heat transmission coefficient

heat transmission coefficient

Any one of several coefficients used in the calculation of heat transmission by conduction, convection, and radiation, through various materials and structures. Also see thermal conductance, thermal conductivity, thermal resistance, thermal resistivity, thermal transmittance.
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Under the Lithuanian climatic conditions, the air heating system will operate efficiently if heat transmission coefficient does not exceed 0.
A Combination Of A Glass-Pane With A Coated Platic Sheet At A Distance Of 20 Mm Has A Heat Transmission Coefficient Of 2 W/M2 Degree K (SINGLE Glass Windows Have 5-6 W/M2 Degree K).
Envelope heat transmission coefficient of each alternative Heat transmission coefficients, W/([m.
The values of heat transmission coefficients of the envelopes of each alternative are presented in Table 1.
5] are weighting coefficients for the estimation of the overall heat transmission coefficient of the heater, [K.
1]] is the overall heat transmission coefficient of the pipeline, [M.
The heat transmission coefficient is a known property of particular materials.
Based on the input calculations, for each structural part of the building the heat transmission coefficients are calculated.
j[omega][tau]]] operator, and the heat transmission coefficients of the generic slab of a multilayered wall can be evaluated (Carslaw and Jaeger 1960):