Heating load

heating load

[′hēd·iŋ ‚lōd]
(civil engineering)
The quantity of heat per unit time that must be provided to maintain the temperature in a building at a given level.

Heating load

Rate at which heat must be added to a space to maintain a desired temperature.

heat load, heating load

The total heat per unit time that must be supplied in order to maintain a specified temperature in any space, building, or group of buildings.
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On the first day a heating load of 15 kW (51 kBtu/h) was supplied from 8:00 to 17:30 hours, and a load of about 12 kW (41 kBtu/h) was supplied from 17:30 to 22:00 for the heating load of the WHP.
Hence, the following problem arises - the determination of the required heating load of the building (regardless of the specific type of indoor heating system used), comparisons on this basis of various possible options for the supply of heat to the building and the choice of the most economical of them.
All efforts are being made to increase the heating load," the statement said.
In general, heating load in typical residential building is approximately eight times higher than cooling load.
This is of high actuality for the climatic conditions in Odessa, when necessary is to completely cover the heating load, particularly at ambient temperature below [t.sub.0] = -18[degrees]C.
The model first determines the capacity of the heat pump to meet the domestic water heating load; if it can be met with the heat pump, excess capacity can be used for heating the house.
Based on the road network, the new area is divided into 29 heating districts (Figure 3), and the heating load of each district (Figure 4) is supplied by their small gas-fired boiler.
The lowest outdoor temperatures reached during the heating season are used for the calculation of heating load of conventional building.
Summary: MENA Geothermal has completed the largest geothermal heating and cooling system at the American University of Madaba (AUM) in Jordan, with a total cooling load of 1680 kW and a heating load of 1350 kW, enough energy to power both faculties on campus
The recovered heat is then available for the absorption chiller and/or the heating load. The available heat is then evaluated over the range of possible allocations between full cooling and full heating.
Tim Merrigan, senior program manager for solar heating and cooling at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, says a solar thermal system can carry up to 40 percent of the annual heating load for some homeowners.
Within these meshes, a dynamic hydraulic adaption towards homogenous mass flow allocation is achieved by positioning the valve ranges in each storey according to the current heating load via installed valve drivers.