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specific heat capacity

the heat required to raise unit mass of a substance by unit temperature interval under specified conditions, such as constant pressure: usually measured in joules per kelvin per kilogram.
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The energy required to raise a pound of any polymer 1[degrees] is called the specific heat of that polymer and is stated as BTU per pound-degree F (BTU/ lb-[degrees]F).
Interestingly, to raise equal volumes of the polymers shown in Table 2 to a specific temperature, simply multiply the specific gravity by the specific heat to get their power requirement (see Table 1).
i] is the specific heat of the puller's material for Tref=1/2(Ti1+Ti2),
c is the specific heat of the work piece material for Tref=1/2(To1+To2),
p] is specific heat at constant pressure, kJ/kg K; [C.
For example, AHRI Standard 550/590 (AHRI, 2011) provides equations to be used for computing the density and specific heat of water as functions of temperature.
Equations (1) and (2) are applicable to PCMs that show different widths of melting region and different specific heats in the solid and liquid phases.
Thus, Clausius had no difficulty in handling the known facts about specific heats.
If a typical melt temperature for the process and the specific heat of the polymer are known, getting to your first output estimate can be fairly simple.
Using calculated values from statistical model, with one correct approximation can calculate the specific heat of the slag from shaft-furnace in industrial complex Trepca.
Based on these experimental results, an equation to extrapolate and/or calculate the specific heat capacity, [C.