coefficient of heat transmission

coefficient of thermal transmission

The amount of heat transferred through a unit area of a partition per hour, per degree temperature difference between the air on the two sides; e.g., the number of Btu per square foot per hour per degree Fahrenheit.
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To estimate coefficient of heat transmission let us use criterial equations [10].
where: [lambda] (coefficient of heat transmission), [rho] (specific mass in kg / m), c (specific heat in J / kg degree C) and a (temperature index) are quantities that depend on the material which were made pad and bandage (STAS'99, 1999), (STAS 112/1-80, 1980);
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