heat dump

heat dump

[′hēt ‚dəmp]
(aerospace engineering)
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Both options based on the full design and installation of the works, including all modifications to heating services, exhaust systems, heat dump systems, gas pipework, electrical services and control systems etc.
Since the water inside the tank can reach 212[degrees]F with maximum daily sunlight, it is always necessary to install a tempering or mixing valve, or some other type of heat dump, such as running the lines a distance underground, to cool down the water before it reaches household plumbing.
A heat dump radiator was installed to permit electrical peak lopping, even when limited thermal demand was available.
The combination of these two systems provides my family with all of our domestic hot water, and I am in the process of plumbing a baseboard heater in our guest room as a heat dump for the extra hot water the system makes in the cold weather.
Schemes below 2 MWe can be subdivided into those that have heat dumps and those that do not.
CHP Schemes less than 2MWe with heat dumps require various combinations of gas, electricity and heat metering.
The BACnet system controls the 8 off storage calorifi ers and associated electrical backup, the system variable speed pumps, calorifier control valves with automatic control of the calorifier temperature and also utilises heat dumps within the buildings' swimming pools and also air/water heat exchangers.
It's hard not to feel despondent watching gas being consumed for the sake of visual pleasure, and we had to keep out tongues in check as we watched heat dumps busily wasting fuel.
It features a range of over 300 Super Speedfit and Superseal Push in Fittings for Imperial and metric metal or plastics tubes as well as 15mm size products that are especially suitable for recirculating lines and heat dumps.