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heat energy

[′hēt ‚en·ər·jē]
(thermodynamics)
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the object of the public contract is to ensure the operation and supply of heat energy from 5 main boiler rooms (2x i.
amp;nbsp;That is roughly the amount of heat energy in 500,000 lightning bolts per second, according to climate change blog Science Skeptic.
Many systems are on the market for recovering heat from wastewater, the specific heat energy extraction rate is a few kW/m3 of wastewater.
The second option is the allocation of funds from the national budget, plus the increase in rates for heat energy within the inflation corridor.
21 January 2014 -- New York-based brokerage BGC Partners Inc (NASDAQ: BGCP) said it has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of over-the-counter energy brokerage company Heat Energy Group.
These are materials that absorb or free a great quantity of heat on the phase of the material changing (from solid to liquid or liquid to gas and vice versa), and enable the storage of latent heat energy in the cement material.
Practically almost all the electric energy consumed in Estonia and noticeable part of heat energy are produced by electric and cogeneration power stations belonging to the uniform energy system and transported to the consumers by the district-heating and electric networks.
CER), a waste heat energy recovery systems company, will attend the Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid 2009 Conference sponsored by the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy May 4-6 in Sun City, South Africa.
Is there a significant difference between the amount of heat energy absorbed by white paper versus that absorbed by black paper?
Ouellette has patented improved systems, methods, apparatus and compositions for generating, extracting and distributing the renewable heat energy produced by microbial decomposition of organic biomass within a contained and controlled environment.
It is important that the thermal load profile closely follow the electric load profile so as to make maximum use of the waste heat energy from the cogenerator.
For instance, Sussman explains mow heat energy from the sun is converted into the moving energy of the wind, how it evaporates water to power the water cycle, and how it's trapped on Earth by the greenhouse effect.