heat load

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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heat load

The amount of heat that must be taken away or added into the cabin to maintain its temperature.
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Japan is hot and humid during summer, and offices located in urban areas tend to be more densely occupierd and have highter heat load than in North American and European countries.
This equipment generates a very large heat load that can disrupt operations if not properly handled.
Systems exist that work to recover heat to an external heat sink, but there is the challenge of matching the heat load of the slave system to that recovered from the thermal fluid heater.
Dairy cows suffer a lot this problem, which occurs when a cow's heat load is much greater than her capacity to lose it.
To save energy, this paper proposes a server room configuration where ICT equipment is zoned according to the heat load density (high, medium, or low), and a cooling system is employed that utilizes the energy of outside air.
at high rotation speed are affected by the vapor flow pattern, and the dynamics and thermodynamics law of vapor flow of a rotating heat pipe at high rotation speed or at high heat load is also needed to be further clarified.
Despite the benefits, though, drylots are located mostly in arid areas, where heat load can compromise the profitability and the welfare of cows, especially during summer months.
The company says this makes them ideal for use across a broad range of applications, including delivering temporary heating and hot water systems, underfloor heating, process heating and cooling, heat load testing and commissioning for chiller plants.
The system has been sized to handle over 1750 KW of induction heat load that powers six furnaces.
One thermosyphon is schematically represented in Figure 1, which is composed of three regions: the evaporator section (where the heat load is supplied), the adiabatic section, and the condenser section (where the heat is removed).
The calculation shows that in this case cannot be ignored influence of heat load on the machine.