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.

heat load

The amount of heat that must be taken away or added into the cabin to maintain its temperature.
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Prequalification are invited for Reconstruction of the boiler house "TMO" with the transfer of heat load during the heating period to the boiler room "Severnaya" in Zhitkovichi "2-turn of the construction, Reconstruction of the boiler house" TMO "with the transfer of heat load during the heating period to the boiler room" Severnaya "in Zhytkovichi.
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 system has been sized to handle over 1750 KW of induction heat load that powers six furnaces.
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 cradle must be designed based on each individual heat load heat generation rate, operation conditions, and shape.
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).
This process is inefficient and a tremendous waste of energy as introducing outside air makes for a much higher heat load and more money spent.
The third heat load category, heating the make-up air, is typically the second-highest heat load.
For example, if a cold store operator metered the amount of energy that landed on his roof in the form of direct sunlight and was absorbed into the fabric of his building, he might be more interested in reducing this heat load by fitting solar photovoltaic panels to shield the building and convert the light to electricity; a double benefit.
A simple simulation of the heat load was performed in the first part of the research.
12[degrees] [6], for a full coverage of the heat load on the heating system when the outdoor temperature [t.
The latent heat load and sensible heat load of fresh air are 436.