Heat loss


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heat loss

[′hēt ‚lȯs]
(physics)
Energy or power transmitted out of a system in the form of heat. Also known as heat dissipation.

Heat loss

Migration of heat from a space: by conduction, radiation, or exchange of air.

heat loss

1. The net decrease in heat within a space.
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Place foil behind radiators on exterior walls to reflect the heat back in to the room and minimise heat loss to the outside.
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