heat quantity

heat quantity

[′hēt ¦kwän·əd·ē]
(thermodynamics)
A measured amount of heat; units are the small calorie, normal calorie, mean calorie, and large calorie.

heat quantity

A measured amount of heat, usually expressed in British thermal units (Btu) or in kilocalories.
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270 physical data points, - integration of tk002 cooling machine via data interface, - integration of heat quantity counter via m-bus, - integration of energy meters, - integration of district heating station, - integration of fault messages.
Heat flows outside this crank angle range have not been considered in this heat quantity analysis.
Heat quantity which give in secondary circulit water be calculated according to the following:
The main reason is that, with the increase of porosity, the effective specific heat and the effective density decrease and the initial total heat quantity reduces, which make the temperature of calcined petroleum coke decrease at the heat exchanger outlet.
However, the peak heat quantity dependence of the interval between probes is nonlinear.
Figures 6 and 7, respectively, depict the samples PHRR versus P-glass composition and concentration curves and the total heat quantity released by PA6,6/15% P-glass hybrids as a function of P-glass type.
The melting temperature, degree of crystallinity, and heat quantity per unit weight of the compounds were measured.
The influence of the cutting mode on heat quantity transferred from the cutting zone to the detail, circle and chip respectively is shown in Figs 1 and 2.
The roasters of the Neuhaus Neotec RFB series are ideally suited for this type of roasting control as the small amount of stored heat capacity allows a very quick adaptation of the heat quantity.
Corresponding Relation Between Scales and Minimum Velocity Geometry scale 1:10 1:15 1:20 1:25 Heat quantity 1:316 1:871 1:1789 1:3125 scale Velocity scale 1:3.