heat transmission

heat transmission

[′hēt tranz‚mish·ən]
(thermodynamics)

heat transmission

The time rate of heat flow; usually refers to the combined effects of conduction, convection, and radiation.
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Hydrogen fuel cells are increasingly gaining popularity among the leading automotive companies such as BMW and Audi as they offers higher efficiency and low heat transmission. Transportation system across the globe entirely depends on fossil fuels, which leads to increasing emission of carbon dioxide in the environment.
Toplofikatsia "Sofia" starts the implementation of emergency repairs and prophylactics on the heat transmission network in the sections with increased emergency.
Window heat transmission can be measured by using either the guarded hot box or calibrated hot box method.
The construction will include retrofitting the AVEC generators and installing a waste heat transmission line, circulation pumps, heat exchangers, and other system appurtenances.
They are also used for heat transmission and blocking of sound and dust.
In order to achieve conclusive results of the heat transmission features of the mounting bracket, a dynamic inward heat flow (see Figure 12) is applied to the surface on which the machine is supposed to be mounted.
The technology takes advantage of the fundamentals of heat transmission; physics of polymer curing versus pressure, to deliver step-change improvements in thermal insulation; and productivity.
Among the topics are the influence of forest gaps and litter on the growth of Castanopsis fargesii and Castanopsis carlesii in the Pinus massoniana pure forest of the Three Gorges Reservoir area, investigating and developing eco-tourism resources after ecological restoration in Beijing's Mentougou District, the microstructure and thermal shock behavior of alumina composite ceramic for a heat transmission pipeline, recovering iron from cyanide residues by carbothermic reduction-magnetic separation, and synthesizing a silicalite-1 membrane with high-thermal stability on silica tubes by in situ hydrothermal synthesis.
* The refrigerant and heat transmission pipe are taken to be a one- dimensional distributed-parameter system.
To estimate coefficient of heat transmission let us use criterial equations [10].