heated space

heated space

The space within a building with a positive heat supply.
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City Of Eugene, 1820 Roosevelt Blvd; Tenant In-Fill Of An Existing Heated Space At City Of Eugene Maintenance; $49,995.
In the future the air volume within the box is referred to as the heated space (HS).
The occupants can maintain the same comfort level with a lower air temperature in a radiantly heated space, and the same comfort level with a higher air temperature in a radiantly cooled space in comparison to convective heating and cooling systems.
A tipping bucket measurement system was utilised to determine the volume of condensate formed this was located within the curb, a heated space beneath the RTU.
These sources can be bathroom and kitchen fans, or a dryer vent, discharging into the attic; an uninsulated and unweatherstripped access panel or stairway to the attic; moisture from the heated space convecting into the attic through cracks in room finishes, around ceiling fixtures and fans, etc.
Also included within their suite of shaped infrared lamp products is the “U” shaped lamps, which are primarily designed to be used with vacuum chamber applications, where components such as ceramic end caps, connections and metal wires must remain outside the heated space.
Median estimated damages were about 11Cents per thousand cubic feet of heated space.
In those first few moments on the Moon, during the climax of a heated space race with the then-Soviet Union, Armstrong stopped in what he called "a tender moment" and left a patch to commemorate Nasa astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts who had died in action.
D] [W/K]--direct specific heat losses through the building envelope from the heated space into the exterior,
Insulation must be installed with the vapor barrier towards the heated space.