sensible-heat flow

sensible-heat flow

[′sen·sə·bəl ¦hēt ′flō]
(meteorology)
In the atmosphere, the poleward transport of sensible heat (enthalpy) across a given latitude belt by fluid flow.
(thermodynamics)
The heat given up or absorbed by a body upon being cooled or heated, as the result of the body's ability to hold heat; excludes latent heats of fusion and vaporization.