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total heat

[′tōd·əl ′hēt]
(thermodynamics)
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[10] already proposed a new type of fresh air processor using liquid desiccant for total heat recovery from the return air.
Calculation of coefficient of total heat loss of building H
The percent contribution of the condensation heat in relation to the total heat involved in the bottle warming process over time was thus estimated.
Fortum's total heat sales during 2009 were 50.6 TWh, of which Nordic sales totalled 18 TWh.
The association has also set itself a long term goal for 2030, whereby the geothermal sector would contribute some 5% of total electricity production and 3.5% of total heat generation in Europe.
FLUENT for CATIA V5 5.0 has many additional features and enhancements, including more robust flow volume creation, user-defined coloring of inlets and outlets, total heat flux specification for walls, periodic specification icon for periodic boundary conditions, and appropriate error messages when meshing volumes using the Tgrid filler.
Total heat recovery; heat & moisture recovery from ventilation air.
I've said it before, but the amount of heat released by all types of engine is just a fraction of the total heat arriving on earth from the sun.
Patented is an extensible conjugate fiber having a total heat of melting of less than about 80 Joules per gram.
All FOCS units can be supplied by ICS with partial or total Heat Recovery to a maximum hot water temperature of 55[degrees]C and each has been designed to operate up to an ambient air temperature of 46[degrees]C.
1980 forward: Calculated annually by EIA by dividing the total heat content of natural gas consumed by the total quantity of natural gas consumed.

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