|Jun15-12, 04:17 PM||#1|
The amount of heat entering the system?
If air at a constant temperature is entering the system at a known flow rate, Can we measure the amount of heat entering the system.
For example, air at 330K is entering a system with a constant flow rate of 30CFM, can I measure heat entering this system. (Let just say we are not considering the heat dissipation or heat leaving from the system for now)
Or do I need more data to find heat entering this system?
|Jun16-12, 04:28 PM||#2|
Is not heat the amount of energy that is transferred from one system to another?
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