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    Unhappy how to calculate the heat load of room or building


    hi engineers,


    i want to kanow the easy way to calcualte quickly the total heat load of room or floor



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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    first let me know u want Load for A/C or Refrigeration. It varies for both processes and surrounding atm.,temp.&from product to product etc.,(ofcourse place/country)
    then i will try to give u some industrial practice tips.
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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    Use Cool Pack software

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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

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    Hope this helps.
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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    hi madam i want to heat calculation for refrigeration. given data for frezzer room 3m, 3m, 3m and -70 celcious

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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    Read post above for answer.
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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    for these types of calculations u have many softwares buit by bitzer,gutner etc., u can get cool pack software online and use it. if u want to do manually, first u have to select the food type u want to keep in the freezer. calculation procedure will be easily avail at any refrigeration books. follow the method.
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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    heat load calculation of domestic building

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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    3 year old post.
    Google request and pay for down loads like the rest of us.

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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    ^ lol. :d
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    Re: how to calculate the heat load of room or building

    Hi,
    Its 60BTU/Sq.ft.this is thumb rule. If no floor is above the room, you can make it 70BTU/sq.ft. this is applicable to small residence area or small office, not applicable to auditoriums,big hall, etc.
    good day,
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