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Heat Low


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Heat Low

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thermal low (heat low)

low heat value

low heat value

HRTEM observation of BN films segregated on stainless steel SUS304 by low temperature heat treatment

Expression profiles of low molecular mass heat shock proteins by Mycobacterium avium and Mycobacterium intracellulare

Heat capacity of low-density neutron matter: from quantum to classical regimes

Comparison of combined heat and power systems using an organic Rankine cycle and a low-temperature heat source

Techno-economic comparison of a high-temperature heat pump and an organic Rankine cycle machine for low-grade waste heat recovery in UK industry

Experimental investigation and improvement in heat transfer of paraffin PCM RT58 storage system to take advantage of low peak tariff rates for heat pump applications

Low-molecular-weight heat shock proteins in a desert fish (Poeciliopsis lucida): homologs of human Hsp27 and Xenopus Hsp30.

An improved heat pulse method to measure low and reverse rates of sap flow in woody plants†

Limitations of a compensation heat pulse velocity system at low sap flow: implications for measurements at night and in shaded trees

Thermal budget of the Transylvanian lithosphere. Reasons for a low surface heat-flux anomaly in a Neogene intra-Carpathian basin

A novel low-carbon space conditioning system incorporating phase-change materials and earth–air heat exchangers

Ammonia–water absorption cycle: a prospective way to transport low-grade heat energy over long distance

A New High Sensitivity Thermoluminescent Phosphor with Low Residual Signal and Good Stability to Heat Treatment: LiF:Mg,Cu,Na,Si

 

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A heat low, also called a thermal low, is an area of low pressure at the Earth's surface that is largely attributable to temperature conditions within the air mass. Heat ...

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