Why we need to calculate the Heat Loss

It is important to calculate the heat loss of particular area to make the selection of a radiator or insulator.
 
KÖNIGS WUSTERHAUSEN, Germany - Sept. 2, 2013 - PRLog -- This calculation is required to stop the heat transfers from the home and this can be possible only through easy-to-use software. Now, ISOWTC is the best heat protection software which is perfect for technical calculation. This calculator perform complex task efficiently which contains two modes one is user mode for standard tasks and another is expert mode for detailed task. It was based on the VDI 2055 and with the reference values from VDI 2055 and DIN are carried out 4140th.

Need to calculate the heat loss:

For selecting the heat emitters or radiators

Reduced energy consumption

To minimize the radiation loss

For better efficiency of using electricity

For optimum energy-efficiency

To find out the requirement of insulation

Selection of shade to protect transferring of heat

Blocks UV lights

Determining insulation levels

Lower energy bills

Maintain consistent temperature

CO2 emission savings

Thermal designs efficiently

Reduces greenhouse gas emissions

Eliminates condensation

Saves non-renewable resources

Reduced Ground Source installation costs

To achieve zero energy

The calculation of heat loss is making to find out the total cost of energy and minimize that cost. It is not very easy to calculate practically the energy use by the thermostat setting and equipment use because it changes with weather. This can be done by air infiltration and building envelope, or conduction + infiltration.   Heat loss through the envelope is calculated with the help of formula
Q=U*A*ΔT,
where A= area of size,
and U= value of materials.
In another method of heat loss through an assembly, it is required to calculate the R-values of various materials.

Uassembly = U1*%area1+U2*%area2+...

R value of the assembly is the inverse of its U-value.
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