admixture heat


admixture heat
1. теплота смешивания

Joule heat — джоулево тепло

joule heat — джоулево тепло

vital heat — теплота дыхания

heat leakage — потеря теплоты

latent heat — скрытая теплота

2. теплота смешения

added heat — подведенное тепло

emited heat — выделенное тепло

mixing heat — теплота смешения

roasting heat — теплота обжига

solar heat — солнечная теплота


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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