Recently I came across this requirement of calculating heat required to heat air (for AHU), I came across two simplified formulas, as follows.
Please also note the learning from this workout at the bottom!
for delta T, Centigrade vs Fahrenheit are different!
I was thinking, as long as its Delta (Difference between two temperature), °F and °C doesn’t matter! I was WRONG… See following example
Raise temperature of air from 10 °C to 110°C, Temperature difference is 100°C
Where as in Fahrenheit, its 50°F (10°C) to 230°F (110°C) i,e difference is 180°F!
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