The heat loss from an open water tank with
can be estimated with values from the table above as:
Q ( evaporation fluid + radiation fluid) = (1040 Btu/(ft 2 hr)) (10 ft 2 )
= 10400 Btu/hr
Q transmission through walls = (180 Btu/(ft 2 hr)) (50 ft 2 )
= 9000 Btu/hr
Q = Q ( evaporation fluid + radiation fluid) + Q transmission through walls
= (10400 Btu/hr) + (9000 Btu/hr)
= 19400 Btu/hr
Heat loss are for open tanks in 60 o F still ambient air.
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