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Delivered energy

  • 1 delivered energy

    1. поставленная энергия


    поставленная энергия
    подведенная энергия

    Энергия от энергетических источников, подводимая к установкам инженерного оборудования в здании по границам установок с тем, чтобы компенсировать расчетное потребление энергии (например, для отопления, кондиционирования, вентиляции, горячего водоснабжения, освещения, электроснабжения бытовых приборов).
    1. При активных солнечных и ветряных энергетических системах солнечное излучение, падающее на солнечные коллекторы, или кинетическая энергия ветра не входят в энергетический баланс здания.
    2. Количество подведенной энергии может определяться расчетным путем для определенных энергетических нужд либо измеряться.
    [ ГОСТ Р 54860-2038]




    Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии > delivered energy

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