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Old Nov 4th 2017, 08:27 PM   #1
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Unhappy Help needed for thermo efficiency

Still working on my physics nearly done, I need help with the calculations of heat transfer in a room of 10x10x5high in metres, with the use of heat pump, and gas furnace. The purpose of the calculation is to determine thermal efficiency ..plus energy required to heat the room from 0 to 25 C, I then compare the amount of energy is required to generate the heat in both products. I need to assume there are no window, just brick walls, and using ideal gas...which I also donít understand...so confused about everything plz help, Iím about to head off to my job so Iím like really time poor.... thanks for reading..oh also I need to calculate the air mass. Or like weight of the air in the room, I know the McAt thing, but I need the mass....pressure is in atm at sea level, temperature is above.
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