## Abstract

To determine the quantity of potential heat W that has flowed past a certain point in a certain time, the velocity of the combustible Q, the temperature T, and the specific gravity YDTU are measured, and these values are transmitted to a computer which automatically calculates the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ in which delta T is the difference between the combustible temperature T and a reference temperature, and in which the relation f(YDTU, delta T) represents the heat of combustion as a function of the quantities YDTU and delta T and possibly other properties of the combustible. Alternatively the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ may be measured; here the quantities have the same meaning as above.

## Citation Formats

Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, and Bijl, A.
Method and means for determining heat quantities.
Venezuela: N. p.,
1965.
Web.

Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, & Bijl, A.
Method and means for determining heat quantities.
Venezuela.

Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, and Bijl, A.
1965.
"Method and means for determining heat quantities."
Venezuela.

@misc{etde_6176518,

title = {Method and means for determining heat quantities}

author = {Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, and Bijl, A}

abstractNote = {To determine the quantity of potential heat W that has flowed past a certain point in a certain time, the velocity of the combustible Q, the temperature T, and the specific gravity YDTU are measured, and these values are transmitted to a computer which automatically calculates the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ in which delta T is the difference between the combustible temperature T and a reference temperature, and in which the relation f(YDTU, delta T) represents the heat of combustion as a function of the quantities YDTU and delta T and possibly other properties of the combustible. Alternatively the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ may be measured; here the quantities have the same meaning as above.}

place = {Venezuela}

year = {1965}

month = {Aug}

}

title = {Method and means for determining heat quantities}

author = {Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, and Bijl, A}

abstractNote = {To determine the quantity of potential heat W that has flowed past a certain point in a certain time, the velocity of the combustible Q, the temperature T, and the specific gravity YDTU are measured, and these values are transmitted to a computer which automatically calculates the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ in which delta T is the difference between the combustible temperature T and a reference temperature, and in which the relation f(YDTU, delta T) represents the heat of combustion as a function of the quantities YDTU and delta T and possibly other properties of the combustible. Alternatively the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ may be measured; here the quantities have the same meaning as above.}

place = {Venezuela}

year = {1965}

month = {Aug}

}