MHI systems adjust to optimize the energy required by drawing only the necessary power. More power equates to a higher energy delivery per unit time. As systems like furnaces have fixed heat loss, the higher power will mean that you deliver heat faster to reach the required temperature. An underpowered system will struggle to get to the temperature.
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DPF and TA Model Flow vs. Power. Useful for Airtorch Selection.
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Important Concepts in Thermodynamics
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|Energy Conversion||kJ mol-1||kcal mol-1||eV||cm-1|
|Universal Constant||Units and Value|
|h (Planck’s constant)||6.626075 *10-34 J s|
|kB (Boltzman’s constant)||1.38065 *10-23 J K-1|
|NA (Avogadro’s number)||6.022136 *1023 mol-1|
|c (speed of light)||2.9979245 *108 m s-1|
|ao (Bohr radius)||5.2917724 *10-11 m|
|e (charge of an electron)||1.6021773 *10-19 Coulomb|