calorific value

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calorific value

n.
The calories or thermal units contained in one unit of a substance and released when the substance is burned.

calorific value

n
(Units) the quantity of heat produced by the complete combustion of a given mass of a fuel, usually expressed in joules per kilogram

calorific value

The energy value of a food or fuel, given by the heat evolved when a unit amount (1 gram or 1 kg) is completely burnt in oxygen.
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to activity data, net calorific values, emission factors, oxidation factors and conversion factors.
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