Heat weight

(Mech.) the product of any quantity of heat by the mechanical equivalent of heat divided by the absolute temperature; - called also thermodynamic function, and entropy.

See also: Heat

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Comparison of Gating Method Production for a 5000-lb Ladle Approximate 5000 lb ladle Existing Practice Direct Number of casting molds in heat 58 73 Number of castings in heat 116 146 Shipped weight of single casting 20.05 lb 20.05 lb Total shipped weight of castings 2326 lb 2927 lb Weight of metal in riser and base 28.85 lb 31.10 lb Weight of gate 20.30 lb 0 lb Pour weight of mold 89.25 lb 71.20 lb Ladle heat weight 5037 lb 5022 lb Charge weight (H/0.94[at]6.0% loss) 5358 lb 5343 lb