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In Berlin, a $65,000 thermal efficiency grant will help the town implement thermal efficiency measures in Berlin Memorial Hall and the Municipal Public Safety Building, including improvements to the building envelope and the HVAC system.
But, if we use nanofluids as coolants, thermal efficiency of heat sink will increase dramatically resulting in better cooling of the mentioned parts.
He said experimental data showed that combustion, thermal efficiency of existing geysers could be increased up to 40% without any significant increase in the manufacturing cost and 26% saving of natural gas per geyser by the modification, which is the utmost requirement in view of prevailing social economic conditions.
The thermal efficiency of the Dosotherm is typically about 80% better than an equivalent open well furnace with a ladle, and maintenance, metal loss and consumable costs are considerably lower.
Meuret replies that its electric infrared elements yield 40-50% thermal efficiency versus approximately 7% thermal efficiency for gas heating.
There are two basic strategies to achieve this: - Increasing the efficiency of electricity generation plants (a one percent improvement in thermal efficiency can yield two to three percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions).
The fuel savings comes from the thermal efficiency of preheating the air using hot exhaust gases (the regenerative part).
Continuing the trend of excellence, Catawba also achieved the best thermal efficiency in the country for 1993, according to information supplied by the U.