For simple cycle gas turbines, the lower heating value is generally used since the latent energy of the water vapor in the exhaust is not recovered.
What does LHV stand for?
LHV stands for Lower Heating Value
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We have 12 other meanings of LHV in our Acronym Attic
- Linotype-Hell Users Group
- Life & Health Underwriters Inc.
- Lake Highlands United Methodist Church (Dallas, TX)
- Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
- La Horde Vocale (French vocal group in Montreal, Canada)
- Lady Health Visitor (health care)
- Landelijke Huisartsen Vereniging (Dutch: Rural Doctors Association; Netherlands; est. 1946)
- Liquid Hexavalent Vaccine
- Lock Haven, Pennsylvania (Airport Code)
- Low Heating Value
- Lower Hudson Valley (New York)
- Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority (Mayfield, PA)
- Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau (Pennsylvania)
- Left Hand Valley Courier (Niwot, CO)
- Lifestyles Holiday Vacation Club (Puerta Plata, Dominican Republic)
- Landover Hills Volunteer Fire Department (Maryland)
- Lower Hudson Valley Paper Model Giftshop (Lower Hudson Valley Challenger Center; Suffern, NY)
- Local Hidden Variable Theory
- Large High Voltage Transmission Line (Minnesota)
- Lady Health Worker (Pakistan program)
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The higher heating value is the gross heat available, while the lower heating value is the net heat value.
The trials were carried out with a certain oil shale of lower heating value that fluctuated in the range of [Q.
3) Lower heating value (LHV) calculation (4) LHV figure calculated with MCHP1.
1) It is common to describe energy values or heat of combustion values as higher heating values (HHV) for moisture-free material and gross heating values (GHV) or lower heating values (LHV) for material containing moisture.
As a rule, lower heating value of the fuel as received is used, re-calculating the value measured experimentally in the calorimetric bomb [1, 2].