Definition of Gas heat
1. Noun. Heating system that burns natural gas.
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Literary usage of Gas heat
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1. Engineering Thermodynamics by Charles Edward Lucke (1912)
"... Therefore Heat of air gas react, per Ib. C _ Lbs. C gasified to make water gas Heat of water gas react, per Ib. C Lbs. C gasified to make air gas ..."
2. Handbook of Mechanical and Electrical Cost Data: Giving Shipping Weights by Halbert Powers Gillette, Richard Turner Dana (1918)
"It Is apparent, then, that an electric heat unit must rost nearly four times as much as a gas heat unit, but with present processes the relative rates are: ..."
3. A Text Book of Engineering Thermodynamics by Charles Edward Lucke, John Joseph Flather (1915)
"... C _ Lbs. C gasified to make water gas Heat of water gas react, per Ib. C Lbs. C gasified to make air gas 1545z-4298/ v ' 4298 ..."
4. Electric Heating by Edgar Andrew Wilcox (1916)
"... Btu per kilowatt hour and costing one cent per kilowatt hour, one cent will buy 56000 Btu of coal heat, Btu of gas heat, and 3412 Btu of electric heat. ..."
5. Technical Thermodynamics by Gustav Zeuner (1906)
"If the combustion takes place without heat supply from, and without heat withdrawal by, the outside, then evidently the gas heat at the end is equal to that ..."
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