interne warmtelast

French translation: charge thermique interne

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Dutch term or phrase:interne warmtelast
French translation:charge thermique interne
Entered by: Karel Thijs

02:03 Jul 30, 2007
Dutch to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
Dutch term or phrase: interne warmtelast
Deze term komt uit de taakomschrijving van een aannemer. Er staat dat de **interne warmtelast** in het gebouw maximaal 10 W/m2 mag zijn voor personen. Kan iemand mij uitleggen wat interne warmtelast is en hoe je dat in het Frans zegt? Merci!
Karel Thijs
Local time: 07:55
charge thermique interne
Explanation:
Interne warmtelast: Warmte in een gebouw/ruimte die vrijkomt als gevolg van de warmteproductie van personen, verlichting en apparatuur.



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charge thermique interne


Explanation:
Interne warmtelast: Warmte in een gebouw/ruimte die vrijkomt als gevolg van de warmteproductie van personen, verlichting en apparatuur.



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Note added at 20 mins (2007-07-30 02:24:28 GMT)
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http://www.coolworld-rentals.com/index.php?id=65&projecten=3...

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Merci!!

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agree  Joëlle Rouxel - Billiaert
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