Review Course Section Quiz 04

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SQ 4.1     Heat that can be felt several hundred feet from a large fire is most likely __________.
SQ 4.2     A material’s ability to conduct heat (measured in Btu/(hr-ft2-°F)) is __________.
SQ 4.3     When calculating heat transfer through an exterior wall during peak summer conditions, you would use the __________ equation.
SQ 4.4     Calculate the heat transfer for a 45 ft long by 18 ft high exterior wall with a U-value of 0.25 Btu/(hr-ft2-°F). The outdoor air temperature is 30°F and the indoor temperature is 75°F.
SQ 4.5     Calculate the heat transfer for a 45 ft long by 18 ft high exterior wall with a U-value of 0.25 Btu/(hr-ft2-°F). The outdoor air temperature peaks at 95°F in July and the indoor temperature is 72°F. The building is located at 64° North latitude. The wall has a West exposure and is in Wall Group A.