specific heat capacity of air

The heat capacity of air refers to the amount of energy required to change the temperature of a given volume of air.

Used to calculate:fossil fuels consumed and biomass fuels consumed

Varies by: global

Used global Reference Location: Ecosystem
(study period)
Value Units Notes
* Global entity The Engineering ToolBox 2013 Air Properties Global: All () 1.005 kJ / kg degK at 20 deg C and standard atmospheric pressure

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