What is the use of Calorimeter ?
Temperature is a measure of the temperature or coldness of an object. It is a measure of the average molecular kinetic energy of a system.
Heat is the energy transferred from the boundaries of a certain temperature system to a lower temperature system due to the temperature difference. Heat is a form of energy transfer just like work. The heat can be determined at the boundaries of the system and in transition. Both are curve functions. In other words, heat and work are energies in transition. Heat is a type of energy that provides the temperature transmitted by a hot substance to a cold substance.
Calorimeter is the device where this transferred energy is measured. The place of use is usually the determination of the consumption values of the heat transfer devices in a way to pay the basis.
These are the devices used to measure the amount of heat consumed in heating and cooling systems. It is used in systems with central heating system and plumbing system.
Calorimeter calculates the difference between the external and internal (on the body in compact meters) temperature sensors by measuring the flow temperature and return temperature. At the same time, it finds the energy consumed by measuring the flow rate instantly.