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April 9th, 2014, 08:19 AM   #1
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Mathematical symbol for daily heat !

Hi everybody,
We know that Q (in Q=m Cp ∆T) is total heat delivered or removed by a system,
I am just wondering if I want to refer to the total amount of heat delivered in the course of a day, what notations would I use?
I was thinking that ∆ in mathematics refers to change over a period of time. Would I then be correct to say ‘∆Q,day’ to refer to all the heat delivered in a day?

Thanks a lot,
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