## Choose your mass stove

Application that aims to help you choose the right mass stove for your home.

**Avertissement** : Les résultats sont donnés à titre indicatif, nous vous conseillons de vous rapprocher d'un artisan poêlier professionnel pour une étude thermique personnalisé afin de vous orienter vers le poêle de masse qui vous conviendra le mieux.

#### Open Data

Name | Per day | Weight | link | |||
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Power | Fire | Wood | Use |

#### Result

See, understand the process, the calculation

According to the 'G' method, we are looking here for the loss of your habitat in the most unfavorable sequence of days (base temperature) of the winter (taking into account your geographical location) in order to deduce your need for heating. The formula is as follows:

D = DT * V * G

- D (W): The thermal losses of the building
- DT (°C): temperature difference 'DT', between the interior of the house and the exterior, when it is cold (subtraction between the desired interior temperature and the temperature 'basic' of your region.
- The 'base' temperature is the temperature of the 5 coldest consecutive days of the year, averaged over the last X years. Here it is meteorological data retrieved by API.
- V (m
^{3}): The volume to be heated (area x height). - G: The insulation coefficient of your house.

In your case it makes us:

D = (? - ?) * ? * ? = ?

According to the Ubat method, we are looking here for the loss of your habitat in the most unfavorable sequence of days (base temperature) in winter (taking into account your geographical location) in order to deduct your heating needs. The formula is as follows:

D = (Ubat * WS + V * Venti) * DT

- D (W): The thermal losses of the building
- Ubat: The insulation coefficient of your house.
- WS (m
^{2}) : Wastage surface - V (m
^{3}): The volume to be heated (area x height). - Venti: The ventilation coefficient of your house (thermal resistance).
- DT (°C): temperature difference 'DT', between the interior of the house and the exterior, when it is cold (subtraction between the desired interior temperature and the temperature 'basic' of your region.
- The 'base' temperature is the temperature of the 5 coldest consecutive days of the year, averaged over the last X years. Here it is meteorological data retrieved by API.

In your case it makes us:

D = (? * ? + ? * ?) * (? - ?) = ?

**Your heating need is kW**