Temperature-efficiency ratio

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temperature-efficiency ratio

(Abbreviated T-E ratio.) For a given location and month, a measure of thermal efficiency equal to the departure of the normal monthly temperature above 32°F divided by 4:
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where T is the normal monthly temperature in degrees Fahrenheit, except that all values below 32° are counted as 32°. No dimensions are assigned to this ratio.