Landsat MSS imagery to estimate residential heat-load density

@inproceedings{Curran1987LandsatMI,
  title={Landsat MSS imagery to estimate residential heat-load density},
  author={Paul J. Curran and Thomas Hobson},
  year={1987}
}
Combined heat and power (CHP) schemes have the potential for reducing residential heating costs. As these schemes use waste heat from electricity generation, the power station associated with them must, for reasons of efficiency, be near to a region where the heat usage per unit area (heat-load density) is high. To plan CHP schemes, the heat-load density of urban areas needs to be mapped and monitored. To calculate heat-load density for residential areas workers have conventionally multiplied… CONTINUE READING