Definition of U–value
: a measure of the heat transmission through a building part (such as a wall or window) or a given thickness of a material (such as insulation) with lower numbers indicating better insulating properties — compare r-value
Origin and Etymology of u–value
First Known Use: 1949See Words from the same year
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