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Furthermore, an understanding of the effects that varying wall superheat values have on the ratio of sensible to evaporative heat transfer is critical to optimizing the falling film heat exchanger.
3 : capable of feeling or perceiving <The patient was sensible to pain.
Although it is obviously sensible to avoid meeting such people in public, Jesus seemed to enjoy their company--even going out of his way to meet them.
The advice says, ``It is sensible to be prepared for any emergency in the home and to make plans for any major dis-ruption, including severe weather and floods.
It is always sensible to have a battery-powered or wind-up radio in the house to prepare for a range of emergencies, including power cuts and floods.
It's sensible to have a few bottles of water and some food around just in case supplies are cut off,'' she said.
102) The passage from the sensible to the intelligible order is achieved by what Bruno calls "a proportional consideration of ideal shadows," (103) which clearly recalls that part of Nicholas of Cusa's doctrine which asserts that "No composition is intelligible without number.
If you're in the middle of a snow storm and someone offers you some wood to build a house, you'd be quite sensible to accept.