This Architectural Drawing is of Installation Details of Cooling Power. The rate at which air will remove heat from a body and may be measured dry or wet. The cooling power of air, as determined by the kata thermometer, is one of the basic environmental standards. Cooling power measured by, Using the energy equation of Q = ? x Cp x ΔT we can calculate the cooling capacity. We add 273.15K to the celcius to convert it to units of Kelvin. The Specific heat capacity (Cp) is measured in units of kJ per kg per Kelvin. This gives us a final answer of Q = 2,500kW of cooling. For more details and information download the drawing file.