what are the TITLES of the equations in REFERENCES (list this for me please)

Jon,
I think that no one understands what it is you are asking here...
Perhaps you could provide a list of equations that you would like general titles for and we could be more helpful?
BTU/hr come up in several formulas to calculate several different things. This could be a Heating/Cooling equation or this could be a Electric / Energy question if you are calculating the heat generated by equipment.
Its difficult to help you without more information.
Mark, Archizam

hi mark,
thanks very much for the reply here. what i would like to do is to publish a list of the "references" or "resources" or whatever with the TITLE or the NAME of the equation. or i would simply like to use this for my own study.
for instance right now it reads something like:
"x^2 + y^2 = z^2". if i want to look up this equation what would i do? i mean there are well over 20 to 30 or almost 40 equations here or something? how would anyone make an attempt to look any of this up and actually review it? it is effectively the primary resource provided. its so bizarre.
presumably if instead we wrote it as:
"Pythagorean Theorem: x^2 + y^2 = z^2" then i could look this equation up by it's NAME.
or say i am reading up on "Total Heat Loss" and i want to reference where it is shown in the provided material. i should just be able to look for Total Heat Loss.
the structural equations are particularly gnarly in this case and it makes it almost impossible to refer from study material to the equations and vice versa.
i have this /partially/ done but i don't want to go through the trouble of finding it and posting it unless i can get some help finishing it. i suppose at some point i could do this "on my own time" but it seems to me as a community if it is not provided in a proper format we should make an effort to do this as a community.
for instance HVAC references lists
"BTU/h = (cfm) x (1.08) x (Delta T)
what is this? how would you look it up? google it? this is ridiculous. we should provide it listed as:
"Heat Loss Through Air Infiltration: "BTU/h = (cfm) x (1.08) x (Delta T)
where BTU = british thermal units etcetera.
i mean i have it all about 1/3rd to 2/3rds finished. i just need some help getting the rest.

Perhaps we could collaborate on this (and post it on the site I work on).
Google drive maybe? my email is mbarkitek@gmail.com
Mark, Archizam
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