Definitions for "SENSIBLE HEAT"
The heat that can be felt and measured by a thermometer.
That heat which effects a change in a body that is detectable by the senses; i.e. it causes the temperature of the body to change. Measured by the product of the specific heat capacity, the mass of the body and the change of temperature.
That heat which, when added to or taken away from a substance, causes a rise or fall in temperature.