Sensible heat is dry heat causing a change in temperature but not in moisture content. It is a heat exchanged by a thermodynamic system that changes the temperature of the system without changing variables such as volume or pressure. As the name implies, sensible heat is the heat that you can feel. Given here is the sensible heat formula to calculate for the sensible heat of an object based on its mass, specific heat capacity and change in temperature.

Where,

Q = Sensible Heat

M = Mass of the Body

C = Specific Heat Capacity

T = Change of the Temperature

When you multiply the mass, specific heat capacity and change in temperature in the above given sensible heat formula you will get the result of energy released in the atmosphere. Also, you can check the above calculator link for ease calculations.