Convenction, Conduction, Radiation

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Convenction, Conduction, Radiation


ConvectionWhat is convection?Convection is when heat transfers from air or water (fluids) when the heated fluid is caused to leave its source of heat, taking the energy with it.

One real life example of convection is boiling water-the heat passes from the the burner to the pot, heating the water at the bottom.Then, this hot water rises and cooler water moves down to replace it, causing a circular

ConductionDo you know what conduction is?Conduction is the procedure in which the heat transfers through collisions between neighboring

Example on ConductionOne real life example of conduction is when you have a cold cast iron skillet and you place it on a stovetop.When the stove is turned on, the skillet becomes very hot due to the conduction of heat from the burner to the

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Radiation"What is radiation?" you may ask.Radiation is the emission or transmissionof energy in the form of waves or particles through space or through a material medium.

Example ofRadiation

Heat moves in three types of matter:Convection, Conduction,Radiation.Heat moves from warmer matter to cooler matter.

Convection currentWhat is a convection current?A convection current is a transfer of heat by the mass movement of heated particles into a area of cooler fluid


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