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Heat Transfer Kiser

heat transfer Kiser

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An iron ironing your clothes is an example of this type of heat transfer Conduction
Walking across hot sand burns your feet Conduction
Hot air rises Convection
A space heater warms an entire room Convection
Getting a sunburn Radiation
Heat is transferred when nothing is touching the object is an example of this type of heat transfer Radiation
Causes winds on Earth Convection
An x-ray of your body Radiation
Blow dryer drying your hair Convection
Ice cube melting on a sidewalk Conduction
Walking barefoot on a hot surface Conduction
Chocolate candy melting in your hand Conduction
Aluminum, bronze, iron, steel, gold, mercury are all examples of Conductors
Feeling the heat from a light bulb Radiation
Heat from anything else that is warmer than its surroundings Radiation
How the inside of a greenhouse works Convection
Putting your wet shoes on a floor vent to dry them faster Convection
Macaroni rising and falling in a pot of boiling water Convection
Uneven heating of the air in the atmosphere is caused from this type of heat transfer Convection
Created by: schaefh