# Heat Transfer (1).pptx

10 de May de 2023
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### Heat Transfer (1).pptx

• 1. The Transfer of Heat  Professor supervision: Student preparation: Jasem Mohammed Mustafa Wahib
• 2. The Goal  Knowledge of heat transfer by conduction  Knowledge of heat transfer by pregnancy  Knowledge of heat transfer by radiation
• 3. Heat  Heat ALWAYS moves from a warmer object to a cooler one. This movement is called heat transfer.  As heat moves into an object, it becomes warmer. As heat moves out of an object, it becomes cooler.
• 4. Heat Transfer  When a freshly made cup of coffee is sitting on a counter, it will lose heat because the air around it is cooler than the coffee.  When an ice cube is sitting on a table, the warmth in the air will transfer into the ice cube, melting it.
• 5. Heat Transfer  There are 3 ways that heat can transfer to other objects. These methods of transfer are called conduction, radiation, and convection.
• 6. Conduction  Conduction is the transfer of heat between things that are touching.  When two things that are touching have different temperatures, heat will move from the warmer object to the cooler one. Examples: • Hands are warmed when holding a hot mug of cocoa • A hot stove burner warms a pot sitting on it.
• 7. Conductors  Conductors are objects that allow heat to move through them easily.  Metals are good conductors because they allow heat to move through them easily. Examples of metals include iron, silver, copper, aluminum, and stainless steel.  For example, if you were at a campfire and you put a stick in the fire, your hand would not burn. Wood is not a good conductor. If you left a metal spoon in a hot pot on the stove and held the spoon, your hand would burn.
• 8. Convection  Convection is the transfer of thermal energy through liquids or gases.  Warmer air and water rises and cooler air and water sinks. This creates a convection current. Click the picture below for a convection demonstration.
• 9. Radiation  Radiation is the transfer of energy through electromagnetic waves.  Radiation from the sun heats objects on Earth. Heat travels from fire to objects through radiation as well.