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Conduction of Heat in Solids download

Conduction of Heat in Solids download

Conduction of Heat in Solids. H. S. Carslaw, J. C. Jaeger

Conduction of Heat in Solids
ISBN: 0198533683,9780198533689 | 517 pages | 13 Mb

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Conduction of Heat in Solids H. S. Carslaw, J. C. Jaeger
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

When the heat transfer involves solids then we call it conduction. For conduction to work there needs to be physical contact between the two systems in question. It is also an efficient method of conduction in liquids, but occurs hardly at all in gases. Convection and conduction are different because conduction transfers heat energy through direct contact in solids. Conduction is the transfer of heat along a solid object; it is this process that makes the handle of a poker hot, even if only the tip is in the fireplace. Strictly speaking, in fluids the transfer of energy through Brownian motion is called diffusion. This is the primary method of heat transfer in solids and it works best of all in metals (because loosely bound electrons play a role). Their best method is conduction. Heat can be transferred by three processes: conduction, convection, and radiation. Introduction to the mathematical theory of the conduction of heat in solids. All conduction needs molecules so that the energy can be passes along. The concept of air sealing ties in with how insulation works and how heat moves. Thermal energy moves in three different ways: by conduction, convection and radiation. Actually 'conduction' is heat transfer in solids, such as metals. From this conduction, including gravity, convection is formed. Conduction heat transfer is found to be occurring commonly in solids in which the molecular movement is restricted when comparing with a liquid or gas.

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