Energy Levels. Electrons. Nucleus . Sodium at room temperature . Who discovered Sodium and when?. Humphry Davy is credited with being the first to discover sodium as he was the first person to isolate the metal from caustic soda in 1807. What is sodium used for?.By bien
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Heat Transfer : Transient Heat Transfer. Objectives. Section 6 – Thermal Analysis Module 5: Transient Heat Transfer Page 2. U nderstand the basics of transient heat transfer. Examine lumped mass systems. C ompare linear unsteady heat transfer with nonlinear unsteady heat transfer.
Heat Transfer : Radiation Heat Transfer. Objectives. Section 6 – Thermal Analysis Module 6: Radiation Heat Transfer Page 2. Understand the basics of radiation heat transfer. Examine surface properties linked to radiation heat exchange. Study radiation exchange between two bodies.
Heat Transfer : Convection Heat Transfer. Objectives. Section 6 – Thermal Analysis Module 3: Convection Heat Transfer Page 2. U nderstand the basics of convection heat transfer. C ompare natural convection with forced convection. L earn how to model density variation.
Heat Transfer : Steady State Heat Transfer. Objectives. Section 6 – Thermal Analysis Module 4: Steady State Heat Transfer Page 2. U nderstand steady state heat transfer. Explore linear steady state analysis. Explore nonlinear steady state analysis. S tudy an example:
Heat Transfer. Heat Transfer. Heat always moves from a warmer place to a cooler place. Hot objects in a cooler room will cool to room temperature. Cold objects in a warmer room will heat up to room temperature. Question.
T 1. T 2. Q. Heat Transfer. In the previous sections, we learned that heat can flow from one object to another (e.g., from the warmer to the cooler object) In this section, we investigate the details of how this heat is transferred
Heat Transfer. Heat transfer. Everything is made of molecules. When molecules gain energy they move faster and create more heat. (The faster the molecules move the hotter they are). Evaporation. Melting. Freezing. Condensation. Solid. liquid. Gas.
Heat Transfer. Conduction, Convection, and Radiation. Review: Temperature. Temperature is: A measure of the average kinetic energy of the molecules of a substance Thermal Energy is: