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Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation

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Transcript of Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation

Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation
Heat Transfer Types:
* Conduction
* Convection
*Radiation
Why??
1. Why do you think the popsicle melts?
2. Can you see the transfer of heating?
3. Is there any others examples of heat transfer you can think of in life?
Describe how heat is transferred through conduction, convection and radiation.

Objective
When you hold a
popsicle, you are
transferring heat
from your body
to the popsicle.
Real- Life: "I BET YOU DIDNT KNOW??"
The transfer of heat (Thermal energy) from one object to the next through direct contact.

Heat travels through the objects starting from where the heat touches.

Examples: popsicle melting in your hand and pot on the stove,
Conduction
Your Life
How does conduction
help you in real life?
The transfer of heat through the
movement of
a liquid or a gas.
The particles in a liquid or a gas becomes more dense as you heat it.
Convection
Your Life
What are some
more examples of
convection in
real life?
The transfer of heat through empty space in electromagnetic (EM) waves.
No direct contact

Examples: heating lamp, microwave, The Sun
Radiation
Your Life
What are some
examples of
radiation in
your life?
Closing Question??
How do you think life would be different if heat did not transfer as easy?
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