Experiment to demonstrate heat transport by thermal conduction

Heat transfer by thermal conduction

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Heat transfer by thermal conduction means that heat is conducted through a material. Heat energy is transferred from molecule to molecule at the atomic level. More information on this...
Design of a Laser-Flash-Analyzer (LFA) for the determination of thermal diffusivity conductivity

Laser-Flash method for determining thermal conductivity (LFA)

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With the Laser-Flash method (Laser Flash Analyser, LFA), the thermal conductivity is determined by the temperature rise in a test sample that is heated by a short laser pulse...
Temperature curve along a heated thin rod

Heat equation (diffusion equation)

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The heat equation describes the temporal and spatial behavior of temperature for heat transport by thermal conduction. Read more about it in this article.
Sun as a blackbody with a surface temperature of 5778 K

Heat transfer by thermal radiation

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With thermal radiation, heat is transferred by electromagnetic waves without the presence of a substance! You can read more about this mechanism in this article.
Thermal conduction through a house wall

Thermal conductivity (Fourier’s law)

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Thermal conductivity is a measure of how well or poorly a material conducts heat energy (measure of the strength of heat conduction)! You can read more about this in...
Design of a measuring device for the determination of thermal conductivity according to the Guarded-Hot-Plate Method (GHP)

Guarded-Hot-Plate method for determining thermal conductivity (GHP)

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With the Guarded-Hot-Plate method (GHP) the thermal conductivity is determined by the electrical power output of a hot plate with guided heat conduction. Learn more about this measurement method...
Heat transfer using the example of a central heating system

Heat transfer by thermal convection

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With heat transfer by thermal convection, heat is transported with a flowing substance. Convection only occurs in fluids, i.e. gases and liquids. You will find more information in this...
Principle of thermal conduction in solids by oscillation of the atoms

Thermal conduction in solids and ideal gases

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The thermal conductivity in crystalline, non-metallic solids first increases and then decreases again with increasing temperature. Learn more about this behavior in this article.
Determination of thermal conductivity with the Transient Hot Wire method (HTW)

Transient-Hot-Wire method method for determining thermal conductivity (THW)

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With the Transient-Hot-Wire method (THW), the thermal conductivity is determined by the change in temperature over time at a certain distance from a heating wire. Learn more about the...
Heat flow from a hot object to a cooler one

Rate of heat flow: Definition and direction

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The rate of heat flow refers to the heat energy transferred per unit of time ("heat output"). The drive for the heat flow is a temperature difference. Learn more...
Experimental setup for the measurement of thermal conductivity

Experimental setup for determining thermal conductivity

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In this article you can learn more about the experimental determination of the thermal conductivity of materials using steam and ice. This...
Mixing temperature when pouring cold milk into a cup of hot coffee

Heat and thermodynamic equilibrium

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In thermodynamics, heat is the transport of energy due to a temperature difference. Heat in this respect is never "contained" in an object! Learn more about the thermodynamic concept...