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Thermal physics  related subjects: Thermo dynamics, Microwave ovens, Thermal Physics
About temperature introduction to the physical concept of temperature, heat and thermodynamics, kinetic theory, thermal radiation, 3 K - the temperature of the universe
Absolute zero
Applied thermodynamics applied thermodynamics is the science of the relationship between heat, work, and systems that analyze energy processes. The energy processes that convert heat energy from available sources such as chemical fuels into mechanical work are the major concern of this science
Black body radiation black body radiation curves
Black body radiation
Black body radiation blackbody radiation or cavity radiation refers to an object or system which absorbs all radiation incident upon it and re-radiates energy which is characteristic of this radiating system only, not dependent upon the type of radiation which is incident upon it
Boiler water a boiler is a closed vessel in which water under pressure is transformed into steam by the application of heat. In the boiler furnace, the chemical energy in the fuel is converted into heat, and it is the function of the boiler to transfer this heat to the contained water in the most efficient manner
Boyle's Law Boyle's Law: the pressure and volume of a constant quantity of gas at constant temperature
Boyle's Law part of Gases
Calorimetry calorimetry
Cooling systems cooling water systems are either nonevaporative or evaporative. Nonevaporative systems include once-through cooling and closed loop systems. Evaporative cooling systems include open recirculating systems in which heat rejection is accomplished in cooling towers, evaporative condensers, spray ponds or cooling lakes
Evaporation evaporation
Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature scales describes the differences in the Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature scales and describes how to convert between each
Frigo en Franšais
Galileo's thermometer Galileo's thermometer, pdf file
Gourmet Engineering Lecture Notes Overview of Heat Transfer, Cooking Methods and Materials, Steady-State Conduction, Transient Conduction, Convection, Radiation, Microwaves, Thermodynamics of Water
Heat Heat Capacity, Heat Transfer, Conduction, Convection, Radiation, 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, Heat flows from hot to cold, Heat cannot be completely converted
Heat Heat and energy matter has energy, partly due to the motion of the constituent particles, and partly due to its chemical structure. Heat is that energy which can be transferred from one sample of matter to another as a result of differences in temperature
Heat and Temperature Feeling and seeing temperature changes, The First Thermometer, Thermal Equilibrium and the Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics, Measuring Heat Flow: a Unit of Heat, Specific Heats and Calorimetry, Latent Heat, Thermal Expansion and the Gas Law, Gas Pressure Increase with Temperature, ...
Heat and temperature atomic theory, temperature is explained in atomic theory as the motion of the atoms
Heat and Thermodynamics
Heat and work Heat as a form of energy, Temperature increase by mechanical means, The mechanical equivalent of heat, Units of heat, Food and energy, The microwave oven, Heat transfer, Modes of heat transfer, Conduction, Convection, Radiation, The vacuum flask
Heat transfer
Heat transfer fundamentals the discipline of heat transfer is concerned with only two things: temperature, and the flow of heat. Temperature represents the amount of thermal energy available, whereas heat flow represents the movement of thermal energy from place to place, pdf file
Heat transfer fundamentals pdf file
Ideal, gas law PV=nRT
Kinetic temperature PV=nRT
Metric system temperature (kelvin and degree Celsius)
Mpemba effect is a special phenomenon where hot water freezes faster than cold water
Mpemba effect hot water may freeze faster than cold water; the Mpemba effect
Mpemba effect
Peltier effect definition of Peltier effect. The Peltier-Seebeck effect, or thermoelectric effect, is the direct conversion of heat differentials to electric voltage and vice versa. Related effects are the Thomson effect and Joule heating. The Peltier, Seebeck, and Thomson effects are reversible
Peltier - Seebeck effect
Properties of heat and matter demonstrations
Refrigeration: fundamentals of refrigeration
Refrigeration phase changes and refrigeration: thermochemistry of heat engines
Refrigeration Cycle refrigeration system removes thermal energy from a low-temperature region and transfers heat to a high-temperature region, pdf file
Refrigeration process a tip
Superheating and microwave ovens water heated in a microwave oven may be superheated and when objects (e.g. a spoon) or granulated materials (e.g. instant coffee) are put into it, the water may boil very vigorously or even appear to explode out of the container, Microwave ovens
Temperature the temperature of an object as that which determines the sensation of warmth or coldness felt from contact with it
Temperature converter convert degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius
Temperature conversions
Temperature scales Fahrenheit temperature scale, Celsius temperature scale also called centigrade temperature scale, Kelvin temperature scale is the base unit of thermodynamic temperature measurement in the International System (SI) of measurement
Temperature, Thermal Expansion, and the Ideal Gas Law
Thermal energy thermal energy, ppt file
Thermal energy pdf file
Thermal energy
Thermal energy & states of matter
Thermal physics Temperature and the Zeroth Law of Themodynamics
Thermal radiation Planck radiation law, thermal radiation
Thermal radiation Any object that is hot gives off light known as Thermal Radiation (or sometimes Blackbody Radiation for arcane physical reasons)
Thermal radiation All objects give off radiation, i.e., electromagnetic waves, because of their temperature; we refer to this as thermal radiation
Thermodynamique en Franšais
Thermoelectricity Seeback effect, Peltier effect, pdf file
Thermoelectric refrigerator
Thermometers how thermometers work
Transferts thermiques en Franšais
Transferts thermiques en Franšais, pdf file
What are Martensites?
What is absolute zero? compares Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin scales to explain a scientific answer
What is 'unfreezable water'?
What color absorbs the sun's energy best? solar energy, pdf file

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