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Conduction of Heat in Solids ebook 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

All solids (metals and non-metals) are made up of tiny particles called atoms, or groups of atoms called molecules. Heat obtained by heat conduction, depends on properties of the material through which heat transfer. Such bad conductors of heat are called insulators. Conduction is most effective in solids-but it can happen in fluids. Transfer of heat in solids is by conduction. Liquids: Most of the liquids transfer heat very well. Conduction is the one of three types of heat transfer in which thermal energy transfers from one point to another through the interaction between the atoms or molecules of the matter. However, there is one important difference between metals and non-metals: metals contain Now, here comes the question: if molecular vibration is common to both metals and non-metals, shouldn't we expect both of them to exhibit similar heat conductivity? Well, in fact there are two mechanisms of heat conduction. Conduction is a process of heat transfer in solids. For example, a spoon in a cup of hot soup becomes warmer because the heat from the soup is conducted along the spoon. Like for solids mode of transfer of heat is conduction. Transfer of heat within a fluid is by convection. Simply put, when the heat is committed in one area next to the solid by molecular collisions. In this process, heat is transferred from particles to particles of the solid, without the actual movement of the particles. 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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