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Heat Detectors

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... Detector S260 Photoelectric Smoke Detector S270 Intrinsically Safe Photoelectric Smoke Detector Heat Detectors T300 Fixed Temperature Rate Compensated Heat Detector T302IS Intrinsically Safe Rate of Rise Heat Detector Manual Stations M400 ... more pages


Heat capacity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... and definition of heat capacity 4.3 Relation between heat capacities 4.3.1 Ideal gas 4.4 Specific heat capacity 4.5 Polytropic heat capacity 4.6 Dimensionless heat capacity 4.7 Heat capacity at absolute zero 4.8 Negative heat capacity ... more pages


Heat

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Heat Heat Heat may be defined as energy in transit from a high temperature object to a lower temperature object. An object does not possess "heat"; the appropriate term for the micr-oscopic energy in an object is internal energy . The ... more pages


Specific Heats

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... From our studies of heat transfer , we know that the amount of heat transferred between two objects is proportional to the temperature difference between the objects and the heat capacity of the objects. The heat capacity is a constant ... more pages


Heat capacity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... and definition of heat capacity 4.3 Relation between heat capacities 4.3.1 Ideal gas 4.4 Specific heat capacity 4.5 Polytropic heat capacity 4.6 Dimensionless heat capacity 4.7 Heat capacity at absolute zero 4.8 Negative heat capacity ... more pages


Heat transfer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... the heat flux and the thermodynamic driving force for the flow of heat. Heat flux is a qua-ntitative, vectorial representation of the heat flow through a surface. [ 3 ] In engineering contexts, the term heat is taken as synonymous to ... more pages


Heat Transfer

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... between the objects. The amount of heat transferred delta Q is proportional to the temp-erature difference delta T between the objects and the heat capacity c of the object. delta Q = c * delta T The heat capacity is a constant that tells ... more pages


Heat Capacity (Specific) Conversion

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Heat Capacity (Specific) Conversion Links Contact Us Home Specific Heat Capacity Con-version Specific heat capacity is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a particular substance of mass (kilogram, gram, pound) by 1 degree ... more pages


Thermalphysics.org - The Little Heat Engine

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Thermalphysics.org - The Little Heat Engine      The Little Heat Engine    Home  The-rmal Physics    Max Planck    Little Heat Engine    Blackbody Radiation    Kirchhoff's Law    Liquid Photosphere    Temp. of ... more pages


Heat Transfer

www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/K-12/rocket/heat.html

... between the objects. The amount of heat transferred delta Q is proportional to the temp-erature difference delta T between the objects and the heat capacity c of the object. delta Q = c * delta T The heat capacity is a constant that tells ... more pages


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