Thermal energy going from an area of higher temperature to an area of lower temperature by conduction, convection, or radiation.
Heat always moves from hot to cold. It is mainly transferred by three methods: convection, conduction, and radiation.
A transfer of thermal energy from one system to another.
the process in which heat moves from a warm object to a cooler object.
The movement of heat energy by radiation, convection, or evaporation from one source to another.
Process by which heat is imparted from one body to another, through conduction, convection, and radiation.
The movement of heat through convention conduction and radiation.
Flow of heat energy induced by a temperature difference. Heat flow through a building envelope typically flows from a heated, or hot area to a cooled, or cold area.
A technique used to transfer colors from paper to a variety of laces or trims. View Image
Heat always flows toward a substance of lower temperature until the temperatures of the two substances equalize, and travels by; conduction, convection or radiation.
the movement of energy in the form of heat into or out of a product. can be heating or cooling including boiling and freezing.
The transfer of heat from a warmer to a colder substance.
The flow or transmission of heat from a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperatures.
The process by which heat is imparted from one body or object to another. In forest fires, heat energy is transmitted from burning to unburned fuels by: Convection â€“ Transfer of heat by the movement of masses of hot air; the natural direction is upwards in the absence of any appreciable wind speed and/or slope. Radiation â€“ Transfer of heat in straight lines from warm surfaces to cooler surroundings. Conduction â€“ Transfer of heat through solid matter. Note: In forest fires, the transmission of heat may also take place by solid mass or ember transport. This is the transfer of heat resulting from firebrands being transported ahead of a fire by the wind, by gravity (e.g. rolling downhill), or being carried aloft in the convection column or by a fire whirl (i.e. spotting).
The process of transferring a design from a specially treated paper to a garment using temperatures around 375F (190C). See “Hot-peel transfer” and “Cold-peel transfer.
The flow of heat energy from one body of higher temperature to one of lower temperature.
Heat transfer is the coolant's number one job. A heavy duty diesel engine produces enough heat to warm 5 single family homes. About one third of that heat is removed by the engines cooling sytem which transfer heat from the engine block to the radiator where it is dissipated.
The movement of heat energy from one point to another. The means for such movement are conduction, convection, and radiation.
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The flow of heat from one area to another by conduction, convection, and/or radiation. Heat flows naturally from a warmer to a cooler material or space.
The flow of heat from one substance to another, for instance, the flow of heat from your water heating element to the water that surrounds it.
(Direct Transfer Process) Imprinting method in which an image is screened onto a transfer substrate, which is then laid directly on the material to be imprinted. The image is transferred from the substrate to the material through heat and pressure.
Flow of heat by radiation, convection, or conduction. This term is sometimes used to mean rate of heat transfer. See CONVECTION; CONDUCTION; RADIATION.
How heat flows from hot to cold. There are three methods of this, convection, conduction or radiation.
Movement of heat from one body or substance to another. Heat may be transferred by radiation, conduction, convection or a combination of these three methods.
The process of thermal energy flowing from a body of high energy to a body of low energy. Means of transfer are: conduction; the two bodies contact. Convection; a form of conduction where the two bodies in contact are of different phases, i.e. solid and gas. Radiation: all bodies emit infrared radiation.
the transmission of heat. There are three forms of heat transfer: "conduction," "convection," and "radiation." See these terms.
the transmission of thermal energy from a location of higher temperature to a location of lower temperature. This can occur by conduction, convection, or radiation.
The flow of thermal energy from one object to another. By means of conduction, convection or radiation)
Transmission of heat from one body to another by radiation, convection, or conduction.
Refers to the technique of printing fabric by transferring a design from specially prepared paper to fabric by means of heat and pressure.
The exchange of heat by radiation, conduction, or convection.
The movement of a printed image from a holding (or donor) substrate to another surface by applying a certain temperature and pressure.
In thermal physics, heat transfer is the passage of thermal energy from a hot to a cold body. When a physical body, e.g. an object or fluid, is at a different temperature than its surroundings or another body, transfer of thermal energy, also known as heat transfer, occurs in such a way that the body and the surroundings reach thermal equilibrium. Heat transfer always occurs from a hot body to a cold one, a result of the second law of thermodynamics.