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Convection

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Convection is the movement of groups of molecules within fluids such as liquids or gases, and within rheids. Convection takes place through advection, diffusion  ...

Convection | Define Convection at Dictionary.com

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Convection definition, Physics. the transfer of heat by the circulation or movement of the heated parts of a liquid or gas. See more.

Heat Transfer - HyperPhysics

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Convection is heat transfer by mass motion of a fluid such as air or water when the heated fluid is caused to move away from the source of heat, carrying energy  ...

Convection

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Convection is the flow of heat through a bulk, macroscopic movement of matter from a hot region to a cool region, as opposed to the microscopic transfer of heat  ...

Convection – The Physics Hypertextbook

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Convection is the transfer of internal energy into or out of an object by the physical movement of a surrounding fluid that transfers the internal energy along with ...

Convection | Definition of Convection by Merriam-Webster

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movement in a gas or liquid in which the warmer parts move up and the colder parts move down; also : the transfer of heat by this movement. Source: ...

convection - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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Convection is a major factor in weather. The sun heats the earth's surface, then, when cooler air comes into contact with it, the air warms and rises, creating an ...

Convection - NOAA's National Weather Service - Glossary

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Convection: Generally, transport of heat and moisture by the movement of a fluid. In meteorology, the term is used specifically to describe vertical transport of ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Convection

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Liquids and gases are fluids. The particles in these fluids can move from place to place. Convection occurs when particles with a lot of heat energy in a liquid or ...

Educator's Guide to Convection - Views of the Solar System

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Convection is one such process. It functions because heated fluids, due to their lower density, rise and cooled fluids fall. A heated fluid will rise to the top of a ...

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Activity 7 Teacher Guide: Atmospheric Processes - Convection

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Heat moves in fluids through several processes, including convection. Convection is the transfer of heat by the actual movement of the heated material.

Convection | Climate Education Modules for K-12

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Aug 13, 2013 ... Why do I care? Convection is sometimes responsible for the formation of thunderstorms, and these thunderstorms during the summer can ...

What's a Convection Oven, and When Do I Use It? — Appliance Tips ...

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Feb 27, 2015 ... If you're fortunate enough to have a convection setting on your oven, you may still be scratching your head, wondering how it's different from a ...