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Convection is the heat transfer due to bulk movement of molecules within fluids such as gases ... Heat is transferred by convection in numerous examples of naturally ... Convection is also used in engineering practices of homes, industrial  ...

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Convection occurs when heat is transferred through a gas or liquid by the hotter material moving into a cooler area. Check out some examples of convection ...

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Convection is the transfer of heat by circulating it through air or liquids. Unlike conduction, in which there must be direct or indirect contact between the two ...

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Jan 25, 2018 ... Convection is one of the three modes of heat transfer; radiation and conduction being the other two. Convection is the movement of molecules ...

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Apr 23, 2018 ... A simple example of convection currents is warm air rising toward the ceiling or attic of a house. Warm air is less dense than cool air, so it rises.

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Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation ... There are many examples of heat conduction. ... One natural example of convection currents is wind.

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An easy example of convection is when you use radiators to heat your house during a cold winter. The heat coming out of the radiators usually came from hot ...

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Jan 23, 2017 ... Here are some example of natural convection 1. your hand Here you can see heat transfer from your hand to air. 2. A cup of tea The air in contact with tea get ...

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A good example would be heating a tin can of water using a Bunsen burner. Initially the flame produces radiation which heats the tin can.