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The system by which a refrigerator removes heat from the freezer and refrigeration compartments and disposes of it outside your unit relies on the concept of convection. Convection is the process of heat transfer through the movement of matter, usually a gas or a liquid. In a refrigerator, convection occurs through the use of ...

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Convection: the transfer of heat by the movement of fluids such as air or water. Hot air rising up a chimney or hot water circulating in a pot on the stove are examples of convection. Radiation: energy that travels directly through space as electromagnetic waves. It does not require matter for transmission. Most radiation associ-.

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Dec 6, 1999 ... In fluids, heat is often transferred by convection, in which the motion of the fluid itself carries heat from one place to another. Another way to transfer ... Example. Consider what happens when a layer of ice builds up in a freezer. When this happens, the freezer is much less efficient at keeping food frozen.

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Forced convection involves the transport of fluid by methods other than that resulting from variation of density with temperature. Movement of air by a fan or of water by a pump are examples of forced convection. Atmospheric convection currents can be set up by local heating effects such as solar radiation (heating and ...

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The particles in fluids (liquids or gases) can move from place to place when heated. Convection occurs when particles with a lot of heat energy move and take the place of particles with less heat energy. Heat energy is transferred from hot places to cooler places by convection. lava lamp. Click here for an example of  ...

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Learning Objectives: What should students know and be able to do as a result of this lesson? Students will differentiate between conduction, convection, and radiation through the use of "real-life" examples.

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A fire spreads by transferring heat energy in three ways: Radiation, Convection, and Conduction. Radiation. Radiation refers to the emission of energy in rays or waves. Heat moves through space as energy waves. It is the type of heat one feels when sitting in front of a fireplace or around a campfire. It travels in straight lines ...

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Convection occurs within the mantle of the Earth. The lower portion of the mantle, the aesthenosphere, heats from the high temperatures of the Earth's core. As it heats, this part of the mantle gains kinetic energy and expands in volume. Thus, it becomes less dense and begins to rise. As the particles rise and move away ...

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Convection heaters may also incorporate thermal mass. Examples include hot water radiators, nightstore or oil column heaters, underfloor heaters and solar hydronic heaters. Heaters with high thermal storage generally don't get as hot on the surface as heaters with low thermal storage, and therefore have steadier heat  ...