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Thanks to physics, we know that convection can be either natural, where heat rises ... If your house has two floors, you often end up with the bottom floor being ... The fans in a desktop computer, for example, cause forced convection (and the  ...

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An example of unsteady state heat transfer is the heating and cooling of cans in a ... An example of convection heating is cooking in a jacketed pan: without a ...

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Mar 17, 2010 ... What is a convection oven, and what does it do. ... So any oven will have these " convection currents" of heat and air. But a "convection" oven ... 2 years ago. Moved into new house that has combination oven and convection.

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Keywords: conduction, convection, radiation, Energy Transfer ... between conduction, convection, and radiation through the use of "real-life" examples.

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Dec 6, 1999 ... In fluids, heat is often transferred by convection, in which the motion of ... Example. Consider what happens when a layer of ice builds up in a ...

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Aug 26, 2016 ... An example of natural convection is when we light a fire in our stove on the first floor of our house and find later that the second floor is much ...

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Convection is the organized motion or movement of large groups of ... For example, convection is the upward motion of a warm fluid spreading through a cooler ...