Three Methods of Heat Transfer in Physics
Three Methods of Heat Transfer
There are three methods of transferring heat from one place into another.
Conduction is a mode of heat transfer by atomic or molecular collisions, without the movement of a bulk of a substance from one position to another, in a body. It mostly occurs in solids.
Convection is a mode of heat transfer by the actual movement of the bulk of the substance from one place to another through large distances. It mostly occurs in liquids and gases.
Radiation is a mode of heat transfer which requires no material medium. Heat energy is carried by infrared electromagnetic waves from one place to another.
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