Using Heat

Using Heat - place and transfer it to another place at a...

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C. Using Heat 1. Types of heating systems a. Wood or coal burning stove b. Forced-air (most common today)
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c. Radiator d. Electric e. Solar 1) Passive (lots of south windows) 2) Active (solar panels)
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2. Heat engines combustion thermal energy mechanical energy a. External combustion engine (steam engine)
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b. Internal combustion engine
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3. Heat movers a. Devices that remove thermal energy from one
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Unformatted text preview: place and transfer it to another place at a different temperature. b. Air conditioners and refrigerators c. Heat movers are heat engines working in reverse (they use mechanical energy from a motor to move thermal energy from cooler to warmer areas). d. Heat pumps 1) Two-way heat movers 2) Used in temperate climates (such as around here)...
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