Notes on Burner Output and C-value of metals

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Notes on Burner Output and C-Value of Metals Burner Output: Before we can go about designing a hot pack, we need to learn a few key concepts. This includes heat, the difference between heat and temperature, how to solve a heat equation, and the relationship between matter and energy. First of all, heat is the measure of the total kinetic energy in a substance. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. So, when we have to design our hot pack, we need to know how much heat will be given off or how much heat will be absorbed. To find the amount of heat, you can’t go by just the temperature change because heat and temperature are two different things. Heat is the total amount of kinetic energy of a substance where temperature is the average amount of kinetic energy of a substance. The average means that you add up all the heat and divide it evenly. We need to know how to convert temperature change into total heat. To find the total heat given off, the “q” equation must be used. This equation is q=mCT. In this equation, “q” stands for heat,

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