The heat radiates through the steel making it soft enough to force it into

The heat radiates through the steel making it soft

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also a good form of conduction. The heat radiates through the steel making it soft enough to force it into something else. 7 (credit: Walter White Knives)
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J e n s M a r t e n s s o n 8 Conduction Thermal conduction is the element which is heated to heat another object. Examples being copper, or a heating coil found inside a toaster. Hair Dryer A hair dryer is an example of forced convection. The hair dryer uses a small fan that blows across heated coils which in turn produce hot air that dries the liquid from your hair. Thermal Conduction Recipefare.com
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J e n s M a r t e n s s o n Radiation Thermodynamics “Energy transmitted by electromagnetic waves.” When energy passes from the sun into earths atmosphere heating the earth this is called radiation. 9
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J e n s M a r t e n s s o n Radiation Burner on Stove When the burner on a stove is turned on it begins to get hot. The heat then radiates from the burner to what ever is above the burner whether it be the air or a pot that you’ve put on to boil. 10 ://
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J e n s M a r t e n s s o n Hewitt, P. G. (2015). Conceptual physics (12th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. “Heat Transfer, and the First Law of Thermodynamics.” Heat Transfer, and the First Law of Thermodynamics, physics.bu.edu/~duffy/py105/notes/Heattransfer.html. References
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