Formula of heat?

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The formula for heat is changing based on a few different factors. For example some materials create heat because they are mixed while others must be burned to produce heat.

What is a formula?

Well, generally a formula is a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement. In chemistry, chemical formula or molecular formula is a way of expressing information about the atoms that constitute a particular chemical compound. For example formula of Sodium hydroxide is (NaOH), formula o (MORE)

Formula for Heat loss in a pipe?

pips are generally cylindrical in structure of amount of heat loss through pipe is given by the formula. Q= 2 pi k L(T1-T2)/ln(r2/r1). where. k=conductivity of material of which pipe is made. T1= temperature of inside layer pipe. T2=temperature outside layer of pipe. L= length of pipe. r1= in (MORE)

What is formulas?

In technology, I assume you mean the instructions (formulas)entered on a spreadsheet to process the data typed into the cells.

What is the correct formula for specific heat?

The correct formula for specific heat is c = m * (change intemperature) / Q where m is the mass and Q is the heat added.Specific heat is the amount of heat per unit mas required to raisethe temperature by 1 degree C.

What is the formula to calculate specific heat?

Energy (J) = Grams * Specific Heat Capacity (J/g deg) * ΔTemperature, but more like a normal formula: E = m*Cp*ΔT ^ That's used to calculate Enthalpy. You can't calculate specific heat by using specific heat! To calculate specific heat, divide the amount of heat(Joules or Calories (MORE)

Steam turbine heat rate formula?

The efficiency of a steam turbine is just the ratio of power out to power in, but if you want to be able to calculate it from the basic mechanical design, this is a specialised topic. In the link below is a general description of steam turbines, in the references and additional reading list there ar (MORE)

Formula for heat energy?

E h = McT. Where 'E h ' is heat energy, 'M' is mass, 'c' is Specific Heat, and 'T' is temperature.

What is the formula for heat generated by friction?

There are two approaces. One is empirical the other is indepth theoretical microscopic consideration. Empirical - Fa = Applied force , mu = coeff. of friction as per the case i.e. static at the time of starting of motion , dynamic / rolling while in motion. Let alpha = factor deciding conversion of (MORE)

What is the formula for finding specific heat capacity?

Quantity of Energy= mass x temperature change x specific heat capacity. For example:. Find the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 0.20 kg of lead by 15 degree Celsius if the specific heat capacity of lead is 0.90 J/g degree Celsius.. Answer:. J=200g x 15 degree Celsius x 0.90 J/ (MORE)

Formula for heat lost or gained?

Q = mcΔT. or. Q = CΔT. Where Q is heat transferred, m is mass, c is specific heat capacity, C is heat capacity, and ΔT is change in temperature.

What is the formula for heat flow per unit time through a single layer wall?

Heat flow per area per time = (delta T) / R. delta T = difference in temperature between the two sides of the wall. area = area of the wall or part of the wall under consideration. 'R' = "R"-value of the construction materials and/or insulation that makes up the wall.. Intreresting how it's the (MORE)

What is the units for heat energy formula?

The standard unit for heat energy is the same as for any other type of energy, namely the Joule. For historical reasons, some other units are sometimes used, e.g., calorie, or BTU. But if you want to do calculations with SI units, any energy should be measured in Joule, to be consistent. The standa (MORE)

Formula for calculating the heat balance for steam turbine hall?

The guaranteed heat rate, indicated on performance data table of power plant is calculated in accordance with the following formula: HR = (Qms x Hms - Qfw x Hfw + Qhrh x Hhrh - Qcrh x Hcrh - Qas x Has + Qmu x Hmu) x 3600 / W HR = heat rate [kJ/kWh] W = gross power output [kW] Q = mass flo (MORE)

Formula for heat transfer?

Too complex to write with the limited text editor of See the 'Sources and related links' below!

What is heat loss formulae of water flow through PPR-C pipe line?

you have first to know the thermal conductivity of PPR that you are dealing with. normally, this is in range between 0.1 to 0.24 W/MK .then you apply this formula Q(IN WATTS) =Thermal Conductivity/MK)*A( surface area for the pipe M2 )temperature difference between fluid inside pipe and temprture of (MORE)

What is formula of heating surface of boiler?

hi i am imaduddin from naveena denim, u asekd that how can we calculate the capacity of biler through heating surface its a very simple for example a boiler having heating surface of = 1425 sq ft applying thumb rule = 1425/260=5.48 tons

What is the formula for finding the mass in specific heat?

You just have to use algebra to manipulate the formula that you are used to. Q=mC p ΔT, the formula you probably use most of the time, can be easily changed to solve for mass instead of heat (Q). You just divide both sides of the equation by C p and ΔT, resulting in the equation Q/C p ΔT=m (MORE)

Where you can the formulas?

Formulas are typed into a spreadsheet cell. For instance: type incell A3 =SUM (A1+A2) and put a random number in A1 and in A2. Thesum total will appear in A3.

What you is a formula?

A formula can be the method used in math equations; the ingredientsused to make up a baby's bottle at feeding time; or theinstructions used to process data in a spreadsheet.

What is a formula in IT?

A formula in IT may be the instructions put into a spreadsheet toprocess the data stored on the spreadsheet. Or, it may mean themethod used to use Information Technology correctly.

The IF formula?

=IF(A1+A2=A3,"True","False") As an example: put this LibreOfficeCalc formula into A4. Type a number in A1 and also in A2, and typethe answer to the sum in A3. If the answer in A3 is correct, then"True" will appear in A4 and, if wrong "False" will appear in A4.

What is the formula for heating water?

There isn't a "formula" for this. Or, at least, you haven't been specific enough for us to tell you what the governing formula is. Chemists usually indicate that heat is necessary for a chemical equation by putting a delta-H either over or under the reaction arrow (the meaning is the same either wa (MORE)

How does a formula one car lose heat?

There are many ways of how a F1 car can lose heat. For example, Af1 car can lose heat by being careful on the brakes, reduce themovement of the car ie going straight more often and doing lesssharp turns.

What s the formula f the predicted product from heating potassium metal an powdered phosphorus?

K 3 P, potassium phosphide. This is the one that is most likely to be predicted. It contains the P 3- ion. Note that potassium actually has nine binary phosphides , (K 3 P, K 4 P 3 , K 5 P 4 , KP, K 4 P 6 K 3 P 7 , K 3 P 11 , KP 10.3 , KP 15 Before heat the metal and phosphorus (under vacuum (MORE)

What are the energy formulas involving specific heat mass and temperature change?

E = mass x sp ht x Δ°t (Finding Energy) where E (Energy) or Q (Quantity of Heat), mass (g), sp ht (aka specific heat, J/g°C*[typical] or cal/g°C or kcal/g°C), and Δ°t (temperature change). Finding Temperature Change Divide energy by mass multiplied by specific heat. Π(MORE)

What is the specific heat capacity formula for a substance?

The equation for specific heat is: C = q/temp. change x mass. C is a substance's specific heat, which is a constant for every substance. q is its heat capacity in joules, temp. change is the change in temperature in degrees Celsius, and mass is in grams.

What is the formula to determine the work done in heating or cooling unit volume of a substance?

I understand that the term "work" is used mainly for the transfer of mechanical energy. So, perhaps, the more appropriate term here would be "energy". You would have to find the material's thermal inertia, in this case, its volumetric heat capacity - look it up, usually, or calculate it on the basis (MORE)

What is specific heat capacity and what is the formula for specific heat capacity?

Specific heat capacity of a material is the amount of heat in joules required to raise the temperature of one kg of that material through one kelvin. Suppose I would like to know about specific heat capacity of copper material. Now I have 1 g of copper. I raise its temperature right from 20 to 25 de (MORE)

What is the formula for calculating volume change due to heat?

That depends on the exact details. For a gas, the ideal gas law is usually a good approximation: other things being equal, the volume is directly proportional to the absolute temperature (that is, the temperature expressed in kelvin). For a liquid or gas, the expansion is much less than in a gas (MORE)