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The way of heat conduction of cooling fan

by:TOCH     2021-02-26
The way of heat conduction of cooling fan u003cbru003e u003cbru003e u003cbru003e From the perspective of thermodynamics, in the coming year, the heat absorption and heat release of objects are correct. Whenever there is a temperature, it will inevitably transfer from the bright temperature to the low temperature. This is a common kind in the field of nature and engineering Phenomenon, and there are three ways of heat transfer: radiation, convection, conduction, of which heat conduction is the fastest u003cbru003e u003cbru003e u003cbru003e 1. Radiation refers to the direct transmission and emission of heat energy from the heat source in the form of electromagnetic radiation. The radiation can be carried out in a vacuum. The thermal efficiency of the radiation depends on the material of the heat source and the color of the surface. u003cbru003e u003cbru003e u003cbru003e 2. Convection refers to the transfer of heat through the movement of hot substances. Thermal energy comes from a heat source surrounded by gas or liquid. The transfer of heat energy is achieved through the movement of molecules. We can use the heat sink to add The way of cooling fan (morning and day high-quality cooling fan), most of the heat generated is taken away by the convection formed by the fan, and only a small part of the heat is dissipated through radiation. u003cbru003e u003cbru003e u003cbru003e 3. Conduction refers to the exchange of kinetic energy between molecules. Particles with lower energy collide with particles with higher energy to obtain energy (through physical direct contact). A single heat sink cannot achieve heat energy. Conductive, in short, conduction is the most important way to get heat from the heat sink. Wenling Tongchi Automobile Air Conditioning Manufacturing Co., Ltd. specializes in producing cooling fans
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