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posted by hgfty

Explain, with examples, what the heat transfer process is in single materials and composites.

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  1. bobpursley

    Have you thought about using the kinetic molecular theory, with all that transfer of energy in the vibrational transfer of energy thru interlocking bonds, like in a bed spring?

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