>>
 
   Science >> Physics >> Heat >> Properties
Login or Register   Heat Thermal equilibrium - Zeroth law  

   New User Register


   Login Member:
Email:
Password:

   Site Search
b
   Advance Search
 
Other animations
b
Heat and Temperature - Thermometry
Translate This Page
 

Science and tech animation catalog in flash Animation product List
b
    education animation online in flash Row view of animated science  Row format
    physics, chemistry, biology animation Grid format of education animation  Grid format
    educational animation link  List format of educational animation  List format



 


 
Overview         (For age - group : Above 16 )

This science software explains through animation the concept of thermal equilibrium. A system is said to be in thermal equilibrium when the macroscopic properties of it constituents cease to change with time. The law of that deals with this thermodynamics phenomenon is called Zeroth's law.

Product - Animation
  Size/Time Subscribe Preview / Trailer
Size (KB) 461 US$ 6.25    1.25 Rs. 82.50
 Check price in your currency
Subscription Days = Watch a preview (opens in separate window)
Time (hr:min:sec) 0:40:0
Add To Cartshopping cart
Watch a free preview of this science  and technology animation
                                                                    

Category : Science
Type : Animation
Animation Type : Advanced

Total animation length
: 40 minutes

  • Thermal equilibrium
  • What is temperature?
  • What is heat?
  • How heat transfer and temperature are related?
  • How can one determine the equilibrium temperature of a system?
  • Condition for thermal equilibrium
  • Zeroth law of thermodynamics
  • How can we determine whether two given bodies are in thermal equilibrium?
  • Explanatory notes

Snapshots         

Zeroth's law of thermal equilibrium - experiment for caliberation of thermometer

Zeroth's law of thermal equilibrium - experiment for caliberation of thermometer

Highly detailed animated experiment of hot coffee and ice mixture for demonstration of thermal equilibrium

Highly detailed animated experiment of hot coffee and ice mixture for demonstration of thermal equilibrium

Two block experiment for determining the equilibrium temperature.

Two block experiment for determining the equilibrium temperature.
Details of the animation/ movie /software

This science animation answers the following questions in detail:

  1. What is thermal equilibrium? - Animation of hot coffee kept open to air.
  2. What is temperature? Misinterpreted as heat - animation hot and cold water experiment
  3. What is heat? Misinterpreted as energy - animation of iron rod and its atoms
  4. Various heat transfer mechanisms to approach thermal equilibrium:
    - Conduction, Convection, Radiation, Evaporation
  5. How heat transfer and temperature are related? - Highly detailed animated experiment of hot coffee and ice mixture - force, displacement, work, energy transfer and thermal equilibrium states shown between molecules of ice and coffee.
  6. How can one determine the equilibrium temperature of a system?
  7. Condition for thermal equilibrium- Animated numerical examples for heat gained = heat lost balance equation
    • Coffee and ice
    • Copper glass and hot water
  8. Zeroth law of thermodynamics animated experiment
  9. How can we determine whether two given bodies are in thermal equilibrium?
  10. Discover through explanatory notes:
    • How was the concept of temperature and thermometer developed?
    • Principles behind a thermometer
    • Can heat flow from cooler region to hotter region?

Related Products
 
Buyers Feedback:

Q & A
Q1: how do the modifications required to the incubators used to hatch big amout of eggs so that it can works efficiently and maintained its temperature?? mil 25/1/2009
Ans:
   
Q2: I'm verry happy can use this product..thanks rasmadi,S.pd 22/7/2008
Ans: Thanks
   
Q3: what the meaning of forced convention atif 12/5/2008
Ans:
   
Q4: what the meaning of bing bang phenomenon norhidayah 19/9/2007
Ans: The Big Bang is the dominant scientific theory about the origin of the universe from a cosmic explosion, 15 billion years ago that hurled matter in all directions. All of the matter and energy of space was contained at one point. What existed before big-bang this is unknown. Edwin Hubble experimentally proved that the universe is continuously expanding. He discovered that a galaxy’s velocity is proportional to its distance, farther galaxy moves faster. This proved Lemaître's theory of 1927.
   


Give your comments
  Give your Comments (for questions go to Forum)
Name *
Email *
Question *
Enter Code
Code Image - Please contact webmaster if you have problems seeing this image code  Refresh
 

 
Home | Subscribe| My Account |FAQ |About Us | Contact Us | Login | Register
Copyright ©2016 Goalfinder.com All rights reserved. Copyright | License | Privacy policy|