Heat System – cod:4862.19

Heat System - cod:4862.19

Heat System – code: 4862.19

Study thermology with this compact and easy to use system. This system introduces basic concepts of thermodynamics and heat experiments. It provides a framework for understanding and quantitatively assessing introductory thermodynamics questions and problems.
Equipment needed:
Methane/Butane Cylinder
Power Supply 10 A (code 2407.60)
Equipment suggested:
Stainless Steel Temperature Probe (code 2314.20)
or Thermocouple (code 2314.10)
Go!Temp (code 2320.20)
Gas Pressure Sensor (code 2311.40)
LabPro (code 2300.10)
or LabQuest (code 2300.30)
or Go!Link (code 2320.30)
 
 
 
experiments
  • Boiling and condensation
  • Calorimeter and Joule’s Law
  • Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures
  • Different solution phenomena at different temperatures
  • Equilibrium temperature of mixed liquids
  • Evaporation of two different liquids
  • Expansion of ice
  • Fourier’s Equation and Fourier’s Law
  • Heat sensitivity and Locke’s Law
  • Linear expansion of a solid
  • Newton’s Law of Heating or Cooling
  • Peltier-Seebeck effect
  • Phase transition
  • Pulse glass functioning principle
  • Saturated and supersaturated solutions
  • Specific heat
  • Thermal agitation, conduction and expansion
  • Thermal radiation
  • Thermometer’s time constant and fixed points of a thermometer
  • Thermostat and thermocouple
  • Wet and dry bulb hygrometer, relative humidity, psychrometry and moisture content