Heat Energy

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Thermodynamics

Heat energy, abbreviated as Q, also called thermal energy, is the exertion of power that is created by heat, or the increase in temperature by the transfer of particles bouncing into each other by means of kinetic energy.  Here are a few examples of heat energy: fire, geothermal, lightening, oven, steam, the sun, etc.

 

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