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Old   October 28, 1998, 12:24
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Robb Finkey
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I am doing a project for physics concerning how much energy is used for heating and cooling of my high school. Can anyone help?
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Old   October 29, 1998, 02:09
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Well , there are basically three ways by which heat can be given or taken away from a body: conduction, convection, radiation. Search for some heat transfer book to get more fundas about these three ways of heat transfer.
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