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Title: In Antarctica the thermometer reads


1
In Antarctica the thermometer reads 20 C what
is this temperature on a Fahrenheit thermometer?
Physics 1710Warm-up Quiz

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  1. -36 oF
  2. -11 oF
  3. -4 oF
  4. -43 oF
  5. -20 oF

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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
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  • Solution
  • oF (180 oF/100 oC) oC 32oF
  • (1.8 oF/oC)(-20 oC) 32oF
  • (-36 32) oF
  • -4oF

3
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
What will happen to a heated ring? The hole
will (1) get larger (2) get smaller (3) stay
the same.
Peer Instruction Time
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What will happen to a heated ring? The hole will
Physics 1710 e-Quiz

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  1. Get larger
  2. Get smaller
  3. Stay the same

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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
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  • Time for Real Physics!

6
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
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  • Why did it happen?

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?L
?L a L?T
7
Physics 1710 Chapter 19 Temperature
0
  • Ideal Gas Law
  • Idealizations
  • no interaction between atoms
  • no volume occupied by atoms
  • Number of atoms n m/M,
  • m mass M molar mass
  • PV n R T
  • R 8.315 J/ mol K
  • 0.08214 L?atm/mol K
  • 22.4 L?atm /273.16 mol K

8
Physics 1710 Chapter 19 Temperature
0
  • Boltzmann Constant
  • k R/NA
  • k 1.38 x 10 -23 J/K 1 yJ/ 7.25 K
  • 1 eV / 11,600 K
  • PV N kT

9
Physics 1710 Chapter 19 Temperature
0
  • Summary
  • Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic
    energy of a system of particles.
  • Thermal Equilibrium means that two bodies are at
    the same temperature.
  • The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics states that
    if system A and B are n thermal equilibrium with
    system C, then A and B are in thermal Equilibrium
    with each other.

10
Physics 1710 Chapter 19 Temperature
0
  • Kelvin is a unit of temperature where one degree
    K is 1/279.16 of the temperature of the triple
    point of water (near freezing).
  • TC (100/180) (TF 32 F)
  • TF (180/100) TC 32 F
  • ?L/L a?T
  • PV n R T N kT

11
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • 1' Lecture
  • The internal energy is the total average energy
    of the atoms of an object, average kinetic plus
    average potential.
  • Heat is the change in internal energy.
  • The change in temperature is proportional to the
    change in internal energy (heat flow) when there
    is no change of phase and the system does no
    work.
  • The first law of thermodynamics states
  • ?E ?Q - W

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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • 1' Lecture
  • Conduction is the flow of kinetic energy from
    atom to atom.
  • Convection is the transport of energy by bulk
    motion of atoms.
  • Radiation is the transfer of energy by
    electromagnetic waves.

13
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Heat
  • Heat is the macroscopic manifestation of
    microscopic internal energy.
  • Heat ?Q in calories (or BTU)
  • 1 calorie (cal) is the amount of energy required
    to raise the temperature of 0.001 kg of water
    from 14.5 C to 15.5 C (?T 1.00 C).
  • 1 BTU is the heat to raise 1 Lb by 1 F.
  • James Prescott Joule (1818-1889) showed
  • 1 calorie of heat 4.186 Joule
  • 1 J 1 N?m

14
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • 1 Calorie 1000 calorie 1 kcal

15
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Heat Capacity
  • ?Q C ?T
  • C dQ/dT
  • Specific Heat
  • c C /m
  • C (1/m)dQ/dT
  • ?Q (mc)?T

16
How much heat is required to raise the
temperature of 1 kg of water (1 liter) from 20 C
to 100 C? Recall c 1.00 kcal/kgC?
Physics 1710 e-Quiz

0
  1. 1.0 kcal
  2. 20 kcal
  3. 80 kcal
  4. 100 kcal
  5. None of the above.

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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Guided practice
  • ?Q (mc)?T
  • How much heat is required to raise the
    temperature of 1 kg of water (1 liter) from 20 C
    to 100 C? Recall c 1.00 kcal/kgC?

?Q (mc)?T ?Q (1.00 kg)(1.00 kcal/kg C) (100.
C- 20. C) ?Q 80. kcal 80.kcal? 4.186 J/cal
396. kJ
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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Change of Phase and Latent Heat
  • It requires an energy investment to change the
    phase from solid to liquid to gas.
  • By breaking the bonds that hold atoms, they can
    have the same kinetic energy but different total
    energies.
  • The energy to change the phase is hidden and
    therefore called latent heat.

19
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Latent heat
  • ?Q mL
  • For Water
  • Fusion (and melting)
  • Lf 333 kJ/kg 79.4 kcal/kg
  • Vaporization
  • Lv 2260 kJ/kg 540 kcal/kg

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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Work from a Heat Reservoir
  • The work done by a system is equal to the loss
    of the internal energy.
  • For an ideal gas
  • W ?V1V2 PdV

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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • First Law of Thermodynamics
  • ?E ?Q -W

22
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Applications Adiabatic (?Q 0)
  • ?E -W
  • Isovolumetric (?V 0)
  • ?E ?Q
  • Isothermal (?T 0)
  • W ?V1V2 PdV ?V iV f (nRT/V) dV W n R T
    ln(Vf /Vi )

23
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Mid Chapter Summary
  • The internal energy is the total average energy
    of the atoms of an object.
  • Heat is the change in internal energy.
  • The change in temperature is proportional to the
    change in internal energy (heat flow) when there
    is no change of phase and the system does no
    work.
  • The first law of thermodynamics states
  • ?E ?Q - W

24
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
0
  • Conduction
  • P kA dT/dx
  • Examples
  • Thermos bottles
  • Blankets
  • Double pane windows
  • Newtons law of cooling P h A(T 2 T1)
  • Pans
  • R factor or R value
  • P A(T 2 T1)/?i Ri

25
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
  • Convection
  • Heat transfer by material transfer
  • Forced convection (fluids)
  • External force produces material transfer
  • Natural Convection
  • Buoyancy-driven flow
  • Newtons law of cooling applied
  • P h A(T 2 T1)
  • h depends on flow conditions

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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
  • Radiation
  • Stefan-Boltzmann Law
  • P es AT4
  • Wiens Law
  • P ?T4
  • s 5.6696 x 10-8 W/m2?K4
  • Emissivity 0lt e lt1 e ½
  • Reflectivity (albedo) R (1- e)
  • Energy balance
  • P in - es A(Tave ) 4 0

27
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
  • Global Warming?
  • P in ( 1- e?) Psun
  • Tave ( 1- e?) Psun /(eGH sA)1/4
  • Must understand every parameter
  • to be accurate.

28
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
  • Summary
  • Heat is transferred by
  • Conductionenergy diffusion
  • Convectionmass transport
  • Radiationelectromagnetic waves

29
Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
  • Guided Practice
  • If the power per unit area (intensity) of
    sunlight on the earth is 1.0 kW/m2 and the
    emissivity is 0.6, what is the expected avearge
    temperatue of the earth? Comment on the effect
    of a change in the emissivity or solar
    radiation.

P in ?0 2p?0 p/2 I cos ? sin ? r 2d? df P in I
(2pr 2) (½ ) sin2 ? 0 p/2 I (pr 2) 1.0
kW/m2 (3.14)(6.4x106 m)2 1.3 x 1017 W P in es
A(Tave ) 4 Tave P in / es A1/4 1.3 x
1017 /(0.6?5.66 x10-8? 5.1x1014) 1/4 294 K21C
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Physics 1710 Chapter 20 Heat 1st Law of Thermo
  • Guided Practice
  • If the power per unit area (intensity) of
    sunlight on the earth is 1.0 kW/m2 and the
    emissivity is 0.6, what is the expected average
    temperature of the earth? Comment on the effect
    of a change in the emissivity or solar radiation.
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