Powerpoint thermodynamic concepts

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You have been invited to talk about thermodynamic concepts—specifically the three heat transfer methods (convection, conduction, and radiation)—in front of a high school physics class. To aid you in your presentation, you need to create a PowerPoint about the thermodynamic concepts with examples based on your experiences. In your presentation, be sure to include the following:

  • compare and contrast the three heat transfer methods with examples,
  • describe the relation among density, temperature, and volume when the pressure is constant, and
  • explain the blackbody radiation curve.

Your PowerPoint must be a minimum of 10 slides not including the title and reference slides. You are required to insert appropriate images and diagrams to enhance your content. In addition to the images, you must use at least two scholarly references in your presentation. Any images or information used should be cited in APA format. Also, it is a good idea to utilize presenter notes and provide narration, but this is not required.

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School: Carnegie Mellon University

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Introduction
 Thermodynamics can be defined as the study heat,

work, temperature, and energy (Gaskell, & Laughlin,
2017).
 It is also the study that deals with how energy is
transferred from one place to another.
 There are three methods in which heat is transferred
namely convection, radiation and conduction.
 In the transfer of energy, the three entities that are
used are volume, pressure, density, and temperature.

Compare and contrast the three
heat transfer methods
 There are several similarities and differences between

conduction, radiation, and convection.
 One similarity between the three is that all of them are
methods of heat transfer.
 Another of the similarities is that there must be a
medium of transfer for them to take place.
 For conduction there must be the existence o...

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Thanks for the help.

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