Heat transfer takes place in two fundamentally different ways. A distinction is made thereby between material-bound (convection and heat conduction) and non-material bound (radiation).
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Heat conduction in metals
Investigation of the thermal conductivity of different metals
Heat conduction in fluids
Determination of the coefficient of thermal conductivity for gaseous and liquid fluids
Heat conduction and convection
Investigation of heat conduction and convection using the example of a cooling fin
Free and forced convection
Calculation of convective heat transfer at different geometries: flat plate, cylinder, tube bundle
Heat transfer by radiation
Effect of different surfaces on heat transfer
Energy transfer by radiation
Investigation of thermal and light radiation; thermal radiator and thermopile for the investigation of thermal radiation
Radial and linear heat conduction
Study of heat conduction in solids
Thermal conductivity of building materials
Investigation of the insulation properties of typical materials from the building materials sector
Steady-state and non-steady-state heat conduction
Linear heat conduction in metals; non-steady state temperature distribution
Convection and radiation
Heat transport between heating element and vessel wall by convection and radiation
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