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During the summertime, a debate that often occurs concerns the best way to save on gas, to either open the windows or use the air conditioning. While there is no simple answer, it all depends on a few factors. When driving at faster speeds Kevin Hayes Rangers Jersey , it is usually better to have the windows closed in order to prevent drag. When you first enter your vehicle, if it is very hot, it is better to drive around at relatively slow speeds with the windows down. This way you can get rid of the hot air quickly without overworking your air conditioning. If you own a convertible sports car, you will burn less fuel if you keep your top up.
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Conduction describes the transferring process of energy through solid substances. There is no specific motion in which a material’s molecules is carried away from their original location, but you could probably better understand it using this example: when a pan is being heated on the stove it is only touching the bottom of the pan, however, if the pan handle is metal, it quickly becomes too hot to touch. This occurs simply because of conduction.

The effects of the many factors of conduction can be combined into one single equation called the thermal conduction equation. This equation can be used to determine the amount of thermal energy conducted through a material. The thermal conduction equation is:
Thermal energy conducted= (Cross-sectional area) X (time) X (Temperature difference)
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