... boiling water ; state and explain what will occur. 11. The inside of the wall of a house is at 15° C., and the outside at 0°C., the wall is of stone, and 50 cm. thick. Find how much heat passes across it per square metre. The conductivity of the... Report of the Annual Meeting - Page 56by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1903Full view - About this book
| Alan Archibald Campbell Swinton - 1884
...milli, the one-thousandth part, are often used. The Joule is the unit of heat, and is the amount of heat **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade.** The following table will give in a clear form the relation between the various units of electricity... | |
| Medical - 1884
...by scientific men is called the gramme unit or calorie, which may be defined as the amount of heat **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree Centigrade.** The table to %vhich I now draw your attention exhibits the number of heat units evolved by the complete... | |
| Alexander Macfarlane - Mathematics - 1885 - 357 pages
...rock to be -004 ? The centimetre is the unit of length, and the unit of heat is the quantity of heat **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree.** -004 gm. of water by deg. Cent, per sec. per sq. cm. = deg. Cent, per cm., - — — deg. Cent, per... | |
| Sir Richard Glazebrook - Heat - 1894 - 230 pages
...across it per square metre. The conductivity of the stone is -005 and the unit of heat is the quantity **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade.** CHAPTER XII. TRANSMISSION OF HEAT BY RADIATION. 155. Radiation. As has already been explained heatenergy... | |
| Sir Richard Glazebrook - Heat - 1894 - 207 pages
...across it per square metre. The conductivity of the stone is .005 and the unit of heat is the quantity **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade.** GH 12 CHAPTER XII. TRANSMISSION OF HEAT BY RADIATION. 155. Radiation. As has already been explained... | |
| James Lane Notter, Sir Robert Hammill Firth - Hygiene - 1897 - 312 pages
...foreign countries, using the metric system of weights and measures, the heat unit is the amount of energy **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree Centigrade.** The British heat unit, if manifested as a mechanical force, will raise 772 Ibs. a foot high, or corresponds... | |
| George Kimball Burgess - Physics - 1902 - 80 pages
...calculate:— 1. The number of heat units gained by the water, using as heat unit the calorie or the heat **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree.** 2. The number of heat units lost by the shot (in terms of s, the specific heat of lead) or the ratio... | |
| British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1903
...These propositions, it will be observed, while reaffirming the names 'joule 'as the equivalent of 10" **ergs, and calorie, the equivalent of 4/2 joules, as the amount of heat required to raise** the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade on the hydrogen scale, leave undetermined... | |
| Sir Richard Glazebrook - Heat - 1904 - 230 pages
...across it per square metre. The conductivity of the stone is -005 and the unit of heat is the quantity **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade.** CHAPTER XII. TRANSMISSION OF HEAT BY RADIATION. 155. Radiation. As has already been explained heatenergy... | |
| Alfred A. Woodhull - Hygiene - 1906 - 221 pages
...complete combustion of a given amount of food, which thus develops energy. It is the amount of heat **required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade.** The great or kilo calorie is the heat required to raise one kilo, or litre, of water one degree centigrade,... | |
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