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Title: Transfer of Heat

Chapter: 9th Chapter of 9th Class Physics

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KIPS MCQs OF CH# 8

KIPS SHORT QUESTIONS OF CH# 8

 

Short Questions

 

1. How many methods of transmission of heat are used?
2. What is Conduction? Explain the process and write down it usage in our daily life..
3. What are Bad conductors or Insulator?
4. What are Conductors?
5. Write down some uses of conductors and non-conductors.
6. Define convention?
7. What do you know about convection currents in Air? Write down some uses.
8. How land and sea breezes are produced?
9. What is gliding?
10. What do you know about birds gliding?
11. Define Radiation
12. Why tea in a cup becomes cold earlier as compared to a teapot?

 
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KIPS LONG QUESTIONS OF CH# 8

 
Long Questions
 
  1. What is Conduction? Explain the process and write down it usage in our daily life
  2. On what factors conduction of heat depend? And define thermal conductivity.
  3. Write down tbe uses of conductors and non-conductors.
  4. What is convection? Explain the process.
  5. What do you know about convection currents in Air? How land and sea breeze blow?
  6. Define Radiation. How does heat reach us from the sun? Explain Radiation.
  7. What is Leslie cube? How various surfaces can be compared by Leslie cube?
  8. Explain the application and consequences of Radiations.
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KIPS TEXTBOOK EXERCISE OF CH# 8

 

MCQS
1. In solids, heat is transferred by:
2. What happens to the thermal conductivity of a wall if its thickness is doubled?
3. Metals are a good conductor of heat due to the:
4. In gases, heat is mainly transferred by:
5. Convection of heat is the process of heat transfer ·due to the of the molecules:
6. The false ceiling is done to:
7. rooms are heated using gas heaters by
8. The land breeze blows from:
9. Which of the following is a good radiator of heat?
10.Styrofoam is a:
11. Unit of thermal conductivity is:
12. Why metals are good conductors of electricity?
 
Short Questions
1. Explain. why?

a) A metal feels colder to touch than wood kept in a cold place?
b) The land breeze blows from land towards the sea?
c) The double-walled glass vessel is used in thermos flask?
d) Desserts soon get hot during the day and soon get cold after sunset.

2. Why conduction of heat does not take place in gases?
3. What measures do you suggest to conserve energy in the house?
4. Why transfer of heat in fluids takes place by convection?
5. What is meant by convection current?
6. Suggest a simple activity show convection of heat in gases not given in the book.
7. How does heat reach us from the sun?
8. How various surfaces can be compared to Leslie cube?
9. What is greenhouse effect?
10. Explain the impact of the greenhouse effect in global warming.
 

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KIPS SOLVED NUMERICALS OF CH# 8
 
1. The concrete roof of a house of thickness 20 ·cm has an area 200 m2. The temperature inside the house is 15° C and outside is 35° C. find the rate at which thermal energy conducted through the roof. The value of k for concrete is 0.65 Wm 1 K1.
 
2. How much heat is lost in an hour through a glass window measuring 2.0 m by 2.5 m when inside temperature is 25° C and that of outside ls 5° C, the thickness of the glass is 0.8 cm and the value of k for glass is 0.8 Wm 1 k 1?
 
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