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Radiators use 2 mechanisms to transfer heat, conduction and radiation.   Both can heat an adjacent medium such as air, which if it can move, can move the heat elsewhere, which is called convection.  But there are only the 2 fundamental mechanisms at work in getting the heat out of the source.  Convection is a secondary process.

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On 17/12/2023 at 16:27, system 4-50 said:

Radiators use 2 mechanisms to transfer heat, conduction and radiation.   Both can heat an adjacent medium such as air, which if it can move, can move the heat elsewhere, which is called convection.  But there are only the 2 fundamental mechanisms at work in getting the heat out of the source.  Convection is a secondary process.

Well that's not what they taught at Uddingston Grammar , a  Secondary School, which puzzled me, but it was a Secondary school, so what can you expect? Second class actually.

My English teacher told me he was surprised I passed my Higher, he was the only one in the Department with a Degree, can you imagine that?

at B grade. Well obviously, I needed it to go to College, the five years of boring teaching in that very ordinary place, a complete waste of my valuable time, but at the time there was no internet, so I knew nothing else, kids today have it easy. :)

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