[time-nuts] Subject: Thunderbolt Stability and Ambient Temperature
Arnold.Tibus at gmx.de
Fri Jun 12 14:37:33 EDT 2009
On Fri, 12 Jun 2009 11:14:14 EDT, Brucekareen at aol.com wrote:
>This interesting discussion of heat conduction by members of the
>electronics community brings to mind that in the 1870's, Joseph Fourier, while
>analyzing the waveform of heat propagating around a metal ring, developed the
>elegant method of Fourier Analysis. If you have not seen his work and can
>locate a copy of Fourier's: The Analytical Theory of Heat, you might find it
>interesting to thumb through it.
A interesting discussion indeed!
The Wiedemann-Franz Law may bring more light in this discussion.
Gustav Wiedemann and Rudolph Franz found an empirical law of physics,
concerning the ratio of the thermal conductivity (K) of a metal to its electrical
conductivity (Ã), being a constant times the absolute temperature.
Good and easy to understand descriptions can be found not only in:
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