Illustrations of conduction

United Kingdom, 1947

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Episode number 2 of Series “Transference of Heat”.
The film is divided into three parts: the first illustrates conduction in different substances, good and bad conductors and the insulation of a refrigerator; the second shows the method of lagging boilers and hot and cold pipes; the third shows various examples of poor heat conductors - wool, fur, feathers and snow.

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Transference of Heat

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