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Transfers of energy in a hairdryer?
Motor action occurs when electromagnetic energy (electricity) is converted into mechanical energy (rotation) by the fan motor. The fan then turns and air moves through t…he device. Electromagnetic energy (that same electricity) is also converted into thermal energy in the heating element, and from there the heat is transferred into the air as it passes by.
Is the act of witcht the energy flows through out space to the earth, and how impotant it is to our atmosphere.
Energy transferred is the movement of energy from one body to another,for example transfer of energy from hotter body to a cooler body.
uhmm... ELECTRICAL ENERGY- MECHANICAL ENERGY- SOUND ENERGY-HEAT ENERGY :)
electrical to heat
The hairdryer usually use the electrical energy. When heated, the hairdryer will convert electrical energy to heat energy which can then be used for hair drying.
convection. conduction, radiation, wave
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Electrical energy is transformed into heat energy by the coils inside and kinetic energy by the fan inside.
A hair-dryer doesn't produce energy. It consumes electrical energy, and uses it first to raise the temperature of some air, and then to impart kinetic energy to the heated… air and blow it out the end of the hair dryer. The rate at which the hair dryer uses electrical energy is usually marked prominently on the appliance ... typically anywhere from a few hundred watts to 1200 or 1300 watts.
Electrical energy is transformed into heat energy. But that heat has to passed to the hair. So a fan operates in which electrical energy is changed into mechanical energy.
Electricity is converted partially in to heat by means of a heating element built in the dryer. Another part of electricity is converted to a circular motion of an electri…c motor with a fan, which forces the hot air out of the hairdryer.