When each object has the same energy, energy transfer can still occur between objects. The object with the greatest mass or traveling speed will transfer the energy.
heat transfer happens because objects that have energy, meaning vibrating atoms will bump against others and transfer the energy to the other atoms and so on. and also because things always have a tendency to have more entropy as time passes.
Electricla Energy becomes kinetic energy and sound energy
Yes, it does happen. What is the question?
nothing can happen without energy being transferred
Convection is transfer of thermal energy using particlesConduction is the transfer of thermal energy through a solidRadiation is the transfer of energy using the waves ex.The waves from the sun in space
How does it happen? If there's a chemical change, it's energy conversion, if it's a physical change, it's energy transfer.
If heat is being transferred by conduction, separating the two objects will stop heat transfer by that means.If heat transfer is by convection, stopping the flow of fluid between two objects will eliminate that means of heat transfer. One notable way of doing that is to interpose a vacuum between the two objects.If heat transfer is by radiation, the energy has to be sent out by the source and absorbed by the sink without interruption. If that can be interrupted then that can't happen. Some ways of achieving this areplace a non-transparent barrier between the source and sink - of course if the barrier absorbs the heat and then re-radiates it out the other side you still have heat transfermake the surface of the sink perfectly reflective - in which case no energy would be absorbed and thus no heat transfer would occur. Note that getting perfect reflectivity is impossible as far as we know.separate the source and the sink an infinite distance such that attenuation of the transmitted energy would reduce it to zero. Of course we don't have infinite distance to work with so that will only work for a thought experiment.Of course in all cases if the temperatures of two objects are the same, no heat transfer will occur no matter what mode of heat transfer you are considering.
You have to have two objects at different temperatures near each other, when two or more objects have the same temperature.
Heat energy will be transferred from the hotter objects to cooler objects until they are all at the same temperature.
Heat energy involves the transfer of energy from a hotter body to a colder one. This can happen via radiation, conduction, or convective circulation.
it's sort of like diffusion, the object with the higher temperature will transfer its energy through conduction to the cooler object. after long enough, they will have the same temperature.
No. Radiated energy is electromagnetic radiation and can travel through a vacuum. The method of heat transfer in a heated liquid is convection, though it can also happen in a gas.
Energy is transferred during earthquakes by mechanical waves that travel through the earth. These are known as seismic waves.
Force of gravity also increases proportionally.
The force of gravity between two objects will increase if their distances decrease. The force of gravity or proportional to the objects' masses, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
Energy is transferred from the photons in the light to the molecules of the earth material.
It doesn't quite make sense for that to happen. Obviously it doesn't make sense from the point of view of energy conservation. Also, mechanical energy consists of kinetic energy - so all objects would suddenly have to stop moving. Mechanical energy also consists of potential energy (including gravitational potential energy), so all objects would suddenly have to be at the lowest possible gravitational potential - presumably, all objects in the Universe would have to come together into a black hole or something like that.
Energy must transfer to the carbon dioxide from its surroundings
The kinetic energy would transfer Ping Pong ball!
it would act as if two electrostaticly charged objects were seperated.
These transfers of energy happen inside each cell. It is stored in plant cells by cellular respiration, which is the process by which plants gain energy.
Conduction can only happen between stuff that touch each other. In empty space, Nothin is touching anything, so there can't be any transfer.
Atoms transfer sound energy through vibrations. If there are no atoms, such as in a vacuum, sounds cannot be transmitted.
It is rare because it takes a lot of energy for a spirit to do physically move an object, but it does happen.
The electrostatic forces between two objects that have the same kind of charge act in the direction to push the objects apart.