A combustion heating system.
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burning wood,sharpening pencils, water evaporation, tearing paper, and stirring tea and coffee. burning wood,sharpening pencils, water evaporation, tearing paper,and stirring tea and coffee.
The burning of gasoline is a chemical change. The evaporation of gasoline is a physical change. This is a physical change because it is a change in state of matter (from liquid to gas).
Several thing scan cause a burning smell from a car A/C. One cause can be that the compressor is burning up. Another possibility is a wiring shortage.
Evaporation, melting, burning, reactions of the molecules of the object being baked.
Residue is the solid material left when a fuel has finished burning. Residue can also be left behind after evaporation or distillation.
Any smell from the car vents is unrelated to the AC system unless it is an antiseptic smell. Generally, the smells are environmental from your engine compartment, where the fresh air is taken from. If you smell something burning from the vents, then something is heating up to much under your hood. Check your compressor for a worn clutch, or oil leaking onto the exhaust manifold.
The candle melts; also burning, evaporation and thermal decomposition of some components of the candle.
evaporation of water.
Sounds like the a/c compressor is locking up and burning both the a/c clutch and the belt..........
No, it sounds like the compressor is failing.
If it is too low on coolant the ac compressor will not engage. It is a safety feature to keep from burning it up. Try to add freon and as the pressure builds the compressor should kick on. If you are sure you have adequate coolant; it could be anything from electrical to a frozen compressor.
Phenomena during the candle burning:- melting- evaporation- oxydation- thermal decompositionIt is a chemical change because gas is use as a chemical. It also has friction when your trying to light it. The match is similar.Burning a candle is a chemical change because the wick is being changed into two things: ash and smoke. It is no longer a wick, and it's properties have changed.because oxygen is reacting with the flame...
A car heater that smells like burning rubber could be an indication of a belt that is slipping. The slipping belt smell can be drawn in from the engine compartment into the passenger cabin.
Mabe your compressor clutch is no good. A good way to check it is to disconnect the wires that go to compressor then turn your ac on. If it does not burn the fuse it means your compressor clutch is bad.
It could be your heater fan bearing. But more than likely its something in your engine compartment that is making the smell. Such as oil burning on the exhaust or a worn accessory belt.
Possible that the ac compressor is locking up.
sounds like your A.C. compressor clutch is locking up
Call an HVAC repairman. You're probably low on freon and a protection system is keeping the compressor from burning up. Sounds like to me it is a protection device. Probably an internal overload on the compressor. Have you checked the outside coils they may be blocked with dirt? This would cause the compressor to go out on overload.
Some possibilities: (1) The internal cabin temperature sensor may be bad. (2) The relay that controls the A/C compressor is bad. (3) The A/C refrigerant needs re-charging (if there is not enough in the system the compressor will not turn on, in order to prevent itself from burning out).
From engine compartment?- valve cover oil leak coolant leak-radiator/hoses from exhaust- black- too rich blue- burning oil white- blown headgasket, cracked head, engine is burning coolant
it is probably the ac compressor locked up
CO2 - breathing, burning fuel. H2O - heat (evaporation). Methane - farting - mostly by cows. Complex hydrocarbons - industrial processes.
What most likely is happening is the A/C compressor has gone bad and its not able to turn when it is switched on. The burning rubber smell is probably the belt sliding across the compressor pulley that's not turning.
1.burning a piece of paper 2.water evaporation 3.milk goes sour 4.match is lit 5.rusting of screws