the way puppies and dogs can stay warm besides there fur is they huddle in a certain position and the heat from there fur and what ever they are laying on produces heat that keeps them to stay warm or they can also stay warm by cuddling up to you and laying on your lap that produces heat to help stay warm or they sit next to a heater.
it uses its fur to heat up.
First of all, the "block heater" is actually an oil or coolant warmer. It will heat the engine oil or engine coolant depending on location installed, and works similarly to an electric water heater. The rate and maximum temperature that the heating element reaches depends on manufacturer. Circulation of the fluid it heats also plays into how long it will take to warm the engine. In general, the larger the motor, the longer it will take to warm and the more power it will require to stay warm. A 7.3L engine will have a higher volume of coolant to heat where as a 5.9L engine.
Most likely a defective thermostat.However,remember that there is a lot of metal in the engine block that has to heat up too.
The engine would heat up quicker without the heater on but ever so slightly, so it probably doesn't matter.
Crocodiles are cold blooded creatures so they depend on basking in the sun to heat up.
Coiling up - reduces the surface area of the snake - and thus reduces the heat loss.
Does iron warm up when you heat it? Yes, yes it does.
Car heating systems usually rely on the excess heat generated by the engine to heat the passenger compartment. There's a thing that looks just like a small radiator that sits in a fan shroud underneath the dash. When the engine has gotten warm, the coolant liquid that circulates through the engine and this little radiator also gets warm. And by having a fan blow air through the radiator, you get warm air that can be directed out through the vents in the dash into the passenger compartment of the car. There's a lot of metal in the engine that needs to heat up before the coolant is warm enough to heat the radiator enough for it to heat the air that you can send out into the cab.
the engine will never fully warm up, and will not produce heat to the cab area for very long during cold weather
if it is warm it shall heat
THe engine needs to heat up for about ten minutes depending on temp.
carbon dioxide is a good conductor of heat,if you had a bottle of carbon dioxide and heated it up, the carbon dioxide would stay warm.
does the engine not heat up or does the car not blow out warm air when you turn on the heat?If the car is not blowing out warm air when you turn the heat on then you need to check your coolant levels. the heat will turn off if there is not enough coolant in the car.If the temperature gauge shows that your engine is not warming up you may need a new temperature gauge (thermometer)A2. Another source could be that the radiator thermostat is open all the time. This you may easily check by removing the thermostat from the radiator, and checking that it operates by putting it in some water which you bring to the boil.
the vitamin will dissolve in warm water first becaus the warm water will start to heat up the object and then the vitamin will become to soft to stay togather
It's not important to heat up rapidly, but it is important to heat up. If your engine doesn't heat up, a few things will happen: The oil that's used to keep everything lubricated (cylinders, pistons, head, valves, cams..) won't work as it should. Your heater would never blow hot air.
Snow Petrels stay warm because they have especially thick feathers and if they are freezing cold the will fluff up their feathers to stop the heat from escaping.
No heat coming from the heater and the car overheating is usually the thermostat stuck closed. The thermostat is supposed to open up at a certain temperature allowing the engine to warm up quickly.
in most cases your engine thermostat is stuck oped not allowing your engine to warm up fully. a new thermostat and gasket is usually under $10.00
put it on the stove and it will heat up
check thermostat. could be stuck open not allowing engine to warm up properly
they stay cuddle up to each other
"specific heat" It takes more energy to warm up water than to warm up sand.
Bad thermostat? Doesn't close enough to allow engine to warm up properly
well basically they fluff up their feathers to create a layer of heat. sort of like when humans use blankets to keep themselves warm.