Reduce air pressure until it boils at the desired temperature
Generally one uses a constant temperature water bath.
It is to do with ventilation, it makes the air move around the room in a circuit, passing through the vent where it is heated or cooled and put back in to the room at the constant temperature.
Because this heated water changes the temperature of the lake or river into which it is released
Any gas will expand when heated, assuming you keep pressure constant.
it's impossible to keep the gas at constant temperature. it's impossible to keep the gas at constant temperature.
Depends what you mean by "isn't heated quite happily" Guppies are tropical fish and need water temps between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit, 75 degrees is a happy medium for guppies. If your room temperature is a constant 75 degrees then no worries. The best thing anyone can do for their fish is to keep the water temperature constant, you don't want it going up and down even a few degrees.
Because any one measurement of a gas depends on the other two. -- If you keep the pressure of a gas constant and change its temperature, the volume changes. -- If you keep the pressure of a gas constant and change its volume, the temperature changes. -- If you keep the temperature of a gas constant and change its pressure, the volume changes. -- If you keep the temperature of a gas constant and change its volume, the pressure changes. -- If you keep the volume of a gas constant and change its temperature, the pressure changes. -- If you keep the volume of a gas constant and change its pressure, the temperature changes.
Temperature, water content, glucose and urine levels.
The water in your body gets heated, and then the heated water perspires as sweat.
You would use a aquarium chiller to cool the water in your aquarium for certain types of fish that need cooler water then room temperature. It helps to keep the water at a constant temperature.
Given that you are not changing the fluid in your water heater, and your heating source is 100% efficient, and you are paying a constant rate for your heating source, then turn off your water heater. Reason: The water in your water heater will always try to return to room temperature. The rate it returns to the room temperature is governed by the insulation around the water heater and the difference in temperature between your set point and the room temperature. So to keep the water heated to the set temperature, it requires adding the heat that passes through the insulation over time. If your water cools some amount, lets say 10 degrees, there exists a smaller temperature difference between the water temperature and the room temperature, and the cooling rate slows. This is why there is savings if you turn down your room temperature in the winter, or the water temperature.
Basically we should also keep in mind knowledge about voltage and current. If we keep voltage constant then by increase in temperature also increase the attenuation, if we keep current constant then attenuation drops by increasing temperature.
One of water's unique properties is it takes a lot of energy for it to change temperature. Water in the body allows for an organism to keep a constant temperature naturally.
pasterization is where food is heated to a certain temperature to keep it fresh.
No. A spider has no mechanism to maintain its body temperature.
All mammals are classified as endotherms, which means they have some ability to keep a constant body temperature. However, endothermy is not complete, so a disease or extreme outside temperatures could overpower the mammal's ability to keep its body temperature constant.
cause of the constant water temperature changes and that in order to stay alive they have to keep moving forward never back
To keep them at a constant temperature.
Yes. Typically, a gas will approximately expand according to the ideal gas law; this means that if you double the temperature (expressed in kelvin), and keep the temperature constant, the volume will approximately double.
It is important for animals to keep a constant temperature so that the cells are able to perform the chemical reactions that are necessary. To remain functional, the enzymes in the cells need optimal temperatures.
water is heated or cooled inside an animal, and sweat is also a factor. Cats and lizards have vents on either side of their head to let water keep its original temperature.
Whales have the ability to stay long inside the water because they have big lungs. They also keep constant body temperature