What is a thermal conduction?
Heat is transmitted via three methods: Conduction, radiation and convection.
Conduction is the transmission of heat from one point to other one by means of a non-gaseous element or conductor. In other words, the heat is transmitted by a solid or liquid conductor.
It is not quite correct to talk about conducting "cold" or "hot". Thermal conduction is always measured between different temperatures, one colder, one warmer. It is the thermal conduction of energy between, tending to reduce the difference in temperatures. The metal with the best thermal conduction is silver. There are two different types of conduction: thermal and electrical conduction. Metals have thermal and electrical conduction in close proportion, unlike many non-metals. Silver has the highest…