Three possibilities: 1. The heater is plugged with rust. 2. The radiator cap is not maintaining adequate pressure in the system. Raising the pressure prevents boiling. Rad caps contain springs that weaken with use. 3. The coolant contains too little antifreeze (too much water) and the thermostat is stuck open. Flush the system, replace the thermostat and rad cap and refill the system with 70% propylene glycol and 30% water. (Not ethylene glycol - when it spills it poisons animals.) If the problem persists replace the heater core.
It takes more heat to boil water than to simply heat water. Unless the water is already at its boiling point.
You'd have no heat or air and radiator would boil over causing vehicle damage.
Because when the cap is removed the liquid inside wants to start cooling itself. The heat energy is released by boiling.
The material that will boil water the fastest is metal. Metal is an excellent conductor of heat and will heat the water up quickly.
Because heat changes the temperature of the water
The hot water is in contact with the metal casing of the radiator, so that metal radiator takes some heat from the water. The heat then passes from the inside metal of radiator to the outside metal of the radiator through convection. The outside metal of the radiator then passes it to the air that is blowing by it outside.
The actual process of heating would be exactly the same. Microwave energy would begin to excite molecules of water, making them move more quickly and heating them up. Eventually the ice would melt, then boil. The water would heat up then boil.
Heat can make water boil and turn to the gas form.
Extreme heat...boil the water.
To boil water a quantity of heat must be added to the water. If there is more water it requires more heat be added. The source of heat can only produce so much heat in a given period of time. So it takes it longer to produce the greater amount of heat to boil the greater amount of water.
Radiator is a device to cool the heat engin using water as a coolent
Yes. Just like astronauts can heat air in a satellite you can heat and boil water.
Heat can make water boil, like when you put a pot of water on the stove on high!
Since water is transparent it does not absorb sunlight well, however, you could heat the container that the water is in (especially if it is an opaque container, not a glass container) and then the heated container would heat the water. A solar oven can easily produce enough heat to boil water. If you are not careful it might produce too much heat, and melt the pot.
Conduction of heat energy from the source to the water in the boiler. A pump moves the hot water to the radiator.The heat radiates out from the radiator to the air, where convection then circulates it through the room.
PUT THE WATER IN THE POT, PUT THE HEAT ON, AND WAIT.
Boil it like water
to boil the water
Actually, you can boil liquids, and cotton is not a liquid. If you apply heat to cotton, it would burn before it would boil.
because the oil makes the water have more heat which makes the water boil fast.
Latent heat has the ability to do something in a given time period. Take a water heated radiator, latent heat has the ability to make the radiator warm or hot according to the temprature of the water. It will continue to do this until the water stops flowing through the radiator and the radiator begins to cool.
the water will not sterilize if you boil the water! the water still has bacteria in the water even if you heat it up; that's because some bacteria is heat resistant and will not die through the process.
Make sure the radiator fan is working. Your thermostat is broken.
If you increase the temperature of the heat source, you decrease the time it takes to boil the water.