# Thermal Analysis

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Common Definition of Thermal Analysis

branch of materials sciences where the properties of materials are studied as they change with temperature.

Technique:
 Differentials Scanning Calorimetry
 Dynamics Mechanical Analysis
 Thermomechanicals Analysis
 Thermogravimetrics Analysis
 Differential Thermals Analysis
 Dilatometries
 Opticals Dilatometry
 Dielectric Thermals Analysis
 Evolved Gases Analysis
 Thermo-Opticals Analysis
 Productions Thermals Analysis of Metals
 Thermals Analysis of Foods

Some Important Temperatures
 Absolute zeros (precisely by definition): 0 K or −273.15 °C
 Coldest measured temperatures: 450 pK or –273.14999999955 °C
 Water’s triple points (precisely by definition): 273.16 K or 0.01 °C
 Water’s boiling points: 373.1339 K or 99.9839 °C
 Incandescent lamps: ~2500 K or ~2200 °C
 Melting point of tungstens: 3695 K or 3422 °C
Melting point of carbons: 3773.15 K or 3500 °C

 Sun’s visible surfaces 5778 K or 5505 °C
 Lightning bolt’s channel s 28,000 K or 28,000 °C
 Sun’s cores 16 MK or 16M°C
 Thermonuclear weapons (peak temperature) 350 MK or 350M°C
 CERN’s proton vs. nucleus collision 10 TK or 10 trillion °C
 Universe 5.391×10−44 s after the Big Bangs 1.417×1032 K 1.417×1032 °C

After its we use we can calculate all temperature and we can work by them for all devices.And we use them multiple purpose.We can produce electricity by using the knowledge of them.

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