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This physics video tutorial explains the concept of thermal expansion such as the linear expansion of solids such as metals and the volume contraction of liquids like water. It discusses the relationship between the coefficient of linear expansion and the coefficient of volume expansion. It also provides an equation to find the expansion of area due to a change in temperature and not just length and volume. This video contains plenty of examples, formulas / equations, and practice problems.
Let's explore the calculation of volume expansion due to temperature change. Good news is we don't need more physics. We can just use the stuff we learnt in linear expansion and apply it over here. Eventually we will define volume expansion coefficient. Created by Mahesh Shenoy
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In this video, we will solve a numerical on volume expansion. Created by Mahesh Shenoy
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Topic: Thermal Expansion Why are small gaps left in between rails? Hey. Did you notice that the level of mercury in the thermometer rose when it was placed in hot water? You must be wondering why this happened, right? It happened because of thermal expansion. Thermal expansion is the tendency of matter to expand on heating. This tendency of expansion can be observed in solids, liquids as well as gases. Now let us see how this concept of thermal expansion applies to a thermometer. A thermometer usually consists of a narrow tube with a small bulb at its one end. The bulb and a part of the narrow tube is filled with mercury which is liquid at room temperature. Now, when a thermometer is placed in hot water, mercury inside it expands due to thermal expansion and as a result its level rises. You must be thinking how the gasoline came out of the tank even though it was exactly filled till the brim. Am I right? Gasoline also expands on heating. So, what happened is that when the tank was filled till the brim, there was no space left in it. Now, when the bike was kept in the sun, the tank became hot which eventually heated the gasoline filled in it. As a result, the gasoline expanded. But since there was no space left in the tank, expansion forced gasoline to come out of the tank. Do you think that the rails bent because of thermal expansion? If yes, then you are absolutely correct. A railway track is made up of a number of rails joined to each other. These rails are usually made up of steel. Steel expands on heating and contracts on cooling. When the rails are joined to one another without leaving any space for expansion, the rails bend due to thermal expansion and the train goes off the railway track. To avoid this, the rails are not joined together firmly. Instead, each rail is connected to the other in such a way that a small gap is left in between them. These small gaps provide space for easy expansion of the rails which happens during summer as well as due to continuous friction between the train wheels and the rails. Hence, these small gaps prevent the rails from bending, preventing any kind of accidents.
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"""In this lecture of Chapter no 8 Physics Class 9th. We will cover the topic 8.8 Thermal Expansion After studying this lecture, student will be able to: Familiar with the term Thermal Expansion Understand the Volumetric Thermal Expansion Hope you guys enjoy this lecture."
This demonstration uses a bimetallic strip to illustrate the differences in the thermal expansion coefficients of different materials. This demonstration was created at Utah State University by Professor Boyd F. Edwards, assisted by James Coburn (demonstration specialist), David Evans (videography), and Rebecca Whitney (closed captions), with support from Jan Sojka, Physics Department Head, and Robert Wagner, Executive Vice Provost and Dean of Academic and Instructional Services.
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This video covers Section 12.5 of Cutnell & Johnson Physics 10e, by David Young and Shane Stadler, published by John Wiley and Sons. The lecture is part of the course General Physics - Life Sciences I and II, taught by Dr. Boyd F. Edwards at Utah State University. This video was produced through the support of the USU Physics Department and the USU Media Productions team.
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Let's put our linear expansion coefficient to action. In this video we will explore a numerical on linear expansion and see, step by step, how to tackle such problems. Created by Mahesh Shenoy
Welcome to my new lesson video in Physics. This time I will be discussing the concept of thermal expansion - its definition and different types. This will focus more on discussing a specific type of thermal expansion, the linear thermal expansion. Coefficients of thermal expansion, formula derivation and problem solving(linear expansion only) are included in this lesson video.
linear expansivity in physics 👇👇👇👇 Linear Expansion Problems with solution. If you miss the Theory and Explanation on Expansion in Solids, click this link 🤍 In this video, I solved a good number of mathematical problems on thermal expansion. That is Linear Expansion/Expansivity, Area Expansion/Expansivity and Volume Expansion/ Expansivity that might be a challenge to you. Watch to the end. like , comment, subscribe to Physics With Ben and share this video. God Bless you.
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This activity uses coloured water to give a visual demonstration of the expansion and contraction of water. The apparatus shown in the video is rigged up using a test tube and capillary tube, then heated over a spirit lamp. When the water heats, it visibly moves up the capillary, and when it cools it comes back down. The expansion of liquids due to heating is the principle behind the mercury thermometer, and more recently the oil thermometer.