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: TERMOFISIKA
: Fenomena Alam (Pengertian Dasar) * Konsep suhu secara mikroskopis (Teori Kinetik Gas) Alat ukur suhu (Kesetimbangan Termal) Kalor (transfer energi karena perbedaan suhu benda)

Tujuan Pembelajaran, mahasiswa mampu


- memerikan (describes) fenomena alam yang berhubungan dengan termofisika - menjelaskan kembali pengertian-pengertian dasar termofisika - menjelaskan kembali konsep suhu secara mikroskopis

PUSTAKA RUJUKAN

I. Fenomena Alam/keseharian: Termofisika

Some applications related to Gas Phenomenon

Mesin motor 4 Tak (4 stroke)


http://rembhol.blogspot.com/2009_08_01_archive.html

Camshaft

16 valves

Kesehatan

cuaca

Interaksi Organisme Berdarah-panas terhadap lingkungan berbasis kalor

Termofisika: Pengantar ke teori kinetik gas

TAUTAN PEMBELAJARAN TERMOFISIKA


Celciuso F = (9/5).o Fahrenheit C + o o C 32= (5/9) ( F 32) Reamur Kelvin (absolut) o K= C+ 273,15 SUHU Ukuran (kuantitas) panas/dingin benda Panas/Dingin? TErMos Sensasi yang ? dirasa THERMAL EXPANSION Pemuaian benda padat/gas akibat Fisika: Mengukur / perubahan suhu Menghitung! Prinsip: Kesetimbangan suhu/termal perlu waktu sesaat agar dua benda berbeda suhu, setara suhunya rapat/tidaknya atom, menentukan mudah/tidaknya benda rapat/tidaknya atom: massa benda mudah/tidaknya benda menjadi panas/dingin Jumlah kalor Q yang terkandung dalam massa m benda untuk menaikkan suhu benda Q = m.c.t KALOR dapat diubah menjadi ENERGI (tara kalor mekanik) 1 kalori = 4,186 joule 1 joule = 0,239 kalori

Termomete r

secara mikro, semua materi tersusun atas atom

TERMOFISIKA

Saat dua benda (m1 & m2 ) berbeda suhu dikontakkan, akan terjadi perpindahan kalor Q-1 = Q-2 t <
in out

saat

inter sistem

sistem atau antar sistem-lingkungan (mekanisme perpindahahan antar sistemkalor) antar sistem-lingkungan
lingkungan

tm1 dapat berpindah di dalam Kalor

m1

KONVEKS I

KONDUKS I

RADIAS I

body's metabolism : sweating, prespiration

expansion of gaseous

constant pressure, Gay Lussac's law constant temperature, Boyle's law varied pressure, temperature & volume, BoyleGay Lussac's law

solut e expansio n

solid object heate d

objec
hot/col d
sensation of thermal condition s is quantized a

phase change
having temperature difference s

absorbed & released heat


two objects having temperatur e differences and in contact each other

heat,

expansio n
1D, linier () 2D, area () 3D, volume ()

temperatu re
measure d using

heat transf er mechanis

Black's principle

thermomet er
scale (unit) conversion

conductio conversi n on body's metabolism : radiatio n sweating,


prespiration

II. TEMPERATURE: Kinetic Theory of Gases


Gas Ideal

optional

(Ideal) Gas - An atomic view of thermal energy and temperature Imaginary gas that perfectly fits all the assumptions of the kinetic molecular theory .

http://kaffee.50webs.com/Science/activities/Chem/Activity.Gas_Laws.PSet1.html

Five (5) assumptions of kinetic molecular theory of gas

1. Gases made of tiny particles far apart relative to their size. 2. Collisions between gas particles and between particles and container walls are elastic collisions. 3. Gas particles are in continuous random motion . 4. There are no forces of attraction or repulsion between gas particles . 5. The average kinetic energy of gas particles depends on the temperature of the gas. All gases at the same temperature have the same average kinetic energy. Thus, the smaller mass particles-have higher velocity .
(elastic collisions = one in which there is no net loss of kinetic energy)

http://physicsed.buffalostate.edu/Wiley/CJ6e/links14.html http://whs.wsd.wednet.edu/Faculty/Busse/MathHomePage/busseclasses/apphysics/studyguides/chapter11_2008/Ch apter11StudyGuide2008.html

http://www.astarmathsandphysics.com/a_level_physics_notes/thermal_physics_and_gases/a_level_physics_notes_ki netic_theory_of_gases.html http://quantumfreak.com/derivation-of-pvnrt-the-equation-of-ideal-gas/

Consider a rectangular box with length L, areas of ends A1 and A2. There is a single molecule with speed vx traveling left and right to the end of the box by colliding with the end walls. The time between collisions with the wall is the distance of travel between wall collisions divided by the speed. 1. The frequency of collisions with the wall in collisions per second is 2. According to Newton, force is the time rate of change of the momentum 3. The momentum change is equal to the momentum after collision minus the momentum before collision. Since we consider the momentum after collision to be mv, the momentum before collision should be in opposite direction and therefore equal to -mv. 4. According to equation #3, force is the change in momentum divided by change in time . To get an equation of average force in term of particle velocity , we take change in momemtum multiply by the frequency from equation #2. 5.

The pressure, P, exerted by a single molecule is the average force per unit area, A. Also V=AL which is the volume of the rectangular box. 6. Lets say that we have N molecules of gas traveling on the x-axis. The pressure will be

7. To simplify the situation we will take the mean square speed of N number of molecules instead of summing up individual molecules. Therefore, equation #7 will become

8. Earlier we are trying to simplify the situation by only considering that a molecule with mass m is traveling on the x axis. However, the real world is much more complicated than that. To make a more accurate derivation we need to account all 3 possible components of the particles speed, vx, vy and vz . 9. Since there are a large number of molecules we can assume that there are equal numbers of molecules moving in each of co-ordinate directions. 10. Because the molecules are free too move in three dimensions, they will hit the walls in one of the three dimensions one third as often. Our final pressure equation becomes 11. However to simplify the equation further, we define the temperature, T, as a measure of thermal motion of gas particles because temperature is much easier to measure than the speed of the particle. The only energy involve in this model is kinetic energy and this kinetic enery is proportional to the temperature T. 12. To combine the equation #11 and #12 we solve kinetic energy equation #12 for mv2.

13. Since the temperature can be obtained easily with simple daily measurement like a thermometer, we will now replace the result of kinetic equation #13 with with a constant R times the temperature, T. Again, since T is proportional to the kinentic energy it is logical to say that T times k is equal to the kinetic energy E. k, however, will currently remains unknown. 14. Combining equation #14 with #11, we get: 15. Because a molecule is too small and therefore impractical we will take the number of molecules, N and divide it by the Avogadros number, NA= 6.0221 x 1023/mol to get n (the number of moles) 16. Since N is divided by Na, k must be multiply by Na to preserve the original equation. Therefore, the constant R is created. 17. Now we can achieve the final equation by replacing N (number of melecules) with n (number of moles) and k with R. 17. Calculation of R & k According to numerous tests and observations, one mole of gas is a 22.4 liter vessel at 273K exerts a pressure of 1.00 atmosphere (atm). From the ideal gas equation above: A. B.

C.

Deskripsi fisika mengenai gas

Keterhubungan temperatur dengan Energi Kinetik atom dan molekul-molekul gas

1. Temperature Domain
The temperature of an ideal gas is a measure of the average kinetic energy of the atoms that make up the gas

rms speed and temperature

Thermal Energy is directly proportional to temperature.

2. Temperature-Volume Domain

Jacques Charles (1878)

3. Pressure-Volume Domain (Boyles Law)

Robert Boyle

4. Pressure-Temperature Domain (GayLussacs Law)

Joseph Louis GayLussac (1802)

http://www.oswego.edu/~kanbur/a100/lecture10.html

http://cfbt-us.com/wordpress/?cat=5

Review Keterhubungan temperatur dengan Energi Kinetik atom dan molekul-molekul gas

http://reich-chemistry.wikispaces.com/J.+Brock+Gas+Laws

Ideal Gas Math Description


(pressure X volume = mass X constant R X temperature).

Latihan soal Teori Kinetik Gas


Before going to some sample problems, let's be very clear: EVERY TEMPERATURE USED IN A CALCULATION MUST BE IN KELVINS, NOT DEGREES CELSIUS. Example #1: A gas is collected and found to fill 2.85 L at 25.0C. What will be its volume at standard temperature? Solution: Convert 25.0C t Kelvin and you get 298 K. Standard temperature in like this:

Remember that you have to plug into the equation in a very specific way. The temperatures and volumesand Example #2: 4.40 L of a gas is collected at 50.0C. What will be its volume upon cooling to 25.0C? First of all, 2.20 L is the wrong answer. Sometimes a student will look at the temperature being cut in half and reason that the volume must also be cut in half. That would be true if the temperature was in Kelvin. However, in this problem the Celsius is cut in half, not the Kelvin. Solution:rt 50.0C to 323 K and 25.0C to 298 K. Then plug into the equation and solve for x, like this:

Example #3: 5.00 L of a gas is collected at 100 K and then allowed to expand to 20.0 L. What must the new temperature be in order to maintain the same pressure (as required by Charles' Law)? Answer:

Example #4: a 2.5 liter sample of gas is at STP. When the temperature is raised to 273C and the pressure remains constant, what is the new volume? Example #5: An ideal gas at 7.00 C is in a spherical flexible container having a radius of 1.18 cm. The gas is heated at constant pressure to 88.0 C. Determine the radius of the spherical container after the gas is heated. [Volume of a sphere = (4/3)r3] oblem.

TERMOFISIKA
Panas / Dingin (benda)
panas dan dingin adalah sifat termal alami sebuah benda panas dan dingin hanya sensasi yang dapat dirasakan melalui indra
peraba (mostly)

seberapa panas atau dinginya benda dinyatakan dengan istilah temperatur/suhu


(temperature is quantification of how hot or cold an object is)

Alat Ukur Suhu


Thermometers are devices used to measure the temperature of an object or a system Celsius scale: Temp. of icewater (water steam) mixture defined as 0C (100C) Freezing point vs. boiling point of water Distance between these 2 points divided into 100 equal segments Fahrenheit scale: Most common scale used in the U.S. Employs a smaller degree than Celsius scale Uses a different zero of temperature than Celsius scale Temperature of the freezing point of water is set at 32F Temperature of the boiling point of water is set at 212F 180 divisions between these 2 points

For reference use, room temperatur e is set to be 25oC

Room temperature is about 20 atau 25C, a hot summer day might be 40 C, and a cold winter day would be around -20 C.

Prinsip Pengukuran suhu/temperat ur sebuah benda

Tercapai kesetimbangan suhu (thermal equilibrium) antara termometer dengan benda yang diukur suhunya (butuh waktu) Dirujuk sebagai hukum ke-nol Termodinamika (Zeroth law came to light only in 1930s, long after 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics were established) The flow of energy that occurs between 2 objects or systems due to a temperature difference between them is called heat flow Objects are in thermal contact if heat flow can take place between them Thermal equilibrium exists when two objects in thermal contact with each other cease to exchange energy

Hukum ke-nol Termodinamik a

Definition of temperature relies on the zeroth law of thermodynamics: If objects A and B are in thermal equilibrium with a third object, C, then A and B are in thermal contact with each other

Less formal definition: Every body has a property called temperature. When 2 bodies are in thermal equilibrium, their temperatures are equal, and vice versa Zeroth law used constantly in the lab If we want to know if 2 liquids have same temperature, we measure temperature of each with a thermometer No need to bring them into thermal contact

Skala Temperatur dan Rujukan Suhu Materi

The absolute-zero reference point forms basis of Kelvin temperature scale

Faktor Konversi Skala termometer

Skala temperatur dari dua termometer dapat dikonversi berdasar penetapan jangkauan nilai titik beku ke titik didih air serta selisih titik beku kedua termometer. Misal, faktor konversi skala Celcius ke Fahrenheit. Jangkauan nilai titik beku ke titik didih Celcius 0 100 = 100 skala Jangkauan nilai titik beku ke titik didih Fahrenheit 32 212 = 180 skala Skala titik beku celcius akan fahrenheit celcius setara dengan skala titik beku 5 t o C = ( t o F 32 ) fahrenheit bila dikurangi 32 9 skala. celcius fahrenheit kelvin celcius t o C = t K 273 t oF = 9 o t C + 32 5

Faktor konversi skala suhu termometer bersifat linier, artinya perubahan nilai dari kedua skala akan mengikuti perubahan tetap sesuai persamaan liniernya.

Latihan
Bila dirancang sebuah termometer X yang memiliki skala penunjukkan titik beku air o dan skala penunjukkan titik didih air 90o, carilah faktor konversi 20 termometer X terhadap skala termometer Celcius. At what temperatures do, fahrenheit and celcius thermometer read the same scale?

* Termometer Gas
Ideally, the readings of a thermometer should not depend on material used Gas thermometer comes close to this ideal Principle is that pressure of a gas at constant volume increases with temperature Gas placed in constant-volume container and pressure is measured (manometer in figure above) Calibrated by measuring pressure at 2 temperatures Temperature readings are nearly independent of the gas Pressure varies with temperature when maintaining a constant volume

Pengaturan Suhu tubuh manusia


Mekanisme perpindahan kalor berpengaruh pada pengaturan suhu tubuh

http://www.colorado.edu/intphys/Class/IPHY3430-200/021metabolism-energy.htm

Secara khusus, pengaturan suhu tubuh manusia dilakukan oleh mekanisme umpan balik syaraf (pada kelenjar hypothalmus) yang kemudian disebarkan hingga ke seluruh penampang permukaan kulit.

Body and Oral Temperature

Apa yang dilakukan oleh perawat saat mengukur suhu tubuh pasiennya?

Sensor Suhu dan respon tubuh terhadap perubahan suhu

Thermal Expansion
Most objects (substances) expand when heated and contract when cooled. However, the amount of expansion or contraction varies, depending on materials and sizes. Substance itself is categorized as solid, fluid and gases. Expansion in solid occurs in one dimension (linier), two dimension (area) and three

dimension (volume). Expansion in fluid only occurs in volume dimension. Expansion in gases, however, depends on pressure, temperature and volume.

Three types of thermal expansion in solid

Expansion in one dimension (linier) for solid (metal: ferrum, aluminium, copper)

The thermal expansion of an object is a consequence of the change in the average separation between its constituent atoms or molecules At ordinary temperatures, molecules vibrate with a small amplitude As temperature increases, the amplitude increases. This causes the overall object as a whole to expand For relatively small changes in temperature, the linear dimensions of object change according to L = L0 T (Coefficient of linear expansion, a, depends on the material) in surface area A = A0 T V = V0 Tin volume ( = 2 and = 3 only if a

is the same in all directions

Latihan
The band in the figure is stainless steel (coefficient of linear expansion = 17.3 106 C1 . It is essentially circular with an initial mean radius of 5.0 mm, a height of 4.0 mm, and a thickness of 0.50 mm. If the band just fits snugly over the tooth when heated to a temperature of 80C, what is the linier and area expansion band when it normally stored in a temperature of 20C?

III. KALOR (Heat)


Kalor Istilah kalor diperkenalkan untuk menyatakan adanya aliran (yang sebenarnya merupakan bentuk energi) yang timbul manakala dua buah benda berbeda suhu dikontakkan (didekatkan secara fisik) aliran dalam bentuk transfer energi panas (kalor) akan berhenti manakala suhu dua benda yang berkontak fisik terukur sama tercapai kesetimbangan termal. Arah aliran kalor adalah dari benda suhu tinggi ke benda suhu rendah Kalor Jenis menyatakan - kemampuan sebuah benda/materi/zat dalam menampung kalor. - jumlah energi yang harus ditambahkan untuk menaikkan suhu per satuan massa benda sebesar satu satuan suhu (oC atau K) (laju memanaskan benda?) - jumlah energi yang harus dibuang untuk menurunkan suhu per satuan massa benda sebesar satu satuan suhu (laju mendinginkan benda?)

Jumlah kalor yang

When an object of mass m having heated up or cooled down (i.e., experience temperature changes) then a number of heat is counted. If heat is symbolized by Q and temperature

dilepaskan atau diserap oleh sebuah benda tunggal

changes is t, then heat is proportional to objects mass and temperature changes

Q m t
Some material are easily heating up and some dont. It refers to material characteristics which is known as specific heat (c).

Total amount of heat Q required to change the temperature of and object is expressed by is amount of heat of single object due to temperature changing

Q = m c t

- objects temperature rising - heat is absorbed by the

being heating up

being cooling down

- objects temperature droping - heat is released by the

heat:
transferred energy through temperature difference Latihan
If wood is easily to burn, why it used as isolator for frying pans handle? Explain! Bila merujuk arah aliran kalor, mengapa tubuh yang suhu normalnya 37oC merasa seperti menyerap kalor pada saat cuaca udara panas (32oC)? Jelaskan how much heat is absorbed by your body (c = 0.83 kal/kg.Co) when exposed to sunlight in a hot day (t = 32 oC). Analyze how absorbed heat could affect you

When you turn on the hot water to wash dishes, the water pipes have to heat up. How much heat is absorbed by a copper water pipe with a mass of 2.3 kg when its temperature is raised from 20.0oC to 80.0oC? Q = m c t Q = (2.3kg) (390J/kgoC)(60.0oC) Q = 53820 J or 54 kJ

Hukum perpindahan Kalor (Azas Black)

Dalam sistem tertutup yaitu sistem yang di dalamnya tidak memungkinkan terjadinya perpindahan energi dari atau ke lingkungan bila dua benda yang berlainan suhu didekatkan, maka jumlah kalor yang dilepas oleh benda yang lebih tinggi suhunya sama dengan jumlah kalor yang diterima oleh benda yang lebih rendah suhunya. Proses ini dikenal dengan nama asas black dan ditulis sebagai

Q =Q m c t = m c t
released absorbed 1 1 2 2

The amount of heat released by the subtance with higher temperature is equal to the amount of heat absorbed by the subtance with lower temperature.

Latihan

kesetaraan kalor mekanik (Keterkaitan Kerja dengan Kalor)

James Prescott Joule dengan percobaannya. Ia berusaha membuktikan bahwa ada keterkaitan antara energi mekanik (gerak) dengan energi termal. Air di dalam wadah yang terus menerus diaduk (diberikan energi mekanik/gerak) lama kelamaan akan naik suhunya. Bila energi gerak dinyatakan dengan satuan joule, kenaikan suhu yang pada dasarnya menaikkan energi termal dinyatakan dengan satuan kalori, terdapat hubungan konversi

Energi mekanik berupa gerak dapat muncul dalam bentuk tarikan/dorongan yang

berkerja pada sebuah luas penampang. Konsep ini merupakan cikal bakal lahirnya mesin

*The Experiment (bom kalorimeter)

Latihan

Seorang wanita (m = 60 kg) menyantap kue dan ice cream secara berlebihan. Ia sadar kelebihan kalori sebesar 500 kkal. Karenanya, ia ingin membuang kelebihan kalori tersebut dengan cara jogging menaiki tangga. Berapa tinggi tangga yang harus ia naiki untuk mengkompensasi (mengurangi) kelebihan kalorinya tersebut?
500 kkal dalam satuan joule setara dengan (500 kkal) x (4,186 . 103 J/kkal) = 2,09 . 106 J. Kerja yang dibutuhkan untuk menaiki tangga secara vertikal setinggi h adalah W = mgh,

h=

W 2,09 .10 6 J = = 3550 m mg (60 kg) (9,8 m/s2 )

Ternyata, wanita ini harus menaiki tangga setinggi gunung! (Hal ini wajar saja, karena tubuh manusia tidak mengubah energi dengan efisiensi 100%, tetapi hanya sekitar 20% saja!)

IV. PERPINDAHAN KALOR (Heat)


Mekanisme perpindahan kalor (umum)

compensation of the law of energy conservation.

conduction is heat transfer mechanism within internal object


without movement of their particle's contents

condution mechanisms act upon :


(1) transfer through free electrons (2) transfer through interparticles collision p

conduction heat tranfer rate (H) :

H = heat transfer rate Q = heat flow (J) t = time interval (s)

k = thermal conductivity (J/s.m.Co) A = cross sectional area (m2) L = distance between two ends of object (m) T = temperature difference (oC C)

Q kAT = . t L

Latihan
Sebuah lampu pijar memancarkan energi panas dan menembus dinding kaca sebuah inkubator. Hitung laju aliran panas yang menembus kaca jika ukuran (1,0 x 0,75) m2 dan tebalnya 3,0 mm. Suhu di dalam inkubator 20oC dan di luar 25oC (k-kaca = 0,84 J/m.s.oC) Luas kaca, A = 1,0 x 0,75 0,7 m2 Panjang lintasan penjalaran panas, l = 3,0 . 10 3 m Besarnya laju aliran panas adalah
H = kA t l

Seseorang berjalan

5 x 10 5 kkal/s.K

membangkitkan kalor 0,07 kkal/s. Jika permukaan tubuhnya 1,5 m2 dan kalor dibangkitkan 0,03 m dibawah kulitnya, berapa selisih suhu antara permukaan kulit dengan bagian dalam kulit. Termal konduksi yang dibangkitkan otot

convection
latin : com (together) + vehere (to carry)

is the process whereby heat is transferred by the mass movement of their molecules collectively

(1) natural convection

(2) forced convection

convection heat tranfer rate (H) :

H =

H = heat transfer h = thermal convectivity (J/s.m2.Co) A = cross sectional area (m2) T = temperature difference (oC)

Q = h A T t

Test your self!

(1) explain how weather change! (see figure in natural convection) (2) explain how a refregerator and air conditioner work! ( see figure in forced convection) (3) does it worth cooling a room by letting the refrigerator door opened? (4) does an electric fan cool the air? why or why not? if not, why

radiation
is the process of heat transnfer in the form of electromagnetic wave
As it in form of electromagnetic wave, so it doesnt need medium to travel. The biggest radiation ever is sun light. Normally, every objects (as it has certain temperature) are source of heat and emit radiation. This was stated by Stefan and Boltzmann.

Stefan-Boltzmann's Law on Radiation

H =

H = heat transfer e = emissivity ; where 0 < e < 1 = Stefan-Boltzmann constant = 5.67 . 10 8 W/m2.K4 A = cross sectional area (m2) T = absolute temperature (K) Absorption and emission of radiation (explanation of emissivity e)

Q = e A T 4 t

Emission is another type of radiation: A type of heat transfer where the heat is transferred directly from the surface of an object as an infrared energy.

Latihan
Dalam laboratorium, seorang tanpa busana dengan luas permukaan badan 1,4 m2 dan emisivitas 0,85 mempunyai suhu kulit 37oC. Jika ia berdiri di tengah ruangan tertutup bersuhu 20oC, berapa banyak kalor yang hilang dari orang tersebut per menitnya?
Q t 4 = e A ( T 4 To )
= 0,85(1,4)(5,67.10-8)(3104 2934)(60) = 7550 Watt

4 4 Q = e A ( T To ) t

Example: How much does the human body radiate? -----------------------------------------------------------Body temperature = 37oC = 37 +273 = 310 K, Estimate surface area A = 1.5 m2 e = 0.70

H = e A T4

= (0.70)(5.67 x 10-8)(1.5 m2)(310)4

= 550 watts (5 light bulbs) -----------------------------------------------------------The sun provides 1000 W/m2 at the Earth's surface. 30 % is reflected by human skin. 700 W is absorbed per square meter.

Test your self!


(1) explain, what makes the difference between convectionconduction and radiation processes (2) a person seat in AC room of 20oC. If his body's area, temperature and emissivity are 2 m2, 37oC, 0.70 each and is 5.67 . 10 8 W/m2.K4, determine energy radiated from his body

(do you know?) The human body is a heat-generating object

*Cooling of Body (Temperature Regulation)

Hm = Hc + Hr + Hs + Hl
Hm = kalor dr metabolime (70 1400 kkal/h) HC = kalor hilang konveksi = 6,1 A (Ts Ta) kkal/h Hr = kalor hilang radiasi = 5,6 A (Ts Ta) kkal/h Hs = kalor hilang evaporasi keringat = 580r kkal/h Hl = kalor hilang evaporasi dr paru-paru = 9 kkal/h

A = luas bidang tubuh Ts = suhu kulit ; Ta = suhu udara r = laju keringat (kg/h)

The cooling effect of perspiration evaporation makes use of the very large heat of vaporization of water. This heat of vaporization is 540 calories/gm at the boiling point, but is even larger, 580 cal/gm, at the normal skin temperature.

Simplified model of the process by which the human body gives off heat. Even when inactive, an adult male must lose heat at a rate of about 90 watts as a result of his basal metabolism.
http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/thermo/coobod.html#c1

Infrared Thermography
Infrared thermography is equipment or method, which detects infrared energy emitted from object, converts it to temperature, and displays image of temperature distribution. Characteristics of Infrared Thermography equipment 1. It captures as a temperature distribution on a surface,and it can display as a visible information. 2. Temperature can be measured from a distance without contacting an object. 3. Temperature can be measured in real time. 1. Temperature can be measured easily for a moving object or an object which is dangerous to get close to. 2. Temperature of small object can be measured without confusing the temperature. 3. Temperature of food, medicine or chemicals can be measured in a sanitary fashion. 4. Temperature of an object with drastic temperature change or a phenomenon during a short period of time can be measured. Principle of measurement by Infrared Thermography equipment

Merits of Infrared Thermography equipment

Uses of Thermography
http://www.infracam.co.nz/aboutinfrared.php

*Human Metabolism (Thermodynamics Laws)


Thermo-genesis, (thermo = heat and genesis = creation) which is a rise in your body temperature and a temporary way to increase the rate at which our body burn calories. basal metabolic rate (bmr) is the daily rate of energy consumption while resting but awake
There are a number of things we can do that can bring about thermogenesis and a temporarily speeded up metabolism. Whenever you eat anything, the process of digestion temporarily raises your body temperature as it sets about digesting that food.

Drinking a glass of cold water will temporarily cause thermogenesis for a short while before falling off again. Being active or doing exericise also means that the heat generated by your body rises and will then slowly abate again.

Efficiency Human body as a machine


The metabolic rate is related to the rate at which work is done and heat if transferred

The efficiency of the human body is the ratio between the work rate and the metabolic rate

Entropy
Entropy (S) is a measure of the state of disorder of a system The change in Entropy (S) of a system between two equilibrium states is given by the energy transferred in a reversible path divided by the absolute temperature T of the system in this interval

S =

Qr T

Second law of thermodynamics: the entropy of the universe increases in all natural processes.