Heat transfer is a hugely complex field, and you must consider everything from specific heat, mass density thermal diffusivity, energy velocity, energy accumulation, conductive/convective energy flow, evaporation, all as a function of position, time and initial temperature conditions.is there any equation for a formula that converts dissipateing energy over a given volume into heat in degrees?
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