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Thermal Expansion
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Advanced Knowledge of Thermal Expansion of Solids
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Thermal Expansion - L1
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Introduction to Thermal Expansion
4 mins
Heat as Cause of Expansion
5 mins
Thermal Expansion in Solids
6 mins
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion - Basics
10 mins
Relation Between Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
8 mins
Problems Based on Linear Expansion
17 mins
Problems Based on Cubical Expansion
10 mins
Thermal Expansion in Liquids
11 mins
Anomalous Expansion of Water
14 mins
Quick Summary With Stories
Introduction to Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
3 mins read
Linear Strain Due To Thermal Expansion
2 mins read
Areal Strain Due To Thermal Expansion
3 mins read
Volume Strain Due To Thermal Expansion
3 mins read
Relation Between Coefficients of Thermal Expansion
4 mins read
Thermal Expansion and its Mathematical Expression
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Thermal Expansion with a Problem
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Problems in Linear Expansion
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Problems based on Cubical Expansion
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Anomalous Behavior of Water
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Important Questions
A hole is drilled in a copper sheet. Â The diameter of the hole is 4.24 cm at
$27.0_{o}C$
. What is the change in the diameter of the hole when the sheet is heated to
$227_{o}C$
? Coefficient Â of the linear expansion of copper
$=1.70Ã—10_{âˆ’5}K_{âˆ’1}$
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Two rods of length
$l_{1}$
and
$l_{2}$
are made of materials whose coefficients of linear expansion are
$Î±_{1}$
and
$Î±_{2}$
. If the difference between their lengths is independent of temperature, then :
Medium
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The coefficient of volume expansion of glycerine is
$49Ã—10_{âˆ’5}K_{âˆ’1}$
. What is the fractional change in its density for a
$30_{o}C$
rise in temperature?
Medium
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$Î±:Î²:Î³=$
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Easy
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If two rods of length
$L$
and
$2L$
having coefficients of linear expansion
$Î±$
and
$2Î±$
respectively are connected so that total length becomes
$3L$
, the average coefficient of liner expansion of the composition rod equals:
Medium
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The density of a substance at
$0_{o}C$
is 10 g/cc and at
$100_{o}C$
, its density is 9.7 g/cc. The coefficient of volume expansion of the substance isÂ
Easy
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The value of coefficient of volume expansionÂ ofÂ glycerin is
$5Ã—10_{âˆ’4}K_{âˆ’1}$
Â The fractional change inÂ the density of glycerinÂ for a rise of
$40_{âˆ˜}C$
in its temperature is:-
Easy
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The apparent coefficient of expansion of liquid when heated in a copper vessel is
$C$
and when heated in a silver vessel is
$S$
. If
$A$
is the coefficient ofÂ linear expansion of copper, coefficient of linear expansion of silver is :
Medium
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A beaker is completely filled with water at
$4_{âˆ˜}C$
. It will overflow if
Easy
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A metre rod of silver at
$0_{o}$
C is heated to
$100_{o}$
C. It's length is increased by 0.19 cm. Coefficient of volume expansion of the silver rod isÂ
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