- cp -
The energy required to heat a product can be calculated as
q = cp m dt (1)
q = heat required (kJ)
cp = specific heat (kJ/kg K, kJ/kg oC)
dt = temperature difference (K, oC)
10 kg of bronze is heated from 20 oC to 100 oC - a temperature difference 80 oC (K). The heat required can be calculated as
q = (0.435 kJ/kg K) (10 kg) (80 oC)
= 348 kJ
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