Heater and Heat Transfer Systems
Heat transfer is the transfer of energy between two or more objects with different temperatures through conduction, convection, radiation, or the combination of these pathways. The mathematical modeling of this transfer is the main subject of heat transfer. Heat transfer is related to thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and materials.
Convection Heat Transfer is mainly caused by the movement of molecules in masses. The fluid in motion between two surfaces at different temperatures provides heat convection during this movement. Conduction Heat Transfer takes place in a stagnant environment, thanks to vibrations in the lattice structure of the molecules in contact with each other, the heat is transferred to the next molecule. In Radiation Heat Transfer, a medium is not required for heat transfer. It is possible to say that there is heat transfer by radiation as long as there is a temperature difference between the surfaces that see each other.
Heat transfer is present in every part of our lives. Savoras handles heating systems and heat transfer systems in a way that meets the needs of the defense industry and R&D studies for commercial/semi-commercial systems.