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Question 1: Tiny radiators known as ________ are used to convey heat from the electronic components into a cooling air stream.
Heat sinkPassive fire protectionFire testComputer cooling

Question 2: The ________ constant is used to calculate it, as M = εσT4.
Black bodyPlanck's lawEnergyStefan–Boltzmann law

Question 3: Radiators are ________ used to transfer thermal energy from one medium to another for the purpose of cooling and heating.
WaterFoulingShell and tube heat exchangerHeat exchanger

Question 4: In a ________, hot water or sometimes steam is generated in a central boiler, and circulated by pumps through radiators within the building.
Electric heatingCentral heatingUnderfloor heatingHVAC

Question 5: The majority of radiators are constructed to function in ________, buildings, and electronics.
Disc brakeThrottleAutomobileVacuum servo

Question 6: They operate by passing a liquid coolant through the ________, where it is heated, then through the radiator itself where it loses this heat to the atmosphere.
Cylinder blockEngine displacementStraight-six engineV8 engine

Question 7: The radiator was invented by Franz San Galli, a Polish-born Russian businessman living in ________, between 1855-1857.
Saint PetersburgLeningrad OblastBashkortostanMoscow

Question 8: The radiator is always a source of heat to its environment, although this may be for either the purpose of heating this environment, or for cooling the fluid or ________ supplied to it, as for engine cooling.
HeliumNitrogenCoolantHydrogen







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