...Beauty, cleaning, DIY tips and more - free to join!
   Login   Contact us   Site map   Puzzle Club   Ask a question    Newsletter

You are outside on a cold day and sit down on a metal bench. WHat does it feel like and why? AFter getting up you place your hand whre you have been sitting. WHat it would feel like and exsplain


Question asked by: appuswathi

Asked on: 25 May 2010

The bench feels really cold.

That is because your body is at a warmer temperature than the metal bench and it conducts heat from you which means that you feel cold.

Then when you touch the bench it feels a little warmer than the rest of it was because it has increased its temperature slightly through the transfer of heat energy from your body to it.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 02 Jun 2010
star star star star star
Average rating for this answer is 5 / 5

Rate Answer
Comment or provide your answer to this question
No comments have been added to this question "You are outside on a cold day and sit down on a metal bench. WHat does it feel like and why? AFter getting up you place your hand whre you have been sitting. WHat it would feel like and exsplain".
Ask a New Question

Find out more about Physics

Physics Questions and Answers

cosmology Questions and Answers

Next question: Which contains more thermal energy, an iceberg or a litre of hot water. Explain


Become a Member! It's Free >>>

Share on Facebook: On Twitter: TwitterTweet this!

Question Keywords

feel  hand  exsplain  whre  sitting  getting  metal  

More Questions:

An Athlete Completes One Round Of A Circular Track Of Diameter 200m In 40seconds What Will Be The Distance Covered And The Displacement At The End Of 2 Minutes 20seconds?
Relation Between Work And Force
PLACE A WOODEN SPOON AND A METAL SPOON IN THE FREEZER. WHICH WILL COOL FAST?
Cleveland And Chicago Are 340 Miles Apart By Train. Train A Leaves Cleveland Going West To Chicago At 1:00 PM, Traveling At 60 Mph. Train B Leaves Chicago Going East To Cleveland At 2:00 PM, Going 45 Mph. At What Time Do The Two Trains Meet? How Far Are T
Show That 1 Volt = 1 Weber/second