emit heat

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To avoid any dangerous situations or fire risks, passengers are advised to check if their electronic devices are broken or emit heat or smoke.
The presence of computers and other equipment that emit heat, coupled with people's warm bodies mean many offices have a cooling requirement rather than a heating one (even in winter for larger buildings).
Whilst each model within the range is designed to emit heat quickly, the surface temperature never reaches dangerous levels regardless of the water temperature, making the Grant Solo fan convector radiators safer and an excellent choice for homes with young children or the elderly.
Lights emit heat and cause your air conditioning system to work harder.
"There's a limit to how long the conditions persist to allow it to cool to these ultra-low temperatures, and a limit to how much heat you can actually get through the atmosphere, because water vapor has to be almost nonexistent in order to emit heat from the surface at these temperatures," he said.
Warm objects like human bodies or tank engines emit heat as infrared light.
Finally, while traditional UV sources emit heat and light in a 360-degree pattern around the target, LEDs emit radiant energy in a single direction while heat is removed from the back side.
These devices also emit heat, which can exacerbate erythema ab igne and other heat-sensitive skin conditions.
However, unlike painted surfaces they are metallic and do not emit heat and lose energy.
The lashes also do not emit heat, as they are powered by a 3.3 volt watch battery that lasts up to four hours and can be switched out as needed.
That's because in bulk form silicon has an indirect band gap, meaning excited electrons and holes are more likely to emit heat than light when they recombine.
Salih explained that the light emitted by the printed bulbs will not emit heat or carbon.