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** Energy transfer **

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Energy Transfer Partners.

*Energy transfer* is the transfer of energy from one object or material to
another.

There are a few main ways that energy transfer occurs:

· Radiant energy (radiation)
· Heat conduction (travelling heat)
· Convection (currents of warm air)
· Mass transfer (hot material transferred to another location)
· Electrical power transmission (wires carrying current)
· Mechanical work (machines)

*See also[edit]*

· Work (thermodynamics)
· Quantum energy teleportation

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