Suppose we have two boxes of same material and same size but one have a hole in it and if we raise the temperature with equal amount then does two box expand equally?
Thanks a lot sirmitochan said:Hi.
Interesting. Let me clear the idea you seem to have.
There is a metal disk. We cut it apart with a small disk and a ring part and keep them assembled.
We heat them up. The diameter of the disk grows. Then we take the small disk out. Does the diameter of the disk, now the ring, shrink ?
It seems no change to me.
No, the box with the hole will expand at a slightly slower rate due to the hole providing a release of pressure.
Yes, the hole will affect the expansion of the box as it allows for a release of pressure and prevents the box from expanding at the same rate as the box without a hole.
The size of the hole will have a direct impact on the rate of expansion of the box. The larger the hole, the more pressure will be released and the slower the expansion of the box will be.
Yes, the size and placement of the hole can be used to control the rate of expansion of the box. A larger hole will result in slower expansion, while a smaller hole will result in faster expansion.
The temperature has a direct impact on the expansion of the boxes. As the temperature increases, both boxes will expand, but the box with the hole will expand at a slower rate due to the release of pressure through the hole.