heat phenomenon

heat phenomenon
šiluminis reiškinys statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. heat phenomenon; thermal phenomenon; thermoeffect vok. Thermoeffekt, m; Wärmeerscheinung, f rus. тепловое явление, n; термоэффект, m pranc. effet thermique, m; phénomène thermique, m

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