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Hi everyone, I am a freshman in college and I'm planning to major in electrical engineering. One of the classes I am struggling with this semester is thermophysics. We are supposed to conduct a small experiment and write a short essay on our thermal analysis. I don't know what experiment to do though since we were asked to "get creative". Even though I read up on thermal analysis here I still don't know how to do it... What would I do with my results? I also have NO IDEA how to use the dilatometer!! I'm usually good with tech but this one is making my hair fall out from stress... I'm just kind of lost and would love to talk to someone more experienced in thermophysics.
 

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