convective movement

natural convection

The convection resulting from the flow of air caused by temperature differences in an enclosed space, as opposed to the flow of air caused by a fan. Also known as free convection.
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The convective movement produces kinetic energy that is then converted into electrical and magnetic energies.
To date however, there has been no realistic mathematical-physical theory describing the interaction between the convective movement in the Earths mantle and the continental drift.
If you are trying to heat your whole house with a stove or space heater, does the house layout allow for the convective movement of heat through the whole house?
We found that the necessary distance from the entry for the birth of the convective movements varies according to Ra and Pe.