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meaning 热力散播


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To me, that says "heat transfer", but I have no idea whether it is by conduction (热传导), convection (热对流), or radiation (热辐射).  

However, I agree with #2 that more context would be helpful, as the phrase in question is merely a topic mentioned in the sentence.

 

It could even be a figurative reference.

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http://www.cosmosbooks.com.hk/topic_3/page_2.asp?bookid=57729

 

 

我跟羅蓮說:「比爾納梵是最好的教授,他從來不當我們是孩子。」
她笑,「可惜他講的是熱力散播。」
我說:「那沒有關係,我可以選他那科。」
她說:「他那科很難,他出的題目也很難,我最怕的,他一說到宇宙線紫外線,我的頭都昏了,你想想,一個原子,有幾層外殼?」
我笑,「第一層叫K層……」
羅蓮說:「好了好了,別背書了,你也是的,這麼窮兇極惡地唸書,但是你算好學生,同學也喜歡你。」
我說:「我對基本的常識有興趣。你想想,原子有什麼不好?我喜歡。」
「納梵下半年教你吧?」
「唔,聖誕之後,他還是教我們的。我不是不喜歡高克先生,他的化學與生物都合理得很,我還是等納梵。」
我們一路走回家,五點鐘,下微雨,一地的落葉,行人大半是學生了,馬路中央塞車。天氣相當冷,我嘴裏呵白氣,穿#斗篷,既防雨又保暖,羅蓮撐#傘,遮#我。

This is one of the few examples of this construction I could find on google. And it's also the context we want.

 

Could it be "heat transfer", like #3 suggests, and more precisely about the warmth we get from stars?

 

Another example that I found on google:

 

詠歎調把酒噴在袖子上,滾下喉嚨的樂斯酒像火山熔岩,熱力散播到她整個胸腔

Looks like it can be translated as "warm up/heat up" in some contexts.

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(I edited, sorry). I think it might be about the nuclear fusion reactions that occur in stars and the warmth that they produce, given the presence of 原子, 外殼 and 紫外線. I can think of no other possible meaning.

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It's the name of a class taught by a lecturer (Bill Nathan(?) or similar).

 

热力学 is thermodynamics, so my guess for the name of the class would be Thermodynamic Something - maybe Scattering,  or Dissipation, or similar.

 

So, the previous sentence, student A says something like Professor Bill is the best, and then Student B says, it's just a pity he teaches Thermodynamics, because I don't have the head for that.

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