What are the types of heat transfer

Given the variety of possible approaches, the types of heat transfer are placed at the beginning of the theory of heat. On the basis of everyday experience of heat transfer, one gradually reaches more and more "new territory" in a branch of physics that often appears very theoretical, but is nevertheless highly interesting.
Transfer principle "heat radiation": Examples: sun, light bulb, radiant heater, toaster, ...
Requirements: If possible, no obstacles or only very thin media on the way from the heat source to the receiver. (Thermal radiation actually works best in a vacuum).
Transfer principle "heat conduction": Examples: Pot on the stove, iron, soldering iron, boiler, ...
Requirements: Direct contact between the heat source and the heat receiver (smooth surfaces), and materials that are good heat conductors (metals).
Transfer principle "heat convection" (heat transfer): Examples: central heating, fan heater, hair dryer, ...
Requirements: Liquid or gaseous medium that carries (transports) the thermal energy during (independent) circulation (convection).
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