The formula for heat transfer, Q=Cm?t, provides the amount of heat transferred (Q) by plugging in the relevant numbers. "C" stands for the specific heat value, "m" is for the mass of the object and "?t" refers to the temperature change in Kelvin.
Heat transfer formulas are used to calculate the transfer of heat between two points. For example, any system that has a higher temperature than its surroundings transfers heat to its surroundings. Heat transfer can be done through conduction, convection and radiation. Each method of heat transfer also has a specific formula that requires different information; for example, calculating heat transfer by conduction requires cross sectional area and amount of time taken to transfer the heat.