Basic Heat and Mass Transfer has been written for undergraduate students in mechanical-engineering programs. The book is quite versatile. It can be used as the text for an introductory course during the junior or senior year, although the coverage is sufficiently comprehensive for use as a reference work in undergraduate laboratory and design courses. The emphasis throughout is on engineering calculations and each topic is developed to a point that will provide the student with the tools needed to practice the art of design. In addition, the student is introduced to design methodology for heat and mass transfer equipment.
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The careful ordering of topics in each chapter leads readers gradually from introductory concepts to advanced material, eliminating roadblocks to developing solid engineering problem-solving skills. Mathematical concepts are reviewed on as needed basis refreshing memories, and the computational software integrated with the book allows them to obtain reliable numerical results. The integrated coverage of design principles and the wide variety of exercises based on current heat and mass transfer technologies encourage the reader to think like an engineer.
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Book Description Irwin Professional Publishing, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M025616388X
Book Description Irwin Professional Publishing, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11025616388X