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**Book Description **Jaico Publishing House, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. This book is the product of the author`s experience, teaching a course in heat transfer to engineering students. Thus this book will serve as a reference for engineering students doing a course in heat transfer, at the junior and senior levels, as well as for practising engineers. The theory makes interesting reading with detailed solutions to more than one hundred examples, mathematical solution techniques and experimental information needed to understand the heat transfer phenomena and to make quantitative predictions of temperatures, energy transfer rates and equipment sizes. These examples show some of the more significant and interesting applications of heat transfer. The entire matter is distributed over nine chapter and four appendixes. Chapter I discusses the three fundamental modes of heat transfer-conduction, radiation and convection; mechanisms of energy transfer in these modes and the laws governing the energy transfer rates. Chapter 2 is devoted to an exposition of the boundary condition in conduction heat transfer and emphasizes quasi one-dimensional conduction. In chapter 3 `Unsteady-State Conduction1, the practical importance of the solutions to some one-dimensional transients is emphasized. Here detailed developments and applications of digital computers are also contained since such computers are used to solve many of the complex conduction problems in industry. Chapter 4 introduces a classification scheme for radiation problems helping the student to rightly choose and apply from the three radiation calculation methods. Chapter 5 on forced convection reviews the relevant fluid mechanics. Another feature here is the presentation of Ambrok`s method. Chapter 6 focuses on `Free Convection1. Chapter 7 covers `Heat Transfer in Condensation and Boiling`. Chapter 8 details on `Heat Exchangers`. At the end of Chapter 5, 6 and 7 are summary tables of the experimental correlations and analytical and semianalytical results for surface coefficient of heat transfer in forced convection, free convection and boiling point condensation, respectively. In Chapter 9, `Additional Topics in Heat Transfer` - a thorough presentation of differential similarity allows one to arrive at the non-dimensional groups appropriate to a particular phenomena. Contents:- Preface I. INTRODUCTION TO HEAT TRANSFER : 1. Introduction 2. Modes and basic Laws of Heat Transfer : i. Conduction ii. Convection iii. Radiation 3. Law of Conservation of Energy 4. Problems II. STEADY-STATE CONDUCTION : 1. Introduction 2. The General Conduction Equation : i. Side Conditions 3. Steady One-Dimensional Heat Transfer without Heat Generation : i. The Plane Slab ii. The Circular Cylindrical Shell iii. The Spherical Shell iv. Variable thermal Conductivity v. Conduction across Composite Barriers and Electric Analogy Interpretation vi. Critical Insulation Thickness 4. Steady One-Dimensional Conduction with Heat Generation : i. The Plane Slab ii. Spherical Shell iii. Circular Cylindrical Systems v. Variable Generation 5. Steady Quasi-One-Dimensional Conduction : i. The Generalized Rod with Convection at Its Tip ii. The Generalized Rod with a Perfectly Insulated Tip iii. The Generalized Rod of Infinite Length iv. Qualitative Criteria for Quasi-One-Dimensional Analysis v. Quasi-One-Dimensional Conduction When q is Constant vi. Fins 6. Steady Two- and Three-Dimensional Conduction : i. Shape Factors 7. Exact Analytical Solution of Multidimensional Conduction Problems : i. A Planar Case ii. A Circular Cylindrical Cane 8. Finite Difference Methods in Steady-State Conduction : i. Derivation of the Finite Difference Equations ii. Refinement of Nodal ? Spacings iii. Solution of the Finite Difference Equations 9. Problems References III. UNSTEADY-STATE CONDUCTION : 1. Introducti Printed Pages: 850. Seller Inventory # 9215

Published by
Jaico Publishing House
(2005)

ISBN 10: 8172247796
ISBN 13: 9788172247799

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Paperback
Quantity Available: > 20

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**Book Description **Jaico Publishing House, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. This book is the product of the author`s experience, teaching a course in heat transfer to engineering students. Thus this book will serve as a reference for engineering students doing a course in heat transfer, at the junior and senior levels, as well as for practising engineers. The theory makes interesting reading with detailed solutions to more than one hundred examples, mathematical solution techniques and experimental information needed to understand the heat transfer phenomena and to make quantitative predictions of temperatures, energy transfer rates and equipment sizes. These examples show some of the more significant and interesting applications of heat transfer. The entire matter is distributed over nine chapter and four appendixes. Chapter I discusses the three fundamental modes of heat transfer-conduction, radiation and convection; mechanisms of energy transfer in these modes and the laws governing the energy transfer rates. Chapter 2 is devoted to an exposition of the boundary condition in conduction heat transfer and emphasizes quasi one-dimensional conduction. In chapter 3 `Unsteady-State Conduction1, the practical importance of the solutions to some one-dimensional transients is emphasized. Here detailed developments and applications of digital computers are also contained since such computers are used to solve many of the complex conduction problems in industry. Chapter 4 introduces a classification scheme for radiation problems helping the student to rightly choose and apply from the three radiation calculation methods. Chapter 5 on forced convection reviews the relevant fluid mechanics. Another feature here is the presentation of Ambrok`s method. Chapter 6 focuses on `Free Convection1. Chapter 7 covers `Heat Transfer in Condensation and Boiling`. Chapter 8 details on `Heat Exchangers`. At the end of Chapter 5, 6 and 7 are summary tables of the experimental correlations and analytical and semianalytical results for surface coefficient of heat transfer in forced convection, free convection and boiling point condensation, respectively. In Chapter 9, `Additional Topics in Heat Transfer` - a thorough presentation of differential similarity allows one to arrive at the non-dimensional groups appropriate to a particular phenomena. Contents:- Preface I. INTRODUCTION TO HEAT TRANSFER : 1. Introduction 2. Modes and basic Laws of Heat Transfer : i. Conduction ii. Convection iii. Radiation 3. Law of Conservation of Energy 4. Problems II. STEADY-STATE CONDUCTION : 1. Introduction 2. The General Conduction Equation : i. Side Conditions 3. Steady One-Dimensional Heat Transfer without Heat Generation : i. The Plane Slab ii. The Circular Cylindrical Shell iii. The Spherical Shell iv. Variable thermal Conductivity v. Conduction across Composite Barriers and Electric Analogy Interpretation vi. Critical Insulation Thickness 4. Steady One-Dimensional Conduction with Heat Generation : i. The Plane Slab ii. Spherical Shell iii. Circular Cylindrical Systems v. Variable Generation 5. Steady Quasi-One-Dimensional Conduction : i. The Generalized Rod with Convection at Its Tip ii. The Generalized Rod with a Perfectly Insulated Tip iii. The Generalized Rod of Infinite Length iv. Qualitative Criteria for Quasi-One-Dimensional Analysis v. Quasi-One-Dimensional Conduction When q is Constant vi. Fins 6. Steady Two- and Three-Dimensional Conduction : i. Shape Factors 7. Exact Analytical Solution of Multidimensional Conduction Problems : i. A Planar Case ii. A Circular Cylindrical Cane 8. Finite Difference Methods in Steady-State Conduction : i. Derivation of the Finite Difference Equations ii. Refinement of Nodal ? Spacings iii. Solution of the Finite Difference Equations 9. Problems References III. UNSTEADY-STATE CONDUCTION : 1. Introducti Printed Pages: 850. Seller Inventory # 9215