Introduction To Heat Transfer
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|Author||: Bengt Sundén|
|Publsiher||: WIT Press|
|Total Pages||: 365|
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Presenting the basic mechanisms for transfer of heat, this book gives a deeper and more comprehensive view than existing titles on the subject. Derivation and presentation of analytical and empirical methods are provided for calculation of heat transfer rates and temperature fields as well as pressure drop. The book covers thermal conduction, forced and natural laminar and turbulent convective heat transfer, thermal radiation including participating media, condensation, evaporation and heat exchangers. This book is aimed to be used in both undergraduate and graduate courses in heat transfer and thermal engineering. It can successfully be used in R & D work and thermal engineering design in industry and by consultancy firms
|Author||: G. F. Nellis,S. A. Klein|
|Publsiher||: Cambridge University Press|
|Total Pages||: 1027|
Download Introduction to Engineering Heat Transfer Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Equips students with the essential knowledge, skills, and confidence to solve real-world heat transfer problems using EES, MATLAB, and FEHT.
|Author||: Miguel Araiz|
|Publsiher||: BoD – Books on Demand|
|Total Pages||: 418|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
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Thermal energy is present in all aspects of our lives, including when cooking, driving, or turning on the heat or air conditioning. Sometimes this thermal management is not evident, but it is essential for our comfort and lifestyle. In addition, heat transfer is vital in many industrial processes. Thermal energy analysis is a complex task that usually requires different approaches. With five sections, this book provides information on heat transfer problems and using experimental techniques and computational models to analyse them.
|Author||: Patricia Aranguren|
|Publsiher||: BoD – Books on Demand|
|Total Pages||: 388|
Download Bringing Thermoelectricity into Reality Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The disproportionate use of fossil fuels has turned into a serious environmental issue. Thus, we are encountering one of the biggest challenges of the twenty-first century, satisfying the energy demand with respect to the environment. Thermoelectricity is an emerging technology, which contributes to reducing the impact of the use of traditional technologies, harvesting the waste heat, and eliminating the use of refrigerants. The book Bringing Thermoelectricity into Reality covers the current thermoelectric investigations: the study of novel thermoelectric materials, the development of computational models, the design of proper assemblies, and the optimization of thermal designs, as well as novel thermoelectric generators, coolers, and heating applications. This book looks for the definitive thermoelectric applications applied to everyday life.
|Author||: Charles H. Forsberg|
|Publsiher||: Academic Press|
|Total Pages||: 562|
Download Heat Transfer Principles and Applications Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Heat Transfer Principles and Applications is a welcome change from more encyclopedic volumes exploring heat transfer. This shorter text fully explains the fundamentals of heat transfer, including heat conduction, convection, radiation and heat exchangers. The fundamentals are then applied to a variety of engineering examples, including topics of special and current interest like solar collectors, cooling of electronic equipment, and energy conservation in buildings. The text covers both analytical and numerical solutions to heat transfer problems and makes considerable use of Excel and MATLAB(R) in the solutions. Each chapter has several example problems and a large, but not overwhelming, number of end-of-chapter problems.
|Author||: P. H. Oosthuizen,David Naylor (Ph. D.)|
|Publsiher||: McGraw-Hill Science, Engineering & Mathematics|
|Total Pages||: 648|
Download An Introduction to Convective Heat Transfer Analysis Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A student-oriented approach in which basic ideas and assumptions are stressed and discussed in detail and full developments of all important analyses are provided. The book contains many worked examples that illustrate the methods of analysis discussed. The book also contains a comprehensive set of problems and a Solutions Manual, written by the text authors.