The 3rd Edition of Basic Heat Transfer offers complete coverage for introductory engineering courses on heat transfer. Carefully ordered material and extensive examples render this textbook reader-friendly and accessible to engineering students and instructors. Includes over 800 exercises and examples, plus companion software. This book covers all the heat transfer content for undergraduate and first year graduate courses in heat transfer and thermal design. Includes extensive content on heat exchangers, updated methodology for radiative transfer calculations, a compilation of practical correlations for convective heat transfer, exact solutions for conduction problems, and a up-to-date bibliography on heat transfer content. Topics include: elementary and combined modes of heat transfer, one-dimensional and multidimensional conduction, steady state and transient conduction, convection correlations, convection analysis, laminar and turbulent heat transfer, radiative transfer between surfaces in non-participating and participating media, condensation and evaporation process, boiling heat transfer, and the analysis and design of heat exchangers. Balanced approach between scientific and engineering content allows for deeper undertanding of thermal transport phenomena. Ideal for engineering students and instructors in Mechanical, Aerospace, Aeronautical, Chemical, Industrial and Process Engineering.
A much-needed reference focusing on the theory, design, and applications of a broad range of surface types. * Written by three of the best-known experts in the field. * Covers compact heat exchangers, periodic heat flow, boiling off finned surfaces, and other essential topics.
Heat Transfer has been written for undergraduate students in mechanical, nuclear, and chemical engineering programs. The success of Anthony Mill's Basic Heat and Mass Transfer and Heat Transfer continues with two new editions for 1999. The careful ordering of topics in each chapter leads students gradually from introductory concepts to advanced material, eliminating road blocks to developing solid engineering problem-solving skills. Mathematical concepts, from earlier courses, are reviewed on as needed basis refreshing students' memories, and the computational software integrated with the text 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 encourages students to think like engineers, better preparing them for the engineering workplace.
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers New York, November 1960
Author: J. A. Clark
Theory and Fundamental Research in Heat Transfer focuses on the processes, methodologies, reactions, and mechanisms involved in heat transfer. The selection first offers information on thermal radiation characteristics of surfaces, including intensity of radiation, intensity of emission and angular emittance, reflectance relationships, diffuse reflector, hemispherical and total reflectances, reflectivity of homogeneous isotropic polished surfaces, and angular total remittance measurements. The text then takes a look at heat transfer in rarefied gas flow, as well as accommodation coefficient and free molecule transfer, near free molecule heat transfer, continuum heat transfer regimes, and transitional regime. The publication ponders on boiling heat transfer and plasma heat transfer. Turbulent heat transfer in stratified flow, thermal conductivity of solids, and studies on quantitative spectroscopy and gas emissivities are also discussed. Topics include emissivity calculations, mechanisms of thermal conductivity, and conductivity at low and intermediate temperatures. The selection is a dependable reference for readers interested in the processes, reactions, and mechanisms involved in heat transfer.