Handbook of heat transfer
Heat transfer is crucial to virtually every industrial and environmental process as well as to energy production and conversion. Written by leading heat transfer experts, the heavily revised edition-now in one comprehensive volume-of this classic guide offers engineers details on all advances in heat transfer technology, providing the information needed to solve a wide range of practical heat transfer problems. A vast revision of the two-volume second edition, it eliminates theory and instead emphasizes practical applications by presenting new findings on conduction, convection, radiation, and multi-phase heat transfer, plus new chapters on microscale heat transfer in porous media, and heat transfer in natural processing.
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Conduction and Thermal Contact Resistances Conductances 3 1
Basic Principles 16 58
Natural Convection 4 1
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approximation ASME axial Boiling boundary condition boundary layer bubble cavity Chem circular duct constant Convection Heat Transfer cylinder defined density developing flow diameter diffusion dimensionless distribution effects emissivity energy enhancement enthalpy experimental FIGURE Film Condensation fins fluid fluidized beds forced convection friction factor fully developed function gases geometry given gradient heat exchanger heat flux Heat Mass Transfer heat pipes heat transfer coefficient Horizontal hydrodynamic increases isothermal laminar flow liquid Natural Convection Nusselt number obtained Packed Beds parameter particles percent phase phonons Prandtl number predictions pressure drop properties radiation Radiative Transfer range ratio regime region resistance Reynolds number scattering shape factor shear shear stress shown in Fig skin friction solid solution surface Table thermal conductivity thickness tion Trans tube turbulent boundary layer turbulent flow two-phase values vapor velocity vertical viscoelastic viscosity wall temperature wavelength Yovanovich