Heat transfer

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John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1993 - Science - 675 pages
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Relates introductory heat transfer concepts to other disciplines, namely thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Reflects changes currently taking place in the research community as well as engineering education. Emphasizes that real applications tend to be interdisciplinary and require a solid foundation in all areas of the thermal sciences. Emphasizes design, or the synthesizing of two or more issues into an answer with practical meaning. Design questions are drawn from many diverse areas and each question is presented in a fundamental way. Makes a strong case regarding the use of simple and approximate analyses, focusing on order-of-magnitude calculations or ``scale analysis''. Applications are interdisciplinary.

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INTRODUCTION
1
UNIDIRECTIONAL STEADY
32
MULTIDIRECTIONAL STEADY
91
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ADRIAN BEJAN is J. A. Jones Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Duke University. He is author of Convection Heat Transfer, Second Edition; Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics; and Heat Transfer; all published by Wiley.

GEORGE TSATSARONIS is BEWAG Professor of Energy Conversion and Protection of the Environment at the Technical University of Berlin.

MICHAEL MORAN is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at The Ohio State University. He is coauthor (with Howard N. Shapiro) of Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, now in its third edition and published by Wiley. He is also the author of Availability Analysis: A Guide to Efficient Energy Use.

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