**Heat Transfer**

by Benjamin Gebhart

**Publisher**: McGraw-Hill 1961**ISBN/ASIN**: 1258245132**Number of pages**: 454

**Description**:

This book is a description of the more important physical processes, theories, and methods of analysis loosely grouped in the field referred to as 'heat transfer.' The book is cast in the form of a text, but it is hoped that the content and method of presentation will serve the general reader and the practicing engineer as well.

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