by Benjamin Gebhart
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1961
Number of pages: 454
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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by Salim N. Kazi (ed.) - InTech
Heat transfer calculations in different aspects of engineering applications are essential to aid engineering design of heat exchanging equipment. Minimizing of computational time is a challenging task faced by researchers and users.
by Vyacheslav S. Vikhrenko - InTech
The book covers inverse heat conduction problems, non-linear and non-classic heat conduction equations, coupled thermal and electromagnetic or mechanical effects and numerical methods for solving heat conduction equations as well.
by Chris Long, Naser Sayma - BookBoon
This book explains the basic modes of heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation. Fundamental mathematical models representing the heat transfer modes are introduced and application engineering problems are discussed.
by William D. Ennis - D. Van Nostrand Company
This book takes a middle ground between those textbooks which replace all theory by empiricism and that other class of treatises which are too apt to ignore the engineering significance of their vocabulary of differential equations.