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Heat Transfer: Engineering Applications

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Heat Transfer: Engineering Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533073613
Number of pages: 400

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Heat transfer is involved in numerous industrial technologies. This interdisciplinary book deals with combined action of heat transfer and concomitant processes, heat effects due to laser, ion and plasma-solid interaction, curing reaction kinetics in manufacturing process, etc.

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