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Heat Transfer by Chris Long, Naser Sayma

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Heat Transfer
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776814328
Number of pages: 156

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This book explains the basic modes of heat transfer namely conduction, convection and radiation. Fundamental Mathematical models representing the heat transfer modes are introduced and application engineering problems are discussed. The principles of heat exchangers operation are covered as well.

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