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Software Solutions to Problems on Heat Transfer

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Software Solutions to Problems on Heat Transfer
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740305418
Number of pages: 750

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This book contains solutions to problems in the area of Heat Transfer. Problems are solved using four popular software, viz. 'Mathcad', 'Engineering Equation Solver (EES)', 'Finite Element Heat Transfer (FEHT)' and MS EXCEL-2007. Comments are included generously in the codes so that the logic behind the solution is clear.

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