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A Heat Transfer Textbook by John H. Lienhard IV, John H. Lienhard V

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A Heat Transfer Textbook
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Publisher: Phlogiston Press
Number of pages: 768

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This textbook is an introduction to heat and mass transfer oriented toward engineering students. The subjects covered include heat conduction, forced and natural convection, thermal radiation, boiling, condensation, heat exchangers, and mass transfer. The book includes worked examples and end-of-chapter exercises. The third edition (2003) has been extensively revised and updated from the old second edition (1987).

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