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 Charles Edward Lucke - McGraw-Hill
Calculations about heat and work, both of them in connection with changes in the condition of all sorts of substances that may give or take heat, and perform or receive work while changing condition, constitute the subject matter of this book.
by Chris Long, Naser Sayma - BookBoon
This work book contains examples and full solutions to go with the text of our e-book 'Heat Transfer'. The subject matter corresponds to the five chapters: Introduction to Heat Transfer, Conduction, Convection, Heat Exchangers and Radiation.
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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.