This comprehensive text on the basics of heat and mass transfer provides a well-balanced treatment of theory and mathematical and empirical methods used for solving a variety of engineering problems. The book helps students develop an intuitive and practical under-standing of the processes by emphasizing the underlying physical phenomena involved.
Focusing on the requirement to clearly explain the essential fundamentals and impart the art of problem-solving, the text is written to meet the needs of undergraduate students in mechanical engineering, production engineering, industrial engineering, auto-mobile engineering, aeronautical engineering, chemical engineering, and biotechnology.
Key Features :
Covers the theoretical material systematically and in a step-by-step approach.
Focuses on problem-solving techniques.
Provides an excellent selection of more than 300 graded solved examples to foster understanding of the theory.
Gives over 100 chapter-end problems, useful for self-assessment.
Summarizes the important equations at the end of each chapter.