Heat Transfer : Principles And Applications

Heat Transfer : Principles And Applications


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Publisher PHI Learning All Maintenance & Production books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120316256
Author: Binay K. Gupta
Number of Pages 546
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Heat Transfer: Principles And Applications by Binay K. Gupta
Book Summary:

This textbook is intended for courses in heat transfer for undergraduates, not only in chemical engineering and related disciplines of biochemical engineering and chemical technology, but also in mechanical engineering and production engineering. The author provides the reader with a very thorough account of the fundamental principles and their applications to engineering practice, including a survey of the recent developments in heat transfer equipment.The three basic modes of heat transfer - conduction, convection and radiation - have been comprehensively analyzed and elucidated by solving a wide range of practical and design-oriented problems. A whole chapter has been devoted to explain the concept of the heat transfer coefficient to give a feel of its importance in tackling problems of convective heat transfer. The use of the important heat transfer correlations has been illustrated with carefully selected examples.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Mechanical, Production, Chemical & Biochemical Engineering students.
Table of Contents:

1. Introduction.

2. Steady State Conduction in One Dimension.

3. Heat Transfer Coefficient.

4. Forced Convection.

5. Free Convection.

6. Boiling and Condensation.

7. Radiation Heat Transfer.

8. Heat Exchangers.

9. Evaporation and Evaporators.

10. Unsteady State and Multidimensional Heat Conduction.

11. Boundary Layer Heat Transfer.

Answers to Selected Problems.