Essentials of heat transfer : principles, materials, and applications /
"This textbook teaches students the principles, materials, and applications they need to understand and analyze heat transfer problems they will encounter in practice. The emphasis on modern practical problems (including thermoelectric cooling), in the numerous examples, sets this work apart fr...
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100  1  a Kaviany, M. q (Massoud)  
245  1  0  a Essentials of heat transfer : b principles, materials, and applications / c Massoud Kaviany. 
260  a Cambridge, UK ; a New York : b Cambridge University Press, c 2011.  
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520  a "This textbook teaches students the principles, materials, and applications they need to understand and analyze heat transfer problems they will encounter in practice. The emphasis on modern practical problems (including thermoelectric cooling), in the numerous examples, sets this work apart from other available works. The approach is to discuss heat transfer problems (in search of innovative and optimal solutions) and the engineering analysis, to motivate fundamental principles and analytical problem solving methods. By introducing heat flux tracking, the students develop intuition about the central role of heat transfer in engineered systems. The energy conversion mechanisms (to and from thermal energy) are integrated into the treatment, thus allowing for realistic design of thermal systems. Note that microscale heat carriers are also covered. Those familiar with the first version of this book from another publisher will notice that this volume is shorter and the generic problem solving engine was replaced by MATLAB software. The rich materials removed from the print version are available on the web site, www.cambridge.org/kaviany. A complete solutions manual for the numerous exercises is available to qualified instructors"Provided by publisher.  
520  a "This intoductory textbook is designed to teach students the knowledge they need to understand and analyze heat transfer problems they are likely to encounter in practice. The emphasis on modern practical problems, clearly evident in the numerous examples, is which sets Professor Kaviany's work apart from the many available works. He discusses heat transfer problems and the engineering analysis, to motivate the fundamental principles and analytical methods used in problem solvingin search of innovative and optimal solutions. Those familiar with the first version of this book from another publisher will notice that this volume is a more manageable length, the generic problem solving machine has been replaced with MATLAB software. The rich materials removed from the print version are still available on the book web site, www.cambridge.org/kaviany. A complete solutions manual for the numerous exercises is available to qualified instructors"Provided by publisher.  
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505  0  a Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Guide to Instructors and Students; 1 Introduction and Preliminaries; 1.1 Applications and History; 1.1.1 Heat Transfer; 1.1.2 Applications; 1.1.3 History, Frontiers, and Integration*; 1.2 Units and Normalization (Scaling); 1.2.1 Units; 1.2.2 Normalization (Scaling); 1.3 Thermal Systems; 1.3.1 Thermodynamic Properties; 1.3.2 Thermal Nonequilibrium; 1.3.3 Control Volume and Control Surface; 1.4 Principal Energy Carriers and Heat Flux Vector; 1.4.1 Macroscopic Heat Transfer Mechanisms.  
505  8  a 1.7.1 Conservation of Mass* 1.7.2 Conservation of Species* ; 1.7.3 Conservation of Momentum*; 1.7.4 Other Conserved Quantities*; 1.8 Scope; 1.9 Summary; 1.10 References*; 1.11 Problems; 1.11.1 Heat Flux Vector Tracking; 1.11.2 IntegralVolume Energy Equation; 2 Energy Equation; 2.1 Nonuniform Temperature Distribution Differential :(Infinitesimal)Volume Energy Equation; 2.1.1 Physical Interpretation of Divergence of q; 2.1.2 Relation between Volumetric Differentiation and Surface Integration.  
505  8  a 2.2 Uniform Temperature in One or More Directions: Energy Equation for Volumes with One or More Finite Lengths2.2.1 IntegralVolume Energy Equation; 2.2.2 Combined Integral and DifferentialLength Energy Equation; 2.2.3 Discrete Temperature Nonuniformity: FiniteSmallVolume Energy Equation*; 2.2.4 Summary of Selection of Energy Equation Based on Uniformity or Nonuniformity of Temperature; 2.3 Thermal Energy Conversion Mechanisms ; 2.3.1 Chemical or PhysicalBond Energy Conversion; 2.3.2 Electromagnetic Energy Conversion; 2.3.3 Mechanical Energy Conversion.  
505  8  a 2.3.4 Summary of Thermal Energy Conversion Mechanisms2.4 BoundingSurface and FarField Thermal Conditions; 2.4.1 Continuity of Temperature across Bounding Surface*; 2.4.2 BoundingSurface Energy Equation; 2.4.3 Prescribed BoundingSurface Thermal Conditions* ; 2.4.4 FarField Thermal Conditions* ; 2.5 Heat Transfer Analysis*; 2.5.1 Integration of DifferentialVolume Energy Equation*; 2.5.2 Single and Multidimensional Heat Flow* ; 2.5.3 Time Dependence and Steady State* ; 2.5.4 Thermal Circuit Models* ; 2.5.5 Summary of Methodology for Heat Transfer Analysis*  
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