Principles of Heat Transfer (7TH)

Principles of Heat Transfer (7TH)

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Table of Contents

    Chapter 1 Basic Modes of Heat Transfer         2  (68)
1.1 The Relation of Heat Transfer to 3 (4)
Thermodynamics
1.2 Dimensions and Units 7 (2)
1.3 Heat Conduction 9 (8)
1.4 Convection 17 (4)
1.5 Radiation 21 (2)
1.6 Combined Heat Transfer Systems 23 (22)
1.7 Thermal Insulation 45 (6)
1.8 Heat Transfer and the Law of Energy 51 (19)
Conservation
References 58 (1)
Problems 58 (10)
Design Problems 68 (2)
Chapter 2 Heat Conduction 70 (96)
2.1 Introduction 71 (1)
2.2 The Conduction Equation 71 (7)
2.3 Steady Heat Conduction in Simple 78 (17)
Geometries
2.4 Extended Surfaces 95 (10)
2.5 Multidimensional Steady Conduction 105(11)
2.6 Unsteady or Transient Heat Conduction 116(18)
2.7 Charts for Transient Heat Conduction 134(16)
2.8 Closing Remarks 150(16)
References 150(1)
Problems 151(12)
Design Problems 163(3)
Chapter 3 Numerical Analysis of Heat 166(64)
Conduction
3.1 Introduction 167(1)
3.2 One-Dimensional Steady Conduction 168(12)
3.3 One-Dimensional Unsteady Conduction 180(15)
3.4 Two-Dimensional Steady and Unsteady 195(20)
Conduction
3.5 Cylindrical Coordinates 215(2)
3.6 Irregular Boundaries 217(4)
3.7 Closing Remarks 221(9)
References 221(1)
Problems 222(6)
Design Problems 228(2)
Chapter 4 Analysis of Convection Heat 230(66)
Transfer
4.1 Introduction 231(1)
4.2 Convection Heat Transfer 231(2)
4.3 Boundary Layer Fundamentals 233(2)
4.4 Conservation Equations of Mass, 235(4)
Momentum, and Energy for Laminar Flow
Over a Flat Plate
4.5 Dimensionless Boundary Layer 239(4)
Equations and Similarity Parameters
4.6 Evaluation of Convection Heat 243(2)
Transfer Coefficients
4.7 Dimensional Analysis 245(7)
4.8 Analytic Solution for Laminar 252(9)
Boundary Layer Flow Over a Flat Plate
4.9 Approximate Integral Boundary Layer 261(6)
Analysis
4.10 Analogy Between Momentum and Heat 267(6)
Transfer in Turbulent Flow Over a Flat
Surface
4.11 Reynolds Analogy for Turbulent Flow 273(1)
Over Plane Surfaces
4.12 Mixed Boundary Layer 274(3)
4.13 Special Boundary Conditions and 277(5)
High-Speed Flow
4.14 Closing Remarks 282(14)
References 283(1)
Problems 284(10)
Design Problems 294(2)
Chapter 5 Natural Convection 296(54)
5.1 Introduction 297(2)
5.2 Similarity Parameters for Natural 299(9)
Convection
5.3 Empirical Correlation for Various 308(14)
Shapes
5.4 Rotating Cylinders, Disks, and Spheres 322(3)
5.5 Combined Forced and Natural Convection 325(3)
5.6 Finned Surfaces 328(5)
5.7 Closing Remarks 333(17)
References 338(2)
Problems 340(8)
Design Problems 348(2)
Chapter 6 Forced Convection Inside Tubes 350(70)
and Ducts
6.1 Introduction 351(9)
6.2 Analysis of Laminar Forced Convection 360(10)
in a Long Tube
6.3 Correlations for Laminar Forced 370(12)
Convection
6.4 Analogy Between Heat and Momentum 382(4)
Transfer in Turbulent Flow
6.5 Empirical Correlations for Turbulent 386(9)
Forced Convection
6.6 Heat Transfer Enhancement and 395(11)
Electronic-Device Cooling
6.7 Closing Remarks 406(14)
References 408(3)
Problems 411(7)
Design Problems 418(2)
Chapter 7 Forced Convection Over Exterior 420(64)
Surfaces
7.1 Flow Over Bluff Bodies 421(1)
7.2 Cylinders, Spheres, and Other Bluff 422(18)
Shapes
7.3 Packed Beds 440(4)
7.4 Tube Bundles in Cross-Flow 444(14)
7.5 Finned Tube Bundles in Cross-Flow 458(3)
7.6 Free Jets 461(10)
7.7 Closing Remarks 471(13)
References 473(2)
Problems 475(7)
Design Problems 482(2)
Chapter 8 Heat Exchangers 484(56)
8.1 Introduction 485(1)
8.2 Basic Types of Heat Exchangers 485(9)
8.3 Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient 494(4)
8.4 Log Mean Temperature Difference 498(8)
8.5 Heat Exchanger Effectiveness 506(10)
8.6 Heat Transfer Enhancement 516(8)
8.7 Microscale Heat Exchangers 524(1)
8.8 Closing Remarks 525(15)
References 527(2)
Problems 529(10)
Design Problems 539(1)
Chapter 9 Heat Transfer by Radiation 540(84)
9.1 Thermal Radiation 541(2)
9.2 Blackbody Radiation 543(12)
9.3 Radiation Properties 555(16)
9.4 The Radiation Shape Factor 571(10)
9.5 Enclosures with Black Surfaces 581(4)
9.6 Enclosures with Gray Surfaces 585(6)
9.7 Matrix Inversion 591(11)
9.8 Radiation Properties of Gases and 602(8)
Vapors
9.9 Radiation Combined with Convection 610(4)
and Conduction
9.10 Closing Remarks 614(10)
References 615(1)
Problems 616(7)
Design Problems 623(1)
Chapter 10 Heat Transfer with Phase Change 624
10.1 Introduction to Boiling 625(1)
10.2 Pool Boiling 625(22)
10.3 Boiling in Forced Convection 647(13)
10.4 Condensation 660(10)
10.5 Condenser Design 670(2)
10.6 Heat Pipes 672(11)
10.7 Freezing and Melting 683
References 688(3)
Problems 691(5)
Design Problems 696
Appendix 1 The International System of Units 3 (3)
Appendix 2 Data Tables 6 (44)
Properties of Solids 7 (7)
Thermodynamic Properties of Liquids 14 (9)
Heat Transfer Fluids 23 (1)
Liquid Metals 24 (2)
Thermodynamic Properties of Gases 26 (11)
Miscellaneous Properties and Error 37 (8)
Function
Correlation Equations for Physical 45 (5)
Properties
Appendix 3 Tridiagonal Matrix Computer 50 (6)
Programs
Solution of a Tridiagonal System of 50 (6)
Equations
Appendix 4 Computer Codes for Heat Transfer 56 (1)
Appendix 5 The Heat Transfer Literature 57
Index 1