Heat Transfer Textbook Phlogiston Press by John H. Lienhard IV and John H. Lienhard V

By John H. Lienhard IV and John H. Lienhard V

This textbook is an creation to warmth and mass move orientated towards engineering scholars. the themes coated comprise warmth conduction, compelled and usual convection, thermal radiation, boiling, condensation, warmth exchangers, and mass move. The booklet contains labored examples and end-of-chapter workouts. This revised printing of the 3rd version features a number of updates and corrections.

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Conduction Heat Transfer. , 1991. Abridgement of the 1966 edition, omitting numerical analysis. 10] W. M. Kays and M. E. Crawford. Convective Heat and Mass Transfer. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 3rd edition, 1993. Coverage is mainly of boundary layers and internal flows. M. White. Viscous Fluid Flow. , New York, 2nd edition, 1991. Excellent development of fundamental results for boundary layers and internal flows. A. Schetz. Foundations of Boundary Layer Theory for Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer.

1 51 These are: ∇T q =− |q| |∇T | This says that q and ∇T are exactly opposite one another in direction |q| ∝ |∇T | This says that the magnitude of the heat flux is directly proportional to the temperature gradient and Notice that the heat flux is now written as a quantity that has a specified direction as well as a specified magnitude. 3) Fortunately, most materials (though not all of them) are very nearly homogeneous. Thus we can usually write k = k(T ). The assumption that we really want to make is that k is constant.

The very accurate measurements of the black-body energy spectrum by Lummer and Pringsheim (1899) are shown in Fig. 15. The locus of maxima of the curves is also plotted. 29) About three-fourths of the radiant energy of a black body lies to the right of this line in Fig. 15. Notice that, while the locus of maxima leans toward the visible range at higher temperatures, only a small fraction of the radiation is visible even at the highest temperature. Predicting how the monochromatic emissive power of a black body depends on λ was an increasingly serious problem at the close of the nineteenth century.

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