Thursday, January 17, 2019

Introduction to Thermal and Fluids Engineering

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In the real world, thermal systems problems don′t always conform to the rigid disciplinary lines of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer. More often, you′ll need to draw from all three of these disciplines to find a solution.

That′s why Deborah Kaminski and Michael Jensen present a highly innovative and integrated approach that highlights the interconnections among thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer. The text introduces these three topics early, allowing students to build a firm foundation for later chapters. Throughout the text, integrated examples and problems illustrate the interconnected nature of the three disciplines.

Kaminski and Jensen′s approach features:
  • Early introduction of heat transfer and fluids, to allow application of these concepts early in the course.
  • Common notation used throughout the text, to emphasize the links among thermodynamics, fluids, and heat transfer.
  • Example problems that integrate the three disciplines. These problems demonstrate how to incorporate information from several different disciplines in solving problems.
  • Approach sections in the example problem solutions, which identify where you are going before beginning a problem. Additionally, assumptions are stated as needed, allowing you to see the problem–solving process in action.
  • Clear descriptions of physical and fundamental processes that relate to what you may observe in your everyday life.
  • Over 150 worked examples and 850 homework problems.

Chapter 1: Introduction to Thermal and Fluids Engineering
Chapter 2: The First Law
Chapter 3: Thermal Resistances
Chapter 4: Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 5: Thermodynamic Properties
Chapter 6: Applications of The Energy Equation To Open Systems
Chapter 7: Thermodynamic cycles and The Second Law
Chapter 8: Refrigeration, Heat Pump, an Power Cycles
Chapter 9: Internal Flows
Chapter 10: External Flows
Chapter 11: Conduction Heat Transfer
Chapter 12: Convection Heat Transfer
Chapter 13: Heat Exchangers
Chapter 14:  Radiation Heat Transfer
Chapter 15: Ideal Gas Mixtures and Combustion (WEB)
Appendix A. Tables in SI Units
Appendix B. Tables in British Units
Appendix C. Answers to Selected Problems

Author Details
"Deborah A. Kaminski"

"Michael K. Jensen"

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