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Heat Transfer Handbook (Free PDF)

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Heat transfer has emerged as a central discipline in contemporary engineering science. The research activity of a few decades ago—the material reviewed in the first handbooks—has distilled itself into textbook concepts and results. Heat transfer has become not only a self-standing discipline in the current literature and engineering curricula, but also an indispensable discipline at the interface with other pivotal and older disciplines. For example, fluid mechanics today is capable of describing the transport of heat and other contaminants because of the great progress made in modern convective heat transfer. Thermodynamics today is able to teach modeling, simulation, and optimization of “realistic” energy systems because of the great progress made in heat transfer. Ducts, extended surfaces, heat exchangers, and other features that may be contemplated by the practitioner are now documented in the heat transfer literature.

1. Basic Concepts
2. Thermophysical Properties of Fluids and Materials
3. Conduction Heat Transfer
4. Thermal Spreading and Contact Resistances
5. Forced Convection: Internal Flows
6. Forced Convection: External Flows
7. Natural Convection
8. Thermal Radiation
9. Boiling
10. Condensation
11. Heat Exchangers
12. Experimental Methods
13. Heat Transfer in Electronic Equipment
14. Heat Transfer Enhancement
15. Porous Media
16. Heat Pipes
17. Heat Transfer in Manufacturing and Materials Processing
18. Microscale Heat Transfer
19. Direct Contact Heat Transfer
Author Index
Subject Index

Author Details
"Adrian Bejan" J. A. Jones Professor of Mechanical Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering Duke University Durham, North Carolina.

"Allan D. Kraus" Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Akron Akron, Ohio.

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