Overview for Engineering Heat and Mass Transfer
This book is thoroughly upgraded and improved to incorporate the syllabi of various universities and competitive examinations. It is especially designed to serve as a basic text for undergraduate course in Heat and Mass Transfer for students of Mechanical/Chemical/Aeronautic /Production/ Metallurgical Engineering. The book follows the straight forward presentation of an extensive discussion of basic topics, classical pattern treating the subject analytically and numerically. Throughout the text, the emphasis has been laid on clear understanding of the theoretical concepts followed by the pertinent applications. Addressing the need of students, the book enumerates the required steps towards the solution of numerical problems by the use of systematic procedure characterized by a prescribed format.
Strong graphical support for easy understanding of the text. More structural approach to enable the students to learn problems meaningfully. Every problem in the book is solved by unique and most appropriate methodology. General data, formulae and principles of engineering thermodynamics are used in the text for better understanding. Inclusion of some new chapters, expansion of existing chapters and increment of solved examples. Provides review questions, and variety of exercise problems with answers at the end of each chapter. Pedagogy Rich More than 500 solved examples. More than 350 review questions. More than 450 exercise problems with answers. More than 600 illustrations. Chapter summary, references and suggested readings. Enlarged appendix and subject index at the end of the book.
1.Concepts and Mechanism of Heat Flow 2.Conduction-Basic Equations 3.Steady State Conduction Without Heat Generation 4.Steady State Conduction with Heat Generation 5.Heat Transfer From Extended Surfaces 6.Transient Heat Conduction 7.Principles of Convection 8.External Flow 9.Internal Flow 10.Natural Convection 11.Condensation and Boiling 12.Thermal Radiation : Properties and Processes 13.Radiation Exchange Between Surfaces 14.Heat Exchangers 15.Mass Transfer 16.Experiments in Engineering Heat Transfer.