9780135259733

Analysis and Design of Energy Systems

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  • ISBN13:

    9780135259733

  • ISBN10:

    0135259738

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/23/1998
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

Analysis and Design of Energy Systems is a readable, self-contained (data, properties), computer based and applications oriented book. It includes a large number of realistic examples and problems, with an emphasis on problem formulation and solution, not programming, and on component details. Topics are developed from the basics; the contents are useful and practical; first-order details are provided; and problem solution tactics and strategies are discussed. This edition includes MathCad as the arithmetic engine, and Math Cad worksheets are included for every procedure in the book. Useful for practicing engineers as a reference book, particularly for reference for piping systems, pumps, and heat exchangers.

Table of Contents

PREFACE ix
CHAPTER 1 PIPING SYSTEMS
1(97)
1.1 Introduction
1(1)
1.2 Fundamental Equations of Fluid Mechanics
2(4)
1.3 Head-Loss Representation
6(13)
1.4 Piping Networks
19(24)
1.5 Hardy-Cross Method
43(10)
1.6 Generalized Hardy-Cross Analysis
53(17)
References
70(1)
Review Questions
71(4)
Problems
75(23)
CHAPTER 2 HEAT EXCHANGERS I
98(71)
2.1 Introduction
98(1)
2.2 Methods of Analysis
99(22)
2.3 Heat Transfer Fundamentals
121(35)
2.4 Heat-Exchanger Pressure Losses
156(4)
References
160(1)
Review Questions
160(2)
Problems
162(7)
CHAPTER 3 HEAT EXCHANGERS II
169(83)
3.1 Introduction
169(1)
3.2 Temperature-Dependent Fluid Properties
169(3)
3.3 Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchangers
172(27)
3.4 Cross-Flow Heat Exchangers
199(40)
3.5 Mechanical Problems
239(3)
3.6 Concluding Remarks
242(1)
References
242(1)
Review Questions
243(1)
Problems
243(9)
CHAPTER 4 PRIME MOVERS
252(87)
4.1 Introduction
252(1)
4.2 Pump Characteristics
253(7)
4.3 Pump Standards
260(1)
4.4 Centrifugal Pumps
261(5)
4.5 Manufacturers' Pump Characteristics
266(3)
4.6 Relations Among Performance Characteristics
269(20)
4.7 Pumps in Series and Parallel
289(7)
4.8 Pump-System Operation
296(5)
4.9 Pump Placement to Avoid Cavitation
301(9)
4.10 Additional System Considerations
310(7)
4.11 Fans
317(7)
4.12 Nozzles
324(5)
4.13 Concluding Remarks
329(1)
References
329(1)
Review Questions
330(2)
Problems
332(7)
CHAPTER 5 SYSTEM SIMULATION
339(57)
5.1 Introduction and Overview
339(2)
5.2 Principles of Modeling and Simulation
341(4)
5.3 Parametric Representation by Curve Fitting
345(10)
5.4 Hardy-Cross Revisited
355(1)
5.5 Steady-State Simulation
356(11)
5.6 Transient Simulation
367(7)
5.7 Generalized One-Dimensional Compressible Flow
374(10)
5.8 Concluding Remarks
384(1)
References
385(1)
Review Questions
386(1)
Problems
387(9)
CHAPTER 6 ESTIMATING UNCERTAINTY IN THERMAL/FLUID SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
396(24)
6.1 Introduction
396(1)
6.2 Uncertainty Analysis Procedure
397(1)
6.3 Series-Piping-Design Uncertainty Procedure
398(7)
6.4 Piping-Network Design Uncertainty Procedure
405(7)
6.5 Heat-Exchanger Analysis Uncertainty Procedure
412(5)
6.6 Closure
417(1)
References
418(1)
Review Questions
418(1)
Problems
419(1)
CHAPTER 7 FLUID TRANSIENTS
420(29)
7.1 Introduction
420(1)
7.2 Rigid Theory
421(6)
7.3 Water Hammer
427(5)
7.4 Water-Hammer Analysis
432(6)
7.5 Lumped-Parameter Analysis
438(5)
References
443(2)
Review Questions
445(2)
Problems
447(2)
APPENDICES 449(28)
A Conversion Factors 449(4)
B Physical Properties 453(11)
C ANSI Pipe Information 464(9)
D Plastic Pipe Information 473(2)
E Tubing Information 475(2)
INDEX 477
PART ONE 3(222)
Chapter One In the Beginning: 1899-1902
3(26)
Chapter Two The Emergence of Pro Football in the Chicago Area: 1902-1919
29(38)
Chapter Three The Birth of the NFL: 1920
67(22)
Chapter Four Growing Pains: 1921-1924
89(28)
Chapter Five The First Championship: 1925
117(26)
Chapter Six The Roaring Twenties: 1926-1929
143(24)
Chapter Seven Blue Shirt Charlie's Wide World of Sports: 1930-1939
167(38)
Chapter Eight The Beginning: 1940
205(20)
PART TWO 225(162)
Chapter Nine The War Years: 1941-1942
225(28)
Chapter Ten The Woe Years: 1943-1945
253(20)
Chapter Eleven The Coach: Jimmy Conzelman
273(12)
Chapter Twelve The Resurrection: 1946
285(22)
Chapter Thirteen The Year 1947
307(38)
Chapter Fourteen The Championship: 1947
345(16)
Chapter Fifteen The Aftermath: 1948-1959
361(26)
Epilogue 1960-1999 387(2)
Appendix A: And Then What Happened? 389(8)
Appendix B: Cardinals Greats 397(1)
Appendix C: All-time Results 398(8)
Bibliography 406

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