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Design Of Fluid Thermal Systems

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9780495667681

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0495667684
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Pub. Date:
5/11/2009
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

This book is designed to serve senior-level engineering students taking a capstone design course in fluid and thermal systems design. It is built from the ground up with the needs and interests of practicing engineers in mind; the emphasis is on practical applications. The book begins with a discussion of design methodology, including the process of bidding to obtain a project, and project management techniques. The text continues with an introductory overview of fluid thermal systems (a pump and pumping system, a household air conditioner, a baseboard heater, a water slide, and a vacuum cleaner are among the examples given), and a review of the properties of fluids and the equations of fluid mechanics. The text then offers an in-depth discussion of piping systems, including the economics of pipe size selection. Janna examines pumps (including net positive suction head considerations) and piping systems. He provides the reader with the ability to design an entire system for moving fluids that is efficient and cost-effective. Next, the book provides a review of basic heat transfer principles, and the analysis of heat exchangers, including double pipe, shell and tube, plate and frame cross flow heat exchangers. Design considerations for these exchangers are also discussed. The text concludes with a chapter of term projects that may be undertaken by teams of students.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Dimensions and Units
The Design Process
The Bid Process
Approaches to Engineering Design
Design Project Example
Project Management
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Show and Tell
Problems
Fluid Properties and Basic Equations
Fluid Properties
Measurement of Viscosity
Measurement of Pressure
Basic Equations of Fluid Mechanics
Summary
Show and Tell
Problems
Piping Systems I
Pipe and Tubing Standards
Hydraulic Diameter
Equation of Motion for Flow in a Duct
Friction Factor and Pipe Roughness
Minor Losses
Flow Through Noncircular Cross Sections
Summary
Show and Tell
Problems
Piping Systems II
Concepts of Optimization
Economic Pipe Diameter
Equivalent Length of Fittings
System Behavior
Pipes in Parallel
Graphical Symbols for Piping Systems
Support Systems for Pipes
Selected Topics in Fluid Mechanics
Measurement of Flow Rate in Closed Conduits
Flow in Pipe Networks
Water Hammer
Thermal Stresses in Pipes
Unsteady Draining Tank Problem
Summary
Show and Tell
Problems
Pumps and Piping Systems
Types of Pumps
Pump Testing Methods
Cavitation and Net Positive Suction Head
Dimensional Analysis of Pumps
Specific Speed and Pump Types
Piping System Design Methodology
Fans and Fan Performance
Turbines and Compressors
Summary
Show and Tell
Problems
Group Problems
Some Heat Transfer Fundamentals
Conduction of Heat Through a Plane Wall
Conduction of Heat Through a Cylinder Wall
Convection Heat Transfer--The General Problem
Convection Heat Transfer Problems: Formulation and Solution
Optimum Thickness of Insulation
Summary
Problems
Double Pipe Heat Exchangers
The Double Pipe Heat Exchanger
Analysis of Double Pipe Heat Exchangers
Effectiveness-NTU Analysis
Double Pipe Heat Exchanger
Summary
Show and Tell
Problems
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
Analysis of Shell and Tube Exchangers
Increased Heat Recovery in Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Optimum Water Outlet
Show and Tell
Problems
Plate & Frame Heat Exchangers and Cross Flow Heat Exchangers
The Plate and Frame Heat Exchanger
Analysis of Plate and Frame Heat Exchangers
Cross Flow Heat Exchangers
Summary
Show and Tell
Problems
Project Descriptions
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