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Principles of Heat Transfer

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Pub. Date:
9/20/2000
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CL Engineering
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Summary

Frank Kreith and Mark Bohn's PRINCIPLES OF HEAT TRANSFER is known and respected as a classic in the field! The sixth edition has new homework problems, and the authors have added new Mathcad problems that show readers how to use computational software to solve heat transfer problems. This new edition features own web site that features real heat transfer problems from industry, as well as actual case studies.

Author Biography

Frank Kreith is Professor Emeritus, University of Colorado at Boulder and ASME Fellow, National Conference of State Legislatures, Denver, Colorado.

Table of Contents

Basic Modes of Heat Transfer
1(72)
The Relation of Heat Transfer to Thermodynamics
1(3)
Heat Conduction
4(13)
Convection
17(4)
Radiation
21(3)
Combined Heat Transfer Systems
24(17)
Thermal Insulation
41(6)
Heat Transfer and the Law of Energy Conservation
47(6)
Dimensions and Units
53(4)
Closing Remarks
57(16)
References
58(1)
Problems
59(14)
Heat Conduction
73(98)
Introduction
73(1)
The Conduction Equation
74(6)
Steady Heat Conduction in Simple Geometries
80(15)
Extended Surfaces
95(11)
Multidimensional Steady Conduction
106(10)
Transient Heat Conduction
116(18)
Charts for Transient Heat Conduction
134(16)
Closing Remarks
150(21)
References
151(1)
Problems
152(19)
Numerical Analysis of Heat Conduction
171(62)
Introduction
171(1)
One-Dimensional Steady Conduction
172(12)
One-Dimensional Unsteady Conduction
184(15)
Two-Dimensional Unsteady and Steady Conduction
199(17)
Cylindrical Coordinates
216(2)
Irregular Boundaries
218(4)
Closing Remarks
222(11)
References
223(1)
Problems
223(10)
Analysis of Convection Heat Transfer
233(68)
Introduction
233(1)
Convection Heat Transfer
233(3)
Boundary-Layer Fundamentals
236(2)
Conservation of Mass, Momentum, and Energy for Laminar Flow over a Flat Plate
238(4)
Dimensionaless Boundary-Layer Equations and Similarity Parameters
242(4)
Evaluation of Convection Heat Transfer Coefficients
246(1)
Dimensional Analysis
247(8)
Analytic Solution for Laminar Boundary-Layer Flow over a Flat Plate
255(9)
Approximate Integral Boundary-Layer Analysis
264(6)
Analogy Between Momentum and Heat Transfer in Turbulent Flow over a Flat Surface
270(6)
Reynolds Analogy for Turbulent Flow over Plane Surfaces
276(1)
Mixed Boundary Layer
277(3)
Special Boundary Conditions and High-Speed Flow
280(5)
Closing Remarks
285(16)
References
287(1)
Problems
288(13)
Natural Convection
301(54)
Introduction
301(2)
Similarity Parameters for Natural Convection
303(9)
Empirical Correlation for Various Shapes
312(15)
Rotating Cylinders, Disks, and Spheres
327(2)
Combined Forced and Natural Convection
329(4)
Finned Surfaces
333(5)
Closing Remarks
338(17)
References
343(2)
Problems
345(10)
Forced Convection Inside Tubes and Ducts
355(66)
Introduction
355(10)
Analysis of Laminar Forced Convection in a Long Tube
365(10)
Correlations for Laminar Forced Convection
375(14)
Analogy Between Heat and Momentum Transfer in Turbulent Flow
389(4)
Empirical Correlations for Turbulent Forced Convection
393(11)
Forced Convection and Cooling of Electronic Devices
404(3)
Closing Remarks
407(14)
References
410(2)
Problems
412(9)
Forced Convection over Exterior Surfaces
421(64)
Flow over Bluff Bodies
421(2)
Cylinders, Spheres, and Other Bluff Shapes
423(18)
Packed Beds
441(4)
Tube Bundles in Cross-Flow
445(15)
Free Jets
460(11)
Closing Remarks
471(14)
References
473(2)
Problems
475(10)
Heat Exchangers
485(54)
Introduction
485(1)
Basic Types of Heat Exchangers
485(8)
Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient
493(4)
Log Mean Temperature Difference
497(7)
Heat Exchanger Effectiveness
504(10)
Heat Transfer Enhancement
514(8)
Closing Remarks
522(17)
References
524(1)
Problems
525(14)
Heat Transfer by Radiation
539(88)
Thermal Radiation
539(2)
Blackbody Radiation
541(12)
Radiation Properties
553(18)
The Radiation Shape Factor
571(10)
Enclosures with Black Surfaces
581(4)
Enclosures with Gray Surfaces
585(6)
Matrix Inversion
591(12)
Radiation Properties of Gases and Vapors
603(9)
Radiation Combined with Convection and Conduction
612(4)
Closing Remarks
616(11)
References
617(1)
Problems
618(9)
Heat Transfer with Phase Change
627
Introduction to Boiling
627(1)
Pool Boiling
627(22)
Boiling in Forced Convection
649(14)
Condensation
663(10)
Condenser Design
673(1)
Heat Pipes
674(13)
Freezing and Melting
687
References
692(3)
Problems
695
Appendix 1 The International System of Units A3
Appendix 2 Tables A6
Properties of Solids
A7
Thermodynamic Properties of Liquids
A14
Heat Transfer Fluids
A23
Liquid Metals
A24
Thermodynamic Properties of Gases
A26
Miscellaneous Properties, Computer Codes, and Error Function
A37
Correlation Equations for Physical Properties
A46
Appendix 3 Tridiagonal Matrix Computer Program A51
Appendix 4 The Heat Transfer Literature A54
Appendix 5 Mathcad Problems A55
Index I1


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