By John H. Lienhard IV and John H. Lienhard V
This textbook is an creation to warmth and mass move orientated towards engineering scholars. the themes lined contain warmth conduction, pressured and traditional convection, thermal radiation, boiling, condensation, warmth exchangers, and mass move. The publication comprises labored examples and end-of-chapter routines. The 3rd version (2003) has been generally revised and up-to-date from the outdated moment variation (1987).
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9] V. S. Arpaci. Conduction Heat Transfer. , 1991. Abridgement of the 1966 edition, omitting numerical analysis. 10] W. M. Kays and M. E. Crawford. Convective Heat and Mass Transfer. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 3rd edition, 1993. Coverage is mainly of boundary layers and internal ﬂows. M. White. Viscous Fluid Flow. , New York, 2nd edition, 1991. Excellent development of fundamental results for boundary layers and internal ﬂows. A. Schetz. Foundations of Boundary Layer Theory for Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer.
Accordingly, we write the time rate of change of entropy of the universe, dSUn /dt ≡ S˙Un , as −Qrev Qrev S˙Un = S˙b + S˙surroundings = + Tb T∞ 6 Pronounced Bee-oh. B. Biot, although younger than Fourier, worked on the analysis of heat conduction even earlier—in 1802 or 1803. He grappled with the problem of including external convection in heat conduction analyses in 1804 but could not see how to do it. Fourier read Biot’s work and by 1807 had determined how to analyze the problem. (Later we encounter a similar dimensionless group called the Nusselt number, Nu = hL/kﬂuid .
15) where T∞ is the temperature of the oncoming ﬂuid. This statement suggests that energy is ﬂowing from the body. 3 is constantly replenished, the body temperature need not change. Then with the help of eqn. 3) we get, from eqn. 17) This is the steady-state form of Newton’s law of cooling, as it is usually quoted, although Newton never wrote such an expression. The constant h is the ﬁlm coeﬃcient or heat transfer coeﬃcient. The bar over h indicates that it is an average over the surface of the body.