PRINCIPLES OF HEAT TRANSFER was first published in 1959, and since then it has grown to be considered a classic within the field, setting the standards for coverage and organization within all other Heat Transfer texts. The book is designed for a one-semester course in heat transfer at the junior or senior level, however, flexibility in pedagogy has been provided. Following several recommendations of the ASME Committee on Heat Transfer Education, Kreith, Manglik, and Bohn present relevant and stimulating content in this fresh and comprehensive approach to heat transfer, acknowledging that in todayas world classical mathematical solutions to heat transfer problems are often less influential than computational analysis. This acknowledgement is met with the emphasize that students must still learn to appreciate both the physics and the elegance of simple mathematics in addressing complex phenomena, aiming at presenting the principles of heat transfer both within the framework of classical mathematics and empirical correlations. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.In practice, the most important of these gases are H20, C02, CO, S02, NH3, and the hydrocarbons. ... vibrations of individual atoms in a molecule can be excited so that atoms that possess free electrical charges can emit ... at the wavelength corresponding to the vibrational transformation, with multiple rotational energy changes slightly above or below the peak. ... its value depends not only on the pressure, temperature, and composition, but also on the geometry of the radiating gas.
|Title||:||Principles of Heat Transfer, SI Edition|
|Author||:||Frank Kreith, Raj Manglik, Mark Bohn|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2010-11-24|