Heat Transfer

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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 Introduction
1.1 The subject of heat transfer
1.2 Three modes of heat transfer
1.2.1 Heat conduction
1.2.2 Heat convection
1.2.3 Thermal radiation
1.3 Heat transfer process
1.4 Thermal resistance analysis
1.4.1 Thermal resistance
1.4.2 Thermal resistance in series
1.4.3 Thermal resistance in parallel
Review Questions
CHAPTER 2 Conduction Theory
2.1 Temperature distribution
2.2 Fourier's law
2.3 Thermal conductivity
2.4 Heat conduction differential equations for Cartesian coordinate system
2.5 Heat conduction differential equations for cylindrical coordinate system
2.6 Boundary conditions
Review Questions
CHAPTER 3 Steady-State Conduction
3.1 One-dimensional steady state conduction
3.1.1 One-dimensional single-layer plane slab
3.1.2 Muhilayer plane slab
3.1.3 The dimensional cylindrical tube
3.1.4 The hollow sphere
3.1.5 Multilayer cylindrical tube
3. 1.6 Contact resistance
3.2 Heat source systems
3.2.1 The plane slab with internal heat source
3.2.2 The cylinder with internal heat source
3.3 Heat transfer from fins
3.3.1 Heat conduction through rectangular straight fins
3.3.2 Fin efficiency and overall fin surface efficiency
3.4 Multi-dimensional steady heat conduction
3.4.1 Analysis methods for multi dimensional steady conduction
3.4.2 Method of separation of variables
3.4.3 Conduction shape factor
Review Questions
CHAPTER 4 Unsteady-State Heat Conduction
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Convection boundary conditions analysis for transient conduction
4.3 Lumped-heat-capacity system
4.4 One-dimensional transient heat conduction
4.4.1 The infinite plane slab
4.4.2 The long cylinder
4.4.3 The sphere
4.4.4 Engineering calculation method of transient heat conduction
4.5 Semi-infinite transient heat conduction
4.6 Multidimensional transient heat conduction
Review Questions
CHAPTER 5 Principle of Convection Heat Transfer
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Equations for convection heat transferI4
5.2.1 Convection heat transfer equation
5.2.2 Energy equations for convection heat transfer
5.2.3 Mass equation and momentum equations
5.3 The boundary layer equations
5.4 Velocity and temperature distribution in laminar boundary layer
5.5 Analysis of turbulent heat transfer
Review Questions
CHAPTER 6 Empirical and Practical Relations for Forced-Convection
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6.1 Introduction
6.2 Equation analysis method
6.3 Empirical relations for internal flows
6.4 Empirical relations for external flows
6.4.1 Flow across a single cylinder or sphere
6.4.2 Flow across tube banks
Review Questions
CHAPTER 7 Natural Convection System
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Natural convection heat transfer analysis on a vertical flat plate
7.3 Empirical relations for natural convection heat transfer
7.3.1 Large space natural convection with isothermal surfaces
7.3.2 Natural convection with constant heat flux surfaces
7.3.3 Natural convection in enclosed spaces
Review Questions
CHAPTER 8 Condensation and Boiling Heat Transfer
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Condensation heat transfer
8.2.1 Film condensation
8.2.2 Equations for the vertical wall
8.2.3 Nusselt's solution for the vertical wall
8.2.4 Laminar condensation for other geometries
8.2.5 Transition and turbulence in a vertical film
8.2.6 Influencing factors of film condensation
8.2.7 Dropwise condensation
8.3 Boiling heat transfer
8.3.1 Saturated pool boiling curve
8.3.2 Nucleate boiling correlations
8.3.3 Critical heat flux prediction (CHF)
8.3.4 Minimum heat flux: the Leidenfrost point
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