Heat transfer: a practical approach

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WBC McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Science - 1006 pages
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Contents

FUNDAMENTALS
3
HEAT CONDUCTION EQUATION
57
Example 22 Heat Generation in a Hair Dryer
63
Contents
78
STEADY HEAT CONDUCTION
129
Example 34 Equivalent Thickness of Contact Resistance
143
Example 39 Heat Loss from an Insulated Electric Wire
157
Example 310 Effect of Insulation on Surface Temperature
174
Example 103 The Condensation of Steam in a Condenser
588
Example 107 Upper Limit for Heat Transfer in a Heat Exchanger
594
Example 108 Using the EffectivenessNTU Method
600
MASS TRANSFER
623
Example 111 Determining Mass Fractions from Mole Fractions
633
Example 115 Diffusion of Hydrogen through a Spherical Container
642
Example 117 Hardening of Steel by the Diffusion of Carbon
649
Example 118 Venting of Helium into the Atmosphere by Diffusion
658

Example 312 Maximum Power Dissipation of a Transistor
190
Example 315 Heat Loss from Buried Steam Pipes
193
TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION
225
TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION
226
Example 43 Boiling Eggs
240
Example 46 Minimum Burial Depth of Water Pipes to Avoid
247
Example 49 Cooling of a Long Cylinder by Water
253
NUMERICAL METHODS IN HEAT CONDUCTION
273
NUMERICAL METHODS IN HEAT
274
Example 51 Steady Heat Conduction in a Large Uranium Plate
286
Example 53 GaussSiedel Iteration Method
296
Example 56 Transient Heat Conduction in a Large Uranium Plate
309
Example 58 Transient TwoDimensional Heat Conduction
318
FORCED CONVECTION
349
FORCED CONVECTION
350
Example 61 Flow of Hot Oil over a Flat Plate
361
Example 63 Heat Loss from a Steam Pipe in Windy
368
Example 65 Heating of Water by Resistance Heaters in a Tube
382
NATURAL CONVECTION
411
Example 71 Heat Loss from Hot Water Pipes
417
Example 73 Heat Loss through a DoublePane Window
424
Example 76 Heat Loss from the Ducts of a Heating System in
430
BOILING AND CONDENSATION
451
Example 81 Nucleate Boiling of Water in a Pan
463
Example 84 Condensation of Steam on a Vertical Plate
478
Conents
479
Contents
483
RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER
495
Example 91 Radiation Emission from a Black Ball
503
Example 1
508
Example 93 Average Emissivity of a Surface and Emissive Power
509
Example 94 Selective Absorber and Reflective Surfaces
518
Example 95 View Factors Associated with Two Concentric
526
Example 910 Radiation Heat Transfer in a Black Cubical Furnace
533
Example 911 Radiation Heat Transfer between Large Parallel Plates
539
Example 915 Radiation Shields
550
HEAT EXCHANGERS
569
Example 101 Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient of a Heat Exchanger
578
Example 1110 Mass Convection inside a Circular Pipe
668
HEATING AND COOLING OF BUILDINGS
699
Example 121 Effect of Clothing on Thermal Comfort
710
321
713
Example 123 Effect of Solar Heated Walls on Design Heat Load
719
Example 125 Heat Gain of an Exercise Room
725
Example 127 The ?Value of a Wall with Rigid Foam
731
Example 1210 Heat Loss from a BelowGrade Basement
737
Example 1212 Factor for CenterofGlass Section of Windows
750
Example 1215 Installing Reflective Films on Windows
758
Example 1216 Reducing Infiltration Losses by Winterizing
764
Example 1219 Choosing the Most Economical Air Conditioner
770
REFRIGERATION AND FREEZING OF FOODS
795
Example 131 Cooling of Apples while Avoiding Freezing
803
324
807
Example 134 Cooling of Bananas by Refrigerated Air
814
Example 135 Chilling of Beef Carcasses in a Meat Plant
823
Example 136 Retrofitting a Dairy Plant with a Regenerator
829
Example 137 Freezing of Chicken
835
Example 1310 Transport of Apples by Refrigerated Trucks
841
M 139 Summary
842
COOLING OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
863
Property Tables and Charts SI Units
945
647
946
327
948
Table A4 Properties of Solid Nonmetals
951
Table A8 Properties of Miscellaneous Materials
957
650
959
328
965
Table A14 Emissivity of Surfaces
969
670
972
Table A4E Properties of Solid Nonmetals
977
Table A8E Properties of Miscellaneous Materials
983
676
985
TableA12E Properties of the Atmosphere at High Altitude
989
A Heat Transfer Example Problem
995
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