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Bejan A. Convection Heat Transfer

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Bejan A. Convection Heat Transfer
4th ed.— Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013. 685 p. —
ISBN 978-0-470-90037-6; ISBN 978-1-118-33008-1 (ebk); ISBN 978-1-118-33282-5 (ebk);
ISBN 978-1-118-33448-5 (ebk); ISBN 978-1-118-51975-2 (ebk); ISBN 978-1-118-51976-9 (ebk).
A new edition of the bestseller on convection heat transfer
A revised edition of the industry classic, Convection Heat Transfer, Fourth Edition, chronicles how the field of heat transfer has grown and prospered over the last two decades. This new edition is more accessible, while not sacrificing its thorough treatment of the most up-to-date information on current research and applications in the field.
One of the foremost leaders in the field, Adrian Bejan has pioneered and taught many of the methods and practices commonly used in the industry today. He continues this book's long-standing role as an inspiring, optimal study tool by providing:
Coverage of how convection affects performance, and how convective flows can be configured so that performance is enhanced
How convective configurations have been evolving, from the flat plates, smooth pipes, and single-dimension fins of the earlier editions to new populations of configurations: tapered ducts, plates with multiscale features, dendritic fins, duct and plate assemblies (packages) for heat transfer density and compactness, etc.
New, updated, and enhanced examples and problems that reflect the author's research and advances in the field since the last edition
A solutions manual
Complete with hundreds of informative and original illustrations, Convection Heat Transfer, Fourth Edition is the most comprehensive and approachable text for students in schools of mechanical engineering.
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
List of Symbols
Fundamental Principles
Mass Conservation
Force Balances (Momentum Equations)
First Law of Thermodynamics
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Rules of Scale Analysis
Heatlines for Visualizing Convection
Laminar Boundary Layer Flow
Fundamental Problem in Convective Heat Transfer
Concept of Boundary Layer
Scale Analysis
Integral Solutions
Similarity Solutions
Flow Solution
Heat Transfer Solution
Other Wall Heating Conditions
Unheated Starting Length
Arbitrary Wall Temperature
Uniform Heat Flux
Film Temperature
Longitudinal Pressure Gradient: Flow Past a Wedge and Stagnation Flow
Flow Through the Wall: Blowing and Suction
Conduction Across a Solid Coating Deposited on a Wall
Entropy Generation Minimization in Laminar Boundary Layer Flow
Heatlines in Laminar Boundary Layer Flow
Distribution of Heat Sources on a Wall Cooled by Forced Convection
The Flow of Stresses
Laminar Duct Flow
Hydrodynamic Entrance Length
Fully Developed Flow
Hydraulic Diameter and Pressure Drop
Heat Transfer To Fully Developed Duct Flow
Mean Temperature
Fully Developed Temperature Profile
Uniform Wall Heat Flux
Uniform Wall Temperature
Heat Transfer to Developing Flow
Scale Analysis
Thermally Developing Hagen–Poiseuille Flow
Thermally and Hydraulically Developing Flow
Stack of Heat-Generating Plates
Heatlines in Fully Developed Duct Flow
Duct Shape for Minimum Flow Resistance
Tree-Shaped Flow
External Natural Convection
Natural Convection as a Heat Engine in Motion
Laminar Boundary Layer Equations
Scale Analysis
High-Pr Fluids
Low-Pr Fluids
Integral Solution
High-Pr Fluids
Low-Pr Fluids
Similarity Solution
Uniform Wall Heat Flux
Effect of Thermal Stratification
Conjugate Boundary Layers
Vertical Channel Flow
Combined Natural and Forced Convection (Mixed Convection)
Heat Transfer Results Including the Effect of Turbulence
Vertical Walls
Inclined Walls
Horizontal Walls
Horizontal Cylinder
Vertical Cylinder
Other Immersed Bodies
Stack of Vertical Heat-Generating Plates
Distribution of Heat Sources on a Vertical Wall
Internal Natural Convection
Transient Heating from the Side
Scale Analysis
Criterion for Distinct Vertical Layers
Criterion for Distinct Horizontal Jets
Boundary Layer Regime
Shallow Enclosure Limit
Summary of Results for Heating from the Side
Isothermal Sidewalls
Sidewalls with Uniform Heat Flux
Partially Divided Enclosures
Triangular Enclosures
Enclosures Heated from Below
Heat Transfer Results
Scale Theory of the Turbulent Regime
Constructal Theory of B´ enard Convection
Inclined Enclosures
Annular Space Between Horizontal Cylinders
Annular Space Between Concentric Spheres
Enclosures for Thermal Insulation and Mechanical
Transition to Turbulence
Empirical Transition Data
Scaling Laws of Transition
Buckling of Inviscid Streams
Local Reynolds Number Criterion for Transition
Instability of Inviscid Flow
Transition in Natural Convection on a Vertical Wall
Turbulent Boundary Layer Flow
Large-Scale Structure
Time-Averaged Equations
Boundary Layer Equations
Mixing Length Model
Velocity Distribution
Wall Friction in Boundary Layer Flow
Heat Transfer in Boundary Layer Flow
Theory of Heat Transfer in Turbulent Boundary Layer Flow
Other External Flows
Single Cylinder in Cross Flow
Other Body Shapes
Arrays of Cylinders in Cross Flow
Natural Convection Along Vertical Walls
Turbulent Duct Flow
Velocity Distribution
Friction Factor and Pressure Drop
Heat Transfer Coefficient
Total Heat Transfer Rate
Isothermal Wall
Uniform Wall Heating
Time-Dependent Heat Transfer
More Refined Turbulence Models
Heatlines in Turbulent Flow Near a Wall
Channel Spacings for Turbulent Flow
Free Turbulent Flows
Free Shear Layers
Free Turbulent Flow Model
Velocity Distribution
Structure of Free Turbulent Flows
Temperature Distribution
Two-Dimensional Jets
Round Jets
Jet in Density-Stratified Reservoir
Round Plume and the Entrainment Hypothesis
Pulsating Frequency of Pool Fires
Geometric Similarity of Free Turbulent Flows
Thermal Wakes Behind Concentrated Sources
Convection with Change of Phase
Laminar Film on a Vertical Surface
Turbulent Film on a Vertical Surface
Film Condensation in Other Configurations
Drop Condensation
Pool Boiling Regimes
Nucleate Boiling and Peak Heat Flux
Film Boiling and Minimum Heat Flux
Flow Boiling
Contact Melting and Lubrication
Plane Surfaces with Relative Motion
Other Contact Melting Configurations
Scale Analysis and Correlation
Melting Due to Viscous Heating in the Liquid Film
Melting By Natural Convection
Transition from the Conduction Regime to the Convection Regime
Quasisteady Convection Regime
Horizontal Spreading of the Melt Layer
Mass Transfer
Properties of Mixtures
Mass Conservation
Mass Diffusivities
Boundary Conditions
Laminar Forced Convection
Impermeable Surface Model
Other External Forced Convection Configurations
Internal Forced Convection
Natural Convection
Mass-Transfer-Driven Flow
Heat-Transfer-Driven Flow
Turbulent Flow
Time-Averaged Concentration Equation
Forced Convection Results
Contaminant Removal from a Ventilated Enclosure
Massfunction and Masslines
Effect of Chemical Reaction
Convection in Porous Media
Mass Conservation
Darcy Flow Model and the Forchheimer Modification
First Law of Thermodynamics
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Forced Convection
Boundary Layers
Concentrated Heat Sources
Sphere and Cylinder in Cross Flow
Channel Filled with Porous Medium
Natural Convection Boundary Layers
Boundary Layer Equations: Vertical Wall
Uniform Wall Temperature
Uniform Wall Heat Flux
Spacings for Channels Filled with Porous Structures
Conjugate Boundary Layers
Thermal Stratification
Sphere and Horizontal Cylinder
Horizontal Walls
Concentrated Heat Sources
Enclosed Porous Media Heated from the Side
Four Heat Transfer Regimes
Convection Results
Penetrative Convection
Lateral Penetration
Vertical Penetration
Enclosed Porous Media Heated from Below
Onset of Convection
Darcy Flow
Forchheimer Flow
Multiple Flow Scales Distributed Nonuniformly
Heat Transfer
Fluid Friction
Heat Transfer Rate Density: The Smallest Scale for Convection
Natural Porous Media: Alternating Trees
A Constants and Conversion Factors
B Properties of Solids
C Properties of Liquids
D Properties of Gases
E Mathematical Formulas
Author Index
Subject Index
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