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Design and Optimization of Thermal Systems : with MATLAB Applications, 3rd Edition

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Title: Design and Optimization of Thermal Systems : with MATLAB Applications, 3rd Edition
Author: Yogesh Jaluria
ISBN: 1498778232 / 9781498778237
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 592
Publisher: CRC Press
Year: 2019
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
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Design and Optimization of Thermal Systems, Third Edition: with MATLAB® Applications provides systematic and efficient approaches to the design of thermal systems, which are of interest in a wide range of applications. It presents basic concepts and procedures for conceptual design, problem formulation, modeling, simulation, design evaluation, achieving feasible design, and optimization. Emphasizing modeling and simulation, with experimentation for physical insight and model validation, the third edition covers the areas of material selection, manufacturability, economic aspects, sensitivity, genetic and gradient search methods, knowledge-based design methodology, uncertainty, and other aspects that arise in practical situations. This edition features many new and revised examples and problems from diverse application areas and more extensive coverage of analysis and simulation with MATLAB®.

Preface

Chapter 1 :
Introduction
Chapter 2 : Basic Considerations in Design
Chapter 3 : Modeling of Thermal Systems
Chapter 4 : Numerical Modeling and Simulation
Chapter 5 : Acceptable Design of a Thermal System : A Synthesis of Different Design Steps
Chapter 6 : Economic Considerations
Chapter 7 : Problem Formulation for Optimization
Chapter 8 : Lagrange Multipliers
Chapter 9 : Search Methods
Chapter 10 : Geometric, Linear, and Dynamic Programming and Other Methods for Optimization
Chapter 11 : Knowledge-Based Design and Additional Considerations

Index

 
 
 
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