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Advances in Heat Transfer Volume 33

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Title: Advances in Heat Transfer Volume 33
Author: James Hartnett, Thomas Irvine, Young Cho & George Greene
ISBN: 0120200333 / 9780120200337
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 524
Publisher: Academic Press
Year: 1999
Availability: Out of Stock
     
 
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Advances in Heat Transfer is designed to fill the information gap between regularly scheduled journals and university level textbooks by providing in-depth review articles over a broader scope than is allowable in either journals or texts.
 

Contributors
Preface

PART I : HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER IN MICROWAVE PROCESSING
Chapter 1. : Introduction
Chapter 2. : Microwave Oven Components
Chapter 3. : Microwave Material Interactions
Chapter 4. : Electromagnetic Fields in a Microwave Enclosure
Chapter 5. : Heat Transport during Microwave Processing
Chapter 6. : Mass Transport in Porous Media under Microwave Heating
Chapter 7. : Closing Remarks

PART II : ENHANCEMENT OF HEAT TRANSFER AND MASS TRANSPORT
Chapter 8. : Introduciton
Chapter 9. : Theoretical Background
Chapter 10. : EHD Enhancement of Boiling Heat Transfer
Chapter 11. : EHD Enhancement of Condensation Heat Transfer
Chapter 12. : EHD Pumping
Chapter 13. : Enhancement of Heat Transfer with Corona Wind
Chapter 14. : Conclusions

PART III : MICROSCALE ASPECTS OF THERMAL RADIATION TRANSPORT AND LASER APPLICATIONS
Chapter 13. : Introduction
Chapter 14. : Fundamentals
Chapter 15. : length Scales and Related Radiation Regimes
Chapter 16. : Time Scales and Related Regimes
Chapter 17. : Electromagnetic Wave Interference and Related Models
Chapter 18. : Models for Thin Metallic Films
Chapter 19. : Short-Pulse Radiation Transport through Scattering Absorbing Media
Chapter 20. : Laser Metal Interaction

PART IV : GAS IR RADIATIVE PROPERTIES : FROM SPECTROSCOPIC DATA TO APPROXIMATE MODELS
Chapter 21. : Introduction
Chapter 22. : Characterization of an Isolated Line
Chapter 23. : Gas Molecular Spectra
Chapter 24. : Statistical Narrowband (SNB) Models
Chapter 25. : The Correlated-k (CK) and correlated-k-Fictitious-Gas (CKFG)
Chapter 26. : Models Based on Global Absorption Distribution Functions
Chapter 27. : Accuracy of the Models Applied to Radiative Transfer in Planar Media
Chapter 28. : Concluding Remarks

PART V : COOLING-WATER FOULING IN HEAT EXCHANGERS
Chapter 29: Introduction
Chapter 30. : Fouling Mechanisms during Heat Transfer to Water
Chapter 31. : Sequential Events of Fouling
Chapter 32. : General Approach to the Modeling of Heat-Exchanger Fouling
Chapter 33. : Crystallization Fouling
Chapter 34. : Particulate Fouling
Chapter 35. : Biological Fouling
Chapter 36. : Industrial Cooling-Water Fouling
Chapter 37. : Mitigation of Cooling-Water Fouling
Chapter 38. : Conclusions

Index

 
 
 
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