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Advances in Heat Transfer Volume 34

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Title: Advances in Heat Transfer Volume 34
Author: James Hartnett, Thomas Irvine & Young Cho
ISBN: 0120200341 / 9780120200344
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 473
Publisher: Academic Press
Year: 2001
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 : TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN HETEROGENEOUS MEDIA BASED ON VOLUME AVERAGING THEORY
Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Fundamentals of Hierarchical Volume Averaging
Chapter 3 : Nonlinear and Turbulent Transport in Porous Media
Chapter 4 : Microscale Heat Transport Description Problems and VAT Approach
Chapter 5 : Radiative Heat Transport in Porous and Heterogeneous Media
Chapter 6 : Flow Resistance Experiments and VAT based Data Reduction
Chapter 7 : Experimental Measurements and Analysis of Internal Heat Transfer
Chapter 8 : Thermal Conductivity Measurement in a Two Phase Medium
Chapter 9 : VAT Based Compact Heat Exchanger Design and Optimization
Chapter 10 : New Optimization Technique for Material Design based on VAT
Chapter 11 : Concluding Remarks

PART II : TWO PHASE FLOW IN MICROCHANNELS
Chapter 12 : Introduction
Chapter 13 : Characteristics of Microchannel Flow
Chapter 14 : Two Phase Flow Regimes and Void Fraction in Microchannels
Chapter 15 : Pressure Drop
Chapter 16 : Forced Flow Subcooled Boiling
Chapter 17 : Critical Heat Flux in Microchannels
Chapter 18 : Critical FLow in Cracks and Slits
Chapter 19 : Concluding Remarks

PART III : TURBULENT FLOW AND CONVECTION : THE PREDICTION OF TURBULENT FLOW
Chapter 20 : Introduction
Chapter 21 : The Quantitative Representation of Turbulent FLow
Chapter 22 : The Quantitative Representation of Fully Developed Turbulent Convection
Chapter 23 : Summary and Conclusions

PART IV : PROGRESS IN THE NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF COMPACT HEAT EXCHANGER SURFACES
Chapter 24 : Introduction
Chapter 25 : Physics of Flow and Heat Transfer of CHE Surfaces
Chapter 26 : Numerical Analysis
Chapter 27 : Turbulence Models
Chapter 28 : Numerical Results of the CHE Surfaces
Chapter 29 : Conclusions

Index

 
 
 
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