PC Aided Numerical Heat Transfer and Convective Flow is intended as a graduate course textbook for Mechanical and Chemical Engineering students as well as a reference book for practitioners interested in analytical and numerical treatments in the subject The book is written so that the reader can use the enclosed diskette, with the aid of a personal computer, to systematically learn both analytical and numerical approaches associated with fluid flow and heat transfer without resorting to complex mathematical treatments.This is the first book that not only describes solution methodologies but also provides complete programs ranging from SOLODE to SAINTS for integration of Navier Stokes equation.The book covers boundary layer flows to fully elliptic flows, laminar flows to turbulent flows, and free convection to forced convection The student will learn about convection in porous media, a new field of rapid growth in contemporary heat transfer research A basic knowledge of fluid mechanics and heat transfer is assumed It is also assumed that the student knows the basics of Fortran and has access to a personal computer.The material can be presented in a one semester course or with selective coverage in a seminar....
|Title||:||PC-Aided Numerical Heat Transfer and Convective Flow|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press 1 edition April 7, 1995|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
|File Size||:||680 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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PC-Aided Numerical Heat Transfer and Convective Flow Reviews
Heat transfer is employed în a wide range of applications including electronic cooling, heat recovery and energy conservation, manufacturing process, temperature control and many other applications în modern industries. Whilst there have been many new developments în the field, the basic technology remains essentially the same with the stimulus for change being the desire to meet the demands of new applications. Many problems relating to fluid flow and heat transfer în networks involve the use of complex computational procedures, and they are, in general difficult to model due to the randomness of the processes and sometimes the presence of fluid transients and instabilities.
The theory is discribed with difficult mathematical analysis. Other books gives results and not just mathematical formulas. Also, there are no appendixes or pictures at all. The analysis is a zero and you have to know exactly and extensively the heat convection theory to read this book. In other words, buy this book if you are going to study heat transfer extensively (university project, being a proffesor etc.). I am studying Mechanical Engineering, I did read many books about heat convection and the way that this book is written isn't the appropriate. Finally, the program is not one but ten small programs. Written in Fortran, the least that the author could do is to give a small compiler. Who can find a Fortran compiler these days? Who knows Fortran well enough to change the program list to describe the program he/she studies ? Furthermore, this book is expensive for what it offers and it doesn't contain any book resources. I think that Mr. Nakayama (I had read other books of him and found them good) has to think over the writing of this book again. After all, it is written in 1995.
EL LIBRO COMPRENDE EL DESARROLLO COMPUTACIONAL DE LOS PROBLEMAS DE DIFUSION-CONVECCION, COMO ELEMENTO DE APOYO PARA COMPRENDER EL USO Y DESARROLO DEL PROGRAMA SAINTS. COMO PROGRAMA EN DIFERNCIAS FINITAS DE TIPO GENERAL PARA LA SOLUCION DE LAS ECUACIONES DE NAVIER-STONE ES EXELENTE