Heat Transfer 1 deals with conduction and convection. It examines the treatment of transient conduction, which is essential for the optimization of processes and systems, as well as for all energy saving problems. The numerous solved exercises allow the reader to grasp the whole range of applications, whether in the field of building, transport, materials or the environment. The appendices contain all the data needed to solve the exercises and will be a valuable source of information.
This book is designed for masters and engineering students who are interested in all aspects of heat transfer, but also for engineers who will find the bases needed to understand similar phenomena (conduction-convection-radiation), but which require a different form of reflection and approach.
1. Introduction to Heat Transfer.
2. Steady-State Conduction Heat Transfer.
3. Heat Transfer by Conduction in Transient Regime.
4. Convective Heat Transfer.
Yves Jannot is a CNRS research engineer at the Energy, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Laboratory of the University of Lorraine, France.
Christian Moyne is CNRS research director at the Energy, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Laboratory of the University of Lorraine, France.
Alain Degiovanni is professor emeritus at the Energy, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Laboratory of the University of Lorraine, France, and research director at the International University of Rabat, Morocco.
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