Designed for undergraduate students of mechanical and chemical engineering, this textbook conveys an understanding of the physical concepts and methodologies of heat and mass transfer. It contains examples and problems to help students develop the analytical skills necessary.Designed for undergraduate students of mechanical and chemical engineering, this textbook conveys an understanding of the physical concepts and methodologies of heat and mass transfer. It contains examples and problems to help students develop the analytical skills necessary.Read Less
New Hardcover, Fifth Edition, clean, tight, unmarked (Fine), Systematic problem-solving methodology. * Extensive use of first law thermodynamics. * Finite Element Heat Transfer (FEHT) program w/ printed user's guide--A new software program (from the makers of EES) that solves 2D and transient conduction problems. All orders are shipped by kbooks every business day.
like new really, i dont see why anyone wouldnt want to same some $$$ the same book and it arrived on time too
Mar 28, 2009
Ok, the book was good and the conditions were almost as they said. But the problem is that it took almost three weeks more than expected, and that was not so good with me!!!
Jan 17, 2009
It is a very powerful book in Heat Transfer
This is the best book you might have for Heat Transfer courses either in the undergraduate or graduate level. It discusses conduction heat transfer in 5 different chapters with a lot of solved problems. Also included is convective heat transfer and radiative heat transfer. In the last two chapters, a heat transfer application is discussed which is heat exchangers. I really recommended all chemical, mechanical or any other student, who needs to understand the heat transfer phenomenon, to buy this book.
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