The book provides a valuable source of technical content for the prediction and analysis of advanced heat transfer problems, including conduction, convection, radiation, phase change, and chemically reactive modes of heat transfer.
With more than 20 new sections, case studies, and examples, the Third Edition broadens the scope of thermal engineering applications, including but not limited to biomedical, micro- and nanotechnology, and machine learning. The book features a chapter devoted to each mode of multiphase heat transfer.
- Covers the analysis and design of advanced thermal engineering systems
- Presents solution methods that can be applied to complex systems such as semi-analytical, machine learning, and numerical methods
- Includes a chapter devoted to each mode of multiphase heat transfer, including boiling, condensation, solidification, and melting
- Explains processes and governing equations of multiphase flows with droplets and particles
- Applies entropy and the second law of thermodynamics for the design and optimization of thermal engineering systems
Advanced Heat Transfer, Third Edition, offers a comprehensive source for single and multiphase systems of heat transfer for senior undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in advanced heat transfer, multiphase fluid mechanics, and advanced thermodynamics. A solutions manual is provided to adopting instructors.
Table of Contents
2. Heat Conduction
4. Thermal Radiation
5. Gas–Liquid Two-Phase Flows
6. Multiphase Flows with Droplets and Particles
7. Solidification and Melting
8. Chemically Reacting Flows
9. Heat Exchangers
10. Computational Heat Transfer
Greg F. Naterer is the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Memorial University, Canada. He previously held a Canada Research Chair in Advanced Energy Systems. Dr. Naterer has served in prominent national and international leadership roles in education and research including as Chair of the National Council of Deans of Engineering and Applied Science of Canada (NCDEAS), and Thermophysics Technical Committee of AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics). Dr. Naterer has made significant contributions to the fields of heat transfer, energy systems, and fluid mechanics. He led an international team that developed and constructed a copper–chlorine cycle of thermochemical hydrogen production. Dr. Naterer is the Editor–in–Chief of the AIAA Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer. Among his awards and honors for teaching and research, Dr. Naterer has received the EIC Julian C. Smith Medal, CNS Innovative Achievement Award, CSME Jules Stachiewicz Medal and Best Professor Teaching Award. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) and Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE). Dr. Naterer received his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Canada, in 1995.