1st Edition

# Heat Transfer A Systematic Learning Approach

534 Pages 5 Color & 233 B/W Illustrations
by CRC Press

534 Pages 5 Color & 233 B/W Illustrations
by CRC Press

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Heat Transfer: A Systematic Learning Approach presents valuable tools for understanding heat transfer mechanisms and provides a clear understanding of complex turbulent flows. It gives a comprehensive introduction to topics of heat transfer, including conduction, convection, thermal radiation, and nanofluids.

Covering both traditional analytical models for canonical flows and modern turbulence modeling approaches for heat transfer, the book discusses complex impinging jet flow, phase change flows, nanofluids, and convective mass transfer flow. The text includes numerous end-of-chapter problems to enhance student understanding and different solving approaches. It offers the basic flow and energy analysis along with useful MAPLE code to facilitate the learning process.

The book is intended for senior undergraduate mechanical, aerospace, and chemical engineering students taking courses in heat transfer.

Instructors will be able to utilize a Solutions Manual, Jupyter Notebook programmes, and Figure Slides for their courses.

The eBook+ version includes the following enhancements:

• Pop-up glossary terms: Hovering over a highlighted word will reveal the definition in a pop-up bubble.
• Video: Videos are positioned appropriately within the text to enhance understanding and can be played, paused and rewound using the integrated controls.
• Quizzes: Multiple choice quiz questions are provided at the end of each chapter to ensure that the reader has grasped key concepts.

1. The Heat Transfer.  2. Heat Conduction Equation.  3. Steady State One Dimensional Heat Conduction.  4. Steady State Two Dimensional Heat Conduction.  5. Transient Heat Conduction.  6. Heat Conduction Analysis Using Finite Difference Technique.  7. Fundamentals of Convective Heat Transfer.  8. Forced Convection: Internal Flows.  9. Forced Convection Along Flat Surface.  10. Forced Convection on Curved Surfaces.  11. Natural and Mixed Convection.  12. Heat Transfer Along Phase Change.  13. Fundamentals of Thermal Radiation.  14. Thermal Radiation Exchange Between Surfaces.  15. Heat Exchangers.  Appendix A. Thermal Properties of Selected Metallic Elements. Appendix: Interpolation Using the Jupyter Note Book. Index.

### Biography

Dr.-Ing. Naseem Uddin, CEng MIMechE, MIEAust CPENG, earned his PhD in aerospace engineering from Universität Stuttgart, Germany in 2008. He is a Senior Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Programme, Universiti Teknologi Brunei, Brunei (UTB), Brunei Darussalam. Previously, he worked as a full professor at NED University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan. Dr. Naseem is a registered chartered engineer with Engineers Australia and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, UK. He is also listed in the National Engineering Register (NER) of Australia and recognized as a professional engineer by the board of professional engineers of Queensland, Australia and by the Pakistan Engineering Council. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), US. He teaches fluid mechanics to both graduate and undergraduate students at UTB, and his research interests are in the areas of heat transfer and computational turbulence. He authored Fluid Mechanics: A Problem-Solving Approach, CRC Press, 2022.

“This book is very logically organized and well written to fit the requirements of both undergraduates and engineers. A comprehensive scope of heat transfer is provided, with easy understanding, from fundamentals to complex phenomena, such as convection, phase change, surface effect, etc. Apart from being adopted as textbook, it is also a very good choice for those who require an overall scope on heat transfer and need a manual in industry.” - Wu Tao, Northwestern Polytechnical University