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HEAT AND MASS. TRANSFER. A textbook for the students preparing for B.E., B. Tech., aracer.mobi Engg., AMIE,. UPSC (Engg. Services) and GATE Examinations. download eBook The chapter on mass transfer has been written looking specifically at the needs of the students of mechanical engineering. The book fully covers the topics of heat transfer coursework and can also be used as reference for. Read "Heat and Mass Transfer" by Rajendra Karwa available from Rakuten Kobo . Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. This textbook presents the.

Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for download. See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. This textbook presents the classical treatment of the problems of heat transfer in an exhaustive manner with due emphasis on understanding of the physics of the problems. This emphasis is especially visible in the chapters on convective heat transfer. Emphasis is laid on the solution of steady and unsteady two-dimensional heat conduction problems. Another special feature of the book is a chapter on introduction to design of heat exchangers and their illustrative design problems. A simple and understandable treatment of gaseous radiation has been presented. A special chapter on flat plate solar air heater has been incorporated that covers thermo-hydraulic modeling and simulation. The chapter on mass transfer has been written looking specifically at the needs of the students of mechanical engineering. The book includes a large number and variety of solved problems with supporting line diagrams. The author has avoided duplicating similar problems, while incorporating more application-based examples. All the end-of-chapter exercise problems are supplemented with stepwise answers. Primarily designed to serve as a complete textbook for undergraduate and graduate students of mechanical engineering, the book will also be useful for students of chemical, automobile, production, and industrial engineering streams.

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They make no mention as to how to solve if you do not know the outlet temp. Buried in example 7. This is not what the description of equation 7. Buried in the fine print of example 7. Why don't they just come out and say this in the discussion and theory, rather than bury big ideas in the examples? Another example is in chapter 9 for vertical channels. They do not say anything about how to come up with a basic spacing, S. If you look at example 9.

Is "S" equal to twice this value? The reason I am on-line is I am looking for another textbook that can explain concepts better. Much of this book is ok to read, so I would not give it a terrible rating. It is a difficult subject that could be made easier. I also find it ridiculous that they do not provide any problems with answers in the back of the book. What good does it do to spend hours on a problem and not know if you have a good answer? At least a handful of problems would be helpful.

This book is definatly for a mechanical engineer. I used it for a biomedical engineering thermodynamics course, and damn was it hard to read. I don't know why, but they show you about ten different ways to represent equations, and some are helpful and some or not.

Very very confusing unless your professor points out which to use.

The calculus isnt too heavy in the book but is used in long complicated derivations that skip steps. A few sections do require integration. The concepts aren't too bad and are well defined, but my god the math behind it is presented so skewed that it's a wonder anyone would publish it.

At least to a BME like me, so I'm probably biased here. Whoever wrote it was smart, but can't teach This is a terrific book! I downloadd it for a mechanical engineering heat transfer course. It was essential for understanding the material that is covered in lecture. Whether you are a student or a professional needing to refresh the topic, this textbook provides clear and relevant information that makes the complex subject of heat and mass transfer much easier to understand.

It is a bit expensive, but I have found it to be well worth the price for such a quality textbook. I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the topic of heat transfer.

Style The text is well written and clearly explains the theory behind heat transfer phenomena. There are times when it is easy to get lost in long paragraphs of highly technical reading, but there are many pictures and graphs that bring meaning and clarity to these sections. The derivations they include generally have a description after each step, which is not always the case for textbooks I have used. The layout of this textbook is consistent from cover to cover and I found this to be very helpful.

All the colors for graphs, charts, tables and equations are the same throughout the book, making them easy to identify without causing a distraction from the text while reading.

Helpful Examples There are worked-out examples with explanations throughout each chapter.

They include schematics of the problems as well as the assumptions for that particular type of problem. I found these to be very helpful since they were included at the end of the corresponding topic that related to the problem.