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# Book Details

## Title: Heat-Transfer Calculations

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Athens,
London, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan, New Delhi, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto
Copyright / Pub. Date: 2006 McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780071410410
Authors:
Myer Kutz is President of Myer Kutz Associates, Inc., a publishing and
information services consulting firm. He is the editor of numerous books,
including Biomedical Engineering and Design Handbook, Second Edition.
Description: Packed with laws, formulas, calculations solutions, enhancement
techniques and rules of thumb, this practical manual offers fast, accurate solutions
to the heat transfer problems mechanical engineers face every day.

A. Part 1: Introductory Calculations
1. Multiphase Films and Phase Change
Problem 1
Problem 2
Problem 3
2. Industrial Heat-Transfer Calculations
Introduction
Basic Heat-Transfer Equations
Heat Exchanger
Worked-out Examples
References

## B. Part 2: Steady-State Calculations

3. Heat-Transfer and Temperature Results for a Moving Sheet Situated in a
Moving Fluid
Abstract
Introduction
Similarity Solutions and Their Physical Meanings
Analysis
Numerical Solution Scheme
Extraction of Heat-Transfer Coefficients
Illustrative Example
Concluding Remarks
Nomenclature
Reference
Appendix: Similarity Solutions for the Velocity Problem
4. Solution for the Heat-Transfer Design of a Cooled Gas Turbine Airfoil
Introduction: Gas Turbine Cooling
Problem Statement
Solution Outline
External Boundary Conditions
Internal Cooling
Optimization of Solution
References

## 5. Steady-State Heat-Transfer Problem: Cooling Fin

Introduction
Sample Problem: Heat-Transfer Solution for a Simplified Cooling Fin
Applying the Principles
What Is Finite-Element Analysis, and How Does It Work?
FEA Results: Comparison of Fin Design Concepts
References
6. Cooling of a Fuel Cell
Introduction
Background: The Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell
Convective Cooling
Discussion and Conclusions
References
7. Turbogenerator Rotor Cooling Calculation
Problem
Assumptions
Calculation Method
Summary and Conclusions
References
8. Heat Transfer through a Double-Glazed Window
Problem Statement
Solution

## C. Part 3: Transient and Cyclic Calculations

9. Use of Greens Function to Solve for Temperatures in a Bimaterial Slab
Exposed to a Periodic Heat Flux Applied to Corrosion Detection
Separation-of-Variables Technique
References
10. Lumped-Capacitance Model of a Tube Heated by a Periodic Source with
Application to a PDE Tube
Introduction
Mathematical Formulation
Solution
Steel Tube
Summary

Nomenclature
References
11. Calculation of Decoking Intervals for Direct-Fired Gas and Liquid Cracking
Heaters
Introduction
Calculation of Maximum Heat Flux
Hydrocarbon and Petroleum Fraction Decomposition Rates
Coke Deposition Rates
Concluding Remarks
Nomenclature
References
12. Transient Heat-Transfer Problem: Tape Pack Cooling
Introduction
Sample Problem: Heat-Transfer Solution for Transient Tape Pack Cooling
Applying the Principles
What Is Finite-Element Analysis, and How Does It Work?
FEA Results: Tape Pack with Aluminum Hub
References
13. Calculation of the Transient Response of a Roof to Diurnal Heat Load
Variations
Background
Problem Statement
Approach
Calculation Details
Calculation Results
References
14. Transient Heating of a Painted Vehicle Body Panel in an Automobile
Assembly Plant Paint Shop Oven
Introduction
Example Description
Heat Transfer on Panel Inside Wall Surface
Convective Heat Transfer on Outer Wall Surface
Heat Transfer through Panel Wall
Estimation of Radiant Panel Outer Wall Surface Temperature
View Factors for Radiation Heat Transfer with Vertical Painted Panel

## Convection Heat Transfer to Painted Part

Transient Panel Temperature Analysis
Summary
Nomenclature
Reference
15. Thermal System Transient Response
Introduction
Problem Definition
Transient Characteristics
Characterizing a Thermal System
How to Evaluate Response
System Response
Conclusion
Acknowledgments
Nomenclature
Reference
16. Thermal Response of Laminates to Cyclic Heat Input from the Edge
Introductory Note
Case Studies
References
17. A Simple Calculation Procedure for Transient Heat and Mass Transfer with
Phase Change: Moist Air Example
Introduction
Calculation Procedure
Example
Conclusions
Nomenclature
References
18. A Calculation Procedure for First- and Second-Law Efficiency Optimization
of Refrigeration Cycles
Introduction
Calculation Procedure
Examples
Conclusions
Acknowledgment
Nomenclature
References

## 19. Transient Analysis of Low Temperature, Low Energy Carrier (LoTEC)

Reference
20. Parameter Estimation of Low Temperature, Low Energy Carrier (LoTEC)
Derivatives of F
Derivatives of Temperature
Parametric Estimation Using Gauss Linearization
References

## D. Part 4: Heat-Transfer-Coefficient Determination

21. Calculation of Convective Heat-Transfer Coefficient Using Semi-infinite
Solid Assumption
Introduction
Calculation of Heat-Transfer Coefficient Using Semi-infinite Solid Assumption
Concluding Remarks
References
22. Determination of Heat-Transfer Film Coefficients by the Wilson Analysis
Introduction
Elemental Tubular Heat-Exchanger Design Equations
Individual Film Coefficients Estimated by Empirical Equations
Individual Film Coefficients by Experimental Means
Problem Statement
Solution Outline
References

## E. Part 5: Tubes, Pipes, and Ducts

23. Calculation of Local Inside-Wall Convective Heat-Transfer Parameters from
Measurements of Local Outside-Wall Temperatures along an Electrically Heated
Circular Tube
Introduction
Finite-Difference Formulations
Application of the Finite-Difference Formulations
Summary
Nomenclature
References

## 24. Two-Phase Pressure Drop in Pipes

Problem
Two-Phase Flow Pressure Drop Fundamentals
Two-Phase Forced-Convection Flow Patterns
The Momentum Equation for Two-Phase Flow
Procedure
Solution Details
Results
Other Models
References
25. Heat-Transfer Calculations for Predicting Solids Deposition in Pipeline
Transportation of Waxy Crude Oils
Energy-Balance and Heat-Transfer Equations for Solids Deposition at Steady
State
Example 1: Determination of Deposit Thickness xd
Example 2: The Case of Insulated Pipeline
Example 3: Effect of Crude-Oil Composition (or WAT)
Example 4: Effect of Crude-Oil Flow Rate
Example 5: Deposit Thermal Conductivity
Example 6: Effect of Crude-Oil and Seawater Temperatures
Example 7: Minimum Crude-Oil Temperature for Preventing Solids Deposition in
Pipeline
Importance of Fractional Thermal Resistance Offered by the Deposited Solids
Example 8: Application of d
Concluding Remarks
References
26. Heat Transfer in a Circular Duct
Introduction
Calculation 1: Convective and Radiative Heat Transfer in a Circular Duct
Calculation 2: Convective and Conductive Heat Transfer in a Circular Duct
Calculation 3: Conductive Heat Transfer inside a Duct Wall
References

## F. Part 6: Heat Exchangers

27. Air Cooling of a High-Voltage Power Supply Using a Compact Heat
Exchanger
Introduction
Statement of the Problem

Analysis Assumptions
Thermal Properties
Calculations
Concluding Remarks
References
28. Energy Recovery from an Industrial Clothes Dryer Using a Condensing Heat
Exchanger
Description of the Problem
Solution Procedure
Concluding Remarks
References
29. Sizing of a Crossflow Compact Heat Exchanger
Summary
Problem Formulation
Calculation Procedure
Conclusion
References
30. Single-Phase Natural Circulation Loops
Introduction
Description of Single-Phase Natural Circulation
Major Analysis Assumptions
Development of Natural Circulation Equations for Flow Rate and Temperature
Particular Equations (Correlations) for Density, Loss Coefficients, and Friction
Factors
Incorporating Density, Friction Factor, and Loss Coefficient Correlations in
Natural Circulation Equations
Example Calculation for an Air-Cooled Heat Exchanger
References
31. Evaluation of Condensation Heat Transfer in a Vertical Tube Heat Exchanger
Problem
Calculation Method
References
32. Heat-Exchanger Design Using an Evolutionary Algorithm
Abstract
Introduction
Evolutionary Optimization Algorithm

Conclusions
Nomenclature
References

## G. Part 7: Fluidized Beds

33. Fluidized-Bed Heat Transfer
Background
Problem Statement I: Bubbling Fluidized Bed
Problem Statement II: Circulating Fluidized Bed
Nomenclature
References

## H. Part 8: Parameter and Boundary Estimation

34. Estimation of Parameters in Models
Estimation and Sensitivity
Estimation
Noise
Programs
References
35. Upper Bounds of Heat Transfer from Boxes
Introduction
Passive Cooling of Sealed Box
Enthalpy Transport from Vent Ports
The Effects of Flow Resistance on Thermal Resistance
References
36. Estimating Freezing Time of Foods
Approach
Solution
References

## I. Part 9: Temperature Control

37. Precision Temperature Control Using a Thermoelectric Module
Introduction
Background
Governing Equations

Calculational Example
Nomenclature
References

## J. Part 10: Thermal Analysis and Design

38. Thermal Analysis of a Large Telescope Mirror
Introduction
Problem Distillation
A Lumped-Capacity Model
Lumped-Capacity Model Test Case
A 1D, t Model
Some Examples Using 0D and 1D Models
Closure
References
39. Thermal Design and Operation of a Portable PCM Cooler
Abstract
Introduction
Thermal Design
Operation of the PCM Cooler
Closure
References
40. A First-Order Thermal Analysis of Balloon-Borne Air-Cooled Electronics
Background
Statement of the Problem
First-Order Analytical Approach
Analytical Assumptions
Developing a Thermal System of Equations
Solving the Thermal System of Equations
Thermal Calculation Results
Developing the Humidity Equations
Humidity Calculation Results
Follow-on Analyses
Nomenclature
References
41. Thermal Analysis of Convectively Cooled Heat-Dissipating Components on
Printed-Circuit Boards
Problem Statement and Objective

## Problem Formulation and Analysis

Sample Analysis Results and Thermal Design Procedure
Nomenclature
References
42. Design of a Fusion Bonding Process for Fabricating Thermoplastic-Matrix
Composites
Abstract
Introduction
Process Models
Conclusions
Acknowledgment
References

## K. Part 11: Economic Optimization

43. Economic Optimization of Heat-Transfer Systems
Introduction
Simple Engineering Economics
Case Study: Optimization of a Water-Cooled Condenser Refrigeration Unit
Conclusion
Nomenclature
44. Turkey Oven Design Problem
Introduction and Problem Statement
Solution
Discussion
Acknowledgments
References

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