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Convective Heat Transfer - Tuncer Cebeci

Convective Heat Transfer

Book with Other Items Published: 28th June 2002
ISBN: 9783540428817
Number Of Pages: 345

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This book is a modern presentation exploring the equations that govern heat and momentum transfer in laminar and turbulent boundary-layer flows with small temperature differences and buoyant flows. Numerical solutions are used to illustrate physical behavior and to demonstrate calculation methods. A large number of homework problems and several computer programs based on differential and integral methods are included. An accompanying CD-ROM contains computer programs which are of use to engineers and practitioners.

From the reviews of the second edition: "The book is addressed to senior undergraduate students in aerospace, chemical, civil and mechanical engineering, but is useful to anyone interested in environmental science. [...] The book gives a very useful engineering approach to the treated problems from the point of view of the author, a scientist with substantial contributions in the study of boundary layer problems, who likes to express things clearly and directly." (Mathematical Reviews 2003h) "[The] monograph reflects many-years experience of the author in modelling of fluid flows, and the material is presented in a clear and well-organized fashion. Thus the book is highly recommended reading for those wishing to be familiar with practical numerical modelling in fluid mechanics." (Zentralblatt Math 2005, 1057, page 87) "This monograph describes physical and computational aspects of convective heat transfer, together with recent advances in numerical methods and turbulence modelling. ! A CD-ROM accompanying this book contains FORTRAN codes of computer programs. ! The monograph reflects many-years experience of the author in modelling of fluid flows, and the material is presented in a clear and well-organized fashion. Thus the book is highly recommended reading for those wishing to be familiar with practical numerical modelling in the fluid mechanics." (Oleg Titow, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1057 (8), 2005) "This book is dedicated to convective heat transfer mainly in 2D boundary layers (including axisymmetric flow) and duct flows. It combines the fundamental aspects with cases of practical interest. ! The book is addressed to senior undergraduate students in aerospace, chemical, civil and mechanical engineering, but is useful to anyone interested in environmental sciences. ! The book gives a very useful engineering approach to the treated problems from the point of view of the author ! who likes to express things clearly and directly." (Corneliu Berbente, Mathematical Reviews, 2003 h) "This book is a modern presentation of the physical and computational aspects of convective heat transfer in laminar and turbulent boundary-layer flows ! . The book also has a large number of homework problems and a CD which contains computer programs to solve external and internal flows based on differential and integral methods." (ETDE -- Energy Database, 2002)

Introductionp. 1
Momentum Transferp. 3
Heat and Mass Transferp. 5
Relations Between Heat, Momentum and Mass Transferp. 7
Units and Dimensionsp. 10
Outline of the Bookp. 10
Referencesp. 13
Problemsp. 13
Conservation Equations for Mass, Momentum, and Energyp. 15
Introductionp. 15
Continuity Equationp. 16
Momentum Equationsp. 17
Internal Energy and Enthalpy Equationsp. 21
Internal Energy Equationp. 21
Enthalpy Equationp. 25
Conservation Equations for Turbulent Flowsp. 27
Continuity and Momentum Equationsp. 27
Enthalpy Equationp. 30
Equations of Motion: Summaryp. 32
Referencesp. 32
Problemsp. 33
Boundary-Layer Equationsp. 37
Introductionp. 37
Two-Dimensional Incompressible Flowsp. 38
Laminar Flowp. 39
Turbulent Flowp. 41
Incompressible Axisymmetric Flowsp. 42
Two-Dimensional Axisymmetric Compressible Flowsp. 44
Integral Equationsp. 45
Two-Dimensional Flowsp. 45
Axisymmetric Flowsp. 49
Boundary Conditionsp. 49
Problemsp. 51
Laminar Boundary Layersp. 55
Introductionp. 55
Similarity Conceptp. 56
Falkner-Skan Transformation for External Boundary Layersp. 57
Two-Dimensional Similar Flowsp. 60
Solutions for the Velocity Fieldp. 62
Solutions for the Temperature Fieldp. 65
Solutions for Very Small or Very Large Prandtl Numberp. 67
Sample Numerical Solutionsp. 70
Two-Dimensional Nonsimilar Flowsp. 72
Pohlhausen's Methodp. 72
Thwaites' Integral Method for the Velocity Fieldp. 78
Smith and Spalding's Integral Method for the Temperature Fieldp. 81
Axisymmetric Flowsp. 84
Nonsimilar Flowsp. 87
Wall Jets and Film Coolingp. 92
Free Shear Flowsp. 100
Two-Dimensional Laminar Jetp. 100
Laminar Mixing Layer between Two Uniform Streams at Different Temperaturesp. 107
Referencesp. 109
Problemsp. 109
Laminar Duct Flowsp. 119
Introductionp. 119
Fully Developed Duct Flowp. 120
Constant-Area Ductsp. 120
Ducts of Noncircular Cross Sectionp. 124
Thermal Entry Length for a Fully Developed Velocity Fieldp. 126
Transformed Variablesp. 127
Primitive Variablesp. 128
Sample Solutionsp. 129
Hydrodynamic and Thermal Entry Lengthsp. 130
Transformed Variablesp. 131
Primitive Variablesp. 132
Sample Solutionsp. 134
Referencesp. 137
Problemsp. 137
Turbulent Boundary Layersp. 143
Introductionp. 143
Turbulence Modelsp. 144
Eddy Viscosity and Turbulent Prandtl Numberp. 144
More Advanced Turbulence Modelsp. 146
Similarity Conceptp. 146
The Inner Layerp. 149
The Velocity Profilep. 149
The Temperature Profilep. 149
The Logarithmic Profilesp. 150
The Viscous and Conductive Sublayersp. 151
The Inner Layer on a Rough Surfacep. 154
Heat Transfer on Rough Surfacesp. 157
The Outer Layerp. 157
The Velocity Profilep. 157
The Temperature Profilep. 158
The Whole Layerp. 159
Two-Dimensional Boundary Layers with Zero Pressure Gradientp. 161
Skin-Friction Formulas on Smooth Surfacesp. 162
Power-Law Velocity Profilesp. 164
Heat-Transfer Formulas on Smooth Surfaces with Specified Temperaturep. 167
Heat-Transfer Formulas on Smooth Surfaces with Specified Heat Fluxp. 172
Skin-Friction Formulas on Rough Surfacesp. 173
Prediction of Transitionp. 175
Michel's Methodp. 175
H-Rx Methodp. 176
Two-Dimensional Flows with Pressure Gradient: Integral Methodsp. 177
Head's Methodp. 177
Ambrok's Methodp. 179
Wall Jets and Film Coolingp. 180
Free-Shear Flowsp. 187
Two-Dimensional Turbulent Jetp. 187
Turbulent Mixing Layer between Two Uniform Streams at Different Temperaturesp. 188
Referencesp. 190
Problemsp. 191
Turbulent Duct Flowsp. 195
Introductionp. 195
Fully Developed Duct Flowp. 195
Velocity Profile and Friction Factorp. 196
Heat-Transfer Calculations in Smooth Pipesp. 199
Velocity Profile and Friction Factor in Rough Pipesp. 203
Heat-Transfer Calculations in Rough Pipesp. 204
Thermal Entry Length for a Fully Developed Velocity Fieldp. 206
Hydrodynamic and Thermal Entry Lengthsp. 207
Sample Calculationsp. 208
Referencesp. 210
Problemsp. 211
Buoyant Flowsp. 215
Introductionp. 215
Natural-Convection Boundary Layersp. 219
Laminar Flow on Vertical Platesp. 221
Turbulent Flow on Vertical Platesp. 225
Inclined Platep. 228
Horizontal Platep. 229
Combined Natural- and Forced-Convection Boundary Layersp. 232
Wall Jets and Film Heating or Coolingp. 236
Natural and Forced Convection in Duct Flowsp. 239
Natural Convection in Free Shear Flowsp. 245
Referencesp. 248
Problemsp. 249
Finite-Difference Solution of Boundary-Layer Equations: Internal Flowsp. 251
Introductionp. 251
Review of Numerical Methods for Boundary-Layer Equationsp. 251
An Explicit Methodp. 254
An Implicit Method: Crank-Nicolson Methodp. 257
An Implicit Method: Keller's Box Methodp. 260
Solution of the Energy Equation for Internal Flows with Fully Developed Velocity Profilep. 264
Numerical Formulationp. 264
Referencesp. 268
Problemsp. 269
Finite Difference Solution of Boundary-Layer Equations: External Flowsp. 271
Introductionp. 271
Boundary-Layer Equations for Compressible Flowsp. 271
Cebeci-Smith Algebraic Eddy Viscosity Formulationp. 273
Solution of Mass, Momentum and Energy Equations for Boundary-Layer Flowsp. 275
Numerical Formulationp. 276
Newton's Methodp. 278
Block-Elimination Methodp. 280
Referencesp. 282
Computer Programs and Their Applications to Momentum and Heat Transfer Problemsp. 283
Introductionp. 283
Fortran Program for Compressible Boundary-Layer Flowsp. 284
MAINp. 284
Subroutine INPUTp. 286
Subroutine IVPLp. 288
Subroutine EDDYp. 288
Subroutine COEFp. 289
OUTPUTp. 289
Sample Calculationsp. 290
Hess-Smith Panel Methodp. 290
Forced and Free Convection between Two Vertical Parallel Platesp. 292
Numerical Formulationp. 293
Newton's Methodp. 294
Fortran Programp. 297
Sample Calculationsp. 297
Wall Jet and Film Heatingp. 298
Numerical Formulationp. 299
Fortran Programp. 300
Sample Calculationsp. 300
Turbulent Free Jetp. 301
Numerical Formulationp. 302
Fortran Programp. 303
Mixing Layer between Two Uniform Streams at Different Temperaturesp. 304
Fortran Program for Internal Laminar and Turbulent Flows with Fully Developed Velocity Profilep. 306
MAINp. 308
Subroutine COEFp. 308
Subroutine OUTPUTp. 309
Subroutine SOLV2p. 309
Sample Calculationsp. 309
Computer Programs for Calculating Momentum and Heat Transfer in Laminar and Turbulent Flows by Integral Methodsp. 314
Referencesp. 317
Problemsp. 317
Appendixp. 321
Conversion Factorsp. 321
Physical Properties of Gases, Liquids, Liquid Metals, and Metalsp. 324
Gamma, Beta and Incomplete Beta Functionsp. 337
Subject Indexp. 339
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ISBN: 9783540428817
ISBN-10: 354042881X
Audience: Professional
Format: Book with Other Items
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 345
Published: 28th June 2002
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.8  x 2.29
Weight (kg): 0.9
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised