With Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics and Mass Transfer
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- Author: Anil W. Date, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
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Combustion involves change in the chemical state of a substance from a fuel-state to a product-state via chemical reaction accompanied by release of heat energy. Design or performance evaluation of equipment also requires knowledge of the RATE of change of state. This rate is governed by the laws of thermodynamics and by the empirical sciences of heat and mass transfer, chemical kinetics and fluid dynamics. Theoretical treatment of combustion requires integrated knowledge of these subjects and strong mathematical and numerical skills. ANALYTIC COMBUSTION is written for advanced undergraduates, graduate students and professionals in mechanical, aeronautical, and chemical engineering. Topics were carefully selected and presented to facilitate learning with emphasis on effective mathematical formulations and solution strategies. The book features over 60 solved numerical problems and analytical derivations and nearly 145 end-of-chapter exercise problems. The presentation is gradual starting from Thermodynamics of Pure and Mixture substances, Chemical Equilibrium, building to a uniquely strong chapter on Application Case-Studies.Read more
- Over 150 end-of-chapter exercises, with solutions to the exercises available
- Chapter 7 on thermochemical reactors is notably strong
- Chapters 4, 5 and 6 deal with practical applications
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- Date Published: May 2011
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781139065719
- contains: 87 b/w illus. 91 tables 152 exercises
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Table of Contents
2. Thermodynamics of a pure substance
3. Thermodynamics of gaseous mixtures
4. Chemical equilibrium
5. Chemical kinetics
6. Derivation of transport equations
7. Thermochemical reactors
8. Premixed flames
9. Diffusion flames
10. Combustion of particles and droplets
11. Combustion applications.
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