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Introduction to Engineering Heat Transfer

Authors

G. F. Nellis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, S. A. Klein, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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This new text integrates fundamental theory with modern computational tools such as EES, MATLAB®, and FEHT to equip students with the essential tools for designing and optimizing real-world systems and the skills needed to become effective practicing engineers. Real engineering problems are illustrated and solved in a clear step-by-step manner. Starting from first principles, derivations are tailored to be accessible to undergraduates by separating the formulation and analysis from the solution and exploration steps to encourage a deep and practical…

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Key features

  • Introduces fundamental concepts and links them directly with computational tools that are essential for the design and optimization of real-world systems
  • EES, MATLAB® and FEHT packages are integrated throughout the book and are accompanied by online guidance documents on how to use the software
  • Numerous homework problems are provided in each chapter, and include standard hand calculations as well as advanced project-focused problems requiring use of computational tools
  • Includes extensive examples of real engineering problems and takes a clear step-by-step approach to ensure students gain a thorough understanding of every derivation

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