Heat Transfer (Paperback)

Author: Bejan, Adrian

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Laminar air flow through plate fins in the microchannel heat sink built into the back of an integrated circuit chip. This figure shows the pressure distribution; the corresponding temperature distribution is shown on the front cover, where the flow direction is upward. The Reynolds number based on the swept length of the plate fin is 150. The optimization of a related microchannel geometry is proposed in Project 6.4 in the text.

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Publisher John Wiley & Sons Inc
Mfg Part# 9780471502906
SKU 30076635
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0471502901
Release Date 4/10/2007
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Dimensions (in Inches) 10.5H x 7.5L x 1.5T
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Editors Note Relates introductory heat transfer concepts to other disciplines, namely thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Reflects changes currently taking place in the research community as well as engineering education. Emphasizes that real applications tend to be interdisciplinary and require a solid foundation in all areas of the thermal sciences. Emphasizes design, or the synthesizing of two or more issues into an answer with practical meaning. Design questions are drawn from many diverse areas and each question is presented in a fundamental way. Makes a strong case regarding the use of simple and approximate analyses, focusing on order-of-magnitude calculations or ``scale analysis''. Applications are interdisciplinary.
Editors Note 1 Relates introductory heat transfer concepts to other disciplines, namely thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Reflects changes currently taking place in the research community as well as engineering education. Emphasizes that real applications tend to be interdisciplinary and require a solid foundation in all areas of the thermal sciences. Emphasizes design, or the synthesizing of two or more issues into an answer with practical meaning. Design questions are drawn from many diverse areas and each question is presented in a fundamental way. Makes a strong case regarding the use of simple and approximate analyses, focusing on order-of-magnitude calculations or ``scale analysis''. Applications are interdisciplinary.
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Number of Pages 0704
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
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