Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, 6th Edition (with IHT/FEHT 3.0 CD with User Guide Set)
By Frank P. Incropera
Number Of Pages:997
ISBN / ASIN:0470055545
Noted for its crystal clear presentation and easy-to-follow problem solving methodology, this bestselling book in the field provides a complete introduction to the physical origins of heat and mass transfer. Contains hundred of problems and examples dealing with real engineering processes and systems. New open-ended problems add to the increased emphasis on design. Plus, Incropera & DeWitts systematic approach to the first law develops readers confidence in using this essential tool for thermal analysis.
New updated edition. A significant number of open-ended problems which the author believes will enhance student interest in heat transfer, have been added. DLC: Heat - Transmission.
The book is so good you can teach yourself
This textbook is one of the best I've ever used. Incropera and DeWitt do a great job of explaining convection, conduction, and radiation. I have heard that the mass transfer portion of the book is lacking however, I am an ME major so its not an issue. The covering of conduction is especially good, it goes into great detail math wise although its well presented so you don't have to be a mathematical wizard to follow along. The book goes into a little bit of heat exchanger design, not very much but its a good introduction. If your instructor requires this book for your heat transfer class consider yourself very fortunate.pass: gigapedia.org
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