Advances in Heat Transfer: Volume 50 (Advances in Heat Transfer)

Advances in Heat Transfer: Volume 50 (Advances in Heat Transfer)

By: Ephraim M. Sparrow (editor), John M. Gorman (editor), John Patrick Abraham (editor)Hardback

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Advances in Heat Transfer, Volume 50, provides in-depth review articles from a broader scope than in traditional journals or texts, with this comprehensive release covering chapters on Heat Transfer in Rotating Channels, Advances in Liquid Metal Science and Technology in Chip Cooling and Thermal Management, Heat Transfer in Rotating Cooling Channel, Anomalous Heat Transfer: Examples, Fundamentals, and Fractional Calculus Models, and much more.

About Author

Professor Eph sparrow has practiced the art and science of heat transfer for over 60 years.He currently leads the Laboratory for Engineering Practice at the University of Minnesota.

Contents

Enhancement of Jet Impingement Heat Transfer by Means of Jet Axis Switching John M. Gorman, Ephraim M. Sparrow, Abhimanyu Ghosh, and John P. Abraham Thermal Conductivity of Carbon Nanotubes and Assemblies Pengyingkai Wang, Rong Xiang, and Shigeo Maruyama Thermal Modeling of Data Centers for Control and Energy Usage Optimization Jayati Athavale, Minami Yoda, and Yogendra Joshi Advances in Liquid Metal Science and Technology in Chip Cooling and Thermal Management Xiao-Hu Yang and Jing Liu A Validated Framework for Innovation and Design Optimization of Air-to-Refrigerant Heat Exchangers Vikrant Aute Anomalous Heat Transfer: Examples, Fundamentals, and Fractional Calculus Models Vaughan R. Voller

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780128151853
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 394
  • ID: 9780128151853
  • weight: 750
  • ISBN10: 0128151854

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