Kern, Donald Q. - Process Heat Transfer
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This seminal text has been a "cornerstone of all engineering curricula and practice" for over half a century and remains a vital reference for engineers today. Kern begins with an overview of heat transfer theory before focusing on specific design problems commonly experienced by engineers in the field--using numerous easy-to-understand and effective examples to help convey principles. The broadly applicable empirical calculation methods, extensive tables, and use of industry language and methodology make Process Heat Transfer a convenient and essential reference tool. A sample of just some of the chapters include:
- Flow Arrangement for Increased Heat Recovery
- Streamline Flow and Free Convection
- Condensation of Single Vapors
- Vaporizers, Evaporators, and Reboilers