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The Finite Element Method in Heat Transfer Analysis

R W Lewis, K Morgan, H R Thomas and K N Seetharamu

Starting with the fundamental general heat conduction equation, the book also covers head conduction problems, transient analyses and non-linear examples.

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Format: Hardcover, English, 290 pages
ISBN: 0471934240
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
Pub. Date: 1996
Edition: 1
Book Homepage: http://catalog.wiley.com/remtitle.cgi?isbn=0471934240&country=826

Other Versions: Paperback

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Book Description

Heat transfer analysis is a problem of major significance in vast range of industrial applcations. Heat conduction, phase change, coupled heat and mass transfer and thermal stress analysis can all pose key engineering problems. The use of numerical techniques to solve such problems is considered essential.Numerous practical engineering problems can be solved by predicting the behavior of the system under consideration via heat transfer analysis. Starting with the fundamental general heat conduction equation, the book also covers head conduction problems, transient analyses and non-linear examples



Table of Contents

1 Conduction Heat Transfer and Formulation  
2 Linear Steady State Problems  
3 Time Stepping Methods for Heat Transfer  
4 Non-Linear Heat Conduction Analysis  
5 Phase Change Problems—Solidification and Melting  
6 Convective Heat Transfer  
  Nomenclature  
  Index  

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Heat Transfer


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