Fundamentals of thermal-fluid sciences Yunus A. C\0327engel, Robert H. Turner, John M. Cimbala.
By: Cengel, Yunus A.
Contributor(s): Cimbala, John M | Turner, Robert H.Publisher: Boston McGraw-Hill 2008Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xxv, 1093 p. il., cuadrs., gráfs., tbls. 26 cm. 1 CD ROM.ISBN: 9780071266314.Subject(s): Calor -- Convección | Termodinámica | Mecánica de fluidosDDC classification: 621.402
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New Page 1 THE THIRD EDITION ofFundamentals of Thermal-Fluid Sciencespresents a balanced coverage of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer packaged in a manner suitable for use in introductory thermal sciences courses. By emphasizing the physics and underlying physical phenomena involved, the text gives students practical examples that allow development of an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of thermal sciences. All the popular features of the previous edition are retained in this edition while new ones are added. New To This Edition €¢Learning ObjectivesEach chapter now begins with an overview of the material to be covered and chapter-specific learning objectives to introduce the material and to set goals. €¢An Early Introduction to the First Law of Thermodynamics(Chapter 2) established a general understanding of energy, mechanisms of energy transfer, and the concept of energy balance, thermo-economics, and conversion efficiency. €¢Separate Coverage Of Closed System And Control Volume Energy AnalysesThe energy analysis of closed systems is now presented in a separate chapter (Chapter 5), and the conservation of mass is covered together with conservation of energy in another chapter (Chapter 6). €¢A New Chapter On Fluid KinematicsThe all new Chapter 11 covers topics related to fluid kinematics, such as the Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions of fluid flows, flow patterns, and flow visualization. €¢ Updated Steam and Refrigerant-134a Tables The steam and refrigerant-134a tables are updated using the most current property data from EES. Students will now get the same result when solving problems whether they use properties from EES or property tables in the Appendices. Media Resources €¢ Limited Academic Version of EES with selected text solutions packaged with the text on the Student DVD. €¢ Full Academic Version of ESS Engine free to educational institutions who adopt this text. €¢ Websitewww.mhhe.com/cengeloffers online resources for instructors including PowerPoint® lecture slides, and complete solutions to homework problems.
Introduction and overview. - - Introduction and basic concepts. - - Energy, enrgy transfer, and general analysis. - - Properties of pure substances.\2014Energy analysis of closed systems. - - Mass and energy analysis of control volumes. - - The second law thermodynamics. - - Fluids statics. - - Fluid kinematics. - - Bernoulli and energy equations. - -Momentum analysis of flow systems. - - Internal flow. - - External fow: Drag and lift. - -Mechanics of heat transfer. - - Steady heat conduction. - - Transsient heat conduction. - -Forced convetion. \2013Natural convection. - - Radiation heat transfers. - - Heat exchangers.
Heat transfers. - - Problem- solving technique. - - Properties and systems. - - Pressure. - -Forms of energy. \2013 Mechanical forms of of work. - - Pure substance. - - The ideal \2013 gas equitation of state. - - Specific heats. - - Energy analysis of steady- flow engineering devices. - - Heat engines. - - Minimizing the compressor wok. - -I sentropic processes. - - A brief history of fluid mechanics. - - Hydrostatic forces on submerged plane surface.\2014Vortices and rotationality . - - Newton\2019s laws. - - Laminar and turbulent flows. - - Laminar flow in Pipes. - -Friction and pressure drag. - - Thermal contact resistance. - - Lumped system. - - General thermal analysis. - - Thermal radiation. - - The long mean temperature difference.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- 1 Introduction and Overview
- Part I Thermodynamics
- 2 Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics
- 3 Properties of Pure Substances
- 4 Energy Transfer by Heat, Work, and Mass
- 5 The First Law of Thermodynamics
- 6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
- 7 Entropy
- 8 Power and Refrigeration Cycles
- Part II Fluid Mechanics
- 9 Gas Mixtures and Psychrometrics
- 10 Properties of Fluids
- 11 Fluid Statics
- 12 Momentum Analysis of Flow Structures
- 13 Bernoulli and Energy Equations
- 14 Flow in Pipes
- 15 Flow Over Bodies: Drag and Lift
- Part III Heat Transfer
- 16 Mechanisms of Heat Transfer
- 17 Steady Heat Conduction
- 18 Transient Heat Conduction
- 19 Forced Convection
- 20 Natural Convection
- 21 Fundamentals of Thermal Radiation
- 22 Radiation Heat Transfer
- 23 Heat Exchanges
- Part IIII Appendices
- Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts (SI Units)
- Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts (English Units)
- Appendix 3 Introduction to EES