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Advanced Heat Transfer

Dean of engineering and applied science publishes second edition

Research | Books at Memorial

In Advanced Heat Transfer: Second Edition, author Dr. Greg Naterer more thoroughly covers a range of advanced methods of analysis and a broader range of thermal engineering applications.

These include emerging fields in nanotechnology, multiphase flows, and combustion and nanotechnology.

Key features of the book include detailed coverage of both single and multiphase systems of heat transfer; the treatment of conduction, convection, radiation and phase change heat transfer; expanded coverage of two-phase and chemically reacting flows; analysis of multiphase flows with droplets, particles, solid-liquid and liquid-gas phase change; and solution methods for both single and multiphase flow problems.

The book provides a unique source of content for courses in a range of engineering and applied science disciplines.

Valuable resource

The book will be a valuable resource for a range of engineering majors taking a second-level or graduate-level course or module in heat transfer or thermal sciences.

It will also enable them to succeed in later coursework in energy systems, thermodynamics or chemical reaction engineering.

Professor and dean

Dr. Naterer, a mechanical engineering professor and dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial, previously published a first edition of this book in 2002.

Advanced Heat Transfer: Second Edition is published by CRC Press.

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