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Mechanical Engineering

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

(2nd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book has been specifically written and designed for BTech students with special emphasis on Gautam Buddh Technical University (GBTU). The book addresses the core theories of industrial management to help students apply their knowledge in future managerial decision making. It is expected that this book will receive wide acceptance from both students and teachers because of its wide coverage in a readerfriendly style. The book aims to develop the potential of the students and groom them as future managers.

KEY FEATURES

Basic theoretical concepts discussed with reference to industry practices Each chapter is self contained and gradually leads to successive levels of knowledge

Dipak Kumar BhattacharyyaProfessor, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar

Illustrative examples, models, mathematical problems and their solutions included Chapters sequenced in a manner so as to enable the readers to understand the pace

MCQs at the end of the book to help students test their learning

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction to Industrial Management Industrial Ownership Production and Operations Management Productivity in Industry Principles of Management Work Study and Flowcharting Production Planning and Control New Product Planning and Development Scheduling and Sequencing of Production Materials Management and Inventory Control Quality Management Practices Environmental Issues for Industrial Management Operations Research Tools for Decision Making, Model Short and Essay Type Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Past Question Paper with Solution

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book presents the fundamentals of civil and mechanical engineering in a simple, easy to understand style.

Logical development of topics and concepts Up-to-date coverage of trends in the subject Simple and clear explanations Numerous simple solved problems and exercises Examination-oriented questions Model question paper

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Fluid Mechanics Thermodynamics Power Generating Systems Power Absorbing Systems Mechanical Power Transmission Manufacturing Processes Scope of Civil Engineering Building Construction; Stress Strain Elasticity Surveying Highway and Railway Engineering Bridges Dams Public Health Engineering Model Question Paper

L S JayagopalRetired Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. R RudramoorthyProfessor of Mechanical Engineering and Principal, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore.

ABOUT THE BOOK

The basic concepts have been presented in brief but with full clarity. The orientation of the book has been kept towards the practical aspect of running power plants while retaining the theoretical aspects at the same time, which is a unique feature of this book

KEY FEATURES

Energy conservation and power tariff system (availability-based tariff) Latest technology used in sub-critical / supercritical / fluidized bed boilers, losses in turbine, condenser and its tube cleaning and cooling tower Gas turbine cycle with its modification, blade cooling, jet propulsion Nuclear power strategy of India and nuclear power generation Mini- and micro- hydroelectric generation, governing of hydro turbines and diesel power plants Non-conventional power generation by solar thermal and photovoltaic, wind, gasification, geothermal, tidal, thermionic, thermoelectric, tidal, and biomass Latest techniques of combined cycle power generation Measurement of various parameters and their controls Environmental aspects of power plants

Shamsher Gautam Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Delhi Technological University.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Power Scenario in India Coal-Based Thermal Stations Gas Turbine Power Plant Nuclear Power Plant Hydroelectric Power Diesel Power Plant Non-conventional Power Plants Combined Cycle Plants Instrumentation Environmental Concerns on Power Plants References Annexure: Steam Tables and Mollier Diagram

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(2nd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book fully covers metal cutting and tool design taught at undergraduate and postgraduate courses at different universities and institutes. The basic principles required in understanding the subject are explained in detail and at the same time advance topics in the subject are discussed with a number of illustrations and photographs.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Metal Machining Introduction Mechanics of Metal Cutting Measurement of Cutting Forces Heat in Metal Cutting Failure of Cutting Tools Tool Wear Measurement Tool Materials Cemented Titanium Carbide Tool Ceramic Cutting Tools Tool Geometry Cutting Fluids Economics of Machining Cutting Tool Design Design of Single Point Tool Design of Drill Design of Milling Cutter Design of Broach Cutting Tool Manufacturing Gear Cutting Tools Thread Cutting Tools Design of Reamer

B J RanganathProfessor and Head of the Department of Industrial and Production Engineering, National Institute of Engineering, Mysore.

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

(4th Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This is a comprehensive textbook that follows a simple algorithmic approach to explain each concept, often giving different steps. One of the highlights of this book is the solved-problems approach, as each chapter in the book is supplemented by a large number of solved problems. Many of the questions that have been incorporated are from previous examination papers of various universities. In addition, each chapter has numerous exercise problems at the end and a section on short questions with answers.

KEY FEATURES

Simple and concise presentation of fundamentals Numerous solved problems and answers to university exam questions Step-by-step explanations and solutions to problems Large number of solved examples interwoven throughout the text to reinforce the concepts

S KalavathyProfessor, Department of Mathematics in RMD Engineering College, Chennnai.

Thoroughly revised and updated New chapter 'Non-Linear Programming Problem' to cover the Anna University syllabus for ME and MBA Inclusion of another method - the Stepping Stone Method - which can solve the problem of degeneracy in the transportation problem

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Basics of Operations Research Linear Programming Graphical Method Simplex Method Artificial Variables Technique Duality in Linear Programming Revised Simplex Method Transportation Problem Transshipment and Assignment Problems Goal Programming Integer Programming Problems Markov Processes and Markov Chains Dynamic Programming Sequencing Problems Network Scheduling by PERT/CPM Inventory Control Replacement Models Queuing Theory Game Theory Simulation Decision Theory Non-Linear Programming Problem

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THERMAL ENGINEERING

(2nd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book covers the complete course, dealing with basic elements of mechanical engineering, gas laws, followed by steam, both at very low and beyond saturation pressures and for a better understanding of the topics covered, the book is replete with 284 classroom tested, worked examples.

TABLE OF CONTENTS ISBN: 978-07069-77585 Price: ` 595 Pages: 692 Size: 6.25 9.5

Properties of Gases The First Law of Thermodynamics The Second Law of Thermodynamics Properties of Steam Gas Power Cycles Properties of Fuels, Combustion Steam Boilers, Draught Internal Combustion Engines Vapour Power Cycles Testing of Engines Steam Engines Modern Steam Plant Steam and Gas Nozzles Steam Turbines Air Compressors Compressors for Gas Turbines Gas Turbines, Jet Propulsion Steam Condensers Refrigeration Systems AirConditioning Variable Specific Heat Reactive Systems Mixture of Gases Heat Transfer by Conduction Free and Forced Convection Heat Transfer by Radiation

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TURBO MACHINES

(2nd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK Designed for a one-semester course, this comprehensive and student-friendly book provides clear explanation of various fundamental concepts related to turbo machines. While it serves as a textbook for the undergraduate and postgraduate students, it serves equally well as reference for those preparing for AMIE, GATE, UPSC and TNPSC examinations on Mechanical Engineering. KEY FEATURES

Crystal clear explanation of compressible and incompressible flow machines Use of analytical and graphical methods for problem-solving Use of SI units throughout the book A large number of solved examples, illustrations, objective questions and exercise problems adapted from various university question papers Two new chapters on 'Cooling of turbine blades' and 'Fans and blowers' Sections on 'Specific work', 'Velocity triangles', 'Law of affinity', 'Dimensional analysis', and 'Losses in turbo machines' Separate appendices on 'Forces on compressor and turbine blades', and 'Forces on wind turbines'

A Valan ArasuAssociate Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering, Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Basic Concepts of Turbo Machines Blade Theory Centrifugal Compressors and Fans Axial Flow Compressors and Fans Axial Flow Steam and Gas Turbines Radial Flow Gas and Steam Turbines Dimensional and Model Analysis Hydraulic Pumps Hydraulic Turbines Power Transmitting Turbo Machines Cooling of Turbine Blades Fans and Blowers Appendices References Index

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STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

(3rd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book has all the winning features like comprehensive coverage, student-friendly approach and the all-steps-explained style of its two earlier editions. It now includes two additional topics, namely, torsion of hollow, thin-walled sections and the analysis of principal strains.

KEY FEATURES

Use of SI units Summary of important concepts and formulae at the end of every chapter A large number of solved problems presented systematically A large number of exercise problems to test the students ability Simple and clear explanation of concepts and the underlying theory in each chapter Generous use of diagrams (approx. 500) for better understanding

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Simple Stresses and Strains Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams in Statically Determinate Beams Stresses in Beams Deflections of Beams by Double Integration Method Torsion Compound Stresses and Strains Thin and Thick Cylinders and Spheres Columns and Struts Theories of Failures Index

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S S Bhavikatti AICTE Emeritus Fellow at BVB College of Engineering and Technology, Hubli.

ABOUT THE BOOK

Designed for beginners, this book comprehensively covers the development, principles of operation and manufacturing features of CNC machines and also elucidates methods of setting machines for operation, includes programming modules and codes and provides real programs for CNC operation.

KEY FEATURES

Graded approach for beginners Guidelines to develop practical programs Complete programs for machine safety Detailed description of CNC machine using G-Codes and M-Codes Covers program inputs from leading CNC manufacturing companies Includes troubleshooting techniques Includes programs tested on various CNC machines

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Literature Survey Introduction to CNC Machine Construction Features of CNC Machines CNC Machine Operating System Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Characteristics Setting the Machine CNC Programming CNC Metal Cutting Tools Trouble Shooting of Machining Processes Introduction to FMS, CIM System and Robots

Binit Kumar Jha Professor and Head, Manufacturing Technology Department, JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida.

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

(6th Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book is specially designed to meet the requirements of a large spectrum of engineering students. The study of engineering drawing builds the foundations of analytical capabilities for solving a wide variety of engineering problems. The book is suitable for those who find learning the concepts difficult and want to study through solved examples. Student-friendly, lucid and comprehensive, this book contains realtime applications and adopts step-by-step instructions to explain and solve problems.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Basics of Engineering Graphics Projections of Points Projections of Straight Lines Projections of Planes Auxiliary Projections Projections Projections of Solids Orthographic Projections Sections of Solids Development of Surfaces Intersection of Surfaces Isometric Projection Perspective Projection Freehand Sketching Computer Aided Drafting

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S GowriFirst Registrar of Anna University of Technology, Chennai. He chaired the department of manufacturing engineering, Anna University, Chennai. T JeyapoovanProfessor & Dy Director (Training), Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Padur, Chennai.

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

(2nd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book covers one of the basic subjects for engineering students irrespective of the branch, as it develops the thinking and imaginative capacity of the student to tackle engineering problems. It has been specially prepared according to the BTech syllabus of WBUT. A large number of solved examples have been provided for the students so that they are able to handle any kind of problems in the examinations.

KEY FEATURES

WBUT

ISBN: 978-81259-49633 Price: `275 Pages: 552 Size: 6.75 9.5

B B GhoshEx-Principal, Institute of Engineering and Management (IEM), Kolkata. Satyajit Chakrabarti Director, IEM, Salt Lake, Kolkata. Samir GhoshLecturer at IEM, Salt Lake, Kolkata.

Brief but methodical discussion of concepts Complete syllabus coverage Examination-oriented approach Large number of MCQs with answers Review questions and exercise problems with every chapter Previous years' solved question papers

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction to Statics Elements of Vectors Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies Concept of Friction Distributed Force: Centroid and Centre of Gravity Moment of Inertia (Area and Mass) Virtual Work Kinematics and Kinetics Projectiles Kinetics of Particles Work, Energy and Power Stress Strain and Impact Loading Properties of Material and Stress Strain Diagram Model Question Papers University Question Papers with Answers Index.

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ABOUT THE BOOK

The study of engineering drawing builds the foundations of analytical capabilities for solving a wide variety of engineering problems and contains real-time applications. Student-friendly, lucid and comprehensive, this book adopts step-by-step instructions to explain and solve problems. With all the drawings prepared using AutoCAD software, this book would be a perfect reference for all engineering students.

NEW IN THIS EDITION Simplified diagrams to explain problems Contains logical sequence of examples for easy learning Includes 607 figures, 380 solved problems, 421 exercise problems and 433 short questions with answers Covers complete syllabi of GTU Includes university question papers

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Projection of Points Projection of Straight Lines Projection of Planes Auxiliary Projections Projection of Solids Orthographic Projections Section of Solids Development of Surfaces Isometric Projection

T. JeyapoovanProfessor & Dy Director (Training) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Padur, Chennai.

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

ABOUT THE BOOK

Written in a comprehensive manner, this book elaborates on the tricky aspects of the motion of particle and its cause, forces and vectors, lifting machines and pulleys, inertia and projectiles, juxtapositioning them with relevant, neat illustrations, which make the science of engineering mechanics an interesting study for aspiring engineers. The book, has a large number of theoretical questions, numerical problems and a highly informative objective-type question bank. It caters to the learning needs of BE/BTech students and also those preparing for competitive exams.

ANNA

ISBN: 978-81259-42351 Price: `375 Pages: 632 Size: 6.75 x 9.5

S RajasekaranProfessor of Infrastructure Engineering at the Department of Civil Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India. G Sankarasubramanian Professor of Civil Engineering at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore.

KEY FEATURES

Lucid and well-explained concepts with 300+ theoretical questions Unsolved numerical exercises with answers for self-assessment Insightful summary for quick review at the end of every chapter Appendices for supplementary information Objective-type question bank at the end of the book Solved question papers of past examinations

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Statics of Particles-Concurrent Forces in Plane Statics of ParticlesConcurrent Force in Space Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-Concurrent Forces in Plane Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-Concurrent Forces in Space Friction Centroid and Centre of Gravity Moment of Inertia and Mass Moment of Inertia Kinematics of Particles Rectilinear Motion Kinematics of Particles-Curvilinear Motion Kinetics of Particles-Work and Energy Kinetics of Particles-Impulse and Momentum Collision of Elastic Bodies Kinematics of Rigid Bodies

(3rd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This is a textbook designed for all engineering students. It explains the fundamental concepts and principles udnerlying the subject and illustrates the application of numerical methods to solve engineering problems.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Statics of ParticlesConcurrent Forces in plane Statics of ParticlesConcurrent Forces in space Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-concurrent Forces in Plane Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-concurrent Forces in Space Analaysis of Pin-jointed Plane Trusses Uniform Flexible Suspension Cable Friction Centroid and Centre of Gravity Moment of Inertia and Mass Moment of Inertia Method of Virtual Work Kinematics of ParticlesRectilinear Motion Kinematics of Particlescurvilinear Motion Kinetics of ParticlesNewtons Second Law Kinetics of ParticlesWork and Energy Kinetics of ParticlesImpulse and Momentum Collision of Elastic Bodies Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Kinetics of Rigid Bodies MechanicalVibrations Appendices Answers for Exercises Solved Question Papers References Conversion Factors Index

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S RajasekaranProfessor of Infrastructure Engineering at the Department of Civil Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India. G SankarasubramanianProfessor of Civil Engineering at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore.

(3rd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book explains the fundamental concepts and principles underlying the subject. It illustrates the application of numerical methods to solve engineering problems with mathematical models and introduces students to the use of computer applications to solve problems.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Statics of ParticlesConcurrent Forces in Plane Statics of ParticlesConcurrent Forces in Space Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-concurrent Forces in Plane Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-concurrent Forces in Space Friction Centroid and Centre of Gravity Moment of Inertia and Mass Moment of Inertia Kinematics of ParticlesRectilinear Motion Kinematics of ParticlesCurvilinear Motion Kinetics of ParticlesNewtons Second Law Kinetics of ParticlesWork and Energy Kinetics of ParticlesImpulse and Momentum Collision of Elastic Bodies Kinematics of Rigid Bodies Kinetics of Rigid Bodies Appendices Answers for Exercises Solved Question Papers References Conversion Factors Index

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S RajasekaranProfessor of Infrastructure Engineering at the Department of Civil Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India. G SankarasubramanianProfessor of Civil Engineering at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore.

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CIVIL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS INCLUDED (5th Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book covers all the basic engineering lab practices in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics and presents various tools to be used and exercises to be practised in the application of engineering practices in their respective fields.

KEY FEATURES

Simple explanations of various tools in the basic workshop practice Relevant experiments in respective lab practices Sample viva voce questions Study experiments in all lab practices

TABLE OF CONTENTS ISBN: 978-81259-49657 Price: `375 Pages: 452 Size: 7.25 9.5

Part - I: Civil Engineering PracticePlumbing and Woodwork: Practices in Plumbing Practices in Wood work Study Experiments Part - II: Mechanical Engineering PracticeWelding and Machining: Practices in Welding Practices in Machining; Demonstration on Smithy Demonstration on Foundry Study Experiments Practices in Fitting Practices in Sheet Metal Work Part - III: Electrical Engineering Practice: Study Experiments Part - IV: Electronic Engineering Practice: Study Experiments

S GowriFirst Registrar of Anna University of Technology, Chennai. He chaired the department of manufacturing engineering, Anna University, Chennai. T JeyapoovanProfessor & Dy Director (Training), Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Padur, Chennai.

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(3rd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book builds the foundations of analytical capabilities for solving a wide variety of engineering problems and has real-time applications in all branches of engineering. Student-friendly, lucid and comprehensive, this book adopts step-by-step instructions to explain and solve problems. A major highlight of this book is that all the drawings are prepared using AutoCAD.

KEY FEATURES

Contains simplified diagrams to explain problems Presents logical sequence of examples for easy learning Uses the actual dimensions and details of constructions followed in building drawings Includes a large number of figures, solved problems, exercise problems and short questions with answers Provides numerous examination-oriented questions for self-assessment

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Projections of Points Projections of Straight Lines Projections of Planes Auxiliary Projections Projection of Solids Orthographic Projections Section of Solids Development of Surfaces Interpenetration of Solids Isomeric Projection Perspective Projection Building Drawing Freehand Sketching Computer Aided Design and Drafting

T JeyapoovanProfessor & Dy Director (Training), Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Padur, Chennai.

(3rd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

Books in this series have been specially designed to meet the requirements of a large spectrum of engineering students of WBUTthose who find learning the concepts difficult and want to study through solved examples and those who wish to study in the traditional way. Modern-day engineers constantly encounter applications of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics while working with engineering designs and structures, converting the power of heat and fluid into mechanical work-from early steam engines to hydroelectricity and supersonic jets. Equipping budding engineers with state-of-theart technology, This book provides an in-depth study of the two disciplines.

WBUT

ISBN:978-93259-63931 Price: `275 Pages: 480 Size: 6.75 9.5

Bankim Bihari Ghosh Ex-Principal, Institute of Engineering and Management (IEM), Kolkata, also taught at IIT Kharagpur and Jadavpur University. Satyajit Chakrabarti Director, Institute of Engineering Management (IEM), Salt Lake, Kolkata.

KEY FEATURES

Summary at the end of each chapter for quick recapitulation Large number of MCQs, review questions and numerical problem sets for self-

assessment

Five model test papers for practice Solution to past ten years' university papers

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I: Engineering Thermodynamics: Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics Work and Heat The First Law of Thermodynamics The Second Law of Thermodynamics Entropy Properties of Pure Substances Properties of Gases Air Standard Cycles for I.C. Engines Rankin Cycle of Steam Part II: Fluid II Mechanics Properties and Classification of Fluids Fluid Statics Fluid Kinematics Dynamics of Ideal Fluids Measurement of Flow Rate: Basic Principles Appenndices Samir GhoshAssistant Professor at Camellia School of Engineering and Technology. Prokash Chandra RoyAssistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jadavpur University.

(2nd Edition)

ABOUT THE BOOK

This book explains the essential concepts and principles underlying the subject. It illustrates the application of numerical methods to solve engineering problems with mathematical models.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Unit 1: Basics Introduction Unit 2: Statics of Particles Unit 3: Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies Unit 4: Friction Unit 5: Properties of Surfaces and Solids Unit 6: Dynamics of Particles Unit 7: Elements of Rigid Body Dynamics Index.

S RajasekaranProfessor of Infrastructure Engineering at the Department of Civil Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India. G SankarasubramanianProfessor of Civil Engineering at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore.

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THERMODYNAMICS AND ENERGY SYSTEMS ANALYSIS:

FROM ENERGY TO EXERGY

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Generalities and Fundamental Laws Closed Systems and General Thermodynamic Relations Balance of Extensive Properties Open Systems, in Steady State Operation Thermodynamic Properties of Matter Mixture of Perfect or Ideal Gases Mixtures of Gas and a Condensable Substance Thermodynamic Processes and Diagrams Simple Examples of Application of the First and Second Laws Energy and Exergy Analyses (Thermomechanical Processes) Energy and Exergy Analyses (With Reactive Processes) Application Examples of Chapters 10 and 11 Thermodynamic Cycles Application Examples of Chapters 10 Through 13 Linear Thermodynamics of Irreversible Phenomena Bibliography Nomenclature Index

Lucien Borel (Late)Emeritus professor at the EPFL, from 1988 till his death in September 2007 Daniel FavratDirector, Mechanical Engineering Institute of the EPFL (COLE POLYTECHNIQUE FDRALE DE LAUSANNE), Switzerland.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Energy, Energy Transfer, and Heat Transfer Principle of Conservation of Energy Heat Transfer Mechanisms Thermal Resistance Network Thermal Specification of Microelectronic Packages Fins and Heat Sinks Heat Conduction Equation Fundamentals of Convection Heat Transfer Forced Convection Heat Transfer: External Flows Forced Convection Heat Transfer: Internal Flows Natural Convection Heat Transfer Radiation Heat Transfer Computer Simulations and Thermal Design: Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Equations Experimental Techniques and Thermal Design Advanced Cooling Techniques Appendices Index

Younes ShabanyDirector of Thermal Engineering & Design, and Thermal Architect in Advanced Technology Group at Flextronics International USA, Milpitas, California.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction The Method of Weighted Residuals and Galerkin Approximations The Finite Element Method in One Dimension The Two-Dimensional Triangular Element The TwoDimensional Quadrilateral Element Isoparametric Two-Dimensional Elements The ThreeDimensional Element Finite Elements in Solid Mechanics Applications to Convective Transport Introduction to Fluid Flow Appendices Index

Darrell W PepperProfessor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Nevada Center for Advanced Computational Methods at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Juan C HeinrichEditor, Advisor and reviewer for a variety of technical journals, including Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering and Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics.

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