Here is the listing of Best reference books on Convective Heat and Mass Transfer.
|1. “Convective Heat and Mass Transfer” by W.M. Kays
Book Review: The book demonstrates numerical and computational approaches to solve convective heat and mass transfer problems. The book also demonstrates theoretical approaches to solve convective heat and mass transfer problems mainly by focusing on boundary layer theory. The book also demonstrates TEXSTAN which is a software testing tool and is used to improvise the relationship between surface friction, heat transfer, mass transfer and many flow fields. The book also contains a chapter on convective heat transfer with body forces and also contains many examples on low transfer rates and high transfer rates.
|2. “Analysis of Heat and Transfer” by E.R.G. Eckert and R.M. Drake
Book Review: This is a very good textbook for students studying in graduate courses. The book demonstrates the fundamental laws in detail thereby making it very easy for the students to learn and understand. The book also illustrates the analytical method powers and identifies the disadvantages. The book also very clearly explains the basic principles needed for application to various situations as they happen to exist in technological developments and also provides many methodologies for the students to deal with the developments as well as derivations.
|3. “Convective Heat and Mass Transfer” by S. Mostafa Ghiaasiaan
Book Review: This is a very good textbook on convection heat and mass transfer at the graduate level. The book deals with both theoretical and practical concepts of convective heat and mass transfer. The book also covers many areas and topics like micro channel flow, analysis methods and design of computational fluid dynamics. The book also contains many problems on mass transfer. The book is also equipped with numerous other examples and exercises at the end of every chapter. The book also provides mathematical information for analysis of heat and mass transfer processes.
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