Here is the listing of Best reference books on Introduction to Transport Phenomena.
|1. “Transport Phenomena” by R.B.Bird, W.E. Stewart and E.N. Lightfoot
Book Review: This book includes in-depth information on heat transfer thereby including more information about dimensional analysis. The book contains chapters on polymer flow, convective momentum and energy transfer. All the information is presented at three scales which is molecular, microscopic and macroscopic. The book also provides balanced information in the field of transport phenomena.
|2. “Transport Phenomena” by Larry A. Glasgow
Book Review: This book demonstrates the application of transport phenomena principles to solve various advanced problems in the field of engineering and science. This book assists the readers to apply transport phenomena using a range of advanced topics as well as analytical and numerical solution techniques. This book also helps the readers to solve complex problems that are encountered in the undergraduate courses. The book also provides numerous examples from the fields of physical and life sciences and engineering. This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students in the field of mechanical and chemical engineering.
|3. “Transport Phenomena” by Henrik Smith, Henning Højgaard Jensen
Book Review: This book demonstrates all the concepts that are needed for the understanding of transport phenomena. The book deals with the applications of statistical properties of kinetic theory and non-equilibrium situations in all the states that are solids, liquids, gases and plasma. The book demonstrates the application of techniques within the framework of Boltzmann equation to many other systems. This book is useful for postgraduate students and researchers who are familiar with the concepts of statistical mechanics and condensed matter physics.
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