Here is the listing of Best reference books on Two Phase flow and Heat Transfer.
|1. “One Dimensional Two-phase Flows” by Wallis G.B|
|2. “Convective Boiling and Condensation” by Collier J.B. and Thome J.R
Book Review: This book describes the science of boiling and condensation completely. The book gives more importance to boiling and condensation occurrence in the presence of forced flows within pipes and also deals with the problems of heat transfer rates and pressure drops. The book covers the latest advancements and also includes the topics of tube bundle flows, two phase heat transfer with respect to refrigerants and photochemical. The book also contains numerous examples on topics two phase flow and heat transfer. This book is suitable for engineers in chemical process, power generation and refrigeration industries.
|3. “Two Phase flow and Heat Transfer” by P. B. Whalley
Book Review: This book mainly deals with gas liquid two phase flows. One part of the book deals with adiabatic flows that are mainly without the addition or removal of heat. The book also deals with the topics of flow pattern maps and homogeneous flows. The other part of the book deals with heat transfer in two phase flows that are boiling and condensation. The book also deals with pressure drop flow, flooding, nucleation and drift flux model. The book also explains the different types of heat transfer and is very useful for readers in chemical and mechanical engineering.
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