Best Reference Books – Advanced Transport Phenomena

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We have compiled a list of Best Reference Books on Advanced Transport Phenomena Subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges.

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We have put a lot of effort into researching the best books for reference on this subject and came out with a recommended list of best books. The table below contains a review of these books and links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

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1. “Laminar Flow and Convective Transport Processes” by L G Leal

Book Review: This book presents many analytical methods that are needed for fluid mechanics and transport processes. The book also deals with nondimensionalization, scaling principles and analysis of asymptotes and is a good book for graduate level courses on fluid mechanics and convective heat transport. The book stresses on the scaling principles and asymptotic method usage and identifies the correlations that exist between dependent and independent dimensionless parameters.

2. “Advanced Transport Phenomena: Fluid Mechanics and Convective Transport Processes” by L G Leal

Book Review: This book presents many analytical methods that are needed for fluid mechanics and transport processes. The book also deals with nondimensionalization, scaling principles and analysis of asymptotes and is a good book for graduate level courses on fluid mechanics and convective heat transport. The book stresses on the scaling principles and asymptotic method usage and identifies the correlations that exist between dependent and independent dimensionless parameters.

3. “Advanced Transport Phenomena” by John C Slattery

Book Review: The book provides a detailed discussion on transport phenomena and provides a solid understanding of various operations used by chemical engineers. The book also covers topics of momentum, energy, mass transfer and also demonstrates techniques to obtain approximate solutions. The book contains many examples as well as numerous exercises and is very suitable for students at the graduate level. This is also a good reference book for researchers.

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4. “Advanced Transport Phenomena: Analysis, Modeling, and Computations” by P A Ramachandran

“Advanced Transport Phenomena: Analysis, Modeling, and Computations” Book Review: Multiple aspects of transport phenomena represented in this book. It is recommended to students of graduate level courses in the subject. Initial chapters deal with basic principles and model building of transport phenomena before dwelling into further concepts. Concepts of physicochemical principles of transport phenomena along with numerical analysis and computational solutions are described. Readers can find a list of prerequisite concepts at the beginning of every chapter. Numerous examples and solved problems make the understanding of the concepts easier.

5. “Transport Phenomena: An Introduction to Advanced Topics” by Larry A Glasgow

“Transport Phenomena: An Introduction to Advanced Topics” Book Review: The book covers application and implementation of the concepts of transport phenomena to various advanced problems. It targets higher undergraduate or graduate level students of chemical or mechanical engineering. Analytical and numerical solution techniques are presented in the book with the help of advanced concepts of transport phenomena. Emphasis is laid on both theoretical as well as mathematical application standpoints. Readers can find a plethora of examples and problems throughout the text. Other concepts included are: nonlinear, multidimensional transport, and transient molecular and convective transport scenarios.

6. “Advanced Transport and Spatial Systems Models: Applications to Korea” by J Kim Suh Kim

“Advanced Transport and Spatial Systems Models: Applications to Korea” Book Review: The book covers the transport phenomena and development in Korea. It can be referred to by researchers and practitioners of the field. The book largely covers the transport systems of Korea along with linear and nonlinear programming models. Highway investment, bilevel programming model and congestion functions are also discussed. The book concludes by laying the foundation for future prospects and research.

7. “Advanced Transport Protocols: Designing the Next Generation” by E Exposito

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“Advanced Transport Protocols: Designing the Next Generation” Book Review: The book describes the means and methodologies of design of novel transport layers. The contents of the book are divided into 4 different parts. The first part presents the concepts of existing transport protocols, model-driven methodology for development of a new generation transport protocols. Further, the second part deals with the UML based design of a component-based transport protocol. Next, model driven strategies for controlling the next generation automatic transport protocols are elucidated. The last part emphasises on both component-based and service-oriented approaches in the development of autonomic computing-based transport protocols.

8. “Quantum Transport in Semiconductor Submicron Structures” by Kramer

“Quantum Transport in Semiconductor Submicron Structures” Book Review: Articles extracted from the lectures of a NATO Advanced Study Institute are presented in the text. It can be useful to researchers and scientists of the domain. Instead of presenting a broad perspective of the subject, emphasis is laid on interaction and correlation phenomena. Quantum hall experiments and theory is illustrated along with the luttinger liquid. Concepts of persistent currents in semiconductor systems, single-electron transistors, mesoscopic transport, time-dependent transport phenomena are also included.

9. “Advanced Transport Systems” by Jani

“Advanced Transport Systems” Book Review: The book covers multi facets of the transport systems. It is recommended to postgraduates, researchers, working professionals of the field. Methods for analysis, modeling and performance evaluation of a variety of systems are presented. Both theoretical and practical aspects of transport systems are presented. The transport systems covered are: BRT, PRT, passenger cars, HSR, TRM, ETT, STA, ATC.

10. “An Introduction to Hydraulics of Fine Sediment Transport” by Ashish J Mehta

“An Introduction to Hydraulics of Fine Sediment Transport” Book Review: Phenomena of fine sediment transport is of focus in this book. Civil and coastal engineering students can refer to this book. The book consists of 12 chapters. Laboratory-based fine sediment processes and their complexities along with the description of components of fine sediment transport are explained. Readers can also find examples and solved exercises throughout the text. Mechanics of fluid flow and open channel hydraulics are prerequisites for a few chapters.

People who are searching for Free downloads of books and free pdf copies of these books – “Laminar Flow and Convective Transport Processes” by L G Leal, “Laminar Flow and Convective Transport Processes” by L G Leal, “Advanced Transport Phenomena: Fluid Mechanics and Convective Transport Processes” by L G Leal, “Advanced Transport Phenomena” by John C Slattery, “Advanced Transport Phenomena: Analysis, Modeling, and Computations” by P A Ramachandran, “Transport Phenomena: An Introduction to Advanced Topics” by Larry A Glasgow, “Advanced Transport and Spatial Systems Models: Applications to Korea” by J Kim Suh Kim, “Advanced Transport Protocols: Designing the Next Generation” by E Exposito, “Quantum Transport in Semiconductor Submicron Structures” by Kramer, “Advanced Transport Systems” by Jani, “An Introduction to Hydraulics of Fine Sediment Transport” by Ashish J Mehta – we would like to mention that we don’t have free downloadable pdf copies of these good books and one should look for free pdf copies from these Authors only if they have explicitly made it free to download and read them.

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