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This volume discusses the advances in numerical heat transfer modeling by applying high-performance computing resources, striking a balance between generic fundamentals, specific fundamentals, generic applications, and specific applications ...

Author: W. Minkowycz

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351468268

Category: Science

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This volume discusses the advances in numerical heat transfer modeling by applying high-performance computing resources, striking a balance between generic fundamentals, specific fundamentals, generic applications, and specific applications.
2018-12-13 By W. Minkowycz

This volume discusses the advances in numerical heat transfer modeling by applying high-performance computing resources, striking a balance between generic fundamentals, specific fundamentals, generic applications, and specific applications ...

Author: W. Minkowycz

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0367447304

Category: Heat

Page: 416

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This volume discusses the advances in numerical heat transfer modeling by applying high-performance computing resources, striking a balance between generic fundamentals, specific fundamentals, generic applications, and specific applications.
2019-12-03 By W. Minkowycz

S.V. Patankar and D.B. Spalding , A Calculation Procedure for Heat , Mass and Momentum Transfer in Three - Dimensional Parabolic Flows , Int . J. Heat MassTransfer , vol . 15 , pp . 1787-1806 , 1972 . 14.

Author: W. Minkowycz

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1560324414

Category: Science

Page: 422

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This is the first volume in the series. It analyzes several fundamental methodology issues in numerical heat transfer and fluid flow and identifies certain areas of active application. The finite-volume approach is presented with the finite-element methods as well as with energy balance analysis. Applications include the latest development in turbulence modeling and current approaches to inverse problems.
1996-11-01 By W. Minkowycz

1–11, New york: John Wiley & Sons, 2006. 2. K. R. Diller, Modeling of Bioheat Transfer Processes at High and Low Temperatures, in Advances in Heat Transfer, vol. 22 (ed. y. I. Cho), pp. 157–357, Boston: Academic Press, 1992. 3.

Author: W. J. Minkowycz

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1420095226

Category: Science

Page: 400

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Definitive Treatment of the Numerical Simulation of Bioheat Transfer and Fluid Flow Motivated by the upwelling of current interest in subjects critical to human health, Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer, Volume 3 presents the latest information on bioheat and biofluid flow. Like its predecessors, this volume assembles a team of renowned international researchers who cover both fundamentals and applications. It explores ingenious modeling techniques and innovative numerical simulation for solving problems in biomedical engineering. The text begins with the modeling of thermal transport by perfusion within the framework of the porous-media theory. It goes on to review other perfusion models, different forms of the bioheat equation for several thermal therapies, and thermal transport in individual blood vessels. The book then describes thermal methods of tumor detection and treatment as well as issues of blood heating and cooling during lengthy surgeries. It also discusses how the enhancement of heat conduction in tumor tissue by intruded nanoparticles improves the efficacy of thermal destruction of the tumor. The final chapters focus on whole-body thermal models, issues concerning the thermal treatment of cancer, and a case study on the thermal ablation of an enlarged prostate.
2009-03-27 By W. J. Minkowycz

Series in Computational and Physical Processes in Mechanics and Thermal Sciences Series Editors W. J. Minkowycz Mechanical and ... Volume 3, edited by W. J. Minkowycz, and E. M. Sparrow Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer, Volume 2, ...

Author: W. J. Minkowycz

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439861950

Category: Science

Page: 342

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Featuring contributions by leading researchers in the field, Nanoparticle Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow explores heat transfer and fluid flow processes in nanomaterials and nanofluids, which are becoming increasingly important across the engineering disciplines. The book covers a wide range, from biomedical and energy conversion applications to materials properties, and addresses aspects that are essential for further progress in the field, including numerical quantification, modeling, simulation, and presentation. Topics include: A broad review of nanofluid applications, including industrial heat transfer, biomedical engineering, electronics, energy conversion, membrane filtration, and automotive An overview of thermofluids and their importance in biomedical applications and heat-transfer enhancement A deeper look at biomedical applications such as nanoparticle hyperthermia treatments for cancers Issues in energy conversion from dispersed forms to more concentrated and utilizable forms Issues in nanofluid properties, which are less predictable and less repeatable than those of other media that participate in fluid flow and heat transfer Advances in computational fluid dynamic (CFD) modeling of membrane filtration at the microscale The role of nanofluids as a coolant in microchannel heat transfer for the thermal management of electronic equipment The potential enhancement of natural convection due to nanoparticles Examining key topics and applications in nanoscale heat transfer and fluid flow, this comprehensive book presents the current state of the art and a view of the future. It offers a valuable resource for experts as well as newcomers interested in developing innovative modeling and numerical simulation in this growing field.
2016-04-19 By W. J. Minkowycz

B.P. Leonard, Bounded Higher-order upwind multidimensional finite-volume convection-diffusion algorithms, in Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer, ed. by W. J. Minkowycz, E. M. Sparrow (Eds), vol. 1, (Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, ...

Author: Yogesh Jaluria

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319769837

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 357

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This book focuses on advanced processing of new and emerging materials, and advanced manufacturing systems based on thermal transport and fluid flow. It examines recent areas of considerable growth in new and emerging manufacturing techniques and materials, such as fiber optics, manufacture of electronic components, polymeric and composite materials, alloys, microscale components, and new devices and applications. The book includes analysis, mathematical modeling, numerical simulation and experimental study of processes for prediction, design and optimization. It discusses the link between the characteristics of the final product and the basic transport mechanisms and provides a foundation for the study of a wide range of manufacturing processes. Focuses on new and advanced methods of manufacturing and materials processing with traditional methods described in light of the new approaches; Maximizes reader understanding of the fundamentals of how materials change, what transport processes are involved, and how these can be simulated and optimized - concepts not covered elsewhere; Introduces new materials and applications in manufacturing and summarizes traditional processing methods, such as heat treatment, extrusion, casting, injection molding, and bonding, to show how they have evolved and how they could be used for meeting the challenges that we face today.
2018-05-24 By Yogesh Jaluria

2, p. 191, 1974. Ramadhyani S. Two-equation and second-moment turbulence models for convective heat transfer, Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer, W.J. Minkowycz, and E.M. Sparrow, Eds., Vol. 1, pp. 171–199, Taylor & Francis, ...

Author: Yogesh Jaluria

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351458870

Category: Science

Page: 560

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This new edition updated the material by expanding coverage of certain topics, adding new examples and problems, removing outdated material, and adding a computer disk, which will be included with each book. Professor Jaluria and Torrance have structured a text addressing both finite difference and finite element methods, comparing a number of applicable methods.
2017-10-19 By Yogesh Jaluria

Chai, J. C., and Patankar, S. V.: Finite Volume Method for Radiation Heat Transfer, in W. Minkowycz, and E. Sparrow (eds.), Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer, vol. 2, Taylor and Francis, London, 2000. Chambers, R. L., and Somers, ...

Author: John R. Howell

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439894552

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 987

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Providing a comprehensive overview of the radiative behavior and properties of materials, the fifth edition of this classic textbook describes the physics of radiative heat transfer, development of relevant analysis methods, and associated mathematical and numerical techniques. Retaining the salient features and fundamental coverage that have made it popular, Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer, Fifth Edition has been carefully streamlined to omit superfluous material, yet enhanced to update information with extensive references. Includes four new chapters on Inverse Methods, Electromagnetic Theory, Scattering and Absorption by Particles, and Near-Field Radiative Transfer Keeping pace with significant developments, this book begins by addressing the radiative properties of blackbody and opaque materials, and how they are predicted using electromagnetic theory and obtained through measurements. It discusses radiative exchange in enclosures without any radiating medium between the surfaces—and where heat conduction is included within the boundaries. The book also covers the radiative properties of gases and addresses energy exchange when gases and other materials interact with radiative energy, as occurs in furnaces. To make this challenging subject matter easily understandable for students, the authors have revised and reorganized this textbook to produce a streamlined, practical learning tool that: Applies the common nomenclature adopted by the major heat transfer journals Consolidates past material, reincorporating much of the previous text into appendices Provides an updated, expanded, and alphabetized collection of references, assembling them in one appendix Offers a helpful list of symbols With worked-out examples, chapter-end homework problems, and other useful learning features, such as concluding remarks and historical notes, this new edition continues its tradition of serving both as a comprehensive textbook for those studying and applying radiative transfer, and as a repository of vital literary references for the serious researcher.
2010-09-28 By John R. Howell

Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer Volume V W. J. Minkowycz, E. M. Sparrow, J.P Abraham, J. M. Gorman ... Numerical Study on Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop in Multilouvered Fins, Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer, vol. 2, pp.

Author: W. J. Minkowycz

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781482250206

Category: Science

Page: 218

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This book deals with certain aspects of material science, particularly with the release of thermal energy associated with bond breaking. It clearly establishes the connection between heat transfer rates and product quality. The editors then sharply draw the thermal distinctions between the various categories of welding processes, and demonstrate how these distinctions are translated into simulation model uniqueness. The book discusses the incorporation of radiative heat transfer processes into the simulation model.
2017-04-07 By W. J. Minkowycz

Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer, vol. 2, pp. 37–70, Taylor & Francis, New York, 2000. Matsushima, H. and Viskanta, R.: Effects of internal radiative transfer on natural convection and heat transfer in a vertical crystal growth ...

Author: John R. Howell

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000257816

Category: Science

Page: 1006

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The seventh edition of this classic text outlines the fundamental physical principles of thermal radiation, as well as analytical and numerical techniques for quantifying radiative transfer between surfaces and within participating media. The textbook includes newly expanded sections on surface properties, electromagnetic theory, scattering and absorption of particles, and near-field radiative transfer, and emphasizes the broader connections to thermodynamic principles. Sections on inverse analysis and Monte Carlo methods have been enhanced and updated to reflect current research developments, along with new material on manufacturing, renewable energy, climate change, building energy efficiency, and biomedical applications. Features: Offers full treatment of radiative transfer and radiation exchange in enclosures. Covers properties of surfaces and gaseous media, and radiative transfer equation development and solutions. Includes expanded coverage of inverse methods, electromagnetic theory, Monte Carlo methods, and scattering and absorption by particles. Features expanded coverage of near-field radiative transfer theory and applications. Discusses electromagnetic wave theory and how it is applied to thermal radiation transfer. This textbook is ideal for Professors and students involved in first-year or advanced graduate courses/modules in Radiative Heat Transfer in engineering programs. In addition, professional engineers, scientists and researchers working in heat transfer, energy engineering, aerospace and nuclear technology will find this an invaluable professional resource. Over 350 surface configuration factors are available online, many with online calculation capability. Online appendices provide information on related areas such as combustion, radiation in porous media, numerical methods, and biographies of important figures in the history of the field. A Solutions Manual is available for instructors adopting the text.
2020-12-09 By John R. Howell