This volume is concerned with methods and procedures for a variety of engineering heat transfer phenomena. It presents information on progress and status of principles, together with limitations and opportunities in modelling. Relevant results are also provided. All contributions featured were invited and reviewed and the topics discussed are as follows: modelling and optimization in thermal science - from engineering to predicting organization in nature; microscales of natural flows; roles of CFD simulation in thermal analysis of microelectonic equipment; turbulence modelling in continuous casting processes; computational modelling nanosecond pulsed laser-induced melting and vaporization; finite element modelling of coupled convection-conduction phase change; modelling of heat transfer in heat pipes; modelling of inverse heat transfer; application of the boundary element method to the solution of heat radiation problems; improved lumped-differential formulations in heat transfer; modelling homogeneous bubble nucleation in liquids.
Publisher: WIT Press
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 230 x 155 mm
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