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by Donald Pitts,Leighton E. Sissom

Category: Physics
Subcategory: Science books
Author: Donald Pitts,Leighton E. Sissom
ISBN: 0070502072
ISBN13: 978-0070502079
Language: English
Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 2 edition (April 1, 1998)
Pages: 384
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Donald Pitts, Leighton E. If you want top grades and thorough understanding of heat transfer, this powerful study tool is the best tutor you can have! It takes you step-by-step through the subject and gives you 269 accompanying related problems with fully worked solutions. You also get 92 additional problems to solve on your own, working at your own speed. Answers at the back show you how you're doing

by Donald Pitts (Author), Leighton E. Sissom (Author).

by Donald Pitts (Author), Leighton E. ISBN-13: 978-0070502079.

Schaum’s outline of heat transfer, Donald R. Pitts, Leighton E. Sissom

Schaum’s outline of heat transfer, Donald R. 2nd ed. p. cm. - (Schaum’s outline series) Originally published: Schaum’s outline of theory and problems of heat transfer. New York : McGraw-Hill, cl997. To fulfil1 these dual roles, there are several factors that must be considered.

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Part of the Schaum's Outline Series). by Donald Pitts and Leighton E Sissom. I found the Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Heat Transfer, 2nd Ed. a helpful addition to my small collection of radiation heat transfer references

Part of the Schaum's Outline Series). a helpful addition to my small collection of radiation heat transfer references. It has a unique worked example of the direct conversion from an Oppenheim radiosity network (RC analogy) to a radiation exchange factor (script-F) network. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. It is what I expected. Heat Transfer all in one reference.

Contributor(s): Sissom, Leighton E. Material type: BookSeries: Schaum’s outline series. Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1977Description: 325 p. : ill. ; 27 c. SBN: 0070990662; 007050203X

Contributor(s): Sissom, Leighton E. SBN: 0070990662; 007050203X. Subject(s): Heat - Transmission Heat - Transmission - Problems, exercises, etc DDC classification: 62. 022. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Subject(s): Heat - Transmission Heat - Transmission - Problems, exercisesDDC classification: 62.

Author: Donald Pitts Leighton E.

Dr. Leighton E. Sissom is a registered professional engineer. He holds four degrees, including a . from Tennessee Technological University and . from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has served as a consultant to more than 600 organizations in 41 states and 11 foreign countries.

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Comments to eBook Schaum's Outline of Heat Transfer
Foiuost
Exactly what is portends to be, an inexpensive, outline on thermal sciences w/ a concentration on heat transfer phenomena and analysis. A few typos are present, but overall it is a useful reference.
Gavinranara
I was struggling in this class at GA Tech after the first couple of exams, but managed an A (!!!) after studying the rest of the semester with this companion book. Heat Transfer is a difficult subject, but this book made the material a lot more approachable and easier to handle.
Brialelis
Don't buy this to learn Heat Transfer, its biggest asset is that is has some crystal clear definitions but the equation aren't detailed enough to gain a valuable understanding from and examples are somewhat easy and shallow. At least for my class.
riki
Schaum's Outline of Heat Transfer provides practical applications of heat transfer calculations, without delving into too many details of the theory. This is a useful tool for engineers who are interested in applications. Sufficient theory and equations are presented to understand the subject and be able to perform calculations for practical applications.
Nanecele
The book is very helpful for insight into how to handle various heat transfer geometries, such as flat plate, cylinders, sphere, etc. I found no glaring technical or typographical errors in the book. However, the section on heat exchangers could have been much better developed. Specifically, on the relationship of UA, mass flow rate, specific heat capacity, and the terminal differential temperature ratio. For those interested, I offer the following derivations:

For counterflow Hx's:
(T1-T2)/(T3-T4)=e^(UA*(M2Cp2-M1Cp1)/(M1Cp1*M2Cp2))

For parallel flow Hx's:
(T1-T4)/(T3-T2)=e^(UA*(M2Cp2+M1Cp1)/(M1Cp1*M2Cp2))

Where: T1 is the inlet temperature of the high temperature fluid, T2 is the exit temperature of the low temperature fluid, T3 is the exit temperature of the high temperature fluid, T4 is the inlet temperature of the low temperature fluid. UA is the product of the overall heat transfer coefficient and the heat transfer area, typically fixed in the heat exchanger design/construction. M1 and M2 are the mass flow rates of the the high temp (M1) and low temp (M2) fluids. Cp1 and Cp2 are the specific heat capacities of the high temperature and low temperature fluids, respectively. Of course, "e" is the base natural logarithm, 2.71828...

Although, the idealized case, these formulae, which I could not gleen from this outline, will help greatly in the evaluation of terminal temperatures for a given heat exchanger given the design attributes of U, A, Cp, mass flow rates and sink and source temperatures.
Nothing personal
This reference fully met my needs for heat-transfer examples. It supplements Chapman 1967 and Incropera & DeWitt 1990, which do not provide answers to their end-of-chapter exercises.

I particularly liked the more recent correlations for forced convection, and the examples for material with low Biot numbers..

WAS
Clever
One aspect of the book I found very useful is the compilation of empirical correlations for the Nusselt number, making this book an ideal **supplement** to a more theoretically oriented textbook. For upper level undergraduate and the first year graduate students in an engineering major, my recommendation in this regard would be "Fundamental Principles of Heat Transfer" by Stephen Whitaker.
Used this as a supplementary text to try and bring in an alternative perspective to the material for my Thermals & Fluids class. I didn't actually use it during the time I was taking the class but after I skimmed through the text and it had more in the way of content then my actual textbook for the course had. I would recommend this to people who either want it to help them when learning the material or for professionals who just need a casual reference text for when they are working.
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