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HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORY: Orientation, Protocol and Design Methodology

Author(s) Mukund H Divekar, Nitin V Bhate
Year of Publication 2014
Edition First Edition
Pages 200
Cover Type Soft Cover
Size 7" x 9"
ISBN-13 978-81-87972-90-7

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About the Book

About The Book

The readers in the field of Engineering with particular regard to Heat Transfer Laboratory would find that a comprehensive study backed by in-depth design and experimentation has been undertaken exhaustively so as to achieve the set goals. The methods adopted for teaching over the years do not correlate with the theoretical aspects and performance in the laboratories. This statement is the result of authors academic knowledge and vast experience in teaching. They are of firm opinion that Laboratory Orientation supported by proper Design approach and the actual Performance is of paramount importance. This book therefore addresses the rationale for performing experiments and links it to the Industry. The chapters covered would most certainly benefit not only the students but also the teaching staff in Institutions worldwide. The uniqueness of the contents would set new horizons in introducing and conducting the Heat Transfer experiments across the globe.

Features

  • Rationale for the design of laboratory experiments.
  • Protocol for performing the experiments
  • Time and motion studies of experimentation
  • Inter-relationship between Theory, Experiment and Analysis (TEA).
  • Useful for Experimentation, Analysis and Theory (EAT) for research
  • Useful for Experimentation, Analysis and Theory (EAT) for research
Contents

Contents

Laboratory Orientation and Design Methodology: Laboratory Orientation. Design Methodology. Sources of Error and their Minimization

Conduction: Thermal Conductivity of Metals. Thermal Conductivity of Solids. Two Dimensional Heat Conduction (Electrical Analog). Heat Transfer in a Finned Tube. Pin Fin Apparatus

Convection: Heat Transfer by Natural Convection. Heat Transfer in Laminar Flow. Heat Transfer in Turbulent Flow

Radiation: Determination of Absorptivity.

Heat Transfer Equipment: Heat Transfer in an Agitated Vessel (Unsteady-state Operation). Heat Transfer in an Agitated Vessel (Steady-state Operation). Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger. Plate Heat Exchanger. Heat Transfer in Packed Beds. Heat Transfer in Fluidized Beds. Calandria Evaporator

References 

About the Author

About the author

Prof. Mukund H. Divekar is an Adjunct Professor of Chemical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar. He served in the Chemical Engineering Department of The M. S. University of Baroda in various capacities for 32 years. He received his Ph.D. degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (1977). His research interests are in Fluid Flow, Heat Transfer and Process Control. He has successfully designed and introduced a number of cost effective, self-contained, self-sustained and result oriented experiments in the U.G. laboratories.

Nitin V Bhate is an associate professor of Chemical Engineering at The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. He received his Ph.D from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay in 2008. He was involved in Development and up-gradation of UG Chemical Engineering Laboratories in IIT Bombay during 2005-2006. His research interest involves Chemical Reaction Engineering, Thermodynamics and Design of innovative Experimental Set-ups and Polymer Degradation and Processing. His Experience is spread over 2 year Industrial, 10 years Research, 13 Years Teaching

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Key features

Key features

  • Rationale for the design of laboratory experiments.
  • Protocol for performing the experiments.
  • Time and motion studies of experimentation
  • Inter-relationship between Theory, Experiment and Analysis (TEA).
  • Useful for Experimentation, Analysis and Theory (EAT) for research
Readership

Readership

This book will be useful for academicians, students, researchers of Chemical, Mechanical and allied branches of Engineering and professionals in thermal data generation.

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Experts Reviews

Prof.P. Chattopadhyay, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Om Dayal College of Engineering & Architecture, Howhra,WB, India.: "The Book is a nice fit for any B.Tech Mechanical Heat Transfer Lab."

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