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The first edition of the book contains thirty-five experiments pertaining to chemical and allied engineering subjects. The book covers low-cost experiments from the following topics: unit operation, reaction engineering and process control. All experiments are broadly discussed under eight subtitles. The book has essentially been written for students and faculty members.
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.
This book is designed as a textbook for undergraduate students of Mechanical Engineering and related courses. The second edition maintains the student-centric presentation of the materials. The book is organized in a two-chapter format for the materials in Conduction, Convection, and Radiation with the first chapters containing the essential topics and the second chapters optional topics. A chapter on Mass Transfer has been added to this edition. There are sufficient materials for two 3-credit courses.