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This book contains solutions to problems in the area of Heat Transfer, as per the syllabus of B.E. and M.Tech. courses in Visweswaraya Technological University, Karnataka.
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About the book
This book contains solutions to problems in the area of Heat Transfer, as per the syllabus of B.E. and M.Tech. courses in Visweswaraya Technological University, Karnataka (and other Universities as well).
Problems are solved using four popular software, viz. “Mathcad”, “Engineering Equation Solver (EES)” , “Finite Element Heat Transfer (FEHT)” and MS EXCEL-2007. Comments are included generously in the codes so that the logic behind the solution is clear. An introductory chapter gives a brief overview of the softwares used.
Use of computer software helps in solving the problems fast and accurately. More importantly, parameter analysis (what – if analysis) and graphical visualization is done to make an in – depth analysis of the problem. Once a particular type of problem is solved, solving similar problems later becomes extremely easy. In addition, one can plot the data, curve fit, write functions for various properties or calculations and re-use them. These possibilities create interest, curiosity and wonder in the minds of students and enthuse them to know more and work more.
About the Author
About the Softwares used
- About Mathcad
- What is Mathcad?
- Symbols in Mathcad worksheet
- ‘What – if ’ analysis in Mathcad
- Producing the results in tabular form
- Graphing in Mathcad
- Modifying the graph
- Solving equation with one variable (Root finding)
- Solving a set of simultaneous equations (both linear and non-linear)
- Differentiation in Mathcad
- Assigning a matrix in Mathcad
- Programming in Mathcad
- About Engineering Equation Solver (EES)
- What is EES?
- Parametric study in EES
- Graphing in EES
- About Finite Element Heat Transfer (FEHT)
- Using FEHT
- About MS EXCEL Spreadsheet
To the Student
1A Fourier’s Law and Heat conduction equation, multimode heat transfer
1B One-Dimensional, Steady state heat transfer without heat generation: Thermal resistance concept – PLANE WALL with constant k and variable k
1C One-dimensional steady state heat transfer with no internal heat generation
1D Critical radius problem
About the Author
Dr. M. Thirumaleshwar graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Karnataka Regional Engineering College, Surathkal, Karnataka, India, in the year 1965. He obtained M.Sc (cryogenis) from University of Southampton, U.K. and Ph.D.(cryogenics) from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
He is a Fellow of Institution of Engineers (India), Life Member, Indian Society for Technical Education, and a Foundation Fellow of Indian Cryogenics Council.
He has worked in India and abroad on large projects in the areas involving heat transfer, fluid flow, vacuum system design, cryogenic engineering, cryo-pumping etc.
He worked as Head of Cryogenics Dept. in Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Bombay and Centre for Advanced Technology (CAT), Indore, from 1966 to 1992.
He worked as Guest Collaborator with Superconducting Super Collider Laboratory of Universities Research Association, in Dallas, USA from 1990 to 1993.
He also worked at the Institute of Cryogenics, Southampton, U.K. as a Visiting Research Fellow from 1993 to 1994.
He was Head of the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues Institute of Technology, Vashi, Navi Mumbai, India for eight years.
He also worked as Head of Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering, and then as Principal, Vivekananda College of Engineering and Technology, Puttur (D.K.), India.
Presently, he is Professor and coordinator of Post-graduate program in the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering in St. Joseph Engineering College, Vamanjoor, Mangalore, India.
A book entitled “Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer” authored by him and published by M/s Pearson Education, India (2006) has been adopted as a Text book for third year engineering students by the Visweswaraya Technological University (V.T.U.), Belgaum, India.
He has also written and published three booklets entitled as follows:
1. Towards Excellence… How to Study (A Guide book to Students)
2. Towards Excellence… How to teach (A guide book to Teachers)
3. Towards Excellence… Seminars, GD’s and Personal Interviews (A guide book to Professional and Management students)
Dr. Thirumaleshwar has attended several National and International conferences and has more than 50 publications to his credit.
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