Fundamentals of Heat Exchanger Design


Ramesh K. Shah
 Publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
 Date 2003
 Pages 941
 Format pdf
 Size 7.1 Mb

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This is maybe one of the best sources of technical information for all people who are interested in the design theory and methodology of the performance rating for all types of heat exchangers. It shall be treated as the advanced volume definitely appropriate for the practicing engineers in various thermal sciences and also to the students of the relevant disciplines. However, some introductory course on the basics of the heat transfer process might be required fro those readers who possess little technical background in this area, to appreciate the whole wealth of information contained in the book. This textbook presents the detailed coverage of some technical subjects that are only mentioned in most of the other books dedicated to the design of the heat exchangers - this would include the temperature effectiveness method, misdistribution of the flow, longitudinal conduction effects and others. The comprehensive correlations have been explained and well documented. The text part of most of the chapters is supplemented with some examples, graphs, tabular data and other reference information for easier and better understanding of the theory. The bottom-line is that the present publication is a truly excellent book on the thermo-hydraulic design of the heat exchangers and their performance rating.​

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