Specific Applications of Conjugate Heat Transfer Models


In this chapter, the examples are considered shortly as well as the conjugate solutions are discussed in the second part of third chapter, beginning from Section 3.2. Some of the examples might demand additional physical and mathematical information that one could get from the third part of the textbook. The author hopes that this knowledge is enough to understand the majority of presented solutions, otherwise, any course of Advanced Engineering Mathematics that consists of extra theory and exercises will do. For additional information of fluid flow and heat transfer, a reader is referred to Schlichting’s book “Boundary Layer Theory” and for more specific knowledge of turbulent flow to Wilcox’s monograph “Turbulence Modeling for CFD”.

4.1Heat Exchangers and Finned Surfaces
4.2Thermal Treatment and Cooling Systems
4.3Simulation of Industrial Processes
4.4Technology Processes

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