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1.1Examples of Conduction Problems
1.2 Focal Point in Conduction Heat Transfer
1.3 Fourier's Law of Conduction
1.7 Problem Solving Format
1.8 Units
PROBLEMS
2.1Examples of One-dimensional Conduction
2.2 Extended Surfaces: Fins
2.2.1 The Function of Fins
2.2.2 Types of Fins
2.2.4 The Fin Approximation
2.2.5The Fin Heat Equation: Convection at Surface
2.2.7 Boundary Conditions
2.2.8 Determination of Fin Heat Transfer Rate
2.2.10 Corrected Length L
2.2.11 Fin Efficiency f
2.2.12 Moving Fins
2.2.13 Application of Moving Fins
2.2.14 Variable Area Fins
2.3 Bessel Differential Equations and Bessel Functions
2.3.1General Form of Bessel Equations
2.3.2 Solutions: Bessel Functions
2.3.3 Forms of Bessel Functions
2.3.6Derivatives and Integrals of Bessel Functions [2,3]
2.4Equidimensional (Euler) Equation
3.1 The Heat Conduction Equation
3.6 Cartesian Coordinates: Examples
3.7 Cylindrical Coordinates: Examples
3.8 Integrals of Bessel Functions
3.9 Non-homogeneous Differential Equations
4.1 Simplified Model: Lumped-Capacity Method
4.1.2 Lumped-Capacity Analysis
4.4 Transient Conduction in Cylinders
4.5 Transient Conduction in Spheres
4.6.1 Formulation of Duhamel’s Integral [1]
4.6.3 Applications
5.2.3 Boundary Conditions
5.3 Applications
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The Heat Equations
6.3 Moving Interface Boundary Conditions
6.4 Non-linearity of the Interface Energy Equation
6.7 Exact Solutions
6.7.1 Stefan’s Solution
6.8 Effect of Density Change on the Liquid Phase
6.9 Radial Conduction with Phase Change
7.1 Introduction
7.3 Taylor Series Method
7.4 Kirchhoff Transformation
7.4.1 Transformation of Differential Equations
7.4.2 Transformation of Boundary Conditions
7.5 Boltzmann Transformation
7.6 Combining Boltzmann and Kirchhoff Transformations
7.7 Exact Solutions
8.2 Procedure
8.3 Accuracy of the Integral Method
8.4 Application to Cartesian Coordinates
8.5 Application to Cylindrical Coordinates
8.6 Non-linear Problems [5]
8.7 Energy Generation
9.2 Solution Procedure
9.3 Examples of Perturbation Problems in Conduction
9.4 Perturbation Solutions: Examples
9.5 Useful Expansions
REFERENCES
10.1Introduction
10.2Vascular Architecture and Blood Flow
10.3 Blood Temperature Variation
10.4.3 Three-Temperature Model for Peripheral Tissue [7]
10.4. 5 The s-Vessel Tissue Cylinder Model [16]
11.1 Introduction
11.1.1 Categories of Microscale Phenomena
11.1.2 Purpose and Scope of this Chapter
11.3 Energy Carriers
11.3.1 Ideal Gases: Heat is Conducted by Gas Molecules
11.3.2 Metals: Heat is Conducted by Electrons
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# Heat Conduction by L M Jiji

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