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Table Of Contents

1.1 Fundamentals
1.1.1 Definitions
1.1.2 Energy balance
1.1.3 States of matter
1.2 Conduction
1.2.2 Fins
1.2.3 Separation of variables
1.3 Convection
1.3.1 Governing equations
1.4 Radiation
1.4.2 View factors
1.5 Boiling and condensation
1.5.1 Boiling curve
1.5.2 Critical heat flux
1.5.3 Film boiling
1.5.4 Condensation
1.6 Heat exchangers
1.6.4 Correlations
1.6.5 Extended surfaces
Problems
No spatial dimension
Dynamics
2.1 Variable heat transfer coefficient
2.1.1 Radiative cooling
2.1.2 Convective with weak radiation
2.3.2 Nonlinear analysis
2.5 Two-fluid problem
2.6 Two-body problem
2.6.1 Convective
2.6.2 Radiative
Control
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Systems
3.2.1 Systems without control
3.2.2 Systems with control
3.3 Linear systems theory
3.3.1 Ordinary differential equations
3.3.2 Algebraic-differential equations
3.4 Nonlinear aspects
3.4.1 Models
3.4.2 Controllability and reachability
3.4.3 Bounded variables
3.4.4 Relay and hysteresis
3.5 System identification
3.6 Control strategies
3.6.1 Mathematical model
3.6.2 On-off control
3.6.3 PID control
One spatial dimension
Conduction
4.1 Structures
4.2 Fin theory
4.2.1 Long time solution
4.2.2 Shape optimization of convective fin
4.3 Fin structure
4.4 Fin with convection and radiation
4.4.1 Annular fin
4.5 Perturbations of one-dimensional conduction
4.5.1 Temperature-dependent conductivity
4.5.2 Eccentric annulus
4.6 Transient conduction
4.7 Linear diffusion
4.8 Nonlinear diffusion
4.9 Stability by energy method
4.9.1 Linear
4.9.2 Nonlinear
4.10 Self-similar structures
4.11 Non-Cartesian coordinates
4.12 Thermal control
4.13 Multiple scales
Forced convection
5.1 Hydrodynamics
5.1.1 Mass conservation
5.1.2 Momentum equation
5.1.3 Long time behavior
5.2 Energy equation
5.2.1 Known heat rate
5.2.2 Convection with known outside temperature
5.3 Single duct
5.3.1 Steady state
5.3.2 Unsteady dynamics
5.3.3 Perfectly insulated duct
5.3.4 Constant ambient temperature
5.3.5 Periodic inlet and ambient temperature
5.3.6 Effect of wall
5.4 Two-fluid configuration
5.5 Flow between plates with viscous dissipation
5.6 Regenerator
5.7 Radial flow between disks
5.8 Networks
5.8.1 Hydrodynamics
5.8.2 Thermal networks
5.9 Thermal control
5.9.1 Control with heat transfer coefficient
5.9.2 Multiple room temperatures
5.9.3 Two rooms
5.9.4 Temperature in long duct
Natural convection
6.1 Modeling
6.1.1 Mass conservation
6.1.2 Momentum equation
6.1.3 Energy equation
6.2 Known heat rate
6.2.2 Axial conduction effects
6.2.3 Toroidal geometry
6.2.4 Dynamic analysis
6.2.5 Nonlinear analysis
6.3 Known wall temperature
6.4 Mixed condition
6.4.2 Steady State
6.4.3 Dynamic Analysis
6.4.4 Nonlinear analysis
6.5 Perturbation of one-dimensional flow
6.6 Thermal control
Moving boundary
7.1 Stefan problems
7.1.1 Neumann’s solution
Multiple spatial dimensions
8.1 Steady-state problems
8.2 Transient problems
8.2.1 Two-dimensional fin
8.3 Radiating fins
8.4 Non-Cartesian coordinates
9.1 Low Reynolds numbers
9.2 Potential flow
9.2.1 Two-dimensional flow
9.3 Leveque’s solution
9.4 Multiple solutions
9.5 Plate heat exchangers
9.6 Falkner-Skan boundary flows
10.1 Governing equations
10.2 Cavities
10.3 Marangoni convection
11.1 Governing equations
11.1.1 Darcy’s equation
11.1.2 Forchheimer’s equation
11.1.3 Brinkman’s equation
11.1.4 Energy equation
11.2 Forced convection
11.2.1 Plane wall at constant temperature
11.2.2 Stagnation-point flow
11.2.3 Thermal wakes
11.3 Natural convection
11.3.1 Linear stability
11.3.2 Steady-state inclined layer solutions
12.1 Stefan problems
Complex systems
13.1 Monte Carlo methods
Boiling and condensation
14.1 Homogeneous nucleation
Microscale heat transfer
15.1 Diffusion by random walk
15.1.1 One-dimensional
15.1.2 Multi-dimensional
15.2 Boltzmann transport equation
15.2.1 Relaxation-time approximation
15.3 Phonons
15.3.1 Single atom type
15.3.2 Two atom types
Bioheat transfer
16.1 Mathematical models
17.1 Fin analysis
17.2 Porous medium analogy
17.3 Heat transfer augmentation
17.4 Maldistribution effects
17.5 Microchannel heat exchangers
17.6 Radiation effects
17.7 Transient behavior
17.8 Correlations
17.8.1 Least squares method
17.9 Compressible flow
17.10 Thermal control
17.11 Control of complex thermal systems
17.11.1 Hydronic networks
17.11.2 Other applications
17.12 Conclusions
18.1 Genetic algorithms
18.2 Artificial neural networks
18.2.1 Heat exchangers
Appendices
Mathematical review
A.1 Fractals
A.1.1 Cantor set
A.1.2 Koch curve
A.1.3 Knopp function
A.1.4 Weierstrass function
A.4.4 One-dimensional systems
A.4.5 Examples of bifurcations
A.4.6 Unfolding and structural instability
A.4.7 Two-dimensional systems
A.4.8 Three-dimensional systems
A.4.9 Nonlinear analysis
A.5 Singularity theory
A.6 Partial differential equations
A.6.1 Eigenfunction expansion
A.7 Waves
B.1 Finite difference methods
B.2 Finite element methods
B.3 Spectral methods
B.3.1 Trigonometric Galerkin
B.3.2 Trigonometric collocation
B.3.3 Chebyshev Galerkin
B.3.4 Legendre Galerkin
B.3.5 Moments
B.4 MATLAB
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