Friday, May 18, 2018

Mechanical Engineers’ Handbook Energy and Power Third Edition By Myer Kutz

Mechanical Engineers’ Handbook Energy and Power Third Edition By Myer Kutz
1. Thermophysical Properties of Fluids
2. Fluid Mechanics
3. Thermodynamics Fundamentals
4. Exergy Analysis, Entropy Generation Minimization, and Constructal Theory
5. Heat-Transfer Fundamentals
6. Furnaces
7. Energy Auditing
8. Heat Exchangers, Vaporizers, Condensers
9. Heat Pipes
10. Air Heating
11. Cooling Electronic Equipment
12. Refrigeration
13. Cryogenic Systems
14. Indoor Environmental Control
15. Thermal Systems Optimization
16. Combustion 
17. Gaseous Fuels 
18. Liquid Fossil Fuels from Petroleum 
19. Coals, Lignite, Peat 
20. Solar Energy Applications 
21. Geothermal Resources and Technology: An Introduction 
22. Pumps, Fans, Blowers, and Compressors 
23. Nuclear Power 
24. Gas Turbines 
25. Wind Turbines 
26. Steam Turbines 
27. Internal Combustion Engines 
28. Fuel Cells 
29. Fluid Power Systems 
30. Air Pollution Control Technologies 
31. Water Pollution Control Technology 
The fourth volume of the Third Edition of the Mechanical Engineers’ Handbook comprises 32 chapters. The volume begins with a chapter on thermophysical properties of fluids, then covers fundamentals of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics (including a chapter on exergy and entropy generation minimization), heat transfer, combustion, and furnaces. Additional heat transfer topics in this volume include heat exchangers, heat pipes, air heating, and electronic equipment cooling. This volume includes chapters on both conventional energy sources– gaseous and liquid fuels, coal, and nuclear—and alternative energy sources—solar, geother mal, and fuel cells (in a chapter entirely new to the handbook). There are six chapters on power machinery: one on fans, blowers, compressors, and pumps; one each on gas, wind (in a chapter entirely new to the handbook), and steam turbines; one on internal combustion engines; and one on fluid power. Refrigeration and cryogenics are covered in two chapters. Four chapters deal with environmental issues: energy auditing, indoor environmental control, and air and water pollution control technologies. A chapter on thermal systems optimization rounds out this volume of the handbook.


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