This Second Edition of Handbook of Numerical Heat Transfer covers the basic equations for numerical method calculations regarding heat transfer problems and applies these to problems encountered in aerospace, nuclear power, chemical processes, electronic packaging, and other related areas of mechanical engineering. As with the first edition, this complete revision presents comprehensive but accessible coverage of the necessary formulations, numerical schemes, and innovative solution techniques for solving problems of heat and mass transfer and related fluid flows.
Featuring contributions from some of the most prominent authorities in the field, articles are grouped by major sets of methods and functions, with the text describing new and improved, as well as standard, procedures. Handbook of Numerical Heat Transfer, Second Edition includes:
- Updated coverage of parabolic systems, hyperbolic systems, integral–and integro–differential systems, Monte Carlo and perturbation methods, and inverse problems
- Usable computer programs that allow quick applications to aerospace, chemical, nuclear, and electronic packaging industries
- User–friendly nomenclature listings include all the symbols used in each chapter so that chapter–specific symbols are readily available
List of Contributors.
Part One. Fundamentals.
1. SURVEY OF NUMERICAL METHODS (J.Y. Murthy, W.J. Minkowycz, E.M. Sparrow and S.R. Mathur).
2. FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD (R.H. Pletcher).
3. FINITE–ELEMENT METHOD (J.C. Heinrich).
4. BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD (A.J. Kassab, L.C. Wrobel, R. Bialecki and E. Divo).
5. LARGE EDDY SIMULATION OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSPORT IN TURBULENT FLOWS (F. A. Jaberi, C.K. Madnia and P. Givi).
6. CONTROL–VOLUME–BASED FINITE DIFFERENCE AND FINITE ELEMENT METHODS (B.R. Baliga and N. Atabaki).
7. MESHLESS METHODS (D.W. Pepper).
8. MONTE CARLO METHODS (A. Haji–Sheikh and J.R. Howell).
9. DISCRETE–ORDINATES AND FINITE–VOLUME METHODS FOR RADIATIVE HEAT TRANSFER (lC. Chai and S.V. Patankar).
10. PRESSURE–BASED ALGORITHMS FOR SINGLE AND MULTI FLUID FLOW (F. Moukalled and M. Darwish).
11. NUMERICAL MODELING OF HEAT TRANSFER IN WALL–ADJACENT TURBULENT FLOWS (T.J. Craft, S.E. Gant, A.V. Gerasimov, H. Iacovides and B.E. Launder).
12. SYNTHESIS OF MODELS FOR TURBULENT TRANSPORT THROUGH POROUS MEDIA (K. Vafai, K. Khanafer, W.J. Minkowycz and A. Bejan).
13. VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION OF COMPUTATIONAL HEAT TRANSFER (D. Pelletier and P.J. Roache).
14. SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS AND UNCERTAINTY PROPAGATION OF COMPUTATIONAL MODELS (B.F. Blackwell and K.J. Dowding).
15. COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY, GRID GENERATION AND ADAPTIVE GRIDS (G.F. Carey).
16. HYBRID METHODS AND SYMBOLIC COMPUTATIONS (R.M. Cotta and M.D. Mikhailov).
Part Two. Applications.
17. INVERSE PROBLEMS IN HEAT TRANSFER (N. Zabaras).
18. MOVING BOUNDARY PROBLEMS (W. Shyy).
19. NUMERICAL METHODS FOR PHASE–CHANGE PROBLEMS (V.R. Voller).
20. COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES FOR MICROSCALE HEAT TRANSFER (R.D.Y. Tzou).
21. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS METHOD FOR MICRO/NANO SYSTEMS (S. Maruyama).
22. EULERIAN–LAGRANGIAN SIMULATIONS OF PARTICLE/DROPLET–LADEN TURBULENT FLOWS (F. Mashayek and W.J. Minkowycz).
23. NUMERICAL MODELING OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES (Y. Jaluria).
24. COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN MATERIALS PROCESSING (R. Pitchumani).
25. THERMAL MODELING OF TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES: A CASE STUDY OF DATA CENTERS (J. Rambo and Y. Joshi).
26. NUMERICAL BIO–HEAT TRANSFER (B. Rubinsky).
27. HIGH–PERFORMANCE COMPUTING FOR FLUID FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER (D.W. Pepper and J.M. Lombardo).
28. OVERVIEW OF NUMERICAL METHODS AND RECOMMENDATIONS (S.R. Mathur, W.J. Minkowycz, E.M. Sparrow and IY. Murthy).
E. M. SPARROW is in the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Minnesota, where he has taught and researched since 1959. Professor Sparrow is a Max Jakob awardee, a member of the National Academy of Engineering, and holds the ranks of Morse Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor and Institute Professor.
J. Y. MURTHY is currently Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University and has worked in both academia and industry in the area of computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer. Her particular interests lie in the development of general purpose, unstructured solution–adaptive mesh methods for problems of industrial relevance, and more recently, in the numerical simulation of sub–micron thermal transport. Professor Murthy serves on the editorial advisory board of Numerical Heat Transfer, and is an active member of the ASME.