New developments in heat exchangers /
edited by Naim Afgan ... [et al.].
Amsterdam : Gordon and Breach, c1996.
viii, 681 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
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Amsterdam : Gordon and Breach, c1996.
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General -- Enhancement in single phase flow -- Condensers (including feedwater heaters) -- Heat pipes and porous media -- Plate type exchangers -- Shell and tube heat exchangers -- Crossflow heat exchangers -- Dynamic systems -- Miscellaneous -- Electronics cooling.
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"Selected papers presented at a seminar entitled 'New Developments in Heat Exchangers,' held in Lisbon, Portugal, September 6-9, 1993 and sponsored by the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer"--Pref..
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Examines recent research results on integrated intelligent systems for engineering design based on distributed artificial intelligence (DAI), computer-integrated manufacturing systems (CIMS), and intelligent computer-aided design systems (ICAD). Presents both theory fundamentals and implementation technology, as well as industrial applications. Introduces a new problem-solving strategy for engineering design and its implementation based on integrated distributed artificial intelligence technology in detail. Explores six application case studies, including missile system design, mechanical transmission design, process control system design, and chemical process design.
Table of Contents
Enhancement in Single Phase Flow
Condensers (Including Feedwater Heaters)
Heat Pipes and Porous Media
Plate Type Exchangers
Shell and Heat Tube Exchangers
Crossflow Heat Exchangers
Dynamic Systems
Electronics Cooling
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