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- James Hartnett, University of Illinois, Chicago, U.S.A.
- Thomas Irvine, State University of New York at Stonybrook, U.S.A.
- Young Cho, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
- George Greene, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York, U.S.A.
- Hiroshi Taniguchi, Hokkaido University, Japan
- Wen-Jei Yang, University of Michigan
- Kazuhiko Kudo, Hokkaido University
Researchers and graduate students in mechanical, civil, and chemical engineering.
Advances in Heat Transfer
Hardbound, 215 pages
Published: October 1995
Imprint: Academic Press
This book is wholeheartedly recommended to the researcher, and to the student who wishes to commence work in a particular field.
--JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL WORKING TECHNOLOGY
The articles, which serve as a broad review forexperts in the field, will also be of great interest to non-specialists with only a general knowledge of the field who need to know the results of the latest research.
- Principles of Radiation: Thermal Radiation. Radiation Heat Transfer. Principles of Monte Carlo Methods: Formulation. Methods of Solution. Special Treatises. Applications of the Monte Carlo Method: Two-Dimensional Systems. Some Industrial Applications. References Applications on Disk. List of Variables in Computer Programs. Author Index. Subject Index.