E-BOOK
Title Biological and bioenvironmental heat and mass transfer / Ashim K. Datta.
Imprint New York : Marcel Dekker, ©2002.

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Description 1 online resource (xxxi, 383 pages) : illustrations
Series ENVIROnetBASE.
BIOSCIENCEnetBASE.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Subject Biomedical engineering.
Heat -- Transmission.
Mass transfer.
Energy Transfer.
Biomedical Engineering.
Kinetics.
Thermodynamics.
Contents ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; CONTENTS; LIST OF SYMBOLS; Part I Energy Transfer; EQUILIBRIUM, ENERGY CONSERVATION, AND TEMPERATURE; MODES OF HEAT TRANSFER; GOVERNING EQUATION AND BOUNDARY CONDITIONS OF HEAT TRANSFER; CONDUCTION HEAT TRANSFER: STEADY-STATE; CONDUCTION HEAT TRANSFER: UNSTEADY STATE; CONVECTION HEAT TRANSFER; HEAT TRANSFER WITH CHANGE OF PHASE; RADIATIVE ENERGY TRANSFER; Part II Mass Transfer; EQUILIBRIUM, MASS CONSERVATION, AND KINETICS; MODES OF MASS TRANSFER; GOVERNING EQUATIONS AND BOUNDARY CONDITIONS OF MASS TRANSFER; DIFFUSION MASS TRANSFER: STEADY STATE.
DIFFUSION MASS TRANSFER: UNSTEADY-STATECONVECTION MASS TRANSFER; Part III APPENDIX; SUMMARY AND ANALOGIES BETWEEN HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER; PHYSICAL CONSTANTS, UNIT CONVERSIONS, AND MATHEMATICAL FUNCTIONS; HEAT TRANSFER AND RELATED PROPERTIES; MASS TRANSFER PROPERTIES; MISCELLANEOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DATA; EQUATIONS OF MOTION IN VARIOUS COORDINATE SYSTEMS; SOME USEFUL MATHEMATICAL BACKGROUND; INDEX.
Summary Providing a foundation in heat and mass transport, this book covers engineering principles of heat and mass transfer. The author discusses biological content, context, and parameter regimes and supplies practical applications for biological and biomedical engineering, industrial food processing, environmental control, and waste management. The book contains end-of-chapter problems and sections highlighting key concepts and important terminology It offers cross-references for easy access to related areas and relevant formulas, as well as detailed examples of transport phenomena, and description.
Other Title Print version: Datta, Ashim K. Biological and bioenvironmental heat and mass transfer. New York : Marcel Dekker, ©2002