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71 Tahir-Kheli, Raza General and Statistical Thermodynamics I06149 2012 eBook  
72 Olsson, Per Transport Phenomena in Newtonian Fluids - A Concise Primer I06046 2014 eBook  
73 Bonazza, Riccardo 29th International Symposium on Shock Waves 1 I05960 2015 eBook  
74 Kleinstreuer, Clement Modern Fluid Dynamics I05902 2010 eBook  
75 Wu, Jiang Quantum Dot Solar Cells I05803 2014 eBook  
76 Fuchs, Hans U The Dynamics of Heat I05714 2010 eBook  
77 Van Sciver, Steven W Helium Cryogenics I05711 2012 eBook  
78 Pavese, Franco Modern Gas-Based Temperature and Pressure Measurements I05701 2013 eBook  
79 Robinett III, Rush D Nonlinear Power Flow Control Design I05517 2011 eBook  
80 Maytal, Ben-Zion Miniature Joule-Thomson Cryocooling I05455 2013 eBook  
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TitleGeneral and Statistical Thermodynamics
Author(s)Tahir-Kheli, Raza
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012.
DescriptionXXIX, 677 p. 62 illus., 1 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NoteThis textbook explains completely the general and statistical thermodynamics. It begins with an introductory statistical mechanics course, deriving all the important formulae meticulously and explicitly, without mathematical short cuts. The main part of the book deals with the careful discussion of the concepts and laws of thermodynamics, van der Waals, Kelvin and Claudius theories, ideal and real gases, thermodynamic potentials, phonons and all the related aspects. To elucidate the concepts introduced and to provide practical problem solving support, numerous carefully worked examples are of great value for students. The text is clearly written and punctuated with many interesting anecdotes. This book is written as main textbook for upper undergraduate students attending a course on thermodynamics
ISBN,Price9783642214813
Keyword(s)1. COMPLEX SYSTEMS 2. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 6. Heat engineering 7. HEAT TRANSFER 8. MASS TRANSFER 9. Mathematical Methods in Physics 10. PHYSICS 11. STATISTICAL PHYSICS 12. Statistical Physics and Dynamical Systems 13. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleTransport Phenomena in Newtonian Fluids - A Concise Primer
Author(s)Olsson, Per
PublicationCham, Springer International Publishing, 2014.
DescriptionXI, 94 p. 16 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThis short primer provides a concise and tutorial-style introduction to transport phenomena in Newtonian fluids , in particular the transport of mass, energy and momentum. ?? The reader will find detailed derivations of the transport equations for these phenomena, as well as selected analytical solutions to the transport equations in some simple geometries. After a brief introduction to the basic mathematics used in the text, Chapter 2, which deals with momentum transport, presents a derivation of the Navier-Stokes-Duhem equation describing the basic flow in a Newtonian fluid. ??Also provided at this stage are the derivations of the Bernoulli equation, the pressure equation and the wave equation for sound waves. The boundary layer, turbulent flow and flow separation are briefly reviewed. Chapter 3, which addresses energy transport caused by thermal conduction and convection, examines a derivation of the heat transport equation. ??Finally, Chapter 4, which focuses on mass transport caused by diffusion and convection, discusses a derivation of the mass transport equation
ISBN,Price9783319013091
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Engineering Fluid Dynamics 4. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 5. FLUID MECHANICS 6. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 7. FLUIDS 8. Heat engineering 9. HEAT TRANSFER 10. MASS TRANSFER 11. THERMODYNAMICS
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Title29th International Symposium on Shock Waves 1 : Volume 1
Author(s)Bonazza, Riccardo;Ranjan, Devesh
PublicationCham, Springer International Publishing, 2015.
DescriptionXXXIV, 820 p. 637 illus., 388 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NoteThis proceedings present the results of the 29th International Symposium on Shock Waves (ISSW29) which was held in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A., from July 14 to July 19, 2013. It was organized by the Wisconsin Shock Tube Laboratory, which is part of the College of Engineering of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The ISSW29 focused on the following areas: Blast Waves, Chemically Reactive Flows, Detonation and Combustion, ??Facilities, Flow Visualization, Hypersonic Flow, Ignition, Impact and Compaction, Industrial Applications, Magnetohydrodynamics, Medical and Biological Applications, Nozzle Flow, Numerical Methods, Plasmas, Propulsion, Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability, Shock-Boundary Layer Interaction, Shock Propagation and Reflection, Shock Vortex Interaction, Shock Waves in Condensed Matter, Shock Waves in Multiphase Flow, as well as Shock Waves in Rarefield Flow. The two Volumes contain the papers presented at the symposium and serve as a reference for the participants of the ISSW 29 and individuals interested in these fields
ISBN,Price9783319168357
Keyword(s)1. Classical and Continuum Physics 2. Continuum physics 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. Engineering Fluid Dynamics 6. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 7. FLUID MECHANICS 8. Heat engineering 9. HEAT TRANSFER 10. MASS TRANSFER 11. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleModern Fluid Dynamics : Basic Theory and Selected Applications in Macro- and Micro-Fluidics
Author(s)Kleinstreuer, Clement
PublicationDordrecht, Springer Netherlands, 2010.
DescriptionXVIII, 620 p. 223 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThis textbook covers the essentials of traditional and modern fluid dynamics, i.e., the fundamentals of and basic applications in fluid mechanics and convection heat transfer with brief excursions into fluid-particle dynamics and solid mechanics. Specifically, the book can be used to enhance the knowledge base and skill level of engineering and physics students in macro-scale fluid mechanics (see Chapters I-V), followed by an introductory excursion into micro-scale fluid dynamics (see Chapters VI-X). Clearly, most of Chapters I-X could be taught in one course to honours-level seniors and first-year graduates. A Solutions Manual to the assigned book problems will be provided. This work evolved primarily out of industrial demands and post-graduate expectations, because a fine knowledge base in modern fluid dynamics is important, focusing on novel application areas such as microfluidics, mixture flows, fluid-structure interaction, biofluid dynamics, thermal flows, and fluid-particle transport. Building on courses in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and solid mechanics as prerequisites as well as on a junior-level math background, a differential approach is most insightful to teach the fundamentals in fluid mechanics, to explain traditional and modern applications on an intermediate level, and to provide sufficient physical insight to understand results, later on generated with useful CFD software. Pedagogical elements include a consistent 50/50 physics-mathematics approach when introducing new material, illustrating concepts, showing flow visualizations, and solving problems. The problem solution format strictly follows the pattern of system sketch, assumptions, and concept/approach???before starting the solution phase which consists of symbolic math model development (Appendix A), numerical solution, graphs, and comments on "physical insight". After some illustrative examples, most solved text examples have the same level of difficulty as suggested homework, quiz, test, and/or exam problems. The ultimate goals are that the more serious student can solve basic fluid dynamics problems independently, can provide physical insight, and can suggest, via a course project, system design improvements
ISBN,Price9781402086700
Keyword(s)1. Classical and Continuum Physics 2. Continuum physics 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. Engineering Fluid Dynamics 6. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 7. FLUID MECHANICS 8. Heat engineering 9. HEAT TRANSFER 10. MASS TRANSFER 11. NANOTECHNOLOGY 12. Nanotechnology and Microengineering 13. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleQuantum Dot Solar Cells
Author(s)Wu, Jiang;Wang, Zhiming M
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 2014.
DescriptionXIV, 387 p. 220 illus., 173 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NoteThe third generation of solar cells includes those based on semiconductor quantum dots. This sophisticated technology applies nanotechnology and quantum mechanics theory to enhance the performance of ordinary solar cells. Although a practical application of quantum dot solar cells has yet to be achieved, a large number of theoretical calculations and experimental studies have confirmed the potential for meeting the requirement for ultra-high conversion efficiency. In this book, high-profile scientists have contributed tutorial chapters that outline the methods used in and the results of various quantum dot solar cell designs, including quantum dot intermediate band solar cells, hot electron quantum dot solar cells, quantum-dot sensitized solar cells, colloidal quantum dot solar cells, hybrid polymer-quantum dot solar cells, and MEG quantum dot solar cells. Both theoretical and experimental approaches are described. Quantum Dot Solar Cells helps to connect the fundamental laws of physics and the chemistry of materials with advances in device design and performance. The book can be recommended for a broad audience of chemists, electrical engineers, and materials scientists, and is suitable for use in courses on materials and device design for advanced and future optoelectronics. Features comprehensive coverage of novel technologies for quantum dot solar cells Written by leading experts in the corresponding research areas Supplies the keys to understanding the latest technologies for third-generation solar cells Provides a foundation for future research in materials and optoelectronics for energy applications
ISBN,Price9781461481485
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Electronic materials 4. Energy Storage 5. ENERGY SYSTEMS 6. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 7. Heat engineering 8. HEAT TRANSFER 9. MASS TRANSFER 10. Nanoscale science 11. Nanoscale Science and Technology 12. NANOSCIENCE 13. Nanostructures 14. Optical and Electronic Materials 15. OPTICAL MATERIALS 16. QUANTUM OPTICS 17. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleThe Dynamics of Heat : A Unified Approach to Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
Author(s)Fuchs, Hans U
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 2010.
DescriptionXII, 734 p. 229 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteBased on courses for students of science, engineering, and systems science at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences at Winterthur, this text approaches the fundamentals of thermodynamics from the point of view of continuum physics. By describing physical processes in terms of the flow and balance of physical quantities, the author achieves a unified approach to hydraulics, electricity, mechanics and thermodynamics. In this way, it becomes clear that entropy is the fundamental property that is transported in thermal processes (i.e., heat), and that temperature is the corresponding potential. The resulting theory of the creation, flow, and balance of entropy provides the foundation of a dynamical theory of heat. This extensively revised and updated second edition includes new material on dynamical chemical processes, thermoelectricity, and explicit dynamical modeling of thermal and chemical processes. To make the book more useful for courses on thermodynamics and physical chemistry at different levels, coverage of topics is divided into introductory and more advanced and formal treatments. Previous knowledge of thermodynamics is not required, but the reader should be familiar with basic electricity, mechanics, and chemistry and should have some knowledge of elementary calculus. The special feature of the first edition ??? the integration of thermodynamics, heat transfer, and chemical processes ??? has been??maintained and strengthened. Key Features: Presents a unified approach to thermodynamics and heat transport in fundamental physical and chemical processes First revised edition of a successful text/reference in fourteen years More than 25 percent new material Provides worked examples, questions, and problem sets for use as a teaching text or for self testing Includes many system dynamics models of laboratory experiments
ISBN,Price9781441976048
Keyword(s)1. Classical and Continuum Physics 2. Continuum physics 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. ENERGY 6. Energy, general 7. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 8. Heat engineering 9. HEAT TRANSFER 10. MASS TRANSFER 11. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 12. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleHelium Cryogenics
Author(s)Van Sciver, Steven W
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 2012.
DescriptionXXIV, 470 p. 220 illus., 9 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NoteTwenty five years have elapsed since the original publication of Helium Cryogenics. During this time, a considerable amount of research and development involving helium fluids has been carried out culminating in several large-scale projects. Furthermore, the field has matured through these efforts so that there is now a broad engineering base to assist the development of future projects. Helium Cryogenics, 2nd edition brings these advances in helium cryogenics together in an updated form. As in the original edition, the author's approach is to survey the field of cryogenics with emphasis on helium fluids. This approach is more specialized and fundamental than that contained in other cryogenics books, which treat the associated range of cryogenic fluids. As a result, the level of treatment is more advanced and assumes a certain knowledge of fundamental engineering and physics principles, including some quantum mechanics. The goal throughout the work is to bridge the gap between the physics and engineering aspects of helium fluids to provide a source for engineers and scientists to enhance their usefulness in low-temperature systems. Dr. Van Sciver is a Distinguished Research Professor and John H. Gorrie Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Florida State University. He is also a Program Director at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL). Dr. Van?? Sciver joined the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and the NHMFL in 1991, initiating and teaching a graduate program in magnet and materials engineering and in cryogenic thermal sciences and heat transfer. He also led the NHMFL development efforts of the cryogenic systems for the NHMFL Hybrid and 900 MHz NMR superconducting magnets. Between 1997 and 2003, he served as Director of Magnet Science and Technology at the NHMFL. Dr. Van Sciver is a Fellow of the ASME and the Cryogenic Society of America and American Editor for the journal Cryogenics. He is the 2010 recipient of the Kurt Mendelssohn Award. Prior to joining Florida State University, Dr. Van Sciver was Research Scientist and then Professor of Nuclear Engineering, Engineering Physics and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1976 to 1991. During that time he also served as the Associate Director of the Applied Superconductivity Center. Dr. Van Sciver received his PhD in Low Temperature Physics from the University of Washington-Seattle in 1976. He received his BS degree in Engineering Physics from Lehigh University in 1970. Dr. Van Sciver is author of over 200 publications and patents in low temperature physics, liquid helium technology, cryogenic engineering and magnet technology. The first edition of Helium Cryogenics was published by Plenum Press (1986). The present work is an update and expansion of that original project
ISBN,Price9781441999795
Keyword(s)1. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 5. Heat engineering 6. HEAT TRANSFER 7. Industrial and Production Engineering 8. Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering 9. Industrial engineering 10. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS 11. LOW TEMPERATURES 12. MASS TRANSFER 13. Production engineering 14. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleModern Gas-Based Temperature and Pressure Measurements
Author(s)Pavese, Franco;Molinar Min Beciet, Gianfranco
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer US, 2013.
DescriptionXXVIII, 652 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis 2nd edition volume of Modern Gas-Based Temperature and Pressure Measurements follows the first publication in 1992. It collects a much larger set of information, reference data, and bibliography in temperature and pressure metrology of gaseous substances, including the physical-chemical issues related to gaseous substances. The book??provides solutions to practical applications where gases are used in different thermodynamic conditions. Modern Gas-Based Temperature and Pressure Measurements, 2nd edition is the only comprehensive survey of methods for pressure measurement in gaseous media used in the medium-to-low pressure range closely connected with thermometry. It assembles current information on thermometry and manometry that involve the use of gaseous substances which are likely to be valid methods for the future. As such, it is an important resource for the researcher. This edition is updated through the very latest scientific and technical developments of gas-based temperature and pressure measurements using thermometry and manometry, and brings all of the techniques together under one cover. This book fills the gap in international literature, as no other recently published book provides a comprehensive survey for gaseous media closely connected with thermometry. Updates in this new edition include revised appendices and new chapters on Mutual Recognition Agreement of the Comit?? International des Poids et Mesures and its main applications, and developments in the European Metrology Society
ISBN,Price9781441982827
Keyword(s)1. Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics 2. ATOMS 3. Classical and Continuum Physics 4. CONDENSED MATTER 5. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 6. Continuum physics 7. EBOOK 8. EBOOK - SPRINGER 9. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 10. Heat engineering 11. HEAT TRANSFER 12. MASS TRANSFER 13. Measurement Science and Instrumentation 14. Measurement?????? 15. PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS 16. PHYSICS 17. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleNonlinear Power Flow Control Design : Utilizing Exergy, Entropy, Static and Dynamic Stability, and Lyapunov Analysis
Author(s)Robinett III, Rush D;Wilson, David G
PublicationLondon, Springer London, 2011.
DescriptionXXXIV, 346 p. 260 illus., 147 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NoteNonlinear Powerflow Control Design presents an innovative control system design process motivated by renewable energy electric grid integration problems. The concepts developed result from the convergence of three research and development goals: ??? to create a unifying metric to compare the value of different energy sources ??? coal-burning power plant, wind turbines, solar photovoltaics, etc. ??? to be integrated into the electric power grid and to replace the typical metric of costs/profit; ??? to develop a new nonlinear control tool that applies power flow control, thermodynamics, and complex adaptive systems theory to the energy grid in a consistent way; and ??? to apply collective robotics theories to the creation of high-performance teams of people and key individuals in order to account for human factors in controlling and selling power into a distributed, decentralized electric power grid. All three of these goals have important concepts in common: exergy flow, limit cycles, and balance between competing power flows. In place of the typical zero-sum, stability vs. performance, linear controller design process, the authors propose a unique set of criteria to design controllers for a class of nonlinear systems with respect to both performance and stability, and seamlessly integrating information theoretic concepts. A combination of thermodynamics with Hamiltonian systems provides the theoretical foundation which is then realized in a series of connected case studies. It allows the process of control design to be viewed as a power flow control problem, balancing the power flowing into a system against that being dissipated within it and dependent on the power being stored in it ??? an interplay between kinetic and potential energies. Highlights of several of the case studies feature current renewable energy problems such as the future of electric power grid control, wind turbine load alleviation, and novel control designs for micro-grids that incorporate wind and sunlight as renewable energy sources. The sustainability of self-organizing systems are dealt with as advanced topics. Research scientists, practicing engineers, engineering students, and others with a background in engineering will be able to develop and apply this methodology to their particular problems
ISBN,Price9780857298232
Keyword(s)1. Communications Engineering, Networks 2. COMPLEXITY 3. COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY 4. Control engineering 5. Control, Robotics, Mechatronics 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 9. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 10. Heat engineering 11. HEAT TRANSFER 12. MASS TRANSFER 13. Mechatronics 14. POWER ELECTRONICS 15. Power Electronics, Electrical Machines and Networks 16. Renewable and Green Energy 17. Renewable energy resources 18. ROBOTICS 19. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleMiniature Joule-Thomson Cryocooling : Principles and Practice
Author(s)Maytal, Ben-Zion;Pfotenhauer, John M
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 2013.
DescriptionXXXVIII, 382 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis book is the first in English being entirely dedicated to Miniature Joule-Thomson Cryocooling. The category of Joule-Thomson (JT) cryocoolers takes us back to the roots of cryogenics, in 1895, with figures like Linde and Hampson. The "cold finger" of these cryocoolers is compact, lacks moving parts, and sustains a large heat flux extraction at a steady temperature. Potentially, they cool down unbeatably fast. For example, cooling to below 100 K (minus 173 Celsius) might be accomplished within only a few seconds by liquefying argon. A level of about 120 K can be reached almost instantly with krypton. Indeed, the species of coolant plays a central role dictating the size, the intensity and the level of cryocooling. It is the JT effect that drives these cryocoolers and reflects the deviation of the "real" gas from the ideal gas properties. The nine chapters of the book are arranged in five parts. ??? The Common Principle of Cyrocoolers shared across the broad variety of cryocooler types ??? Theoretical Aspects: the JT effect and its inversion, cooling potential of coolants, the liquefaction process, sizing of heat exchangers, level of pressurization, discharge of pressure vessels ??? Practical Aspects: modes of operation (fast cooldown, continuous, multi-staging, hybrid cryocoolers), pressure sources, configuration, construction and technologies, flow adjustment, MEMS, open and closed cycle, cooldown process and similarity, transient behavior ??? Mixed Coolant cryocooling: theory, practice and applications ??? Special Topics: real gas choked flow rates, gas purity, clog formation, optimal fixed orifice, modeling, cryosurgical devices, warming by the inverse JT effect The theoretical aspects may be of interest not only to those working with cryocoolers but also for others with a general interest in "real" gas thermodynamics, such as, for example, the inversion of the JT effect in its differential and integral forms, and the exceptional behavior of the quantum gases. A detailed list of references for each chapter comprises a broad literature survey. It consists of more than 1,200 relevant publications and 450 related patents. The systematically organized content, arranged under a thorough hierarchy of headings, supported by 227 figures and 41 tables, and accompanied by various chronological notes of evolution, enables??a pleasant reading experience. Dr. Ben-Zion Maytal is a Senior Researcher at Rafael-Advanced Defense Systems, Ltd., and an Adjunct Senior Teaching Fellow at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel. Prof. John M. Pfotenhauer holds a joint appointment in the Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin - Madison
ISBN,Price9781441982858
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 4. Heat engineering 5. HEAT TRANSFER 6. MASS TRANSFER 7. NANOTECHNOLOGY 8. Nanotechnology and Microengineering 9. THERMODYNAMICS
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