A Textbook of Heat and Mass Transfer (Concise Edition)

A Textbook of Heat and Mass Transfer (Concise Edition)

Authors : Er. R K Rajput

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About the Author

Er. R K Rajput :-
He was born on 15 September, 1944 (coincident with Engineer's Day) is a multidisciplinary engineer. He obtained his Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering (with Hons., Gold Medal) from Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala. He is also a graduate engineer in Electrical Engineering. He has more than 40 years of experience in teaching different subjects of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering disciplines. He has published/ presented a large number of technical papaers. He is the author of several books on the important subjects of Mechanical as well as Electrical Engineering disciples. By dint of hard work and devotion to duty, he has earned the following awards and honours:

• Best Teacher (Academic) Award
• Distinguished Author Award
• Jawahar Lal Nehru Memorial Gold Medal for an outstanding research paper

About the Book

The new concise version of Fifth Edition of the book Heat and Mass Transfer. This edition has been thoroughly and meticulously revised in consonance with the latest syllabi of various Indian Technical Universities. 
This book will prove to be a boon to the students preparing for engineering undergraduate, AME, UPSC and other competitive examinations.

Key Features

• A large number of worked examples.
• Typical examples selected from various Indian Universities.
• Highlights, Objective type questions, theoretical questions and unsolved examples.

Table of Content

• Basic Concepts, Part-I: Heat Transfer by "Conduction" • "Conduction" Heat Transfer at Steady State- One Dimension • Conduction Heat Transfer at Steady State—Two Dimensions and three Dimension • Heat Conduction—Transient (Unsteady State), Part-II: Heat Transfer By "Convection" • Heat Transfer by "Forced Convection" • Heat Transfer by "Free Convection" • Boiling and Condensation • Heat Exchangers, Part-III : Heat Transfer by "Radiation" • Heat Transfer by Radiation, Part-IV: Mass Transfer • Mass Transfer • Multiple-Choice Questions Bank with Answer