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Fundamentals of the Finite point procedure for warmth and Mass move, moment version is a comprehensively up-to-date new version and is a special ebook at the software of the finite point solution to warmth and mass transfer.

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New York. Lewis RW, Nithiarasu P and Seetharamu KN (2004) Fundamentals of the Finite Element Method for Heat and Fluid Flow. , New York. Reddy JN (1993) An Introduction to Finite Element Method, 2nd Edition. McGraw-Hill, New York. Segerlind LJ (1984) Applied Finite Element Analysis, 2nd Edition. , New York. Shames IH (1982) Mechanics of Fluids. McGraw-Hill, Singapore. Zienkiewicz OC,Taylor RL and Nithiarasu P (2013) The Finite Element Method. Vol. 3. Fluid Dynamics, 7th Edition. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

3) results in TL − T0 . 7) where A is the area perpendicular to the direction of heat flow. The total heat flow is constant at any section perpendicular to the heat flow direction (conservation of energy). 1, we have the following heat balance equations at different nodes: At node 1 ( qA = k1 A T1 − T2 L1 ) . 8) 22 SOME BASIC DISCRETE SYSTEMS At node 2 ( k1 A At node 3 T1 − T2 L1 ( k2 A ( ) = k2 A T2 − T3 L2 T2 − T3 L2 ) . 10) where h is the heat transfer coefficient and Ta is the ambient temperature.

Appleton, New York. 1 Introduction Many engineering systems may be simplified by subdividing them into components or elements. These elements can readily be analyzed from first principles and, by assembling these together, the analysis of a full original system can be reconstructed. We refer to such systems as discrete systems. In a large number of situations a reasonably adequate model can be obtained using a finite number of well-defined components. This chapter discusses the application of such techniques for the formulation of certain heat and fluid flow problems.

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