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Design of Fluid Thermal Systems

Design of Fluid Thermal Systems Author William S. Janna
ISBN-10 9781305323247
Release 2014-02-21
Pages 768
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This book is designed to serve senior-level engineering students taking a capstone design course in fluid and thermal systems design. It is built from the ground up with the needs and interests of practicing engineers in mind; the emphasis is on practical applications. The book begins with a discussion of design methodology, including the process of bidding to obtain a project, and project management techniques. The text continues with an introductory overview of fluid thermal systems (a pump and pumping system, a household air conditioner, a baseboard heater, a water slide, and a vacuum cleaner are among the examples given), and a review of the properties of fluids and the equations of fluid mechanics. The text then offers an in-depth discussion of piping systems, including the economics of pipe size selection. Janna examines pumps (including net positive suction head considerations) and piping systems. He provides the reader with the ability to design an entire system for moving fluids that is efficient and cost-effective. Next, the book provides a review of basic heat transfer principles, and the analysis of heat exchangers, including double pipe, shell and tube, plate and frame cross flow heat exchangers. Design considerations for these exchangers are also discussed. The text concludes with a chapter of term projects that may be undertaken by teams of students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Design of Fluid Thermal Systems

Design of Fluid Thermal Systems Author William S. Janna
ISBN-10 9781285859651
Release 2014-02-21
Pages 768
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This book is designed to serve senior-level engineering students taking a capstone design course in fluid and thermal systems design. It is built from the ground up with the needs and interests of practicing engineers in mind; the emphasis is on practical applications. The book begins with a discussion of design methodology, including the process of bidding to obtain a project, and project management techniques. The text continues with an introductory overview of fluid thermal systems (a pump and pumping system, a household air conditioner, a baseboard heater, a water slide, and a vacuum cleaner are among the examples given), and a review of the properties of fluids and the equations of fluid mechanics. The text then offers an in-depth discussion of piping systems, including the economics of pipe size selection. Janna examines pumps (including net positive suction head considerations) and piping systems. He provides the reader with the ability to design an entire system for moving fluids that is efficient and cost-effective. Next, the book provides a review of basic heat transfer principles, and the analysis of heat exchangers, including double pipe, shell and tube, plate and frame cross flow heat exchangers. Design considerations for these exchangers are also discussed. The text concludes with a chapter of term projects that may be undertaken by teams of students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Design of Fluid Thermal Systems SI Version

Design of Fluid Thermal Systems   SI Version Author William Janna
ISBN-10 9780495667995
Release 2010-04-09
Pages 634
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This book is designed to serve senior-level engineering students taking a capstone design course in fluid and thermal systems design. It is built from the ground up with the needs and interests of practicing engineers in mind; the emphasis is on practical applications. The book begins with a discussion of design methodology, including the process of bidding to obtain a project, and project management techniques. The text continues with an introductory overview of fluid thermal systems (a pump and pumping system, a household air conditioner, a baseboard heater, a water slide, and a vacuum cleaner are among the examples given), and a review of the properties of fluids and the equations of fluid mechanics. The text then offers an in-depth discussion of piping systems, including the economics of pipe size selection. Janna examines pumps (including net positive suction head considerations) and piping systems. He provides the reader with the ability to design an entire system for moving fluids that is efficient and cost-effective. Next, the book provides a review of basic heat transfer principles, and the analysis of heat exchangers, including double pipe, shell and tube, plate and frame cross flow heat exchangers. Design considerations for these exchangers are also discussed. The text concludes with a chapter of term projects that may be undertaken by teams of students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Design of Fluid Thermal Systems SI Edition

Design of Fluid Thermal Systems  SI Edition Author William Janna
ISBN-10 9781305076075
Release 2014-04-25
Pages 768
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This book is designed to serve senior-level engineering students taking a capstone design course in fluid and thermal systems design. It is built from the ground up with the needs and interests of practicing engineers in mind; the emphasis is on practical applications. The book begins with a discussion of design methodology, including the process of bidding to obtain a project, and project management techniques. The text continues with an introductory overview of fluid thermal systems (a pump and pumping system, a household air conditioner, a baseboard heater, a water slide, and a vacuum cleaner are among the examples given), and a review of the properties of fluids and the equations of fluid mechanics. The text then offers an in-depth discussion of piping systems, including the economics of pipe size selection. Janna examines pumps (including net positive suction head considerations) and piping systems. He provides the reader with the ability to design an entire system for moving fluids that is efficient and cost-effective. Next, the book provides a review of basic heat transfer principles, and the analysis of heat exchangers, including double pipe, shell and tube, plate and frame cross flow heat exchangers. Design considerations for these exchangers are also discussed. The text concludes with a chapter of term projects that may be undertaken by teams of students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Design of Fluid Thermal Systems SI Version

Design of Fluid Thermal Systems   SI Version Author William S. Janna
ISBN-10 9781111809874
Release 2010-04-09
Pages 634
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This book is designed to serve senior-level engineering students taking a capstone design course in fluid and thermal systems design. It is built from the ground up with the needs and interests of practicing engineers in mind; the emphasis is on practical applications. The book begins with a discussion of design methodology, including the process of bidding to obtain a project, and project management techniques. The text continues with an introductory overview of fluid thermal systems (a pump and pumping system, a household air conditioner, a baseboard heater, a water slide, and a vacuum cleaner are among the examples given), and a review of the properties of fluids and the equations of fluid mechanics. The text then offers an in-depth discussion of piping systems, including the economics of pipe size selection. Janna examines pumps (including net positive suction head considerations) and piping systems. He provides the reader with the ability to design an entire system for moving fluids that is efficient and cost-effective. Next, the book provides a review of basic heat transfer principles, and the analysis of heat exchangers, including double pipe, shell and tube, plate and frame cross flow heat exchangers. Design considerations for these exchangers are also discussed. The text concludes with a chapter of term projects that may be undertaken by teams of students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Instructor s Guide and Solutions Manual to Accompany Design of Fluid Thermal Systems

Instructor s Guide and Solutions Manual to Accompany Design of Fluid Thermal Systems Author William S. Janna
ISBN-10 0534933742
Release 1993
Pages 178
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Design Of Thermal Systems 3e

Design Of Thermal Systems 3e Author Stoecker
ISBN-10 125900239X
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Design analysis of thermal systems

Design analysis of thermal systems Author R. F. Boehm
ISBN-10 UOM:39015012443597
Release 1987-02-19
Pages 266
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Here is the first book to introduce, at the senior-undergraduate and graduate levels, key aspects of the analysis of thermal systems appropriate for computer-aided design. Extensive examples and problems emphasize modelling and computer applications while synthesizing material on thermodynamics, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics. Features thorough coverage of second law analytical techniques, extensive material on numerical simulation and optimization, and an excellent description of cost analysis for thermal system design. Topics covered include the curvefitting of physical data, applications of the second law of thermodynamics, the concept and process of steady-state flowsheeting, the solving of n algebraic equations in n unknowns in both linear and nonlinear systems, the art of preliminary cost estimation, and techniques of optimization. Appendixes give dozens of project ideas and cover most of the introductory ideas found in an engineering economics text.



Thermal System Design and Simulation

Thermal System Design and Simulation Author P.L. Dhar
ISBN-10 9780128094303
Release 2016-10-25
Pages 620
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Thermal System Design and Simulation covers the fundamental analyses of thermal energy systems that enable users to effectively formulate their own simulation and optimal design procedures. This reference provides thorough guidance on how to formulate optimal design constraints and develop strategies to solve them with minimal computational effort. The book uniquely illustrates the methodology of combining information flow diagrams to simplify system simulation procedures needed in optimal design. It also includes a comprehensive presentation on dynamics of thermal systems and the control systems needed to ensure safe operation at varying loads. Designed to give readers the skills to develop their own customized software for simulating and designing thermal systems, this book is relevant for anyone interested in obtaining an advanced knowledge of thermal system analysis and design. Contains detailed models of simulation for equipment in the most commonly used thermal engineering systems Features illustrations for the methodology of using information flow diagrams to simplify system simulation procedures Includes comprehensive global case studies of simulation and optimization of thermal systems



Thermal Energy Systems

Thermal Energy Systems Author Steven G. Penoncello
ISBN-10 9781482246001
Release 2015-01-20
Pages 576
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Model a Thermal System without Lengthy Hand Calculations Before components are purchased and a thermal energy system is built, the effective engineer must first solve the equations representing the mathematical model of the system. Having a working mathematical model based on physics and equipment performance information is crucial to finding a system’s operating point. Thermal Energy Systems: Design and Analysis offers a fundamental working knowledge of the analysis and design of thermal-fluid energy systems, enabling users to effectively formulate, optimize, and test their own design projects. Providing an understanding of the basic concepts of simulation and optimization, and introducing simulation and optimization techniques that can be applied to a system model, this text covers the basic foundations of thermal-fluid system analysis and design. It addresses hydraulic systems, energy systems, system simulation, and system optimization. In addition, it incorporates both SI and English units, and builds current state-of-the-art computer modeling skills throughout the book. Topics covered include: Review of thermal engineering concepts Engineering economics principles Application of conservation and balance laws Review of fluid flow fundamentals Minor losses Series and parallel pipe networks Economic pipe diameter Pump performance and selection Cavitation Series and parallel pump systems The affinity laws for pumps Heat exchangers, LMTD, and e-NTU methods Regenerative HX, condensers, evaporators, and boilers Double-pipe heat exchangers Shell and tube heat exchangers Plate and frame heat exchangers Cross-flow heat exchangers Thermal energy system simulation Fitting component performance data Optimization using Lagrange multipliers Optimization using software Thermal Energy Systems: Design and Analysis covers the concepts and the skills needed to plan, model, create, test, and optimize thermal systems; and to use computer simulation software through its use of Engineering Equation Solver (EES).



Design and Simulation of Thermal Systems

Design and Simulation of Thermal Systems Author N. V. Suryanarayana
ISBN-10 007249798X
Release 2003
Pages 530
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This text is intended for mechanical engineering majors taking a thermal design course. It combines practical coverage of thermal/fluid components and systems, with review coverage of prerequisite thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Extensive case studies and practical examples show students how the thermal design is done, and the techniques used to simulate and optimize such designs. This title takes a modern approach, giving students exposure to the general design process, use of software tools for design analysis & simulation, and experimental methods. Report writing, economic factors, and ethical considerations are also discussed in the context of engineering practice.



Introduction to Thermo Fluids Systems Design

Introduction to Thermo Fluids Systems Design Author André Garcia McDonald
ISBN-10 9781118403167
Release 2012-08-23
Pages 448
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A fully comprehensive guide to thermal systems design covering fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, heat transfer and thermodynamic power cycles Bridging the gap between the fundamental concepts of fluid mechanics, heat transfer and thermodynamics, and the practical design of thermo-fluids components and systems, this textbook focuses on the design of internal fluid flow systems, coiled heat exchangers and performance analysis of power plant systems. The topics are arranged so that each builds upon the previous chapter to convey to the reader that topics are not stand-alone items during the design process, and that they all must come together to produce a successful design. Because the complete design or modification of modern equipment and systems requires knowledge of current industry practices, the authors highlight the use of manufacturer’s catalogs to select equipment, and practical examples are included throughout to give readers an exhaustive illustration of the fundamental aspects of the design process. Key Features: Demonstrates how industrial equipment and systems are designed, covering the underlying theory and practical application of thermo-fluid system design Practical rules-of-thumb are included in the text as ‘Practical Notes’ to underline their importance in current practice and provide additional information Includes an instructor’s manual hosted on the book’s companion website



Thermal Design and Optimization

Thermal Design and Optimization Author Adrian Bejan
ISBN-10 0471584673
Release 1996
Pages 542
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Th ermal Design and Optimization offers engineering students, practicing engineers, and technical managers a comprehensive and rigorous introduction to thermal system design and optimization from a distinctly contemporary perspective. Unlike traditional books that are largely oriented toward design analysis and components, this forward-thinking book aligns itself with an increasing number of active designers who believe that more effective, system-oriented design methods are needed. Thermal Design and Optimization offers a lucid presentation of thermodynamics, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics as they are applied to the design of thermal systems. This book broadens the scope of engineering design by placing a strong emphasis on engineering economics, system simulation, and optimization techniques. Opening with a concise review of fundamentals, it develops design methods within a framework of industrial applications that gradually increase in complexity. These applications include, among others, power generation by large and small systems, and cryogenic systems for the manufacturing, chemical, and food processing industries. This unique book draws on the best contemporary thinking about design and design methodology, including discussions of concurrent design and quality function deployment. Recent developments based on the second law of thermodynamics are also included, especially the use of exergy analysis, entropy generation minimization, and thermoeconomics. To demonstrate the application of important design principles introduced, a single case study involving the design of a cogeneration system is followed throughout the book. In addition, Thermal Design and Optimization is one of the best new sources available for meeting the recommendations of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology for more design emphasis in engineering curricula. Supported by extensive reference lists, end-of-chapter problem sets, and helpful appendices, this is a superb text for both the classroom and self-study, and for use in industrial design, development, and research. A detailed solutions manual is available from the publisher.



Elements of Thermal fluid System Design

Elements of Thermal fluid System Design Author Louis C. Burmeister
ISBN-10 0136602185
Release 1998
Pages 593
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Compact enough to leave ample time for design projects, it focuses on thermal-fluid systems (rather than on components of systems), and features a chapter-long example of a major design project with diverse features. Provides a compact presentation of design -- focusing on thermal-fluid systems -- to allow ample time to be devoted to a major design project. This book includes an introductory chapter on stimulating the design process, organizing and managing a design team, and reporting the design itself. Discusses important financial and economic concepts, reminding designers to keep an eye on component cost and financial considerations in their design.



Design and Optimization of Thermal Systems Second Edition

Design and Optimization of Thermal Systems  Second Edition Author Yogesh Jaluria
ISBN-10 1420019481
Release 2007-12-13
Pages 752
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Thermal systems play an increasingly symbiotic role alongside mechanical systems in varied applications spanning materials processing, energy conversion, pollution, aerospace, and automobiles. Responding to the need for a flexible, yet systematic approach to designing thermal systems across such diverse fields, Design and Optimization of Thermal Systems, Second Edition provides hands-on guidance needed to solve practical and progressively complex design problems. This bookoffers a thorough examination of basic concepts and procedures for conceptual design, formulation, modeling, simulation, feasible design, and optimization. The chapters encompass traditional as well as emerging techniques, featuring timely and compelling examples to demonstrate the range of potential problems and available solutions that readers may apply to their own needs. Maintaining its emphasis on mathematical modeling and simulation techniques, this revised edition offers extended coverage on manufacturability, material selection, and sensitivity. It includes new material on genetic and gradient search methods and highlights significant trends such as knowledge-based design methodology. This edition also updates and enhances its coverage of important economic, safety, security, and environmental aspects and considerations.



Developments in the Design of Thermal Systems

Developments in the Design of Thermal Systems Author Robert F. Boehm
ISBN-10 0521020050
Release 2005-09-15
Pages 308
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Reference for engineers in a wide variety of industries (including power plants and chemical plants) on design of thermal systems.



Thermal Energy Storage Analyses and Designs

Thermal Energy Storage Analyses and Designs Author Pei-Wen Li
ISBN-10 9780128092330
Release 2017-06-06
Pages 234
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Thermal Energy Storage Analyses and Designs considers the significance of thermal energy storage systems over other systems designed to handle large quantities of energy, comparing storage technologies and emphasizing the importance, advantages, practicalities, and operation of thermal energy storage for large quantities of energy production. Including chapters on thermal storage system configuration, operation, and delivery processes, in particular the flow distribution, flow arrangement, and control for the thermal charge and discharge processes for single or multiple thermal storage containers, the book is a useful reference for engineers who design, install, or maintain storage systems. Includes computer code for thermal storage analysis, including code flow charts Contains a database of material properties relevant to storage Provides example cases of input and output data for the code