02272nam 2200433 a 4500001001200000003000700012006001900019007001500038008004100053010001700094020002600111020002300137035002500160035002200185040003000207050002400237082002300261100001800284245008700302260008700389300005800476490005600534490003600590490002700626504005100653506007200704520057600776530002901352538003601381588008201417650003701499655002201536710002301558776006501581830002801646830003701674830005301711856007401764p1567002218Begellm e d cr bn||||m|||a120910s2005 ctua fob 001 0 eng d z 2005018021 z9781567002218 (print) z1567002218 (print) a(CaBNVSL)thg00905508 a(OCoLC)0813237766 aCaBNVSLcCaBNVSLdCaBNVSL 4aTJ260b.S535 2005eb04a621.402/2/01512221 aShukla, K. N.10aMathematical principles of heat transferh[electronic resource] /cby K.N. Shukla. aRedding, Conn. :bBegell House, Inc. (50 Cross Highway, Redding, CT 06896),c2005. a1 electronic text (vi, 310 p.) :bill., digital file.1 aSeries in thermal and fluid physics and engineering1 aEngineering research collection1 aBegell digital library aIncludes bibliographical references and index. aRestricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers.3 aThis book presents an investigative account of Mathematical Principles of Heat Transfer. It is concerned with three aspects of heat transfer analysis: theoretical development of conservation equations, analytical and numerical techniques of the solution, and the physical processes involved in the three basic modes of heat transfer, namely conduction, convection, and radiation. A concept of mathematical modeling is developed through the use of differential equations. In doing so, the well-posed boundary value problems are constructed and the solutions are attempted. aAlso available in print. aMode of access: World Wide Web. aTitle from PDF title page (Begell House Web site, viewed September 10, 2012). 0aHeatxTransmissionxMathematics. 0aElectronic books.2 aBegell House, Inc.08iPrint version:w(DLC) 2005018021z1567002218z9781567002218 0aBegell digital library. 0aEngineering research collection. 0aSeries in thermal & fluid physics & engineering.403Begell Houseuhttp://dl.begellhouse.com/ebooks/b4f54d35e2dc24988.html