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 Gaskell, David R., 1940 author.
 Sixth edition  Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2018]
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 Book — 1 online resource (xix, 693 pages) :
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 I Thermodynamic Principles
 1 Introduction and Definition of Terms
 2 The First Law of Thermodynamics
 3 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
 4 The Statistical Interpretation of Entropy
 5 The Fundamental Equations and Their Relationships
 6 Heat Capacity, Enthalpy, Entropy, and the Third Law of Thermodynamics
 II Phase Equilibria
 7 Phase Equilibrium in a OneComponent System
 8 The Behavior of Gases
 9 The Behavior of Solutions
 10 Gibbs Free Energy Composition and Phase Diagrams of Binary Systems
 III. Reactions and Transformations of Phases
 11 Reactions Involving Gases
 12 Reactions Involving Pure Condensed Phases and a Gaseous Phase
 13 Reaction Equilibria in Systems Containing Components in Condensed Solution
 14 Electrochemistry
 15 Thermodynamics and Phase Transformations
 Appendices
 A. Selected Thermodynamic and Thermochemical Data
 B. Exact Differential Equations
 C. The Generation of Additional Thermodynamic Potentials as Legendre Transformations
 Nomenclature
 Answers
 Index.
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 Gaskell, David R., 1940
 2nd ed.  [New York, N.Y.] (222 East 46th Street, New York, NY 10017) : Momentum Press, 2012.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (1 online resource (xx, 663 pages))
 Summary

 List of symbols.
 1. Engineering units and pressure in static fluids
 1.1 Origins of engineering units
 1.2 Concept of pressure
 1.3 Measurement of pressure
 1.4 Pressure in incompressible fluids
 1.5 Buoyancy
 1.6 Summary
 Problems.
 2. Momentum transport and laminar flow of Newtonian fluids
 2.1 Introduction
 2.2 Newton's lax of viscosity
 2.3 Conservation of momentum in steadystate flow
 2.4 Fluid flow between two flat parallel plates
 2.5 Fluid flow down in inclined plane
 2.6 Fluid flow in a vertical cylindrical tube
 2.7 Capillary flowmeter
 2.8 Fluid flow in an annulus
 2.9 Mean residence time
 2.10 Calculation of viscosity from the kinetic theory of gases
 2.11 Viscosities of liquid metals
 2.12 Summary
 Problems.
 3. Equations of continuity and conservation of momentum and fluid flow past submerged objects
 3.1 Introduction
 3.2 Equation of continuity
 3.3 Conservation of momentum
 3.4 NavierStokes equation for fluids of constant density and viscosity
 3.5 Fluid flow over a horizontal flat plane
 3.6 Approximate integral method in obtaining boundary layer thickness
 3.7 Creeping flow past a sphere
 3.8 Summary
 Problems.
 4. Turbulent flow
 4.1 Introduction
 4.2 Graphical representation of fluid flow
 4.3 Friction factor and turbulent flow in cylindrical pipes
 4.4 Flow over a flat plate
 4.5 Flow past a submerged sphere
 4.6 Flow past a submerged cylinder
 4.7 Flow through packed beds
 4.8 Fluidized beds
 4.9 Summary
 Problems.
 5. Mechanical energy balance and its application to fluid flow
 5.1 Introduction
 5.2 Bernoulli's equation
 5.3 Friction loss, Ef
 5.4 Influence of bends, fittings, and changes in the pipe radius
 5.5 Concept of head
 5.6 Fluid flow in an open channel
 5.7 Drainage from a vessel
 5.8 Emptying a vessel by discharge through an orifice
 5.9 Drainage of a vessel using a drainage tube
 5.10 Emptying a vessel by drainage through a drainage tube
 5.11 Bernoulli equation for flow of compressible fluids
 5.12 Pilot tube
 5.13 Orifice plate
 5.14 Summary
 Problems.
 6. Transport of heat by conduction
 6.1 Introduction
 6.2 Fourier's law and Newton's law
 6.3 Conduction
 6.4 Conduction in heat sources
 6.5 Thermal conductivity and the kinetic theory of gases
 6.6 General heat conduction equation
 6.7 Conduction of heat at steady state in two dimensions
 6.8 Summary
 Problems.
 7. Transport of heat by convection
 7.1 Introduction
 7.2 Heat transfer by forced convection from a horizontal flat plate at a uniform constant temperature
 7.3 Heat transfer from a horizontal flat plate with uniform heat flux along the plate
 7.4 Heat transfer during fluid flow in cylindrical pipes
 7.5 Energy balance in heat transfer by convection between a cylindrical pipe and a flowing fluid
 7.6 Heat transfer by forced convection from horizontal cylinders
 7.7 Heat transfer by forced convection from a sphere
 7.8 General energy equation
 7.9 Heat transfer from a vertical plate by natural convection
 7.10 Heat transfer from cylinders by natural convection
 7.11 Summary
 Problems.
 8. Transient heat flow
 8.1 Introduction
 8.2 Lumped capacitance method; Newtonian cooling
 8.3 NonNewtonian cooling in semiinfinite systems
 8.4 NonNewtonian cooling in a onedimensional finite systems
 8.5 NonNewtonian cooling in a twodimensional finite systems
 8.6 Solidification of metal castings
 8.7 Summary
 Problems.
 9. Heat transport by thermal radiation
 9.1 Introduction
 9.2 Intensity and emissive power
 9.3 Blackbody radiation
 9.4 Emissivity
 9.5 Absorptivity, reflectivity, and transmissivity
 9.6 Kirchhoff's law and the Hohlraum
 9.7 Radiation exchange between surfaces
 9.8 Radiation exchange between blackbodies
 9.9 Radiation exchange between diffusegray surfaces
 9.10 Electric analogy
 9.11 Radiation shields
 9.12 Reradiating surface
 9.13 Heat transfer from a surface by convection and radiation
 9.14 Summary
 Problems.
 10. Mass transport by diffusion in the solid state
 10.1 Introduction
 10.2 Atomic diffusion as a randomwalk process
 10.3 Fick 's first law of diffusion
 10.4 Onedimensional nonsteadystate diffusion in a solid; Fick's second law of diffusion
 10.5 Infinite diffusion couple
 10.6 Onedimensional diffusion in a semiinfinite system involving a change of phase
 10.7 Steadystate diffusion through a composite wall
 10.8 Diffusion in substitutional solid solutions
 10.9 Darken's analysis
 10.10 Selfdiffusion coefficient
 10.11 Measurement of the interdifussion coefficient: BoltzmannMatano analysis
 10.12 Influence of temperature on the diffusion coefficient
 10.13 Summary
 Problems.
 11. Mass transport in fluids
 11.1 Introduction
 11.2 Mass and molar fluxes in a fluid
 11.3 Equations of diffusion with convection in a binary mixture AB
 11.4 Onedimensional transport in a binary mixture of ideal gases
 11.5 Equimolar counterdiffusion
 11.6 Onedimensional steadystate diffusion of gas A through stationary gas B
 11.7 Sublimation of a sphere into a stationary gas
 11.8 Film model
 11.9 Catalytic surface reactions
 11.10 Diffusion and chemical reaction in stagnant film
 11.11 Mass transfer at large fluxes and large concentrations
 11.12 Influence of mass transport on heat transfer in stagnant film
 11.13 Diffusion into a falling film of liquid
 11.14 Diffusion and the kinetic theory of gases
 11.15 Mass transfer coefficient and concentration boundary layer on a flat plate
 11.16 Approximate integral method
 11.17 Mass transfer by free convection
 11.18 Simultaneous heat and mass transfer: evaporate cooling
 11.19 Chemical reaction and mass transfer: mixed control
 11.20 Dissolution of pure metal A in liquid B: mixed control
 11.21 Summary
 Problems.
 12. Condensation and boiling
 12.1 Introduction
 12.2 Dimensionless parameters in boiling and condensation
 12.3 Modes of boiling
 12.4 Pool boiling correlations
 12.5 Summary
 Problems.
 Appendix A. Elementary and derived SI units and symbols
 Appendix B. Prefixes and symbols for multiples and submultiples of SI units
 Appendix C. Conversion from British and U.S. units to SI units
 Appendix D. Properties of solid metals
 Appendix E. Properties of nonmetallic solids
 Appendix F. Properties of gases at 1 Atm pressure
 Appendix G. Properties of saturated liquids
 Appendix H. Properties of liquid metals
 Recommended readings
 Answers to problems
 Index.
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 Gaskell, David R., 1940
 2nd ed.  [New York, N.Y.] (222 East 46th Street, New York, NY 10017) : Momentum Press, 2012.
 Description
 Book — 1 electronic text (xx, 663 p.) : digital file.
 Summary

 List of symbols 
 1. Engineering units and pressure in static fluids
 1.1 Origins of engineering units
 1.2 Concept of pressure
 1.3 Measurement of pressure
 1.4 Pressure in incompressible fluids
 1.5 Buoyancy
 1.6 Summary
 Problems 
 2. Momentum transport and laminar flow of Newtonian fluids
 2.1 Introduction
 2.2 Newton's lax of viscosity
 2.3 Conservation of momentum in steadystate flow
 2.4 Fluid flow between two flat parallel plates
 2.5 Fluid flow down in inclined plane
 2.6 Fluid flow in a vertical cylindrical tube
 2.7 Capillary flowmeter
 2.8 Fluid flow in an annulus
 2.9 Mean residence time
 2.10 Calculation of viscosity from the kinetic theory of gases
 2.11 Viscosities of liquid metals
 2.12 Summary
 Problems 
 3. Equations of continuity and conservation of momentum and fluid flow past submerged objects
 3.1 Introduction
 3.2 Equation of continuity
 3.3 Conservation of momentum
 3.4 NavierStokes equation for fluids of constant density and viscosity
 3.5 Fluid flow over a horizontal flat plane
 3.6 Approximate integral method in obtaining boundary layer thickness
 3.7 Creeping flow past a sphere
 3.8 Summary
 Problems 
 4. Turbulent flow
 4.1 Introduction
 4.2 Graphical representation of fluid flow
 4.3 Friction factor and turbulent flow in cylindrical pipes
 4.4 Flow over a flat plate
 4.5 Flow past a submerged sphere
 4.6 Flow past a submerged cylinder
 4.7 Flow through packed beds
 4.8 Fluidized beds
 4.9 Summary
 Problems 
 5. Mechanical energy balance and its application to fluid flow
 5.1 Introduction
 5.2 Bernoulli's equation
 5.3 Friction loss, Ef
 5.4 Influence of bends, fittings, and changes in the pipe radius
 5.5 Concept of head
 5.6 Fluid flow in an open channel
 5.7 Drainage from a vessel
 5.8 Emptying a vessel by discharge through an orifice
 5.9 Drainage of a vessel using a drainage tube
 5.10 Emptying a vessel by drainage through a drainage tube
 5.11 Bernoulli equation for flow of compressible fluids
 5.12 Pilot tube
 5.13 Orifice plate
 5.14 Summary
 Problems 
 6. Transport of heat by conduction
 6.1 Introduction
 6.2 Fourier's law and Newton's law
 6.3 Conduction
 6.4 Conduction in heat sources
 6.5 Thermal conductivity and the kinetic theory of gases
 6.6 General heat conduction equation
 6.7 Conduction of heat at steady state in two dimensions
 6.8 Summary
 Problems 
 7. Transport of heat by convection
 7.1 Introduction
 7.2 Heat transfer by forced convection from a horizontal flat plate at a uniform constant temperature
 7.3 Heat transfer from a horizontal flat plate with uniform heat flux along the plate
 7.4 Heat transfer during fluid flow in cylindrical pipes
 7.5 Energy balance in heat transfer by convection between a cylindrical pipe and a flowing fluid
 7.6 Heat transfer by forced convection from horizontal cylinders
 7.7 Heat transfer by forced convection from a sphere
 7.8 General energy equation
 7.9 Heat transfer from a vertical plate by natural convection
 7.10 Heat transfer from cylinders by natural convection
 7.11 Summary
 Problems 
 8. Transient heat flow
 8.1 Introduction
 8.2 Lumped capacitance method; Newtonian cooling
 8.3 NonNewtonian cooling in semiinfinite systems
 8.4 NonNewtonian cooling in a onedimensional finite systems
 8.5 NonNewtonian cooling in a twodimensional finite systems
 8.6 Solidification of metal castings
 8.7 Summary
 Problems 
 9. Heat transport by thermal radiation
 9.1 Introduction
 9.2 Intensity and emissive power
 9.3 Blackbody radiation
 9.4 Emissivity
 9.5 Absorptivity, reflectivity, and transmissivity
 9.6 Kirchhoff's law and the Hohlraum
 9.7 Radiation exchange between surfaces
 9.8 Radiation exchange between blackbodies
 9.9 Radiation exchange between diffusegray surfaces
 9.10 Electric analogy
 9.11 Radiation shields
 9.12 Reradiating surface
 9.13 Heat transfer from a surface by convection and radiation
 9.14 Summary
 Problems 
 10. Mass transport by diffusion in the solid state
 10.1 Introduction
 10.2 Atomic diffusion as a randomwalk process
 10.3 Fick 's first law of diffusion
 10.4 Onedimensional nonsteadystate diffusion in a solid; Fick's second law of diffusion
 10.5 Infinite diffusion couple
 10.6 Onedimensional diffusion in a semiinfinite system involving a change of phase
 10.7 Steadystate diffusion through a composite wall
 10.8 Diffusion in substitutional solid solutions
 10.9 Darken's analysis
 10.10 Selfdiffusion coefficient
 10.11 Measurement of the interdifussion coefficient: BoltzmannMatano analysis
 10.12 Influence of temperature on the diffusion coefficient
 10.13 Summary
 Problems 
 11. Mass transport in fluids
 11.1 Introduction
 11.2 Mass and molar fluxes in a fluid
 11.3 Equations of diffusion with convection in a binary mixture AB
 11.4 Onedimensional transport in a binary mixture of ideal gases
 11.5 Equimolar counterdiffusion
 11.6 Onedimensional steadystate diffusion of gas A through stationary gas B
 11.7 Sublimation of a sphere into a stationary gas
 11.8 Film model
 11.9 Catalytic surface reactions
 11.10 Diffusion and chemical reaction in stagnant film
 11.11 Mass transfer at large fluxes and large concentrations
 11.12 Influence of mass transport on heat transfer in stagnant film
 11.13 Diffusion into a falling film of liquid
 11.14 Diffusion and the kinetic theory of gases
 11.15 Mass transfer coefficient and concentration boundary layer on a flat plate
 11.16 Approximate integral method
 11.17 Mass transfer by free convection
 11.18 Simultaneous heat and mass transfer: evaporate cooling
 11.19 Chemical reaction and mass transfer: mixed control
 11.20 Dissolution of pure metal A in liquid B: mixed control
 11.21 Summary
 Problems 
 12. Condensation and boiling
 12.1 Introduction
 12.2 Dimensionless parameters in boiling and condensation
 12.3 Modes of boiling
 12.4 Pool boiling correlations
 12.5 Summary
 Problems 
 Appendix A. Elementary and derived SI units and symbols
 Appendix B. Prefixes and symbols for multiples and submultiples of SI units
 Appendix C. Conversion from British and U.S. units to SI units
 Appendix D. Properties of solid metals
 Appendix E. Properties of nonmetallic solids
 Appendix F. Properties of gases at 1 Atm pressure
 Appendix G. Properties of saturated liquids
 Appendix H. Properties of liquid metals
 Recommended readings
 Answers to problems
 Index.
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 Gaskell, David R., 1940
 5th ed.  New York : Taylor & Francis, 2008.
 Description
 Book — xv, 618 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 CDROM (4 3/4 in.)
 Summary

 Preface. Introduction and Definition of Terms. The First Law of Thermodynamics. The Second Law of Thermodynamics. The Statistical Interpretation of Entropy. Auxiliary Functions. Heat Capacity, Enthalpy, Entropy, and the Third Law of Thermodynamics. Phase Equilibrium in a OneComponent System. The Behavior of Gases. The Behavior of Solutions. Gibbs Free EnergyComposition and Phase Diagrams of Binary Systems. Reactions Involving Gases. Reactions Involving Pure Consensed Phases and a Gaseous Phase. Reaction Equilibria in Systems Containing Components in Condensed Solutions. Phase Diagrams for Binary Systems in PressureTemperatureComposition Space. Electrochemistry. Appendix A: Selected Thermodynamic and Thermochemical Data. Appendix B Exact Differential Equations. Appendix C The Generation of Auxiliary Functions as Legendre Transformations. Nomenclatures. Answers. Index.
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