Title: Principles of Heat Transfer
Authors: Frank Kreith, Manglik, Bohn
When a textbook that has been used by more than a million students all over the world reaches its seventh edition, it is natural to ask, “What has prompted the authors to revise the book?”
The basic outline of how to teach the subject of heat transfer, which was pioneered by the senior author in its first edition, published 60 years ago, has now been universally accepted by virtually all subsequent authors of heat transfer texts.
Thus, the organization of this book has essentially remained the same over the years, but newer experimental data and, in particular the advent of computer technology, have necessitated reorganization, additions, and integration of numerical and computer methods of solution into the text