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Latent Heat Transfer

An Introduction to Fundamentals (Oxford Engineering Science Series , No 43)

by G. S. H. Lock

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Engineering thermodynamics,
  • Engines & power transmission,
  • Heat transfer processes,
  • Foreign Language Study,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • English,
  • Language,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Engineering - Mechanical,
  • Science / Thermodynamics,
  • English as a Second Language

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9589978M
    ISBN 100198562845
    ISBN 109780198562849

    Get this from a library! Latent heat transfer: an introduction to fundamentals. [G S H Lock] -- Designed for engineering graduate students who will later be required to work in industrial or environmental settings where latent heat transfer is important. .   We have seen in previous chapters that energy is one of the fundamental concepts of physics. Heat is a type of energy transfer that is caused by a temperature difference, and it can change the temperature of an object. As we learned earlier in this chapter, heat transfer is the movement of energy from one place or material to another as a result of a difference in .

      This beginning graduate text is the first comprehensive work on latent heat transfer. It covers all forms: evaporation, sublimation, melting, condensation, freezing, and deposition. Throughout the book there is emphasis on the fundamentals that apply to both industrial and environmental Pages: latent heat: [ hēt ] 1. energy that raises the temperature of a body or substance. 2. estrus. 3. a rise in temperature. 4. to cause to increase in temperature. Heat is associated with molecular motion, and is generated in various ways, including combustion, friction, chemical action, and radiation. The total absence of heat is absolute zero.

    Catherine Hunter's last poetry collection, Latent Heat, won the McNally Robinson Manitoba Book of the Year of the poems in St. Boniface Elegies, originally published in Contemporary Verse 2, won the Manitoba Magazine Award for Best Poem or Suite of Poems and earned Honorable Mention in the National Magazine most recent novel, After Light . Latent heat is energy released or absorbed, by a body or a thermodynamic system, during a constant-temperature process that is specified in some example is latent heat of fusion for a phase change, melting, at a specified temperature and pressure. [1] [2] The term was introduced around by Scottish chemist Joseph is derived from the Latin latere (to .


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Latent Heat Transfer by G. S. H. Lock Download PDF EPUB FB2

The latent heat of vaporization, L v. This is the heat per kilogram needed to make the change between the liquid and gas phases, as when water boils or when steam condenses into water. The latent heat of sublimation, L s. This is the heat per kilogram needed to make the change between the solid and gas phases, as when dry ice evaporates.

The transitions between a material's solid, liquid and gaseous phases involve large amounts of energy. The energy required for the transition is known as latent heat transfer.

Recently, alternative energy researchers have been looking at ways that this latent heat transfer can be used to store energy until. 61 rows  Heat absorbed or released as the result of a phase change is called latent heat. @article{osti_, title = {Solar heat storage: Latent heat materials}, author = {Lane, G A}, abstractNote = {This work provides background information and scientific fundamentals necessary for understanding and applying solar heat storage principles.

The physical, chemical, and thermal properties, safety and toxicity, and economics of latent heat storage materials are discussed. Srinivas Garimella, in Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in Minichannels and Microchannels (Second Edition), Summary observations and recommendations.

The above discussion of the available literature on condensation heat transfer shows that much of the available information is on tubes larger than about 7 mm. In these tubes, heat transfer models have treated the.

•A Latent Heat Transfer book of high-intensity heat transfer processes are involved with combustion and chemical reaction in the gasifier unit itself. •The gas goes through various cleanup and pipe-delivery processes to get to our heat transfer processes involved in.

Heat is defined in physics as the transfer of thermal energy across a well-defined boundary around a thermodynamic thermodynamic free energy is the amount of work that a thermodynamic system can perform.

Enthalpy is a thermodynamic potential, designated by the letter "H", that is the sum of the internal energy of the system (U) plus the product of pressure.

This beginning graduate text is the first comprehensive work on latent heat transfer. It covers all forms: evaporation, sublimation, melting, condensation, freezing, and deposition. Throughout the book there is emphasis on the fundamentals that apply. Latent heat energy storage is a near-isothermal process that can provide significantly high storage density with smaller temperature swings in comparison with sensible storage systems.

In addition, latent heat storage has the capacity to store heat of fusion at a constant or near-constant temperature that corresponds to the phase transition temperature of the phase change.

Latent heat is an intensive property measured in units of J/kg. Both L f and L v depend on the substance, particularly on the strength of its molecular forces as noted earlier. L f and L v are collectively called latent heat coefficients.

They are latent, or hidden, because in phase changes, energy enters or leaves a system without causing a temperature change in the system; so, in. This beginning graduate text is the first comprehensive work on latent heat transfer.

It covers all forms: evaporation, sublimation, melting, condensation, freezing, and deposition. Throughout the book there is emphasis on the fundamentals that apply Price: $ Abstract.

This book presents papers on the latent heat storage of solar energy. Topics considered include the science of phase change materials, phase equilibria, crystallization, and phase-change heat transfer. Latent heat is the heat energy per mass unit required for a phase change to occur.

If we think about substances at a molecular level, gaseous molecules have. Sensible Heat. Sensible heat is the energy required to change the temperature of a substance with no phase change. The temperature change can come from the absorption of sunlight by the soil or the air itself. Or it can come from contact with the warmer air caused by release of latent heat (by direct conduction).

If there is a temperature change, the transferred heat depends on the specific heat (see Table ) whereas, for a phase change, the transferred heat depends on the latent heat. See Table Substitute the knowns along with their units into the appropriate equation and obtain numerical solutions complete with units.

It floats on the surface of magnificently flowing lines."-- "The Winnipeg Free Press" "Catherine Hunter's "Latent Heat" is a treat for anyone interested in a good thoughtful read of good, thoughtful, contemporary poetry.

The book is a clear reflection of her compulsion to be fresh and arresting in her : Catherine Hunter. Suppose that a moderately-sized house has inside dimensions m × m × m high, and that all air is replaced in min.

Calculate the heat transfer per unit time in watts needed to warm the incoming cold air by ºC, thus replacing the heat transferred by convection alone. The theoretical analysis and modeling of heat and mass transfer rates produced in evaporation and condensation processes are significant issues in a design of wide range of industrial processes and devices.

This book includes 25 advanced and revised contributions, and it covers mainly (1) evaporation and boiling, (2) condensation and cooling, (3) heat transfer and Cited by: This beginning graduate text is the first comprehensive work on latent heat transfer.

It covers all forms: evaporation, sublimation, melting, condensation, freezing, and deposition. Throughout the book there is emphasis on the fundamentals that apply to both industrial and environmental processes.

Three introductory chapters on the history and significance of thermodynamics and. Exothermic phase changes release heat to the environment. (They are warming processes.) The specific latent heat (L) of a material is a measure of the heat energy (Q) per mass (m) released or absorbed during a phase change.

is defined through the formula Q = mL. is often just called the "latent heat" of the material. Book Title: Fundamentals of heat and mass transfer Author(s): C.P.

Kothandaraman Publisher: New Age International Publishers Edition: third Pages: PDF Size: 12 Mb Book Description: Salient features: In Fundamentals of heat and mass transfer by C.P.

Kothandaraman book large number of Complex problems along with the solutions are provided Objective type questions.Latent heat is associated with processes other than changes among the solid, liquid, and vapour phases of a single substance.

Many solids exist in different crystalline modifications, and the transitions between these generally involve absorption or evolution of latent heat. The process of dissolving one substance in another often involves heat.Latent heat transfer: an introduction to fundamentals.

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