Электронная книга: Abdelhanine Benallou «Energy Transfers by Conduction»

Energy Transfers by Conduction

While the topic of heat and mass transfer is an old subject, the way the book introduces the concepts, linking them strongly to the real world and to the present concerns, is particular. The scope of the different developments keeps in mind a practical energy engineering view.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited (USD)"

ISBN: 9781119550952

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