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Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer is meant for undergraduate and postgraduate students, research scholars and teaching community of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. This book explains the fundamentals of heat transfer and focuses mainly on finite difference method, which is one of the computational methods used to solve engineering problems. The major strength of the book is that it covers one-dimensional, two-dimensional steady and transient conduction and convection problems in detail. This book will definitely be highly useful for those who wish to understand the finite difference method for solving fluid flow and heat transfer problems for their research and industrial applications.
• A very comprehensive and accessible approach in the presentation of the material.
• Step-by-step description of mathematical formulations.
• A variety of unsolved problems for practice at the end of each chapter.
• Lucid explanation of all the concepts, with aid of examples to help and build a strong foundation.
S. Thanigaiarasu :- currently heading the Department of Aerospace Engineering, Madras Institute of Technology Campus, Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, is an alumnus of IIT-Madras and MIT, Chennai. He has worked in General Electrics, aircraft engines, USA (Cincinnati and Schenectady) through TATA-GE Company, Bangalore for about six months and worked for TATA-GE, Company, Bangalore, for four years. As an experienced researcher and academician, he has produced many high-impact publications and book chapters. He is a reviewer for many reputed journals in the field of Aerospace Engineering. He is a six-sigma green belt awardee and has visited US, Hong-Kong and Malaysia for research collaborations.