Transient Temperatures in Engineering and Science: Transient Temperature In Engin by B. LawtonTransient Temperatures in Engineering and Science: Transient Temperature In Engin by B. Lawton

Transient Temperatures in Engineering and Science: Transient Temperature In Engin

byB. Lawton, G. Klingenberg

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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This book gives a comprehensive account of the principles and practical methods applicable to transient temperature measurements in engineering and science. Transient temperatures are taken to be in the range from about 200K to 6000K and with timescales from tenths of nanoseconds to tens ofseconds. Within these limits is a very large field of combustion and gas dynamics and these are the principle areas which are addressed. Several new experimental and theoretical techniques are introduced and various modes of thermal failure are described.The chapters move from undergraduate material to the latest methods and are designed to be of use to the widest possible range of engineers, scientists, and students working in universities or in chemical or mechanical engineering. Many applications are described.
B. Lawton is at Royal Military College of Science, Shrivenham. G. Klingenberg is at Fraunhofer-Institut fur Kurzzeitdynamik, Weil am Rhein.
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Title:Transient Temperatures in Engineering and Science: Transient Temperature In EnginFormat:HardcoverDimensions:600 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.46 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198562608

ISBN - 13:9780198562603

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Table of Contents

1. Temperature2. Heat transfer by conduction3. Radiation and radiation transport4. Electrical methods5. Optical methods6. Abel-inversion and computer tomography7. Laser-based methods8. High-pressure combustion in engines9. Very high pressure environments10. Thermal properties and thermal failureIndex

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`The book successfully blends basic scientific concepts and engineering applications. The fundamentals are very clearly described at a level appropriate to final-year undergraduates, while the details and case studies will be of value to scientists and engineers wishing to measure thermaltransients.' Measurement Science and Technology