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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 [Fi [14 Lin 0.0 —— No PgE [14 SUBJECT INDEX Absolute mean asperity slope, 341, 342 Absolute Seebeck coefficient, 933–934 Absorptance, 583 Absorption coefficient, 596, 615–616, 621, 625 Absorptivity, 583 Acceleration (due to gravity), 36 Accuracy, 914, 916, 919 Acentric factor, 52–54 Acoustic mismatch model (AMM), 972 Active enhancement techniques, 1031, 1033–1034, 1097–1099 Active nucleation sites, size range of, 644–645 Adamek profile, 726 Adaptive control (for manufacturing), 1294–1296 Additives: for gases, 1033 for liquids, 1033, 1092–1097 Adiabatic heat transfer coefficient, 496 Adiabatic temperature, 496 Adverse pressure gradient, 482 Adverse tilt, 1196 AFM, see Atomic force microscope Air-fin coolers, 844, 869, 871–875 Algebraic turbulence models, 472 Alloys, 1351 Altered tube flow arrangement, 1076 Alternating direction explicit methods, 238–239 Aluminum, 123 joint conductance enhancement, 370, 372, 373 spectral, normal emittance of, 594–595 transverse high-fin exchangers, 868, 869 Ambiguity bands, 942 American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 894, 1233 AMM (acoustic mismatch model), 972 Ammonia (R-717), 70 Amplitude decay function, 242 Analogy solutions: for boundary layer flow, 475–481 for turbulent boundary layer, 471–472 Analysis methods (heat exchangers), see Heat exchangers Andreani—Yadigaroglu model, 698–699 Angle factor, 600 Anisotropic conductivity: and conservation of energy, 120 in printed circuit boards, 983, 986– 987 Anisotropic materials, 164 Annular fins, 206 Annular flow, 663–668, 745 condensation in smooth tubes, 737 with partial dryout, 685 smooth horizontal tubes, 760–761 Annular-mist flow, 737, 742 Annular wicks, 1186, 1187, 1198 Annuli: fouling resistance, 863–864 physical data for, 860–861 pressure loss, 864–865 Annulus heat transfer coefficient, 863 Antimony, 123 Antonetti—Yovanovich thermomechanical model, 366 Area goodness factor, 1066, 1067 Argon, 70–71, 359–360, 362 Arrays of submerged jets, 514, 515 Arrhenius logarithmic mixing law for viscosities of liquid mixtures, 702– 704 Artery wicks, 1186, 1187, 1198 Ash dispersions, fly, 620–621 ASME, see American Society of Mechanical Engineers Asperities, 187 Asymmetric isoflux plates, 990 Asymmetric isothermal plates, 990 1427
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1428 SUBJECT INDEX 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 [142 Lin 0.0 —— Nor PgE [142 Asymptotic values for dimensionless spreading resistances, 300, 301 Atomic force microscope (AFM), 1339–1341 Augmentation, 1030 Autoclave, 1260–1261 Autohesion, 1271 Automotive industry, 950 Axial heat flow method, 122 Axially grooved wicks, 1186, 1187 Axisymmetric flows, 469–471 Axisymmetric objects, 510 Azeotropes, 700, 701 Backmixing, 1378, 1379 Baffled columns, 1387–1389 Ball-bearing resistance, 336 Band approximation method, 614–615 Base surface, 204 BCC lattice, see Body-centered cubic lattice Bead calorimeters, 943 Bed packings, 1390 Bei (x), 176–177 Bejan number, 415, 1147 Bell—Delaware method, 833 Benchmarking, 445 Benzene, 71 Ber (x), 176–177 Beryllium, 123 Bessel functions, 172–177 Beta functions, 169–170, 172 Bias error, 919, 920 Bilitzky fin arrays, 1004, 1005 Biological fouling, 893 Biothermal engineering, 254 Biot number (Bi), 218, 1238–1241 Bipolar chips, 949 Bismuth, 123–124 Blackbodies, 575 Blackbody emissive power, 575–580
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