# Heat and mass transfer

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- | Heat transfer is a process whereby thermal energy is transferred in response to a temperature difference. There are three modes of heat transfer: [[Heat Conduction|conduction]], [[convection]], and [[radiation]]. When there is a species concentration difference in a multicomponent mixture, mass transfer occurs. There are two modes of mass transfer: diffusion and convection. | + | Heat transfer is a process whereby thermal energy is transferred in response to a temperature difference. There are three modes of heat transfer: [[Heat Conduction|conduction]], [[Convective heat transfer|convection]], and [[radiation]]. When there is a species concentration difference in a multicomponent mixture, mass transfer occurs. There are two modes of mass transfer: diffusion and convection. |

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- | *<B>[[Basics]]</B> | + | *<B>[[Basics of Heat and Mass Transfer|Basics]]</B> |

+ | :[[Heat]], [[molecular level presentation]], and [[introduction to transport phenomena]]. | ||

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+ | *<b>[[Governing equations for transport phenomena|Governing Equations]]</b> | ||

+ | :[[Basics of governing equations|Basics]], [[integral formulation of governing equations]], [[differential formulation of governing equations]],[[classifications of PDE and boundary conditions]], [[jump and boundary conditions at interfaces]], [[rarefied vapor self-diffusion model]], [[Transport phenomena in combustion|combustion]],[[Averaging formulation of governing equations|averaging formulation]], and [[fundamentals of turbulence]]. | ||

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*<B>[[Heat Conduction]]</B> | *<B>[[Heat Conduction]]</B> | ||

- | :[[ | + | :[[Basics of heat conduction|Basics]], [[steady state heat conduction]], [[unsteady state heat conduction]], [[numerical solution of heat conduction]], [[melting and solidification]], and [[microscale heat conduction]]. |

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*<B>[[Convective Heat Transfer]]</B> | *<B>[[Convective Heat Transfer]]</B> | ||

- | :[[External forced convection]], [[internal forced convection]], [[natural convection]], [[ | + | :[[External forced convection]], [[internal forced convection]], [[Natural Convection|natural convection]], [[condensation]], [[evaporation]], [[boiling]], [[Two-Phase Flow|two-phase flow]], and [[Heat Transfer Correlations|heat transfer corllations]] |

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- | :[[ | + | *<B>[[Mass Transfer]]</B> |

+ | *<b>[[Porous media]]</b> | ||

+ | :[[Basics of porous media|Basics]], [[Governing Equations for Porous Media|governing equations]], [[Multiphase transport in porous media|multiphase transport]], [[melting and solidification in porous media]], [[Film condensation in porous media|condensation]], [[Evaporation in porous media|evaporation]], and [[Boiling in Porous Media|boiling]]. | ||

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*<b>[[Radiation]]</B> | *<b>[[Radiation]]</B> | ||

- | :[[ | + | :[[Basics of Radiation|Basics]], [[black body]], [[radiation properties of real surface]],[[application and exploitation of radiative properties]],[[High-energy radiation-surface interactions]], [[light pipes and fiber optics]], [[Infrared sensing, cameras and photography]], [[Contemporary applications and research of radiative properties]], [[radiative transfer through transparent media]],[[Net radiation method for diffuse surfaces]], [[multimode heat transfer with radiation]], [[inverse radiation problems]], [[radiation in participating media]], [[near-field thermal radiation]], and [[applications of radiative transfer]] |

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- | :[[ | + | *<b>[[Micro- and Nanocroscale Heat Transfer]]</B> |

- | *<b>[[Related Topics]] </b> | + | :[[Transport Phenomena in Micro- and Nanoscales|Basics]], [[microscale heat conduction]], [[ultrafast melting and solidification]],[[convection in microchannels]],[[near-field thermal radiation]], [[nanoscale surface modification for tailoring radiation properties]], and [[macroscale laser-surface interactions]]. |

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+ | *<b>[[Related topics of heat and mass transfer|Related Topics]] </b> | ||

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## Current revision as of 01:20, 27 April 2012

Heat transfer is a process whereby thermal energy is transferred in response to a temperature difference. There are three modes of heat transfer: conduction, convection, and radiation. When there is a species concentration difference in a multicomponent mixture, mass transfer occurs. There are two modes of mass transfer: diffusion and convection.

- Basics, integral formulation of governing equations, differential formulation of governing equations,classifications of PDE and boundary conditions, jump and boundary conditions at interfaces, rarefied vapor self-diffusion model, combustion,averaging formulation, and fundamentals of turbulence.

- Basics, steady state heat conduction, unsteady state heat conduction, numerical solution of heat conduction, melting and solidification, and microscale heat conduction.

- External forced convection, internal forced convection, natural convection, condensation, evaporation, boiling, two-phase flow, and heat transfer corllations

- Basics, governing equations, multiphase transport, melting and solidification in porous media, condensation, evaporation, and boiling.

- Basics, black body, radiation properties of real surface,application and exploitation of radiative properties,High-energy radiation-surface interactions, light pipes and fiber optics, Infrared sensing, cameras and photography, Contemporary applications and research of radiative properties, radiative transfer through transparent media,Net radiation method for diffuse surfaces, multimode heat transfer with radiation, inverse radiation problems, radiation in participating media, near-field thermal radiation, and applications of radiative transfer

- Basics, microscale heat conduction, ultrafast melting and solidification,convection in microchannels,near-field thermal radiation, nanoscale surface modification for tailoring radiation properties, and macroscale laser-surface interactions.

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