Curriculum Map
Course: Heat Transfer
Description
This curriculum map provides a mapping of content from Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook and Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers to standard Heat Transfer course topics. The authors carefully selected relevant examples, videos, tables and figures which they felt would be valuable supplements to any standard Heat Transfer textbook. You can easily incorporate the content into your course by using our copy link functionality to paste a direct link into your school's LMS.
Authors
Don W. Green, EditorinChief, Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, 8th Edition, and Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Kansas
Marylee Southard, Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Kansas
Ali Sadegh, Editor, Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, 11th Edition
Course Topics
 Conductive Heat Transfer
 Convective Heat Transfer
 Heat Transfer with Phase Change
 Radiative Heat Transfer
 Heat Transfer Equipment Design
Conductive Heat Transfer
Convective Heat Transfer
Relevant Material  Type  Description  Source 

Heat Transfer by Convection  Text  Convective heattransfer basics  Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook 
Convective Heat Transfer Coefficient  Text  ΔT log mean defined  Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook 
Natural Convection  Text  Nu for internal, external surfaces  Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook 
Relative magnitudes of convection and radiation  Example  Example 5  Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook 
Natural Convection Heat Transfer Coefficients  Calculator  This Excel workbook calculates the natural convection heat transfer coefficient for 3 configurations: vertical plane, horizontal plan, and horizontal cylinder. 

Forced Convection  Text  Nu in ducts, tube banks, fins, Fin efficiency defined  Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook 
Turbulent internal flow  Example  Example 6  Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook 
Typical Values of Convection Heat Transfer Coefficient  Table  Table 2.4.4  Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers 