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I got this book in 2009 as it was required by a course I took. Unfortionatly, I bought later other fundamental books because this one assumes you have strong background... Read more
Overall this is a good book for learning transport phenomena, however, if you are lacking in some of the fundamentals (fluids, heat, etc) some of the steps in the examples don't... Read morePublished on November 9, 2006 by J. Via
All what we need.
The info is great for university grade solarcship
A must have in ingenering (chemical or biological)
Many years ago, when I was still in college and needed a part-time job, some people asked me if I could solve heat and mass transfer problems. Read morePublished on April 24, 2005 by Jill Malter
I had a chance to take the course with this book at the University of Wisconsin and I think it was probably the most difficult course I have taken. Read morePublished on September 1, 2004 by E. Fernandez
While the first edition was the seminal standard, I don't see how the second edition can be considered the same. First of all just look at the back cover, that's glaring. Read morePublished on July 15, 2004 by Charles Fivelson