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# Heat and Mass Transfer - ME6502

## CONDUCTION

-> The General Heat Conduction Equation in Cartesian and Polar coordinates
-> One Dimensional Steady State Equation Plane Wall
-> One Dimensional Steady State Heat conduction Composite Systems
-> Conduction with Internal Heat Generation
-> Extended Surfaces
-> Unsteady Heat Conduction
-> Lumped Heat Analysis
-> Semi Infinite and Infinite Solids
-> Solved Problems - Heat and Mass Transfer - Conduction
-> Important Questions and Answers - Heat and Mass Transfer - Conduction

## CONVECTION

-> Convection Heat Transfer
-> Free and Forced Convection
-> Thermal and Hydrodynamic Boundary Layer
-> Free and Forced Convection During External Flow Over Plates
-> Evaluation of Convective Heat Transfer Coefficient
-> Forced Convection Heat Transfer Principles
-> Methods for Determining Heat Transfer Coefficient
-> Concept of Critical Thickness of Insulation
-> Solved Problems - Heat and Mass Transfer - Convection
-> Important Questions and Answers - Heat and Mass Transfer - Convection

## PHASE CHANGE HEAT TRANSFER AND HEAT EXCHANGERS

-> Stefan-Boltzman Law
-> Plank’s Law
-> Shape Factor
-> Solved Problems - Heat and Mass Transfer - Radiation
-> Important Questions and Answers - Heat and Mass Transfer - Radiation

-> Condensation and Boiling
-> Condensation-Filmwise and Dropwise
-> Regimes of Pool Boiling and Flow Boiling
-> Boiling Curve - Operating Constraints
-> Factors Affecting Nucleate Boiling
-> Heat Exchangers: Regenerators and Recuperators
-> Classification of Heat Exchangers
-> The Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient
-> Fouling Factors Analysis
-> LMTD Method
-> NTU Method
-> Solved Problems - Heat and Mass Transfer - Radiation
-> Important Questions and Answers - Heat and Mass Transfer - Radiation

## MASS TRANSFER

-> Mass Transfer
-> Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure
-> Fick's Law of Diffusion
-> Convective Mass Transfer
-> Heat and Mass Transfer Analogy
-> Solved Problems: Heat and Mass Transfer - Mass Transfer
-> important Questions and Answers: Mass Transfer