Heat transfer-A review of current literature

E. R G Eckert, E. M. Sparrow, W. E. Ibele, R. J. Goldstein

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)599-602,IN1,603-636
JournalInternational Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer
Issue number7
StatePublished - Jul 1966

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THIS REVIEW is concerned with research in the field of heat transfer, the results of which have been published during 1965. The total number of papers in this field continues to be so large that only a selection can be included. A more detailed listing is contained in the “Heat Transfer Bibliographies” published periodically in this Journal. The 1965 Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute was held in June at the University of California, Los Angeles. It was dedicated to Dean L. M. K. Boelter on the occasion of his retirement. Approximately two-thirds of the 22 papers presented at the meeting were connected with heat transfer in the field of plasma technology, ablation, and radiation. Proceedings of the conference are available at Stanford University Press. The 8th National Heat Transfer Conference was held at Los Angeles, California, in August 1965. Two invited lectures were given by J. W. Westwater and E. Schmidt. The second lecturer received, at the same meeting, the Max Jakob Memorial Award. One-hundred and live papers, a panel discussion on loss of coolant accidents in nuclear reactors, and an open forum completed the program of this conference. The papers are, or will be, published in the Journal of Heat Transfer or in the journals of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Several issues in the Chemical Engineering Progress Series published in 1965 were concerned with heat transfer. Number 57 contains the papers sponsored by the A.1.Ch.E. and presented at the 6th National Heat Transfer Conference, and Number 59, those presented at the 7th National Heat Transfer Conference.

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