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Cellular and Porous Materials: Thermal Properties Simulation and Prediction

Cellular and Porous Materials: Thermal Properties Simulation and Prediction

Andreas Öchsner (Editor), Graeme E. Murch (Editor), Marcelo J. S. de Lemos (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-31938-1

Mar 2008

439 pages

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$288.00

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Providing the reader with a solid understanding of the fundamentals as well as an awareness of recent advances in properties and applications of cellular and porous materials, this handbook and ready reference covers all important analytical and numerical methods for characterizing and predicting thermal properties. In so doing it directly addresses the special characteristics of foam-like and hole-riddled materials, combining theoretical and experimental aspects for characterization purposes.

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Interfacial Heat Transport in Highly Permeable Media -
A Finite Volume Approach
Effective Thermal Properties of Hollow-Sphere-Structures -
A Finite Element Approach
Thermal Properties of Composite Materials and Porous Media: Lattice-Based Monte Carlo Approaches
Fluid Dynamics in Porous Media -
A Boundary Element Approach
Analytical Methods for Heat Conduction in Composites and Porous Media
Modeling of Composite Heat Transfer in Open-Cellular Porous Materials at High Temperatures
Thermal Conduction Through Porous Systems
Thermal Property of Lotus-Type Porous Copper and Application to Heat Sinks
Thermal Characterization of Open-Celled Metal Foams by Direct Simulation
Heat Transfer in Open-Celled Foams Subjected to Oscillating Flow
Radiative and Conductive Thermal Properties of Foams
On the Application of Optimization Techniques to Heat Transfer in Cellular Materials
""Providing readers with a solid understanding of the basics as well as an awareness of recent advances in properties and applications."" (Metall, October 2008)