Epoxy Resins And Composites by K. Dusek

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As part of the analysis of some fluid dynamic and heat transfer situations, it is necessary to create dimensionless groups to be able to apply data found from similar situations. • Make assumptions. Simplify the general equations to make them more applicable to a particular situation by ignoring terms that have an insignificant effect. • Analyse the problem. Use the simplified equations in a rearranged form to determine the unknown quantities within the problem. It is much easier both to visualize and understand problem solving through gaining experience by actually solving problems.

They are not necessarily the best techniques; they are certainly not the only techniques and the illustrative examples are not necessarily the only ones from their group. In each case, their success depends upon the zeroth law and in each case their readings are translated to an arbitrary, predetermined temperature scale in the everyday fashion. In each case also, it is assumed that temperatures to be measured are above 0 DC. This is only for simplicity and clarity, for most temperature measuring devices can be adapted to read below ODC.

3 Relative motion of an aircraft. (b) [ill [EJ I Modelling Thermal conduction is analogous to electrical conduction so that a thermal resistance is analogous to an electrical resistance. This analogy is used in Chapter 22 for analysing the heat transfer across a combination of walls and fluids by considering the overall situation as a network of electrical resistances, with each electrical resistance being equivalent to a thermal resistance in the composite situation. Thus, the situation can be viewed in a simpler manner and allows quite complex situations to be analysed more easily.

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