Written by engineers for engineers: The Heat Transfer Engineering Data Books represent a comprehensive summary and detailed insights useful for heat transfer and research engineers as well as for a University students regarding heat transfer challenges from ACR to Process Technology applications.
Originally compiled by Wolverine Tube Inc. and by Prof. John Thome, this reference in the heat transfer community is now available in a new edition for a service fee, facilitating further research work and documentation of this kind.
We would like to extend our thanks you to Prof. John Thome as well as to all involved at Wolverine Tube Inc. for offering this vast knowledge.
Fundamental heat transfer and application know-how
The Heat Transfer Data Book II discusses basic knowledge on heat transfer, sensible heat transfer, condensing heat transfer, Trufin tubes in air-cool heat exchangers, and Trufin tubes in boiling heat transfer.
by K.J. Bell and A.C. Mueller
Enhanced heat transfer design methods for tubular heat exchangers
The Heat Transfer Engineering Data Book III covers design considerations for enhanced heat exchangers, single-phase shell-side flows & heat transfer, heat transfer to air-cooled heat exchangers, condensation on external surfaces, condensation inside tubes, boiling heat transfer on external surfaces, two phase flow pattern, falling film evaporation, thermodynamics of refrigerant mixtures and refrigerant-oil, void fraction in two-phase flows, post dryout heat transfer, flow boiling and two phase flow of CO2, and two phase flow and boiling in microchannels.
by John R. Thome