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Introduction To Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer by Yunus A. Cengel (1-Feb-2009)

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  • By Dan L Perry on June 19, 2016

    Over the years I've looked at many of the older textbooks including Keenan, Faries & Obert (the best of the old ones). The Cengel book is the best I've ever seen in almost every respect. It builds on simple concepts step by step in the early part of the book rather than jumping into 1/2 pages of unnecessary equations at that point. The concepts are easy to understand by way of excellent simple diagrams in the sidebars along with essentially very understandable simple logical and thought experiments reinforced by the graphic. The graphics format is consistent throughout the book. The later chapters build on the fundamentals of the first chapters and are well written with the same consistent format as before. Finally the last half of the book seems to be a very thorough treatment of heat flow but I haven't gotten that far yet.The only small negative I saw was some errors that were missed in the proofing process - e.g.' not quality..... but quality' which should be e.g.' not quantity..... but quality', etc.I would highly recommend this book to anyone studying at the undergraduate level or possibly beyond.

  • By D. Kapes on October 4, 2011

    Before you buy this Cram101, or any other Cram101 book, do some research. Each chapter gets summarized in a glossary manner on the left side pages, with the right pages left for your own notes. The chapter information does not resemble the order presented in the book, or necessarily even the information presented in the book. BTW, here is a direct excerpt from Chapter 2 "notes": "Shed: A shred is typically a simple, single-story struture in a back garden or an allotment that is used for storage, hobbies, or for use as a workshop." Seriously, aside from this not being part of the actual textbook, how does this even relate to thermodynamics? It also does not provide any information on solving any problems, which is the PRIMARY thing you need to do for thermodynamics, solving equations. Don't waste your money on this book, and certainly don't waste your money on their bogus website (again check out the reviews!). If I could rate it zero stars, I would.

  • By Marc M. on April 8, 2003

    Very difficult reading. You must navigate pages of "fluff" reading just to get to an important point. Skip the wording and get to the point please!!! The example problems do not even start to prepare you for the chapter problems.....never mind the review problems!! This book will give you a very basic idea of what is going on but you must spend too much time re-reading most sections to understand what this guy is talking about.

  • By Guest on March 4, 2001

    The book invites its readers to a boring ride into the world of thermodynamics. The lengthy texts are trying desperately to draw its readers a clear picture of this popular science but only make matter worse. The exercises of this book seem difficult and time consuming not because the concepts are hard to grasp but only due to lack of explainatary examples.

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