Category: Thermal Engineering

Convection Heat Transfer – Definition and Calculation
What is convection heat transfer? How to calculate the convection heat transfer? Click to learn all of them.

Saturated Vapor and Liquid Definitions, Terms and Properties
What is saturated vapor? What is saturated liquid? What are the differences between them? You can learn the answers to these questions here.

Density of an Ideal Gas – Explanation and Calculation
How to calculate the density of an ideal gas? You can calculate it in a very basic way. Click to see how to do it.

Lumped System Analysis Calculator
How to use the lumped system analysis calculator? Click to see how to use the lumped system analysis calculator in heat transfer.

Biot Number in Heat Transfer; Explanation and Calculation
What is the biot number? How to calculate the biot number? What is its significance of it? Click to learn all of them.

The First Law of Thermodynamics; Definition and Explanation
What is the first law of thermodynamics? Click to find the general explanation and examples of the conversation of energy principle.

Critical Insulation Radius in Heat Transfer?
What is the critical insulation radius? How to calculate the critical insulation radius? Click to see how to do them.

Heat Transfer of Sphere Geometries
How to make the conduction heat transfer calculations in sphere geometries? It is very easy to calculate with calculators.

Conduction Heat Transfer of a Cylinder
How to calculate the conduction heat transfer of a cylinder? You can learn it easily in here how to do it.

Internal Energy Change by Heat and Work
How the internal energy changes by heat and work? You can find detail explanation of this question in this article.

Rankine Temperature Scale; Uses, Definition and Conversions
What is the Rankine temperature scale? Where do we use this temperature scale in calculations? You can find the answers here.

What is the Celsius Temperature Scale? Where It is Used?
What is the Celsius temperature scale? Where do we use this temperature scale exactly? Why do we use the Celsius temperature scale?