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Analysis and Design of Energy Systems [Paperback]

B.K. Hodge , Robert P. Taylor

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23 Dec 1998

Appropriate for courses in Energy Systems. Analysis and Design of Energy Systems is the best text on the market for teaching a computer-based, advanced undergraduate course that involves realistic situations with an emphasis on solutions. It includes a large number of realistic examples and problems, with an emphasis on problem formulation and solution, not programming, and on component details. This edition includes MathCad as the arithmetic engine, and MathCad worksheets are included for every procedure in the book.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 2nd - 3rd year Engineering Students 5 Sep 2008
By Ac Pieters - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
The book uses the fundamentals gained from Fluid Dynamics and build a more detailed / specific case on System Engineering, Series and Parallel systems, and also incorporate components within the system and their designs. ie. Heat exchanger sizing and heat transfer calculations.

This is ideal for the engineer who enters into the world of process engineering.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Nice 6 Nov 2006
By Stanley Wilkins Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I strongly recommend both the book and the seller. The seller was very prompt in getting the book to me before I started my classes. The book was in excellent condition and just as advertised. The book itself is wonderful because it gives very thorough examples worked out in MathCad.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Need traditional examples!! 22 Feb 2014
By anon. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Most of the book problems are solved in Mathcad. Tests on the subject are handwritten and the examples are very limited in assisting comprehension of the solution process. I really don't understand why this book is rated so high.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible - Mistakes, Someone Write a Better Book 4 Sep 2012
By Purplemule - Published on Amazon.com
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I am shocked at the positive comments about this book. For a third edition, it is pretty sad to see the major mistakes found in this book. The mistakes are not just typos, the mathcad excamples are incorrect! This leaves the hapless student to fix the errors and waste his/her time focusing, not on the subject, but on coding error. Furthermore, the author regulary just gets lazy (IMHO) and starts to do examples, fundamental to a student understanding the concepts in this book, solely in mathcad. So there is no traditionaly worked out problem, just mathcad examples, making them non-referencable for homework and more importanly for concept. The only reason this book is out there is because our professor couldn't find another book on the subject.
4.0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT BOOK 9 Aug 2004
By Baby Rodz - Published on Amazon.com
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I used this book for my Thermodynamics III course and I can tell you : This is an excellent book!! It will show you step by step how to solve the problems included in the book. Since most of the problems use iterative procedures like hardy-cross method you will need to use some sort of mathematical package to solve them. The book includes sub-routines from MathCad that will help you with most of the problems. Be aware that some sub-routines will not work in the newer versions of mathcad packages; if you can use an older one, it will be better.
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