London Forum, Thursday, 19 January 2017
William Osley of Calgavin Ltd will talk on the practical uses of
computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and demonstrate that it is
not just to make pretty pictures.
Find out more.
Free book on heat transfer
Dave Butterworth, in conjunction with the Heat Transfer Society,
is making his book, "Introduction to Heat Transfer"
available for free via this web site.
This book is available to download as a pdf
file. Please note that this is an image-based pdf and is
therefore very large. The size is 22.7 MB. Click
here to download.
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