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Theory of Calorimetry

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ISBN-10: 1402007973

ISBN-13: 9781402007972

Edition: 2002

Authors: Wojciech Zielenkiewicz, Eugeniusz Margas

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Book details

List price: $219.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 7/31/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 190
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990

Preface
The calorimeter as an object with a heat source
The Fourier law and the Fourier-Kirchhoff equation
Heat transfer. Conduction, convection and radiation
General integral of the Fourier equation. Cooling and heating processes
Heat balance equation of a simple body. The Newton law of cooling
The heat balance equations for a rod and sphere
General heat balance equation of a calorimetric system
Calorimeters as dynamic objects
Types of dynamic objects
Laplace transformation
Dynamic time-resolved characteristics
Pulse response
Frequential characteristics
Calculations of spectrum transmittance
Methods of determination of dynamic parameters
Determination of time constant
Least squares method
Modulating functions method
Rational function method of transmittance approximation
Determination of parameters of spectrum transmittance
Classification of calorimeters. Methods of determination of heat effects
Classification of calorimeters
Methods of determination of heat effects
General description of methods of determination of heat effects
Comparative method of measurements
Adiabatic method and its application in adiabatic and scanning adiabatic calorimetry
Multidomains method
Finite elements method
Dynamic method
Flux method
Modulating method
Steady-state method
Method of corrected temperature rise
Numerical and analog methods of determination of thermokinetics
Harmonic analysis method
Method of dynamic optimization
Thermal curve interpretation method
Method of state variables
Method of transmittance decomposition
Inverse filter method
Evaluation of methods of determination of total heat effects and thermokinetics
Linearity and principle of superposition
Dynamic properties of calorimeters
Equations of dynamics
Dynamic properties of two and three-domain calorimeters with cascading structure
Equations of dynamics. System of two domains in series
Equations of dynamics. Three domains in series
Applications of equations of dynamics of cascading systems
Dynamic properties of calorimeters with concentric configuration
Dependence of dynamic properties of two-domain calorimeter with concentric configuration on location of heat sources and temperature sensors
Dependence between temperature and heat effect as a function of location of heat source and temperature sensor
Apparent heat capacity
Energy equivalent of calorimetric system
Final remarks
References