1938-01-01

Quantitative Analysis of Heat Transfer in Engines 380163

IN the first part of the paper, which he presented at the Detroit Section Meeting of the Society, April 11, 1938, Mr. Janeway reviews definitions and fundamental laws of conduction, convection and radiation.
The second part, which follows, is devoted to a quantitative analysis of heat transfer in engines. It takes up, in turn, the heat transfer from gases to the cylinder walls; the heat transfer from the cylinder surface to the water; and piston-head temperature. Three significant conclusions are discussed.

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