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Thermoelectric Power Factor Calculator for Superlattices

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18 Oct 2008 | Tools | Contributor(s): Terence Musho, Greg Walker

Thermoelectric Power Factor Calculator for Nanocrystalline Composites

1-D Chain Dispersions

01 Sep 2011 | Tools | Contributor(s): Nicholas Roberts, Greg Walker

Eigenvalues for analytic conduction solutions

07 Nov 2011 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): James Vere Beck, Greg Walker

2d Ideal Gas Molecular Dynamics

01 Sep 2011 | Tools | Contributor(s): Terence Musho, Greg Walker

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Heat Transfer Cheat Sheet

This page provides an “equation sheet” that students like to use on tests. Developed by Vanderbilt University’s heat transfer class (ME 248, Fall) Sign Convention (Read This First!!!) We are using Prof. Walker’s convention: ———> in the book,...

Kirchhoff's Transformation

Derivation Many non-linear conduction problems, where the properties are a function of temperature can be addressed with a variable transformation. In the forgoing demonstration, consider the conduction equation where the conductivity is a function of temperature. The equation can be...