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Computational Heat Transfer - CRC Press Book. Professor Jaluria and Torrance have structured a text addressing both finite difference and finite element. In radiative heat transfer, for instance, integration over the 8 Computer Methods for Engineering with MATLAB ® Applications wavelength λ of the radiation is. Download International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 52 () – Jaluria has done extensive research in numeri- cal/computational heat.
He received his M. He was a member of the research staff at Bell Labs , Princeton, from to At Rutgers, he has served as department chair, and interim dean of engineering.
He was made a distinguished professor in and was appointed as Board of Governors Professor in . Professional work[ edit ] Jaluria is known for his work on natural convection, or buoyancy-driven flows.
He wrote the first book on this topic and was a co-author of a later extensive treatise on the subject [3, 4]. Both of these books were translated into Russian, with extensive circulation in Eastern Europe.
He has worked in the areas of computational fluid dynamics CFD and heat transfer, materials processing, such as optical fiber drawing , chemical vapor deposition and polymer extrusion , optimization of thermal systems , cooling of electronic systems, solar energy, and building fires .
His most significant specific work includes the determination of feasible and optimal conditions in thermal processing, innovative methods for cooling electronic systems, growth and spread of building fires, basic understanding of transition to turbulence and effects of stratification and conjugate transport, multiscale modeling and quantification of mixing processes in extrusion.
He has contributed over articles, including over in peer-reviewed archival journal articles, authored or co-authored 9 books, and edited or co-edited 10 books. All these books have had a major impact on the field due to innovative and pioneering approaches in research, engineering and education presented by them.
He received the Donald Q.
He is presently the President of the American Society of Thermal and Fluids Engineers, an international non-profit organization focused on research and engineering in these and related fields, with particular emphasis on industry, international collaboration and emerging young researchers .
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