Why have I chosen to write a book on convection heat transfer when several already exist? Although I appreciate the available publications, in recent years I have not used a text book to teach our graduate course in convection. Instead, I have relied on my own notes, not because existing textbooks are unsatisfactory, but because I preferred to select and organize the subject matter to cover the most basic and essential topics and to strike a balance between physical description and mathematical requirements. As I developed my material, I began to distribute lecture notes to students, abandon blackboard use, and rely instead on PowerPoint presentations. I found that PowerPoint lecturing works most effectively when the presented material follows a textbook very closely, thus eliminating the need for students to take notes. Time saved by this format is used to raise questions, engage students, and gauge their comprehension of the subject. This book evolved out of my success with this approach.
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