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"'ATURDAY, MAY 1, 192f

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAOIM THURI

,Reviewers Speak
I Of Profe ssC
41Both American- and foreign tech-
:iical 'and scientific reviewers have
1 given favorable comment-.to the vol-]
~... ge on "Heat Transfer and Evapora-
-ton," recently published, by Prof. W..
L. Badger of the chemical engineering
Sdepartment.
"An unusually valuable book," was'
the characterization given by thel
'Chemiical and Metallurgical Engineer=
k ing magazine, which further praises
,It as a "notable contribution to chem-
? ica.I engineering literature." In the
a opinion of the leading sugar journal
eo the European continent, "the Eng-
s dish technical literature is notably en-
I rched by this book."
According to the reviews, the first
~third o the book. which, is mainly;
i "theorectical, being written for the f

Favora bly
-or Badger's Book
pure scicnce worker, is concerned
Iwith heat transmission and with :heat-
.er design. This is followed by anoth-
er part of a more practical- nature
Iwhich is comprised of description's of
evaporators, heat transfer in evapor-
ators, caluculation of multiple effect
evaporators and multiple effect oper-
ation. The _final part takes up evapor-
ator auxiliaries, evaporators and their
application to sapecific ,industries, cost
data and appropriate appendices.
The appearance of the 'book, which'
comprises 304U pages, including patent.
index, author and subject indices, has
also received the praise of the critics.
The sections on heat transfer in
evaporators and the theory and Cal-
culation of multiple effects types are
discussed frtom the author's own ex-,

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