I'd like to purchase one of these books for self-study. The BSLK Introductory Transport Phenomena claims: "Devoting more space to mathematical derivations and providing fuller explanations of mathematical developments—including a section of the appendix devoted to mathematical topics—allows students to comprehend transport phenomena concepts at an undergraduate level." Also, from the Preface: "You will find that considerably more space has been devoted to filling in missing steps in mathematical derivations and to fuller explanations of mathematical developments, including an enlargement of the appendix devoted to mathematical topics; in addition, much material has been removed that we felt was beyond the level of mathematical preparation of most undergraduates. Our intention was to make this book reflect the topics covered in our undergraduate course, with the exception of a few advanced topics for the brightest students. Finally, we removed the chapters dealing with two independent variables and replaced them with chapters on dimensional analysis, including the much-used Buckingham pi theorem." Does anyone have experience of the two, and could you offer your comparisons and comments? I will be self-studying.