Handbook of Mechanical Engineering Calculations Print E-mail
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Written by Bob Willis   
Tuesday, 25 March 2003 19:00

ImageBy Tyler G. Hicks
McGraw Hill
26 sections

This book is valuable, but I would not read it for interest on a plane or on vacation. This book is truly a reference source to be picked up when information is required on a project.

How many formulas are available on a given subject is incredible! You will find all the standard calculations and formulas, generally categorized in four areas: power generation, plant and facilities, environment and design.

Last Updated on Friday, 31 December 2004 10:45
 

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