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A concise guide for the professional engineer.

Desk reference for engineers

In solving practical problems, an engineer uses a wide range of scientific and quantitative information, not all of it directly related to his or her own field. The Wiley engineer's desk reference, A Concise Guide for the Professional Engineer, by Sanford I Heisler, offers diverse scientific data, charts, and tables in one volume. Whether you need a refresher on formulas, working knowledge of other branches of engineering, or the latest information on techniques, equipment, and industrial codes, it is all here. Topics include mathematics from algebra to progressions, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, electronics, controls, economics and statistics, energy sources, and engineering standards. The book costs $34.95 from John Wiley & Sons Inc, 605 Third Ave, New York, NY 10158. Phone 212-850-6336.
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Date:Oct 1, 1985
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