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Space Industry Lubrication
Lubrication handbook for the space industry. Part A: Solid lubricants. Part B: Liquid lubricants
Mechanical Engineers Pocket Book
The advances in engineering practice also had been so great that it was evident that many chapters required to be entirely rewritten. It was therefore determined to make a thorough revision of the book, and to reset the type throughout. This has now been accomplished after four years of hard work.
Morrison's Spring Tables Design Reference
Springs fall naturally into two classes, light and heavy: in the case of helical springs called wire and bar; in elliptical springs called sheet and plate. In the following pages the writer has considered a helical spring whose bar is less than one-sixteenth of an inch in diameter, or an elliptical spring whose plate is less than one-sixteenth of an inch in thickness, to be a light spring.
Industrial Engineering Handbook
In the preparation of this handbook the writer attempts a systematic arrangement of a considerable volume of useful information for engineers, much of which has not been readily accessible to the public. The collection includes separate specifications relating to the chemical and physical properties of practically all of the materials entering into engineering work for the U.S. Government. The importance and economic value of the data thus presented will be recognized by manufacturers and engineers engaged in Government work not only, but this value extends into every department in industrial engineering
Test Engineers Handbook
The testing of engines and engineering materials is one of the most interesting aspects of engineering work. It is also of vital importance, because it is only by observing the results of workshop and laboratory tests that the engineer can improve upon the work of his predecessors. Testing may, therefore, be regarded as the foundation upon which engineering progress is built.
Structural Theory Handbook
As its name implies, this volume introduces the reader to the basic conceptions and principles of structural theory relating to trusses, rigid frames, and space frameworks. Its scope is somewhat more than that of the usual two and three semester undergraduate course in stress analysis offered in the engineering schools of this country.
Mining Engineers Handbook
Most of these alterations were called for by the progressive modifications of mining methods and appliances, and the development of new methods. Much new matter was added, some of the older text omitted, and some sections of the book were almost entirely rewritten.
Marine Engineers Handbook
This handbook is compiled especially for the area of design engineers and technical students. Operating engineers, it is hoped, will find it useful also for presentations of design and construction details, though no attempt has be made to include instructions covering the adjustment and maintenance of marine propulsion machinery.
Engineering Vibration Handbook
The effects of vibrations on the behavior of mechanical and structural systems are often of critical importance to their design, performance, and survival. For this reason the subject of mechanical vibrations is offered at both the advanced undergraduate level and graduate level at most engineering schools.
Kents Mechanical Engineering Handbook
“Every engineer should make his own pocket-book, as he proceeds in study and practice, to suit his particular business.” The manuscript pocket-book thus begun, however, soon gave place to more modern means for disposing of the accumulation of engineering facts and figures, the index, the scrap-book, the collection of indexed envelopes, portfolios and boxes, the card catalogue, etc.
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