Elementary Physics for Engineers
by J. Paley Yorke
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 1916
Number of pages: 188
An elementary textbook for first year students taking an engineering course in a technical institution. The author has attempted to present some essential facts of elementary physics as briefly and straightforwardly as possible without any pedantry or insistence upon details of no practical importance.
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