Heat for Engineers
by Charles Robert Darling
Publisher: Spon & Chamberlain 1912
Number of pages: 460
The author has endeavoured to explain thoroughly the principles underlying the matters dealt with. The connection between heat and work has been kept prominent throughout, and the use of the various formulae given has been illustrated by examples embodied in the text.
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