Materials of Engineering Construction
by Clement T Wiskocil
Publisher: Berkeley 1922
Number of pages: 766
The purpose of this course is to present information concerning the mechanical and physical properties of the principal materials of engineering. A knowledge of these properties is necessary for the intelligent selection and use of materials for given conditions or service requirements.
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