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Elements of Engineering Thermodynamics

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Elements of Engineering Thermodynamics
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Publisher: J. Wiley
ISBN/ASIN: B006413G2S
Number of pages: 244

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This book is intended to bring out the fundamental principles of Engineering Thermodynamics, and is particularly intended for use in technical colleges where it is possible to give special courses on the subjects of steam turbines, internal combustion engines, refrigeration and other applications of thermodynamics.

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