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An Engineering Data Book (3rd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

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15 July 2008

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This indispensable companion is a ready reference for commonly required formulae and data, for use in coursework and examinations (where permitted) and in professional practice.  It is not a textbook – the user is expected...

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This indispensable companion is a ready reference for commonly required formulae and data, for use in coursework and examinations (where permitted) and in professional practice.  It is not a textbook – the user is expected to know when to use a particular formula, and just as important, when not to use it.  Starting with Symbols and Units, and Physical Constants, it moves through the key areas of Analysis, Mechanics, the Properties of Solids and those of Materials, and covers the Earth and the Environment, Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics, Automatic Control, Electricity and Magnetism, Soil Mechanics and finally Structures.  It concludes with indexes for both Symbols and Keywords.  The units are SI, or multiples, with conversion factors from other systems provided.  The symbols are generally those in common use in particular specialities, except where this would cause confusion.

This book is aimed at all students of Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering, plus students of Environmental Science and Earth/Ocean Science.

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  • All key formulae and data gathered together in one easy-to-use booklet
  • Great clarity for quick reference
  • Well organised and indexed
  • Figures and tables wherever relevant

 

 





  • A new section on Earth and the Environment
  • Over 40 new constants, equations and data values
  • Improvements for clarity and to match current practice better



Symbols and Units
Physical Constants
Analysis
Analysis of Experimental Data
Mechanics
Properties and Mechanics of Solids
Properties of Materials
Earth and the Environment
Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
Automatic Control
Electricity and Magnetism
Soil Mechanics
Structures
Symbols Index
Keyword Index.
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J.R. CALVERT is University Director of Education, University of Southampton, UK.
R.A. FARRAR was formerly Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Southampton, UK.

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J.R. CALVERT is University Director of Education, University of Southampton, UK.
R.A. FARRAR was formerly Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Southampton, UK.

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