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mechanician and constructor for engineers
|Statement||By Cameron Knight.|
|LC Classifications||TJ1160 .K6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. 1., 397 p.|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||07014986|
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An instrument for drawing dots.Cameron Knight, The Mechanician and Constructor for Engineers: Both edges of the crosshead are thus marked, the short centre lines being easily scratched with a scriber as soon as the arcs are made with a calliper, in fact, a mere dot with a dotter is sufficient.Jane Symington, Karen Peppercorn, At Your.Audels Engineers and Mechanics Guide 1, A Progressive Illustrated Series with Questions and Answers and Calculations Covering Modern Engineering Practice, Graham, Frank D., Theo.
Audel & Co., Publishers,p, soft cloth boards, hc no dj, boards bumped/scuffed, text clean, solid bindingThe book 'Engineering Mechanics' by Timoshenko is good. But I would not recommend it to first time learner. The approach in this book is purely Scalar approach.
The present day trend is Vector approach. Scalar approach is good for 2 D problems. Wh.