McGraw-Hill's Engineering Companion

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Ejup Ganic, Tyler Gregory Hicks, Michael Predko
McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 23, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 976 pages
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If YOU COULD BUY ONLY ONE DESKTOP REFERENCEó THIS WOULD BE IT !

Here are the tables, formulas, charts, diagrams, figures, key methods and worked-out problems engineers in design, product development, operation, production, analysis, and economic evaluation must have for successful day-to-day problem solving.

This dynamic one-volume database provides reliable, ready-to-apply solutions to literally hundreds of engineering problems ó formatted for convenient instant access and carefully culled from McGraw-Hillís most popular and respected handbooks, textbooks, and specialized technical books.

McGraw-Hillís Engineering Companion contains sections on the basics of engineering science and key methods and tools in every branch of engineering:
* mechanical engineering
* civil engineering
* electrical engineering
* electronic engineering
* metallurgical engineering
* architectural and building engineering
* bioengineeringeng
* and more

Covering all major engineering fields and extensively updated for maximum usability, this is the perfect working tool for todayís new breed of engineer.

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Contents

Thermophysical Properties 2 4
2-14
Special Requirements 2
2-32
Nomenclature 5 42
3-5
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Dr. Ejup Ganic received his Masters Degree in engineering from the University of Belgrade and attained his Doctorate from M.I.T. Dr. Ganic continued his academic career at the University of Illinois in Chicago where he received a tenured position. He is the author of several major engineering handbooks and journal articles. He is presently with the University of Sarajevo.

Tyler G. Hicks is a consulting engineer, a licensed Professional Engineer, and a successful author. He has worked in plant design and operation in a variety of industries, taught at several engineering schools, and lectured in the United States and abroad. Mr. Hicks holds a bachelorís degree in mechanical engineering from Cooper Union School of Engineering in New York.

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