Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical EngineersSolve any mechanical engineering problem quickly and easily with the world's leading engineering handbook Nearly 1800 pages of mechanical engineering facts, figures, standards, and practices, 2000 illustrations, and 900 tables clarifying important mathematical and engineering principle, and the collective wisdom of 160 experts help you answer any analytical, design, and application question you will ever have. 
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it is have all basic things,which is needed for mechanical students
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I can't wait to get this book! I have the 10th edition but I'd like to see what the new one has...
Contents
Mathematical Tables and Measuring Units  1 
Mathematics  22 
Mechanics of Solids and Fluids  1 
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Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers Eugene A. Avallone,Theodore Baumeister No preview available  1996 
Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers Eugene Avallone,Theodore Baumeister,Ali Sadegh No preview available  2006 
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