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by Gary Bertoline
by LUDWIG PRANDTL
This well-known standard work is an expansion by O. G. Tietjens of a famous series of lectures delivered by Professor Prandtl at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Flow Research. Based on Prandtl's own work, it combines a considerable amount of ...
by L. M. KACHANOV
Based on the author's series of lectures at the Mechanics-Mathematics Faculty of the University of Leningrad, this text is primarily concerned with the plastic deformation of metals at normal temperatures, as applied to the strength of machines ...
by Jack Lichuan Qiu
A Step-by-Step Guide to 34 Spectacular Hairstyles
by Eric Mayost
by Jillian Powell
by MILTON E. HARR
The movement of groundwater is a basic part of soil mechanics. It is an important part of almost every area of civil engineering, agronomy, geology, irrigation, and reclamation. Moreover, the logical structure of its theory appeals to ...
by Bosun Xie
Discusses and summarizes the basic principles and applications of head-related transfer functions and virtual auditory display. This book details the basic principles and applications of head-related transfer function (HRTF) and virtual auditory
by WAYNE JOHNSON
The history of the helicopter may be traced back to the Chinese flying top (c. 400 B.C.) and to the work of Leonardo da Vinci, who sketched designs for a vertical flight machine utilizing a screw-type propeller. In the late nineteenth century, ...
by G. A. TOKATY
Through the centuries, the intricacies of fluid mechanics - the study of the laws of motion and fluids in motion - have occupied many of history's greatest minds. In this pioneering account, a distinguished aeronautical scientist presents a ...
by ABBOTT PAYSON USHER
""The book is without peer in its field."" - American ScientistIn this completely revised and enlarged edition of a classic work in the history of technology, a noted scholar explores the importance of technological innovation in the cultural ...
by STEPHEN P. TIMOSHENKO
Strength of materials is that branch of engineering concerned with the deformation and disruption of solids when forces other than changes in position or equilibrium are acting upon them. The development of our understanding of the strength of ...
by Stewart Whyte
by Shane Djuric
<p>Howard tractors were built and sold in Australia from 1922 until 1985. They are a part of Australia’s agricultural heritage.<br></p> <p>A.C. Howard (known as Cliff) was an Australian inventor and pioneer. He first produced ...
by JACOB BEAR
This text explores the laws and equations that govern the flow and storage of groundwater in aquifers. It provides groundwater hydrologists, as well as engineers and planners who deal with the development and management of groundwater resources,
A Droll History of Inventors and Inventions
by Trevor Norton
by WERNER GOLDSMITH
Scientists and engineers have long been interested in solving problems dealing with impact theory and behavior-an area involving tool design, foundry and machine-shop operations, ordnance and explosions, vehicular accidents, and many other ...
by ROBERT B. ASH
Developed by Claude Shannon and Norbert Wiener in the late 1940s, information theory, or statistical communication theory, deals with the theoretical underpinnings of a wide range of communication devices: radio, television, radar, computers, ...