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Engineering Mathematics : A Series of Lectures Delivered at Union ...

By: Charles Proteus Steinmetz
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Beacon Lights of History : Vol. 1

By: Lord, John, 1810-1894

v.1. The old pagan civilizations -- v.2. Jewish heroes and prophets -- v.3. Ancient achievements -- v.4. Imperial antiquity -- v.5. The middle ages -- v.6. Renaissance and reformation -- v.7. Great women -- v.8. Great rulers --v.9. European statesmen -- v.10. European leaders -- v.11. American founders --v.12. American leaders -- v.13. Great writers / Dr. Lord's uncompleted plan, supplemented with essays by Emerson, Macaulay, Hedge, and Adam -- v.14. The new era. A suppl...

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A Textbook on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering : Vol. 3

By: International Correspondence Schools

Another edition published having title: The elements of mechanical and electrical engineering; v. 1. Arithmetic, Algebra, Logarithms, Geometry and Trigonometry, Elementary Mechanics, Hydromechanics, Pneumatics, Heat, with practical questions and examples -- v. 2. Steam and Steam Engines, Strenght of Materials, Applied Mechanics, Steam Boilers, with practical questions and examples -- v. 3. Machine Design, Principles of Electricity and Magnetism, Electrical Measurements, ...

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Elements of Machine Design

By: Dexter Simpson Kimball, John Henry Barr
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Catalogue of the Library of the Late Richard M. Hoe : Comprising I...

By: Bangs & Co.

Railroads

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Symposium on Mathematics for Engineering Students Being the Procee...

By: American Mathematical Society; American Association for the Advancement of Science
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The Giant Mushroom

By: Janaki Sooriyarachchi
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The Mystery of Jamieson Stone

By: Jonathan Cross

An ex-intelligence officer, who handles elite politicians and celebrities cover up their misdeeds and embarrassing situations, now finds himself trying to unravel the mystery that could change the world and the future of the international space station.

Weaving international intrigue with a high-level murder case, The Mystery of Jamieson Stone will leave you on the edge of your seat. When the world’s most famous television news anchor, Jamieson Stone, apparently commits suicide on live international television, Stone’s widow hires detective Michael Brand to find the truth. The detective discovers that Stone was murdered, but the reason behind his death is a mystery. Brand uncovers information pointing to Jamieson’s ...

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Why the Fluid Friction Factor Should Beabandoned, And the Moody Ch...

By: Adiutori, Eugene F.

Why the Fluid Friction Factor Should Be Abandoned, and the Moody Chart Transformed, The Open Mechanical Engineering Journal, 2009, 3, 43-48

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Report on a Game Survey of the North Central States

By: Leopold, Aldo, 1886-1948; Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute

Subject: Game and game-birds; Mammals

Bibliography: p. 285-287

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Principles of Approximate Computations

By: Skinner, Joseph J. (Joseph John)

Numerical analysis

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Proprietes Cinematiques Fondamentales des Vibrations: Conferences ...

By: Amédée Guillet, M Aubert

Cours et conferences publie par les soins de lAssociation des elevres et anciens eleves de la Faculte des sciences de Paris.

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Machine Design : Volume 1

By: Jones, Forrest Robert, 1861

Machine design

v. 1. Kinematics of machinery

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Ocean Adventures: Or, Cabin and Forecastle Yarns of Thrilling Inci...

By: John Sherburne ] [Sleeper
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Walden Or, Life in the Woods

By: Henry David Thoreau

Excerpt: WHEN I wrote the following pages, or rather the bulk of them, I lived alone, in the woods, a mile from any neighbor, in a house which I had built myself, on the shore of Walden Pond, in Concord, Massachusetts, and earned my living by the labor of my hands only. I lived there two years and two months. At present I am a sojourner in civilized life again. I should not obtrude my affairs so much on the notice of my readers if very particular inquiries had not been m...

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Space Research: September 2003: by National Aeronautics and Space ...

Excerpt: Document the results of a 16-day space shuttle mission that was dedicated to studying the effects of microgravity on the brain and neurologic system. The seven crewmembers of the space shuttle Columbia (STS-90), along with two alternate crewmembers on the ground, conducted 26 experiments during the June 1998 Neurolab mission. Experiments ranged from studies of gravity sensing to sensory connections made in the brain to actual astronaut perceptions of adapting to...

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Metallurgy Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory

Technical Reference Publication

Overview: The Metallurgy Division is working closely with materials suppliers and users to develop the measurement and standards infrastructure needed in diverse technological areas - from steelmaking to the fabrication of nanostructured multilayer for magnetic recording heads. As a result of global competition and the consumer?s expectations of ever-increasing performance and reliability at lower cost, U.S. industry is making fundamental changes in the ways that new pro...

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Some Mathematics: The Equations of Motion

Physics Literature

Excerpt: In this chapter we consider the response of a fluid to internal and external forces. This leads to a derivation of some of the basic equations describing ocean dynamics. In the next chapter, we will consider the influence of viscosity, and in chapter 12 we will consider the consequences of vortices. Fluid mechanics used in oceanography is based on Newtonian mechanics modified by our evolving understanding of turbulence. Conservation of mass, momentum, angular mo...

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A Vision of Opportunity

Technical Reference Publication

Excerpt: Presidential Homeland Security Directives (1 through 10) -- Science for the 21st Century, National Science and Technology Council, July 2004 -- National Response Plan, Final Draft, 30 June 2004 Bush Administration Science & Technology Accomplishments: Promoting Innovation for a Stronger, Safer America, April 2004 -- Statement of Requirements for Public Safety Wireless Communications & Interoperability, The SAFECOM Program, Department of Homeland Security, Ver. 1...

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Living at Los Alamos

Excerpt: By the time the school had been notified nearly two weeks later, it had already become clear that the original estimated Project requirement of 30 scientists was ill-considered and that the Ranch School?s 27 houses would be far from adequate. Therefore in December, when construction contracts were let, they included, in addition to laboratory buildings, temporary living quarters for a population of about 300 people. But even before the Ranch School students had ...

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