IMechE Engineers Databook Paperback – 27 Jan 2012
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From the Back Cover
A completely revised and expanded fourth edition of this best–selling pocket guide. Engineers′ Data Book provides a concise and useful source of up–to–date essential information for the student or practising engineer.
- Updated, expanded edition
- Easy to use
- Handy reference guide
- Core technical data
About the Author
Clifford Mathews is an experienced engineer with worldwide knowledge of mechanical engineering.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's very handy and pocket sized
It covers a wide range of topics
The price was a bit high but that is the case with these kind of books.
Good price for a very very useful book with everything needed for all my engineering modules and beyond! Recommend for any engineering/science student as it is a on-the-spot reference guide for everything! My lectures blatantly use the figures in it as lots looks very familiar..... :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really useful little pocket book gives a good amount of direction into most areas of engineering and provides standards to research if items are only covered at a base level.Published 8 months ago by alex
Really comprehensive engineer's data book, especially like the anti-creationist part about beak design, just what an engineer would think and say,Published 9 months ago by Mr. D. J. Mordey