mechanical engineers data handbook

Author(s) James Carvill
Publisher Butterworth-Heinemann
Date 2003
Pages 342
Format pdf
Size 11 Mb







This handbook provides all students and practicing mechanical engineers with an essential reference text. James Carvill, the author of the handbook, has added numerous informative illustrations and data tables to the text to provide a clear and clear access to the information presented. The book includes many live examples of the detailed calculations on the applications of the relevant technologies that are commonly in use by the engineers as well as draftsmen and designers.

Though the handbook was mainly intended for students and professionals in mechanical engineering, it contents allows it to be useful for the marine engineers, specialists in offshore and mining engineering, and in fact a wide range of branches. This reference book contains all formulas that the readers may need to be able to correctly solve any mechanical engineering problem, without exhausting them with derivations.

The material is presented in a very clear manner and the lay-out is perfect. The book was prepared with the express intention of the author to present a compact yet quite comprehensive source of technical information that will be of particular value to the engineers owing to the coverage of all main disciplines of mechanical engineers and incorporation of the fundamental principles, formulas, tables and descriptive matter...

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