OXFORD ENGLISH FOR ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
|Author(s)||Eric H. Glendinning, Norman Glendinning|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|D O W N L O A D|
This course of technical English language has been primarily intended to aim the students of Mechanical/Electrical Engineering in technical schools, as well as colleges and universities; it will suit both professional engineers and technicians. This book can also be used for self-study.
The book comprises of thirty units each with authentic exercises from a very wide variety of sources. The topics selected to be included into this book have been chosen by the authors with intention to cover all areas of both Mechanical/Electrical Engineering. The technical contents of the publication includes general engineering matters, training courses, materials and mechanisms, automatic systems, engineering design aspects, robotics, electrical engineering and technology, mechanics - statics and dynamics, pneumatics, hydraulics and fluid mechanics, computer aided design (CAD) and others.
The starting unit of the book is dedicated to the general engineering, while the second unit shows the reader how to choose a course while the next one addresses engineering materials. Then, there are units on mechanisms, forces in engineering, electric motors, central heating, safety matters, latest technological developments etc. We do consider this book a recommended reference source for every engineer regardless of the field.
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