Eshbach's Handbook of Engineering FundamentalsThe standard reference work in engineering for over fifty years…now updated and revised Eshbach’s Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals Fourth Edition The Fourth Edition of Eshbach’s Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals provides comprehensive coverage of major engineering subdivisions, including electronics, controls, fluids, and more, with special emphasis on mechanical engineering. Chapters have been rewritten and revised to combine solid coverage of engineering fundamentals with uptodate developments in the field since the publication of the previous edition. The Handbook reflects the computer’s growing role in engineering design, practice, and research:

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Contents
Mathematical and Physical Units Standards and Tables  11 
Mathematics  22 
2191  
Bibliography 3 60  360 
References4 99  499 
Mechanics of Incompressible Fluids  54 
References5 81  581 
Aeronautics  66 
Bibliography 9 173  9173 
Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer  108 
Bibliography 1045  1026 
References 1065  1065 
Bibliography 11130  11130 
Electronics  1212 
12171  
Light Radiation and Acoustics  1310 
References 6 147  6147 
Bibliographies 6 152  71 
Astronautics  716 
References 7 42  82 
Automatic Control  88 
Computer Science  9166 
1385  
Chemistry  142 
1464  
21  1521 
Properties of Materials  162 
Common terms and phrases
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