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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 Engineers' Data Book


About the Author: Clifford Matthews

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8 thoughts on “Engineers' Data Book

  1. says:

    This book was on the suggested purchase list for starting my Engineering course at University While it is a book of good content and quality, I haven t actually needed to use it yet I ve only finished my first year so there may still be time When you become a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers which the University enrols you for a student membership automatically , there is an app that is just as usef


  2. says:

    In spite of the section on Units declaring the use of the Pascal for pressure, elsewhere in the book e.g Table 7.1 the unit MN m2 is still being used Clearly the new book editors, after the retirement of Clifford Matthews, are not engineers I dislike the underlining formatting of the main Section headings The Fig 9.14 diagrams in the General Airfoil sic Theory section are crude and nowhere is the Lanchester Prandtl the


  3. says:

    Bought this to have another reference book available Didn t plan that this would be so versatile, great little book and small enough to travel well in the bag Along with the Zeus book, this travels everywhere with me now its so useful and handy Highly recommended to any engineer at all levels.


  4. says:

    Finishing my degree but worked in the industry for 10 years, really useful book Much information than the mechanic s pocketbook mechanisms than mechanics This book has a good range of information on the failure mechanics of various different components structures.


  5. says:

    A useful handbook for anyone interested in Mechanical Engineering at any level A useful reference book to flick through data wise, some of the talk regarding pathways can be a bit waffling rather than helpful, however.


  6. says:

    As an undergrad Mech Eng student I found this super useful.It s very handy and pocket sizedIt covers a wide range of topicsThe price was a bit high but that is the case with these kind of books.


  7. says:

    Wonderfully specific perfect for the budding engineer A


  8. says:

    Very handy book with lots of helpful information


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