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Old 09-01-2004, 11:35 PM   #1
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anyone have this book.

I have "marks' standard handbook for mechanical engineers."

But what I am really looking for is the calculations, and all the formulas. If anyone has that book please reply how you like it!


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Don't have that one, but borrow it occasionally. Not really the everyday reference like this:

http://www.knovel.com/knovel2/Toc.js...node1218688717

That'* complete, btw. In PDF.
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i've got a couple of pirated stuff downloading.. hopefully one will be what I need. Neither my mom nor I have the money for that book, so I guess eMule is my route out . My dad had recommended the book when I asked him for some equations for calculating how many pF are in one Farad. Ah the joys of a laser printer.


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Wow mech eng, one of the things I considered, architecture was easier :P

Great link Bill! thats some good resourcin
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I have the hardcopy, but sometimes that digital copy comes in handy if I'm away from my desk.
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