Hydraulic engineering; a practical treatise on the principles of water pressure and flow and their application to the development of water power, including the calculation, design, and construction of water wheels, turbines, and other details of hydraulic power plants. Part I - Hydraulics, by Frederich E. Turneaure. Part II - Water-power development, by Adolph Black.
|Main Author:||Turneaure, F. E. 1866-1951.|
|Other Authors:||Black, Adolph.|
Chicago, American School of Correspondence, 1909.
267, vii p.
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