Engineering materials and processes; being a brief account of the more important materials of engineering construction, including their properties, uses, and methods of production, together with some of the essential features of metallography, particularly with respect to iron and steel, prepared especially for the use of midshipmen at the United States naval academy, by George B. Ashe and John I. Hale.
|Main Author:||Ashe, George Bamford, 1891-|
|Other Authors:||Hale, John Isaac, 1890-|
Annapolis, Md., The United States Naval Institute, 1926.
|Original Classification Number:||TA403 .A7|
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