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Math. Spherical Trigonometry, USAF Academy, 1. Calculus with Analytic Geometry, Angus E. Taylor, 1. 95. 9 (7. Advanced Calculus, Wilfred Kaplan, 1.
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Vector Analysis and Tensor Analysis, Murray R. Spiegel, 1. 95. 9 (2.
Matrix Vector Analysis and Tensor Analysis, USAF Academy, 1. Intro to Probability and Statistics, Lindgren and Mc. Elrath, 1. 96. 4 (2. Standard Mathematical Tables, CRC Publishing, 1. Handbook of Mathematical Functions, US Dept. Singer, 1. 96. 2 (5. Strength of Materials, William A.
Nash, 1. 95. 7 (3. Mechanical Vibrations, Tse, Morse and Hinkle, 1.
Fluid Mechanics, John K. Vennard, 1. 96. 3 (5. Thermodynamics, Gordon J.
Van Wylen, 1. 96. Heat Transfer, J. P. Holman, 1. 96.
Mechanical Design Graphics and Conceptual Design, A. S. Levens, 1. 96. Design of Machine Elements, M. F. Spotts, 1. 96. Mechanical Engineering Design, Shigley, Mischke and Budynas, 2.
Peterson's Stress Concentration Factors, Walter D. Pilkey, 1. 99. 7 (5. Failure Analysis and Prevention Handbook, ASM International, V- 1. Applied Tribology, Khonsari and Booser, 2.
Ball and Roller Bearing Engineering, Arvid Palmgren, 1. Ball and Roller Bearings: Theory, Design, Application, Eschmann, 1. Practical Solution of Torsional Vibration Problems, Volumes 1 & 2, Second Edition, W. K. Wilson, 1. 94. Compact Heat Exchangers, Kays and London, 1. Analytical Mechanics of Gears, Earle Buckingham, 1.
Manual of Gear Design, Earle and Eliot Buckingham, 1. Design Practices for Automatic Transmissions, SAE, 1.
Heat Treatment of Gears, A. K. Rakhit, 2. 00. Systematic Analysis of Gear Failures, Lester Alban, 1. DAYCO Engineering Guide for Synchronous Belt Drives, 1. GOODYEAR Synchronous Belt Engineering Manual, 1. GATES Powergrip Design Manual, 2. GOODYEAR V- Belt Engineering Manual, 1.
GATES Heavy Duty V- Belt Drive Design Manual, 2. Casting Design Guide, Cer. Cast Group, 1. 99. Machinery's Handbook, Oberg, Jones, Horton & Ryffel, 1. Marks' Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, Baumeister et al, 1.
Handbook for Aeronautical Engineers, Mark Davies, 2. Finite Element Analysis, Adams and Askenazi, 1. Material Science. Elements of Material Science, Lawrence Van Vlack, 1. Material Selection in Mechanical Design, Michael F. Ashby, 2. 00. 1 (5.
Metals Handbook, ASM, 1. Metals Reference Book, ASM, 1. Properties of Iron, Steel and High- Performance Alloys, ASM, 1.
Heat Treating Handbook, ASM, 2. Heat Treater's Guide for Irons and Steels, ASM, 1. Metal Fatigue, Frost, Marsh and Pook, 1. Fatigue and Fracture Handbook, ASM International, V- 1.
Atlas of Fatigue Curves, ASM, 1. Fatigue Data Book: Light Structural Alloys, ASM, 1.
Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys, ASM, 1. Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys, ASM, 1. Designing with Magnesium, ALCOA, 1. Modern Uses of Nonferrous Metals, C. H. Mathewson et al, 1.
Cast Metals Technology, J. Gerin Sylvia, 1. 97. Aluminum Casting Technology, American Foundrymen's Society, 1. Plaster Mold Casting Handbook, PMCA, 1. Pattern Design, C. F. Taylor, 1. 93. Practical Wood Pattern Making, J.
Robert Hall, 1. 99. Castings, Classification and Inspection, MIL- STD- 2. Aluminum Alloy Castings, High Strength, MIL- A- 2.
C, 1. 96. 4Welding Aluminum, ALCOA, 1. Metal Machining, Lawrence E. Doyle, 1. 95. 3 (5. Engineering Tools and Processes, Herman C. Hesse, 1. 94. 3 (6.
Aircraft Engineering. Practical Stress Analysis for Design Engineers, J. C. Flabel, 1. 99.
Analysis and Design of Flight Vehicle Structures, E. F. Bruhn, 1. 97. 3 (1.
Aircraft Structures, David J. Peery, 1. 95. 0 (5.
Airplane Structural Analysis and Design, Sechler and Dunn, 1. Theory and Analysis of Flight Structures, Robert M. Rivello, 1. 96. 9 (5. Understanding Aircraft Composite Constriction, Z. Smith, 1. 99. 6 (2.
Composite Basics, Andrew C. Marshall, 1. 99. 8 (1.
Airplane Stability and Performance, Perkins and Hage, 1. Aircraft Design: A Conceptual Approach, Daniel P. Raymer, 1. 98. 9 (7. Theory of Wing Sections, Abbot and Von Doenhoff, 1. Aerodynamics of Wings and Bodies, Ashley and Landahl, 1.
Fluid Dynamic Drag, S. Hoerner, 1. 96. 5 (4. Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators, H. H. Hurt, 1. 96. 5 (4. Aerodynamics of Propulsion, D. Weber, 1. 95. 3 (3.
Aircraft Propeller Design, F. Weick, 1. 93. 0 (4. Engines and Turbomachinery.
The High Speed Internal Combustion Engine, Sir Harry Ricardo, 1. IC Engine Thermodynamics, Flow, Performance, C. F. Taylor, 1. 99. IC Engine Combustion, Fuels, Materials, Design, C. F. Taylor, 1. 98. Advanced Engine Technology, Heinz Heisler, 1.
Allied Aircraft Piston Engines of World War 2, Graham White, 1. Pratt & Whitney R- 2. Graham White, 2. 00. Design and Simulation of Two- Stroke Engines, Dr. Blair, 1. 99. 6 (6. Design and Simulation of Four- Stroke Engines, Dr.
Blair, 1. 99. 9 (8. Design and Tuning of Competition Engines, Philip H. Smith, 1. 97. 1 (4. Racing Engine Preparation, Wilson and Smith, 1. Two- Stroke Tuner's Handbook, Gordon Jennings, 1. Turbochargers: Design, Sizing, Control, Hugh Mac. Innes, 1. 98. 4 (1.
Analysis Techniques for Turbine Engine Controls, A. L. Bates, 1. 96. 8 (1. Gas Turbine Engine Parameter Interrelationships, Louis A. Urban, 1. 96. 7 (4. TPE- 3. 31 Turbine Engine Systems and Installation, Allied- Signal, 1.
PT- 6 Turbine Engine Service, Pratt & Whitney, 1. T- 6. 2 Turbine Engine Overhaul and Maintenance, Solar, 1. Allison B- 2. 50- C2. B Turboshaft Engine Specification, Allison/GM, 1. Allison B- 2. 50- C2. C2. 0B Installation Design Manual, Allison/GM, 1.
Race Engine Technology Magazine, High Power Media, All issues, 2. EGT Systems, Kas Thomas, 1. Belvoir Publications (1. Fuel and Oil Systems, Kas Thomas, 1. Belvoir Publications (1. Forced Induction, A.
G. 2. 00. 2, (4. 64 pages)Design, Testing, Installation of Supercharger Systems, C. Bell, 2. 00. 1 (3. Turbochargers, Hugh Macinnes, 1. Design, Testing, Installation of Turbocharger Systems, C. Bell, 1. 99. 7 (2.
Modification of Engine Management Systems, Jeff Hartman, 2. Computer Engineering. Engineering Electronics, Happell and Hesselberth, 1. Computer System Hardware Architecture, M. Morris Mano, 1. 97.
Microcomputer Interfacing, Bruce A. Artwick, 1. 98. 0 (3. Linear Integrated Circuits, Fairchild Semiconductor, 1.
Optoelectronics Applications, Hewlett- Packard, 1. Techniques of Program Structure and Design, Edward Yourdon, 1.
Data Structures and their Implementation, Baron and Shapiro, 1. Software Tools, Kernigan and Plauger, 1. Numerical Methods, Mc. Cracken and Dorn, 1. Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Aho, Hopcroft and Ullman, 1. Fundamental Algorithms, Donald E.
Knuth, 1. 97. 5 (6. Seminumerical Algorithms, Donald E. Knuth, 1. 96. 9 (6. Sorting and Searching, Donald E. Knuth, 1. 97. 3 (7.
Structure and Design of Programming Languages, J. E. Nicholls, 1. 97.
Compiler Design Theory, Lewis, Rosenkrantz and Stearns, 1. Introduction to Automata Theory, Hopcroft and Ullman, 1. Recursive Programming Techniques, W. H. Burge, 1. 97. 5 (2.
Introduction to Database Systems, C. J. Date, 1. 97. 7 (5.
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