by V. A. Etkin
Publisher: viXra 2010
Number of pages: 341
The book calls attention to a method of describing and investigating various physicochemical processes in their inseparable link with the heat form of energy. The book is intended for researches, engineers and university students keen-set for updating, extension and integration of knowledge in heat engineering disciplines.
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