by George Ellwood Dieter
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1961
Number of pages: 650
In writing 'Mechanical Metallurgy' an attempt has been made to cover, in some measure, the great diversity of interests. The objective has been to include the entire scope of mechanical metallurgy in one fairly comprehensive volume.
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