Science For Coalmining Students
by H. Morton, D. S. Morton
Publisher: The Technical Press 1952
Number of pages: 274
Description:
The book, which is interesting, instructive and wide in scope, is the result of many years of experience in teaching science to mining students on the part of one of the authors and several years' practical experience underground by the other. Mining students have long felt the want of a textbook of science dealing with their own particular problems, particularly from the physical point of view. Consequently the book should prove very useful to candidates taking the various examinations for firemen, overmen and under-managers and to youths entering the industry.
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