Hydraulic Handbook by R. H. Warring

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The first point of reference for design engineers, hydraulic technicians, chief engineers, plant engineers, and anyone concerned with the selection, installation, operation or maintenance of hydraulic equipment.

The hydraulic industry has seen many changes over recent years and numerous new techniques, components and methods have been introduced. The ninth edition of the Hydraulic Handbook incorporates all these developments to provide a crucial reference manual for practical and technical guidance.


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Published December 20, 1996 by Elsevier Science. 750 pages
Genres: Science & Math. Non-fiction