Principles of Metal Casting by Richard W. Heine

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The first edition of this book was written as a textbook for college-level courses in metal casting for metallurgical and mechanical-engineering students. Since that time, there have been many advances in the engineering sciences. Major recoganization of engineering curricula in colleges has completely altered the seqences of presentation of engineering subjects and courses.

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Published January 1, 1967 by McGraw-Hill. 750 pages
Genres: Education & Reference.