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Dictionary of Engineering Materials

Dictionary of Engineering Materials

Harald Keller , Uwe Erb

ISBN: 978-0-471-44436-7

Mar 2004

1328 pages

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The only dictionary of its kind, Dictionary of Engineering Materials contains more than 25,000 generic, trade-named, and trademarked engineering materials, all alphabetically arranged and complete with full explanations.

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Guide to this Dictionary.

Major Groups of materials Covered.

Dictionary of Engineering Materials.

Appendix: Bibliographic References, Helpful Sources of Information, Abbreviations and Acronyms.

"This is a marvelous and useful dictionary…it should be in all engineering and chemical libraries." (American Reference Books Annual, 2005)

"…an engaging and useful text." (Reference Reviews, Vol.19, No.1, 2005)

"…very useful for identification of materials, especially for some of the lesser-known materials and tradenames…" (IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, January/February 2005)

"...truly amazing... marvelous and useful dictionary...will provide one-stop-shopping for libraries interested in materials science." (American Reference Books Annual, 2005)

"…an indispensable resource for any library, laboratory, or firm working in any of the engineering fields, but also very useful for other scientific and manufacturing endeavors…" (E-STREAMS, October 2004)

"The breadth of the covered material is astounding and, what is more, the entries are informative and to the point." (Polymer News)

"This dictionary will make a fine addition to academic and special engineering libraries, as well as large public libraries with broad engineering collections.” (Library Journal, May 1, 2004)