Analysis of plates [by] David McFarland, Bert L. Smith [and] Walter D. Bernhart.
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Analysis of plates [by] David McFarland, Bert L. Smith [and] Walter D. Bernhart. by David E. McFarland

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Published by Spartan Books in New York .
Written in English


  • Plates (Engineering)

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ContributionsSmith, Bert L.,, Bernhart, Walter D.,
LC ClassificationsTA660 P6 M33
The Physical Object
Number of Pages273
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18877518M

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