Developing problem-solving skills in engineering
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Published in Evanston .
Written in English


  • Engineering -- Study and teaching.,
  • Engineering -- Problems, exercises, etc.

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Statement[by] J.F. Calvert [and others] Final technical report of project NR 151-144 completed under contract N7-onr-45012.
ContributionsCalvert, John Fyfer, 1898-
LC ClassificationsT65 .N6
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6170130M
LC Control Number54060718

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