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Author Name    Uhlendorf, B.A., editor

Title   HEAT TRANSFER: A Symposium Held at the University of Michigan During the Summer of 1952

Binding   Hardcover.

Book Condition   Mild uniform age-toning to the endpapers, previous owner's name stamped to the front pastedown, very mild rubbing to shelf edges, else very good plus in greenish-blue cloth with gilt titles to the front cover and spine; no dust jacket.

Edition   First edition. 286 pages; equipment photos; figures; graphs and charts.

Publisher   (Ann Arbor, Michigan): University of Michigan/Engineering Research Instit 1953.

Seller ID   38570.00

A collection of lectures by active specialists in the field given during the summer session as a symposium for graduate students and research engineers. The main emphasis is on heat transfer problems and the effect of high thermal gradients on materials.

Chemical Engineering. Chemistry. Physics.

Price = 150.00 USD



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