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Handbook of Formulae and Physical Constants

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Handbook of Formulae and Physical Constants

Publisher: Power Engineering Training Systems
Number of pages: 43

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For the use of students and examination candidates, approved by the Interprovincial Power Engineering Curriculum Committee and the Provincial Chief Inspectors' Association's Committee for the standardization of Power Engineer's Examinations in Canada.

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