Landmarks in Mechanical Engineering a high content review by Rachel Maines published by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is one of the primary reference book for the course be101-02 introduction to mechanical engineering sciences for Kerala Technological/Technical University (KTU). The original text book may upto Rs.27500 . The e-book/pdf for that is not easily available also. However a free PDF of Book Whose preview is shown below. The ebook is pretty good enough for your reading. Which surely Help you students. A download option for text-book is Given Below. If you Found out anything valuable for Rachel Maines Landmarks in Mechanical Engineering you may mail that to email@example.com so that it will be useful for your fellow students. Any way thank you for your support to Kerala Technological University Blog. Leave Comments if you desire.
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Title: Landmarks in Mechanical EngineeringDescription:This book describes the 135 historic mechanical engineering landmarks designated by ASME International between 1973 and 1989. This publication is actually a successor to an earlier volume entitled National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmarks, which was prepared by Richard S. Hartenberg, P.E., a distinguished founding member of ASME's History and Heritage Committee. Professor Hartenberg's work described the first twentyeight landmarks, designated between 1973 and 1977. In 1987 the committee decided that it was appropriate to produce a new publication that would bring the story up to date. A search was conducted for an author who could prepare the manuscript under the general supervision of the committee.Rachel Maines,Carol Poh Miller, a historical consultant based in Cleveland who has written widely in the areas of industrial and technological history, was selected.
About ASMEAs a worldwide engineering society focused on technical, educational, and research issues, ASME International conducts one of the world's largest technical publishing operations, holds some thirty technical conferences and two hundred professional development courses each year, and sets many industrial and manufacturing standards. Since ASME's founding in 1880, engineers engaged in the mechanical arts and sciences have found a professional home in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Here they could meet and share ideas, plans, discoveries, and the results of their research. The History and Heritage program of ASME, in its presentday activities, began when a committee was formed in 1971 to administer its recognition program through a grassroots nomination process.
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