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Advanced mathematics for technical students: part one

 This is the first part of a three-volume course in mathematics suitable for students of science and engineering who have reached the standard of a University Intermediate examination or an Ordinary National Certificate in engineering.
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1967

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Statistics: the how and the why

An introduction to statistics for sixth forms and for first-year students of science and engineering. As its title implies, it is written for those who are not content to be given a rule from which practical results can be obtained, but also want to 'know the reason why'.The proofs give are intended to satisfy this...
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1969

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O. N. mathematics: 2

 O. N. Mathematics deal simply and carefully with the essential mathematics required by the engineer, and cover fully the syllabuses of both the Ordinary National Certificate and Diploma examinations Volume 1.
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1968

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Basic engineering physics

This book begins with a simple qualitative account of the nucleus and the atom, leading to the structure of solids and the effect of heat, change of state and liquids and gases. Other chapters deal with vapours, temperature scales and measurement, mirrors, refraction, elementary acoustics and physical optics.
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1964

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How it works: the hovercraft

 The Hovercraft is a relatively new form of transport - quite different from a wheeled vehicle, ship or aeroplane - yet combining many of the capabilities of all three. The main features of hovercraft design and their method of operation are described in this book with superb colour illustrations and a text which...
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1969

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How it works: the rocket

 What happens when a rocket is launched? What makes it move ? How does it travel in the emptiness of space? How do they stay in orbit? These and many other facinating questions are answered in this book. Not all rockets are put into space: they have many other uses.This book is part of the Archive Collection...
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1967

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How it works: the aeroplane

 If you throw a ball into the air it comes down again at once. Why doesn't an aeroplane fall to the ground ? How does such a heavy machine get up there in the first place ? The answers to these and many other questions will be found in this well illustrated book.This book is part of the Archive Collection which...
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1967

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How it works: the motor car

 This book is part of the Archive Collection which is available to view at the National STEM Learning Centre.
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1965

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How it works: the motor cycle

 This well illustrated book helps both new and more experienced riders to understand their machines, and interests the many others who like to know how things work. It explains simply and clearly the operation of each part and ends with hints on safe riding and maintenance.This book is part of the Archive...
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1968

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People at work: the car makers

This book is part of the Archive Collection which is available to view at the National STEM Learning Centre.
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1968

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