Industrial Furnaces, Vol. II by W. Trinks

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Number of Pages358
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Open LibraryOL9456196M
ISBN 100471890685
ISBN 109780471890683

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TRINKS, a global authority on steel mill roll pass design, governors, and industrial furnaces, published several books on these subjects in many languages. MAWHINNEY authored Practical Industrial Furnace Design and coauthored (with Trinks) Volume I, Fifth Edition and Volume II, Fourth Edition of Industrial Furnaces.

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