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Million Book Project

Million Book Project

Million Book Project


   Try searching on some engineering subjects.  The books you will find are old, but they look interesting.  I am going to waste some serious time at home tonight.  :)


RE: Million Book Project

How can it be a waste of time to review some of the "classics" of your profession?  Nice link.


RE: Million Book Project

If you do find any classics please list them - so far I've yet to find anything that would qualify as a classic, rather like reading old "Model Engineering" magazines.


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RE: Million Book Project

Ah, here is the post.  I found Timoshenko's _Theory of Vibrations_, 2nd ed ('37) in there.

RE: Million Book Project

I would call "A Manual of Civil Engineering" by Rankine a Classic.

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