McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Engineering
Every engineer benefits from the new McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Engineering
The McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Engineering is an authoritative reference that enables readers to keep up to date with today’s engineering. This world-renowned reference provides brief yet substantive articles from scientists and engineers at the forefront of their fields, summarizing the state of the art in engineering today. 500 pp.
Written in clear, simple language that will appeal to students and general readers, this is an essential resource for anyone wanting to explore the exciting developments in contemporary engineering.
The McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Engineering:
- Features over 900 articles encompassing the scope of engineering today
- Puts the world of engineering at your fingertips, in a conveniently portable, alphabetically organized volume
- Includes clear, concise, expert-authored coverage of topics such as aeronautical engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, classical mechanics, control systems, design engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, nuclear engineering, and systems engineering
- Provides illustrations, bibliographies, appendices, and other valuable supplements to the articles
- Carefully reviewed for accuracy, clarity, and completeness, the McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Engineering offers an unparalleled standard of excellence