The Georgia Tech Engineer 1940-41 (Volume 4, No.1, Nov 1940 Through Volume 4, No.4, May 1941)

Price: $65.00

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Book Condition: Very Good+


four issues bound into one volume; immaculate and tight textblocks; each issue about 30pp.; subjects from the tables of content include: Engineering, A.C. Network Calculator, Fluid Drive, Bankhead Tunnel, 1940 Test Pilot, Frequency Modulation Research, Textiles in Defense, Aircraft Engine Lubrication, Fluorescent Lighting, Auto of Tomorrow, Electron Microscope, European Warplanes, Santee-Cooper Project, Tacoma Bridge Failure, Octane Number, Paper Industry, American Fighting Planes WWII, Plastics Progress, Housing the Draftee, Aerial Surveying, German Universities, Making of Steel, WWII Strategic Metals, WWII Sabotage, Atomic Energy, Bacteria, Design For Eye Appeal, Anti-Friction Bearings, New System of Measurement, Engineer in War, Control Instruments, History of Glass, Painless Metric System; these four issues were bound for Dr. Ray L. Sweigert, with his name gilt-embossed at the lower right corner of the front cover.

Title: The Georgia Tech Engineer 1940-41 (Volume 4, No.1, Nov 1940 Through Volume 4, No.4, May 1941)

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Illustrator: Photos, Diagrams, Drawings, Ads

Categories: Engineering, World War II,

Publisher: Atlanta, Georgia School of Technology:

Binding: Black Cloth

Book Condition: Very Good+

Type: Hard Cover

Size: 4to - Over 9 ¾" -12" Tall

Seller ID: 22195

Keywords: Engineering, A.C. Network Calculator, Fluid Drive, Bankhead Tunnel, 1940 Test Pilot, Frequency Modulation Research, Textiles in Defense, Aircraft Engine Lubrication, Fluorescent Lighting, Auto of Tomorrow, Electron Microscope, European Warplanes, Santee-Cooper Project, Tacoma Bridge Failure, Octane Number, Paper Industry, American Fighting Planes WWII, Plastics Progress, Housing the Draftee, Aerial Surveying, German Universities, Making of Steel, WWII Strategic Metals, WWII Sabotage, Atomic Energy, Bacteria, Design For Eye Appeal, Anti-Friction Bearings, New System of Measurement, Engineer in War, Control Instruments, History of Glass, Painless Metric System