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Houghton (E.F.) and Company. [from old catalog] (1950). A handbook of synthetic rubber packings. Philadelphia.

Houghton (E.F.) and Company. [from old catalog] (1957). A handbook of synthetic rubber and leather hydraulic and pneumatic packings. Philadelphia.

Houghton, B. (1970). Mechanical engineering: the sources of information. London, Bingley.

Houlden, B., R. Touche, et al. (1993). The mechanical engineering sector: a success story for management buy-outs. [London], Touche Ross & Co.

Houpis, C. H. and G. B. Lamont (1985). Digital control systems: theory, hardware, software. New York; London, McGraw-Hill.

Houpt, G. L. (1970). Science for mechanical engineering technicians: a part 1 course (T1, T2). Maidenhead, McGraw-Hill.

Houpt, G. L. (1973). Science for mechanical engineering technicians: a Part 2 course. [Maidenhead], McGraw-Hill.

Howard, I. and O. Commonwealth of Australia. Department of Defence. Defence Science and Technology (1994). A review of rolling element bearing vibration "detection, diagnosis and prognosis". Melbourne, DSTO.

Howard, P. J. (1966). Theory of machines: for Higher National Certificate courses. London, Macdonald & Co.

Howland, R. A. (2006). Intermediate dynamics: a linear algebraic approach. New York, Springer.

Hoyt, J. W., A. H. T. Division, et al., Eds. (1995). Fluid mechanics and heat transfer in sprays: Symposium: International mechanical engineering congress: Papers. ASME -publication- FED; vol 233, ASME.

Hoyt, J. W., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division., et al. (1995). Proceedings of the ASME Heat Transfer and Fluids Engineering Divisions: presented at the 1995 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 12-17, 1995, San Francisco, California. New York, American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Hsu, S. S. (1999). Response of stiffened and unstiffened mild steel plates to blast loading. Liverpool, Thesis Ph.D.

Hu, C. (1990). Wave forces on oscillating bodies with small forward speed.

Hu, H. and W. Zaihua (2002). Dynamics of controlled mechanical systems with delayed feedback. Berlin; London, Springer.

Hu, Z. (1992). Turbulence enhancement in spark-ignition engines.

Hu, Z. (1995). Spectral fatigue analysis techniques.

Huang, H.-k. a. (1956). Chi hsieh yüan li.

Huang, T. C., P. D. Spanos, et al. (1984). Random vibrations: presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 9-14, 1984. New York, American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Huang, X. (1995). Condensation on integral-fin tubes: effect of fin height, thickness and thermal conductivity.

Huang, Y. D. (1994). Three dimensional measurement based on theodolite-CCD cameras.

Hubka, V. and E. Czech Technical University Faculty of Mechanical, Eds. (1995). ICED 95: 10th International conference on engineering design: Papers, HEURISTA.

Huculak, P. (1978). A visibility analysis of obstacle detection experimentation in unopposed automotive headlighting = Une analyse d'expériences de visibilité de cibles en champ libre. [Ottawa], National Research Council Canada.

Huddy Eric, W. (1923). Mechanical Engineering Formulae, etc. London, E. & F. N. Spon.

Huddy, E. W. (1923). Mechanical Engineering Formulae: being a handbook of the principal formulae used in the course for the Mechanical Engineering Degree and for general use by Students Enginners and Designers. London, Spon.

Huddy, E. W. (1923). Mechanical engineering formulae: being a handbook of the principal formulae used in the course for the mechanical engineering degree and for general use by students, engineers and designers. London; New York, E. & F.N. Spon, Limited: Spon & Chamberlain.

Huddy, E. W. (1923). Mechanical engineering formulae: being a handbook of the principal formulae used in the course for the mechanical engineering degree, London & New York.

Hudson Institute. and American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Council on Public Affairs. Committee on Issues Identification (1999). Mechanical engineering in the 21st century: trends impacting the profession: a report to the Committee on Issues Identification, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME International. Indianapolis, Ind., Hudson Institute.

Hughes Thomas, P. (1947). Metals and plastics: production and processing. Chicago, Irwin-Farnham.

Hughes, C. H. (1921). Handbook of standard details for engineers, draftsmen and students. New York; London, D. Appleton and company.

Hughes, G. (1992). The interaction of ultrasonic waves with surface defects beneath layers of marine deposit.

Hulbert, L. E. and C. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Computer Technology (1977). Interactive computer graphics in engineering: presented at the winter annual meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, New York, December 5-10, 1976, sponsored by the Computer Technology Committee, Policy Board, Communication. New York, American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Hulek, T. (1996). Modelling of turbulent combustion using transported probability density function methods.

Hull James, P. and B. Sinclair (1980). A centennial history of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1880-1980. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

Hull Maury, L. and A. B. Division, Eds. (1995). 1995 Advances in bioengineering, ASME.

Hull, D. G. (2003). Optimal control theory for applications. New York; London, Springer.

Hull, D. R. (1996). Combustion technology in lean-burn spark-ignition engines.

Hulscher, W., P. Fraenkel, et al. (1994). The power guide: an international catalogue of small-scale energy equipment. London, Intermediate Technology Publications in association with the Technology and Development group, University of Twente.

Hulsen, M. A. (1992). The discontinuous Galerkin method with explicit Runge-Kutta time integration for hyperbolic and parabolic systems with source terms. Delft, Delft University of Technology.

Humber, W. (1866). A Record of the progress of modern engineering: comprising civil, mechanical, marine, hydraulic, railway, bridge, and other engineering works: with essays and review. London, Lockwood.


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