Engineering data on grey cast irons
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Engineering data on grey cast irons SI units by G. N. J. Gilbert

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Published by British Cast Iron Research Association in Birmingham .
Written in English


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StatementG.N.J. Gilbert.
ContributionsBritish Cast Iron Research Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination19p.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13953691M

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