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TA174 .T52 2005 : In the bubble : Designing in a complex world / John Thackara.
TA185 .H55 2010 : Engineering money : financial fundamentals for engineers / Richard Hill, George Solt.
TA190 .B95 1905 : Inspection of the materials and workmanship employed in construction : a reference book for the use of inspectors, superintendents, and others engaged in construction of public and private works ... / by Austin T. Byrne.
TA357 .S517 2000 : A physical introduction to fluid mechanics / Alexander J. Smits.
TA357.5.D37 T44 2016 : Thermofluid modeling for energy efficiency applications / edited by M. Masud K. Khan (professor of mechanical engineering, School of Engineering and Technology, Central Queensland University, Australia), Nur M.S. Hassan (research fellow, School of Engineering and Technology, Central Queensland University, Australia).
TA418.7 .J87 1996 : Surfaces : visual research for artists, architects, and designers / Judy A. Juracek.
TA418.7 .S726 2009 : Surface analysis : the principal techniques / editors, John C. Vickerman, Ian S. Gilmore.
TA418.74 .I62 1994 : Introduction to life prediction of industrial plant materials : application of the extreme value statistical method for corrosion analysis / edited by Japan Society of Corrosion Engineering ; coordinating editor, Masamichi Kowaka ; contributors, Hiroyuki Tsuge ... [and others].
TA418.78 S65 2000 : A primer for sampling solids, liquids, and gases : based on the seven sampling errors of Pierre Gy / Patricia L. Smith.
TA418.9.C6 S796 2015 : Sustainable composites : fibers, resins and applications / Anil N. Netravali, Ph.D., Professor of Fiber Science, Cornell University, Christopher M. Pastore, Ph.D., Professor of Transdisciplinary Studies, Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce, Philadelphia University.