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This ready-reference contains valuable insight for the engineer faced with design and manufacture decisions. A continuation of Sanders' two volumes on maintenance and repair, this volume represents the first in a subsequent two volume set on mechanical design and manufacture, completing the remaining portion of his popular seminar. In this volume, Sanders turns his focus to design options and the challenges faced in selecting and arranging the components to optimize unit performance efficiency, reliability, and safety, providing the reader with the necessary information to evaluate the performance, refurbishment, and upgrading of a unit. This book lets you: select the right components and find optimal unit arrangement; understand the mechanical design and development process; and, organize and prepare performance testing
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William Sanders (born April 28, 1942) is an American speculative fiction writer, primarily of short fiction, and was the senior editor of the now defunct online science fiction magazine Helix SF
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