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100 1 _aBlack, Bruce J.
245 1 0 _aWorkshop processes, practices and materials /
_cBruce J. Black, C. Eng., MIEE, Formerly workshop director (wood, metal, plastics) Gwent College of Higher Education.
250 _aThird edition.
250 _aReprint edition.
264 1 _aOxford ;
_aBurlington :
_bNewnes / Elsevier,
300 _ax, 341 pages :
_billustrations ;
_c25 cm
336 _atext
337 _aunmediated
338 _avolume
500 _aReprinted of 2004 edition.
500 _aIncludes index.
520 _aWorkshop Processes, Practices and Materials is an ideal introduction to the workshop environment for students ready to embark on a career in engineering, or anyone who will be making use of an engineering workshop. Bruce Black distils workshop techniques and technology in a simple and straightforward style, with hundreds of useful illustrations included throughout the book. The third edition of this comprehensive and well-established text has been updated throughout, now featuring end of chapter review questions to aid student learning, and also includes new chapters on Moving Loads, as well as Drawing, Specifications and Data, with expanded material on Safety and Measuring Equipment. The broad coverage of this text ensures it will meet the requirements of a wide range of engineering courses world-wide. The new edition has matching to Performing Engineering Operations (PEO Level 2), covering units 1, 3, 4, 5, 9, 11 and 12, and will continue to cater for other courses at this level such as Intermediate GNVQ, BTEC First, Vocational GCSE and a range of NVQ Level 2 engineering courses from City and Guilds in the UK.
650 7 _aMachine-shop practice.
651 _2BUEsh
653 _bENGMEC
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