The father-son authoring duo of Kenneth G. Budinski and Michael K. Budinski to bear in this practical, reader-friendly introduction to engineering materials. Author: Budinski, Kenneth G; Subjects: Materials.; Matériaux.; Materials science. Summary: (NOTE: All chapters begin with Chapter Goals and Rationale. Home Kenneth G. Budinski Michael K. Budinski Engineering Materials Properties and Selection Engineering Materials Properties and Selection (9th Edition).
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Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection by Kenneth G. Budinski
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Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection
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