Free engineering reference book

I was searching for a formula to design torsion springs, and discovered
this free engineering reference with a huge, dense collection of good
information:
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[18 MB PDF file!]
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Richard J Kinch
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Thanks Richard, that's a great book.
John
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john johnson
Thanks for the invaluable reference. I see the organization which published it is located in Clemson, SC, just a 20 minute drive from my house. So, I want to add my GLOAT:
Twelve days ago, after about 6 years of study, my son graduated from Clemson University with a degree in Ceramic Engineering and Material Science. This was truly his effort, and we are quite proud of him. The fact that he has already gotten a job in that field, and is making more money than I do is (almost) irrelevant.
Now I'll be the only one making regular trips to Clemson, as I do a weekly radio show on the University radio station. For anyone who is interested in the arcane world of Progressive Rock of the 60s and 70s, I can be heard Sunday nights from 7:00 to 9:00 at
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(click on "Listening Station" - you will need Winamp). Due to the winter break, I won't be back on until 1/16/05, though.
Anyway, Congratulations, Gabe!!
Joe
Richard J K> I was searching for a formula to design torsion springs, and discovered
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Joe
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Boris Mohar
There is now a nev version of motionmountain on the net, since today. 1100 pages of of fun with physics. Enjoy!
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