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geeyes
which site will give me chance to download text books of mechanicl engineering View All


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Dupree
There are plenty of e-books available on the internet that are related to engineering. Some are free, some have an associated cost (usually quite low because they are distributed in PDF format). However, actual mechanical engineering text books for classes are more difficult to find. The reason being that text books are so expensive to purchase. If they were made available in a digital version, the publishing company would likely lose a lot of money. Try doing a search on google or yahoo for enigneering e-books and see if you find what you are looking for.

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Linchpin
I found this site that has a lot of mechanical related e-books. Nt sure if these are what you are looking for or whether you are looking for specific text books...http://esnips.com/web/wong-mechanical.

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tom tom
These sites offer some good books:

http://www.onesmartclick.com/engineering/engineering.html

www.pearsoned.co.uk/Bookshop/subject.asp?item=4 - 87k

http://www.techbooksforfree.com/science.shtml

http://www.feedforward.com.au/mechanical_engineer_ebooks.htm


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