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Marine Boilers, Third Edition provides practical information about boilers and other relevant equipment used at sea on steam and motor vessels.
The coverage of the book includes auxiliary boilers, water tube boilers, and boiler mountings. The text also covers stresses in boiler shells; combustion of fuel in boilers; and boiler operation.
The book will be of great use to marine engineers, mechanics, and technicians who primarily deals with marine-related machineries.
Published: Elsevier Science an imprint of Elsevier Books Reference on
ISBN: 9781483105338
List price: $31.95
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