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May 10, 2007 · These rules of thumb are the result of preserving and structuring the immense knowledge of experienced engineers collected and compiled by the author - an experienced engineer himself - into an invaluable book that helps younger engineers find their way from symptoms to causes. These rules of thumb are the result of preserving and structuring the immense knowledge of experienced engineers collected and compiled by the author - an experienced engineer himself - into an invaluable book that helps younger engineers find their way from symptoms to causes.Brand: Wiley-VCH.

Apr 09, 2007 · These rules of thumb are the result of preserving and structuring the immense knowledge of experienced engineers collected and compiled by the author - an experienced engineer himself - into an invaluable book that helps younger engineers find their way from symptoms to causes.Author: Donald R. Woods. The book Rules of Thumb in Engineering Practice is a synthesis of data from the author’s experience which can help the engineers solve problems concerning process design, improvement, operation and maintenance. The author Donald R. Woods, who is Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at McMaster University, conducted research in the field.

Rules of Thumb in Engineering Practice by Donald R. Woods available in Hardcover on Powells.com, also read synopsis and reviews. An immense treasure trove containing hundreds of equipment symptoms, arranged so as to allow swift Author: Donald R. Woods. Rules of thumb in engineering practice. [Donald R Woods] -- "Here is a handy, concise reference to save engineers time and effort in solving problems in design, process improvement.