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Engineering and Technology

Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Engineering and Technology books are authored by professionals and academics working at the forefront of their respective fields, from aerospace and automotive to marine and mechanical engineering. Our books in this area are developed from our authors’ years of technological practice, and also comprise a growing number of engineering textbooks for students and new researchers. As a whole, the collection will be an important benchmark for future research and innovation across the entirety of the Physical Sciences.

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Electronics and Microprocessing for Research, 2nd Edition

This is an introductory course textbook in electronics, programming, and microprocessing. It explains how to connect and control various electronic components, how to wire and read common types of sensors, and how to amplify, filter, and smooth sensor readings. This will allow the learner to start designing and building their own e...

Wet Combustion and Water Vapor Pump-cycle Efficiency

In the past, water was used as an anti-knock agent or as an “additive” component to improve combustion quality and to boost engine power. Today, in a context of severe environmental requirements and energy saving responsibilities, the proper use of water continues to offer many possibilities to serve both environmental and energy s...

Modelling Emergency Situations in the Drilling of Deep Boreholes

The era of easily acquiring oil and gas is over. Now, to extract these resources, deep vertical and curvilinear, off-shore and ground-based boreholes are drilled in inclement climate conditions and in complex heterogeneous tectonic rocks. Additional novelties have also been assimilated into these technologies by the shale revolutio...

Solving the Mysteries of the Solid Elements (From the Origin of Elements to Machine Parts)

Most of the elements in the periodic table are metallic or semi-metallic elements. This book graphically represents these elements, allowing their nature to be interpreted in more detail. Each element is plotted in a diagram with thermal conductivity on the abscissa and the Young’s modulus on the ordinate....
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