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  • Exploring Engineeringby Philip Kosky; Robert T. Balmer; William D. Keat; George Wise

    Elsevier Science 2009; US$ 89.95

    Winner in its first edition of the Best New Undergraduate Textbook by the Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the American Association of Publishers (AAP), Kosky, et al is the first text offering an introduction to the major engineering fields, and the engineering design process, with an interdisciplinary case study approach. It introduces... more...

  • Exploring Engineeringby George Wise; Philip Kosky; Robert T. Balmer; William D. Keat

    Elsevier Science 2006; US$ 54.95

    Nearly all 4-year college engineering programs, and even some 2-year engineering technology programs, have some form of ?introduction to engineering” requirement for incoming freshman. Moreover,many incoming freshman engineers do not yet have an engineering major in mind. Yet at the same time, U.S. engineering schools are emphasizing engineering as... more...

  • Exploring Engineeringby Robert T. Balmer; William D. Keat; George Wise; Philip Kosky

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 89.95

    Engineers solve problems, and work on emerging challenges in a wide range of areas important to improving quality of life; areas like sustainable energy, access to clean water, and improved communications and health care technologies.  Kosky et. al. explore the world of engineering by introducing the reader to what engineers do, the fundamental principles... more...

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