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CE Bookshelf: March 2016

By Scott Jenkins |

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Belonging Nowhere: An Engineer in India and the United States. By Jimmy Mathur. Outskirts Press, Denver, Colo., 2015, 257 pages, $17.95.

The Engineering Communication Manual. By Richard House, Richard Layton, Jessica Livingston and Sean Moseley. Oxford University Press, 2016, 496 pages, $49.95.

Engineering Speaking by Design: Delivering Technical Presentations with Real Impact. By Edward Rothwell and Michael Cloud. CRC Press, 2015, 164 pages, $42.46.

Multiscale Modeling for Process Safety Applications. By Arnab Chakrabarty, Sam Mannan and Tahir Cagin. Elsevier Press, 2015, 444 pages, $150.00.

Pulp and Paper Industry: Energy Conservation. By Pratima Bajpai. Elsevier Press, 2016, 253 pages, $165.00.

Industrial Applications for Intelligent Polymers and Coatings. Edited by Majid Hosseini and Abdel Salam Hamdy Maklouf. Springer, 2016, 910 pages, $249.00.

Biotechnology for Biofuel Production and Optimization. Edited by Carrie Eckert and Cong Trinh. Elsevier Press, 2016, 572 pages, $150.00.

Fluid Bed Particle Processing for Busies, 2nd ed. By Dora Schultz, CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2016, 96 pages, $9.99.

Materials Processing: A Unified Approach to Processing of Metals, Ceramics and Polymers. By Lorraine Francis, Academic Press, 2016, 614 pages, $120.00.

A Literature Review on Cold Cracking of Petroleum Crude Oil. By the U.S. Dept. of Energy, CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2016, 28 pages, $12.95.

Encyclopedia of Iron, Steel, and Their Alloys, a five-volume set. Edited by Rafael Colas and George Totten, CRC Press, 2016, 4,238 pages. $1,995.00.

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