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Edition: 10th Edition Binder Ready Version
Publication Date: 2012
John A. Roberson, Barbara C. Williams, Donald F. Elger, Clayton T. Crowe
John A. Roberson is the author of 'Engineering Fluid Mechanics', published 2012 under ISBN 9781118372203 and ISBN 1118372204.
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