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A text-book of mechanical engineering, (London, Chapman and Hall, ), by Wilfrid James Lineham (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Mechanics of engineering. Theoretical mechanics, with an introduction to the calculus.
Designed as a text-book for technical schools and colleges, and for the use of engineers, architects, etc.