Technology & Engineering
Technology & Engineering PDF books available for free download from our online reading library.
List of free eBooks in this page are
* Farm Engines and How to Run Them
* Mechanical Drawing Self-Taught
* Elevator Systems of the Eiffel Tower, 1889
* The Invention of the Sewing Machine
* The Mechanical Properties of Wood
* Woodworking Tools 1600-1900
Farm Engines and How to Run Them is an illustrated handbook by James H. Stephenson. It is a hands on guide to the farm engines basics, their understanding, installation and maintaining them with safety and economically.
Though this book was targeted for the students, it will be simultaneously useful for amateurs like small farmers. A special att..
Mechanical Drawing Self Taught is a text book written by Joshua Rose. This book can serve as a practical guide to beginners to make simple mechanical drawings without the need of an instructor.
It contains detailed instructions in the selection and preparation of drawing instruments and elementary instruction in practical mechanical drawing. Eac..
Elevator Systems of the Eiffel Tower, 1889, is an exploration of the one of the best known human works in the history written by Robert M. Vogel, Curator of United States National Museum.
While the Tower is one of the most outstanding technological achievements of an age, implementing an elevator system involved problems far greater than had bee..
The Invention of the Sewing Machine is a book about one of the most important inventions of 19th century written by Grace Rogers Cooper, curator of Smithsonian Institution remembered for her works of Thirteen-Star Flags: Keys to Identification and The Invention of the Sewing Machine.
This book explores the birth of Sewing machine, which pioneere..
The Mechanical Properties of Wood is written for forestry students in an attempt to provide them the essential knowledge and technical properties. This book is written by the American Botanist Samuel J. Record, one of the prominent scholars in the study of wood, who has travelled across Americas and had an amazing collection of 41000 identifi..
Woodworking Tools 1600-1900 is a gradual evolution of tools of generations of craftsmen during 17th to 20th century written by Peter Welsh, who served as curator of Smithsonian Institution's Museum of History and Technology in the United States. It is surprised to know how the craftsmanship grown from simple tools to sophisticated equipment used to..
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