Effects of junction manufacture on thermocouple emf generation (Engineering progress at the University of Florida)
|Author||Erich A Farber|
|Catalog Number List||Catalog Number List Element: B0007HD8ZK|
|Label||Florida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, College of Engineering, University of Florida|
|Manufacturer||Florida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, College of Engineering, University of Florida|
|Number Of Pages||8|
|Product Type Name||ABIS_BOOK|
|Publisher||Florida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, College of Engineering, University of Florida|
|Studio||Florida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, College of Engineering, University of Florida|
|Title||Effects of junction manufacture on thermocouple emf generation (Engineering progress at the University of Florida)|
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