2 edition of World metric standardization found in the catalog.
World metric standardization
World Metric Standardization Council.
|Statement||comp. by Aubrey Drury, in collaboration with Clifton Hildebrand, W. Mortimer Crocker, Harry Allcock ... and other members of the World metric standardization council.|
|Contributions||Drury, Aubrey, 1891-1959, comp.|
|LC Classifications||QC91 .W68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., -524,  p.|
|Number of Pages||524|
|LC Control Number||22010566|
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World Metric Standardization: An Urgent Issue; a Volume of Testimony Urging Worldwide Adoption of the Metric Units of Weights and Measures--Meter--Liter--Gram Paperback – January 8, by World Metric Standardization Council (Creator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Format: Paperback. The World Metric Standards for Engineering was published by Industrial Press (NY) The book title was changed to Metric Standards for Worldwide Manufacturing and called second edition which was published by ASME Press (NY) The is an improved and updated version of the first by: 1.
World Metric Standardization Council. World metric standardization. San Francisco, New York World metric standardization council [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Aubrey Drury; World Metric Standardization Council.
International standards are herein listed and compared to major industrial World metric standardization book of global GDP) national standards throughout this book (see Fig. American National Standards for metric products are the basis for all tables in this publication when available.
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