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Throughout the book, Walter Vincenti makes epistemology observations pertaining to engineering. Vincenti, Walter . and Charles H. Kruger. Introduction to Physical Gas Dynamics. The following are six of several observations made throughout the book.
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Walter Vincenti is professor emeritus of aeronautics and astronautics at Stanford University and a member of the . National Academy of Engineering. He is an acknowledged authority on transonic, supersonic, and high-temperature gas flows, and on the history of technology, particularly the epistemology of engineering. Vincenti was instrumental in establishing an interdisciplinary program for engineering and nonengineering students at Stanford University. This program is devoted to historical, ethical, and social studies of technology and engineering.
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Ammareal gives back up to 15% of this book's net price to charity organizations. Charles H. Kruger, C. H. Kruger Walter G. Published by Krieger Publishing Company (2009).
This book is the outgrowth of a series of courses developed and introduced to instruct students in the general features of high-temperature and nonequilibrium gas flows.
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