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Posted April 1, 2010
This work was originally part of a series intended for mechanical engineers; however, I bought it as a guide and desk reference for planning & reporting electrical and general engineering projects. I find its layout clear, concise, and orderly. Its flow is very logical, and the content is timeless less and relevant. Its depth is sufficient for a rigorous text book while remaining practical as a desk reference. In breadth it covers the major aspects of any engineering or applied science project (design, test, production or experiment). In short an excellent book for all engineers, applied scientists, there supervisors and those working in the engineering and applied science fields. This would also make an excellent "Style Guide" for any institution, business, or government agency.
It would be wonderful to see it reprinted, perhaps with a title suggestive of it much broader value and application. That said, this is destined to quickly become one of my prized and most heavily used reference manuals.