Vibration testing of machines and their maintenance by GyoМ€rgy Lipovszky

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  • Vibration -- Measurement.,
  • Industrial equipment -- Maintenance and repair.

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Statementby György Lipovszky, Károly Sólyomvári, and Gábor Varga ; [translated by S. Bars and E. Darabant].
SeriesStudies in mechanical engineering ;, v. 10
ContributionsSólyomvári, Károly, 1934-, Vargá, Gábor, 1930-
LC ClassificationsTA355 .L51513 1990
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Paginationvii, 303 p. :
Number of Pages303
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Open LibraryOL2201647M
ISBN 100444988084
LC Control Number89023332

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