What books do you have?

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What books do you have?

Post by Viv » Wed Dec 01, 2004 10:47 pm

Just an idea folks but what books do you have on your book shelf to do with pulse jets?

That includes enginering books, referance, and any thing even remotly connected to our hobby of smoke and fire that you think would be interesting.

Please include the title in full and the auther with a publication date if possible.

That will make it easier for people to search out there own copys if they like the look of them.

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Re: What books do you have?

Post by Mike Kirney » Thu Dec 02, 2004 6:44 am

I have no actual hard-copy books dealing with pulsejets or pulsating combustion. All of my documents are from the 'net and I can't even begin to catalogue them here. I bet I have 100 different files that are related to pulsating combustion devices.
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Re: What books do you have?

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Re: What books do you have?

Post by mk » Thu Dec 02, 2004 9:19 pm

Ditto (II).
...only a lot documents and patents (I wouldn't call the most of them books) from the net.

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Re: What books do you have?

Post by Mark » Fri Dec 03, 2004 12:21 am

I have a crappy copy of Tharratt, a published edition with the help of Project Squid--Reynst's Pulsating Combustion in three languages, and "The First International Symposium on Pulsating Combustion." (1971 Proceedings, edited by D.J. Brown,September 20th-23rd, University of Sheffeild, Sheffeild, England.)
And then I have Bob Bazoskie's "Field Guide to Spotting Stainless Steel Objects That Might Pulsate If Given A Chance."
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