This edition of Mathematics for Plumbers and Pipefitters continues to teach the essential math concepts that have made the book the outstanding reference in its field. A collection of modern fitting materials demonstrates the various math concepts, and the book emphasizes a problem-solving methodology that can be applied to both current and future materials and job situations in plumbing and pipefitting. Enhancements to the text include simplified explanations, new drawings, a new unit on calculating partial volumes in odd-shaped tanks, and a reworked unit on heat-loss calculations that has been revised to keep pace with modern heat-loss methods.
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Lee Smith is a Registered Master Plumber and certified vocational math instructor. His many years of practical and teaching experience in the pipe trades includes domestic and industrial work in the areas of refrigeration and air conditioning, deep sea diving vehicles, and nuclear piping. In addition to several certificates in the trades, Mr. Smith has held Master Plumber credentials for forty years. He earned his A.A.in applied science and technology from Thomas A. Edison State College, and his B.A. and M.A. degrees in education from Temple University.Review:
1. Review of Fundamentals. 2. Pipe Length Calculations. 3. Sheet Metal Work. 4. Volumes, Pressures, Capacities. 5. Physics. 6. Heating. 7. The Builder's Level. 8. The Business of Plumbing.
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Descripción Delmar Publishers, 1982. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0827302916
Descripción Delmar Cengage Learning. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Fair. Nº de ref. de la librería G0827302916I5N00