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Nautical Architects & Boat-Making Folk: free downloadable books

Structural analysis, mechanics of materials, electromechanical systems, signals and systems, command and control, maneuvering systems, oceanography --- can you folk use any of these?


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Re: Nautical Architects & Boat-Making Folk: free downloadable books

I had forgotten about the Open Course page until I clicked that. Bookmarked again, and thanks for the reminder! Great stuff for sure!
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