2 edition of Engineers and engineering in the Renaissance. found in the catalog.
Engineers and engineering in the Renaissance.
William Barclay Parsons
Bibliography: p.619-623. - Includes index.
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Shelves: renaissance, science, technology, 16th-century, 17th-century, 15th-century, france, renaissance-italy, architecture, engineering This book is more like an encyclopedia than a history. It was published posthumously from the author's notes and each section reads like a separate book/5.
OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The spirit of the Renaissance --The invention and application of machines in the Renaissance --Mining engineering in the Renaissance --Municipal and governmental engineering in the Renaissance --Hydraulic engineering in the Renaissance --Structural engineering in the Renaissance.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Parsons, William Barclay, Engineers and engineering in the Renaissance. Baltimore. From inside the book.
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: Engineers and Engineering in the Renaissance (): William Barclay Parsons, Robert S. Woodbury: BooksAuthor: William Barclay Parsons. It provides an entertaining and non-technical history of engineering from Ancient Egypt through the Renaissance, including some glimpses into East Indian and Chinese achievements and lots of insights into the relationship between governments and by: The field of chemical engineering is undergoing a global “renaissance,” with new processes, equipment, and sources changing literally every day.
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