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Title : Specifications for two horizontal direct-acting triple-expansion screw-engines for cruisers nos. 4 & 5 of 4,083 tons displacement, the engines with their auxiliaries of 10,500 i.h.p. under forced draught ...
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ISBN : 2940005074430
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Number of Pages : 162 Pages
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