Development and use of computational grids for twin-inlet diesel engine applications
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Development and use of computational grids for twin-inlet diesel engine applications

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English

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StatementG.C.S. Nhumaio ; supervised byA.P. Watkins.
ContributionsWatkins, A.P., Mechanical Engineering(T.F.M.).
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Open LibraryOL19299456M

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