by William H. Hay
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Publication Info: 758 pages
John Wiley & Sons Inc; ISBN: 0471364002; Dimensions (in inches): 6.25x9.5
Description: This book gives a comprehensive look at the railroad industry. It meets a continuing need by students and the railroad industry as an up-to-date text that presents the basic principles of railroad engineering and an application of these principles.
Part I discusses the Principles of Location and Operation based on the assumption that a railroad must be located before it can be built. Track analysis, as a basis for track and track component design and use, introduces Part II, on construction and maintenance. Study problems are included in Appendices A and B as a means of indicating how some of the principles can be applied. Easy to read style. Hardcover.
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