2 edition of Pneumatic components and computing devices for control systems. found in the catalog.
Pneumatic components and computing devices for control systems.
International Federation of Automatic Control. 1st international congress, Moscow, 1960
1963 by Butterworths in London .
|Contributions||Coales, J. F,|
|LC Classifications||TJ211 I545|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
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