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Presidential address : the Institution of Gas Engineers (Australia), 61st Conference and Annual General Meeting, 4-5th March 1985 : innovation, a world of manuals / Derek Beveridge
Bib ID 1579222
Format BookBook
Author
Beveridge, Derek
 
Description [Sydney] : The Institution of Gas Engineers, 1985 
5 leaves ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Gas industry -- Technological innovations.
Other authors/contributors Institution of Gas Engineers (Australia). Conference (61st :, 1985)
Also Titled

Innovation: a world of manuals

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