Re: [PipingDesign] Introduction

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Date: Fri Jan 11 2008 - 13:39:00 EST


A convenient place is Also study Crane Technical Paper 410, and lost of other materials that have been listed recently when the same question has been asked - look in the archives of this group.

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[PipingDesign] Introduction

Am S.Ashok from chennai working as Graduate engineer trainee. They have put me in piping group and i just want to know the basics about the Piping design and wat should read for this designing. Received on Fri Jan 11 13:39:00 2008

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