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what is the best book for thermodynamics?(both basic and applied)

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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Engineering thermodynamics by tariq al-shemmeri
the book you specified is not upto the mark
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nurali please
Engineering Thermodynamics by PK Nag
i wnt thermodynamics problems link or book
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http://uploading.com/files/7c9d6dmb/Thermodynamics+by+PK+Nag.pdf
see i have everything reg pk nag...u give me some link for problems in exam
please nurali....u r my best friend
please ...soon....
Sorry no idea about problem.
U study this book and solved problem in the end chapter.
abhay help me dude
nurali if we study pk nag can we get good marks
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Yes ofcourse.

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