Good introductory engineering textbooks?

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I'd like to find out the names of well known and comprehensive introductory texts(at the undergraduate level) in electrical engineering, mechanical (and) aerospace engineering.
I'm looking at the something like what University Physics(Sears and Zemansky), Resnick and Halliday are in physics.
 

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I'd like to find out the names of well known and comprehensive introductory texts(at the undergraduate level) in electrical engineering, mechanical (and) aerospace engineering.
I'm looking at the something like what University Physics(Sears and Zemansky), Resnick and Halliday are in physics.
Have you looked in the Engineering Textbooks sub-forum here at the PF?

https://www.physicsforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=226

See if it looks like some of those textbooks are what you are looking for. :smile:
 

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