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Title:
The groundwork of practical naval gunnery; a study of the principles and practice of exterior ballistics, as applied to naval gunnery, and of the computation and use of ballistic and range tables
Author:
Alger, Philip R. (Philip Rounseville), 1859-1912.
Publication Information:
Annapolis, Md. : The United States Naval Institute, 1915.
Physical Description:
329 pages, 1 l. : folded plates, folded tables, diagrams (part. folded) ; 26 cm
General Note:
"Probability table...and Interpolation formulae", in pocket at end.

"This revised work is based on Professor Alger's text book on Exterior ballistics (edition of 1906), and the additions to it concerning the Ingalls methods are from the Handbook of problems in exterior ballistics, Artillery circular N, series of 1893, Adjutant general's office (edition of 1900), prepared by Colonel Ingalls."--Pref.
Language:
English
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