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Table Of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments
1. Introduction: Engineering As Knowledge
2. Design and the Growth of Knowledge: The David Wing and the Problem of Airfoil Design, 1980-1945
3. Establishment of Design Requirements: Flying-Quality Specifications for American Aircraft, 1918-1943
4. A Theoretical Tool for Design: Control-Volume Analysis, 1912-1953
5. Data for Design: The Aur Propeller Test of W.F. Durand and E.P. Lesley, 1916-1926
6. Design and Production: The Innovation of Flush Riveting in American Airplanes, 1930-1950
7. The Anatomy of Engineering Design Knowledge
8. A Variation-Selection Model for the Growth of Engineering Knowledge