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Kanwaljeet Singh Bawa Bhalla
04-07-1996, 12:45 AM
i am very sorry the last mail got posted to the list -- wont happen again
--- PROMISE !!!!
sorry
bawa bhalla

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On Sun, 7 Apr 1996, Kanwaljeet Singh Bawa Bhalla wrote:

> dear Korntham,
> i am a mech engg gradute who's going to do a phd in biomechanics
> starting this fall -- so i am very interested in finding out the answer
> to the same question.
> will be obliged if u send me a copy of any tips u pick up.
> once you reply come in -- u REALLY will be appreciated
> regards bawa bhalla
>
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> K S BAWA BHALLA |
> PROJECT SCIENTIST | PHONE : (OFF) 666979 EXT 3161
> CENTRE FOR BIOMEDICAL ENGG. | EMAIL : bhalla@cbme.iitd.ernet.in
> IIT DELHI 110016 |
> INDIA |
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> On Sat, 6 Apr 1996, Korntham Sathirakul wrote:
>
> > Dear, all
> >
> > I'm a mechanical engineering student at Carnegie Mellon University.
> > I just got interested in the field of biomechanical engineering. I just
> > want to know if there are any good introduction books in the field I can
> > read. Basically, I don't have any background in biology, but kinematics
> > and robotics is my strong point. Please someone out there suggest me
> > some good introductory books that are appropriate for mechanical
> > engineering student like me. I'll be appreciated...
> >
> > Thank you,
> > Korntham
> >
>