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There two books that are in the process of conversion from LaTeX to php with a script written in Potto Project. The Basics of Fluid Mechanics is partially translated. The Fundamentals of Compressible Mechanics books the latex2html translation and then minimum conversion to php is being replaced with straight conversion to a modern latex2php conversion build in Potto Project.

Fundamentals of Compressible Fluid Mechanics
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