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Engineering Resources

Engineering materials may be found in the following call number areas
and by searching the library catalog.

TA1-2140 General Engineering

TA349-359 Mechanics of Engineering, Applied Engineering

TA401-492 Materials of Engineering and Constructions

TA630-695 Structural Engineering

TJ1-1570 Mechanical Engineering

TK1-9971 Electrical Engineering


Reference Works

Dictionary of Engineering Terms Electronic Book
Engineering Encyclopedia Ref TA9.J65
Instrumentation and Control: Fundamentals and Applications Ref TA165.I59679
Technical Reference Handbook Ref T49.R3
Mark’s Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers Ref TJ151.S82
Van Nostrand’s Scientific Encyclopedia Ref Q121.V3


You may access the following databases from any computer workstation on campus. For off-campus access, please follow the instructions found on the library’s homepage under “Off-Campus Access Instructions”or click here for an online tutorial.

Biotechnology and Bioengineering Abstracts presents bibliographic coverage in all areas of bioengineering and biotechnology.

Computers & Applied Sciences Complete covers the research and development spectrum of the computing and applied sciences disciplines.

Mechanical Engineering Abstracts surveys and summarizes the literature in mechanical engineering, engineering management, and production engineering.

Academic Search Complete surveys and summarizes the literature in mechanical engineering, engineering management, and production engineering.

MasterFILE Premier is composed of full text journal and magazine articles, reference books, biographies, primary source documents, and an Image Collection.


Greatest Engineering Achievements of the Twentieth Century presents a brief introduction, timeline, and historical essay for each major achievement.

Intute: Science, Engineering & Technology provides thousands of annotated links to engineering, mathematics, and computing resources.

National Academy of Engineering (NAE) contains links to engineering, scientific and professional society Web sites. Also included is information on engineering research, information technology, the environment, and engineering education and practice.

Science.gov (Applied Science & Technologies) provides authoritative information on engineering from U.S. Government agencies, including research and development results.

A Sightseer's Guide to Engineering, sponsored by the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), this site highlights engineering achievements throughout the United States.

The Ultimate Civil Engineering Directory directs one to information on bridges, building codes and standards, geotechnical engineering, tall buildings and structures, transportation engineering and more.


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additional information, please
Ask a Librarian.