Engineering applies science and mathematics to solve practical problems from everyday life. Engineering uses physics, chemistry, materials science, mechanics, thermodynamics, systems analysis and mathematics to create a new and optimal solution.
This guide presents different tools available to engineers: books, articles, and handbooks and encyclopaedias. Other tools will be added later.
Come! Learn from the masters!
The Health Sciences Innovation Center and the WVU Libraries will cosponsor an event on Thursday, September 29, 2016 at the Evansdale Library.
Representatives from the United States Patent & Trademark Office will introduce intellectual property and will provide hands-on training for patent and trademark searching.
Panel discussion from WVU Services will also take place to highlight programs offered at WVU.
Registration for this event is now available at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/patents-trademarks-hands-on-learn-from-the-masters-tickets-26878908539
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. A 4:30 reception to conclude the day’s event. Please mark your calendar to come for all or part of the day.
Selected titles from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) publications list: AIAA Meeting Papers, AIAA Journal, Journal of Aircraft, Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, and Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets.
Hundreds of hours of video and thousands of pages of text resources to meet the growing needs of engineering programs worldwide. The collection provides in-depth coverage for engineering case studies and failures, from the Titanic to the Challenger space shuttle explosion, to help students and scholars understand each case's valuable takeaways.
Landolt-Börnstein Database is a systematic database of selected and critically assessed data in the physical sciences. It provides access to more than 250,000 substances & material systems, 3,000 properties and more than 1,2 million literature references. Search for substances or element systems, properties, molecular formulas or CAS registry numbers.
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