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.
The Glen H. Hiner Distiguised Lecture was held at the Benjamin M. Statler College on November 12, 2015.
Carol Battershall, Deputy Director for Energy Systems and Intergration at the US Dept. of Energy presented a lecture covering "The Department of Energy's Quadrenneial Energy Review of U.S. Infrastructure."
The report can be found here: http://energy.gov/epsa/downloads/quadrennial-energy-review-full-report
The Quadrennial Energy Review (QER)'s main webpage: http://energy.gov/epsa/quadrennial-energy-review-qer
For statistics about energy see the EIA (Energy Information Administration).
Electronic access to Jane's All the World's Aircraft: Development and Production. Download images and text in MSWORD or PDF format.
The Royal Society of Chemistry's Merck Index is a source of information on chemicals, drugs and biologicals. The advanced search offers a number of ways to discover chemicals using both text and properties. Researchers may also search by structure and named reactions.
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