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The most comprehensive interdisciplinary engineering database in the world with over 9 million records referencing 5,000 engineering journals and conference materials dating from 1884.
Engine: Australian engineering database
Indexes Australian conference proceedings, journals, technical publications; books, and unpublished work. Produced by the Institution of Engineers, Australia. 1980+
Engineering collection via Informit online
Provides access to full text resources across all engineering disciplines. Australian, 1985+
A fulltext, multidisciplinary database whose strength is in science, medicine and technology. Backfiles 1820+ full text 1994+
A comprehensive collection of multidisciplinary engineering content. It is derived from a selection of more than 250 engineering monographs, and textbooks and complete online access to McGraw-Hill’s renowned engineering handbooks.
Covers the broadest available coverage of scientific, technical, medical and social science literature including: 15,000 peer-reviewed journals from more than 4,000 international publishers.
Web of science
The Web of science delivers web-based access to the citation indexes: Science citation index 1945+, Social sciences citation index 1956+, Arts & humanities citation index 1975+
Provides online access to hundreds of full text Engineering Handbooks covering all fields of Engineering including Computer Engineering and Systems Engineering.
Video journal of research methods in mechanical, electrical, materials and chemical engineering.
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