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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Indexes Australian conference proceedings, journals, technical publications; books, and unpublished work.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 full text, 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.
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