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Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

This Guide is in support of the research and teaching needs of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at U.Va.

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Best Databases for Aerospace Engineering

  • SAGE IMechE Journal Collection
    The IMechE journals cover all aspects of mechanical engineering from 1847 to the present day. Each of the other 18 journals, including the 16 proceedings of the IMechE, is focused on particular area of engineering to offer a greater depth of coverage in mechanical engineering.

 

  • ASME Digital Collection
    Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME is the premier professional membership organization for more than 127,000 mechanical engineers and associated members worldwide. ASME also conducts one of the largest technical publishing operations in the world, offering thousands of titles including some of the profession's most prestigious journals, conference proceedings, and ASME Press books.

More Databses

To see a complete list of available Electrical and Computer Engineering databases, click on the Find Articles tab above.

To search for books about Electrical and Computer Engineering, click on the Find Books tab above.

You can access additonal kinds of information relating to Aerospace Engineering using the other tabs above.

The Spectra

The Spectra Engineering and Science Research Journal is now searching for UVa undergraduates to submit their research for publication. Any student may submit. Successful papers will portray a variety of criteria such as originality, depth of technical analysis, diversity, intellectual insight, and transformative research. Paper submissions are open to any discipline provided a faculty member approves the document based on technical accuracy. For more information visit The Spectra web page.

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