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Mechanical Engineering

This guide is designed as a starting point for doing engineering research using Preston Library's resources.

Introduction to Mechancial Engineering Research

Welcome to Preston Library's research resources for Mechanical Engineering!

Contact us for assistance with your research questions about: 

  • the production, control and utilization of energy and motion in systems to benefit society
  • including aerospace, power, HVAC, bioengineering, manufacturing, management, and a host of others. (From VMI's Mechanical Engineering webpage).

Use the tabs on the left-hand side to find:

  • Background sources such as, but not limited to, dictionaries and encyclopedias provide context for your topic or even help you choose one. 
  • Books that provide in-depth information on broad subject areas.
  • Articles that provide information on very specific, narrow topics. The Library purchases article databases so you may access articles for your topic – for free. 

And more...

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