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Mechanical Engineering

Subject guide to Engineering resources for study and research of the subject

Internet Resources

CFD online

presents a collection of resources related to computational fluid dynamics. Provides access to academic organizations, companies, and other organizations related to computational fluid dynamics. Highlights resources on topics such as turbulence, hypersonic flow, mesh generation, adaptive mesh refinement, finite element methods, parallel computers, and Cartesian grid methods. Includes related software, references, documents, forums and newsgroups, conferences, and career resources.  


Green Technology & Alternative Energy Information Center

explains Green Technology and Alternative Energy materials science, including an explanation of the technology and materials used in solar energy, fuel cells, sustainable growth, related nanomaterials and other “Green” initiatives.  


Materials Research Society (MRS)

is an organization of materials researchers from academia, industry and government that promotes communication for the advancement of interdisciplinary material research to improve quality of life. The Materials Research Society is a not-for-profit organization which brings together scientists, engineers and research managers from industry, government, academia and research laboratories to share findings in the research and development of new materials of technological importance. MRS also promotes communication exchange through publication of symposium proceedings, MRS Bulletin, Journal of Materials Research, and other publications, databases and videotapes related to current research activities.  


Nano, quantum & statistical mechanics & thermodynamics educational sites

is a categorized list of links to selected Web sites related to the subjects. Compiled by the Thermodynamics Research Laboratory,the University of Illinois at Chicago.  


Open Archives Initiative Information in Engineering, Computer Science, and Physics

provides access to selected OAI-compliant repositories in computer science, engineering, physics and related subject areas. Among its common or uncommon ones are, IoP e-journals in Physics and related disciplines, Caltech e-Thesis and Dissertations.  


Vibration Institute

is a nationally recognized not-for-profit organization dedicated to the exchange of practical information about vibration and condition monitoring.

Research Relevant Links

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