Below are a list of some popular databases in mechanical and industrial engineering. You can use these databases to find resources such as journal articles.
You can use a database to find articles related to mechanical and industrial engineering. A database will search across hundreds or even thousands of journals at once. U of T subscribes to multiple article databases that you can use to find articles from journals, conference proceedings, technical reports, and other sources of information.
Many of the top engineering databases are linked from Engineering & Computer Science Library's homepage under Major Resources. Many of these databases also cover mechanical and industrial engineering.
Search these databases using keywords or author names to find articles on your topic.
Many databases have direct full-text links to the article online. If there is no full-text link, you must look up the journal or conference title in the UT library catalogue.
Most indexes now have a 'get it!" button. Use this link to find online copies or to search the library catalogue automatically.
Got a great article or book? Check the references and look up the resource using following online tools:
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