The ASME Digital Collection (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) provides current and authoritative peer-reviewed content in mechanical engineering and related engineering fields such as renewable energy, boiler and pressure vessels, building and construction, manufacturing and processing, robotics and mechatronics, automotive systems and computer information in engineering. The ASME Digital Collection includes: ASME's Transaction Journals from 1959 to the present, ASME's Conference Proceedings from 2000 to the present and ASME eBooks selected from 1993 to the present
The ASME Standards Collection (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) provides leading and authoritative ASME codes and standards associated with the practice of mechanical engineering. These codes and standards cover topics including construction, environmental engineering, boiler engineering, boiler and pressure vessel code (BPVC), geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, drafting, cutting and hand tools, air and gas treatment, computer aided design, and energy efficiency.
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Contains full text, peer-reviewed scholarly and scientific articles in psychology from journals published by the American Psychological Association (APA), its imprint the Educational Publishing Foundation (EPF), and from allied organizations including the Canadian Psychological Association and the Hogrefe Publishing Group.
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