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Automotive engineering

This guide provides an overview of research materials available in the area of automotive engineering including hybrid and internal combustion engines as well as automotive regulations and standards.  Depending on your area of research, print materials may be held at more than one library.

Research databases

Use the following databases to get started on your research.

Stanford Libraries » Online resource » eResource
The Society of Automotive Engineering (SAE) Digital library includes SAE Technical Papers since 1906 and access to standards, regulations, journals, and reports.
New York [etc.]
SAL3 (off-campus storage) » Stacks » Z5851 .E62 V.95:PT.10 1996
Compendex is a database of engineering research containing references and abstracts from engineering journals, conferences and technical reports. Compendex covers citations from 1884 to the present.
Stanford Libraries » Online resource » eResource
ISI Web of Knowledge provides a single search option to search across multiple resources including Web of Science, Derwent innovations index, BIOSIS, CAB Abstracts, INSPEC, MEDLINE, Zoological Record, and ISI Journal citation reports.
[New York] : Elsevier, 2004-
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Scopus has particularly strong international coverage of science and technology. Scopus includes sophisticated tools to track, analyze and visualize research.

Automotive engineering handbooks

The following is a portion of the automotive handbooks in our collection.  Click the "see all" link to view our complete holdings in SearchWorks.

  1. Jiri George Drobny. 2020

  2. edited by Ryszard M. Kozłowski, Maria Mackiewicz-Talarczyk. 2020

  3. edited by Christopher C. White, Mark E. Nichols and James E. Pickett. 2020

  4. John Volakis. 2019