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Library Materials for Electrical Engineering Technology

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Books on Electrical Engineering are found in the TK1 through TK6720 Library of Congress Classification range in the Circulating and Reference Collections, with TK454 for books on Electric Circuit Analysis. Books in TK7800 through TK8360 are helpful resources specific to Electronics.

Also, C++ books are found in QA76.73.C153 with other computer program language books, Fluid Power Technology in TJ840 through TJ843, Programmable Controllers (including Arduino) are located in TJ223.P76, Automatic Control, TJ213, and Process Control in TS156.8.


For more titles, search the Library Catalog using the subject terms listed above in bold.

♦  Circuit analysis for dummies / by John M. Santiago, Jr
TK454 .S26 2013
Hands-on guide, from understanding the lingo to using phasor and Laplace techniques to convert a calculus-based problem into one requiring only algebra. [6/16]
♦  The electrical engineering handbook.  (Each volume is part of the book series title.)

♦  Circuits, signals, and speech and image processing /
edited by Richard C. Dorf. 3rd ed.
Ref. TK5102.9 .E44 2006
♦  Computers, software engineering, and digital devices /
edited by Richard C. Dorf. 3rd ed.
Ref. TK7885 .E44 2006
♦  Electronics, power electronics, optoelectronics, microwaves, electromagnetics, and radar / edited by Richard C. Dorf. 3rd ed.
Ref. TK145 .E435 2006
 ♦  Sensors, nanoscience, biomedical engineering, and instruments / edited by Richard C. Dorf. 3rd ed.
Ref. R857.B54 E44 2006
♦  Systems, controls, embedded systems, energy, and machines /
edited by Richard C. Dorf. 3rd ed.
Ref. TK1001 .E44 2006

♦  Encyclopedia of electronic components / Charles Platt.
Ref. TK7870 .P594 2012  Vol. 1-3
Volume 1 covers power, electromagnetism, and discrete semi-conductors; volume 2 includes integrated circuits, and light and sound sources; and volume 3 covers a range of electronic sensing devices. Parts are clearly organized by component type, and each component description provides details about substitutions, common problems, and workarounds. [6/16]
♦  Engineering unit conversions / Michael R. Lindeburg. 4th ed.
Ref. TA332 .L56 2009
With more than 4500 conversions arranged for quick lookup, this is the most complete reference of its kind. Covers traditional English, conventional metric, and SI units in the fields of civil, mechanical, electrical, and chemical engineering. [6/16]
♦  Schaum's outlines electric circuits / Mahmood Nahvi, Joseph A. Edminister.
Gen. Coll. TK454 .E46 2011 [6/16] ]
♦  SolidWorks 2014 reference guide : a comprehensive reference guide with over 240 standalone tutorials / David C. Planchard.
Gen. Coll. T385 .P535 2014 [6/16]
♦  Standard handbook for electrical engineers  / H. Wayne Beaty, editor ; Donald G. Fink, late editor. 16th ed.
Ref. TK151 .S8 2013
Essential resource on electrical engineering data. Reference tool on generation, distribution, control, operation, and application of power.
13th ed. also available in the
Gen. Coll. [6/16]


Search EBSCO's Full Text Finder for Journal Titles, or by subject or simple keyword.
Suggested titles
below listed as (e-journals or electronic journals) can be located in the subscription service, EBSCO's Full Text Finder.

♦  Active and Passive Electronic Components (e-journal   1985 - present)
Devoted to the science and technology of all types of electronic components. [11/16]
♦  Ad-hoc & Sensor Wireless Networks (e-journal  2006 - present)
Seeks to provide an opportunity for researchers from computer science, engineering and mathematical backgrounds to disseminate and exchange knowledge in the rapidly emerging field of ad hoc and sensor wireless networks. [11/16]
♦  EC&M, Electrical Construction & Maintenance
(in Library 
Current 12 months only)  (e-journal 1997-2011) [3/17]
♦  Electronic Design (e-journal)
Articles, special reports, interviews, design applications, product innovations,
technology advances, product reviews and news of note for engineers and engineering managers worldwide.
[ [11/16]
♦  ENR (Engineering News-Record)
(in Library  
Current 12 months only) (e-journal  2001 - present) [3/17]
♦  Make: technology on your time (in Library  2014 - present
Focuses on do-it-yourself projects involving computers, electronics, robotics, metalworking, woodworking and other disciplines. Geared to people who like
making things and features complex projects which can often be completed with
cheap materials, including household items. The magazine also includes features
and rotating columns.   [3/17]
♦  Power Electronics Technology (e-journal  2002 - present)
Presents news and information of relevance to the power electronics industry. [11/16]

  Last update 20160609/CW