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Automotive Engineering   Tags: automotive_engineering, engineering, sae, stansfield, vtc  

Find the best library resources for all aspects of automobiles, racecars, SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers), vehicle design.
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Encyclopedia of Automotive Engineering
ISBN: 0470974028
Contains excellent overviews of current automotive engineering technologies, eg Engines - Fundamentals, Materials & manufacturing, etc.

eFunda: Engineering Fundamentals (website)
The eFunda site aims to provide concise and reliable information for professional engineers to meet the majority of their daily reference needs.


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