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Find the best library resources for all aspects of automobiles, racecars, SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers), vehicle design.
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Reinventing the Automobile - William J. Mitchell, Chris E. Borroni-Bird & Lawrence D. Burns
Call Number: Bundoora East library: 629.2 M682
Publication Date: 2010

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The School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering generally uses the Harvard referencing style.

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You may be asked to use the SAE Technical Paper Style Guide. If you use EndNote, choose a numbered style like IEEE [1] or Vancouver (1).  When you submit a paper to SAE, they will use their template to generate references according to their requirements.

     

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