This page aims to give an overview of the available library materials, research support and subject-specific resources that may prove helpful to those studying in the fields of energy research, fluid mechanics and turbomachinery.
Specialist borrowable resources information services, support and guidance are available in the following libraries:
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From 1 September 2021, all users at academic institutions will need to have the FileOpen plug-in installed on your device in order to access BSI documents within BSOL. Find out more on what’s changing via the BSI website, and access the guidance document which allows you to test the plug-in feature.
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British Standards Online, including access to international ISO standards, (For off-campus access, use the eresources link and log in with your Raven account). Please see the note above and install the File Open plug in to use BSOL.
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The Division of Energy, Fluid Mechanics & Turbomachinery has several associated organisation and group media accounts to follow.
The Department of Engineering encourages staff to join institutions and societies that relate to their subject areas and may be able to pay membership fees. For more information, see the Membership of the Professional Engineering Institutions (PEIs) webpage.
Below is a list of the suggested professional societies for this subject. Wikipedia has a useful general list of engineering societies.