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Engineering Sciences: Energy & Fluid Mechanics

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.


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Standards gives the assurance of quality and reliability (safety) as well as enables business sustainability through interoperability.

You can find standards online and learn more about them on the Standards LibGuide website.


A patent protects your invention and lets you take legal action against anyone who makes, uses, sells or imports your invention without your permission.

You can find patents online and learn more about them on the Patents LibGuide website.


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Professional societies

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.

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