Jan 25

Introducing E-Reader, EnggLib’s newest service of lending an electronic reader (currently available as iPad) that contains the e-book collection and shortcuts to online academic journal databases subscribed to by the Library.

The service is available to student and faculty members of the UP College of Engineering. For further details on how to borrow the E-Reader, visit the Circulation Section at EnggLib.

Jan 10

Publishing 15 issues per year, Heat Transfer Engineering is an unparalleled resource for key advances in the field of heat transfer for the practicing engineer and other workers in this field. In a clear, easy-to-read format, the journal includes refereed papers of original work, state-of-the-art reviews, articles on new developments in equipment or practices, reviews of fundamentals, heat in history articles, book reviews, news items on people and companies in the field, announcements of meetings and educational programs, directories of companies offering equipment or services, advertising, and any other items that may be appropriate.

 

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Click here to go to Heat Transfer Engineering Journal

Accessible within UP Diliman (DilNet) only.

Dec 11

 

Abstract:

This paper describes the 50-year view by the UK Government’s Foresight programme of the future of intelligent transport infrastructure, its implications and its social context. By 2055, it is envisaged that intelligence and pervasive information will be built in to everyday life, encompassing needs to communicate and travel. People will better understand the resource implications as well as the direct costs of their lifestyles—and perhaps they will actually travel less. However, given the slow speed at which infrastructure systems adapt, the research concluded that civil engineers need to start planning now for the inevitable travel revolution. The paper is based on the author’s 2006 Unwin lecture, delivered to the Institution of Civil Engineers and Institution of Mechanical Engineers on 6 April 2006, prepared with Phil Blythe of Newcastle University.

 

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Source: Civil Engineering Innovation, Volume 2, Issue 2, 02 June 2008 , pages 87 –92
Direct link: http://bit.ly/SN3jGQ

Accessible within UP Diliman (DilNet) only.

Dec 5

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Abstract: The aim of ergonomics in design is to maximise the human contribution to system performance, and to ensure that users are not overloaded in their activities. The optimum ‘allocation of functions’ between the users and the rest of the system must be achieved, and the user-system interface must be compatible with human capabilities and limitations. Task descriptions, and approaches to modelling user behaviour, help in this. Both the hardware interface and the software interface are important in computer-based systems. Other aspects of system design with substantial ergonomics content are procedural aids, the workspace and environmental aspects. Good ergonomics practice demands comprehensive consideration of all the facets of human interaction with the system.

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Source: IEE PROCEEDINGS, Vol. 130, Pt. A, No. 4, JUNE 1983
Direct link: http://bit.ly/SQbHTZ

Accessible within UP Diliman (DilNet) only.

Nov 27

Using a single query box, you may now search the e-book and e-journal databases. Just visit http://www.engglib.upd.edu.ph/ and look for the search bar* by the homepage. Then choose e-journals from the dropdown menu.

* The same query bar acts as our OPAC, too.

 

Databases included in the federated search are the following:

ACM Digital Library

American Chemical Society (ACS)

ASCE Online Journals

ASME Publications

ASTM Standards Source

CRCnetBASE: CHEMLIBnetBASE (e-books)

CRCnetBASE: ENGnetBASE (e-books)

CRCnetBASE: ENVIROnetBASE (e-books)

CRCnetBASE: ITKnowledgeBASE (e-books)

EBSCO MetaPress

Gale Virtual Reference Library  (e-books)

IEEE Xplore

INFORMS PubsOnline

Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) Virtual Library

Nature Materials

ScienceDirect

Scopus

SIAM Journals Online (1997-present)

SIAM Online Journal Archive (1952-1995)

SpringerLink

Taylor & Francis Online — All Content (e-books)

Taylor & Francis Online — All Journals

Wiley Journals

World Scientific Online

 

For databases not included in the list, you may still access them via the website. Just go to www.engglib.upd.edu.ph, hover to the Resources dropdown tab and click E-Resources, and then choose Subscriptions at the sidebar.

 

Alternatively, click this link:

http://www.engglib.upd.edu.ph/index.php/resources/e-resources/subscriptions

 

For questions/comments, contact the reference librarian via:

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E-mail – reference@engglib2.upd.edu.ph

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Landline – 9818500 local 3251-3252

Mar 1

 

We’d like to announce that EnggLib will be offering access to Taylor and Francis Online on a trial basis until 31 March 2012.

Taylor and Francis Online houses a virtual collection of the latest peer-reviewed research literature on a wide range of subjects

This database is accessible via www.tandfonline.com within the UP Diliman Network (DILNET). Remote access is available for UP Engineering students and faculty; please contact us for more information. An online tutorial is also available here.

For inquiries and further information, contact us at 981-8500 local 3142 or 3251, or e-mail us at library@engglib2.upd.edu.ph. You may check out other databases on trial by clicking here.

Dec 9

Need to finish a paper during the holiday break? E-mail us at library@engglib1.upd.edu.ph or library@engglib2.upd.edu.ph with your College/Department and student/faculty no. to get a ProQuest Database’s Remote Access Account and take advantage of their multidisciplinary resources

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