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Listed below are e-book collections providing reference and background information on topics in Energy Engineering.. Additional titles in both print and electronic formats may be found using Franklin, our online catalog.
EEM (Electronic Engineers Master) is a compilation of catalogs of electronic components, equipment, and services. Search by product type (transformers, integrated circuits, filters, etc.) or by manufacturer. Product information is taken directly from the manufacturer's or supplier's catalog.
eFunda, or engineering Fundamentals, is a freely accessible website providing reference resources and tools for engineers. Also available are links to (mostly) free trade publications in a variety of industries.
Books are a great source of background information on a topic. One thing to be aware of with this type of literature, however, is that the information contained is not necessarily the most current, as the publication process for a book is lengthy.
The primary tool to search the Engineering books in our collection is our online catalog, Franklin, which is linked below. Also provided are tools for searching beyond Penn's collections. Print books are located primarily in Van Pelt and LIBRA, our remote storage facility.