- IEEE Xplore – Upgrade Enhancements
- IET Digital Library – NEW!
The new, eight-building Graduate School of Business campus, has achieved the LEED Platinum rating for environmental sustainability from the U.S. Green Building Council.
The Department of Project Management diverted 99.6 percent of the demolished Terman Engineering Center from landfill through recycling or reuse. The lot will become a park space until it once again houses an academic building.
We've heard of problems getting the PDF of Safari E-books to open on Mac computers. One fix is to install the Plugin PDF reader from Schubert-it. It perfectly integrates into your web browser and retains the Mac look & feel.
- Safari, Firefox 4.0, Chrome (with Chrome PDF Viewer deactivated)
- Mac OS X 10.6 or later
Download it at http://www.schubert-it.com/pluginpdf/
Researchers at UC Merced, have redesigned luminescent solar concentrators to be more efficient at sending sunlight to solar cells. They discovered a hollow cylindrical solar concentrator is a better design compared with a flat concentrator or a solid cylinder concentrator. The hollow cylinders absorb more sunlight while having lower self-absorption losses, significantly improving their efficiency.
Read more at: UC Merced News
- Knovel – Optical and Filter Glass Database
- SolidWorks on Library Computing Cluster
- New Sheet Feed Scanner
The Library is still offering some workshops until the end of the month.
Learn how to: save time when searching databases, look for books and journals, and manage your research paper citations. Workshops are offered from 12noon to 1pm in the Huang Engineering Center.
Save Time Searching, Wed. Jan 18, Huang 219
Using Mendeley and Zotero, Fri. Jan 20, Huang 203
Finding and Using Databases, Wed. Jan 25, Huang 219
SearchWorks Tips, Fri. Feb 3, Huang 219
SolidWorks software has been installed on the computing cluster in the Terman Engineering Library.
73 Amateur Radio Today magazine is now available in full at the Internet archive. Full magazine copies are available in a variety of formats, including online-readable, PDF, ePub, and Kindle. Users can do a full-text search for the archives if you go to the Internet Archive advanced search and specify 73-Magazine as the collection to be searched. The issues are full of diy hardware hacking and electronics articles (and the ancient advertising.) A huge, easily-accessible collection for ham radio operators, early computer enthusiasts, and electronics hobbyists.
Direct URL at: http://www.archive.org/details/73-magazine
The Engineering Library will have the following hours during Finals Week and Winter Break:
Monday December 12th through Thursday December 13th
Friday December 16th
Saturday December 17th through Monday January 2nd
We will reopen starting Tuesday January 3rd - Friday January 6th
We will be returning to normal Winter Quarter hours on Saturday January 7th.