Ei Compendex is a bibliographic engineering database covering 190 disciplines from the world’s significant engineering and technology literature. Subjects include: civil, energy, environmental, geological, and biological engineering; electrical, electronics, and control engineering; chemical, mining, metals, and fuel engineering; mechanical, automotive, nuclear, and aerospace engineering; computers, and robotics. Some 6,500 primary sources are monitored for articles of technological importance. Articles are drawn from journals, transactions, reports and special publications of engineering societies, scientific and technical associations, government agencies, universities, laboratories, research institutions and industrial organizations; proceedings of conferences, symposia and colloquia; monographs; standards; seminars and reports. Sources are from 58 countries and in 26 languages.
Ei Compendex’s coverage of international engineering and technology topics includes, but is not limited to:
- Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering
- Applied Physics (High Energy, Plasma, Nuclear and Solid State)
- Bioengineering and Medical Equipment
- Chemical Engineering, Ceramics, Plastics and Polymers, Food Technology
- Civil and Structural Engineering, Environmental Technology
- Electrical, Instrumentation, Control Engineering, Power Engineering
- Electronics, Computers, Communications
- Energy Technology and Petroleum Engineering
- Engineering Management and Industrial Engineering
- Light and Optical Technology
- Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Underwater Technology
- Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering and Transportation
- Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, Materials Science
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PaperChem covers virtually every topic related to the chemistry, engineering, and production technology used by the pulp and paper industry. Included are abstracts of journal articles, books, dissertations, patents, review and research articles, symposia, and translations.
The database covers all aspects chemical engineering, biological engineering, and related fields. Sources are international scientific and user-related journals, conference proceedings, doctoral theses, and German research reports. CEABA aims to deliver chemical or process engineers, chemists, biotechnologists, and industrial scientists insights to the literature of process and bioprocess engineering, chemical engineering and biotechnology.