"The Advanced Energy Legislation Tracker database contains information for advanced energy legislation across all 50 states for free to any user. Legislation is organized into the following policy categories: Electricity Generation, Energy Efficiency, Financing, Regulatory, Natural Gas, Emissions, Transportation, Infrastructure, Economic Development, Other Energy. In total, the Tracker database provides current legislative language, recent actions, bill sponsor information, and policy trend analyses."--About page.
AERADE is an initiative developed by Cranfield University to enable aerospace and defence experts to find quality, relevant information on the Internet. The service is a joint venture between subject specialists within the information and library services at Cranfield campus (Aerospace) and Shrivenham campus (Defence). This website archives hundreds of technical reports written in Great Britain and the United States about subjects related to aerospace development, particularly those affecting the air forces of the two countries. A section entitled Aerospace and Defence Resources provides links to websites in the two countries on defence subjects and military intelligence.
Provides citations and abstracts of basic and applied research in aeronautics, astronautics, and space sciences; in addition to journal literature, the database also includes coverage of reports issued by NASA and other U.S. government agencies. Major areas of coverage include aerodynamics; aircraft design and instrumentation; chemistry and chemical engineering; communications and navigation; electronics and electrical engineering; energy production and conversion; environmental pollution; fluid mechanics and heat transfer; geophysics and earth resources; lasers and masers; life sciences; materials; mathematical and computer sciences; mechanical engineering; meteorology, climatology, and oceanography; physics (solid state, thermodynamics, atomic and molecular, nuclear and high-energy, optics, acoustics, plasmas); propellants and fuels; quality assurance and reliability; social sciences; space sciences; spacecraft design and systems engineering; structural mechanics.
The AIAA Electronic Library contains more than four decades of technical information and documents on aerospace technology, engineering, science and the most important developments and research in air and space history. Searchable through the AIAA Electronic Library are: all the meeting papers from all the AIAA conference proceedings from 1963 onwards, AIAA jourrnals contents and the IAC Archive.
The AES Electronic library contains most of the Journal technical articles, convention preprints, and conference papers published by the AES (Audio Engineering Society) since its inception through the year 2001. Over 10,000 papers and articles are stored in PDF format. The navigational features of this Electronic Library are displayed in HTML format, and permit full-text and field searching.
"This database includes the AGRICOLA, ESPM, and EIS databases and provides full-text titles from around the world, including scholarly journals, trade and industry journals, magazines, technical reports, conference proceedings, government publications, and more. For those researchers who need to conduct comprehensive literature reviews, this database includes specialized, editorial-controlled A&I resources for discovery of relevant scholarly research and technical literature critical to the discipline."
A combined version of the Aerospace Structural Metals Database (ASMD) and the High Performance Alloys Database (HPAD). Shows properties and relationships for metal alloys. Provides numeric and graphic information as part of the database, including a comprehensive PDF consisting of additional information for each alloy.
"Items in Analytical Abstracts fall into three main categories: Journal articles, technical reports, and books. More than 250 key international journals are scanned regularly by the Analytical Abstracts editorial team. Over 75% of the original material is published in English, with other major languages being French and German, Russian and other eastern European languages, Chinese, and Japanese. Abstracting from non-English-language sources is performed by a panel of chemists with language skills. A small number of other secondary sources are scanned, in order to find items published in more obscure journals or in the non-chemistry literature, for example, environmental, pharmaceutical or geological publications." Inclusive dates: 1980-present.