Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Welcome to Mechanical Engineering Subject Guide !

This subject guide serves as a starting point to your search of scholarly resources in the area of Mechanical Engineering. Resources listed here include those that are accessible through our library and also on the web. It enables you to access from one point, various resources such as books, e-journals, e-databases, theses and dissertations and other web-based resources. (Please remember that this is not an exhaustive list. You will find many additional resources in the library such as Reference Books).

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Resources Available at the Central Library





The Central Library uses Dewey Decimal Classification system to classify books. 

A call number is a number used to identify and locate books in the library. It includes the Classification number, the Author Code (first three letters of the Author’s name) and the Accession number (serial number) of the book.

For example: Mechatronics : a multidisciplinary approach by Bolton, William

In this book label,

621  is the Class Number of Mechanical
 BOL is the Author Code 
 16207 is the Accession Number.

The library has a sizable collection of books and reading material on Mechanical Engineering. These books are classified under the following Class Numbers:

  • 620.1 Engineering mechanics (Applied mechanics) and materials science
  • 620.2 Sound and related vibrations
  • 620.3 Mechanical vibration
  • 620.8 Human-factors and safety engineering
  • 621 Mechanical
  • 621.1 Steam engineering
  • 621.2 Hydraulic-power technology
  • 621.6 Fans, blowers, pumps
  • 621.8 Machine engineering
  • 621.9 Tools and fabricating equipment

Institutional Digital Repository

OER – (Open Educational Resources) (Freely Available)



ETD Resources (e-Thesis):

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Online Courses

Study Materials