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Research Guides

Biological and Agricultural Engineering: Books

How do I Request a Book?

  1. Locate your book by searching our library catalog
  2. To view availability, click on Find it, and then Request (if the item is not available in our library). 
  3. Enter your user id and password.
  4. Verify that your request is complete and submit
  5. You will be notified when your book has arrived

How do I Use Interlibrary Loan?

  1. Locate the book you would like to request using the library catalog.
  2. If the book is not available, or checked, click on Find it, and then Request.
  3. Enter your user name and password.
  4. Verify book request to make sure all necessary fields are complete, and submit.
  5. A record of the request should appear on your account page.

Accessing Ebooks

Ebooks can be accessed through our library catalog . For more information about Ebooks, including how to download them, please visit our ebook LibGuide.

Some ebook packages will require downloading Adobe Digital Editions (free computer download) or the Bluefire App (fire mobile phone app in the iTunes store or the Android Store). 

Floor Maps

To find library items

Take a look at our library floor maps

Search the Library Catalog

Tips for Searching the Library Catalog:

  • Choose the search scope by selecting either UI + Summit + Articles (all materials); UI + Summit (items owned by UI and member libraries); or UI Library Only (items owned only by the UI Library).   
  • Limiting your search: Start with a basic search and once you find a book that seems to be about your topic, you can use the format and/or other options located on the left to further narrow your search.
  • On the Advanced Search page, the year, language, and location (to name a few options) of items can be limited.
  • Subject headings can be a great way to narrow in on your topic.

Library of Congress Classifications For Engineering

Q
Science
TC
Hydraulic engineering
Q180
Operations research
TD
Environmental engineering
Q300-390
Artificial intelligence
TE
Highway engineering
QA
Mathematics
TF
Railroad engineering & operations
QA75-76
Computer Science
TG
Bridge engineering
QA801-939
Analytical mechanics.
Fluid mechanics
TH
Building construction
QC
Physics
TJ
Mechanical Engineering & Machinery
QD
Chemistry
TJ163
Power Resources
QE
Geology
TJ210.2-225
Robotics
R
Medicine
TK
Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering.
R856-857
Biomechanical engineering
TK5101-6720
Telecommunications
T
Technology
TK7800-8360
Electronics
T55.4-60.8
Industrial engineering
TK9001-9401
Nuclear Engineering
T385
Computer graphics
TL
Motor vehicles. Aeronautics. Astronautics
TA
Engineering (general).
Civil engineering
TN
Mining engineering. Metallurgy
TA349-359
Mechanics of engineering
TP
Chemical technology
TA401-492
Materials of engineering & construction
TS
Manufacturing
TA630-820
Structural engineering. Geotechnical engineering
VM
Naval architecture. Marine engineering

ASABE Technical Library Online Books

ASABE Technical Library Online Books


ASABE Textbooks

ASABE Monographs

CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering, Volume 1-6       
     CIGR (International Commission of Agricultural Engineering, 
     a.k.a. Commission Internationale du Génie Rural)

 ASABE Distinguished Lectures

 ASABE Special Publications