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Manufacturing Technology

Field of study focused on improvement of manufacturing processes, techniques, or equipment in order to reduce costs, increase efficiency, enhance reliability, or to incorporate safety and anti-pollution measures.

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Materials in our libraries for this subject are shelved according to the Library of Congress Classification system. The print collection for this area is almost entirely at the Alexandria Campus Library. The information below can be used to locate reference books, e-books and print books at the library.

Industrial Engineering books are found in the T 55.4 - T 60.8 call number range.

Mechanical Engineering books are in TJ and TL call number ranges.

Manufacturing books are in the TS call number range.

Or you can search the library catalog by key words. Some good keywords to use are Machinery, Manufacturing, and Production Engineering. 

If you are not finding material you need, ask a librarian for assistance.  You can also search libraries worldwide through WorldCat. Ask your librarian about interlibrary loan if you find a title you need at another library.


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