The American Nuclear Society
The American Nuclear Society's Worldwide Electronic Resource (the ANSWER) is the official web source for information on nuclear sciences, technologies, issues.
The American Society for Engineering Education
ASEE is a nonprofit organization of individuals, institutions, and companies dedicated to improving all aspects of engineering education. This site has a very interesting precollege section which attempts to explain what engineers do and to help high school students determine whether they have the interest and the aptitude to study engineering.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is dedicated to ensuring that mechanical engineers are current, safety conscious, and committed to improving international technical safety. This impressive site has information about the organization, jobs, FAQ, a magazine, lots more of interest to current and prospective engineers.
The Art of Motion
Motion control is the process of computer controlled kinetics-- the foundation of robotics. The ability to precisely control the path of a tool enables fabrication of objects that would not be possible or practical by hand held methods.
Computational Fluid Dynamics Resources Online
Just as titled, this is a collection of links to information related to Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Computer Engineering by Nerd World Media
Tons of computer and engineering sites here, but also a 27-category index search tool with site summaries. Excellent.
Crazy About Constraints
A web site dedicated to providing resources and information about the Theory of Constraints, the Thinking Processes, Synchronous Manufacturing, and other techniques developed by Dr.Eliyahu Goldratt.
Electric Power Research Institute
The Electric Power Research Institute delivers the science and technology to make the generation, delivery, and use of electricity affordable, efficient, and environmentally sound.
Engineering Case Studies
This site contains accounts of real engineering projects written for use in engineering education.
Engineering Information Inc.
Engineering Information Inc. identifies, organizes, and facilitates easy access to published engineering literature.
Engineering: Mechanical and Industrial
Summaries of useful texts in the field of Engineering, covering many topics: experimental versus computational mechanics, numerical methods in fluid mechanics, heat mass transfer, biofluid mechanics, and more.
Industry.net is "the Internet's largest provider of value-added services for the industrial market." Engineering news and resources as well as business search.
Input Shaping is a feedforward control technique for reducing vibrations in computer controlled machines.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)
Self-proclaimed as "the world's largest technical professional society," IEEE here provides a website offering information on their upcoming conferences, education, and organization. For a fee they provide a "Career Asset Manager" for engineers. This site is also available in text-only from.
Institute of Industrial Engineers
This site is for anyone interested in the field of Industrial Engineering. They even answer the question, "Why become an Industrial Engineer?" You'll find all the IIE's recent publications, but in order to join one of their forums, you must be a member.
Integrated Manufacturing Lab
In the interest of improving U.S. industrial capacity, the Integrated Manufacturing Lab gives designers the tools to move products to market faster. Electro-mechanical types, read all about it here.
MEMS Microelectromechanical Systems Clearing House
An online respository of information about MicroElectroMechanical Systems.
NIST Virtual Library
The National Institute of Standards and Technology offers you surprisingly easy, clearly instructed access to a wide range of scientific data. In addition to evaluated links, you get electronic journals, databases, and other online resources.
Online Learning Environment
Geared for grade 9-12 science, engineering, and technology students, this site allows you to select from dozens of subjects from robotics to hovercraft, study the information provided, and then take an online quiz to test your comprehension.
Process Pumps & Filtrations OnLine
Process Pumps & Filtrations is an electronic publication. Here you can find information regarding positive displacement pumps and centrifugal pumps along with lots of other information pertaining to pumps and filtration systems.
SRS: The Division of Science Resource Studies
This part of The National Science Foundation collects and interprets data and provides "information on the nation's science, engineering, and technology enterprise." Included here: US Government statistics, data briefs, survey descriptions, working papers, related sites, and more.
This site provides links to all manner of information related to semiconductors and microsystems, including fabrication facilities, research activities, standards work, etc.
Society for Experimental Mechanics
This is the extensive Web site of SEM, an international professional association dedicated to furthering the knowledge of material response (stress/strain) phenomena and the failure of materials and structures from a research and current technology perspective.
US Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Primary mission at the NRC is to ensure that public health and safety are protected in the many different peaceful uses of nuclear energy.