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*Engineering Research

This guide supports the Engineering Department at CSU-Pueblo. Updated September 2018

Finding Books at CSU Pueblo Library

What is a book call number?

A call number is like an address: it tells us where the book is located in the library. Call numbers appear on the spines of books and journals and in the library's catalog.

Finding Engineering books on the shelf at the University Library (LARC Building):

Engineering books are classified in TA-TS, UG, and VM, located on the 4th floor of the LARC.

TA – Engineering. Civil engineering (General).

TC – Hydraulic engineering. Ocean engineering

TD – Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering

TE – Highway engineering. Roads and pavements

TF – Railroad engineering and operation

TG – Bridges

TH – Building construction

TJ – Mechanical engineering and machinery

TK – Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering

TL – Motor vehicles. Aeronautics. Astronautics

TN – Mining engineering. Metallurgy

TS – Manufacturing engineering. Mass production

UG – Military engineering. Air forces

VM – Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering

Students, Faculty, Staff, and Campus Affiliates:

Search the catalog. If an item is available as an eBook, you can get a copy by clicking "Download This eBook". 

You may need to login to complete the download.

In some cases, you may only be able to download a couple of chapters, not the entire book. Or, you may only be able to view the book online and not download it at all. It depends on the company that licenses the book to the library. 


If you are not a member of the campus community:

While we would like to make eBooks available to everyone, our licensing agreements do not allow it. Some eBooks may be viewable only when you are physically in the library, but in most cases, off-campus access is not available.