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Home - Some Basics for Finding Technical Reports

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Looking for a specific report? Please contact me if you need help.

Technical reports are often sponsored by a governmental agency (e.g. NASA), an academic institution, or a company (e.g. HP). Many reports are freely available on the Internet, others are available from libraries, and still others maybe not be available at all. 

On the left are links with specific information on finding NASA and NACA reports.  Additionally:

Recommended sites:

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Special Help

  • Technical Reports Collections - The Library of Congress Science, Technology & Business Division.
  • Engineering Societies Papers: Searching for Papers - From the Linda Hall Library.  The Linda Hall Library received the holdings of the Engineering Societies Library when it dissolved in 1995.  These holdings included difficult-to-find papers --- usually conference papers --- from major engineering societies.  The societies had well-developed conventions for assigning paper numbers which sometimes cause confusion as to the conference origin of the material.

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