Physical Sciences &
Engineering Collection

New resources updated for 2024

Dedicated to the understanding and advancement of Physics, Chemistry and Material Sciences and Engineering disciplines, our extensive Physical Sciences and Engineering portfolio aims to provide researchers and academics with the resources they need.

Our range of journals, books and e-books aims to give easy access to the latest specialist content so that researchers, academics and practitioners can keep up to date with the latest innovations in the discipline. 

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947 journals

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12,551 books

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1.8 million + peer-reviewed articles

      Free Access Articles Collection

      Free access for these journal articles only available via this page until 31 Dec 2024. Expand each journal tab to access the articles.

      Engineering Journals

      Wheel wear and rolling contact fatigue evolution under interaction of abrasive block and wheel–rail contact: results from field test
      by Peng Wang, Chenxi Xie, Xiaoxuan Yang et al.

      Automatic clustering-based approach for train wheels condition monitoring
      by Araliya Mosleh, Andreia Meixedo, Diogo Ribeiro et al.

      Elastic inclusions in ballasted tracks – a review and recommendations
      by H. G. S. Mayuranga, S. K. Navaratnarajah, C. S. Bandara & J. A. S. C. Jayasinghe

      An artificial intelligence transformation model – pod redesign of photomasks in semiconductor manufacturing
      by Shu-Kai S. Fan, Ming-Shen Chen, Chia-Yu Hsu et al.

      Systematic comparison of digital maturity assessment models
      by Bruno Cognet, Jean-Philippe Pernot, Louis Rivest et al.

      Digitalizing Circular Economy through Blockchains: The Blockchain Circular Economy Index
      by Davide Basile, Idiano D’Adamo, Valerio Goretti & Paolo Rosa

        Meet The Editor Series

        Get an in-depth look at our editors’ perspectives on research, career advice and the intricacies of their daily work in their respective domains.

        Professor Marcelo H. Ang Jr

        Professor Marcelo H. Ang Jr Read Interview

        Professor Yusuke Uchiyama at AOGS 2023 Annual Meeting, Singapore, August 2023

        Professor Yusuke Uchiyama
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        Prof Masato’s dedicated team of researchers celebrating a graduation in March 2023.

        Professor Masato Yamamura
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        “While Coastal Engineering may not be “rocket science”, its significance cannot be understated. It calls for a combination of specialized expertise to fill crucial niches and the courage to explore new frontiers.”

        – Professor Yusuke Uchiyama, Editor-in-Chief of Coastal Engineering Journal

            Open Access Book Collection

            “Electromagnetism, meaning the motion and dynamic of charges and currents, is governed in the most general way by Maxwell’s equations.”

            – The Science and Technology of Particle Accelerators

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            e-Book Collections:

            Filled with eBooks on practical applications, this compilation houses a wide range of valuable works—including the bestselling Civil Engineering Handbook—that serve the research needs of civil, structural, and geotechnical engineers as well as infrastructure managers and architects.

            Industry 4.0 – Curated

            Interdisciplinary Collections:
            Industry 4.0 – Curated

            This e-book collection provides a sampling of CRC Press/Taylor and Francis’ selection of key titles covering the many topics within Industry 4.0. It provides manufacturers a source of information that puts traditional manufacturing and engineering practices together with current technological advancements.

            Data Science – Curated

            Interdisciplinary Collections:
            Data Science – Curated

            Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the field, this ebook collection brings together titles from statistics, computer science, IT, and business. The books in this collection present research and applications in the field, including new statistical and computational techniques.

            AI Salt Sand

            Blog: Is AI bad for the environment?

            Artificial intelligence benefits the environment in countless ways. But AI and its associated infrastructure can have negative direct and indirect impacts on the environment too. This article explores these potential impacts.

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            Blog: Women in STEM Author Interview: Rubia Hassan

            “Every field, every pathway requires passion. Without passion one can enter any field but cannot keep going long, hence you need to be fuelled by passion. Curiosity to learn and critical thinking are a must in research.”

            Engineering Taylor & Francis eBooks Collection

            Taylor & Francis eBooks Collection

            Explore curated selections of our ebooks covering a spectrum from chemical engineering to physics! Gain valuable insights through groundbreaking research today.

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