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Aerospace: Books & E-books

Resources for research in the field of aerospace.

Browse By Dewey Number

For help browsing the stacks for aerospace and aeronautics, use these dewey numbers.

387.7   Air Transportation

629.1  Aerospace engineering

  • 629.13 Aeronautics
  • 629.130092 Aeronautical engineers
  • 629.1301 Philosophy & theory of flight
  • 629.1309 Historical, geographic, persons treatment of flight 
  • 629.132 Mechanics of flight; flying & related topics
  • 629.133 Aircraft types
  • 629.134 Aircraft components & general techniques 
  • 629.135 Aircraft instrumentation (Avionics)
  • 629.136 Airports

629.4  Astronautics  

  • 629.401 Philosophy & theory
  • 629.4092 Astronautical engineers
  • 629.43 Unmanned space flight
  • 629.44 Auxiliary spacecraft
  • 629.45 Manned space flight
  • 629.46 Engineering of unmanned spacecraft
  • 629.47 Astronautical engineering

Featured E-Books

Anxiety at 35,000 feet : an introduction to clinical aerospace psychology / Robert Bor ; with contributions by Brett Kahr ; foreword by Jane N. Zuckerman.

Call Number:  EBOOK

ISBN: 9780429471872

Publication Date:  2018

Fear of flying is a growing problem among both passengers and airline crews. Recent terrorist attacks have heightened the levels of anxiety and fear when boarding a plane. In this volume, one of Britain's leading aviation psychologists explores passenger behaviour when faced with anxiety towards flying, the mental health of pilots and the possible treatments for people suffering from fear of flying. Includes contributions from Brett Kahr.

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