Knovel: Foster success in the classroom and beyond

Employers expect entry-level engineers to be well-prepared for their jobs and to help solve the increasingly complex engineering problems in today's world. Using the same engineering tools and resources as professionals in the field allows students to be better prepared for a technology-driven workplace and highly competitive job market.

Hundreds of thousands of professors, researchers, and students from top engineering schools worldwide rely on Knovel, including leading universities for Mechanical, Aeronautical, Chemical and Manufacturing Engineering. We help engineering students save time, incorporate technical information into their work, and expand their knowledge.

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Knovel Customer Story

École Centrale Paris customer story - Chemicals - Knovel | Elsevier

Knovel helps École Centrale Paris prepare students for a career in engineering, instilling best practices in finding and using reliable technical insights for applied engineering problems.

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How Knovel works

Engineering data for solving today's problems

Knovel provides general reference and best practice insights, process and design applications, material and substance properties data, and equations for specific engineering disciplines.

Knovel engineering content offerings
Knovel materials and substance databases

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Engage Users with Innovative Tools

Knovel provides interactive tools for initial calculations, engineering-focused and data search features, mobile capabilities and integrations with engineering software and applications.

Knovel tools and search capabilities
Knovel workflow integrations

Insights for educators and researchers

A game-based learning approach to information literacy

Learn how Drexel University incorporated the 2015 Knovel Academic Challenge to improve students’ understanding of technical concepts, critical thinking, cognitive monitoring and creative problem solving.

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