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Generally, books on mechanical engineering will be found primarily in the 621's, but may be found throughout the 620's and 670's.
Library of Congress (Most OhioLINK) Most academic libraries in OhioLINK use a different classification system that is based on a combination of letters & numbers. Books specifically dealing with mechanical engineering will usually be found in the TJ's.
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