Knovel

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Knovel Corporation
Industry Publishing, online publishing, and new media
Founded Norwich, New York, United States (2000)
Headquarters New York City, United States
Employees Approx. 100 (2011)
Website why.knovel.com

Knovel was founded in 2001 and was a private company until it was acquired by Elsevier in 2013. Knovel customers include more than 700 customers worldwide including 74 Fortune 500 companies[1] and more than 400 leading universities.[2] Knovel, now part of the Elsevier family, is headquartered in New York City.

Focused on the engineering community, Knovel offers validated engineering content including more than 3,500 leading reference works and databases from more than 90 leading technical publishers[3] and professional societies[4] including AIAA, AIChE and ASME.

Knovel is frequently cited as in industry publications such as Chemical Engineering[5] and Desktop Engineering.[6]

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Knovel is a cloud-based application integrating technical information with analytical and search tools to drive innovation and deliver answers engineers can trust. Knovel’s three key elements – validated content, optimized search, and data analysis tools – enable engineers to not only easily find relevant data, but also analyze, document and incorporate it into their everyday work.

Knovel offers more than 30 subject areas featuring guidance and best practice information on a wide range of topics including material selection and tolerances, environmental impacts, safety and compliance.

Knovel’s search functionality “understands” engineering language. Users can find data hidden in tables, graphs, and equations, and they can execute numeric range and multi-variable searches. Knovel’s content includes more than 90,000 interactive tables, equation plotters, charts and graphs that can be manipulated and exported into other tools such as Excel or PTC’s Mathcad.

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