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Fluid Power

Research resources, tips, and support from SCC librarians

Search the library catalog to discover books in the SCC/SFCC collection

If needed, include Partner Libraries in your search:

You'll find books on subjects like these:

  •  Fluid power technology
  •  Fluid mechanics
  •  Hydraulics
  •  Hydraulic cylinders
  •  Hydraulic servomechanisms
  •  Oil hydraulic machinery
  •  Pneumatics
  •  Pneumatic machinery

Prefer to browse the library shelves? Books on fluid power, hydraulics, and pneumatics are generally located in this call number area:

  • 621 - 629

Example books in the SCC/SFCC Library

Don't find it at SCC?

SCC students have access to partner library collections

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) of materials from other libraries

If you want a book or periodical article that is not available from SCC Library, librarians can often obtain it for you from another library. Library staff will ask that articles and circulation books be sent to an SCC Library for you to pick-up. (Keep in mind that this process can take time, so start your research early.)

To request an item through interlibrary loan, contact the SCC Library.

Partnerships: Academic libraries

The SCC Library participates in a cooperative network of college libraries in Washington and Idaho.

Currently enrolled SCC students can borrow circulating books from these partners by either visiting the library directly (use your SCC ID card to check-out books), or you may ask SCC Library staff to arrange for books to be sent to an SCC/SFCC campus for you to pick-up. Our main college library partners are:

  • Gonzaga University

  • Lewis-Clark State College

  • North Idaho College

Partnership: Public library

Questions about research, citation, login, or other?.

 Contact a librarian any time!