The CivilNode website contains downloadable resources for civil and architectural engineers including ebooks, standards, software's, Scientific articles, and more. The features of CivilNode include:
  • Advanced search tools
  • Searchable in all fields of information such as title, author's name, abstract, keywords, ISBN book and DOI article)
  • Detailed resource categorization
  • Subject categories (eg: structural engineering, road engineering, soil and geotechnical engineering, earthquake engineering, etc.)
  • Having complete and accurate information for each file
  • Resources that are hard to find on the Internet
The CivilNode website currently contains 9 groups of resources in the following order:
  1. Software's (about 1700 titles)
  2. Ebooks (about 24500 titles)
  3. Engineering Experiences (about 57,000 titles)
  4. Software's training (about 420 titles)
  5. Documentary Films (about 400 titles)
  6. Standards (about 16,000 titles)
  7. Magazines (about 9500 titles)
  8. Thesis (about 26000 titles)
  9. Scientific articles (about 840000 titles)
One of the rare parts of the CivilNode website is its ebooks section. CivilNode has tried to bring in publisher ebooks and other publishers. An important feature of this section is the existence of an almost complete range of books by various publishers, as collected from the oldest to the latest. The most important publishers in this section are:
  1. Elsevier
  2. Springer
  3. Wiley
  4. Taylor & Francis
  5. ICE (Institution of Civil Engineers) Publishing
  6. ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)
  7. ACI (American Concrete Institute)
  8. AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials)
  9. McGraw-Hill
  10. SCI (Steel Construction Institute)
  11. AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction)
  12. ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)
  13. Birkhauser
  14. IWA (International Water Association) Publishing
  15. RES (Building Research Establishment) Press
  16. Trans Tech Publications
  17. World Scientific
  18. Momentum Press
  19. RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Publications
  20. Prentice Hall
  21. Cambridge University Press
  22. Palgrave
  23. BSRIA (Building Services Research and Information Association)
  24. AWWA (American Water Works Association)
  25. IGI Global
  26. ICOLD (International Commission on Large Dams)
  27. Pearson
  28. Transportation Research Board
  29. Whittles
  30. WIT Press (Wessex Institute of Technology)
This section of the CivilNode website provides approximately 420 documentaries on various aspects of civil engineering and architecture. These films are produced by documentary companies like Discovery, National Geographic, Modern Marvels, and more. The main areas of these documentaries are as follows:
  1. Architecture
  2. Tall structures and structural engineering
  3. Earth and underground structures
  4. Roads and highways
  5. Material Engineering in Civil
  6. Manufacturing methods
  7. Hydraulics and offshore structures
  8. Bridge
  9. Earthquake
  10. Geotechnic and Tunnel
In this section of the Civilnode website, practical tutorials on software such as AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3D, ArchiCAD, ArcGIS, Map 3D, Navisworks, etc. are provided. These trainings are produced by companies such as Lynda, Infinite Skills, Pluralsight, VTC and Udemy.
This section of the CivilNode website contains important civil engineering standards. It should be noted that the CivilNode site provides standards related to civil engineering for (ASHRAE, BS, AS, CSA, DIN, CSA, IEC, ASTM, ISO, NFPA and VDI) standards. AASHTO, ACI, ASCE, AWS and AWWA standards are fully implemented. The standards on the site are as follows:
  1. AASHTO (The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials)
  2. ACI (American Concrete Institute)
  3. AS (Standards Australia)
  4. ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)
  5. ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers)
  6. ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)
  7. AWS (American Welding Society)
  8. AWWA (American Water Works Association)
  9. BS (British Standards)
  10. CSA (Canadian Standards Association)
  11. DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung)
  12. ICC (International Code Council)
  13. IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission)
  14. IES (Illuminating Engineering Society)
  15. ISO (International Organization for Standardization)
  16. NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers)
  17. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  18. VDI (The Association of German Engineers)
This section of the Civilnode website contains a wide range of applied magazines in architecture and civil engineering. Most of these magazines are monthly.
The CivilNode website has 435 titles of prime relevance in civil engineering and architecture. These journals have been collected since the beginning of the year. On the CivilNode wesite, full descriptions of each article are provided along with abstracts and keywords that make searching for articles more accurate.
This section of the CivilNode website contains approximately 57,000 reports and descriptions of experiences in various fields of civil engineering that are not usually found in a book or article. These experiences are mostly related to reporting and case studies in civil engineering projects and research. These reports include:
  1. Structural Engineering
  2. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics
  3. Hydraulics and Hydrology
  4. Soil and rock mechanics
  5. Water and Wastewater Engineering
  6. Construction and execution machinery
  7. Construction management
  8. Offshore Engineering
  9. Road Engineering
  10. Pavement and geometric design of the road
  11. Environmental engineering and its planning
  12. Structural analysis and numerical methods
  13. Geology and Geophysics
  14. Land and air transport
  15. Soil Engineering
  16. Coastal Engineering
  17. Bridge Engineering
The CivilNode website contains nearly 26,000 dissertations from prestigious universities worldwide. These theses are in various fields of civil engineering.