web wealth

Here you can find the links which are very useful (I feel) and I do frequently use/visit..... So I call this www  i.e. world wide wealth ....I have categorized the links 
accordingly and a brief introduction about the link is given... 

I. PhD Thesis , Projects & Reports :

1. Caltech Earthquake Engineering Research Laboratory http://caltecheerl.library.caltech.edu/ )
      The Earthquake Engineering Research Laboratory was founded in the 1960s, and began publishing results of its research in a technical report series in 1970. Included in this series is some of the earliest published work on strong-motion earthquake accelerograms, and considerable research springing from the San Fernando, Whittier Narrows, Landers and Northridge earthquakes. Publication continues to the present.

2NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) ( http://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp )
        The NTRS is a valuable resource for researchers, students, educators, and the public to access NASA's current and historical technical literature and engineering results.  The types of information found in the NTRS include: conference papers, journal articles, meeting papers, patents, research reports, images, movies, and technical videos. 
II. Finite Element Method :

        Here you can find the professor's class room notes,  which is very useful.  Subject is  well discussed. I am a big fan of this link and Professor. I thank Professor for sharing valuable notes to the world.  

       Here you can find Prof. K. J. Bathe's course  notes on "Finite Element Analysis of Solids and Fluids". This course was taught at MIT. Need not to tell any thing about the notce, there is no person who don't know Bathe and works on Finite Element Method. 

          NPTEL provides E-learning through online Web and Video courses in Engineering, Science and humanities streams. The mission of NPTEL is to enhance the quality of Engineering education in the country by providing free online courseware.                                                                                                 
III. Programming:

MATLAB On Line Tutorials:

1. MATLAB Educational sites ( http://www.eece.maine.edu/mm/matweb.html)

2. Maneval, J., Helpful Information for Using MATLAB ( http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/maneval/)

3. An Engineering and MATLAB blog (http://blinkdagger.com/)                                
IV. Earthquake Regarding:

      Here you can get earthquake data of various number of earthquake's occurred in past. 

2. Engineering Seismology Laboratory (http://civil.eng.buffalo.edu/engseislab/index.htm)
      Here one can find links of useful sites for seismic analysis and software's to download

3. SeismoSoft Earthquake Engineering Software Solutions (http://www.seismosoft.com/en/Download.aspx)
        Fully-featured versions of SeismoSoft's applications may be downloaded from the links below. These programs may be freely   
   used for non-commercial purposes (e.g. research, teaching, training, etc).                                 
IV. Utilities:

     Notepad++ is a free source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages. Running in the MS Windows environment, its use is governed by GPL License.

2. JPdf Bookmarks (http://flavianopetrocchi.blogspot.com/)
     Excellent software to bookmark, import and export bookmarks in Pdf. Easy to use and handle.