Author: Richard Ernst
Publisher: Oscar Brandstetter Verlag
Keywords: 434,500 entries
The Ernst: Dictionary of Engineering and Technology (German-French/French-German) is the industry standard, and is the comprehensive reference for technicians and translators alike. The 2017 edition with about 434,500 entries in total reflects the state of the art in technology and makes the Ernst more valuable than ever.
After several years of editing by editor Dr André Dussart, the completely revised editions of the Dictionary of Engineering and Technology is now available. All terms have been checked and curtailed in some areas to create space for several thousand new entries from all fields of technology.
The volumes contain entries from over 150 specialist areas of modern technology and science: theoretical disciplines (such as mathematics, physics and chemistry) form the base of this dictionary, with focal industries and their raw materials, developments and products at the centre (mining, metallurgy, mechanical engineering, energy technology, electrical engineering, electronics including data, communications and control technology, construction and traffic systems, etc.). These are then complemented by the most important fields in light industry. The most important acronyms and abbreviations are also provided.