The Digital Library includes over 200,000 standards, technical papers, ebooks, and magazines published by SAE International, and other document references published in partnership with over 30 publishers. The Digital Library includes full-text access to over 10,000 SAE Standards, 17,000 SAE Historical Standards, 90,000 SAE Technical Papers, and nearly 250 ebooks.
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You can search all of the metadata in the Digital Library, as well as access and use all the features, but you cannot download any full-text documents. (Note: the free trial does include one full-text document of each main content type for illustrative purposes.) You can, however, buy any individual document through the SAE Store.
An historical standard is a document that is no longer the most current version of a given SAE Standard. Historical standards are available for many current “AS”, “AMS”, and “J” SAE Standards.
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File sizes vary because document size ranges from a few pages to over one hundred pages. Because of this, download times vary a lot and are also dependent on the speed of your Internet connection.