The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) uses the author-date style of referencing. Guides on the Author Services page of the ASCE Library website provide consistent explanations and multiple examples of in-text citing and reference lists. While similar, I've provided each of the links for access to a variety of examples from different publication formats.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) provides a few reference examples on their Information for Journal Authors page, including a list of standard abbreviations for referencing ASME journal titles. However, authors are encouraged to consult the Chicago Manual of Style for precise instructions. As a UNW student, you have online access to the Chicago Manual of Style. For your convenience, this database is linked at the bottom of this page.
In addition, the ASME also provides examples related to References in its Guide to Conference Publications.
For guidance with IEEE style, please use the IEEE Author Center. This site provides links to the complete IEEE Editorial Style Manual, as well as the helpful IEEE Reference Guide.
For a brief overview of IEEE style, please visit Purdue Owl.
You may also need to consult the Chicago Manual of Style for guidance on grammar and usage, which UNW subscribes to online and maintains a style guide. For spelling reference, IEEE uses the Merriam-Webster Dictionary. For your convenience, these databases are linked below.