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Copyright: 2006
Page Count: 120
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11
  • Ashok V. Naimpally, PhD, PE

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    Ashok V. Naimpally, PhD, PE, is a professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at California State University, Long Beach. A licensed professional engineer in the state of California, Dr. Naimpally's teaching areas include chemical engineering and environmental technology. He holds a doctorate from Syracuse University and has authored over 40 papers for trade journals and conferences.
  • Kirsten Sinclair Rosselot, PE

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    Kirsten Sinclaire Rosselot, PE, is the owner of Process Profiles, a consulting firm that specializes in environmental planning and management tools. Ms. Rosselot obtained her bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of California.

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    How to Use

    Environmental Discipline-Specific Review for the FE/EIT Exam (DSEN)

    Study for the FE exam with this discipline-specific review book, which includes: 

    • 60 practice problems, with full solutions

    • 2 complete 4-hour exams

    • Coverage of all the topics on the environmental afternoon section of the exam

    Topics Covered

    • Air Quality Engineering

    • Environmental Science & Management

    • Solid & Hazardous Waste Engineering

    • Water & Wastewater Engineering

    • Water Resources


    This book is part of PPI’s Legacy Series—products developed for the former pencil-and-paper version of the NCEES FE exam, which is now delivered as a computer-based-test (CBT). Some of the content may appear in PPI’s current CBT FE exam products.


    Download the FE Guide

    A free electronic How to Use FERM3 Guide to the FE exam (PDF) download is available. Click here to download the free PDF version of the How to Use the FE Review Manual (FERM3) for the FE exam.

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    Customer Reviews (View All - 11)

    A Must Have for the PE Exam Review by Customer
    This is a must for anyone taking the Env. afternoon section of the PE. Work Every Problem in the book. The key to passing the exam is Practice Problems! (Posted on 7/30/2015)

    Worth the investment and helped me out tremendously Review by Customer
    With the new test format, test takers only need to look at a few sections of FE Review manual, namely Math, Stat, Engineering Econ, Ethics, Thermodynamics, Materials, and Fluid Mechanics. This is a blessing, as the test used to encompass all fields, including electric, statics, and dynamics, all of which I hate. This also means that the test is more heavily focused on discipline specific questions.

    Being two years out of undergrad, I was worried that I wouldn't remember much of the specifics involved with the Environmental Engineering Questions, which as the NCEES manual shows, makes up a good majority of the test questions. With this book, you are essentially getting 3 practice tests. I took my time solving each problem, and the book helped me get accustomed to the location and usage of equations in the manual. The practice questions are a good representation of the actual test questions, and helped me out with (what I thought) is the most difficult part of the exam, which is determining if a question is supposed to be easy or supposed to be hard (You'll see what I mean by that).

    I HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone taking the Environmental FE exam. (Posted on 7/30/2015)

    Overall a great study tool that helped me pass the FE Review by Customer
    Used this book to study for the new FE environmental test. The only thing this book could use is groundwater/aquifer problems as well as general math problems worked in. Overall a great study tool that helped me pass the FE. (Posted on 7/30/2015)