Mechanical Engineering in a Flash: Rapid Review of Key Topics for the Mechanical PE Exam (APMEFL)

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Copyright: 2006
Format: iTunes® App
SKU: APMEFL
Author(s):
  • James Kamm, PhD, PE, LEED AP

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    James Kamm, PhD, PE, LEED AP, is a professor in the department of engineering technology at the University of Toledo. He received his bachelor's degree in Physics from Carnegie-Mellon University and his doctorate in Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering from the Ohio State University. He has received numerous engineering and teaching awards, and has been the owner-operator of James Kamm Technologies, an engineering development and manufacturing company, for the last 20 years.
  • Mechanical Engineering in a Flash: Rapid Review of Key Topics for the Mechanical PE Exam (APMEFL)

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    Now you can take your flashcards with you wherever you go.


    A perfect supplement for successful Mechanical PE exam preparation, these flashcards challenge your recall of key information and enable you to review basic principles, formulas, equations, laws, units, and conversions.


    Quickly Review Important Topics for the Mechanical PE Exam



    • Memorize key concepts.

    • Increase your problem-solving speed.

    • Improve your confidence.


    Prepare to pass the Mechanical PE exam with



    • 400 cards containing key information in question form

    • the ability to track your progress and shuffle the deck

    • a complete answer on the reverse side of each card

    • the option to flag cards for later review


    Topics Covered



    • General Knowledge, Codes, and Standards

    • Machine Design and Materials

    • Hydraulics and Fluids

    • Energy Conversion/Power Systems

    • HVAC and Refrigeration: Breadth

    • HVAC and Refrigeration: Depth

    • Machine Design: Depth

    • Thermal and Fluids Systems: Depth

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