PE Lessons for Engineers: Mechanical Videos (Afternoon Topics)

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PE Lessons for Engineers: Mechanical Videos (Afternoon Topics)

Prepare for the afternoon depth section of the Mechanical PE exam at your own pace and on your own schedule with the PE Lessons for Engineers: Mechanical Videos (Afternoon Topics). Though not a full review course, these video lessons are designed primarily for examinees who have been out of school for several years.


You can select one specific afternoon topic, or you can choose two or three afternoon topics.


With content created by James Kamm, PhD, PE, LEED AP, these video lessons contain an instructor-led presentation, worked example problems, and additional multiple-choice practice problems.


You will have unlimited access to the lessons for 180 days after purchase.


Anytime, Anywhere Review



  • 4 video lessons per afternoon topic

  • 2-3 hours of instruction per afternoon topic

  • Numerous sample problems with complete solutions

  • Instruction that coordinates with the best-selling Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual


Afternoon Topics Covered


Mechanical Systems and Materials



  • Dynamics

  • Machine Components

  • Manufacturing Processes

  • Strength of Materials


Thermal and Fluids Systems



  • Hydraulics

  • Power Plant Thermodynamics

  • Power Systems 

  • Strength of Materials


HVAC and Refrigeration



  • Fluid Distribution

  • HVAC Equipment and Components

  • Psychrometrics

  • Refrigeration and Combustion


 
 
 

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The best review course for the PE Review by Trent
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The morning and afternoon courses are the only products you will need to past the PE Exam the first time you take it. With this review I only missed three questions on the whole exam with general morning and HVAC afternoon. This course teaches you how to understand the test and how it will word questions. In addition, this review teaches you how to fully utilize the Lindeburg reference book and will make the exam really easy. If you take one month before the exam and do the review exactly how it is layed out you will be fine. On the day of the exam I took two straight edges for the psychometric chart, the Lindeburg 11th edition, two lead pencils, my notebook of notes from this review, and a HP 35 calculator. (Posted on 9/6/2012)

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