Chemical Engineering PE Practice Exam (CHPE)


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ISBN: 978-1-59126-429-3
Copyright: 2013
Page Count: 136
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11
  • Marta Vasquez, PhD, PE

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    Marta Vasquez, PhD, PE, is an environmental chemist with the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. She holds a BS degree in chemical engineering from Antioquia University in Medellin, Colombia, an MS degree in organic chemistry from Del Valle University in Cali, Colombia, and a doctorate in analytical chemistry from Louisiana State University. Dr. Vasquez has been working in the field of environmental chemistry since 1989. She is a registered professional engineer in Louisiana.
  • Robert R. Zinn

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    Robert R. Zinn holds a BS degree in chemistry from Midwestern University in Wichita Falls, Texas. He has worked in the field of electronic component manufacturing, electronic service, computer repair, instrument repair, and computer programming for 35 years. He currently provides technical support for faculty and staff at the Louisiana State University Chemistry Department, where he has been a systems manager since 1981.


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    Chemical Engineering PE Practice Exam

    Chemical Engineering PE Practice Exam (CHPE) offers extra practice for the NCEES Chemical PE exam. 

    Chemical Engineering PE Practice Exam (CHPE) features include:

    • Consistent with the NCEES Chemical PE exam’s format, scope of topics, number of problems, and level of difficulty

    • Contains two 40 multiple-choice problems

    • Problems are solvable in an average of six minutes

    Exam Topics Covered  

    • Energy Balances

    • Fluids

    • Heat Transfer

    • Kinetics

    • Mass Balances

    • Mass Transfer

    • Plant Design and Operation

    • Thermodynamics


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