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ISBN: 978-1-59126-099-8
Copyright: 1999
Page Count: 160
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 6 x 9
  • Michael R. Lindeburg, PE

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    Michael R. Lindeburg, PE, is one of the best-known authors of engineering textbooks and references. His books and courses have influenced millions of engineers around the world. Since 1975, he has authored over 40 engineering reference and exam preparation books. He has spent thousands of hours teaching engineering to students and practicing engineers. He holds bachelor of science and master of science degrees in industrial engineering from Stanford University.



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    If you have ever struggled with converting grams to slugs, centistokes to square feet per second, or pounds per million gallons (lbm/MG) to milligrams per liter (mg/L), you will appreciate the time-saving value of this book. More than 4,500 entries covering traditional English, conventional metric, and SI units in the fields of civil, mechanical, electrical, and chemical engineering make conversions a snap.


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    Customer Reviews (View All - 35)

    Great Review by Stephanie
    Helpful (Posted on 3/30/2017)

    Useful Review by Michelle
    So far most of the conversions I needed have been in the covers of the Reference Manual. The ones that have not were in the Engineering Unit Conversions. However, there are a lot of conversions in there, I do not know if it will be of any use during the test. It might come in handy at work though. (Posted on 4/23/2016)

    Useful for the PE Exam Review by Amazon.com Customer
    A must have for the PE exam, you're brain will be working hard enough, no point in taking the risk of messing up a simple unit conversion. This will have it (except for the crazy unit question on the Lindburgh practice exam, thats only in a footnote in the MERM) and is much more thorough than the appendix of the MERM or the Machine Design Handbook. I missed the unit conversion question on the NEECs practice exam so I bought this. If I'd had it then I would have gotten it right in about 30 seconds. (Posted on 7/30/2015)