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PE Power Practice Problems

Available in Print or eTextbook

PE Power Practice Problems, Fourth Edition by John A. Camara, PE has undergone an intensive transformation to ensure focused practice on the new NCEES PE Electrical Power computer-based test (CBT). The only resource examinees can use during the test will be the NCEES PE Power Reference Handbook and the specified codes. To succeed on exam day, you need to know how to solve problems using that resource. PE Power Practice Problems makes that connection for you by using NCEES equations in the problems and solutions.

New Features Include:

  • Curated high priority exam-like questions
  • Step-by-step solutions demonstrate how to solve using NCEES handbook equations
  • All NCEES equations are highlighted in blue for quick access
  • All problems can be solved using NCEES Handbook
  • Problem and chapters align with PE Power Reference Manual so you can review and practice easily

Topics Covered:

  • Circuits: Analysis; Devices and Power Electronic Circuits
  • General Power Engineering: Measurement and Instrumentation; Applications; Codes and Standards
  • Rotating Machines and Electric Power Devices: Induction and Synchronous Machines; Electric Power Devices
  • Transmission and Distribution: Power System Analysis; Protection
eTextbook access benefits include:

  • One year of access
  • Ability to download the entire eTextbook to multiple devices, so you can study even without internet access
  • An auto sync feature across all your devices for a seamless experience on or offline
  • Unique study tools such as highlighting in six different colors to tailor your study experience
  • Features like read aloud for complete hands-free review
PE Power Practice Problems
$115.00

FAQs

It is an 8-hour exam. It contains 80 total questions: 40 multiple-choice questions in the 4-hour AM session, and 40 multiple-choice questions in the 4-hour PM session.
The PE structural exam is the only open-book exam remaining. All other PE exams are now closed-book computer-based exams, commonly referred to as CBT.
The PE exam can be difficult. The exam tests your competency in all aspects of engineering and should not be taken lightly. You should plan on taking several weeks to prepare and study before sitting for the exam. To see the average pass rate of first time test takers during the last exam, click here.
The PE exam tests for a minimum level of competency in engineering. You need a minimum of four years of post-college work experience to be able to sit for the exam.

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