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Nuclear Engineering Solved Problems

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John A. Camara, PE's Nuclear Engineering Solved Problems will help you identify important nuclear engineering concepts as defined by the NCEES nuclear PE exam specifications.

This book’s comprehensive coverage of nuclear engineering problem-solving will sharpen your understanding of nuclear energy and engineering whether you are a candidate for the nuclear PE exam, a nuclear plant operator or technician, a professional in the health physics field, or a nuclear power worker in military or civilian settings.

Key Features & Benefits:

  • Exam-like, multiple-choice problems prepare you for the exam’s problem format.
  • Supplemental tables, equations, diagrams, and other data allow for solving of problems without additional references.
  • Detailed solutions explain efficient, accurate methods to solving problems, while identifying common errors to avoid.
  • Thorough review of the problem statements, solutions, and supplemental information provides a broad overview of the field of nuclear engineering. 
*eTexbook 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
Nuclear Engineering Solved Problems 2nd Edition Book Cover
$87.00

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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