Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual

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Copyright: 2019
Format(s): Hardcover
Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11
  • 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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    Table of Contents

    Fundamentals and Physical Constants End Page

    Greek Alphabet, SI Prefixes, and Equivalent Units End Page

    Mechanical Engineering Conversions End Page

    Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual, 14th Edition

    Re-engineered and Enhanced for Computer-Based Testing Success!

    This Michael R. Lindeburg, PE classic has undergone an intensive transformation to ensure focused study for success on the 2020 NCEES computer-based tests (CBT): HVAC and Refrigeration, Machine Design and Materials, and Thermal and Fluid Systems.

    Starting in April 2020, exams will be offered year-round at approved Pearson Vue testing centers. The only resource examinees can use during the test will be the NCEES PE Mechanical Reference Handbook. To succeed on exam day, you need to know how to solve problems using that resource. MERM14 makes that connection for you by using only NCEES equations in the review and problem solving.

    New Features Include:

    • Improved design to focus study on most important exam material

    • Explanations and demonstration of how to use NCEES handbook equations

    • NCEES handbook equations are highlighted in blue for quick access

    • In chapter callouts map to specific exam to streamline review process

    Brush up on key exam topics, learn what equations to use, and review detailed step-by-step solutions in the Reference Manual. Then go to the Mechanical Engineering Practice Problems to solve related question until you are confident with the topic. Corresponding chapters makes it easy to use both books at the same time. Buy both and save

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    After the Exam:

    Additional content, including a comprehensive index, figures and tables in the 1,400 + pages will make the Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual, 14th Edition a valuable reference throughout your mechanical engineering career.

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    Customer Reviews (View All - 7)

    Overall good, but.... Review by Jordan
    I really like the NCEES handbook formulas in blue, that is very helpful. Some opportunities for improvement would be eliminating unnecessary topics. Looks like there were a few that carried over from the previous edition that are not in the NCEES topic outline or handbook for the Mechanical PE test variations. Also, practice problems have some errors. I reported the ones I've encountered in the learning hub. (Posted on 3/20/2020)

    Good reference Review by Sara
    This book is a good reference in general and while studying for the PE Exam. I appreciate the updates to account for the exam now being computer-based, but as it's the first edition targeted at CBT exams, I think there's still a little room to improve. There are a few spots where equations or practice problems don't coordinate with the NCEES PDF as well as they could. (Posted on 3/20/2020)

    Okay- needs improvement Review by GHANEM
    Well, I thought there would be a lot more problems in this book. Unfortunately, there isn't as much. Also, say in the Eng Econ, the handbook goes into so much depth that is irrelevant to the exam, why is this? One more point why did you combine MDM, HVAC, and Thermo in 1 book? Comparing this book to the FE books, the FE wins by far... (Posted on 3/20/2020)