PPI Thermal and Fluids Systems Reference Manual for the PE Mechanical Exam Index

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Copyright: 2017
Page Count: 9
SKU: METSIDX2
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  • Jeffrey A. Hanson, PE

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    Jeffrey A. Hanson, PE, has prepared students for the Mechanical PE exam since 2002. He has coordinated and taught PE review courses for the Dallas-Fort Worth ASME and for Fortune 500 companies. He received his bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Arizona State University and his master of science degree in engineering management from Southern Methodist University. He is a licensed professional engineer in Texas and is the global energy manager for Texas Instruments, Inc. Mr. Hanson holds four patents in high purity water use and management and silicon powder reclamation. 

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    Mechanical PE Thermal and Fluids Systems Reference Manual (METS) Index Download


    The Thermal and Fluids Systems Reference Manual (METS) index is a time-saving tool to help you review more efficiently by allowing you to locate desired knowledge areas quickly and easily.


    This PDF version of the Thermal and Fluids Systems Reference Manual (METS) index provides thousands of entries and can be used as



    • a complete reference of key terms that enables you to find information about every knowledge area

    • a source to help identify related concepts and terms for every exam topic

    • a checklist of all knowledge areas to guarantee you don’t miss any topics on the exam


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