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# ME_VT

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• Rank
Principal in Charge
• Birthday 04/07/1986

## Profile Information

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Male
• Location
Vermont
• Interests
Climbing, Skiing

## Previous Fields

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Mechanical HVAC, MEP
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1. ## Random Topics 3.1

It hasn't been 8 weeks yet.
2. ## Random Topics 3.1

My PE application has disappeared into the abyss that is the California Board...Never to be seen or heard of again...
3. ## Travel!! Where are you headed; Where do you want to go? Where have you been?

Nice. I helped with the design of the new Lawsons Brewery in Warren.
4. ## Travel!! Where are you headed; Where do you want to go? Where have you been?

Nice! what brings you to Burlington?
5. ## How many references are you bringing?

whats a steam table?
6. ## PE Mechanical Thermal Fluids April 2018

Just go bananas and stamp whatever you want...
7. ## PE Mechanical Thermal Fluids April 2018

Pass rate was 70%. I'd imagine they are all very similar.
8. ## Please delete my account

I'm going to tell your probation officer that you're online...
9. ## Mistake on TFS Sample Test?

Get on the bus, I’m taking you to school. You don’t end up with that. Convert GPM to ft3/s, use the specific gravity to find your specific weight, multiply by feet of head and convert to HP. And yes. The term feet of water is confusing, but that’s one correct form of the equation. The other is what SAcme said.
10. ## Mistake on TFS Sample Test?

hydraulic horsepower = volumetric flow rate * the specific weight of the fluid * the Pump or turbine head which gives you an answer in ft-lb/sec , divide by 550 to convert to HP
11. ## Mistake on TFS Sample Test?

You should email Doctor Tom. Also, Revoke my passing PE exam score because I used that equation about 27 times during the exam...
12. ## Mistake on TFS Sample Test?

(volumetric flow rate * specific weight of fluid * Pump head)/550 edit* if the fluid was water, specific gravity is 1, so its not included...
13. ## Travel!! Where are you headed; Where do you want to go? Where have you been?

Me: I want to travel. Bank Account: "Like, to work?"