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  1. PEinIllinois

    How I Passed the Thermal / Fluid PE exam

    Seriously? What does your diagnostic report say under: Hydraulic and Fluid Applications > Hydraulic and Fluid Equipment > Actuators
  2. PEinIllinois

    How I Passed the Thermal / Fluid PE exam

    How detailed are the categories in the diagnostic report? For instance, do they say Principles>Fluid Mechanics or do they break it down in more detail as in the exam specs: Principles>Fluid Mechanics>"Fluid properties" Principles>Fluid Mechanics>"Compressible Flow" Principles>Fluid Mechanics>"Incompressible Flow"
  3. PEinIllinois

    How I Passed the Thermal / Fluid PE exam

    If its any consolation, the NCEES practice exam for TFS doesn't have any problems or questions on any of these topics, with the very bizarre exception of one qualitative problem on the eccentric loading of a bolted connection of two metal plates. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  4. PEinIllinois

    How I Passed the Thermal / Fluid PE exam

    Yet in the NCEES TFS Practice exam, the one problem on "joints" is about eccentric loading of the bolted joint of two metal bars. I think for this it is better to review the concepts of mechanical joints: bolted, welded I think it would actually pay to review sections 53-11, 53-12, 53-15, 53-20, and 53-21 from MERM
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