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  1. Created this account solely for preparation to October 2019 TFS PE exam, message me at https://m.facebook.com/thermal.fluids.system or e-mail me at tfsmpe@gmail.com.
  2. Created this account solely for preparation to October 2019 TFS PE exam, message me at https://m.facebook.com/thermal.fluids.system or e-mail me at tfsmpe@gmail.com.
  3. I dont mind sharing you my NCEES 2001 exam book through a group study session. Message me here, https://m.facebook.com/thermal.fluids.system and study it together. Copy all the questions if you want, just can't send you a copy.
  4. I appreciate your prompt response Slay The P.E., very well explained. What prompts me to ask the question was because the problem does not mention "air, with variable specific heats" like problem 535 did. That throws me off a little and assumed the constant specific heat is to be used. Anyhow, I needed more of practice problems like this where it seems very straight forward but actually not. I read a lot about your materials being the most realistic to the actual exam in terms of difficulty. If time permits, I'll plan to purchase your practice problems and solution after I finish covering my current review materials. Thank you so much Slay The P.E. Cheers!
  5. Thank you Audi driver, P.E. Question then from NCEES Practice Exam: Air, an ideal gas, is compressed and stores in an underground area. Known data are given.. The power required to compress the gas.. Given: temperature inlet P2/P1 Compressor Effeciency mass flow rate My question, why the formula ”power = mass flow rate (change in enthalpy)” was used, instead of ”power = mass flow rate (Cp of air) (change in temperature)”? Answers are 45810 and 46309 respectively.
  6. Hi , thanks for your message, sorry I just read it. Awesome! Actually, same he re. I am studying right now. Let's help each other out, I just PM'd you. Cheers!
  7. Hi Slay The P.E., Thank you for your input. 👍👍 Potentially asking silly questions, I prefer to save the embarrassment to a person or two. 😅 Also, I am afraid that to share problems specifics to the forum would be copyright infringement. Private study session of a group of 2 to 3 examinees would be a little less troublesome.
  8. Hello Fellow Engineers, I just got approved to write the PE Thermal and Fluids System exam for October 25, 2019 and looking for a study pal/group to stay motivated and focused during the exam prep. I’ve got a couple of practice problem books that we could go through together, aiming to improve our efficiency from each other’s technique. Should you happen to know any PE Thermal Fluids examinee on Fall 2019 that might be interested, please tag their name(s) then I will try to reach out to them. By the way, I am from the west coast hence on pacific time zone, but open to adjust my time for a study session for an hour or two. All the best to all. Regards
  9. Hello Fellow Engineers, I just got approved to write the PE Thermal and Fluids System exam for October 25, 2019 and looking for a study pal/group to stay motivated and focused during the exam prep. I’ve got a couple of practice problem books that we could go through together, aiming to improve our efficiency from each other’s technique. Should you happen to know any PE Thermal Fluids examinee on Fall 2019 that might be interested, please tag their name(s) then I will try to reach out to them. By the way, I am from the west coast hence on pacific time zone, but open to adjust my time for a study session for an hour or two. All the best to all. Regards
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