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hello guys, could anybody guide to select the correct SMS Mechanical_Thermal and Fluids System for my PE Exma Prep? I have seen two different copies. 1) https://ppi2pass.com/thermal-and-fluids-systems-six-minute-problems.html Thermal and Fluids Systems Six-Minute Problems (METSSX2) by Daniel C. Deckler, PhD, PE ISBN: 978-1-59126-550-4 2) https://www.amazon.com/Six-Minute-Solutions-Mechanical-Thermal-Problems/dp/1591261473/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1522813476&sr=8-1&keywords=six+minute+solutions+for+mechanical+pe+exam Six-Minute Solutions for Mechanical PE Exam Thermal and Fluids Systems Problems, 2nd Ed by Daniel C. Deckler ISBN-13: 978-1591261476 Thank you!
So, I completed the April 2015 Mechanical Engineering: Thermal and Fluids Exam yesterday and I am feeling pretty good overall. It kind of scares me because I got a solution to all the questions except one, which I will get to in a minute. However, I am worried that I made "the simple mistake" on them which is why my answer was actual listed. Here is for hoping... Now, as I mentioned above, one of the questions I did not get an answer that was within the realm of available answers on the sheet. It was a fairly straight forward problem and I got an answer exactly in the middle of two choices. After the exam, I checked one of my other reference manuals I have at home with a nearly identical problem and my solution method was correct. Is there anything that I can do about this? Also, one other question on the exam that required the use of tables, utilized values outside of any table that I had for the subject matter. I referenced tables out of three different sources and they all had the same range of values posted. I ended up using an extended interpolation and I got an answer close enough to choose, but should this be brought up to the exam committee as well?
I thought I would start a thread to collect information and opinions, about on-line Masters Degree programs for engineers. I know many of us have gone through these or are currently enrolled in one, and one of these days (?) it will become a requirement to get a PE license. I haven't seen much info out there about the quality of the programs, or what they are like. So this might be a good start. I am currently attending an on-line M.S. program, and I will post my impressions below, but first I thought I would just set up a basic format for people to follow to tell us about their program. You don't have to, but it might make your advice easier to digest for others who are looking for a program to attend. Please cut, paste, and answer the following questions: