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  1. Folks, this is what I used to study and prepare for the exam (my exam was the October 2016 HVAC + Refrigeration exam). It might be overkill, but it worked for me. Textbooks: Shigley's Mechanical Engineering Design (9th Edition) Heat and Mass Transfer (Incropera) (5th Edition) Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics (Munson) (7th Edition) Thermodynamics An Engineering Approach (Cengel) (7th Edition) Engineering Manuals: Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual (Lindeburg) (13th Edition) Mark's Standard Handbook (Avallone) (11th Edition) ASHRAE Handbooks: 2007 HVAC Applications 2008 HVAC Systems and Equipment 2009 Fundamentals 2014 Refrigeration Fluid and HVAC References: Cameron Hydraulic Data Hydraulic Institute Engineering Data Book (2nd Edition) Psychrometrics Theory and Applications Manual Trane Air Conditioning Manual Quick Reference for the Mechanical Engineering PE Exam (Lindeburg) (5th Edition) ASHRAE Standards and other codes: ASHRAE 90.1-2010 ASHRAE 62.1-2007 ASHRAE 55-2004 NFPA 90A IMC 2015 Sample Problems: Practice Problems for the Mechanical Engineering PE Exam (Lindeburg) (13th Edition) Mechanical PE Practice Examination (Lindeburg 3rd Edition) 101 Solved Mechanical Engineering Problems (Lindeburg) NCEES Practice Exam - HVAC and Refrigeration NCEES Practice Exam - Thermal and Fluid Systems NCEES Practice Exam - Mechanical Systems and Materials Six Minute Solutions (Elder) (2nd Edition) Mechanical PE Exam - How to Pass On Your First Try (Shepherd) Study Guide for the HVAC and Refrigeration Portion of the Exam Mechanical Engineering 175 Problems and Solutions (Pefley) (6th Edition) Tabbed Binders: MERM Appendix (easier to go through rather than using Lindeburg Manual's Appendix at the end of the book) HVAC Fluids Thermodynamics Machine Design Heat Transfer Other Topics More Tables I studied for over 450 hours spanning 5 months.
  2. I have very limited knowledge on the Exam, from what I learned is that the exam held electronically. What I want to know is whether we would be provided a blank hard copy paper in order to do our calculation while taking the exam?
  3. All books are for sale. If they sold I will cross them out. Not all versions are the newest. Books have minimal or no marks. All are in great shape from a non smoking home. Price is price plus shipping. $5 off additional books if buying two or more. (If you buy 3 books you get $10 off total order.) Private message me purchase. Mike's Civil PE Exam Guide - Morning Session (2010) 40 sample problems $15 NCEES Civil Transportation Sample Questions + Solutions (2011) $60 Michael Lindeburg -Practice Problems for the Civil Engineering PE Exam - Thirteenth Edition $80 Michael Lindeburg - Civil Engineering Solved Problems - Sixth Edition $35 Michael Lindeburg - Quick Reference for the Civil Engineering PE Exam- Seventh Edition $80 Michael Lindeburg - Index for the Civil Engineering Reference Manual - Thirteenth Edition $20 Michael Lindeburg - Civil Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam - Thirteenth Edition $85 Micheal Lindeburg - Civil Discipline Specific Review for the FE/EIT Exam - Second Edition $15 Norman R. Voigt - Transportation Depth Reference Manual for the Civil PE Exam - First Edition $75 Norman R. Voigt - Six Minute Solutions for the Civil PE Exam - Transportation Problems - Fourth Edition $75
  4. $30 BOB'S RIGGING & CRANE HANDBOOK THE HOISTING TRIANGLE SEVENTH EDITION- Like new $15 2010 PE Civil : Construction Sample Questions and Solutions by NCEES Staff - fair condition used with answers circles. AM and PM questions $25 Project Management for Engineering and Construction by Garold D. Oberlender (2000, Hardcover) ISBN: 9780070393608 - good condition. $90 Construction Depth Reference Manual for the Civil PE Exam by Thomas Korman (2011, Paperback) ISBN:9781591263487- like new a few highlights. $75 Civil PE Construction Module 4th [Paperback] [2010] (Author) Ruwan Rajapakse PE CCM CCE AVS, Ruwan Rajapakse - like new has highlights. $75 Civil PE Construction Module Practice Problems [Paperback] [2010] (Author) Ruwan Rajapakse PE CCM CCE AVS, Ruwan Rajapakse - like new has highlights. $75 Six-Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Construction Problems by Elaine Huang (2012, Paperback) ISBN: 9781591263708 good condition problems worked. Has AM and PM. $130 318-08: Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary - new. $20 Design Loads on Structures During Construction : SEI/ASCE Standard No. 37-02. ISBN: 9780784406182 -new. $50 National Design Specification (NDS) for Wood Construction-ASD/LRFD 2005 : With Commentary and Supplement: Design Values for Wood Construction by Natfo and Adams. ISBN: 9780962598593 ALL BOOKS AS LISTED OR BEST OFFER. SHIPPING: ITEMS USUALLY SHIP WITHIN 6 - 10 BUSINESS DAYS.
  5. I have been a transportation/civil engineer for 8 years and was lucky to have a very good training and work experience. I would like to take my knowledge to the next level with some serious learning. I would appreciate some advices/suggestions/ideas on the best manuals/standards/guides/papers that you know of and would get your hands on earlier in your career in the areas below. (Also anything else you think would complement them well and would make one a great transportation/civil engineer). I appreciate your time and help! Both design and operation on: Roadway, pedestrian, hydraulics, site, traffic, mass transit, rail, ITS, project management. Thanks!
  6. Hello engineerboards community, So it's been a while of job searching and I still haven't been able to land many interviews let alone a job. I managed to get one phone screen interview but there wasn't much of a follow-up so I figured it's a goner. I'm looking for an entry-level transportation/transit/traffic engineer position but don't have any relevant experience in the field. (Cover letter and resume: http://imgur.com/a/NgHAE) Anyway, lately, I've been thinking of just going back to school for a Master's Degree in Transportation Engineering. Ideally, I'd want to just get a job and get some experience under my belt instead of going for the Master's. However, it just seems like it's not happening right now so I want to make the most out of my time and thought pursuing the Master's would be worthwhile. Also, if I don't get enough experience by then, the PE license will eventually require Master's degrees so there's that. That being said, any of you that have experience or insight on this, can you shed some light please? Does it help or hurt to get a Master's degree without any relevant/internship experience? That is, will it help or hurt my chances of landing an entry-level position? What do you think are my best options right now? Should I just keep job searching or go for the Master's? Should I "settle" for internships? I've been considering this as well but can barely find anything either. Also, in my job searching approach, I was thinking of calling some of the local smaller (transportation) engineering firms around my area and seeing if they had any positions since my email inquiries haven't gotten me anywhere. Any and all help is greatly appreciated!!
  7. HVAC & Refrigeration Technical Study Guide for the Mechanical PE Exam [$65] Learn the key skills and concepts for each of the topics covered in the PE Exam Practice your skills with over 75 Practice Problems Test your skills with a 40 Question Practice Exam See Engineering Pro Guides for more information.
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