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  1. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #10 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Total cfm, Latent and Sensible Load, Combining cfm. https://youtu.be/npdHsdtz-wE More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Download our CBT Practice Exams and Drillbook at iTunes: Exam 1: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1501987664 Exam 2: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1502177242 Exam 3: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1502475697 Exam 4: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1502649111 Drillbook: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1501432898 Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  2. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #6 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Mixed Air Temperature, Psychrometric, Bypass. https://youtu.be/zMSw2QTtcwQ More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Download our CBT Practice Exams and Drillbook at iTunes: Exam 1: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1501987664 Exam 2: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1502177242 Exam 3: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1502475697 Exam 4: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1502649111 Drillbook: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1501432898 Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  3. I have signed up for the October 2017 Mechanical engineering PE exam for machine design and materials and I am about to start my studies. I have viewed the new NCEES exam specifications (starting April 2017) and it does NOT include thermo/HVAC. Should I be skipping these types of questions from my study materials? I.e. just skip over those problems in the 6 minute solutions textbook as well as Lindeburg question workbook supporting the MERM? New test specification starting April 2017 found here http://ncees.org/wp-content/uploads/PE-Mech_Machine-Apr-2017.pdf. I'd appreciate some feedback from people who took the April 2017 exam and if they left thermodynamics problems and HVAC problems for studying? What about psychometric tables? Anything involving steam tables? I'd like to know explicitly what information I can omit from studying due to the redesign in the test. Thank you!!!
  4. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #21 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Mass, Heat Gain, Sensible Heat, Density. https://youtu.be/fHpU9EashI0 More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  5. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #8 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Air Temperature, Coil, Ventilation. https://youtu.be/fqIAdEcANpc More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  6. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #7 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Mixed Air Temperature, Enthalpy, Cooling Coil, Total Heat Transfer. https://youtu.be/BrGZrSxyc50 More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  7. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #45 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Mixed Air Temperature, Heat Transfer, Hot Water Coil. https://youtu.be/N0bnwJMbftY More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  8. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #70 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Refrigeration Effect, Pressure Enthalpy, Refrigerant Flow. https://youtu.be/0KLVJYgevSU More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  9. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #57 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Mixed Air Temperature, Sensible Heat, cfm. https://youtu.be/GTnZKVDQP_8 More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  10. Hello all, I'm brand new here. I have a bit of a career predicament. I have a B.S. (received with honor's) in Mechanical Engineering. I have a year of work experience as a design engineer. I am an extremely active and social person who used to work in journalism, so after working in design (at a computer for 8 hours a day) I nearly lost my mind. I ended up leaving to find another path that was more closely-aligned with my personality. I moved back into media and started working alongside producers on different video projects. Work has been unstable, the pay is barely above min-wage, and I have been horrified by the lack of professionalism and utter laziness among the people in media. I miss the clear instruction, the respect and the professional attitude that the engineering workplace provided. So I am at a crossroads. Are there any engineering disciplines where I can work and still be active, and still be social? All I have found is sales engineering, and I am seriously considering it. Thanks all!
  11. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #42 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Work of Compression, P-h Diagram, Isentropic Process. https://youtu.be/RTRIvGfO3Kc More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  12. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #70 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Compressor, Refrigeration Effect, Refrigerant Flow, P-h Diagram. More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  13. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #49 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Cooling Towers, Condenser Water, Heat Transfer. https://youtu.be/i2dziKwRPgI More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: HVAC2020 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  14. Here's a free video giving all the solution issues and references for #13 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Parallel Flow in Hydronic Cooling Systems and the Mechanical Reference Handbook. https://youtu.be/NtIKu52B6lk More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: EARLYBIRD80 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  15. Saw some chat about needing help with NCEES #27! Here's a free video giving a step-by-step solution to #27 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Steam Quality/Steam Tables/Saturation https://youtu.be/2ea5wt_b-4Y More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: EARLYBIRD80 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  16. Here's a free video giving a step-by-step solution to a variation of #20 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Chilled Water Flow through Coil. https://youtu.be/lqqrzPNNiXQ More videos coming soon! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: EARLYBIRD80 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  17. Here's a free video giving a step-by-step solution to a variation of #5 in the NCEES P.E. Practice Test for HVAC&R. Topic: Humidification/Dehumidification. https://youtu.be/BimOAewURAk More videos coming soon! __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get Practice with the 2020 Exam Standards and Question-Types, The Best and Most Up-to-Date PE HVAC&R Exam Prep Available, The Least Expensive Study Material of its Kind. Now get 50% off printed books with code: EARLYBIRD80 Visit https://www.exoverzero.com to learn more and purchase.
  18. So I'm in the final stages of negotiating a new job with a fairly large MEP consulting firm (>100 million yearly gross), and I'm going to be going into salary negotiations next week with them. I'm fairly certain that I've been underpaid at my previous firm (<50 person firm), so I'm trying to make sure I don't take a low salary again and actually get up to market average. So here's where I currently am sitting: Salary: $89.5k, no bonus, no profit sharing. Benefits are also pretty lackluster (Grandfathered in High Deductible high deductible health plan that does not have an HSA, 1.5% 401k match, 3 weeks PTO) Location: Denver, Colorado Experience: 9 years PE: Licensed in 4 states, including Colorado Responsibilities: Only PE in remote office, so I have to review all drawings, stamp and sign, as well as oversee 4 other engineers. I also have to manage the office in general. This includes things like managing CAD licensing, dealing with building maintenance issues, managing employee transit passes, etc. On top of those responsibilities, my designs were responsible for somewhere around ~$210,000 in billings this year. Some more will be billed in January (~$20,000, maybe more). For the new job, I'd be opening a new branch office for this company. Right off the bat we'd only be 4 engineers total, but I'd be the Mechanical and Plumbing technical lead for the office, as well as have some office management responsibilities (although far less than I currently do) and obviously overseeing the younger engineers. The company does have dedicated clients in the area already, but through some weird occurrences, several Architects found out I was moving companies and said they wanted to follow me to my new firm. This means that I'd have ~$100,000 in MEP work right away if the company wants it, with likely another 300-500k for the rest of the year. This company is also supposed to have a pretty solid benefits package and they give bonuses yearly. So with all that in mind, and from what research I've been able to do on it, I'm thinking of trying to get a $100,000 base salary, but I'm not sure it's appropriate for my role. If anyone who is (or has been) in a similar situation/city can give a bit of feedback to say if I'm being unreasonable, I'd appreciate it.
  19. Good Evening, I'm looking for practice exams to go through for the mechanical PE hvac exam this October. If anyone has anything, I am willing to purchase it. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  20. Encadria Staffing Solutions places employees at Georgia-Pacific and many other Koch companies across the country. The Koch family of companies is built on principles of integrity and respect. We pride ourselves on doing the right thing... for you, for us, and for the companies we partner with. We provide opportunities for temporary,temporary-to-hire and full-time employment. If you are looking for your next career move, consider this- We are seeking an Engineering Manager for a large Engineering, Procurement and Construction project in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. This is a new construction project for a full scale pilot plant and a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a part of a technology that can impact the way the world handles waste in the future. This video link explains more about what we are going to achieve once this new technology is implemented. https://youtu.be/TnESG-chtak- Juno™ Introduction Video These are a few of the responsibilities the manger will have during the project. This role is working with John Zink, a Koch Industries company.This is a temporary 6+ month project based out of Tulsa, OK with 20% travel to Juneau, Alaska. 1. Typical Responsibilities/A Day In The Life Could Include: Facilitate production of engineering packages and resolution of technical issues. Read, interpret and enforce customer specifications for all equipment deliverables. Work closely with all engineering disciplines (Civil, Structural, Mechanical and I&E) to ensure engineering work is per customer specification and sold scope of supply and provides appropriate information for construction. Drive on-time engineering deliverables from internal and external partners. Drive on-time approvals of engineering deliverables from our customer. Review and approve engineering deliverables, including drawing packages, from internal and external partners. Manage the RFI process with our customer; to/from our vendors. Ensure on-time ordering of equipment per the scheduled date(s). Manage outside engineering contracts. Monitor engineering progress and provide input to project controls for tracking. 2. Requirements/What You Will Need to Bring With You (need to be measurable/objective): Bachelor’s degree in Civil,Construction or Mechanical Engineering or related field. Minimum of 5 years of construction engineering or design experience on industrial, utility or petrochemical capital or upgrade projects. Direct field experience with construction engineering on industrial, utility or petrochemical capital or upgrade projects. Working knowledge of civil, structural mechanical and I&E disciplines and construction deliverables. 3. Preferred Qualifications/What Will Put You Ahead (need to be measurable/objective): 10 or more years of construction engineering or design experience on industrial, utility or petrochemical capital or upgrade projects. 4. Physical Requirements: Capable of working in outdoor weather and environmental conditions including heat and humidity, cold,and high elevations. Standing for extended periods of time up to 10 hours per day. 5. Requisition: Contract Position, 6 months+/- Tulsa based position 20% Travel Contact Kyle.Etheredge@gapac.com to apply! https://employers.indeed.com/j#jobs/view?id=45e8e9f7df70 www.encadria.com
  21. Hi everyone, For those who may ask for it, below the steps I went through to obtain the CA PE license. Discipline: Mechanical. 04/05/19 - Took NCEES 8 hour exam 05/14/19 - Received results notice from NCEES. Passed 8 hour. 05/20/19 - Mailed my application package for licensure via USPS priority mail (with a tracking number) 05/21/19 - CA BPELSG received my application package (tracked with tracking number) 05/29/19 - CA BPELSG cashed the check in my application package 07/29/19 - Received email from CA BPELSG, stating that my application package was technically approved 08/20/19 - Received email from CA BPELSG, stating that I was a California licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer 08/21/19 - Received mail with license number Overall the process went pretty fast once the application was submitted but putting all the paperwork and application package took a lot of time going through official school transcripts, notarization, recommendation sealed letters etc. Good luck to you all.
  22. Hello everyone, I meant to call this topic "the PE - an epic journey" but thought again about the title to give it more reach. I passed the Mech HVAC PE exam last April 2019 and here is how. The strategy I have followed is the one that has always worked for me so far for many exams but you will surely have other means to get to your goal. Given the fact that it gets challenging to exactly know what you will be tested on, and that it impacts a lot your surroundings such as your family, I prepared to maximize my chances to only take it once. It was sort of a go or no-go and I had decided that failure wouldn't be an option. Should I fail, I wouldn't have had any regrets since I was pushing it at the forefront of everything not leaving me in the doubt that I could have done better and better. All of this is about the MINDSET and what you are ready to sacrifice to make it your first priority. "I don't have time" wasn't applicable anymore. "I need to find the time" was the right approach. Given all of this, I have started studying for the April 2019 session beginning of December 2018 after procrastinating the whole November month. I am 35 year old, dad of a (by then) 2-month-old daughter (she is now 7-month-old), have a full-time job (50h/week) and my wife works full time as well. No family local support. Time to study: 5 months (~300/ 400h). That may sound overkill but that's what I put to get there. Averaged studying schedule: 2h each day of weekday and 10h per weekend with some exception when my job took over. I wanted to keep myself motivated so the reason was to NOT lose momentum! Some prep game pieces of advice to get started: 1- Kill the impostor syndrome taking you away from what you truly want. 2- You only know what you are capable of so don't let other sidetracking you from your goals. 3- Get surrounded by positive energy (people you like who support you). Make them understand what your journey is about to be like. Collateral damage will exist so better to let others know about it. 4- Make sure you can focus by chunks of time that are effective. 2h was for me the minimum to get into it fully. 5- Secure a zone where you can leave your mess behind and big enough to be able to open several books on the table. From Day 0 I didn't know what to look up for and what resources to study. After googling a few keywords it came obvious to buy the MERM (13th edition). I tabbed the pages I needed and used the reference appendixes like crazy. I cruised through various chapters and have established a roadmap. Instead of studying the MERM, I instead took a bottom-up approach diving straight away into practice pbs. I was learning by doing. Among those below is what I followed in order over 4/5 months straight: 0- The MERM - get a sense of what is in there. Tab the chapters and pages you need overtime and appendixes you will get back often especially the steam tables. 1- Mechanical PE Exam Prep (Youtube and Udemy videos, and few 1 on 1 calls) extremely useful to go over the fundamentals and practice problems. Use the MERM to refer to the equations. Did them all 3 times or until I had them 90% right - Some overlap with the SMS and NCEES practice pbs. 2- 6 Minutes Solutions (SMS): Very useful to go over the answers in details. Know them on your fingertips. Did them all 3 times or until I had them 90% right. 3- EngineeringProGuide: bought the study guide, practices exams, and reference practice exams problems. Did them all 3 times or until I had them 90% right. Great to know how to use the 4 ASHRAE handbooks. 4- NCEES practice exams (2011 and 2016). Did back and forth all the problems 3 times or until I had them 90% right. 5- MERM practice pbs (selected ones). Focus on those that require more attention such as fundamentals. 6- ASHRAE Handbooks (Fundamentals, HVAC and Systems and Equipment, Refrigeration, Applications). Very useful to know where the chapters and empirical equations are located. You will be tested on those! 7- ASHRAE 90.1 55.1 62.1 Standards. Know what the requirements are for each. 8- NFPA 90 A and 90B codes. Good to cruise over to figure what type of information is inside. 9- Your PERSONAL cheat sheet!: The most important of it all. Write down all the equations you need and store for the quick lookup. 10- Psychrometric Charts and MISC materials. Anything not listed up above that important enough to include. Important to have the Sea Level, 5000ft, low and high temp ones. I saved the last month to actually go over all the material up above in no specific order and prepare for the exam. Did some 8h sessions with a 1h break in between to put me in the real situation, under a TIME PRESSURE. Good to figure out how much your brain can absorb before you get sidetracked and miss focus. Went to the site a week prior to the exam, got to know where the room would be. Before test day, packed in a suitcase of the reference materials, some snacks, water bottles, wrist clock and most importantly: earplugs. Looked again at all the notes the last time and made sure the cheat sheet materials were in a three-ring binder. Rested for the rest of the day. On exam day, the AM session went fine but the PM one was a killer. The NCEES practice exam books are representative enough of what to expect but figured that they were a lot of problems requiring some lookup from the ASHRAE handbooks. Left the exam room in the unknown given the fact that I didn't know was the cutting score would be. I had read online one needs to score 70%. Overall I was confident enough to get close to this score but did some educated guess here and there. The hardest part was the wait before the release 39/40 days after! The major takeaway is that you should go there confident and under cold-blood. The more you can prepare for it, the better for your future. This is a short term pain for a long term gain. Had down times driven by emotions, lack of sleep and stress stacking up but was an indicator that I meant to make it happen. No one wants to live this twice or more with a family and busy schedule. Celebrate hard after you pass to release all the commitment you went through! You can do it! Best to you all and good luck with the exam! Olivier PS: - Pic 1, my 4months daughter checking that the maths are right - Pic 2, a souvenir. Glad I didn't start a collection.
  23. hello I'm selling my PE exam books I used for the Oct 2017 exam, mechanical / HVAC - Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual (Michael R. Lindeburg, 13th edition) - $190 - 6 minute solutions for mechanical PE exam HVAC and refrigeration problems (Keith E. Elder, 2nd edition) - $50 - NCEES PE mechanical engineering practice exam, HVAC and Refrigeration (purchased from NCEES for Oct 2017 exam) - $35 all in excellent condition (no notes, I might have one or two sticky note left in the manual, you can just take those off) shipping included US48 if buy all 3.
  24. State of the Art Novel InFlowTech 1Gearturbine RotaryTurbo 2Imploturbocompressor One CompressionStep View File Featured Project Development - State of the Art Novel InFlowTech: ·1-Gearturbine RotaryTurbo, ·2-Imploturbocompressor One CompressionStep: |/ *1; Gearturbine Project, Rotary Turbo, Have the similar basic system of the Aeolipile Heron Steam Turbine device from Alexandria 10-70 AD · With Retrodynamic = DextroRPM VS LevoInFlow + Ying Yang Way Power Type - Non Waste Looses · 8X/Y Thermodynamic CYCLE Way Steps. 4 Turbos, Higher efficient percent. No blade erosion by sand & very low heat target signature Pat:197187IMPI MX Dic1991 Atypical Motor Engine Type. |/ *2; Imploturbocompressor; Imploducted, One Moving Part System Excellence Design - The InFlow Interaction comes from Macro-Flow and goes to Micro-Flow by Imploducted Implossion - Only One Compression Step; Inflow, Compression and outflow at one simple circular dynamic motion / New Concept. To see a Imploturbocompressor animation, is possible on a simple way, just to check an Hurricane Satellite view, and is the same implo inflow way nature. Submitter retrodynamic Submitted 11/20/2018 Category Civil- Transportation Notes  
  25. Still celebrating my PE pass! I think the past few weeks have taken years off of my life...
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