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  1. I am applying for the California Civil PE. I am trying to fill out my Engagement Record form. I am confused what to put in the "Description of Engineering Decisions Made" section. There seems to be some overlap between what is good for civil engineers to say vs what is good for mechanical engineers to say. E.g. piping outside of a building is civil engineering but piping inside of a building is mechanical engineering. Since I am applying for the CIVIL PE, what "Engineering Decisions" are considered civil (to be clear, this is general civil, NOT traffic, structural, or geotechnical). - Is sizing pumps civil? Is choosing flow meters civil? Any suggestions? Thank you!
  2. For the solution for question 138 in the Lindeburg PE sample exam: why is the equation for the stiffness 12EI/L^3 for each column? The problem asks you to idealize the structure as a cantilever, so shouldn't the stiffness be 3EI/L^3 for each column (like a cantilevered beam)? They account for the fact that there are 4 columns later on in the solution, so I must be missing something with the original stiffness equation. There's nothing in the errata for this problem. Could someone help me out? Thanks a bunch!
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  4. Please ask for explanation of Spin-up sample exam problems. Hope forum members will help to understand the problems and their solutions. Thanks,
  5. In the NCEES review problems (mechanical) problem 519 and 536 ask questions about the same lead screw. In 519 they use the average of the minor and major diameters, and in 536 they use only the minor diameter. What is the reasoning for one vs. the other, or am I simply failing to comprehend some basic principle? The only other problem I had was with #138 and was covered in the errata:
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