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Hey guys, I am selling my books, practice problems, practice exams, and small amount of review videos for those of you taking the PE exam with Construction as the Depth portion. I used most of these items for the April and October 2019 test. The items I have for sale are: Book - Civil EngineeringManual 15th Edition - Michael Lindeburg, P.E. Book- Quick Reference for Civil Engineer PE Exam 4th Ed. - Michael Lindeburg, P.E. Book - Construction Module Practice Problems 2nd Edition - Ruwan Rajapakse, P.E. Book - 6 min solutions GEOTECH with answers Book
Hello friends, I was a regular consumer of this forum and despite the TROLLS, I thank all the participants for the good information posted here, that helped me pass the PE exam last April 2019 In contribution, I would like to give my own impressions of the PE exam and give you my advices as far as how to get prepared for this task. First and foremost, passing the PE exam is a tough process and requires LOTS of study time and sacrifice. If you really want this, I recommend you well establish your priorities and whatever can deviate your attention and focus from the exam, should b
I'm still an engineering student in my Junior year, so bear with me. This is a side project I sometimes work on in my spare time. I've created a rough draft concept for possible track links on an early Cold War MBT. The average weight of a 50s/60s MBT was around 43 metric tons, and desired ground pressures range from .7 to 1.125 kg/cm3, which for a typically sized MBT would result in a track width somewhere between 72 and 45 cm. I chose 64 cm because it's a good round number that's higher in the spectrum. I'm wondering two main things: 1. Which method of rubber shoe replacement wo