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Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam

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The mechanical PE exam is an eight-hour, open-book exam offered every April and October. This exam is in "breadth and depth" format -- in the morning session, all examinees work 40 problems covering the breadth of mechanical engineering; in the afternoon, examinees choose one of three 40-problem test modules that focus in-depth on specialized areas of the discipline. All p ...more
Hardcover, 1396 pages
Published December 31st 2001 by Professional Publications Inc (first published April 1st 1994)
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Jackie
I didn't really find this helpful as a study guide.
It's more of a referance manual/encyclopedia. I did find that I used it much more during the test than I expected.

Edited to add: I passed! I wasn't sure if I'd passed or not (the test was HARD), and so I believe I probably only passed by a small margin. There were a handful of problems I wouldn't have been able to solve without this reference. Therefore, I would have failed without this referance. So it gets my full recommendation!
Heidie Loudermilk
I took the HVAC test in April 2011 and PASSED!!.
I used this book for 75% of the test and ASHRAE fundamentals for 15% and didn't have the right book with me for the last 10%. I bought the problems book and read all the HVAC and thermal chapters and worked thru the problems. I just glossed over the machine design and didn't read all of the general chapters in the back except the electrical. The electrical came in really handy and I should have read the engineering economy chapter. It worked great
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Ray
Extremely helpful in studying for the PE exam
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