Engineer-in-training Reference Manual

Engineer-in-training Reference Manual

Book - 1992
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More than 300,000 engineers have relied on the Engineer-In-Training Reference Manual to prepare for the FE/EIT exam. The Reference Manual provides a broad review of engineering fundamentals, emphasizing subjects typically found in four- and five-year engineering degree programs. Each chapter covers one subject with solved example problems illustrating key points. Practice problems at the end of every chapter use both SI and English units. Solutions are in the companion Solutions Manual.

Comprehensive review of thousands of engineering topics, including FE exam topics

Over 980 practice problems More than 590 figures Over 400 solved sample problems Hundreds of tables and conversion formulas More than 2,000 equations and formulas A detailed 7,000-item index for quick reference

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Publisher: Belmont, CA : Professional Publications, Inc., c1992.
Edition: 8th ed.
ISBN: 9780912045566
0912045566
Branch Call Number: 620 Li
Characteristics: 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 29 cm.

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