Mechanical PE Thermal & Fluids Full Exam
by Justin Kauwale, P.E.
80 Exam Problems for the Mechanical Thermal & Fluids PE Exam with detailed solutions. This sample exam was designed to be as close to the actual exam as possible by following these key steps. First the topics were identified from the official website. Second, these topics were investigated for key concepts and skills that are commonly used by practicing mechanical engineers. Next, these key concepts and skills were filtered for those that could be tested in roughly 6 minutes per problem. Finally, this sample exam focuses on the principle or application of a skill or concept and not background knowledge of the topic or concept.
This systematic approach to developing sample problems, gives you near actual exam problems for the Mechanical Thermal & Fluids PE Exam. Use this exam to gauge your level of preparedness and to help focus your studying into your areas of need.
Test yourself in all the Thermal and Fluids PE Exam topics
- Basic Engineering Practice (6 of 80 problems)
- Fluid Mechanics (6 of 80 problems)
- Heat Transfer (6 of 80 problems)
- Mass Balance (4 of 80 problems)
- Thermodynamics (6 of 80 problems)
- Supportive Knowledge (4 of 80 problems)
- Hydraulic and Fluid Equipment (15 of 80 problems)
- Distribution Systems (9 of 80 problems)
- Energy/Power Equipment (8 of 80 problems)
- Cooling/Heating (6 of 80 problems)
- Energy Recovery (5 of 80 problems)
- Combined Cycles (5 of 80 problems)
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- Series: Mechanical PE Exam
- Title: Mechanical PE Thermal & Fluids Full Exam
- Author: Justin Kauwale, P.E.
- Pages: 167
- Language: English
- Format: PDF
- Publisher: Engineering Pro Guides
- Last Updated: See latest errata.
Mechanical PE Thermal & Fluids Full Exam.
IntroductionIncludes how to use the book and recommended references.
QuestionsSample exam questions, covering exam material.
SolutionsHow to complete each question with detailed instructions.
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This exam covers all of the NCEES PE topics including Basic Engineering Practice, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Mass Balance, Thermodynamics, Supportive Knowledge, Hydraulic & Fluid Equipment, Distribution Systems, Energy/Power Equipment, Cooling/Heating, Energy Recovery and Combined Cycles. This exam focuses on the key concepts and skills in these topics.
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The sample exams are separated into a morning and afternoon session, each with 40 problems, just like the actual exam. The sample exam also has four possible solutions, with 1 correct answer and 3 other solutions that can be achieved by making common mistakes, just like the actual exam.
The sample exams were created based on the topics given by NCEES. Each topic is weighted by the probability that it will appear on the exam. The sample exam uses these percentages to ensure each topic is covered.
The sample exams were created based on the following analysis. There is only 6 minutes to complete each problem on average. This indicates that the problems can not be too detailed and complex. The problems are also meant to test your ability to practice engineering. Thus the problems can not be on obscure material and must be on often practiced material.
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The sample exam not only provides you a way to measure your progress and understanding of the material, the sample exam can also be used as a learning tool. The sample exam provides step by step solutions in order to help you understand the process of solving the problem.