Civil Engineering PE Practice Exams: Breadth and Depth

Author: Indranil Goswami

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071777121

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 352

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Don't Let the Real Test Be Your First Test! Presented in the Breadth and Depth format of the actual exam, this comprehensive guide is filled with hundreds of realistic practice questions based on the Principles and Practice of Civil Engineering (PE-CIVIL) exam, given by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). Detailed solutions, including equations and diagrams, are provided for every question. Civil Engineering PE Practice Exams offers intensive test preparation and is the perfect companion to Civil Engineering PE All-in-One Exam Guide. COVERS ALL EXAM TOPICS, INCLUDING: Structural: materials, member design, design criteria Geotechnical: soil mechanics, foundations, excavation, seismic issues Water resources and environmental: hydraulics, hydrology, water supply and quality, wastewater treatment Transportation: capacity analysis, planning, freeways, multilane highways Construction: scheduling, estimating, quality control, safety

10 Practice sets for GATE Civil Engineering

Author: Disha Experts

Publisher: Disha Publications

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 126

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The book provides 10 Practice Sets with solutions designed exactly on the latest pattern of GATE exam. Questions also cover numerical answer type.

Civil Engineering All-In-One PE Exam Guide: Breadth and Depth, Second Edition

Author: Indranil Goswami

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071787720

Category: Study Aids

Page: 1152

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"All-in-One is All You Need." The most complete, up-to-date civil engineering PE exam guide Ace the civil engineering PE exam on the first try! Fully revised for compliance with the new PE Civil syllabus, new specifications, and the latest design standards, Civil Engineering PE All-in- One Exam Guide, Second Edition, covers all the material included on the Principles and Practice of Civil Engineering (PE Civil) exam, given by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). Featuring more than 200 pages of new material, this edition includes a new chapter on highway pavement design. This authoritative volume is presented in the Breadth and Depth format of the actual exam and contains equations, diagrams, exam preparation strategies, and more than 150 end-of-chapter practice questions with solutions. Designed to help you pass the exam with ease, this detailed, comprehensive resource also serves as an essential on-the-job reference. COVERS ALL EXAM TOPICS, INCLUDING: Structural: loadings, analysis, mechanics of materials, materials, member design Geotechnical: subsurface exploration and sampling, engineering properties of soils and materials, soil mechanics analysis, earth structures, foundations, retaining structures Water resources and environmental: hydraulics, hydrology, water treatment, wastewater treatment Transportation: traffic analysis, geometric design, transportation planning, traffic safety Construction: earthwork construction and layout, estimating quantities and costs, scheduling, material quality control and production, temporary structures

Civil Engineering License Review, 14th Edition

Author: Donald G. Newnan

Publisher: Dearborn Trade Publishing

ISBN: 9780793185467

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: N.A

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A review specifically for the latest version of the Civil Engineering/Professional Engineer Exam. Covers exam topics in 12 sections: Buildings; Bridges; Foundations and Retaining Structures; Seismic Design; Hydraulics; Engineering Hydrology; Water Treatment/Distribution; Wastewater Treatment; Geotechnical/Soils Engineering; and Ideal for the new breadth/depth exam A detailed discussion of the exam and how to prepare for it 335 essay and multiple-choice exam problems with a total of 650 individual questions A complete 24-problem sample exam Updated for 1997 UBC and all of the latest codes Appendix on Engineering Economy Since some states do not allow books containing solutions to be taken into the CE/PE Exam, the end-of-chapter problems do not have the solutions in this book.

Electrical Measuring Instruments and Measurements

Author: S.C. Bhargava

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0415621364

Category: Computers

Page: 650

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This book, written for the benefit of engineering students and practicing engineers alike, is the culmination of the author's four decades of experience related to the subject of electrical measurements, comprising nearly 30 years of experimental research and more than 15 years of teaching at several engineering institutions. The unique feature of this book, apart from covering the syllabi of various universities, is the style of presentation of all important aspects and features of electrical measurements, with neatly and clearly drawn figures, diagrams and colour and b/w photos that illustrate details of instruments among other things, making the text easy to follow and comprehend. Enhancing the chapters are interspersed explanatory comments and, where necessary, footnotes to help better understanding of the chapter contents. Also, each chapter begins with a "recall" to link the subject matter with the related science or phenomenon and fundamental background. The first few chapters of the book comprise "Units, Dimensions and Standards"; "Electricity, Magnetism and Electromagnetism" and "Network Analysis". These topics form the basics of electrical measurements and provide a better understanding of the main topics discussed in later chapters. The last two chapters represent valuable assets of the book, and relate to (a) "Magnetic Measurements", describing many unique features not easily available elsewhere, a good study of which is essential for the design and development of most electric equipment – from motors to transformers and alternators, and (b) "Measurement of Non-electrical Quantities", dealing extensively with the measuring techniques of a number of variables that constitute an important requirement of engineering measurement practices. The book is supplemented by ten appendices covering various aspects dealing with the art and science of electrical measurement and of relevance to some of the topics in main chapters. Other useful features of the book include an elaborate chapter-by-chapter list of symbols, worked examples, exercises and quiz questions at the end of each chapter, and extensive authors' and subject index. This book will be of interest to all students taking courses in electrical measurements as a part of a B.Tech. in electrical engineering. Professionals in the field of electrical engineering will also find the book of use.

Core Engineering Concepts for Students and Professionals

Author: Michael R. Lindeburg

Publisher: www.ppi2pass.com

ISBN: N.A

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1440

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The New Classic Engineering Reference Find the answers to all your engineering questions with Core Engineering Concepts for Students and Professionals. This authoritative reference provides comprehensive coverage of thousands of engineering concepts in one convenient book, making it an essential addition to every engineer's personal library. Core Engineering Concepts is a cross-disciplinary reference that can be used by those studying or practicing in any engineering field, including civil, mechanical, electrical, structural, environmental, industrial, or chemical engineering. Written for both students and professionals by an experienced engineer, it incorporates more than 30 years of feedback from hundreds of other engineers. Students can easily supplement their studies with this broad review of engineering fundamentals, which includes many subjects typically covered in 4- and 5-year engineering degree programs. Equally useful for professional engineers, this definitive reference emphasizes the principles and techniques used on a daily basis, as well as the specialized topics that may be encountered in practice. The Go-To Reference for Engineering Students and Professionals · Covers the breadth of a 4-year engineering degree · Contains civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, and industrial engineering subjects · Features 82 chapters covering thousands of engineering concepts · Contains more than 580 examples with step-by-step solutions · Presents over 3,700 essential engineering equations and formulas · References over 780 tables and 315 conversion factors in detailed appendices · Lists fully defined nomenclature for each chapter · Includes a comprehensive index Topics Covered · Atomic Theory · Biology · Chemistry · Circuits · Computer Programming · Dynamics · Engineering Licensure · Engineering Management · Fluids · Heat Transfer · Material Science · Mathematics · Mechanics of Materials · Physical Representation · Physics · Statics · Systems Analysis · Thermodynamics _____________________________ Since 1975 more than 2 million people preparing for their engineering, surveying, architecture, LEED®, interior design, and landscape architecture exams have entrusted their exam prep to PPI. For more information, visit us at www.ppi2pass.com.

Civil Engineering Guide for GATE/ PSUs

Author: Disha Experts

Publisher: Disha Publications

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 363

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Civil Engineering for GATE/PSUs exam contains exhaustive theory, past year questions and practice problems The book has been written as per the latest format as issued for latest GATE exam. The book covers Numerical Answer Type Questions which have been added in the GATE format. To the point but exhaustive theory covering each and every topic in the latest GATE syllabus.

Dictionary of Civil Engineering

English-French

Author: Jean-Paul Kurtz

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0306483173

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1515

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I am pleased to present a work which marks a milestone in the history of public works and, more precisely, in that of permanent structures—a comprehensive dictionary of Civil Engineering terms. Since the beginning of time, Man has always tried to find a means to clear the obstacles which nature erected to displace him. With the first tree trunk thrown across a river, man sought to improve the crossing structure. After the invention of the wheel, and to satisfy his thirst for conquest (Roman ways), and comfort (aqueducts), man built bridges that became a preremptory necessity to move quickly. Thus, Man started to build wooden and masonry works. With the passing centuries, the builders became masters in the art of building masonry works. Then came the Industrial Revolution and the advent of the steel (1864), which was closely followed by the invention of the reinforced concrete (1855). The need for railways and improving the road network inspired great works of crossing such as viaducts and tunnels. The boom of the railway network and the development of the car required the construction of an increasing number of new structures. This phenomenon continues today with hundreds of structures built each year throughout the world.