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eBook Civil Engineering: License Review epub

by James H. Banks,Donald G. Newnan

eBook Civil Engineering: License Review epub
  • ISBN: 079319556X
  • Author: James H. Banks,Donald G. Newnan
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Real Estate Education Co; 15 edition (July 15, 2004)
  • Pages: 758 pages
  • ePUB size: 1295 kb
  • FB2 size 1360 kb
  • Formats doc mbr azw rtf

A complete 24-problem sample exam is also included.

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It offers simple explanation and simple formulas to use for calculating problems in the PE Exam.

A review specifically for the latest version of the Civil Engineering/Professional Engineer Exam. This review book is also ideal for the new Breadth/Depth exam. It covers exam topics in 12 sections:

* Buildings * Bridges * Foundations * Retaining Structures * Seismic Design * Hydraulics * Engineering Hydrology * Water Treatment * Distribution * Wastewater Treatment * Geotechnical * Soils Engineering

The review book offers a detailed discussion of the exam and how to prepare for it. There are 335 essay and multiple-choice exam problems, with a total of 650 individual questions. A complete 24-problem sample exam is also included. The review book has been updated for the 1997 UBC and all of the latest codes. There is also an appendix on the 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.

Comments: (4)
PE Civil Exam specific review. Not a complete civil reference for your career reference, but a test oriented review. Information in the book is oriented toward the problems and questions likely to be found on the PE civil Exam. Many code specific problems and references. Each chapter has several example problems. Hundreds of sample problems. Sorry, no answers to sample problems provided at all. For answers to solutions, you will need the solutions manual.
This book is only an overview of topics, none of the topics are discussed in detail, so if you just depend on this one book to pass the exam, it is not going to work. The sample problems and other topics make assumptions without reference to where they came from. As long as you have other texts or good notes from your courses, this book is OK
Geotechnical and Engeering Economics are very well explained topics in this book. Rest is OK. Over all, good additional reference. When you go for PE exam, the more you know the better.
No one book will do it all. However, this reference was very helpful as part of a study plan based on practicing problems. That is where you get the most benefit. This has over 125 solved problems. Try them on your own first then see what you need to improve.
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