Electrical Engineering Reference Manual for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam / Edition 6by John A. Camara, John A. Camara, Raymond B. Yarbrough
Pub. Date: 11/28/2001
Publisher: Professional Publications, Incorporated
The Electrical Engineering Reference Manual, 6th edition (EERM6) is written for engineers taking the new-format electrical and computer PE exam, offered beginning with the April 2002 administration of the exam. The introduction in EERM6 explains the nuts and bolts of the exam process. You'll get full details on the exam format and the topics that will likely be… See more details below
The Electrical Engineering Reference Manual, 6th edition (EERM6) is written for engineers taking the new-format electrical and computer PE exam, offered beginning with the April 2002 administration of the exam. The introduction in EERM6 explains the nuts and bolts of the exam process. You'll get full details on the exam format and the topics that will likely be covered in each of the three "depth" sections of the exam. And you'll find valuable advice to help you prepare for the exam--from planning your study schedule to deciding what you need to take to the test. In addition, you'll find hundreds of table, charts, and figures providing data at your fingertips.
With the Reference Manual and its accompanying products, you can be confident of using the best preparation materials available for this PE exam. It won't take the work out of the preparation process, but it will make your study time as productive as possible.
For practice problems coordinated with this manual, order Practice Problems for the Electrical and Computer Engineering PE Exam (ISBN 1-888577-57-6). Both these books are part of Professional Publications's Engineering Review Series, used by over 700,000 engineers to pass their licensing exams.
About the Author
John A. Camara holds PE licenses in both electrical and nuclear engineering. He is a principal engineer and integrated product team leader with Phantom Works, the R&D unit of the Boeing Company. A retired U.S. Navy lieutenant commander, he served as a nuclear-trained electrical engineer and submarine officer. Mr. Camara earned his BS in electrical and computer engineering and materials science and engineering from the University of California at Davis and his MS in space systems from the Florida Institute of Technology. He is the author of 101 Solved Nuclear Engineering Problems (ISBN 1-888577-30-4, Professional Publications, Inc.)
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