Engineer-in-Training Examination Review / Edition 3by Donald G. Newnan, Bruce E. Larock
Pub. Date: 01/28/1991
This book was designed to serve one very important, primary function: to help you prepare for and pass the EIT exam. Modeled on the format of the 1991 revised EIT exam and including more solved problems than any other manual in the field, it puts every possible resource at your disposal. Its authors are registered engineers and educators with years of… See more details below
This book was designed to serve one very important, primary function: to help you prepare for and pass the EIT exam. Modeled on the format of the 1991 revised EIT exam and including more solved problems than any other manual in the field, it puts every possible resource at your disposal. Its authors are registered engineers and educators with years of experience in preparing students for the EIT exam, and they have made every effort to produce the most straightforward, concise and, above all, user-friendly guide possible, without skimping on important information. Engineer-In-Training Examination Review begins with a thorough discussion of the structure and technical content of the exam. Each of the subsequent eleven chapters focuses on one major topic covered in the exam and begins with a short review of the fundamental principles that are both conceptually important and practical. Principles are presented compactly and directlydetailed derivations are avoidedand each is supported by examples of its practical applications. The remainder of each chapter comprises multiple choice problems (generously complemented with diagrams and illustrations) modeled on those found in recent EIT exams. And, unlike other review manuals, Engineer-in-Training Examination Review provides the solutions to all of the 550 problems given-that means you avoid the added expense of a separate solution manual. Acknowledged as a standard in the field for over 20 years, this new Third Edition has been completely updated and expanded to provide you with a full arsenal of information and test-taking strategies. Now including chapters on computer programming, structure of matter and materials science, and including more problems and their solutions than any other manual available, Engineer-In-Training Examination Review is the best, most economical resource for anyone preparing for the EIT exam.
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Mechanics of Materials.
Structure of Matter and Materials Science.
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