Power Practice Problems for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam
Publish Date: 2010-07-02
Author: John A. Camara PE
Build Your Confidence and Improve Your Problem-Solving Skills
The best way to prepare for your exam is to solve problemsthe more problems the better. Power Practice Problems for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam provides you with the problem-solving practice and confidence you need to succeed on your exam.
To provide well-rounded, streamlined exam preparation, this book features 535 problems in varying formats and levels of difficulty and coordinates with the chapters in the Power Reference Manual. The majority of the problems are multiple-choice and mirror those on the actual exam. You will find a higher level of complexity among the 148 scenario-based problems, allowing you to review each subject in context. Short answer problems round out the book, providing conceptual and qualitative subject coverage.
After solving each problem, evaluate your problem-solving accuracy and efficiency by reviewing the provided step-by-step solution.
Power Exam Topics Covered
General Power Engineering: Measurement and Instrumentation; Special Applications; Codes and Standards
Circuit Analysis: Analysis; Devices and Power Electronic Circuits
Rotating Machines and Electromagnetic Devices: Rotating AC Machinery; Rotating DC Machinery; Batteries, Fuel Cells, and Power Supplies
Transmissions and Distribution: System Analysis; Power System Performance; Protection
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