Quick Reference for the Civil Engineering PE Exam
Of all the PE exams, more people take the civil than any other discipline. The eight-hour, open-book, multiple-choice exam is given every April and October. The exam format is breadth-and-depth -- all examinees are tested on the breadth of civil engineering in the morning session; in the afternoon, they select one of five specialties to be tested on in-depth. Our civil PE books are current with the exam; they reflect the new format, and they reference all the same codes used on the exam.Quick Reference, which facilitates finding formulas during the exam; and subject-specific reviews on the complex areas of bridge and timber design.
-- Organizes all important formulas for fast access during the exam
-- Corresponds to topics in the Civil Engineering Reference Manual, 8th ed.
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9net AASHTO ac-ft additional study material ANALYSIS angle ASD WALL DESIGN AXIAL Beam BEARING CAPACITY BENDING STRESS BRACED Btu/hr Btu/s calcium calcium bicarbonate carbonate CERM Chapter chapter and section CLAY COLUMNS composite action COMPRESSION corresponding chapter cos0 CREST CURVES critical section DEFLECTION degree angular density diameter of x-x ENERGY Engrg Reference Manual equation factor Figure flange FLEXURE FLOW formulas ft-lbf ft-lbf/min gal/day gal/day-ft2 gal/min grams HORIZONTAL CURVE lbf/in2 lbf/in2 lbf/in2 lbm/ft3 length linear liter of solution MG-mg mg/L MODULUS Multiply number in CERM oxygen PARALLEL AXIS THEOREM PARAMETERS PFR and CSTR Pmax PRESSURE Quick Reference radians ratio rectangular RETAINING WALLS section number slab Soil specific gravity spond to CERM SSD sand Structural Steel table numbers corre tan2 tangent TENSION trapezoid Vector velocity VERTICAL CURVE volume width