Boiler Operator's Exam Preparation Guide

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 22, 1997 - Study Aids - 384 pages
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If the exam is on boiler operation, this guide is your fast track to acing the test! It was written by a licensed professional engineer specifically for those who work with boilers and want to pass licensing exams. With this results-oriented review guide, you’ll save study time. The Boiler Operator’s Exam Preparation Guide focuses right in on exactly the kind of problems you will find on your exam. It’s packed with practice multiple choice, problem-solving, and essay questions to help you prepare—plus this guide shows you how to answer, step by step. Working at your own pace, you’ll polish up your problem-solving skills and build up your knowledge of the underlying theories of thermodynamics and mechanics. The Boiler Operator's Exam Preparation Guide is your one-stop source for acing any exam on boiler operation!

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Contents

Chapter One Heat
1
Chapter Two Boilers
15
Chapter Three Boiler Trim
45
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Theodore B. Sauselein, P.E., is a licensed professional engineer who works in facility and laboratory project engineering at Lucent Technologies. A former chief engineer of the power and utility department of U.S. Metals Refining Company, he is also the author of Stationary Engineering and Power Technology.

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