The Most Realistic Practice for the SE Exam q16-Hour Structural Engineering (SE) Practice Exam for Buildingsq contains two 40-problem, multiple-choice breadth exams and two four-essay depth exams consistent with the NCEES SE exam s format and specifications. Like the exam, this book s multiple-choice problems require an average of six minutes to solve, and the essay problems can be solved in one hour. Comprehensive step-by-step solutions for all problems demonstrate accurate and efficient problem-solving approaches. The solutions to the depth exams essay problems use blue text to identify the information you will be expected to include in your exam booklet to receive full credit. The supplemental content uses black text to enhance your understanding of the solution process. q16-Hour Structural Engineering (SE) Practice Exam for Buildingsq will help you to prepare for all four exam components connect relevant theory to exam-like problems identify accurate problem-solving approaches navigate the exam-adopted codes and standards solve problems under timed conditions Referenced Codes and Standards qAASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specificationsq (AASHTO) qBuilding Code Requirements and Specification for Masonry Structuresq (TMS 402/602) qBuilding Code Requirements for Structural Concreteq (ACI 318) qInternational Building Codeq (IBC) qMinimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structuresq (ASCE/SEI7) qNational Design Specification for Wood Construction ASD/LRFDq (NDS) qNorth American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members q(AISI) qPCI Design Handbook: Precast and Prestressed Concreteq (PCI) qSeismic Design Manualq (AISC) qSpecial Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic with Commentaryq (NDS SDPWS) qSteel Construction Manual q(AISC) About the Author Joseph S. Schuster, SE, PE, is a practicing structural engineer licensed in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Illinois. He obtained a bachelor of science in civil engineering from Cornell University and a master of science in structural engineering from Stanford University. Mr. Schuster works in New York City, New York for the national engineering firm Simpson Gumpertz a Heger Inc., where he is involved in the structural design and renovation of steel, concrete, masonry, and wood buildings. He has also worked extensively on projects involving the repair and adaptive reuse of historic structures and has investigated several building collapses. Simpson Gumpertz a Heger (SGH) is a national engineering firm that designs, investigates, and rehabilitates structures and building enclosures. SGH s award-winning work includes building, nuclear, transportation, water/wastewater, and science/defense projects throughout the United States and in more than 30 other countries. qAlso Available for Structural Engineering (SE) Exam Candidatesq qStructural Engineering Reference Manual Structural Engineering Solved Problems Six-Minute Solutions for Structural Engineering (SE) Exam Morning Breadth Problems Concrete Design for the Civil and Structural PE Exams Steel Design for the Civil and Structural PE Exams Timber Design for the Civil and Structural PE ExamsqqLike the exam, this book s multiple-choice problems require an average of six minutes to solve, and the essay problems can be solved in one hour.
|Title||:||16-Hour Structural Engineering (Se) Practice Exam for Buildings|
|Author||:||Joseph S. Schuster|
|Publisher||:||Professional Publications Incorporated - 2015-06-04|