Don't let its size fool you, this is the most complete EIT review manual available. Engineer-in-Training Examination Review Third Edition Modeled on the format of the 1991 revised EIT exam and containing more solved problems than any other review manual in the field, this powerful guide puts every possible resource at your disposal. Unlike other review manuals, it offers solutions to all 550 problems. that means you avoid the additional cost and inconvenience of a separate answer manual. Here are some of the features that make this an invaluable resource: * Based on the new revised EIT exam for 1991 * Modeled on the test format, its unique, user-friendly format offers quick access to important information * 550 solved problems modeled on those found in recent EIT exams--more than any other review manual * All problems are generously illustrated and solutions are presented in SI and English units * Each chapter begins with a concise review of important principles, supported by examples of practical applications * Includes new chapters on computer programming and the structure of matter and materials scienceIt is helpful to prepare a free-body diagram during the course of solving most problems in mechanics. ... A truss is an assemblage of pieces that may be accurately represented as two-force members; a frame is composed of members that eachanbsp;...
|Title||:||Engineer-In-Training Examination Review|
|Author||:||Donald G. Newnan, Bruce E. Larock|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1991-01-16|