Marietta, GA, May 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Author and engineer Jeff Setzer, PE has published a PE Exam Study Guide for the HVAC & Refrigeration portion of the Mechanical Engineering PE Exam for engineers and engineers-in-training planning to take the principles and practices of engineering examination.
The PE Exam Study Guide for the HVAC & Refrigeration portion of the Mechanical Engineering PE Exam contains test specific reference material, example test problems with solutions and a recommended “test-day” resource library for use in taking the Mechanical Engineering PE Exam. The Study Guide is written and maintained by a licensed professional engineer (PE) with over 20 years practical experience in consulting engineering, project management and construction administration. He is a graduate of the Architectural Engineering program at Kansas State University.
Mr. Setzer created this course of study after finding sparse resources to prepare an engineer or engineer-in-training for successfully passing the test. The material in the study guide comes from a very successful consulting engineering career where he advanced from an HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design engineer to a project manager and team leader. Mr. Setzer now heads up his own consulting engineering and construction management firm.
The PE Exam Study Guide for the HVAC & Refrigeration portion of the Mechanical Engineering PE Exam will help you prepare for the Exam and increase your odds of success by guiding you through specific exam question examples. There are example problems and topic discussions covering the categories listed on the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying website.
The PE Exam Study Guide for the HVAC & Refrigeration portion of the Mechanical Engineering PE Exam is available at:
Setzer Media Services
Marietta, GA 30062
Contact: Jeff Setzer, PE