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Why Reverse Engineering
Till now people had been using science, engineering and tools to develop new technologies, new machines and new equipments. Science and engineering concepts had been put together to lead to the... More > development of computers, software, hardware etc. But now engineers have become smarter and are using science and engineering to examine the characteristics of the software that already exists. This process is known as reverse engineering because engineering is the application of science for creating something and reverse engineering is using science to examine the fundamentals behind the creation. Reverse engineering has gained lot of importance in the last few years and hence we would discuss what the benefits of reverse engineering of software are.< Less
2.61—Spring 2004: Internal Combustion Engines
This course elaborates on the fundamentals of how the design and operation of internal combustion engines affect their performance, operation, fuel requirements, and environmental impact, study of... More > fluid flow, thermodynamics, combustion, heat transfer and friction phenomena, and fuel properties, relevant to engine power, efficiency, and emissions, examination of design features and operating characteristics of different types of internal combustion engines: spark-ignition, diesel, stratified-charge, and mixed-cycle engines. The project section details the Engine Laboratory project. We have aimed this course for graduate and senior undergraduate students.< Less
FE Practice Test With Complete Solutions
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In Fall 2003, five teachers in the College of Engineering at the University of South Florida contributed questions for a Fundamentals of Engineering Question of the Day website... More > (http://fe.eng.usf.edu). On this website, everyday a question posed with multiple choices is selected randomly from a pool of questions. The user gets the feedback about the choice he/she makes, and can seek a hint to answer the question. Over the years, we have received queries from our website visitors if we could provide them with the complete solutions to all the questions in the test bank. We are now presenting this information to you at a nominal charge as a soft-cover book. The book is divided into sections that have been established for the Fundamental of Engineering (General Engineering) examination by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES).< Less
Guide to Energy Management 7th Edition
Bringing to the forefront the most critical areas of effective energy cost cutting, this fully updated edition of this best-selling energy manager's guide includes a new chapter on greenhouse gas... More > emissions management, and two updated chapters covering web-based energy information and control systems, and creating green buildings. Written by three of the most respected energy professionals in the industry, this book examines the fundamental objectives of energy management, and illustrates techniques and tools proven effective for achieving results. Topics include distributed generation, energy auditing, rate structures, economic evaluation techniques, lighting efficiency improvement, HVAC optimization, combustion and use of industrial wastes, steam generation and distribution system performance, control systems, and energy systems maintenance, renewable energy, and industrial water management.< Less
AIC LEVEL-1 ASSOCIATE CONSTRUCTOR Certification Exam ExamFOCUS Study Notes & Review Questions 2014
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The AIC Level 1 examination is a two-part written examination with 300 multiple-choice questions and several writing samples, involving a total testing time of 8 hours! It covers a wide range of... More > fundamental topics but this study notes will focus on these areas:
Management Concepts, and Project Management / Contract Administration
Engineering Concepts, and Safety
Engineering Concepts is a domain that concentrates on topics such as the properties of engineering materials, soil mechanics, concrete formwork design and applied mechanics, air mechanics and fluid mechanics. We combine these information with Safety because they share common principles and both of them carry heavy weight in the exam. Management Concepts, on the other hand, covers things such as contract formation principles, types of business entities, accounting principles and financial ratios, management systems and business ethics. We also include coverage on Project Management and Contract Administration.< Less