FE thermo review

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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Thermodynamics Review Fundamentals Exam UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam I assume you have applied?!? Morning Session: General 120 questions, pt each Afternoon Session: General or Discipline Specific- 60 questions, 1 pt each UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam What to do in the afternoon? Your call...pass/fail is about the same. Preparation easier for general. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Morning Session: 11 out of 120 thermo questions Afternoon General Session: 6 out of 60 thermo questions UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam NCEES Reference Handbook Have you got it? Why not? How do you get it? How do you use it? www.ncees.org UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Morning session Generally unrelated. About 2 minutes per question. Fast recall essential. Use a marking system to keep track of your progress. Afternoon: 4 minutes per question. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Process of Elimination Cross out wrong answers first. Wrong answers are sometimes easier to find than right ones! Units on answer is sometimes a clue. Answers are seldom given with more than 3 sig figs, your choice should be the closest to your solution. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Guessing No penalty for guessing. Leave 10 minutes for each session for educated guessing. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Hint: Write correct answer in the margin of your test booklet beside the question and wait to you get to the end of the page before transferring to the answer key. Lookout for those long, drawn out questions questions with four paragraphs for answers!! UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Try working the following problem (you have two minutes for each type problem like this): If a sample experiencing a change of temperature from 23 deg C to 46 deg C also experiences a change in specific enthalpy of 120 kJ/kg, of what material is the sample most likely to be composed? You can use the data in the NCEES Supplied Reference Handbook or the tables in the back of your book. Better to practice these problems with your NCEES handbook..remember to be at one with this book!! Did you get Helium? There are sample tests on the NCEES website. Try these out. There are also sample tests in books like Barrons How to Prepare for the Fundamentals of Engineering FE/EIT Exam . The bookstores have books like this to help you review for the exam. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Select the best response for an isolated system. a. The entropy of the system remains constant b. The heat transfer equals the work done c. The heat transfer equals the internal energy change d. The heat transfer is zero. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fundamentals Exam Select the best response for an isolated system....
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2010 for the course MMAE 592 taught by Professor Alexanderostrogorsky during the Spring '10 term at Illinois Tech.

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