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Environmental Engineering PE Exam - DVD Set
New! Prepare for the Environmental Engineering PE Exam!Environmental Engineering Reference Manual, 2nd Edition
Green engineering is an increasingly important aspect of engineering education and practice. Creating green, clean and sustainable environments is an important element in today's engineering requirements. Join 1000's of engineers that are already participating in this exciting career path as an Environmental Engineer P.E. With our new Environmental PE Exam Review Version 1.0 developed by North Carolina State University, SmartPros can get you on the right path to passing the exam and earning your P.E. designation.
To help you prepare for the Environmental Engineering PE License Exam, NC State University has created a series of three DVD review sessions designed to acquaint you with the fundamental knowledge, concepts and equations you'll need to pass the Environmental PE Exam. These DVDs were developed from a series of Environmental PE Exam Review seminars held recently by engineering faculty on North Carolina State's Centennial Campus. Modules include:
MODULE 1: Water Treatment Operations and Processes
Instructed by Dr. Richard O. Mines, Jr., PE
Our first review module covers basic chemical concepts, water quality parameters & standards, an overview of water treatment, coagulation and flocculation, softening and sedimentation, and filtration and disinfection. Dr. Mines devotes significant review time to problem-solving techniques for the exam.
MODULE 2: Wastewater Systems
Instructed by Victor A. D'Amato, PE
Our second review module focuses on treatment standards, wastewater treatment, system components, loading factors, influent, flow diagrams, clarifiers, filtration, disinfection, sludge, dewatering, mass balance, and kinetics of biological growth. Mr. D’Amato also reviews Water Quality Modeling including reactor dynamics, CSTR & PFR reactors, activated sludge, trickling, BOD, Streeter-Phelps Equation, oxygen sag, aeration, oxidation, and rotating biological contactors. Mr. D'Amato discusses exam-taking tips and conversion factors and works numerous practice problems, as well.
Our third review module is taught in three parts.
Part One: Solid Waste and Hazardous Materials Systems
Instructed by Charlie Parrish, PE
Part one includes an overview of regulations, solid waste management, land filling, incineration, and hazardous waste treatment and remediation.
Part Two: Air Quality Systems
Instructed by Charlie Parrish, PE
Part 2 covers air flow, ideal gas law, indoor air quality, stationary source, mobile source, and control technologies.
Part Three: Public Health & Safety
Instructed by Wendy Laing, CSP
Part three focuses on industrial hygiene, emergency plans, epidemiology, toxicology and radiation protection
Both Ms. Laing and Mr. Parrish devote review time to acquaint you with the fundamental knowledge, concepts and equations you need in these subject areas.
Self-loading DVDs. Each of the three review modules is approximately 6 hours in duration. A CD-ROM of the instructors' notes is also enclosed. Copyright North Carolina State University 2008.
In addition to the DVD's, we highly recommend the following to help you with your preparation for the exam:
The new, second edition of the Environmental Engineering Reference Manual is the most current, comprehensive review for the all-objective environmental PE exam. Developed in response to the current test specifications and input from many recent examinees, this manual provides the topical review, the solved example problems, the tables of data, and other resources you need to pass this exam.
Practice Problems for the Environmental Engineering PE Exam
A companion to the Environmental Engineering Reference Manual, 2nd Edition, Practice Problems for the Environmental Engineering PE Exam provides more than 370 problems for you to work. All problems have step-by-step solutions, giving you the immediate feedback you need to make your review effective. Most problems are in the same multiple-choice format as the exam. Solutions are shown in both customary US and SI units.
Environmental PE Exam DVD Course Fee*: $475.00. Member fee*:$425
Environmental Engineering Reference Manual, 2nd Edition: $199.95
Practice Problems for the Environmental Engineering PE Exam: $64.95
Or order all three for additional savings under a special offer discount!
*A member of a professional environmental or engineering association