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Can't help you on the scientific dictionary, but I'll give you whatever advice I can.
 
If you're taking the SE 1:
 
Study bridge design if you haven't yet.  There was a lot more of it on the test than I thought there would have been.  Also, know how to get center of rigidity for a diaphragm and how to transfer all of the lateral forces to whatever lateral load resisting system you've got.  Know ASCE 7 ('02, I believe) inside and out:  Snow load, wind load and seismic - and what factors and load combinations to use for each.
 

Brian S. Bossley, PE
Ventura Engineering
7610 Olentangy River Rd.
Columbus, OH 43235
(614) 847-1110 x121



From: Jen Wadsworth [mailto:JWadsworth(--nospam--at)TricoEngineering.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2005 11:07 AM
To: 'seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org'
Subject: good engineering dictionary and p.e. advice

 

 

I’m looking for a good engineering or scientific dictionary – any recommendations? This would be for everyday use, but also for the P.E. exam in April.

Also, does anyone have advice for a first-timer taking the exam?

 

Thanks, Jen