Professor Yarbrough has designed his Electrical Engineering Reference Manual to be a single reference for the broad field of electrical engineering, giving electrical engineering PE applicants the best exam review possible. Using tables, figures, and problem-solving techniques, this manual thoroughly covers every exam subject, including operational amplifier circuits and systems of units. It contains more than 400 practice problems, and fully worked-out solutions are found in the separate Solutions Manual.The primary dimensions for many important engineering variables are shown in Table 15.7. ... For example, the Reynolds number, Mach number, and Froude number are used to distinguish between distinctly different flow regimes in pipe flow, ... heat at constant pressure (cp); at constant volume (cv) L2/02T L2/92T Q/ MT heat transfer coefficient (h); overall (U) M/93T F/9LT Q/9L2T power (P) ML2/ 9 * FL/9anbsp;...
|Title||:||Electrical Engineering Reference Manual|
|Author||:||Raymond B. Yarbrough|
|Publisher||:||Professional Publications Incorporated - 1990-01|