PE Mechanical Engineering Exam Review: Thermal & Fluid Systems | HVAC & Refrigeration

Are you signed-up for the PE Mechanical Exam? Do you feel that a review of the materials would be helpful?

The University of Tulsa, CESE is offering a PE Mechanical Refresher course on Saturdays in September this year. It is designed to help you prepare for the P.E. Exam with greater confidence, keeping your success in mind!

Dr. Shirazi (University of Tulsa Faculty Member) has developed a combined “Thermal & Fluid Systems | HVAC & Refrigeration” review course that is aligned with the new exam structure.

In this updated INSTRUCTOR LEAD refresher course, you will:
– receive demonstrations of solution methods and practices on typical problems
– gain insight into the material through real-time classroom lecture, discussion with instructor and other participants, and exercises
– review exam topics and concepts

Register super early to receive the BEST DEAL DISCOUNT
$1,195: Best Deal Discount
$1,395: Early Bird Discount
$1,595: Regular Registration Fee

Contact our office today to sign-up or use the online registration link below.
The University of Tulsa, CESE | Phone: 918-631-3088 | Email: cese@utulsa.edu

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PE Mech:Thermal & Fluid Systems|HVAC & Refrigeration Exam Review

TBD Registration Opening Soon

In-Company Training

This review course can also be offered on-site to your company for 12 or more participants. If interested, please complete this In-company Training Request Form. In-Company Training Request Form


Siamack Shirazi, PhD
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
The University of Tulsa

Benefits of Attending

  • You will receive demonstrations of solution methods and practices on typical problems from recent exams.
  • Provided notes prepare you for the exam.
  • Discuss problems with other engineers preparing to take the exam.


Practicing Mechanical Engineers needing a review in preparation for the Oklahoma Engineering Principles and Practices Exam.

Dates, Times & Location

Date TBD
The University of Tulsa Campus
Keplinger Hall

Course Outline

  • Pipe Flow Systems Characteristics, Energy Losses, Pumps, Fan & Ducts, Pipe flow Measurements
  • Fundamentals of Compressible Flow, Thermodynamics of Ideal Gases, Converging-Diverging Nozzles
  • Thermodynamics, Power Generation, Combustions and Combustion Engines
  • Heating Ventilating and Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
  • Heat Transfer and Heat Exchangers

Additional Information

Not required, but suggested, for each participant to purchase their own copy of Michael Lindeburg, PE’s book: Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam, 13th Edition. Can be ordered through Amazon by clicking here.

Contact the State Board to register for the exam and with any questions you might have regarding the application process.

State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers