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ECE BOARD EXAM COVERAGE FOR GEAS - GENERAL ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES

Engineering Mechanics
Strength of Materials
College Physics
General chemistry
Thermodynamics
Engineering Materials
Engineering Economics
Engineering Management
Contract and Specifications
Laws and Ethics
  • Telecommunications and broadcasting laws and regulations
  • Electronics engineering law of 2004
  • Code of professional ethics and conduct
  • Philippine electronics code
  • Code of Technical Standards of Practice (Manual of Practice)
POINTERS
General Engineering and Applied Sciences
1.            group 2 costing – 8% of the cost / not less than Php 6000
2.            group 3 costing – 6% of the cost / not less than Php 3000
3.            Php 1000 – min prof. fee for each power supply detached in a system
4.            5 design specs – an engineer must submit with other contracts
5.            not less than 25% - an elec design engr should get from the profit cost
6.            14.6 kg = 1 slug
7.            4.45 N = 1 pound
8.            3.65 MJ = 1KW
9.            96500 C = charge of one mole of electrons
10.          E.O. 109 – provision for improvement of local exchange carriers
11.          R.A. 3846 – regulation of radio communication in the Philippines
12.          R.A. 8792 – E-commerce Act
13.          remanence – refers to retentivity of magnetism
14.          Fluorine – most electronegative
15.          Cesium – liquid at warm day, melting pt is 28 degrees Celsius
16.          Zinc – most common alloy used with copper
17.          Aluminum – most abundant metal
18.          starting friction –maximum static friction
19.          sliding friction –kinetic friction
20.          viscosity – measure of internal friction of fluids
21.          surface tension – contract, area
22.          coefficient of restitution – ratio of relative speed after collision to speed before collision
23.          coefficient of restitution (elastic) – 1
24.          coefficient of restitution (inelastic) – 0
25.          ideal mechanical advantage – ratio of output distance to input distance
26.          actual mechanical advantage – ratio of input force to output force
27.          cation –smaller than the parent atom
28.          anion – larger than the parent atom
29.          modulus of rigidity – shear modulus