In the fire service, information is critical to firefighter safety and efficiency. Fire Engineering's Study Guide for Firefighter I and II will provide the student with a comprehensive review of the material presented in each chapter of Fire Engineering's Handbook, providing a further check on how well the student absorbed the material. The Study Guide's multiple-choice questions provide both direct knowledge and situational application of the material. It is suggested that the student complete the Study Guide chapter-by-chapter, both before reading the Handbook as a pre-test and after reading the Handbook as an informational comprehension check. Used properly, Fire Engineering's Study Guide will reinforce the information learned and enhance the effectiveness of the educational package. Features: * Multiple-choice, short-answer, and true-or-false questions for each chapter of the Handbook * Answers at the end of each chapter * Corresponding page numbers to each answer in the HandbookThe term specific heat can be described as: a. amount of heat needed to cause an object to ignite b. amount of thermal energy required to raise unit mass of a substance by 1Ad (its units are J/kg-K) c. amount of heat a substance absorbs as theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fire Engineering's Study Guide for Firefighter I and II|
|Author||:||Anthony Avillo, James Kirsch|
|Publisher||:||Fire Engineering Books - 2010-01|