Skip to main content

TOP 10 Mechanical Engineers Board Exam March 2011

The following are the top 10 RME examinees in March 2011 Mechanical Engineer Board Exam

1 OLIVER MANGOBA REVALO - MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - 91.60

2 MARK LOYD MARFA BAYA - MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY- MARAWI CITY - 91.5

3 MIGUEL CABRAL YAP - TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MANILA - 90.5

4 GROMYKO TAN GERALDINO JR - UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS - 89.85

5 RAYMOND ALCORIZA DELA CRUZ - BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY (FOR.BCAT)-MALOLOS - 89.5

6 GERWIN PACINIO DESQUITADO - CEBU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - 88.60

7 RALPH LAWRENCE GO KUA MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - 88.25

8 JOEL FESTEJO JORBAN - MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY - MARAWI CITY - 87.6

9 JOSEPH KARL PARAS CONTENTO - UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS - 87.55

10 JINO KARLO ASIS RIVERA - UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- DILIMAN - 87.2

 NOTHING FOLLOWS--------------------------  

Comments

  1. Mapua has indeed continuing the traditional excellence in Engineering and Architechture....No doubt...Ang galing mo pa rin Mapua!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Viva Mapua!!! Wala paring tatalo!!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. parang ngaun lang ulit nag mapua ahh...

    ReplyDelete
  4. Dalawa ang Mindanao state UNiversity Marawi.. Galing!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  6. wow....! terrific....! MSU Marawi City...

    ReplyDelete
  7. sila revalo, kua, dela cruz, rivera at yap magagaling talaga sila...naging kaklase ko sila sa review, sila talaga yung madalas nagtotop sa mga evaluation. congrats sa inyo mga engineers!

    at congrats din sa mga bagong engrs ng mapua!

    ReplyDelete
  8. Wait...Mapua school passing 40 percent only? hehehe ang lupit

    ReplyDelete
  9. 60plus% yung passing rate ng MAPUA

    ReplyDelete
  10. oo nga parang ngayon lang naulit ang mapua ahhh

    http://bsmesubjects.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  11. Prime lahat ng nagtop diba?

    ReplyDelete
  12. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

    ReplyDelete
  13. University of Batangas coming soon...

    ReplyDelete
  14. RTU will have soon. lol

    ReplyDelete
  15. oh That's great information.....

    ReplyDelete
  16. can u provide with some website or something ...where we can logg in and can get the proper information.

    ReplyDelete
  17. yeah ngaun lang ulit mapua pero since 2001 and 2002 top 1 lagi...hindi lang yan years before puro mapua top lagi...

    ReplyDelete
  18. Nagturo yan sila Revalo samin

    ReplyDelete
  19. VIVA MSU-MARAWI... oh yeah!!!

    ReplyDelete
  20. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

    ReplyDelete
  21. congratulation to BSU malolos always aim high.

    ReplyDelete
  22. For more mechanical or mechanics information please visit this site : http://formechanics.blogspot.com/
    hope you will get good information all about mechanical engineering .Thanks to read this message .

    ReplyDelete
  23. Hi there! great stuff, I'm glad that I drop by your page and found these very interesting and informative.
    If you plan to do higher studies after engineering, there are ample opportunities available in India and abroad. In India you need to write GATE to be eligible to do higher studies. If you want to do your M.Tech in premier institutes like IISc or IITs then you need to at least get a rank lower than 500. Join IES Coaching in Delhi for Regular and Correspondence Coaching Classes For GATE, IES Exam Preparation
    Thanks for sharing, keep it up!

    ReplyDelete
  24. This is one of my favorite topics in engineering systems design (they don’t call me the “Energy Zarr” without reason). In fact, I often rant about waste in solving a problem with brute force. Now… with that said, sometimes a hammer is more effective when dealing with a nail, but in general, what goes in, must come out… and most of what comes out is heat. Take the quintessential LCD display like the 60” version sitting in your living room. That beauty has white LEDs for a back-light so it must be “green” right? Well, did you know that up to 80% of the light emitted by those LEDs is absorbed by the color filters on the LCD glass? It might be “thin” but it is definitely not efficient with the back-light energy. Technologies such as OLED or Sequential Frame LCD (SFLCD) do not use filters. OLEDs are self emitting and draw zero power when off. SFLCD technology still uses a back-light, but they are RGB LEDs. Each color frame (red, green, blue) is switched at such a high speed that the eye integrates the image into the proper colors. Each pixel is now larger and brighter with less power. How much less? Try 80 watts for an SFLCD TV versus 350 watts for the traditional LCD. Energy currently is a limited resource, so innovate where you can to save it.
    http://www.mefeedia.com/watch/70158460

    ReplyDelete
  25. I remember talking with the late Bob Pease about the state of the art in digital techniques for solving complex problems. He politely let me babble for a few minutes and then laughed, “Yep, I solved that same problem 10 years ago with two op-amps”. I wanted to crawl under something, but his office was completely full of every magazine he had ever received… but that’s another story. He was correct – sometimes a straight forward analog solution can not only be the most elegant, but also the most efficient. Sometimes you need the power of a DSP processor when systems are non-linear or the signal processing is not realizable in the analog domain. However sometimes simple analog circuitry can solve the problem. Don’t forget your roots.
    http://www.kewego.com/video/319a2cd1451s.html

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

BOARD EXAM TIP: Which Review Center?

First of all, I would like to apologize for a long time I haven't posted anything but introduction. The reason for that is I'm busy optimizing the design of this site. I'm hoping that the make over is good. Anyway, I would like to dedicate this article to those who are going to take/retake the board exam this coming October. My sincere wish that you bring out the best among yourselves and may the deserving ones pass the exam. Going back to the One-Million-Peso worth question: "Which review center should I enroll?" , I would like to answer that in the most unbiased way I can. Of course, I'm only human and I had also my preferences but I will try my best to hide it. To start with I will enumerate some of the prominent review centers that offer board exam reviews for mechanical engineering in the Philippines. 1. Alcorcon (Cebu & Manila) 2. Excel (Cebu & Manila) 3. Linx Engineering (Manila) 4. MERIT (Manila) 5. PRIME (Cebu) 6. RLB's

PAST MECHANICAL BOARD EXAM QUESTION: Machine Design Set-1 (solutions and answers)

The following are the solutions and answers to MODIFIED PAST MECHANICAL BOARD EXAM QUESTION: Machine Design Set-1 posted on this blog last Saturday, November 14, 2009. Again, I want to stress out that most of the questions here are modified from its original form for the purpose of improving the question. Past Mechanical Engineering Board Exam Question Number 1 A 4 inches diameter short shaft carrying 2 pulleys close to the bearings transmits how much horsepower if the shaft makes 120 rpm. A.200HP               B. 199 HP C.198 HP               D. 202 HP P = (D3N )/38 -- for mula for short shafts from PSME code P = (4)3(120)/38 P= 202 HP Past Mechanical Engineering Board Exam Question Number 2 An instrument that measures the hardness of the work piece in terms of elasticity. a. Durometer b. Scleroscope c. Mohs's Scale d. Brinell Tester Source: Machinery’s Handbook

SOLUTION TO MECHANICAL BOARD EXAM PROBLEMS: Power Set-1

Here are the solutions to board problems given at Power Subject Set-1. If you do not understand anything, feel free to write a comment voicing out your concern. I'm still looking for better ways to present my solution. I still don't know how to present equations and mathematical symbols with blogger. Please bear with me. 1. An automobile tire is inflated to 32psig pressure at 50 degree F. After being driven, the temperature rises to 75 degree F. Determine the final gage pressure assuming the volume remains constant. (Electrical Engineering Board Exam Problem) Solution: Since volume is constant, use Charles’ Law on constant volume processes. P1/T1=P2/T2 Note: P and T should be absolute. (32+14.7)/ (50+460) =P2/ (75+460) P2=48.99 psia Converting back to gage pressure, P2g=48.99-14.7 P2g=34.29 psig 2. Four hundred cubic centimeters of gas at a pressure of 740 mmHg absolute and temperature of 18 degree C undergoes a process until the pressure and temperature be