FE Chemical Review Manual (FECHRM)



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ISBN: 978-1-59126-445-3
Copyright: 2016
Page Count: 800
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11
  • Michael R. Lindeburg, PE

    Author Information

    Michael R. Lindeburg, PE, is one of the best-known authors of engineering textbooks and references. His books and courses have influenced millions of engineers around the world. Since 1975, he has authored over 40 engineering reference and exam preparation books. He has spent thousands of hours teaching engineering to students and practicing engineers. He holds bachelor of science and master of science degrees in industrial engineering from Stanford University.






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    FE Chemical Review Manual (FECHRM)

    Michael R. Lindeburg PE’s FE Chemical Review Manual offers complete review for the FE Chemical exam. This book is part of a comprehensive learning management system designed to help you pass the FE exam the first time.

    FE Chemical Review Manual (FECHRM) features include:

    • equations, figures, and tables of the NCEES FE Reference Handbook to familiarize you with the reference you’ll have on exam day

    • concise explanations supported by exam-like example problems, with step-by-step solutions to reinforce the theory and application of fundamental concepts

    • a robust index with thousands of terms to facilitate referencing

    • a guarantee that if you follow the guidelines described in the “How to Use This Book” section, you’ll pass the exam or we will refund your purchase*

    For additional review, pair your print manual with an FE Civil Subscription. Through the PPI Learning Hub, you can create a custom study schedule, and receive access to additional products like practice exams and thousands of practice problems. Click here to learn more.

    Topics Covered

    • Chemical Reaction Engineering

    • Chemistry

    • Computational Tools

    • Engineering Sciences

    • Ethics and Professional Practice

    • Fluid Mechanics/Dynamics

    • Heat Transfer

    • Mass Transfer and Separation

    • Material/Energy Balances

    • Materials Science

    • Mathematics

    • Probability and Statistics

    • Process Control

    • Process Design and Economics

    • Safety, Health, and Environment

    • Thermodynamics

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    Customer Reviews (View All - 15)

    Detailed Review by Pavan Sai Kumar
    I graduated 10 years ago. So my theoretical knowledge is a bit rusty. The manual offered simple and clear explanation of topics which really helped. At the end of this course, I felt well refreshed with basics and in-tune with NCEES exam guide. (Posted on 11/27/2017)

    A great reference and study manual: expensive but worth it for the serious PE to be Review by Amazon.com Customer
    According to the national professional engineers society website, to get your PE license you need to take graduate from an engineering program approved by your state’s licensure board. Then pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam (which used to be called the Engineer in Training, or EIT exam.) Then gain experience under the supervision of a PE, then prepare and take the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam.

    This book is a review manual aimed at the FE exam. It, like the many Lindeburg references, is an excellent summary of the topics covered on the exam with clear illustrations and equations and informative but succinct text. You won’t be learning the topics from this but it serves to organize study topics, refresh your memory, and to give quick access to equations and concepts.

    This softcover book is a bit pricey but if you are serious about studying and passing your FE exam, it is likely to help you study and give you confidence for the exam. (Posted on 3/22/2017)

    Excellent format for a study guide - pass that test! Review by Amazon.com Customer
    I'll trust that if you're looking at this book, you know exactly what you're looking for as far as subject matter - but you may be wondering if you want to drop the cash to buy this one. So rather than state how great it is to have all the information condensed into a single book, I'm going to focus more on the format, rather than the content.

    But first - the content is there - it's a hefty book that should probably have the table of contents in the product description.

    The format? Very easy to follow, especially if you're..you know, studying to pass the exam. Each section follows the same format - a description of the topic, an example that includes a "work through this" type of problem, and a solution with all the work shown (or reasoning behind the answer declared. While not all topics have the "example question," the ones that don't have significant description that explains the concept fully.

    Since the major topics aren't listed in the product description, they are:
    1. Mathematics
    2. Probability and Statistics
    3. Fluid Mechanics/Dynamics
    4. Thermodynamics
    5. Chemistry
    6. Heat Transfer
    7. Engineering Sciences
    8. Materials Science
    9. Chemical Reaction Engineering
    10. Mass Transfer
    11. Unit Processes
    12. Process Design and Economics
    13. Safety, Health, and Environment
    14. Computational Tools
    15. Ethics and Professional Practice

    For me, the content is there but the format is designed to really reinforce the knowledge. That said, if you're learning any of the topics for the first time, you'll probably want another book to accompany this, as this is very to-the-point about what needs to get done, and its purpose isn't to delve into the academic theory and reasoning behind it (though it does an admirable job, for a review/study guide.) Recommended. (Posted on 9/27/2016)