FE Electrical and Computer Review Manual (FEEERM)



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ISBN: 978-1-59126-449-1
Copyright: 2015
Page Count: 536
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11
  • Michael R. Lindeburg, PE

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    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 Electrical and Computer Review Manual (FEEERM)

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

    FE Electrical and Computer Review Manual (FEEERMP) features include:

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

    • 15 diagnostic exams to assess your grasp of knowledge areas covered in each chapter

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

    • 30-day web access to the mobile version of the book for on-the-go review

    • access to a fully customizable study schedule to keep your studies on track

    • 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*

    This book is a companion to the FE Electrical and Computer Practice Problems (FEEEPP)in chapter sequence, nomenclature, terminology, and methodology, so you can easily practice where you need more support. Click here to see the details of our complete learning management system.

    Topics Covered

    • Circuit Analysis and Linear Systems

    • Communications and Signal Processing

    • Computer Networks and Systems

    • Control Systems

    • Digital Systems

    • Electromagnetics

    • Electronics

    • Engineering Economics

    • Engineering Sciences

    • Ethics and Professional Practice

    • Mathematics

    • Power

    • Probability and Statistics

    • Properties of Electrical Materials

    • Software Development

    *Click here to view the guarantee page for complete details.


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    Customer Reviews (View All - 61)

    Help to refresh your knowledge Review by Naomi
    Covers almost all the topics. (Posted on 1/31/2016)

    Five Stars Review by Amazon.com Customer
    I just did the examples and followed the diagnostic exams and solutions, and I passed with my first shot. (Posted on 8/24/2015)

    Nicely done book, larger practice exams on the website, give you an Idea of where you stand before you start studying, nice! Review by Amazon.com Customer
    I took the Fundamentals of Engineering test shortly after completing my degree in 1988. I took it soon because knowledge of the broad base of study in Engineering fades unless you have reason to use it. Most Engineering jobs become far too specific for that. I logged onto the website and entered the registration code in the inside cover of this book. On the dashboard of the website are many things to help study, from mentor help, to flash cards to other supplementary video lessons. Of course all that costs more money, and unless you're really a basket case, I don't think it's necessary. I was able to gain access to an electronic copy of the book and I even took a practice exam, the sixty question first part of the FE test. I took it in 32 minutes and got a 40 percent, I took it cold and it's been decades since I've earned my BSEE, and so I missed a lot of math questions and engineering economic questions I've long forgotten.

    This was a nice feature in itself, in the real exam they tell you that you passed and you might even be given the percentage, I think you need a seventy. If you fail they won't tell you what you missed or your weaknesses for a second try. These practice tests you can check the ones you got wrong and even flag them for study. I didn't realize I could use one of the choices as a tool as well. All of the questions have a I don't know as an answer. I don't think the FE test has penalties for wrong answers so why was this choice here. Then it hit me, I could have marked all the questions I had know Idea about as those for study by selecting that wrong answer and use that as a focus of study. The book covers in well summarized sections most aspects of the general and more advanced requirements for a BSEE degree which I possess.

    I like the logic section in particular for the computer aspect of the book. I wonder if the IEEE still use those boxy looking control symbols for AND, OR, NOR, NAND, XOR, etc. I like seeing the shape of the symbols represent the type of logic, and It makes it much easier for quick recognition of how a logic device works to see the symbols rather than boxes with indicators. Sometimes groups like the IEEE go a bit astray making standardized things when a standard might already exist (and a better one at that). The math sections were quick to the point and explored all the most common topics without delving into details. If the exam was to measure more than just a pass fail standard, you might see a lot more difficult stuff, but it's important to have a broad base of the common techniques and methods which is closer to the exams goals.

    The book is well indexed and chock full of graphs, mathematical models, equations, formulas and basic explanations. It has visual separation with the use of shading and bullet points, bold titles, examples, and descriptions. Plus, don't forget the problems with answers and the practice mini exams. If you've been away from college for a while, this might be the ticket rather than going to a refresher course in night school. You can do this in you're own home and if help, or more materials are needed, purchase same from the website, or find the answers on the web, but as least you start with the right questions. Recommended, a very thorough treatment of the review needed for this test, buying stuff on the website could get expensive, but most of us shouldn't need that much help. This book may be too expensive for the Non-Engineer, but if you are contemplating an Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering degree, It might give you a good preview of what you are to face in school. (Posted on 6/1/2015)