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.

    Features of FE Electrical and Computer Review include:

    • complete coverage of all exam knowledge areas

    • 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 you'll pass the exam or we will refund your purchase. Click here to view the FE guarantee page for complete details.

    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

    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 buy the FE Electrical and Computer Print Bundle and save 15% plus free shipping.

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


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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)

    I passed, thank god Review by Amazon Customer
    Great review book, but found the actual problems on the exam to be a bit harder than those found in the book. I was out of school for almost 2 years and used only this book to pass the electrical and computer FE. Would recommend. (Posted on 12/11/2015)

    Decent book, but flawed Review by Amazon.com Customer
    Let me begin by saying I did pass the FE and used this book as a guide. I studied it for 2 months before the exam and read every page and attempted every quiz, under a time limit, before looking at the solution. Going through this book is a good refresher but what is more important is studying the FE Handbook while you read it cause you won't have this book and its extra formulas during the test. This manual is the most relevant study guide but it is lacking in some areas. I will partially accredit my passing to this book, where it was a big help in test-taking strategy/preparation, economics and ethics, as well as a good reminder of my older courses. I have to give this book 3 stars though cause it did not go in depth on differential amplifiers, control systems or signal processing and was too detailed in material science. I recommend this text but you can't soley rely on it. You need to have already had the knowledge of theory and useful shortcuts from previous classes to actually do well.

    By the way, I am an EE major and took the exam this past summer, as a junior, and passed on first try. (Posted on 8/24/2015)