FE Mechanical Practice Problems (FEMEPP)

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SKU: FEMEPP
ISBN: 978-1-59126-442-2
Copyright: 2014
Page Count: 232
Format: Paperback
Author(s):
  • 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 Mechanical Practice Problems (FEMEPP)

    Michael R. Lindeburg PE’s FE Mechanical Practice Problems offers comprehensive practice for the NCEES FE Mechanical exam. This book is part of a complete learning management system designed to help you pass the FE exam the first time.


    FE Mechanical Practice Problems features include:




    • over 460 three-minute, multiple-choice, exam-like practice problems to illustrate the type of problems you’ll encounter during the exam

    • clear, complete, and easy-to-follow solutions to deepen your understanding of all knowledge areas covered in the exam

    • step-by-step calculations using equations and nomenclature from the NCEES FE Reference Handbook to familiarize you with the reference you’ll have on exam day




    Exam Topics Covered













    • Computational Tools

    • Dynamics, Kinematics, and Vibrations

    • Electricity and Magnetism

    • Engineering Economics

    • Ethics and Professional Practice

    • Fluid Mechanics


     




    • Heat Transfer

    • Material Properties and Processing

    • Mathematics

    • Materials

    • Measurement, Instrumentation, and Controls

    • Mechanical Design and Analysis


     




    • Mechanics of Materials

    • Probability and Statistics

    • Statics

    • Thermodynamics


     



    This book is a companion to the FE Mechanical Review Manual (FEEERM) in chapter sequence, nomenclature, terminology, and methodology, so you can easily review where you need more support. Click here to buy the FE Mechanical Print Bundle and save $100 plus get free shipping.


    For additional review, pair your print manual with an FE Mechanical 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. Select your access below.

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    Customer Reviews (View All - 34)

    Great review material Review by Amazon Customer
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    Excellent review of concepts and test prep advice. Working through practice problems is crucial (for me at least)
    (Posted on 2/8/2018)

    Five Stars Review by Amazon.com Customer
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    this book really helps you in passing the test! (Posted on 4/7/2017)

    More than 460 multiple-choice practice questions to go with the FE Mechanical Review Manual ... Review by Amazon.com Customer
    Overall
    This is the companion manual to the FE Mechanical Review Manual. I also have that and I’m going to include my review of that one below. This one of course are much needed practice problems that will enable the user to get some much needed practice. Three minutes is the target number everyone needs to aim for in order to get through the exam.

    There are more than 460 multiple-choice questions to work through in this book. In addition there are several online study aids / features that can be accessed (there’s a code in front of the book). As far as the book goes, I do like the uncluttered feel. For some reason, that does make a difference. I don’t like pages that are so jam packed they make feel claustrophobic.

    Topics include mathematics, probability and statistics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, statics, material properties and processing, mechanics of materials, electricity and magnetism, dynamics, kinematics, and vibrations, mechanical design and analysis, measurement, instrumentation, and controls, computational tools, engineering economics, and ethics and professional practice.

    Answers are in the back of each chapter rather than in the back of the book. When I look at problems, I hate to have to do a major search to find them. The answers are given with explanations of the solution. I would have like to have seen both manuals combined, but for some this may be a workable layout.

    THE FE MECHANICAL REVIEW MANUAL:

    There have been exam changes on the FE and there’s no better way than using an up-to-date manual to practice on. At this point in time there are 110 multiple-choice questions and you’ll have six hours to complete them. If you do the math it’s easy to see you’ll only have a few minutes to answer each question. The areas covered in the exam include:

    ► Mathematics
    ► Probability and Statistics
    ► Engineering Economics
    ► Statics
    ► Dynamics, Kinematics, and Vibrations
    ► Mechanics of Materials
    ► Fluid Mechanics
    ► Thermodynamics
    ► Heat Transfer

    All of these are very thoroughly covered in the FE Mechanical Review Manual. Just checking around the net shows me that a prep course can cost up to a whopping $900. Add the FE Mechanical Practice Problems manual and you’re looking at a bargain. It doesn’t seem like one until you do some comparative shopping.

    Are you going to pass? If you are conscientious about studying and really work through the prep book and the practice problem one (I highly recommend getting it), it is guaranteed you’ll pass. If by chance you don’t, there are instructions on the inside for a total refund. You probably won’t need it, but you won’t need an expensive course either.

    The topics do cover everything on the exam plus some. You’ve taken the courses, but each chapter has a comprehensive summation of what you’ve learned with a sufficient amount of example material to job your memory. For example, when you’re looking at the chapter on combustion, you’ll review heats of reaction and combustion. Small highlighted sidebars show Hess’ Law, Enthalpy of Reaction, Air-Fuel Ratios, and Percent Theoretical Air equations. You’ll then find descriptions of each, a sample question, and a solution.

    There are several small mini-exams, but I primarily see this as a study guide in which to review materials. There are numerous tables, charts, graphs, and other visual materials scattered throughout the book. More support can be found on the publisher’s website. In the case of this book, you get what you pay for ... a guarantee you’ll pass the FE exam (Posted on 5/7/2015)

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