FE Other Disciplines Review Manual (FEODRM)



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ISBN: 978-1-59126-443-9
Copyright: 2014
Page Count: 656
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 Other Disciplines Review Manual (FEODRM)

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

    FE Other Disciplines Review Manual (FEODRM) features include:

    • updated 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 Other Disciplines 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. Click here to learn more.

    Topics Covered

    • Chemistry

    • Dynamics

    • Electricity, Power, and Magnetism

    • Engineering Economics

    • Ethics and Professional Practice

    • Fluid Mechanics and Dynamics of Gases and Liquids

    • Heat, Mass, and Energy Transfer

    • Instrumentation and Data Acquisition

    • Materials Science

    • Mathematics and Advanced Engineering Mathematics

    • Probability and Statistics

    • Safety, Health, and Environment

    • Statics

    • Strength of Materials

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


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    Customer Reviews (View All - 18)

    Four Stars Review by Amazon.com Customer
    Very helpful (Posted on 4/7/2017)

    I passed the FE exam Review by Amazon Customer
    I passed the FE exam using this book and the accompanying review problems by same author. I also watched some online videos posted by Texas A & M that anyone can access from an internet search. I HIGHLY recommend getting the book of review PROBLEMS in addition to this review MANUAL because you will need to practice working problems out. The review manual and SEPARATE review problems prepared me well for the exam. (Posted on 12/11/2015)

    Not bad, but Lacking Depth for Outsiders to Certain Topics Review by Amazon Customer
    The book does well in some aspects, but leaves something to be desired in others. While reading the review and the doing the example problems is fine, the real issue with this book arises when it comes to doing the practice problems (FE Other Disciplines Practice Problems) for each chapter. Some important/useful tidbits of information are left out which makes this book pale in comparison to the textbooks I would have (or have) acquired in college.

    My most recent issue is: moments are not dependent on distance/length for other moments to obtain equilibrium (taken from the solution of practice problem 5 in chapter 7 of the practice problems book). The review manual makes no reference to the distance dependency whatsoever when it comes to achieving equilibrium.

    In general, I believe that if it's to be called a review manual it should go into a bit more detail on certain topics. It's not that helpful if it glosses over some information where you'll need to look it up somewhere else (book or Internet) when I could have done that just be reading over the reference handbook and practice/prep material (e.g., problems and test(s)) without spending $200 on this book.

    Maybe the issues I'm facing wouldn't be what they are if I was doing this while I was still in college and not 1.5 years after graduating (having not done any of this material since then), but I feel like they should be addressed. (Posted on 12/11/2015)