You have to pass FE Exam to get professional engineering license (PE) for that you can take FE exam in your senior year just check State Licensing Board where you will take the exam for specific eligibility requirements.
Passing the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam is the first step toward becoming a Registered, or Professional, Engineer. The P.E. designation is a prerequisite for work as a consulting engineer, as well as for engineering management positions in many industries.
This is the “Second Edition” of study guide and it is also centered on the idea of ‘problem-based learning’. It contains over 500 focused problems with detailed solutions including Alternative-Item Types.
It covers all sections of NCEES® FE Electrical and Computer exam specification including: Mathematics – Probability and Statistics – Ethics and Professional Practice – Engineering Economics – Properties of Electrical Materials – Engineering Sciences – Circuit Analysis – Linear Systems Signal Processing – Electronics – Power – Electromagnetics – Control Systems – Communications Computer Networks – Digital Systems – Computer Systems – Software Development. This study guide is specially designed to assist students in developing familiarity with NCEES® FE Reference Handbook which is the only allowed reference material during FE exam.
Students will find relevant reference details and section specific tips at the beginning of each chapter. Target audience of this book includes final year college students, new graduates as well as seasoned professionals who have been out of school for some time.
Michael R. Lindeburg PE’s FE Mechanical Review Manual offers complete review for the FE Mechanical exam.
FE Mechanical Review Manual 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.
This book is a companion to the FE Mechanical Practice Problems in chapter sequence, nomenclature, terminology, and methodology, so you can easily practice where you need more support.
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 prepares applicants who are planning to take the exam in the field of “mechanical” or “other” disciplines. It includes two mini diagnostic tests (one for each discipline) plus two full-length practice examinations with questions answered and explained for both disciplines.
Prospective test takers will also find valuable brush-up chapters covering all test topics:
chemistry, computational tools, dynamics, kinematics and vibrations, electricity and magnetism, engineering economy, ethics and professional practices, fluid mechanics, instrumentation and data acquisition, materials science and structure, mathematics, measurements, instrumentation and controls, mechanical design and analysis, probability and statistics, mechanics of materials, safety, health, and environment, statics, and thermodynamics and heat mass and energy transfer. Additional practice questions with answer keys and explanations follow each chapter.