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Charlotte Tutor Fundamentals of
Engineering (FE) exam review service provides quality review courses and
sessions to help you master the topics covered on the FE exam. These topics are
Mathematics(math): Integral calculus, Analytic geometry, Roots of
equations, Matrix operations,
Differential calculus, Differential equations,
Engineering Probability and Statistics: Measures of central
tendencies and dispersions (mean, mode, median, variance, standard deviation,
etc.), Probability distributions (discrete, binomial, continuous, normal, etc.),
Conditional probabilities, Estimation (point, confidence intervals) of a single
mean, Regression and curve fitting, Expected value (weighted average) in
decision making, Hypothesis testing.
Chemistry: Periodic table,
Nomenclature, States of matter, Stoichiometry, Oxidation and reduction, Acids
and Bases, Equilibrium, Metals and non metals, Inorganic chemistry (molarity,
valence, solubility product, pH, pK, electrochemistry),
Computers: Terminology (memory types, CPU, internet), Spreadsheets,
Engineering Economics: Discounted cash flow (equivalence, PW, equivalent
annual FW, rate of return.
and Business Practices: Ethical versus legal, Agreements and contracts, Professional
liability, Code of ethics (professional and technical societies), Public
protection (licencing boards).
Engineering Mechanics (Statics and Dynamics):
force systems, Centroid of area, Concurrent force systems, Equilibrium of rigid
bodies, Frames and machines, Trusses, Area moments of inertia, Linear motion,
Angular motion, Friction, Mass moments of inertia, Work, Energy, Power, Impulse,
Momentum, Particles, Rigid bodies.
Strength of Materials: Shear and moment diagrams,
Stress types (normal, torsion, shear, bending),
Stress strain, Combined
stresses, Deformations, Columns, Indeterminant analysis, Elastic versus plastic
Material Properties: Properties (electrical, mechanical, chemical,
physical), Corrosion mechanisms and control, Materials (engineered materials,
ferrous and nonferrous metals).
Fluid Mechanics: Flow measurement, Fluid properties, Fluid statics,
Energy, Impulse, Momentum, Pipe and other internal flow.
Thermodynamics: First and second laws of thermodynamics, Energy, Work, Heat,
Availability and reversibility, Ideal gases, Mixture gases, Phase changes,
Cycles, Heat transfer, Properties of enthalpy and entropy.
Electricity and Magnetism:
Current, Voltage, Energy, Power, Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's current and voltage
laws, Force between charges, work done in moving a charge in an electric field,
Series and parallel equivalent circuits, Capacitance and inductance, AC
circuits, Reactance and impedance, Susceptance and admittance.
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