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Are you ready for the 2022 FE Exam? Think you are ready to pass it? Are you up to the Challenge of trying to solve 6 FE Exam questions? Let's see how well you do.
This sample set will let you see how the problems are structured in the BOOK and show you examples with detailed step-by-step solutions that reference page numbers from the FE Handbook. It will give you a honest chance to evaluate the practice exams and try it before you buy it. These are basic type FE Exam questions for any discipline - which means, you should know how to work them !
Problem Recognition Skills:
The key to passing the FE Exam really comes down to developing problem recognition skills. You'll learn more about this in the BOOK and how to take advantage of it. Also, during the exam, you will learn simply use the search function on the FE Handbook to find the right equation and then solve it. Must problems only require a few steps in order to solve it. Of course, there will be hard problems, but just skip those. Therefore, all you need is a set of solved example problems in each topic area. It’s that simple.
That is the purpose of this book. Don't worry if you can't solve these problems. You CAN pass this exam - with a little help and encouragement from the book. The first step is just getting started. Many of our customers find us too late and have one - or a few - failed attempts already. But if you fall into this category, don't worry. It really doesn't matter how many times you failed before.. you only have to be right ONE TIME! You only have to pass this Exam ONE TIME.
It doesn't matter how many times you win, all that matters is how many times you get knocked down but get back up and try again - because the Law of Averages will tend to go in your favor if you keep trying and never quit. That works in life, passing an exam, working your way up the company ladder, starting an online business, etc.
Please download the FE Handbook from NCEES.org to use while working these problems.
Problems 1- 6:
1) The piston of a hydraulic actuator is 1.5 inches diameter and is subject to a hydraulic line pressure of 1500 psi. Calculate what the cross-sectional area should be (in^{2}) if the design stress for the piston is 20,000 psi:
(A) .132 square inches
(B) .232 Square inches
(C) .332 Square inches
(D) .432 square inches
(2) A newly designed square semi conductor chip (k = 175 W/m∙K) has a width w = 9 mm on a side and a thickness t = 3 mm.
The chip is mounted in a substrate such that its side and back surfaces are insulated, while the front surface is exposed to a coolant.
If 92 W are being dissipated in circuits mounted to the back surface of the chip, what is the steady-state temperature difference between back and front surfaces?
3) An engineering company purchases a piece of machinery that costs $9,000. It has a 10-year life and salvage value of $200.
Find the straight-line depreciation:
(A) $8,120 / yr
(B) $840 / yr
(C) $800 /yr
(D) $880 /yr
4) Calculate the magnitude of the resultant of the 3 forces in the following diagram:
(A) 612 lb
(B) 209 lb
(C) 429 lb
(D) 581 lb
5) The actual air temperature is 25°C and the wet bulb temperature is 19°C. What is the relative humidity?
(A) 58%
(B) 52%
(C) 75%
(D) 5%
6) At one section of its track, a roller coaster travels in a straight line so that its distance, D, from a point on the line after time, t, is D = 10t^{4} – t^{3}. Calculate its velocity when time = 3:
(A) 1053
(B) 53
(C) 513
(D) 5031
Solutions are posted in the very first Blog Post HERE !
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The Other Disciplines Exam is considered the easiest of all exams. If you are unsure which exam to take, you should take this one. This exam is perfect for anyone who doesn't know which specialty they want to go into. The categories- as you can see below- do not go deep into a specific topic areas. It's "general" in nature. In fact, this exam used to be called the "General Exam". They eventually changed it to the "Other Disciplines Exam".
If you are short on time (and the thought of studying gear trains/cams/fatigue stress or concrete/steel design scares you) and want to spend less time preparing for the FE, take this exam.
Below are the main categories with the anticipated % of questions. If you would like to see a more detailed list of topic areas under each of these categories, please visit NCEES.
Other Disciplines Exam Categories:
Mathematics (8 to 12 questions)
Probability and Statistics (6 to 9 questions)
Chemistry (5 to 8 questions)
Instrumentation and Controls (4 to 6 questions)
Engineering Ethics and Societal Impacts (5 to 8 questions)
Safety, Health, and Environment (6 to 9 questions)
Engineering Economics (6 to 9 questions)
Statics (9 to 14 questions)
Dynamic (9 to 14 questions)
Strength of Materials (9 to 14 questions)
Fluid Mechanics (12 to 18 questions)
Basic Electrical Engineering (6 to 9 questions)
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer (9 to 14 questions)
Below are the main categories with the anticipated % of questions. If you would like to see a more detailed list of topic areas under each of these categories, please visit NCEES.
Other Disciplines Exam Categories:
Mathematics (6 to 9 questions)
Probability and Statistics (4 to 6 questions)
Electricity and Magnetism (5 to 8 questions)
Ethics and Professional Practice (4 to 6 questions)
Engineering Economics (4 to 6 questions)
Statics (9 to 14 questions)
Dynamics, Kinematics, and Vibrations (10 to 15 questions)
Mechanics of Materials (9 to 14 questions)
Fluid Mechanics (10 to 15 questions)
Material Properties and Processes (7 to 11 questions)
Thermodynamics (10 to 15 questions)
Heat Transfer (7 to 11 questions)
Measurement, Instrumentation, Controls (5 to 8 questions)
Mechanical Design and Analysis (10 to 15 questions)