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Are you taking the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam by NCEES? Thermodynamics can be a challenging topic in the exam. Need some help preparing? The College of Engineering and Engineering-LAS Online has some help for you. We just launched a “FREE” Online Thermodynamics Review Course for the FE Exam. This free course is only available to ISU students and alumni. It was prepared with the assistance of Matt Hagge, Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering and Thermodynamics instructor.
- 13 Thermodynamics topics you need to know for the FE Exam
- 13 Topics Practice Quiz
- Thermodynamics Definitions
- FE Exam Tips
- FE Style Practice Quiz
- FE Style Definition Quiz
This is a self-paced 100% online-course that you can learn on your own time. To register, please follow the self-enrollment instructions below.
Self Enrollment Instructions:Step 1Go to this site to register yourself. For your username, please make sure to use your entire ISU email address (yourNetID@iastate.edu) including “@iastate.edu”.Step 2You will receive a confirmation email from the Web site. Check your email now and follow the link provided to confirm your registration. Once you are confirmed, you are a registered user.Step 3Enroll yourself by going back to home and find your course; “Fundamentals of Engineering Review : Thermodynamics” and click to enter.Step 4Click “Enroll Me” to enroll yourself to the course.For future course access, you can use this URL.
IMPORTANT!This Web site is only accessible from ISU Network. In order for you to access it from out of campus, you will need to start Virtual Private Network (VPN) with ISU network.Step 1Go to https://vpn.iastate.edu first before you access course site.Step 2
Enter your Net ID and password. Select Group Option as “SSLvpn”. Once VPN starts, you can now access the course site. Once you are done accessing our course site, you can logout from the site and end VPN session.
|NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Supplied Reference Handbook. You can download this free handbook from NCEES Web site.
|Matt Hagge teaches Thermodynamics courses at Iowa State University. He has been teaching both on and off-campus sections for last several years. Matt teaches ME231 Engineering Thermodynamics I and ME332 Engineering Thermodynamics II.|
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