FE Civil Exam Preparation – Mechanics of Material – 2022

Full preparation course of FE Civil Exam [Mechanics of material] including explanation, solved examples & solved quizzes

Full preparation course for the FE Exam covering the Mechanics of material module

What you’ll learn

  • Master the “Mechanics of materials” as per FE Exam requirements.
  • More than 30 step-by-step solved examples covering each sub-topic of the mechanics of materials.
  • 3 quizzes with different problems that resemble the same difficulty level of the real exam.
  • Step-by-step solution for the quizzes problems.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 4min.
  • Shear & Moment Diagrams –> 6 lectures • 44min.
  • Stresses, Strain & Deformations –> 18 lectures • 1hr 26min.
  • Combined stresses –> 6 lectures • 22min.
  • Conclusion –> 1 lecture • 1min.

FE Civil Exam Preparation - Mechanics of Material - 2022


  • Basic engineering knowledge.

Full preparation course for the FE Exam covering the Mechanics of material module


Master the “Mechanics of material” topic for FE Civil Exam with this course, the course consists of the following


  • Full explanation videos for the physical meaning and the engineering concepts of the Mechanics of materials as per NCEES FE exam requirements
  • Multiple solved examples on each sub-topic for better understanding
  • Multiple quizzes on each topic to better assess your understanding level, including step by step videos for the solution to all of the quizzes problems.

All of the problems were carefully chosen from multiple resources to resemble the same level of difficulty of a real FE exam


The course covers all of the Mechanics of Engineering topic requirements as per NCEES requirements, including the following chapters

Shear & moment diagrams


  • Stresses & strains (Axial, Shear, Bending, Torsion, Thermal…etc)
  • Deformations (Axial, Shear, Torsion, Thermal…etc)
  • Combined stresses, Principle stresses & Mohr circle


The course is mainly for FE Civil Engineering Exam. However, it should be useful for any of the remaining modules

– FE General Engineering

– FE Mechanical Engineering

– FE Industrial and Systems Engineering

– FE Chemical Engineering

– FE Environmental Engineering

– FE Electrical and Computer


With this course, you will have access to our private FB group where you can discuss with the instructor and the remaining students any findings you have in the course.


And in case of any clarifications you might have in this course content or during your studying, you can share it in the FB group and the instructor will come back to you with the solution ASAP.

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