Courses’ Description

Course No Course Name Credit Hourse Prerequisite
0911101 Engineering Workshops 2
It covers Carpentry Welding electrical installations model making through milling and lathe CNC lathe
0911102 Engineering Drawing 3
This course of study aims to teach students the necessary techniques of preparing engineering drawings reading and interpreting a drawing and solving three dimensional engineering problems that require the application of graphical analysis using auto computer aided design ACAD and modeling in 2 and 3 dimensions
0911212 Dynamics 3 0911111
Kinematics of particles Rectilinear and curvilinear motion in various coordinate systems Kinetics of particles Newtons second law Central force motion Workenergy equation Principle of impulse and momentum Impact Conservation of energy and momentum Application to a system of particles Kinematics of rigid bodies Relative velocity and acceleration Instantaneous center Analysis in terms of a parameter Plane kinetics of rigid bodies with application of Newtons second law Energy and impulsemomentum
0911213 1Strength of Materials 1 3 0911111
Axial loading Material properties obtained from tensile tests Stresses and strains due to axial loading Thermal Stresses Elementary theory of torsion Solid and hollow shafts Thinwalled tubes Rectangular crosssection Stresses in beams due to bending shear and combined forces Composite beams Analysis of plane stress Mohrs Circle Combined stresses Thinwalled pressure vessels Deflection of beams Buckling of columns Energy Methods
0911214 Strength of Materials Lab 1 0911213
This laboratory serves mainly the measuring andor determination of some material properties strain and stress yield stress ultimate stress fracture stress Nondestructive testing of materials NDT It is equipped with machines for conducting tests such as Tension impact fatigue bending creep hardness and photo elasticity tests
0911417 Strength of Materials 2 3 911213
NonLinear behavior of materials dynamic repeated loading stress concentration stresses in initially curved beams Deflection of beams momentarea method ThreeMoment equation strainenergy method Statically indeterminate beams theory of columns Energy methods in applied mechanics
0911271 Materials Sciences 3 0201143
Bonding forces and energies Classification of engineering materials Crystallography Imperfection in solids and strengthening mechanisms Diffusion Metallography Mechanical properties of materials Material testing evaluation and failure Thermal equilibrium diagram Corrosion of metals and their protection Case studies in material selection Relative cost of materials
0911242 Machine Drawing and Applications in Mechanical Design 4 0911102
Mechanical engineering drawing conventions and abbreviations various systems of size description including precision dimensioning fastening elements standard organization and preparation of engineering drawings assembly and detailed drawings design applications Simulation for mechanical systems using Creo and ANSYS softwares
0911221 Thermodynamics 1 3 0120131
Thermodynamic concepts and definitions states properties systems control volume processes cycles and units pure substances equation of states table of properties work and heat the first law internal energy and enthalpy conservation of mass SSSF and USUF processes the second law heat engines and refrigerators reversible processes Carnot cycle entropy Clausius inequality principle of the increase of entropy Efficiencies
0911315 Mechanical Vibrations 3 0911212
Simple harmonic motion Elements of vibratory systems Systems with single degree of freedom and applications damped free vibration rotating and reciprocating unbalance vibration isolation and transmissibility and period excitation systems with multiple degrees of freedom and applications methods of finding natural frequencies
0911316 Mechanical Vibrations lab 1 0911315
Static dynamic balancing centrifugal force simple compound pendulum bifilar suspension mass spring system damping coefficient and logarithmic decrement center of percussion katers reversible pendulum torsional free vibrations resonance response of a single degree of freedom system Base excitation and vibration isolation
0911451 Engineering Measurements 3 0911324
Report writing basics of metrology inspection and measurements Errors error analysis uncertainty analysis statistical methods least squares method Basics of transducers Static and dynamic characteristics of systems Measurement of flow pressure and temperature Strain gauges strain rosettes
0911452 Engineering Measurements Lab 1 0911451
Experimental methods on the following systems pressure measurement flow measurement temperature measurement strain gauges strain rosettes
0911444 Machines Design 1 3 0911342
Materials in Mechanical Design Stress and Deformation Analysis Combined Stresses and Mohrs Circle Design for Different Types of Loading Flexible power transmission elements Connections and selection of bolts Helical tension and compression spring design Machine Frames Bolted Connections and Welded Joints
0911444 Machines Design 2 3 0911342
Kinematics of Gears Force and stress analysis Shaft Design Keys Couplings and Seals Tolerances and Fits Selection of rolling element bearings Mechanical couplings
0911322 Thermodynamics 2 3 0911221
This course covers the following topics Review of thermodynamic basic laws and principles Thermodynamic cycles analysis energy analysis of both closed and open systems irreversibly exergy analysis for both control mass and volume systems vapor cycles gas power cycles refrigeration and air thermodynamic cycles
0911323 Thermodynamics Lab 1 0911322
Experimental methods in the following Mechanical equivalent of heat The adiabatic exponent Marcet boiler Bomb calorimeter Flow through nozzle Refrigeration system Air conditioning system Heat pump and air cooler single stage air compressor cooling tower Thermic unit steam turbine power plant
0911324 Fluid Mechanics 1
Introduction Fluid properties Basic units Fluid statics Pressure and its measurements Forces on plane and curved submerged surfaces buoyancy floatation Fluids in motion Flow kinematics and visualization Basic control volume approach Differential and integral continuity equation Pressure variation in flowing fluids Eulers and Bernoullis equations Applications of Bernoulli equation Momentum principle and its applications NavierStokes equations Energy equation Hydraulic and energy grade lines Dimensional analysis and similitude Surface resistance and introduction to boundary layer theory Flow in conduits laminar and turbulent flows Frictional and minor losses Piping systems
0911325 Fluid Mechanics Lab 1 0911324
Experimental methods in the following systems center of pressure impulse momentum principle pumps friction losses in pipes stream lines and flow fields buoyancy and boundary layer theory Radial flow fan Water turbine Flow measurement
0911373 Manufacturing Processes 3 0911271
Mechanical behavior and forming of metals, different types of mechanical behavior and main factors affecting it. Yield criteria, representative stress and representative strain, work due to plastic deformation, classification of forming processes with respect to strain rate and temperature. Temperature rise in dynamic forming. Bulk deformation processes: forging, extrusion, rolling, rod and wire drawing. Sheet forming processes: blanking, deep-drawing and bending.
0911373 Manufacturing Processes Lab 1 0911372
Laboratory experiments dealing with basic material processing operations and its manufacturing techniques Casting CNC
0911453 Automatic control 3 0911315
Review of complex variables and Laplace transform Poles and element transfer function and block diagram Modeling of physical systems electrical mechanical hydraulic and pneumatic systems Linearization of nonlinear systems System representations Thermal System block diagrams and signal flow graphs Overall transfer function block diagrams reduction techniques and Masons gain formula Time response analysis and performance indices of first and second order systems Dominate poles of high order systems Routhhurwitz stability criterion Stability analysis using root locus Bode diagrams and Nyquist stability criterion Introduction to analysis using statespace equations
0911342 Machine Theory 3 0911212
Mechanisms and applications mobility and linkages Cams gears and gear trains Velocity and acceleration analysis in mechanisms
0911332 Heat Transfer 1 3 0911324
Introduction to modes of heat transfer onedimensional steady state conduction unsteady state conduction lumped heat capacity system introduction to convection flow and thermal boundary layers Laminar and turbulent boundary layers convection in internal and external flows empirical relations for forced convection heat transfer natural convection systems condensation and boiling introduction to thermal radiation
0911331 Heating and Air Conditioning 3 0911332
Review of psychrometry thermal comfort air conditioning processes inside and outside design conditions heating load calculations infiltration cooling load calculations solar gain heating systems design layout hot water steam hot air systems under floor heating
0911434 Heat Transfer Lab 1 0911332
Experimental work in heat transfer covering Measurement of thermal conductivity Natural and forced convection Radiation Boiling and condensation Heat exchangers
0911433 Heat Transfer 2 3 0911332
Review of basic concepts radiation properties and processes radiation exchange among surfaces two dimensional steady state conduction analytical graphical and numerical solutions onedimensional transient conduction topics in convective heat transfer exact and approximate problem solutions combined entry length solution in pipe flow heat transfer in turbulent and high speed flows liquid metal heat transfer freezing melting heatpipe heat transfer multimode heat transfer
0911454 Design and control of hydraulic and pneumatic systems 3 0911324
The objective of this course is to familiarize student with fluid power systems design control and operation It covers the fundamentals of fluid flow modeling and n port concepts fluid power modulation static and dynamic modeling of pumps motor control valves transmission lines and fluid drives It also deals with design control and operation of mechanical and electrical hydraulic servo drives with feedback Emphasis is placed on linear hydraulic systems behavior
0911555 Design and control of hydraulic and pneumatic systems Lab 1
The lab consists of experiments that are related to fluid power systems design control and operation Fundamentals of fluid flow modeling and n port concepts fluid power modulation static and dynamic modeling of pumps motor control valves transmission lines and fluid drives It also deals with design control and operation of mechanical and electrical hydraulic servo drives with feedback Emphasis is placed on linear hydraulic systems behavior
0911547 Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing 3 0911445
Fundamentals of Hardware and Software Techniques for Geometric Modeling Line Surface and Volume Modeling Elements of Interactive Computer Graphics Entity Manipulation Introduction to Finite Element Techniques Using inhouse software Introduction to Graphics User Interface Sketcher Environment Parametric FeatureBased Solid Modeling Surface Modeling Concept of ParentChild Relationships Part Construction Techniques Patterns Advanced Features Crosssections Parametric Relations Component Assembly Techniques
0911362 Applied mathematics for mechanical engineering 3 0101373
Fourier transforms and analysis of boundary value problems introduces partial differential equations emphasizing the wave diffusion and potential Laplace equations and heat transfer equation Focuses on understanding the physical meaning and mathematical properties of solutions of partial differential equations Includes fundamental solutions and transform methods for problems on the line as well as separation of variables using orthogonal series for problems in regions with boundary Covers convergence of Fourier series in detail powerseries solution and special functions eigenvalue problems Greens functions Laplace transforms stability of solutions
0911518 Solid mechanics 3 0911213
Solid mechanics is concerned with the stressing deformation and failure of solid materials and structures simple fracture both ductile and brittle modes fundamentals of fracture mechanics The course explores fundamentals of kinematics of solid bodies displacement and strain measures stress tensor Topics include analysis of columns beams and beams on elastic foundations
0911536 Energy Conversion Systems 3 0911322
Energy classification sources and utilization Energy growth and economics FossilFuel Systems and combustion in steam power plants Steam generators Boiler rating and performance
0911537 Finite element analysis 3 0911332
Introduction and basic concepts of finite element method Finite element formulation and stiffness matrix Onedimensional elements spring bar and beam elements Twodimensional elements Plane triangular element Finite element analysis of vibration heat transfer fluid flow and thermal stress problem
0911562 Refrigeration systems 3 0911331
Basic definitions and concepts review of vapor compression and absorption cycles compressors condensers evaporators expansion devices refrigerants cooling towers components of an absorption and adsorption cycles controls of refrigeration systems
0911481 Engineering Training 3
The student has to spend at least 8 weeks of mechanical engineering training at recognized companies and establishments during the summer semester
0911582 Graduation Project1 1
supervised project in groups of normally two students aimed at providing practical experience in some aspect of civil and infrastructure engineering Students are expected to complete a literature survey project specification critical analysis and to acquire the necessary material needed for their intended end product
0911583 Graduation Project 2 2 1
This is a continuity of the final project I consequently the students are expected to successfully accomplish the final year project in the specified field of project I
0911563 Special Topics 3
Vary with nature of topic Topics of special interest to undergraduates May be repeated for maximum 6 credits if topics are substantially different which is subjected to departmental approval

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