Course Objectives: To provide instruction and practical workshop experience in
basic machine shop metal-working operations.
1.0Bench Tools and Basic Hand Operations: (8 hours)
1.1. Familiarization with tools and their use
1.2. Machinist’s hammers
1.3. Types of screw drivers
1.4. Use and sharpening of punches, chisels, chippers and scrapers, scribers
1.5. Classification of files
1.6. Types of pliers and cutters
1.7. Types of wrenches: open end, box end, combination, adjustable, socket, offset, twelve point ratchet, strap wrench, pipe wrench, spanner ...
COURSE OBJECTIVES: To introduce dc and ac circuit analysis.
1.0 Circuit Elements:(4 hours)
1.1 Mathematical description of the functional behavior of resistors, capacitors
and inductors in terms of current and voltage relationships
1.2 Basic physical structure of resistors, capacitors and inductors
1.3 Departures from ideal (pure R, L, or C) characteristics
1.4 Voltage and current sources, mathematical concepts and real physical devices as sources, batteries, photo cells, generators, etc.
2.0 Series and Parallel Circuits:(4 hours)
2.1 Resistive circuits ...
Course Objectives:To continue work in Electric Circuits I including the use of the Laplace Transform to determine the time and frequency domain responses of electric circuits.
1.0 Matrix Methods in Network Analysis:(4 Hours)
1.1 Mesh Analysis
1.2 Nodal analysis
2.0 Review of Classical Solution if Ordinary Differential Equations With Constant Coefficients:(5 hours)
2.1 First order differential equations, RL and RC circuits
2.2 General and particular solution
2.3 Initial conditions on L’s and C’s
2.4 Natural unforced response of ...
To provide the student with a basic understanding of thermodynamics, heat transfer and fluid flow.
1.0 Introductory Concepts:(2 hours)
1.1 The nature of thermodynamics
1.2 Concepts from mechanics and electromagnetics
1.3 Dimensional and unit systems
1.4 Energy and units
2.0 Energy and the First Law:(3 hours)
2.1 Systems and energy conservation
2.2 Energy transfer as work
2.3 Energy transfer as heat
2.4 Energy balance for a control mass, examples for no flow and steady flow systems
3.0 Properties and States ...
COURSE OBJECTIVES: To continue ENGINEERING DRAWING I to the point of producing intelligible working drawings.
1.0 Pictorial Drawings:(12 hours)
1.1 Introduction: Characteristics, advantages and disadvantages
1.2 Axonometric Projection: Isometric, Diametric and trimetric drawing
1.3 Oblique projection
1.4 Perspective projection
2.0 Design and Production Drawings-Machine Drawings:(12 hours)
2.1 Introduction: Production of complete design and assembly drawings
2.2 Fundamental techniques
Size and location dimensioning
Placement of dimension lines and general procedures
Standard dimensioning practice (SI system)
2.3 Limit Dimensioning
Nominal and basic size, allowance, tolerance, ...
Course Objectives: To learn design methods for practical passive, RC active and switched capacitor filters
1.0 Introduction (4 hours)
1.1 The filter design problem
1.2 Kinds of filters in terms of frequency response
1.3 History of filter design and available filter technologies
2.0 Approximation Methods (5 hours)
2.1 Ideal lowpass, highpass, bandpass and bandstop functions
2.2 Lowpass approximations including Butterworth, Chebyshev, inverse Chebyshev and elliptic LPF
2.3 Frequency transformations: lowpass to highpass, lowpass to bandpass and lowpass to ...
An introduction to logic design. The main goal is to develop methods of
designing, constructing and building logic circuits.
1.0 Number System:(6 hours)
1.1 Decimal system and binary system
1.2 Base conversion methods
1.3 Complements of numbers
1.4 Basic arithmetic of binary numbers, use of 2’ s complement
1.5 Signed and unsigned numbers
1.6 Fractions conversion
1.7 Octal, hexadecimal and binary coded decimal (BCD)
1.8 Gray code, alphanumeric code
1.9 Error codes
2.0 Digital Design Fundamentals:(11 hours)
2.1 Logic gates, symbols, truth ...
To provide the student with the fundamental concepts of initiating, planning, scheduling and controlling projects.
1.0 Introduction:(3 hours)
1.1 Project definition
1.2 Setting project objectives and goals
1.3 Project phases, project life cycle
2.0 Project Planning and Scheduling:(18 hours)
2.1 Planning function
2.2 Network models – CPM/PERT
2.3 Project scheduling with limited resources
2.4 Wiest’s algorithms
2.5 Manpower leveling
2.6 Multiproject scheduling
2.7 Materials scheduling
2.8 Mathematical programming for minimum cost or maximum project return (simplex technique for linear programming)
3.0 Project Monitoring ...
This course is designed for the students of B.E. Level who have completed either Diploma Level in Engineering or I. Sc. It intends to develop and strengthen in them the basic communication skills in the English language with emphasis on reading, writing and speaking.
This course intends to develop:
- ability to use language laboratory facility for the practice of listening
pronunciation and oral development.
- intensive reading skills in technical and ...
To provide basic architectural and designing concepts of computers. This course gives comprehensive view of basic computer architecture.
1. Central Processing Unit: ( 8 hours)
1.1 Hardwired and Microprogramed
1.2 Arithmetic Logic Unit
1.4 Addressing Modes
1.5 Data transfer and manipulation program control ( status, branch, subroutine call, interrupt )
2. Arithmetic Processor Design: ( 8 hours)
2.2 Addition and Subtraction algorithm
2.3 Multiplication and Division algorithm
2.4 Logical Operation
2.5 Processor Configuration
2.6 Design of Control Unit