Engineering - Bau

1y ago
1.57 MB
136 Pages
Last View : 13d ago
Last Download : 4m ago
Upload by : Halle Mcleod

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017Faculty ofENGINEERING

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017Faculty of ENGINEERINGFaculty AdministrationDeanAssistant DeanDirector, Tripoli BranchExcutive AdministratorDr. Adel El-KordiDr. Yehya TemsahDr. Ahmed El-LakanySereen El HaririHistoryThe Faculty of Engineering (FE) at Beirut Arab University was established in recognition of the national& regional need for engineering education in 1975. The Faculty initially offered two degree programsproviding opportunities for formal course of study in Electrical & Civil Engineering. The ElectricalEngineering Department granted its first Bachelor of Engineering degree to its pioneer-graduates inJune 1980, followed by the Civil Engineering Department in June 1981. Two additional departmentswere established: The Mechanical Engineering Department in 1996 & the Industrial Engineering&Engineering Management Department, established in 2001. The petroleum engineering programwas launched in September 2013. Starting fall 2016/2017, Chemical Engineering & BiomedicalEngineering programs are offered.As of 1999, departments of the Faculty of Engineering have updated their curriculum to include anumber of courses in humanities, with special emphasis on environmental, economic, managerial,& marketing aspects of engineering. In keeping up with the growing demands for advanced &specialized engineering services, the faculty expanded its programs further by adding both Diploma& Master degree programs. The first Electrical & Civil Engineering Diplomas were awarded in 1986 &the Master degrees in Electrical, Civil & Mechanical Engineering were awarded as of 1994.In a collaborating effort to provide students with the opportunity to participate in practical projectsthat exhibit & demonstrate their skills & knowledge, the faculty established mutual incorporation& contacts with various industrial stakeholders. One aspect of this mutual interaction was theinstigation of the Engineering Day in 1997. This event involved all faculty, staff & students to displaythe students respective work projects. The Engineering Day became an annual event to celebrate thefaculty’s mission of teamwork & creativity. In 2002, the faculty expanded its postgraduate programsfurther by incorporating a PhD program in all of its four major fields of specialization.Today, the faculty of Engineering at Beirut Arab University is consistently ranked among the topleading engineering schools in Lebanon & the region. About 250 BE degrees & 20 ME & Ph.D.degrees are awarded annually. The opportunities for study have expanded so that students maychoose from more than 200 engineering courses. There are 30 full-time faculty members graduatedfrom top ranked universities in USA & Europe, with diverse research background & experience. TheFE also makes use of more than 15 part-time lecturers from abroad on a part-time basis. The facultyhas an up-to-date electronic library that includes over 5800 book titles & 230 scientific journal titles,as well as over 15 research laboratories.

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017IntroductionOrganizational StructureThe Faculty of Engineering constitutes the following five departments: Civil & EnvironmentalEngineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Industrial Engineering & Engineering Management,Mechanical Engineering, & Chemical & Petroleum Engineering. The Electrical & ComputerEngineering Department offers three programs: Communications & Electronics Engineering,Computer Engineering, Electrical Power & Machines, & Biomedical Engineering. The Departmentof Chemical & Petroleum Engineering offers two programs: Chemical Engineering & PetroleumEngineering. The organizational chart of the College is shown below:VisionThe vision of the Faculty of Engineering is to be recognized globally as a beacon for quality engineeringeducation in the Middle East & the world.MissionThe faculty seeks to serve the engineering educational & professional needs of Lebanon, the region& the international communities. Its mission is to: Improve the standard of our graduates through having high caliber faculty members togetherwith quality educational programs & facilities in-line with the rapid technological advancements. Provide a balanced regime of quality education that incorporates theoretical & practicaleducation, innovation & creativity as well as freedom of thought & research with emphasis onprofessionalism & ethical behavior. Promote & support research activities over a broad range of academic interests among students& staff.

Introduction Encourage research & technical seminars that contribute to the growth of individual knowledge& prepares for continuous learning. Provide an excellent environment for our students, that encourages interaction & enriches theeducational experience in the faculty.Academic ProgramsThe Faculty of Engineering admits students to the following undergraduate degree programs: Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Communications & Electronics Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Power & Machines Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Petroleum Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical EngineeringAdmission RequirementsThe most promising eligible applicants are admitted to first year of engineering. Special attention isgiven to the following factors: Lebanese Secondary Certificate (Baccalaureate) Entrance exam to measure the level of proficiency in: English, mathematics, physics,Chemistry &logical thinking.Graduation RequirementsTo receive a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in the engineering programs, a student mustsatisfactorily complete 150 credit hours with an overall minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 ICDL (International Computer Driving License). Additionally s/he must attain at least a “C” averagein specific courses set by each program. The following table summarizes the number of creditsrequired for each Bachelor granting program in the FE.Common RequirementsProgramGeneralEducationBasic SciencesMathematicsProgram RequirementsGeneralMajorEngineering CoreFreeEngineering Internship& Major& 0BIME2026157865150

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017Faculty of :BIME:INME:MCHE:PTRE:CHME:Civil EngineeringCommunications & Electronics EngineeringComputer EngineeringElectric Power & Machines EngineeringBiomedical EngineeringIndustrial EngineeringMechanical EngineeringPetroleum EngineeringChemical Engineering*FYP:Final Year ProjectCommon RequirementsThe following are the descriptions of the curricular components that are common to all programsoffered in the Faculty of Engineering.I. General EducationStudent working for a BE degree in an engineering program must complete a total of 20 credit hoursof general education (university & faculty) requirements distributed as follows:I.A. General Education Core (12 credits)This curricular component includes 7 courses comprising 12 credits; 3 courses (total of 5 credits) areUniversity Requirements (UR) & 3 courses (total of 6 credits) are Faculty requirements (FR) as listedin the following table:CourseTitleCreditsPrerequisiteUniversity RequirementARAB 001Arabic Language2BLAW 001Human Rights1ENGL 001English Language2Faculty RequirementENGL 211Advanced Writing2ENGL 001ENGL 300Speech Communications2ENGL 211MGMT 002Entrepreneurship I2ENGR 001Engineering Ethics1Descriptions of the University Requirement Courses & the MGMT Course are shown in theintroduction section of this catalogue.

General EngineeringDescriptions of the Faculty Requirement core courses are given below:ENGL 211 ADVANCED WRITING (2Crs.: 2Lec,0Lab)Students write essays on different topics related to argumentation or presentation ofconcepts & ideas in an organized manner. This is in addition to descriptive, narrative,reflective, & creative writing. Topics chosen are related to the students’ culturediagram as well as current affairs. The ability of students to write academically &classify & organize ideas is stressed. Pre-req.: ENGL 001.ENGL 300SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS (2Crs.: 2Lec,0Lab)Basic oral communication principles & theories; body, intonation, &stress language considerations; speaker-listener relationship; speechtopic, context & audience; planning, preparing & delivering of platformspeeches; showcase & spotlight ideas; group interactions; projects &formal presentations. Pre-req.: ENGL 211.ENGR 001 Engineering Ethics, 1 Credit (1 Lecture, 0 Lab)Ethical issues in the practice of engineering, corporate responsibility; personal rights;honesty, ethical aspects of safety, risk & liability & conflicts of interest; environmentalissues & sustainability; codes of ethics; emphasis on developing the capacity forindependent ethical analysis of real cases. Pre-req.: earned 90 crs.I.B. General Education Electives (8 credits)This component encompasses 8 Credits of General Elective courses selected from the UniversityElective Courses listed in the introduction section of this catalog.II. Basic Sciences & Mathematics CoursesThe Basic Sciences & Mathematics component for all engineering majors except the PTRE programconsists of 26 credits (27 for PTRE program) distributed as follows:CourseTitleCreditsPrerequisiteCHEM 207/CHEM 405Environmental Chemistry/SolidState Chemistry2CHEM110CHEM 241/CVLE254Principles of Chemistry/Environmental Science in CivilEngineering3MATH 281Linear Algebra3MATH 282Calculus3MATH111MATH 283Differential Equations3MATH 281, 282MATH 284Numerical Analysis3MATH 283MATH 381Probability & Statistics3MATH 282PHYS 281Electricity & Magnetism3PHYS120PHYS 282Materials Properties & Heat3MATH112

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017Faculty of ENGINEERINGInstead of the CHEM 207/CHEM405 & the CHEM241 courses, the PTRE & CHME programs requirethe following two 6-credits chemistry courses instead: CHEM 281: Principles of Chemistry I (3 Credits) Pre-req:CHEM110 CHEM 282: Principles of Chemistry II (3 Credits)The CHME programs require the following two 9-credits chemistry courses: CHEM 246 : Physical Chemistry I ( 3 Credits) Pre-req: CHEM282 CHEM 331: Organic Chemistry ( 3 Credits) Pre-req: CHEM281 CHEM 345 : Inorganic Chemistry ( 3 Credits) Pre-req: CHEM282 Descriptions of the required mathematics & basic sciences courses are given belowCHEM 281 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY I (3Crs.: 3Lec,0Lab)Introduction to the basic concepts & principles of chemistry including: Atoms,molecules, mole concept, chemical reactions & calculations, stoichiometry. Periodictable & properties of the elements, nomenclature. Theories of atomic structure, atomicspectra. Theories of chemical bonding. Covalent bonding & molecular structure:molecular geometry, VSEPR theory, valence bond theory, hybrid orbital & molecularorbital theory. Pre-req:CHEM110CHEM 282 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II (3Crs.: 3Lec,0Lab)Topics discussed are the three physical states of matter (gases, liquids & solids).Properties of solutions. Chemical equilibrium. Ionic equilibria. Rates of chemicalreactions. Introduction to the basic chemical thermodynamics & thermo-chemistry.Pre-req.:CHEM281.CHEM 207 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY (2Crs.: 2Lec,0Lab)Chemistry of ozone layer in the atmosphere; particulate matter & control of airpollution; global warming; waste management, treatment & disposal; mass-energytransfer; risk, dose response & human exposure assessment; hazard identification; riskcharacterization; water resources & pollutants; BOD & waste water. Pre-req:CHEM110.CHEM 246 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I (3Crs.: 3Lec)The course covers laws of thermodynamics, entropy & free energy changes in chemicalreactions, thermodynamic of solutions. Phase equilibria & phase diagrams. Chemicalkinetics including rate of chemical reactions, mechanisms of elementary & complexreactions, chain reactions & explosion, fast reactions, catalysis & their applications.Pre-req.: CHEM 282.CHEM 331 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (3Crs.: 2Lec, 2Lab)Introduction to organic chemistry. A new mechanistic approach to the study of thechemical reactions & a survey of hydrocarbons, alcohols & ethers. Detailed studyof aromatic compounds, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids & their derivatives, &amines. The course also introduces students to spectroscopic identification of organiccompounds. Applied experiments related to the above topics. Pre-req.: CHEM281.

General EngineeringCHEM 345 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (3Crs.:3Lec)Brönsted & Lewis acid & base. Chemistry of main group elements. Basic conceptsof coordination compounds: nomenclature, bonding, structure, stability, magneticproperties, stereochemistry. Crystal & ligand field theories. Pre-req.: CHEM 282.CHEM 405 SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY (2Crs.: 2Lec,0Lab)Bonding in solids; crystal structures; x-ray diffraction; electron models; band theory;crystal defects; electrical, thermal, optical & magnetic properties of solid statematerials from a chemical perspective; fabrication techniques & modern applications.Pre-req:CHEM110CHEM 241 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY (3Crs.:3Lec)A study of the fundamental concepts of chemistry including matter & measurement,atoms, molecules, ions, moles, nomenclature, atomic & molecular weights.Stoichiometry. Chemical reactions, quantitative calculations. Periodic table, atomicstructure, periodic properties of the elements, chemical bonding, molecular structure.The gaseous, liquid, & solid states of matter. Properties of solutions, aqueous reactions& solution stoichiometry. Thermochemistry, chemical thermodynamics, chemicalkinetics, chemical equilibrium, acids, bases & ionic equilibria, electrochemistry, nuclearchemistry & coordination chemistry.MATH 281 LINEAR ALGEBRA (3Crs.: 3Lec,0Lab)Partial fractions; binomial theorem; roots of polynomial equations; convergence ofseries; Matrices: Determinants, rank, eigen values, eigenvectors, block decomposition,axes transformation solution of linear system of equations; introduction to complexanalysis; conic sections; engineering applications. Pre-req:MATH112MATH 282 CALCULUS (3Crs.: 3Lec,0Lab)Hyperbolic functions; implicit & logarithmic differentiation; derivatives of higher orderfunctions; Leibniz theorem; mean value theorem; partial differentiation & applications;Taylor expansion; methods of integration; improper integrals; multiple Integrals;engineering applications. Pre-req:MATH111MATH 283 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (3Crs.: 3Lec,0Lab)First- & second-order differential equations with constant & variable coefficients;simultaneous system of differential equations; series solution; Introduction topartial differential equations; Fourier series; Laplace transforms; shifting theorems;convolution theorem; engineering applications. Pre-req.: MATH 281, MATH 282.MATH 284 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS (3Crs.: 3Lec, 0Lab)Curve fitting; function approximation; iterative method for finding roots; solutionof systems of linear equations; numerical differentiation & integrations; numericalsolution for ordinary differential equations (first order, simultaneous system, secondorder); special functions; numerical analysis software; engineering applications. Prereq.: MATH 283.

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017Faculty of ENGINEERINGMATH 381 PROBABILITY & STATISTICS (3Crs.: 3Lec, 0Lab)Probability space, conditional probability & independence, & probability theorems;Random variables, & density functions, joint probability; expectation, variance& covariance, moments & moment generating functions: Discrete & continuousdistributions; statistical measures: mean, mode, variance, standard deviation; statisticaldistribution: t- distribution, chi- distribution; sampling theory; Theory of estimation,confidence intervals; probability & statistical software. Pre-req.: MATH 282.PHYS 281ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM (3Crs.: 3Lec, 0Lab)Electrostatics: Coulomb’s Law, electric dipole, electric field of a continuous chargedistribution, Gauss law, electric potential from point & distributed charges, relationbetween electric field & electric potential, capacitors & dielectrics, series & parallelconnections of capacitors, energy stored in capacitors; Electric current: model forelectrical conduction & material resistivity, Kirchhoff’s laws; Magnetism: magneticforces, magnetic dipole, magnetic flux & Gauss law in magnetism, sources of magneticfields, Ampere’s Law, Biot & Savart law, magnetism of matter; Geometric optics: Imagesformed by reflection, refraction from spherical surfaces, thin lenses, lens aberrations& defects of images. Pre-req:PHYS120.PHYS 282MATERIAL PROPERTIES & HEAT (3Crs.: 2Lec,2Lab)Properties of materials: units, dimensions, experimental errors, circular motion ofrigid bodies, moment of inertia, compound pendulum, elasticity of materials, Hook’slaw, relations between stresses & strains, elastic energy, torsion, gravitation & gravity,satellite motion, pressure measurements, flow of ideal fluids, streamlines & equationof continuity, Bernoulli’s equation & its applications, viscosity of fluids, flow in capillarytubes; Heat: heat & temperature, temperature measurements, specific heat & latentheat, heat transfer by conduction, heat convection, heat transfer by radiation & blackbody radiation.III. General EngineeringThe general engineering component includes 15 credits (12 credits for the PTRE program) distributedas follows:CourseTitleCreditsCOMP 208Programming I3CVLE 210Statics3INME 221Engineering Economy3MCHE 201Engineering Drawings & Graphics3MCHE 213Dynamics3Prerequisite

General EngineeringDescriptions of these courses are given below.COMP 208 PROGRAMMING I (3Crs.: 2Lec,2Lab)Computer fundamentals. Computer system components: hardware & software.Problem solving & flowcharts/pseudocode. High level programming: data types,structured programming constructs, input & output, expressions & assignments,selection, repetition, arrays.CVLE 210STATICS (3Crs.: 3Lec,0Lab)Force vectors (analytical & graphical methods), free-body diagrams; equilibrium ofparticles & rigid bodies in two & three dimensions; structural elements & supports;plane & space trusses; axial, shear, & moment diagrams of beams; Cable-supportedstructures. Friction; center of gravity & centroid; moment of inertia. Applications.INME 221ENGINEERING ECONOMY (3Crs.: 3Lec,0Lab)Basics principles & techniques of economic analysis of engineering project, timevalue of money, cost allocation & estimation, evaluation of engineering projects &investments, depreciation, inflation, bond & loan financing, after tax cash flow analysis,sensitivity analysis, selection among mutually exclusive alternatives using presentworth, annual worth, internal rate of return, benefit-cost.MCHE 201 ENGINEERING DRAWING & GRAPHICS (3Crs.: 2Lec,2Lab)Constructional Geometry-constructing tangents. Plane curves & polygons.Orthographic drawing & theory of sketching shapes & surface identification.Orthographic projection of views. Sectional views & conventions. Pictorial drawing.Applications of Auto-CAD software for 2D drawings & solid modeling; project.MCHE213DYNAMICS (3Crs.: 3Lec,0Lab)Dynamics of a particle, system of particles, & planar rigid bodies using Newton’s law ofmotion. Work & energy principle, impulse & momentum principle. Free-body diagram& concept of equilibrium. Inertia properties of rigid bodies .Program RequirementsRequirements for the Bachelor of Engineering degree are program-specific. They encompass threecategories: Major specific core courses, major specific elective courses, & engineering courseschosen from outside the major. The program requirements for the bachelor degrees in the differentengineering majors are given hereafter. Details & titles of relevant courses are included in theStudent’s Study Plan (SSP) that is distributed to all engineering students.

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017Faculty of ENGINEERINGDEPARTMENT OF CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERINGAcademic staffChairpersonProfessorsAssociate ProfessorsAssistant ProfessorsPart-time LecturersFull-time InstructorsPart-time InstructorsAdnan Masri,Adel El Kordi, Yehia Temsah, Hamdi Seif, Issam GoudaOussama Baalbaki, Jamal KhatibYoussef Atallah, Raafat IsmailZaher Abou Saleh, M.Kahil, Hassan Ghanem, Ayman TradR. SammouraLina JaberW. Hajj, M. Mashaaka, Hanadi El Khansa, Y. Al-Rawi, S. ChahaalMissionThe mission of the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department is dedicated to educate & graduatecommendable civil engineers by providing a high-standard education delivered in a stimulating &supportive environment that expose students to a broad balanced program of theoretical & practicallearning; to prepare graduates to build skills, competencies, leadership qualities, professionalism& ethics, in addition to cultivate a sense of creativity as well as team-work innovations to impartprofessional services of the highest quality to the community & the environment; & to instill in thema passion to continuous & lifelong learning (LLL) to surmount problems encountered in a rapidlychanging & challenging world, for a better lifelong productive career.ObjectivesThe Civil & Environmental Engineering Department offers a program that aims to achieve a set ofeducational, professional, & community service objectives, listed below:1.Graduates who acquire & impart a sound understanding of the fundamental principles& concepts of civil engineering, & continuously develop their intellectual skills by endorsingindependent & creative thinking leading to novel technologies & advanced innovative research& solutions meeting prevailing technical challenges.2.Engineers who continuously cultivate their career advancement & professional skills, &are prepared to assume leading roles in the profession & the community while emphasizing theissues of professional & ethical conduct.3.Engineers who exhibit commitment to the wellbeing of their community & the environmentin pursuant of relevant solutions & better service to their community & society.Learning OutcomesThe graduates of the CE program will acquire each of the following characteristics & abilities, whichconstitute the program outcomes in conformity with the objectives:a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, & engineering.b. An ability to identify, to formulate, & solve engineering problems.c. An ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyze & interpret data.d. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs.e. An ability to use the techniques, skills, & modern tools necessary for engineering practice.

Department of Civil & Enviromental Engineeringf. An ability to appreciate the impact of engineering solutions in a local & global context.g. An ability to function in a team environment.h. An ability to communicate effectively.i. An understanding of professional & ethical responsibility.j. An ability to engage in life-long learning.k. Exposed to site and/or office practical experience in civil engineering projects or undergraduateresearch.Degree RequirementsThe undergraduate curriculum for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering (CE)consists of 150 credit-hours of course work ICDL, where the standard duration of study is 10semesters.Career OpportunitiesThe demand for civil engineers has been consistently high, in the Middle East & the Gulf region,during the last decade. Engineers have been involved primarily in large public & private developmentprojects. The emerging reconstruction activity in Lebanon & the Gulf offers ever increasing &expanding opportunities for civil engineers for even decades to come. Graduating civil engineersare benefiting from very stimulating work experiences in the region, many of which are related tomega projects in the building & infrastructure sectors; this has resulted in a booming job market &in highly competitive salaries for civil engineers. Potential senior students are on high demand forrecruitment by leading engineering companies for practical training, prior to their graduation, &eventually hired as practicing engineers.The civil engineering graduate can generally work either in the private sector or in governmentagencies. Civil engineers attain a broad spectrum of skills sought by almost every profession. Thefields of work applied to civil engineering are in form of design & consultation, contracting &supervision, or management & quality control. Being interrelated, it is not unusual that these fieldsare combined during the performance of a project. The civil engineer can work as an employee,partner, or owner in consulting design offices (local or regional) in the departments of structures,transportation & planning, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, water resources,& computer software, & in contracting firms & construction management consultant offices.

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017Faculty of ENGINEERINGProgram OverviewThe Student’s Study Plan is provided to every CE student upon his/her enrollment. The CE curriculumconsists of the following components:I. Common RequirementsCreditsGeneral Education Requirements20Basic Sciences & Mathematics26General Engineering topics15II. CE Program-Specific RequirementsCreditsA. Engineering topics from outside the major3B. Civil Engineering Core Courses65C. Civil Engineering Technical Electives9D. Free Engineering Electives7E. Internship (Approved Experience / Independent Study)1F. Final Year Project (FYP)4I. Common RequirementsThe list of Common Requirement courses & their descriptions are presented in the introductorypages of the Faculty of Engineering section in this catalog.II. CE Program-Specific RequirementsA. Engineering topics from outside the majorThis part of the CE curriculum includes a 3-credits course offered by Industrial Engineering&Engineering Management department (INME).The course is listed below.CourseTitleCreditsPrerequisiteINME 423Project Planning & Management3A description of the INME-designated course is given in the catalogue section of the IndustrialEngineering program.B. Civil Engineering CoreThe Civil Engineering core courses are listed in the table below.CourseTitleCreditsPrerequisiteCVLE 260Engineering Surveying I2CVLE 211Mechanics of Materials3Pre: CVLE 210CVLE 212Elementary Structural Analysis3Pre: CVLE 211CVLE 231Engineering Geology2

Department of Civil & Enviromental EngineeringCVLE 261Engineering Surveying II2Pre: CVLE 260CVLE 270Civil Engineering Drawings & Detailing2Pre: MCHE 201CVLE 311Structural Analysis I3Pre: CVLE 212CVLE 312Structural Analysis II3Pre: CVLE 311CVLE 321Construction Materials & Technology3Pre: CVLE 211CVLE 322Reinforced Concrete I3Pre: CVLE 211CVLE 432Foundation Engineering3Pre: CVLE 333CVLE 322CVLE 333Soil Mechanics3Pre: CVLE 211CVLE 231CVLE 341Hydraulics I3CVLE 342Hydraulics II3Pre: CVLE 341CVLE 354Environmental Engineering2Pre: CHEM207CVLE 371Structural Modeling2Pre: CVLE 212CVLE 421Reinforced Concrete II3Pre: CVLE322,CVLE212CVLE 422Reinforced Concrete III3Pre: CVLE 421CVLE 423Steel Design I3Pre: CVLE 212CVLE 424Steel Design II3Pre: CVLE 423CVLE 432Foundation Engineering3Pre: CVLE 333CVLE 322CVLE 441Hydrology2Pre: CVLE342CVLE 453Sanitary Engineering3Pre: CVLE354CVLE 463Transport Planning & Traffic Engineering3CVLE 464Highway Engineering3Pre: CVLE 333Description of Core CoursesCVLE 210 STATICS (3Crs.:3Lec,0Lab)Force vectors (analytical & graphical methods), free-body diagrams; equilibrium ofparticles & rigid bodies in two & three dimensions; structural elements & supports;plane & space trusses; axial, shear, & moment diagrams of beams; Cable-supportedstructures. Friction; center of gravity & centroid; moment of inertia. Applications.

Undergraduate Catalogue 2017Faculty of ENGINEERINGCVLE 260ENGINEERING SURVEYING I(2Crs.:1Lec,2Lab)Basic principles, linear surveying & scales, maps plotting, compass surveying, theodolitesurveying: Vernier, optical & digital, traverses: open, closed, link, & traverse network,adjustment & plotting, engineering & precise leveling, contouring.CVLE 211MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (3Crs.:3Lec,0Lab)Center of Gravity. Moments of Inertia. Stresses, strains, & stress-strain relationships.Temperature effect. Stresses due to axial loads. Axial deformation. Torsion of circularbars. Stresses due to pure bending. Stresses due to axial forces & biaxial bending.Shear stresses. Combined stresses. Stress transformation & Mohr’s circle. Buckling ofcolumns. Pre-req: CVLE 210CVLE 212ELEMENTARY STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (3Crs.:3Lec,0Tut)Types of loads, structural elements & supports. Analysis of simple, cantilever &overhanging ended beams. Axial, shear, & bending moment diagrams. Analysis ofcompound & inclined Beams, frames & composite structures. Moving loads, influencelines for statically determinate structures, Muller-Breslau’s principle, maximum valueof internal force function due to moving loads. Applications. Pre-req: CVLE 211.CVLE 231ENGINEERING GEOLOGY (2Crs.:2Lec,0Tut)Earth-structure, composition & properties of rocks; geologic processes; geologichazards; geologic structure & engineering consequences; terrain analysis & geologicmapping; interpretation & use of geologic maps; application of geology to engineeringpractice; reservoirs, dam sites, & construction of tunnels.CVLE 261ENGINEERING SURVEYING II (2Cr.: 1Lec,2Lab)Distance measurements, stadia system, tangential system, & double image system,Basics of electromagnetic distance measurements EDM, total Station, introductionto GPS, areas & volumes for earthworks, mass hauk diagrams, curve ranging simple,compound, reversed, transition, & vertical curves. Pre-req: CVLE 260.CVLE 270CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING & DETAILING(2Cr.:1Lec,2Lab)Graphical analysis of engineering drawings, computer-aided drafting & work drawing,applications: RC slabs, beams, stairs, retaining walls, footing, RC bridges, we

Environmental Science in Civil Engineering 3 MATH 281 Linear Algebra 3 MATH112 MATH 282 Calculus 3 MATH111 MATH 283 Differential Equations 3 MATH 281, 282 MATH 284 Numerical Analysis 3 MATH 283 MATH 381 Probability & Statistics 3 MATH 282 PHYS 281 Electricity & Magnetism 3 PHYS120 PHYS 282 Materials Properties & Heat 3

Related Documents:

Linie No. 31 / 38 / 42 Rezeption Bau 21 Reception building 21 Rezeption Bau 1 Reception building 1 Rezeption Bau 81 Reception building 81 Rezeption Bau 92 Reception building 92 Wettsteinallee Linie No. 34 / 42 Tinguely-Museum Linie No. 31 / 38 / 42 Tinguely-Museum Linie No. 36 Tinguely-Museum Linie No.

Bayerisches Staatsministerium des Innern, für Bau und Verkehr Bayerisches Staatsministerium des Innern, für Bau und Verkehr 80524 München Telefon: 089 2192-01 E-Mail: Odeonsplatz 3 80539 München

Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Textile Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, other related Engineering discipline Energy Resources Engineering (ERE) The students’ academic background should be: Mechanical Power Engineering, Energy .

Dauerhafter Schutz vor Wind und Regen NATURALIA-BAU · Carlo Abarth Str. 20, 39012 Meran . Hanf, Stroh können gefähr-liche Ausdampfungen vermieden werden. In den Südtiroler Wäldern . Zukunft und hoffen, dass die Schlie-ßung von öffentlichen Gebäuden wegen Schadstoffbelastung bald

in the BAU and EV transition scenarios 5 2.1 Business-as-usual (BAU) 6 2.2 Thirty per cent electric car sales in 2030 8 3. Building an EV ecosystem in India 17 3.1 Stakeholders’ comments 19 3.2 Market entry analysis 25 4. Conclusion 29 References 31 Annexure I: Description of the EV ecosystem and value chain 37 Annexure II: List of formulae 44

Waldgesetz (WaG) vom 1. Februar 1999, in Ergänzung dieser Gesetze, folgendes Bau- und . Zone für Sport- und Freizeitanlagen SF IV Grünzone Gr 2 Abbau- und Deponiezone [nicht ausgeschieden] AD . Gaststätten, Hotels) und höc

EL SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO 1. Introducción. Los Sacramentos de iniciación cris ana 2. Los nombres del Bau smo 3. El Bau smo en la economía de la

Seite 6 von 43 1 x X 1 Decalbogen der den Bau von 4 versch. Fahrzeugen darstellen lässt. 1 Bauplan des Fahrzeuges. Da dies hoffentlich bei allen vorhanden ist kann es losgehen mit dem Bau.