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Table ( 3 ) A Plan Of Stu dy For B.Sc. In Civil Engineering

( Third Year ) Junior Year

 

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III – 3rd. Year

 

Course Number: CE301

Course Name:  Theory of Structure I

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Strength of Material I, II

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction, Stability and Determinacy of Structures, Types of Trusses, Analysis of Trusses, Axial Force, Shear, and Bending Moment Diagrams for Frames and Arches, Analysis of Arches, Influence Lines in Statically Determinate Structures, Deflections of Statically Determinate Structures, Unit Load Method, Least Work Method, Conjugate-Beam Method.

 

 

Course Number: CE302

Course Name:  Theory of Structure II

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Theory of Structure I

Course Contents:

This course covers : Deflections in structures, deflection in trusses, moment deflections method, slope deflection method, consistent deformation method, matrix analysis, applications.

 

 

Course Number: CE303

Course Name:  Reinforcement Concrete Design I

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

Introduction, construction materials, working design method, ultimate design method, Behavior, strength, and design of reinforced concrete beams subjected to moment, shear force.

 

 

Course Number: CE304

Course Name:  Reinforcement Concrete Design II

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Reinforcement Concrete Design I

Course Contents:

This course covers: Introduction, analysis and design: two way slab, one way slab, continuous beam, short column, Long column, Introduction to the design of reinforced concrete structures.

 

 

Course Number: CE305

Course Name:  Soil Mechanics I

Credit hours: 5

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : introduction of soil mechanics, such as geology, origin of Soils, Clay Minerals soil Formation, composition and description of individual soil particle size distribution, Atterberg limits, weight-volume relationships, soil classification, stress within a soil Mass, effective stress, capillarity, soil compaction, hydraulic conductivity, seepage drainage (fluid flow in soil) (one dimensional) and two dimensional flow. The most important methods of determining soil parameters, in the laboratory and in situ, are also described. and laboratory testing.

 

 

Course Number: CE306

Course Name:  Soil Mechanics II

Credit hours: 5

Pre-requisite: Soil Mechanics I

Course Contents:

This course covers : the compressibility of Soil, consolidation Theory, consolidation Settlement, surcharge, shear Strength, slope stability, earth-retaining structures and special Topics. A number of practice problems also are given at the end of each subject, and laboratory testing.

 

 

Course Number: CE307

Course Name:  Engineering Analysis

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : First order ordinary differential equations, Definition and classification, Separable variables differential equations, Homogeneous differential equations, Exact differential equations, Linear differential equations, Applications. Second and higher order ordinary differential equations, Linear differential equations with constant parameters, Non-homogenous order ordinary differential equations (method of undetermined coefficients and method of variation of parameters), Euler-Cauchy equations, Applications. Simultaneous linear differential equations, Solution of set of linear differential equations (using elimination and substitution method, D-operator method and Cramer’s method), Partial differential equations, Separation of variables, Applications, Fourier series, Determination of Fourier series coefficients, Trigonometric Fourier series, Applications.

 

 

Course Number: CE308

Course Name:  Numerical Analysis

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Roots of equations, Fixed point method, Newton-Raphson method, Modified Newton method, Solution of set of equations, Cramer's rule, Gauss elimination method. Interpolation, Gregory-Newton polynomial, Lagrange polynomial, Numerical Differentiation, Forward difference, Central difference (3 points and 5 points), Finite difference method. Numerical integration, Trapezoidal rule, Simpson's rule, Three-eighth rule, Double integration, Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations, Euler's method, Improved Euler’s method, Runge-Kutta method.

 

 

Course Number: CE309

Course Name:  Construction Projects Management

Credit hours: 2

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers :- Introduction to Construction Projects and Construction Management , Principles & Functions & Processes  of Construction Management) , A Construction Project Life Cycle Approach , Construction Contracts , Contracts Types , Planning and Scheduling Techniques of Construction Projects[Bar Chart Method , Critical Path Method(Activity on Arrow , Floats , Activity on Node , Overlapped Precedence Networks Method , PERT Method(Program Evaluation and Review Technique)) , Line of Balance ] , Cash Flow Forecasting , Leveling Resources.

 

Course Number: CE310

Course Name:  Construction Economy

Credit hours: 2

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction to Economy and  Engineering Economy , Interest , Cash Flows Diagramming , Interest Types(Simple Interest , Compound Interest , Nominal Interest) , Effective Interest Rates , How Time and Interest Affect Money , Use the Engineering Economic Factors to Account for the Time Value of Money [(Compounding Factor) , (Discount Factor) , (Compounding Factor for Uniform Series) , (Sinking Fund Factor) , (Present Worth Factor for Uniform Series) , (Capital Recovery Factor) , Uniform Gradient Series] , The basic Economic tools and techniques to evaluate one or more alternatives  of Construction projects and Economic Decisions –Making (Net Present Value , Benefit Present Ratio to Cost Present , Internal Rate of Return , Pry –Back Period) , Engineering Economic Comparisons and Selection of Best Alternative(Present Worth Method , Annual Worth Method) , Depreciation , Types and Methods of  Depreciation (Straight Line Method(Sinking Fund Method) , Constant Percentage Method , The Sum of Years- digits Method) .

 

Course Number: CE311

Course Name:  Transportation Engineering

Credit hours: 3

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : This course Highway planning &Administration ,Functional and classification of Highways, Location, Perception procedure intellect in a human mind, Factors affecting a  Driver, Vehicle Requirements, Geometric Design, Sight Distance, SSD & PSD in curves, Super Elevation on curves, Widening on horizontal Curves,  Cross-section elements, Horizontal alignment, Vertical alignment, Safety Elements on Curves.

              

          

Course Number: CE312

Course Name:  Traffic Engineering

Credit hours: 3

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction , Traffic Flow Characteristics, Vehicles Types , Traffic volume counts, Types of speed,  Spot Speed Study, Flow- Density-Speed relations, Level of Service, Basic Freeway Segment;  Ramp Analysis; Intersections (Signalized & Unsignalized), Design of Traffic Signals, Coordination of Traffic Signals, Delay Studies, Parking Studies.

 

Course Number: CE313

Course Name:  Irrigation and Drainage Engineering

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite:  None

Course Contents:

This course covers : This course covers: Introduction to irrigation , Definition of irrigation (Sources and Types) , Basic planning of major irrigation network , Surface irrigation , Furrow irrigation , Furrow irrigation design , Border irrigation , Border irrigation design , Basin irrigation , Basin irrigation design , Sprinkler irrigation , Drip irrigation , Drainage engineering (Define and Classification) , Darcy's law , Planning of drainage (open drains and closed drains) , Methods of planning the closed drains , Design of cross-section of (open drains and closed drains) , Distance between drains , Maintenance of drainage system.

 

Course Number: CE314

Course Name:  Engineering Hydrology

Credit hours: 3

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction, Hydrology, Hydrologic cycle, Weather and Hydrology. Precipitation, estimating missing data, Double mass curve analysis, average rainfall depth, Probability and return period, Depth-intensity–duration relations, plotting positions, Evaporation, Factors controlling evaporation, Determination of evaporation. Stream flow, Water stage measurement, Discharge measurement, Stage–discharge relation, Estimation of rating curve. Hydrograph analysis, Components of hydrograph, Hydrograph separation, Analysis of complex hydrograph, Unit hydrograph, Conversion of unit hydrograph, Synthetic hydrograph, Rainfall and runoff relationship, Flood routing, Flood frequency anal ysis, Gumbel distribution, Log-Pearson type III distribution, Movement of groundwater, hydraulics of wells, Introduction to reservoir sedimentation.

 

 

Course Number: CE315

Course Name:  Matlab Programming

Credit hours: 3

Pre-requisite:  None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Using the Matlab programming in the field of the civil engineering.

 

 

Course Number: CE316

Course Name:  Structural Analysis and Design By Computer 

Credit hours: 3

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : This course covers: Introduction to computer design packages, Computer implementation using the stiffness method, Flexibility and stiffness methods of structural analysis are applied to two- and three-dimensional framed structures, Application of  software package (SAP2000) for design of reinforced concrete structures.

 

Course Number: CE317

Course Name:  Buildings Mechanical and Electrical Services

Credit hours: 2

Pre-requisite:  None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction to The Building Mechanical and Electrical Services that important for the civil engineering, Electrical Services, Mechanical Services, Technical Mechanical and Electrical Drawings, Energy Code & Specifications in Buildings, Building Energy Analysis, Energy Management in Buildings, Fire Protection Services, Fire Detection Equipment, Ventilation Systems, HVAC Pipes and Ducts, Air Conditioning, Heating and Lighting, Supply and Distribution of Water, Electricity, Communications, Telephone Systems, Lifts and Escalators.

 

 

Course Number: ER301

Course Name:  Engineering Profession Ethics

Credit hours: 1

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Scope of engineering ethics. Moral reasoning and resolving ethical dilemmas. Codes of ethics. Engineering as experimentation, engineers as responsible experimenters. Commitment to safety: Safety and risk, Teamwork: Definition, types of teams and groups. Confidentiality and conflict of interest. Conflict management. Honesty, environmental ethics, global issues, engineering and ethnological progress: Optimism, pessimism and realism, shared responsibility, moral leadership.

 

 

Course Number: ER302

Course Name:  Summer Training

Credit hours:-------

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : To be supplied by the authorities concerned.

 

 

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