المناهج الدراسية - المرحلة الثانية

تقييم المستخدم: 1 / 5

تفعيل النجومتعطيل النجومتعطيل النجومتعطيل النجومتعطيل النجوم
 

Table ( 2  ) A Plan of Stu dy For B.Sc. In Civil Engineering

( Second Year ) Sophomore Year

 

table cvil2

 

II – 2nd. Year

 

Course Number: CE201

Course Name: Strength of materials I

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Engineering Mechanics II

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction , axial force , simple stresses (normal , shear , Bearing , thermal) , thin wall cylinder , strain (Definition, Hook’s law , Poisson’s ratio , thermal), Transformation of stress and strain (plane stress Equation , principal stress , Moher’s circle of stress), Torsion(the torsion formula for solid circular shaft , Design of circular member in torsion , Angle of twist of circular member in torsion , Thin – walled hollow members , Solid non-circular section), connections.

                                                                           

Course Number: CE202

Course Name: Strength of Materials II

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Strength of Materials I

Course Contents:

This course covers : force and moments (shear force , Bending moment Diagram ) , Stress in Beam (Bending stress , shear stress and compound stress), Deflection of beams (Governing differential equation for deflection of elastic beam , Double integration method , Moment area method ) , columns (Nature of the beam column, Euler buckling load).

 

 

Course Number: CE203

Course Name: Differential Equation

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Mathematics I, II

Course Contents:

This course covers : Analytical geometry. Circles - parabola - ellipse - hyperbola. Translation of axes equations. The hyperbolic functions. Derivative and integral formulas. Inverse hyperbolic functions. The hanging cable. Partial derivatives. Functions of two or more variables. Geometrical meaning of partial derivatives. Higher order partial derivatives. Total differentials. Relative minima and maxima of functions of two variables. Lagrange multipliers. Multiple integrals. Methods of integration. Summation in two directions, areas. The polar coordinates system. Area with polar coordinates. Volume of solid of integration. Moments and center of mass. Vectors. In surface and in space. Equations of lines. Equations of planes (Argued Diagram).Complex numbers. Basic definitions. The geometric representations of the complex numbers. Basic operations with complex numbers.

 

Course Number: CE204

Course Name: Applied Mathematics

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Mathematics I, II, Differential Equation

Course Contents:

This course covers : Differential equations. Solutions of First-o rder equations with variables separable. First-order linear equations, First-order equations with exact differentials. Special types of second-order equations. Linear equations with constant coefficients. Homogeneous linear second-order differential equations with constant coefficients. Non- homogeneous linear second-order differential equations with constant coefficients. Higher-order linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Sequence and series. Introduction and definitions. Tests for convergence of a series of constants. Taylor's theorem with remainder. Application to max-min for functions of two independent variables or more. Alternating series: conditional convergence. McLaurin series.

 

 

Course Number: CE205

Course Name: Engineering Surveying I

Credit hours: 5

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Basic Fundamentals of Surveying (Classification of Surveying, Mistakes and Errors, Scale, unites of measurements), Measurements of Horizontal Distances – TAPING (Taping measurements methods, Errors Sources and corrections in taping), Measurements of Vertical Distances – LEVELING (Leveling Methods, Leveling Applications, Errors Sources and corrections in leveling, Check leveling), Longitudinal and Transverse Sections (leveling, Computation, and Plotting), Contour Maps, Area Calculation (Area from Field Measurements, Area from Map Measurements, Area of Transverse Sections), Volume Calculation (Volume of regular figures, Volume of irregular figures).

 

Course Number: CE206

Course Name: Engineering Surveying II

Credit hours: 5

Pre-requisite: Engineering Surveying I

Course Contents:

This course covers : Directions and Angles (Meridian, Direction systems, types of horizontal and vertical angles), Angles Measuring Instruments (Theodolite, Errors Sources and corrections), Coordinates Geometry (Coordinates System, Coordinates Computations), Traversing (Travers types, Travers Field Operations, Traversing Computations), Digital Total Station (Standard measurements, survey data, and stakeout data), Basic of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS Segments, Types of GNSS, Methods of Positioning, and GNSS Applications), and Route Surveying (Survey for Planning, Route Geometric Alignment, Horizontal Curves, Vertical Curve, Spiral Curve, and Survey for Stakeout curves).

 

Course Number: CE207

Course Name: Concrete Technology I

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction about cement, cement manufacturing and compounds, cement mortar, volumes of mortar of cement, cement tests, type of cement. Portland cement, types of Portland cement, natural cement, sulfur high-resistance cement, stretching cement, alumni cement. Stack, stack classification, properties of stack. Sand accumulation, harmful materials in stack, stack stabilization, alkaline reaction. Sieve analysis, practical graduation.

 

 

Course Number: CE208

Course Name: Concrete Technology II

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Concrete Technology I

Course Contents:

This course covers : Fresh concrete, concrete structure. Operation ability and the methods of checking the influence of factors. Concrete additives, concrete impaction, manufacturing of concrete in hot weather, solid concrete, concrete resistance, types of concrete, factors affecting resistance, factors affecting test results, concrete treatment, design concrete mixers, American method, modern British method, old British method, adjusting the materials due to damp, Flexibility factors, Poisson’s ratio, volume changes, swelling, detraction, extension, advanced methods of concrete testing (using ultrasonic, X-ray and electroscope).

 

 

Course Number: CE209

Course Name: Building Construction I

Credit hours: 3

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction, earth work, excavations, filling and brick works, stone works, concrete works, mixing transport, casting, finishing, form work, foundations and piles, water proofing of boiling, arches, lintels and sills, columns and piers, beams and girders, floors and slabs, stairs, finishing’s, door and windows, details of steel and wooden structures..

 

 

Course Number: CE210

Course Name: Building Construction II

Credit hours: 3

Pre-requisite: Building Construction I

Course Contents:

This course covers : Types of Buildings, earthwork, Footing and Foundations, Piles and Piling, Concrete Works, Bricks and Blocks works, Masonry Works, Forms and Scaffoldings, Floors and Roo fs, Arches, Lintels and Sills, Damp Proofing, Finishing of Walls and Ceilings, Doors and Windows, Means of Moving Between Levels, Fire Places and Chimneys and Joints in Buildings.

 

 

Course Number: CE211

Course Name:  Fluid Mechanics I

Credit hours: 5

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers: Introduction to fluid science and General concept, Fluid mechanics in civil engineering, Fluid Properties and Definitions, Pressure Variations in static Fluid, Hydrostatic Force on Plane and Curved Surfaces, Buoyancy and Stability, Floating bodies, Accelerated Fluid Masses, Kinematics of Fluid Motion, Principles of Mass Conservation, Application of Energy Equations, Bernoulli Equation, Continuity equation, Momentum Equations, Similitude and Dimensional Analysis.

 

Course Number: CE212

Course Name:  Fluid Mechanics II

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Fluid Mechanics I

Course Contents:

This course covers: Flow of Real Fluid, Flow Measurement, Laminar and Turbulent Flows, Fluid Flow in Pipes, Friction Losses, Minor Losses, Pipes in Series, Pipes in Parallel Network, Discharge measurement in pipes,  Boundary-Layer Flow, Unsteady Flow, The phenomenon of water hammer, Pumps and turbines, Fluid Flow in Open Channels, The Momentum Equation and The Hydraulic Jump, Specific Energy and Transitions

 

Course Number: CE214

Course Name:  Structural Drawing by Computer

Credit hours: 2

Pre-requisite:  None

Course Contents:

This course covers : The Structural Drawing of the building ( beams, columns, slabs, foundations), explain the sections of the plans and 3d-dimension structures. preface and preparation of AutoCAD program  and instrument : knowing  AutoCAD  commands  like point, lines, rectangle polygon , poly line , Arc with their option to draw 2D engineering drawing , learning hatching , text, Dimensions creation and editing, modify command and layers for 2D engineering drawing and 3D Structures .   

 

        

Course Number: ER201

Course Name: Fortran Programming

Credit hours: 4

Pre-requisite: Computer Programming

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction to programming in Fortran 90, Rules of Fortran 90, Variables and Constant Types, Assignment statement, Library Function, Input / output statement, Relational Operators and Logical Operands, Control Construct ( IF , Select Case), Loop Statement ( Do Construct), Engineering Examples.

 

 

Course Number: ER202

Course Name: Visual Basic Programming

Credit hours: 3

Pre-requisite: Computer Programming

Course Contents:

This course covers : Visual Basic programming, Arrays, One Dimension Arrays, Two Dimension Arrays, Arithmetic operation on Arrays, Sort Arrays, Search Arrays, Subprogram, Statement function, Functions, Subroutines, Modules, Derived Types, Engineering Examples.

 

 

Course Number: UR201

Course Name: Principle of Democracy

Credit hours: 1

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : The social rights and freedoms. The individual rights in the state security as the right of getting job. The administrative corruption. The equality in Islam. The equality in Law. The equality in Judiciary and Employment The financial corruption. The equality in the public costs and burdens. The rights of human in Iraqi law. The general rights of individuals especially those rights related to human morals. The individuals' freedoms related to their material interest. The Arab chart for human rights.

 

 

Course Number: UR202

Course Name: Human Rights Principle

Credit hours: 1

Pre-requisite: None

Course Contents:

This course covers : Introduction about human rights. The literal and linguistic definition of rights. The historic development of the human rights concept. appearance of Islam and the basis of human right. Europe and human rights. The concept of human in the material civilization. The concept of human in Islam. The status of human in the modem civilization. The status of human in Jurisprudence. The features of human rights in the Islamic intellectuals. The main rules that organize human rights. Admitting of rights under the authority of the modern state of law. The intellectual base of the principle of rights and freedoms in Islam. Properties and the nature of rights and freedoms in Islam. The non-organi zed rights and freedoms in Islam.

 

0
0
0
s2sdefault
Copyright © 2014 جميع الحقوق محفوظة ® موقع كلية الهندسة / جامعة ذي قار © ™ Powered by