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Second Year - First Semester

second phase1

 

Course Number: PGE201

Course Name: Stratigraphy and Structural Geology

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Principles of Stratigraphy: Concepts of geological time and its scale. Correlation techniques, isostasy and continental drift. Stratigraphy of Iraq with special emphasis on salt range. Introduction to structural geology and its objectives. Primary and secondary structures of sedimentary rocks and the determination of dip, strike, and thickness of beds. Completion of outcrops and construction of cross sections. Modes of deformation of rocks, parts. Classification of Folds, faults, joints and unconformities. Expression of the above features on geological field maps and construction of cross sections. Geological mapping and the application of photogrammetry.

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Course Number: CR201

Course Name: Mathematics III

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Matrices and Determinants: types of matrices, Addition, subtraction, and multiplication of   matrix

determinant, Invers of matrix, Cramer's rule. Polar coordinates: Coordinate conversion  Cartesian/ Polar , Graph of polar equation, Length of the curve, Area in polar coordinates. Vectors: represent point in space,  Addition and subtraction of vectors, unit vector, multiplying vectors (dot product, cross, product), lines and planes in space, lines and planes in space, vector valued function, motion along curves, Differentiation  and integration of vector valued function. Functions of several variables: limits and continuity , partial derivative, -second order partial derivative, the directional derivative and gradient vectors, equation of tangent line and normal line to surface, extreme values and saddle points, Lagrange multipliers, graph the functions in three dimensions,

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Course Number: CR202

Course Name: Computer Programming (Fortran)

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Fundamentals: Machine language, assembly language, high level language, compiler. FORTRAN programming: Arithmetic statements, numerical input/output, transfer of control, flow chart, DO loops, array and subscripted variables, functions and subroutines, programming technique and numerical calculations, logical variables and operations, files handling.

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Course Number: PGE202

Course Name: Fundamentals of Petroleum Engineering

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Sources of energy, national and international energy requirements and the contribution of petroleum in global energy requirements. History of the petroleum industry and its influence on international politics.

Overview of Petroleum Engineering including geological, geochemical and geophysical prospecting. Introduction to drilling operations, formation evaluation, reservoir engineering, production engineering, processing, transportation and refining.

Highlights of local petroleum industry, employment opportunities, petroleum engineering literature and role of professional societies like SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers).

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Course Number: PGE203

Course Name: Fluid Mechanics I

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Introduction, Fundamental concepts, Fluid statics, Basic equations in integral Form for a control volume, Introduction to differential analysis of fluid motion, Incompressible inviscid flow, Dimensional analysis and similitude, Internal incompressible viscous flow.

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Course Number: UR201

Course Name: Human Rights

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The study of the human rights concept and history and its relationship to religions and the extent of his relationship with globalization and contemporary currents.

Psychological construction and its relationship with human right, Contemporary Arabs currents ,its position on human right, Secular :the early stage of its development ,disadvantages, her features, How can you balance between civil right and social, Capitalist and socialist society with human rights, Close society and an opened society, Theory of the social contract, Thomas Hughes ,Jan-jack Rousseau, Volter, Auxt Comte, Max Weber Montesquieu, Relationship of right to democracy, Relationship of right to urbanization, Relationship of right with globalization, Human rights between rejection and acceptance, How can rooting the values of human rights in Arab culture and in the great cultures, The relationship between the political culture and ideological, Ideological religion.

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Course Number: PGE204

Course Name: Petroleum Properties

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Crude Oils (chemical composition, classification, properties);density, specific gravity and coefficient of expansion; viscosity,molecular weight; vapor pressure, specific heat; laten heat; heat ofcombustion; boiling range, flash point; pour point, sulfur content; anilinepoint; penetration umber; softening point; crude oil evaluation; fractionaldistillation and TBP curve; analysis of fraction; dehydration of crude oil;natural gas properties; oilfield water properties.

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Course Number: PGE205

Course Name: Thermodynamic

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Fundamental Quantities; Internal Energy, Enthalpy, Heat Capacity; Definition and Units of Basic System Parameters; First Law of Thermodynamics; PVT Behavior of Pure Substances; Thermodynamic Properties of Fluids; Equation of State and Correlation; Estimation of Thermodynamic Properties through Charts, Correlation and Diagrams; Heat Effect with and without Phase Change. Second Law of Thermodynamics; Concept of Entropy; Third Law of Thermodynamics; Thermodynamics analysis of Flow Processes;

The Concept of Equilibrium, Different Types of Equilibrium, Phase Equilibrium, Degrees of Freedom, Gibbs’s Phase Rule. System of Variable Composition Ideal Behavior, The Chemical Potential as a Criterion of Phase Equilibrium, The Concept of Ideal Gas and Ideal Solution; Raoult’s Law; P-X, Y And P-X, Y Diagrams For Ideal Solutions, Hubl-P, Bubl-T And Dew-T Calculation Methods; Flash Calculation, Heat Exchangers, Types, The Overall Heat Transfer Co-Efficient, Log Mean Temperature Difference, Parallel and Counter Flow Heat Exchanger, Multiphase and Cross Flow Heat Exchangers.

 

Second Year - Second Semester

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Course Number: PGE206

Course Name: Petroleum Geology

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Geological history of petroleum. The origin, migration and accumulation of petroleum. Reservoirs with abnormal pressure and temperature. Geological distribution of petroleum in the world. Geological basins of Iraq. Geology of existing oil and gas fields in Iraq. Surface geological methods for petroleum exploration. Use of topography and surface features for oil prospecting. Geophysical exploration methods with emphasis on seismic survey. History of exploration in Iraq.

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Course Number: CR203

Course Name: Mathematics IV

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Multiple integrals: double integral over general region, finding limits of integration, Area by double integration, double integrals in polar form, Triple integral in rectangular region, finding limits of integration in the order dx dy dz, average value of a function in space, Triple integrals in Cylindrical and Spherical coordinates, Substations in multiple integrals. Differential equations: First order differential equation, Separable equations, Linear differential equation, Exact equation, Integrating factor, Homogenous equation second order differential equation,  Homogenous equations,  Nonhomogeneous equations, Method of undetermined coefficients, Variation of parameters. Infinite sequence and series: sequences, convergence and  divergence,  infinite series,  geometric series,  combining series. Power series: Operations on power series . Taylor and McLauri n series

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Course Number: CR204

Course Name: Computer Programming (Matlab)

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To introduce chemical engineering students to modern calculating tool used in the practice of engineering by being able to construct plots, fit data, and use built-in functions in MATLAB.

MATLAB windows , Menus and the toolbar , Working in the command window , Arithmetic operations with scalars , Display formats , Elementary math built-in functions, Useful commands for managing variables, Script files and the Editor Debugger, Matlab Help SystemSymbolic objects, and symbolic expressions, Changing the form of an existing symbolic expression, Solving algebraic equations, Differentiation, Integration, Solving an ordinary differential equation.Creating a one-dimensional array (vector) , Creating a two-dimensional array (matrix) , The transpose operator , Array addressing , Using a colon: in addressing arrays, Adding elements to existing variables, Deleting elements, Built-in functions for handling arrays, Strings and strings as variables.

Addition and subtraction , Array multiplication, Array division , Elementby-element operations , Using arrays in MATLAB built-in math functions, Built-in functions for analyzing arrays, Generation of random numbers, Solving Algebraic Equations.Polynomials, Curve fitting , Interpolation , Extrapolation. Relational and logical operators, Conditional statements, The switch case statement, Loops, Program Design and Development.

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Course Number: PGE207

Course Name: Reservoir Petrophysics

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The geological and petrophysical properties of oil and gas reservoir rocks including lithology, porosity, effective permeability, relative permeability, wettability, capillarity, compressibility, fluid saturations, rock stress and rock-fluid interactions, compressive and tensile strength, mechanical properties of rocks; review of cores, logs and lab test procedures to determine rock properties; basic concepts of Darcy flow for oil and gas fluids in porous rocks

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Course Number: PGE208

Course Name: Petroleum and Gas Pipeline System

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Importance of pipelines: pipelines as element of infrastructure, economical comparison of pipelines with other transportation systems, safety of pipelines, transportation tasks and dimensioning of pipelines, profitability investigation of pipelines. Planning and designing of pipelines: right of way, pipelines, stations, and execution of pipeline projects. Calculation of pipelines: pressure losses and flow rates, energy demand, pressure surge calculations, pipe strength calculations. Line pipes and fittings: line pipe materials, fabrication of line pipes, fittings, line pipe testing and inspection. Construction works and corrosion protection of pipelines.

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Course Number: UR202

Course Name: Democracy 

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The study of the Democracy concept and history and its relationship to religions and relations with Development, also the advantages and the disadvantages of democracy.

Democracy: definition, a brief history, characteristics advantages of democracy and its disadvantages, The most important problem facing the implementation of democracy in arab-muslim world, Relationship awareness in the application of democracy, How can adapt our culture with the principles of democracy, Democracy between changes and external pressures, A pressure group the difference between them and the political parties, The advantages of democracy and the disadvantages, The theory of social determinism in state-building, Relationship between democracy and globalization, Development and democracy, Religion and democracy, The third way between socialism and capitalism, Reasons for the spread of financial and administrative corruption and how to confront it, The reasons for the collapse of democracy, The relationship between the intellectual and power, Democracy and modernity, Democracy and alienation.

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Course Number: PGE209

Course Name: Probability and Statistical

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Basic probability, Random variables and probability distributions, Measures of central tendency. Measures of dispersion. Frequency distributions Binomial Normal, Poisson, Cauchy, Gamma, Beta, Chi-square, student’s-t, and F-distributions, Bivariate Normal Distribution, Estimations and hypothesis testing, Analysis of variance. Curve fitting, Regression, and correlation, Auto and Cross correlation. Analysis of Time series.

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Course Number: PGE210

Course Name: Strength of Materials

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Types of stresses and strains. Load extension diagrams. Hooke’s Law. Temperature stresses. Geometrical properties of plane areas. (Centroid, Moment of Inertia & Product of Interia) Shearing Force and Bending Movements for simply supported beams, Cantilever and overhanging beams. Theory of simple Bending and Shearing Stresses in beams. Theory of Torsion in circular shafts (solid and hollow). Short Columns. Combined bending and direct stresses. Euler’s Theory of buckling for long column-Empirical formula. Mechanical properties of metals and timber in tension and compression.. Principles of testing machine. Impact Loads. Hardness.

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