First Year |
1^{st
} Semester |
2^{nd
} Semester |
Subject |
units |
Theo |
Tut |
Lab |
Subject |
units |
Theo |
Tut |
Lab |
Mathematics I |
3 |
3 |
1 |
- |
Mathematics II |
3 |
3 |
1 |
- |
Chemistry for Engineers |
2 |
1 |
1 |
2 |
Physical Chemistry |
2 |
1 |
1 |
2 |
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering |
3 |
2 |
1 |
2 |
Electrical Circuits |
2 |
1 |
1 |
2 |
Engineering Drawing I |
3 |
2 |
- |
2 |
Engineering Drawing II |
3 |
2 |
- |
2 |
Physics for Engineers |
2 |
1 |
1 |
2 |
Engineering Mechanics I (Static) |
2 |
2 |
1 |
- |
Computer
Programming (Fortran) I |
2 |
1 |
- |
2 |
Computer Programming (C++) II |
2 |
1 |
- |
2 |
Manufacturing Process and Engineering Workshop
I |
2 |
2 |
- |
2 (WS) |
Manufacturing Process and Engineering Workshop
II |
2 |
2 |
- |
2 (WS) |
Arabic Language |
1 |
1 |
- |
- |
Technical English Language |
2 |
2 |
- |
- |
Total = 8 |
18 |
13 |
4 |
12 |
Total = 8 |
18 |
14 |
4 |
10 |
Total
hours per week |
29 |
Total hours per
week |
28 |
FIRST YEAR
Mathematics I and II
Complex Numbers
and Variables, Functions and their graphs, Limits and Continuity, Derivatives,
Chain Rule and Applications, Integration: definite and indefinite, Integration
by parts and applications: area and volumes of solids, transcendental and
inverse trigonometric functions, techniques of integration: substitution and
partial fractions. Hyperbolic functions, vectors: dot and cross products,
Derivatives of vector valued function. Multiple integrals and applications,
Differential equations: separable 1^{st} order equations, Homogeneous:
1^{st} and 2^{nd} order Differential equations.
Manufacturing Processes and Engineering
Workshop I & II
Use of
carpenter’s tools, Exercise in preparing simple joints, Bench fitting practice,
Exercise in marking and fittings; Use of measuring instruments. Smith s forge;
Exercise in bending, upsetting and swaging. Familiarizing the students with the
following processes: Soldering and brazing, Welding, Heat treatment, Molding
and casting. Simple machine shop processes, such as turning, shaping, milling
and sheet metal work.
Technical English Language
Arabic Language
Develop
communication and writing skills in technical topics.
Engineering Drawing I & II
Engineering
drawing techniques, dimensions and geometric tolerances, standard viewpoints:
plan, perspective, elevation and section plane views, orthographic projections,
use of 3-D solid modeling and AUTO CAD software. Case-based introduction to
engineering design, use of graphics and illustrations in engineering design,
design projects by individuals and groups, basis of project management, such as
organizing, planning, scheduling, and controlling, application of such computer
tools as spreadsheets, project management software, computer-aided drafting and
design tools.
Engineering Mechanics I (Static)
Introduction
and Basic Concept, Vectors, Resolution of a forces in two and three dimensions,
Resultant of a force system in two and three dimensions, Moments & Couples
in two and three dimensions, Equilibrium in two and three dimensions, Analysis
of trusses and frames, Friction and applications, Center of area and gravity,
Moments of Inertia (Areas), Moments of Inertia (mass),Virtual work.
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
An introduction
to electrical rules, theorems, and laws applicable to DC and AC circuits.
Topics include Ohm s law, KCL, KVL, Node Voltage, Mesh Current, Superposition
Theorem, Thevenin s and Norton s theorems, series circuits, parallel circuits,
ideal op-amps, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem.
Electrical Circuits
Introduction: Systems of
units, symbols, conductors and insulators, semiconductors, types of resistors,
color-coding and standard resistor values, conductance, varistors, ohm’s law,
power, energy, efficiency. Series and
Parallel dc Circuits: Series and parallel resistances, power distribution,
Kirchhoff’s voltage law, Kirchhoff’s current law, voltage divider rule, current
divider rule, open and short circuits.Analysis Techniques (dc): Source conversions, Mesh analysis, Nodal
analysis, bridge networks, ?-Y, Y-? conversions. Networks Theorems (dc): Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem,
Norton’s theorems, maximum power transfer theorem, Millman’s theorem,
substitution theorem, reciprocity theorem.Capacitors : The electric field,
capacitance, capacitors, transients in capacitive networks, initial conditions,
instantaneous values, capacitors in series and in parallel, energy stored by a
capacitor, stray capacitances.Sinusoidal Alternating Quantities :Sinusoidal alternating waveforms, frequency response rectangular and polar
forms, phasors. Series and Parallel ac
Circuit: Voltage divider rule, frequency response for ac circuits,
admittance and susceptance, current divider rule, phase measurements, ladder
networks. Analysis Techniques (ac): Source
Conversions, Mesh Analysis, Nodal Analysis, Bridge Networks, ?-Y, Y-?
Conversions. Network Theorems (ac): Superposition
theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, maximum power transfer theorem,
substitution, reciprocity, and Millman’s theorems. Electric Power in dc and ac Circuits :General equation, resistive circuit, apparent power, inductive circuit and
reactive power, capacitive circuit, the power triangle, the total P, Q, and S,
power-factor correction. Resonance in ac
Circuits: Series resonant circuit, the quality factor (Q), ZT versus
frequency, selectivity, VR, VL, and VC, examples (series resonance), parallel
resonant circuit, selectivity curve for parallel resonant circuits.
Physics
Matter-Energy
relationship, properties of matter, state of matter, structure of elements,
basic forces in nature, energy sources, thermal energy, radiant energy, black-body
radiation, electromagnetic spectrum, Boher theory of the H-atom, basics of the
quantum theory of the atom, atomic nucleus, binding energy, radioactivity,
nuclear reactions, fission, fusion, chain reactions, basic elements of the
solid-state physics, bonding and energy bands in solids, electrical
conductivity, conductors, semiconductors, insulator, PN-junction, majority and
minority carriers, photoconductors, photo-sensors, solar cells.
Chemistry for Engineers
Introduction to
the four disciplines of modern chemistry: analytical, inorganic, organic, and
physical. This course will focus on the first three disciplines of chemistry,
while the fourth one (physical chemistry) will be covered in a separate
class.
Physical Chemistry
Gases: the
equation of state for ideal and real gases. First law of thermodynamics: basic
of heat, work, and energy and thermochemistry. Second law of
thermodynamics-entropy. Third law of thermodynamics, Gibbs and Helmholtz
energies, Chemical Equilibrium, Phase Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, and
Chemical Kinetics.
Computer Programming I
Introduction to
programming in FORTRAN 90 and 95; differences between them and other framework
languages (Basic, C, C++, Pascal, and Matlab). Flow chart and algorithms.
Intrinsic function and intrinsic data types. Input and output statements.
Fortran specifications and commands. Logical statement and control constructs
(IF-ELSEIF-THEN statements). Loops constructions. Subroutines programs. File
statement (open, closed files, import or export of data formats types).
Functions statement and represented of series. Matrices, arrays, and some
engineering applications.
Computer Programming II
Introduction to C++: data
hierarchy, types of programing languages, data types and variable in C++, variable
naming, preprocessors directives, header files, the main function, examples,
integers in different number systems, the char type, characters and small
integers, floating point numbers. Arithmetic operators in C++, rules of
operator precedence, relational operator, logical operators, increment and
decrement operators, bitwise operator. Statements
definitions: selection structure-branching, impel if-statement, nested
if-statement, use of relational operators with if, if-else statement,
conditional operator, switch statement. Control
statement 2 looping: repetition, for-loop statement, compound statement
(blocks), nested for-loops, while-loop, do-while loop, break statement, Goto
statement. Arrays, Strings, and Matrices:
introducing arrays, reading arrays with loops, sorting arrays, finding min and
max elements, matrices. Subroutines
programs and used define functions: value returning function, void
function. Solution of non-linear
equation: Newton-Raphson method,
iterative method. Numerical Solution of
First Order Differential Equations: Euler method, Runge-Kutta metho. Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal
rule, impson s 1 3 rule. Solution of a
system of linear equation: determinants of linear equations, Cramer s rule,
Gauss-Seidel method. Interpolation: Lagrange s
interpolation formula. Curve fitting: least-squares method (linear
regression). Complex Numbers: addition
and multiplication of complex numbers, complex conjugate, modulus of complex
numbers, argument of complex numbers, complex arrays.