120 - Workshop:
Introduction to the properties of
engineering materials. Introduction to the basic operations used in
manufacturing. Measuring instruments. Manual tools and their use in
metals and wood. Electrical wiring. The application of machine tools
in manufacturing processes. Welding processes. (One lecture and 3
121 - Engineering Drawing:
Instruments and their use,
lettering, geometric construction, sketching. Theory of projection,
multiview projection, pictorial representation, axonometric,
oblique, sectioning, dimensioning. (One Lecture and 3 hours lab).
223 - Mechanical
Drawing of typical mechanical
pieces, surface finish, tolerance and allowance, fits of assembled
bodies, dimensioning, assembly drawings, drawing using CAD.
(Prerequisite Mechanical Engineering 121).
232 - Dynamics:
Kinematics of particles. Absolute
and relative motion, Coordinates systems, fixed and moving ones.
Newtons, Laws, linear, impulse and momention, energy and work,
angular momentum, motion of rigid body, and Eulers equations.
(Prerequisite Civil Engineering 232).
312 - Fluid Mechanics
Center of Pressure, Stability,
Venturi meter, Orifice, Impact of a Jet, Flow measuring aparatus,
Flat Plate Boundary Layer, Radial Pump, Friction losses, Drag & Lift
Measurement.(3 hrs Lab.). (Prerequisites: ENME335).
321 - Measurements Laboratory:
Reports writing and analysis of
results, measurements principles of distance, velocity,
acceleration, pressure, force, stress and strain, and temperature
using mechanical, electrical, and electronic devices. Industrial
application of measurements techniques and their instrumentation.
(One lecture and 3 hours Laboratory).
331 - Material
Structure of engineering
materials, metals, ceramics and plastics. Imperfections and
dislocations of crystal, ferrous and non- ferrous alloys. Phase
diagrams, heat treatments and introduction to corrosion.
(prerequisite: chemistry 143).
332 - Machine
Freedom, mechanisms, instant
centers graphical and analytical calculations of velocity and
acceleration of linkages. Analysis by complex numbers. Cams, gear
trains. Inertia forces in machines. Balancing of rotating masses
(Prerequisite: Mechanical Engineering 232).
Thermodynamic concept and
definitions, pure substances and their properties, work and heat.
First law and its applications, second law and its applications.
Thermodynamic cycles. (Prerequisite: Physics 131).
334 - Applied
Analysis of thermodynamics power
and refrigeration cycles, availability and irreversibility. Mixtures
and psychrometry. Thermodynamic relations, combustion processes and
equilibrium, compressor. (Prerequisite: Mechanical Engineering
335 - Fluid
Properties of fluids, fluid statics,
equilibrium of floating and submerged bodies. Principals and
equations of fluid flow, viscosity and compressibility and its
effect on flow. Dimensional analysis and similitude. Fluid
measurements. Fluid friction in pipe flow and selection of pumps.
Laminar flow. Introduction to differential relation in fluid
(Prerequisites: ENME 232).
Practical training during summer
in an approved firms for a period of not less than six weeks and in
the field of student concentration. (Prerequisite: third or forth
411 - General
Mechanical Engineering Laboratory:
Experiments related to machine
dynamics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, production engineering,
heat transfer, control, and vibration (prerequisite: Mechanical
Engineering 321, 431).
421 - Mechanical Engineering Tools
Introduce the fundamental of machine
and computer tool use. Solving mechanical Engineering problem using
Matlab software. Application includes statics, dynamics and heat
transfere. Emphasis on problem solving not programming. Design a
machine using CAD software [solid works, Pro-Engineer] and construct
a machine prototype in the engineering workshop. Student work with a
variety of machine tools like milling, lathe machine, etc. (One
lecture 50 min. per week & One lab per week 3 hours).
430 - Sanitary
and Mechanical Engineering:
(For Architecture Engineering
Sanitary fixtures and its installation, domestic hot and cold water
supply networks, solid and liquid waste disposal. Fire fighting
systems, heating ventilation and air conditioning systems. Thermal
insulation. (Prerequisite: Arch. Engineering 336).
431 - Heat
One dimensional steady state
conduction, fins. Transient conduction. Principles of forced
convection. Free convection. Principles of radiation heat transfer.
Introduction to heat exchangers. (Prerequisites: Mechanical
Engineering 334 and 336).
Refrigeration and Air conditioning:
Refrigeration cycles. Heating and
cooling load calculations, psychrometry. Heating and cooling systems
and equipment, design of water systems and selection of pump. Design
of air ducts and selection of fans. (Prerequisite: Mechanical
433 - Manufacturing Process I
Metals and alloys. Heat Treatment.
Forming processes including extrusion, drawing, forging, and sheet
metal forming. Sand casting and metal powder processing. Properties
of plastics and plastic processing. Traditional metal removal
processes. Welding processes. Measurement, inspection and quality
control. (Prerequisites: ENME331).
434 - Manufacturing Processes II
Special casting processes. Mechanics
of metal cutting. Tool wear and tool life. Tool design. Grinding and
other abrasive processes. Nontraditional machining processes.
Economics of machining processes. Design for manufacturing
guidelines. Manufacturing systems and automation Introduction to CNC
and CAD/CAM. (Prerequisites: ENME433).
Machine Design -I-:
Design theories and basic design
principles. Surface durability, stress and failure. Fatigue loading
and failure, design of screws, design of welded joints, mechanical
springs. (Prerequisites: Mechanical Engineering 223, 332, Civil
436 - Machine
Rolling contact bearings. Design
of spur, bevel and worm gears. Clutches and brakes. Transmission of
power through flexible elements. Lubrication of journal bearings.
Shafts and axles. ( Prerequisite: Mechanical Engineering 435).
437 - Fluids Mechanics II.
Potential flow and boundary layer
analysis. Flow separation. The use of computational techniques to
solve boundary layer problems. Viscous internal channel flow.
One-dimensional Compressible flow in nozzles and ducts. Normal shock
waves and channel flow with friction or heat transfer. Turbo
machinery. Jet propulsion. (Prerequisites: ENME335).
438 - Control
Principles of feedback control
system, modeling of system signal flow graph. Feedback control
system characteristics and performance. Routh - Hurwits stability
criterion, Root locus method. Stability in the frequency domain.
Design and compensation of feedback control systems
(prerequisite: Math. 234, 331)
511 - Power
Experiments related to energy
conversion, turbomachinery, internal combustion engines, and
refrigeration and air conditioning. (prerequisite: Mechanical
512 - Design and
Selected experiment in
engineering mechanics, production, machine design, and vibrations.
(Prerequisite: Mechanical Engineering 411).
Introduction to Graduation Project:
Topic selection, preparation of
literature material and equipment survey for senior project.
Supervision by one or more faculty members. (Prerequisite:
Mechanical Engineering 401, and should be taken before the last
semester of graduation).
Project design or research in
mechanical engineering. Supervision by one or more faculty members.
(Prerequisite: Mechanical Engineering 520).
531 - Energy
Conventional energy sources and
its utilization. Nuclear energy. Environmental impacts of energy
conversion. Introduction to renewable energy resources. Direct
energy conversion. Energy storage. Energy management and rational
use of energy. (Prerequisite: Mechanical Engineering 334).
and application of a wide range of sensors currently employed in
modern industrial environments. General sensor technologies examined
include laser, optical, inductive, piezo-electric and ultrasonic.
Introduction machine vision, particularly software for part
recognition. Also examined are the roles of sensors in
computer-integrated and flexible manufacturing.
Measuring fundamental properties:
transducers for measuring position, velocity and acceleration, fluid
flow, temperature, pressure. Initial signal conditioning and
problems: noise, shielding, bridges, passive filtering. Operational
amplifiers, integrators, differentiators. Analog to digital
conversion and digital to analog conversion. Actuators for
controlling position, velocity and acceleration. Microprocessor
applications. (Prerequisites: ENEE439)
534 - Design and
operation of power stations:
Over view of different types of
power stations, its components, features and applications. Economic
studies, load curves, station performance. Selection of station.
Energy rates. (Prerequisite: Economics 337, Mechanical
535 - Internal
Air standard cycles, combustion
processes in ICE. Compression ignition engines, spark ignition
engines. Engine parts design, supercharging, engine tests and
performance. (Prerequisite: Mechanical Engineering 431)
Need for geometric modeling,
historic developments; wire frame models; hidden line removed
models; polyhedral models; surface models and solid models.
Constructive solid geometry; boundary representation and
decomposition modeling. Hybrid models. Data structures and their
role in modeling. Curves and surfaces in modeling. Geometric models
and the role of engineers. Parametric and feature-based design. The
course has a heavy lab component which provides exposure to solid
modeling on PC-based CAD packages.(Two lectures 50 min., One lab 2
hrs per week). (Prerequisites: Math 330, ENME436)
537 - Fluid Power
Properties of hydraulic fluids.
Design and function of conventional hydraulic and pneumatic
circuits. Characteristics of flow and pressure control valves. Speed
control in fluid power circuits. Performance of pumps and fluid
motors. Hydrostatic and hydrokinetic transmission systems.
Principles of sealing, filtration and heat control in hydraulic
circuits. Industrial applications of fluid power systems.
538 - Advanced
Dynamics and Vibrations:
Balancing of rigid rotors; single
plane and two-plane balancing, analytical and experimental field
balancing methods. Balancing of reciprocating machines; single
cylinder shaking forces, multicylinder engines and compressors of
different configurations. Vibration of single-mass systems; free
vibration characteristics, harmonic forcing, frequency response
functions, applications to vibration isolation and transmissibility,
shaft whirl, and vibration transducers. Fourier series solutions for
periodic forcing. Multi-mass systems; frequencies and modes for
undamped systems, matrix methods, orthogonality of modes and
iteration methods. Beam and shaft vibration; Euler equation,
frequencies and modes for classical boundary conditions, critical
speeds of shafts.
The refrigeration systems. The
refrigerants. Multipressure and multi-temperature refrigeration.
Absorption refrigeration. Design of refrigeration equipment. Load
calculation and design of cold storage rooms. (Prerequisite:
Mechanical Engineering 432).
5312 - Finite Element
A course presenting the fundamental
ideas involved in conventional finite element analysis in Mechanical
Engineering. Domain discretization, interpolation and shape
functions, element derivation and types, element stiffness or
property equations, assembly procedure, boundary conditions,
solution methods for the algebraic equation system, applications in
heat transfer, fluid flow, and stress analysis. Students will,
throughout the course, use ANSYS software for their own practical
problem analysis. (Prerequisites: ENME436, Math330)
5313 - Robotics
This course is designed to provide a
background in the area of industrial robotic manipulators. The
kinematics, dynamics, and control of robots is considered with
emphasis on the mechanical aspects of the topic.Topics covered:
Introduction/Kinematic Configuration, Coordinate Transforms,
Manipulator Geometry, Position Solution Strategy, Velocity and
Acceleration, Jacobian Matrix, Path Planning, Rigid Body Dynamics,
Newton-Euler Equations, Actuators and Drives, DC Motor, Equations
Position and Force, Sensors Vision and Advanced Automation Concepts.
(Prerequisites: ENME438, ENME332)
Environmental Aspects in Mechanical Engineering
Topics Covered: Environment and
pollution, Air pollutants, Air quality and pollution control,
Thermal pollution, Pollution from ICE, Pollution from power
stations, Production processes and pollution, Material recycling,
Waste disposal. (Prerequisites: ENME535, ENME531)
5322 - Automotive
Automotive mechanics, vehicle power
trains manual and automatic transmissions, design of disc and drum
brake systems and brake systems and braking performance, principles
of antilock braking systems, vehicle traction and engine power
requirements, study of automobile and truck suspension systems,
design of suspension components such as springs (coil, leaf and
torsion bar), shock absorbers, rubber bushings, control arms and
stabilizer bars, vehicle ride, stability. steering drive lines,
axles, frames, bodies, and cabs. Problems of performance and
economy. (Prerequisites: ENME436, ENME535)
5331 - Special Topics
Selected topic in power. Topic is
chosen according to student needs and faculty availability.
(Prerequisite: Department Consent).
5332 - Special Topics
in Design & Manufacturing
Selected topic in design and
production. Topic is chosen according to student needs and faculty
availability. (Prerequisite: Department Consent).
5333 - Special Topics
Selected topic in mechatronics.
Topic is chosen according to student needs and faculty availability.
(Prerequisite: Department Consent).