1) The Undergraduate Curriculum of the Department
The annual system of study is followed in the department. The following is the curriculum of the department for the four years of study.
|FIRST YEAR||1st Semester Hours/Week||2nd Semester Hours/Week|
|CE 102||Engineering Mechanics||6||3||1||–||3||1||–|
|GE 109||Computer Programming||6||2||–||2||2||–||2|
|CE 103||Engineering Drawing||6||1||–||4||1||–||4|
|CE 108||Engineering Statistics||2||1||1||–||1||1||–|
|CE 104||Engineering Geology||4||2||1||–||2||1||–|
|GE 111||Technical English||2||1||1||–||1||1||–|
|GE 114||Arabic Language||2||1||1||–||1||1||–|
|Total hours per week||32||32|
|SECOND YEAR||1st Semester Hours/Week||2nd Semester Hours/Week|
|CE203||Mechanics of Materials||6||3||1||–||3||1||–|
|GE206||Freedom & Democracy||2||1||1||–||1||1||–|
|Total hours per week||30||30|
|THIRD YEAR||1st Semester Hours/Week||2nd Semester Hours/Week|
|CE301||Theory of Structures||6||3||1||–||3||1||–|
|CE 302||Soil Mechanics||6||2||1||2||2||1||2|
|CE307||Eng. Management and Economy||4||2||–||2||–|
|CE 303||Reinforced Concrete||6||3||1||–||3||1||–|
|CE 304||Water Recourses||4||2||1||–||2||1||–|
|CE 306||Traffic Engineering||4||2||1||–||2||1||–|
|CE308||Computer Applications in Civil Engineering||2||–||2||–||2|
|Total hours per week||28||28|
|FOURTH YEAR||1st Semester Hours/Week||2nd Semester Hours /Week|
|CE405||Construction Methods & Quantity Surveying||4||2||1||–||2||1||–|
|CE406||Reinforced Concrete Design||4||2||2||–||2||2|
|Total hours per week||32||32|
2) The Syllabus
The following is the syllabus of the subjects in the department curriculum.
2-1) FIRST YEAR
GE 101 Mathematics
intervals, Inequalities, Functions, Parametric Functions, Limits and Continuity, Derivatives, Application of Derivatives, Conical Sections, Integrations, Application of Definite Integrals, Techniques of Integration, the Calculus of Transcendental Functions, Plane Curves, Infinite Series, Determinates, Matrices.
CE 102 Engineering Mechanics
Introduction, Basic Concepts, Composition and Resolution of Forces, Principle of Moments and Couples, Resultants of Force Systems, Equilibrium and Free-Body Diagram, Frames in the Plane, Trusses in the Plane, Frames and Trusses in the Space, Friction, Centroid and Centers of Gravity, Second Moments of Area or Moment of Inertia, Polar Moment of Inertia, Products of Inertia, Absolute Motion, Force, Mass and Acceleration.
CE 103 Engineering Drawing
Introduction and Instruments, Lines and Lettering, Applied Geometry, Projection, Dimensions, Isometric, Sections, Structural Drawing (Plan, Foundation Plan, Lintels, Slabs Reinforcement Plan, Section through Building and Stairs).
CE 104 Engineering Geology
Rocks and Minerals, Structural Geology, Factors Affecting Earth Crust, Soil, Physical and Mechanical Properties of Soils and Rocks, Stresses in Rocks, Underground Water Geology and Geological Maps.
CE 105 Building Materials
Properties and building Materials, Clay Bricks, Properties of Clay Bricks, Manufacture of Clay Bricks, Other Types of Bricks (Refractory Bricks, Sand-Lime Bricks, Glass Bricks, Glazed Bricks and Concrete Bricks), Mortar and Binders, Gypsum Mortar (Properties and Types), Lime Mortar, Types of Cements, Stress and Strain, Measurement Devices of Stress/Strain, Wood
(Types, Properties and Test of Wood), Tiles (Types and Properties) and Masonry Stone (Types and Properties).
CE 108 Engineering Statistics
Description and Classification of Data, Frequency Distribution (Cumulative Frequency Distribution, Frequency Histogram, Frequency Polygon, Frequency Curve and Relative Frequency), Measurements of Central Tendency (Mathematical Mean, Mode, Geometric Mean and Harmonic Mean), Measures of Dispersion (Standard Deviation, Variance, Coefficient of Variance, Range and Mean Absolute Deviation), Theory of Probability, Permutation and Combination, Statistical Probability Distributions (Poisson, Binomial and Normal), Sampling and Testing of Significant Chi-Square Distribution and Linear Correlation and regression.
GE 109 Computer Programming
Introduction to computers and historical review, Computer Components and Hardware, Operating systems review and windows evolution, Introduction to windows XP, Microsoft® Office (word , Excel, Power point), Introduction to programming Languages, Basic Language (Constants and Variables, Library Functions, Input and Output Statements, Conditional and Unconditional Branches, Loops, Arrays and Matrices, Subroutines and Applications).
GE 111 English Languages
Grammars, Pronunciation, Selected Paragraphs in Civil Engineering.
GE 113 Human Rights
2-2) SECOND YEAR
GE 201 Mathematics
Conical Sections, Parametric Equations, Polar Coordinates, Vectors and Analytical Geometry in Space, Functions of Two or more Variable and their Derivatives, Multiple Integral.
CE 201 Surveying
Introduction, Distance Measurements, Chain Surveying, Levels and Leveling, Areas and Volumes, Contours and Contouring, Theodolites, Traversing, Indirect Distance, Setting-Out Works, Theory of errors, Triangulation and Water Surface Areas.
CE 203 Mechanics of Materials
Introduction, Stress and Strain, Hook’s Law, Riveted Connections, Thin Walled Pressure Vessels, Axially Loaded Members, Equations of Equilibrium and Compatibility, Thermal Strains, Transformation of Stresses and Strains, Principal Stresses, Torsion, Axial Force, Shear, and Bending Moment Diagrams, Bending Stresses, Composite Beams, Shearing Stresses in Beams, Shear Center and Shear Flow, Compound Stresses, Deflection of Beams, Direct Integration Method, Moment-Area Method, Buckling of Columns.
GE 204 Computer Programming
Introduction to Visual Basic 6 and user interface, Basic components and their use, Forms, Variable declaration, types, effective time + exercises, Textbox, Labels, command button + exercises, Frame, checkbox, radio button, List Box + Combo Box, Scroll Bar + Picture Box, Introduction to Mat Lab and user interface, Variables and workspace, Operators, expressions and statements, Repeating with for, Decision, Complex numbers, More on input and output, Introduction to graphics.
CE 205 Fluid Mechanics
Fluid Properties and Flow Characteristics, Pressure Variations in Static Fluid, Hydrostatic Force on Plane Surfaces, Hydrostatic Pressure Forces on Curved Surfaces, Buoyancy, Accelerated Fluid Masses, Kinematics of Fluid Motion, Applications of Energy Equations, Momentum Equations, Flow of Real Fluid, Similitude and Dimensional Analysis, Fluid Flow in Pipes, Friction Losses, Minor Losses, Pipes in Series, Pipes in Parallel Network, Fluid Flow in Open Channels, Specific Energy and Transitions.
CE 206 Building Constructions
Types of Buildings, earthwork, Footing and Foundations, Piles and Piling, Concrete Works, Bricks and Blocks works, Masonry Works, Forms and Scaffoldings, Floors and Roofs, 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.
CE 207 Concrete Technology
Concrete Aggregate, Portland cement, Types of Cement, Concrete Mix design, Fresh Concrete, Strength of Concrete, Elasticity, Shrinkage and Creep and Durability of Concrete.
GE 206 Freedom & Democracy
2-3) THIRD YEAR
CE 301 Theory of Structures
Introduction, Stability and Determinancy 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, Deflections of Statically Indeterminate Structures, Approximate Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Structures, Consistence Deformation Method, Least Work Method, Moment Distribution Method, Slop Deflection Method, Stiffness Method.
CE 302 Soil Mechanics
Description and Classification, Soil Compaction, Stress Distribution, Principal and effective Stresses, Permeability, Seepage Stress-Strain Relationship, Undrained Pore water Pressure, Consolidation and Settlement, Shear Strength and Stress-Strain Relationship for Drained and undrained Conditions.
CE 303 Reinforced Concrete
Properties of Concrete and Reinforcing Steel, Flexural Analysis and Design of Beams (Rectangular, T and L, Doubly Reinforced and General Shaped Sections), Approximate Analysis of Continuous Beams, Shear and Diagonal Tension in Beams and Shear Design, Torsional Design of Beams, Bond, Anchorage, Length of Development, Splices, Serviceability (Crack-Width and Deflection), One-Way Slabs, Two-Way Slabs, Columns (Short and long Columns).
CE 304 Water Resources Engineering
Introduction, Soil-Water Relation, Relation between Discharge, Depth, Time and Area, Irrigation Efficiencies, Hydraulic Design of Canal, Method of Irrigation, Salinity Problem, Flow of Water into and through the Soil, Drainage (Define, Benefits, etc), dynamic of Groundwater, Depth and Spacing of Drains, Hydraulic Design of Pipe Drains, Drainage Wells.
CE 305 Engineering Analysis
Ordinary Differential Equations of the First Order, Ordinary Linear Differential Equations, System of Differential Equations, Fourier Series and Integral, Partial Differential equations.
CE 306 Traffic Engineering
Vehicle Speed, Vehicle Headway Distributions, Traffic Volume, Fundamental Relationships between Speed-Flow and Density, Capacity and Level of Service of Two-Line Highways, Intersections Design, Intersection Control, Car Parking, Road User Safely.
CE 307 Engineering Management and Engineering Economy
Introduction to Science of Economy, Economies for Organization, Costs, Incomes, Slope and Elasticity of Economical Function, Interest and Interest’s Rules, Depreciation, Alternatives, Economical Studies, Using of Statistical Methods in Engineering Economy.
Definition, Management Duties during Construction of Project, Requirements of Successful Project Planning, Project Planning Methods (Bar-Chart, Net-Work Analysis and Grid Methods) Crash Program Updating the Plan, Resources Allocation.
CE 308 Computer Applications in Civil Engineering
Introduction, Analysis of 2D Frames, Analysis of 2D Trusses, Analysis of Space Frames, Analysis of Space Trusses, Design of R.C. Frames (According to ACI Code), Design of Steel Frames (According to AISC), Analysis & Design of Structures subjected to Lateral & Environmental Loadings (Wind & Earthquake Loadings).
CE 309 Numerical Methods
Approximations and Errors, Solution of Nonlinear Equations (Roots of Equations), System of Linear equations, Curve Fitting (Interpolation and Least Squares Regression), Numerical Integration, Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations, The Finite-Difference Method for Boundary-Value Problems, Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations.
2-4) FOURTH YEAR
CE 401 Steel Design
Introduction, Tension Member, Compression Member, Design of Trusses, Flexural Members, Plate Girders and Box Girders, Members Under Biaxial Bending, Connections (Riveted, Bolted and welded)
CE 402 Foundation Design
Site Investigation, Lateral Earth Pressure, slope Stability, Bearing capacity of Soil, Settlement, Foundation Design, Piles.
CE 403 Transportation Engineering
Functional Classification of Highways, Location, Surveys, Earthwork Quantities, Design Control and Criteria, Elements of Geometric Design, Cross-Section Elements, Intersections, Interchanges, Traffic Signals, Highway Paving Materials, Flexible Pavement Design, Rigid Pavement.
CE 404 Sanitary and Environmental Engineering
Water Treatment (Sedimentation, Coagulation Flocculation, Filtration and Disinfection), Special Treatment, Pipes, Distribution Systems, Runoff Discharge, Sewer Pipes, Sewer System, Waste Water Characteristics, Waste Water Treatment, River Pollution.
CE 405 Constructional Methods and Quantity Surveying
Construction Process, Project Realization, Construction Process Parties, Project management, Role of Engineer and Contract, Planning Techniques(Networks, Line of Balance), Resource Allocation, Types of Equipments, Plant Management, Earthworks, Concrete Industry, Precast Construction, Approximate Estimation, Detailed estimation, Pricing, Technical Specifications, Term Project, Concrete Forms, Contract Documents.
CE 406 Reinforced Concrete Design
Two-Way Slabs, Direct Design Method, Equivalent Frame Method, Flat Slabs and flat Plates, Deflection of Two-way Slabs, Yield Line theory, pre-stressed concrete, Design of stairs.
CE 409 Hydrology
Hydraulic Cycle, Weather and Hydrology, Precipitation, Evaporation, Groundwater, Wells, Discharge Determination, Flood Waves.
CE 410 Selective Topics
Hydraulic Structures, Rectangular Reinforces Concrete tanks, Circular Reinforces Concrete tanks, Beam on Elastic Foundation, Bridges, Barrages.