FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 479
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ENGR 107 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
FACULTY COURSE MECHANICS I
Courses in General Engineering (Formerly ME 107 since 2005)
Course code ENGR (259) Pre: MATH 103 or MATH 161
ENGR 100 ORIENTATION 1(1/1-0/0) Principle of statics. Force systems. Free body diagram.
TO ENGINEERING PROFESSION Equilibrium. Simple structures. Distributed forces. Friction.
Pre: None Principle of virtual work. Moment of inertia of Area..
Nature of various engineering professions; engineering ENGR 200 INTRODUCTION TO 2(1/1-1/2)
methodology; engineers and the law; copyrights and patents; COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING
engineering codes of ethics and discipline; engineering Pre: ME 104
Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting. Applications of
ENGR 101 INTRODUCTION TO 1(1/1-0/0) Computer-Aided Drafting to Engineering Drawing.
(Formerly IE 100 since 2005) ENGR 201 COMPUTER 3(2/2-1/3)
Pre: None PROGRAMMING FOR
(Formerly CPE 281 since 2005)
Accident Causes and prevention, fire and electrical hazardous, Pre: None
occupational diseases and safety law.
Introduction to computers for engineers. Principles of
ENGR 102 INTRODUCTION TO 1(1/1-0/0) computer hardware and software. Computer components.
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Computer systems. Engineering problem solving concepts and
(Formerly ENV 100 since 2005) planning. Engineering problem solving by using computers.
Pre: None Principles of engineering problem solving software design and
development. Principles of high-level computer programming
Basic knowledge of environmental management issues such languages. Computer programming language selection for
as ecology, population studies, land uses, forest and wildlife engineering applications. Introduction to software for
engineering problem solving.
resources, water resources, water pollution and water quality,
solid and hazardous wastes, air pollution and noise,
ENGR 203 ENGINEERING 2(2/2-0/0)
environmental law and international standards. MECHANICS II
(Formerly ME 203 since 2005)
ENGR 103 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: ME 107 or ENGR 107
(Formerly IE 103 since 2005) Review of force systems. Kinematics of particles; rectilinear
Pre: None motion, curvilinear motion. Kinetics of particles. Kinematics
and kinetics of rigid bodies.
Background and classification of engineering materials:
metals, plastics, ceramic, asphalt, wood and concrete. ENGR 300 ENGINEERING 3(0/0-3/P)
Production processes for product using engineering materials. TRAINING
Macro and microstructures of engineering materials. Pre: Approval by the training
Imperfections in solids; Phase equilibrium. Properties of committee
material. Mechanical testing. Hardening and heat treatment
processes. Corrosion reactions and corrosion control. Training in engineering with consulting engineer(s) or
industry or equivalent job under supervision of engineer(s) or
ENGR 104 ENGINEERING DRAWING 3(2/2-1/3) trainer(s) and/or instructor(s); training report is needed to be
(Formerly ME 104 since 2005) approved by the training committee.
Engineering drawing; use of instrumentations and engineering DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
lettering; applied geometry; theory of projection drawing and Courses in Civil Engineering
drawing theory; dimensioning and specifications; section and Course code CE (251)
conventional drawings; auxiliary drawing; pictorial drawings;
sketch drawing; working drawing; basic descriptive geometry; CE 211 STRENGTH OF 3(3/3-0/0)
analysis and solving problems of points, lines and planes and MATERIALS I
their engineering application; intersection and development; Pre: ME 107
vector geometry; solving of mining and topographic
problems; introduction to computer-aided drafting. Simple stresses and strains. Stress-strain relation. Combined
stresses. Principal stresses. Mohr’s circle. Torsion of cylinders
ENGR 106 WORKSHOP 1(0/0-1/3) and thin-walled members. Shear force and bending moment in
TECHNOLOGY beams. Shearing stresses and flexural stresses in beams.
(Formerly ME 106 since 2005) Deflection of beam by double integration method. Bucking of
Pre: None columns. Failure criteria.
CE 212 STRENGTH OF 3(3/3-0/0)
Practice in using various kind of tools and machines in
machine shop; wood-work shop; welding shop; heat treating Pre: CE 211
techniques; and uses of measuring equipment. Deflection of determinate beams; buckling of columns;
composite beams; riveted and welded connections;
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unsymmetrical bending; shear flow and shear center; inelastic
action. Theory and design of reinforced concrete beams, slabs,
columns, and footings; reinforcement detailing; design of
CE 213 THEORY OF 3(3/3-0/0) reinforced concrete building.
Pre: CE 211
CE 331 FUNDAMENTALS OF 2(2/2-0/0)
Analysis of determinate structures; stability and determinacy TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING
of structures; shear and bending moment diagrams; analysis Pre: STAT 263
of simple trusses and compound trusses; influence lines for
determinate beams and trusses; deflections of determinate Role of transportation in society; engineer's role in planning,
frames and trusses; continuous beams and restrained beams. design, and operation of transportation system; general
characteristics of transportation systems; vehicle's motion,
CE 214 STRENGTH OF 2(2/2 - 0/0)
MATERIALS II flow, and capacity; terminals; planning and design concepts
Pre: CE 211 for land, air, and water transportation facilities.
Beam deflection by moment area method, conjugate beam CE 332 TRANSPORTATION 3(3/3-0/0)
method, and superposition method; composites and ENGINEERING
fundamentals of reinforced concrete beams; thermal stresses; Pre: Concurrent to CE 341
fatigue and stress concentration; impact or dynamic loading;
unsymmetrical bending; inelastic action. Components and characteristics of transportation systems;
regional and urban transportation planning; multimodal
CE 241 ENGINEERING 4(3/3-1/3) transportation planning in a region; layout and design of land
SURVEY I and air transportation with some attention to waterways and
(Formerly name: ENGINEERING
Pre: MATH 162
CE 341 ENGINEERING 4(3/3-1/3)
General principles of surveying work. Errors. Distance SURVEY II
measurements. Leveling. Angle and direction measurements. (Formerly name: CONSTRUCTION
Traverse. Plane coordinate system. Triangulation. Area and SURVEY)
volume. Pre: CE 241
CE 261 HYDRAULICS 3(3/3-0/0) Precise measurement. Topographic survey. Route survey.
Pre: ME 203 Introduction to geodesy. Map projection. Principle of satellite
survey. Two weeks of field practice at surveying camp at the
Fluid properties; hydrostatics; basic concepts of fluid flow; end of semester.
forces developed by moving fluid; flow in pipes; flow in open
channels; fluid measurements; dimensional analysis and CE 361 HYDRAULICS 1(0/0-1/3)
hydraulic similitude. LABORATORY
Pre: CE 261
CE 281 ELEMENTARY 3(2/2-1/3)
SURVEY FOR NON-CIVIL Laboratory practice and demonstration in hydraulic
engineering; measurement of fluid properties; center of
Pre: For Non-Civil Engineering
Majors pressure and fluid subjected to acceleration; flow through
orifices and weirs; flow through pipe lines; flow in an open
Introduction to surveying; measurement of distance; chain channel; surge tank; wind tunnel; centrifugal pump and
surveying; leveling; measurement of angle; traversing; area impulse momentum relationship; demonstration on selected
and volume computation; topographic surveying; application topics.
of surveying to non-engineering field.
CE 362 ENGINEERING 2(2/2-0/0)
CE 311 STRUCTURAL 3(2/2-1/3) HYDROLOGY
MATERIALS AND TESTING Pre: CE 261
Pre: CE 211
Hydrologic cycle; hydrometeorology; origin and analysis of
Concrete technology; materials for concrete; proportioning precipitation; evaporation and transpiration; infiltration and
and mixing concrete; properties of concrete; mechanical loss rate; streamflow measurements; hydrograph; derivation
properties of reinforcing steel and structural steel sections; and application of unit hydrograph; synthetic unit hydrograph.
mechanical properties of timber; materials testing.
CE 363 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
CE 312 STRUCTURAL 3(3/3-0/0)
(Formerly name: STRUCTURAL Pre: STAT 263 and CE 261
Pre: CE 213 Hydrologic cycle; hydrometeorology; origin and analysis of
precipitation; evaporation and transpiration; infiltration and
Basic concepts in the analysis of statically indeterminate loss rate; streamflow measurements; streamflow hydrograph;
structures; force method; displacement method; moment flood routing; flood frequency analysis; groundwater
distribution method; influence lines for indeterminate hydrology.
structures; introduction to plastic analysis. CE 371 SOIL MECHANICS 3(3/3-0/0)
CE 313 REINFORCED 4(3/3-1/P) Pre: GEOL 275 and CE 211
CONCRETE DESIGN and concurrent to CE 372
Pre: CE 311 and CE 312
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 481
Formation of soil. Physical properties of soils. Engineering Pre: CE 312
soil classification. Permeability of soils. Stress distribution in
soil mass. Consolidation theory and settlement analysis. Introduction to computer systems and programming technique
Stress-strain and shear strength of soils. Bearing capacity in structural engineering; solution of flexibility and stiffness
theory. Soil compaction. methods; matrix analysis of trusses, frames and arches;
analysis of large systems; finite difference and its applications.
CE 372 ENGINEERING 1(0/0-1/3)
SOIL TESTS CE 422 TIMBER AND STEEL 4(3/3-1/P)
Pre: CE 371 or at least concurrence DESIGN
Pre: CE 212 or CE 214
Field testings and laboratory experiments in soil mechanics; and CE 312
standard tests to determine various engineering properties of
soils; uses of equipments; report writing, analysis, and Design of timber and steel structures; design of flexural
discussion of test results. members, axially loaded members. Beam-columns and
CE 381 MATERIALS TESTING 1(0/0-1/3)
Pre: ME 211 or ME 212 or ME 214 CE 429 SELECTED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
Testing of engineering materials such as cast iron, steel, Pre: CE 313; and CE 419 or CE 422
timber, brick, etc., standard methods of testing; uses of testing
equipment. Selected topics in structural engineering which are of current
interest in this field. Special problems or topics are to be
CE 382 MINE SURVEYING 4(3/3-1/3) presented and discussed. The content of the course will be
Pre: CE 241 proposed by the Structural Engineering Division and
approved by the Department of Civil Engineering and will be
announced prior to the commencement of each semester.
Topographic surveying; areas and volumes; determination of
true meridian and transfer or the meridian underground;
CE 431 HIGHWAY 3(3/3-0/0)
surface and underground traversing and detailing; map
Pre: CE 332 and CE 341 and CE 371
CE 383 SURVEYING FOR 2(1/1-1/3) Highway system and network; forecast of traffic volume for
MINING ENGINEERING highway and urban transportation planning; highway project
STUDENTS evaluation; basic traffic characteristics for highway design;
Pre: CE 241 capacity and geometric design of open highway and
intersection; highway traffic control techniques; highway
Topographic surveying and mapping; route surveying, lighting; surface and subsurface drainage for highway; types,
underground mine surveying and satellite surveying. properties, and specification for highway materials; design of
flexible and rigid pavement; highway construction,
CE 412 BRIDGE DESIGN 3(2/2-1/P) maintenance, and rehabilitation.
Pre: CE 313
CE 432 HIGHWAY 1(0/0-1/3)
Design of simply supported bridges in reinforced concrete, ENGINEERING LABORATORY
steel, prestressed concrete; arch bridges; statistically Pre: CE 372 and at least concurrent to
indeterminate bridges; ultimate load method. CE 431 or CE 433
CE 417 BUILDING DESIGN 3(2/2-1/P) Laboratory tests of road building materials; origins, physical,
Pre: CE 313 and mechanical properties of soil, aggregate, and bituminous
materials; standard specifications and methods of testing;
Architectural and engineering approach to design of types of surfacing materials and design methods; stabilization
reinforced concrete structures of various types. for highway engineering purposes.
CE 418 PRESTRESSED 3(2/2-1/P) CE 433 HIGHWAY 3(2/2-1P)
CONCRETE DESIGN ENGINEERING
Pre: CE 313 Pre: CE 341 and CE 371
Historical development; materials and methods of Highway system and organization; principles of highway
prestressing; losses of prestress; elastic analysis and design; planning and economics; traffic characteristics; geometric
flexural and shear capacities of prestressed elements; bond design, operation and drainage design; design of flexible and
and anchorage; special topics. rigid pavement; highway construction and maintenance.
Application of knowledge to the analysis and design of
CE 419 STEEL AND TIMBER 3(2/2-1/P) highway engineering problems.
DESIGN CE 436 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: CE 212 and CE 312 TRANSPORTATION
Design of timber and steel structures; design of beams, ENGINEERING
girders, columns, beam-columns;members and connections of Pre: Fourth year standing and
trusses in buildings and bridges. consent of the instructor
CE 421 MATRIX ANALYSIS 3(3/3-0/0) Transportation and socioeconomic development;
OF STRUCTURES transportation and land use; modes of transportation:
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transportation by railway, highway, air, and waterway with CE 461 HYDRAULIC 3(3/3-0/0)
some attention to pipelines and conveyors; planning and ENGINEERING
design concept of facilities for railway, air, and waterway Pre: CE 362 or CE 363
Planning for development of water resources; role of
CE 437 FUNDAMENTALS OF 3(2/2-1/3) hydrology, hydraulics and economy in water resource
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING engineering; reservoir capacity; dams and related structures;
Pre: Fourth year standing open channels design; analysis and design of pipe lines;
hydraulic machines; sediment transport and resulting problem
Nature of highway traffic; basic traffic flow theory; field of reservoir sedimentation; hydraulic model; drainage; and
studies and analysis of field survey data; methods and unsteady flow problems.
equipment used in operation, regulation, and control traffic,
traffic lighting; some attention to environmental CE 465 SELECTED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
considerations in traffic engineering. WATER RESOURCES
CE 439 SELECTED TOPICS 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: CE 461
Selected topics in water resources engineering which are of
current interest in this field. Special problems or topics are to
Pre: CE 431 or CE 433
be presented and discussed. The content of the course will be
proposed by the Water Resources Engineering Division and
Selected topics in transportation engineering which are of approved by the Department of Civil Engineering and will be
current interest in this field. Special problems or topics are to announced prior to the commencement of each semester.
be presented and discussed. The content of the course will be
proposed by the Transportation Engineering Division and CE 466 IRRIGATION 3(3/3-0/0)
approved by the Department of Civil Engineering and will be Pre: CE 362 or CE 363
announced prior to the commencement of each semester.
Irrigation need and benefits; irrigation and drainage; field
CE 441 ELEMENTARY 3(2/2-1/3) management of irrigation; surface irrigation; subsurface
PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND irrigation; overhead irrigation; trickle or drip irrigation;
REMOTE SENSING surface and sprinkler field system design; canals and canal
Pre: CE 241 or CE 281 structures; irrigation development problems.
Introduction; aerial photography; stereoscopic plotting CE 467 DRAINAGE 3(3/3-0/0)
instrument and orientation; aerial triangulation; remote Pre: CE 362 or CE 363
The measurement and manipulation of drainage data; theory
CE 451 CONSTRUCTION 3(3/3-0/0) of surface drainage; design of surface drainage; theory of
TECHNIQUES AND subsurface drainage; design of subsurface drainage; drainage
MANAGEMENT system layouts; manipulation of field system design; drainage
Pre: CE 313; and at least development problems.
concurrent to CE 431 or CE 433
CE 471 APPLIED SOIL 3(2/2-1/P)
Introduction to the application of scientific principles to the MECHANICS
planning of construction; principles of construction (Formerly name: FOUNDATION
management; construction technology. ENGINEERING)
Pre: CE 371 and CE 372
CE 452 CONSTRUCTION 3(3/3-0/0)
ESTIMATION AND Engineering properties of soil as foundation material. Soil
SPECTFICATION exploration and interpretation. Analysis and design of shallow
Pre: CE 313, and CE 419 or CE 422, and deep foundations. Lateral earth pressure. Earth retaining
and CE 431 or CE 433 structures. Slope stability analysis.
CE 476 ADVANCED SOIL 3(3/3-0/0)
Basic concepts of estimations; construction contracts;
construction drawings; specification for materials;
Pre: CE 371 and
specification for workmanships; related legal matters in
consent of the instructor
Elastic and plastic equilibrium in soils; review on engineering
CE 456 ARCHITECTURAL 3(3/3-0/0) properties of soils; physical and chemical properties of soils;
CONCEPTS IN BUILDING shear strength behavior of soils; new consolidation theories of
WORKS soils; relation between soil composition and engineering
Pre: Fourth year standing and behavior; ground surface subsidence; numerical methods in
consent of the instructor geotechnical engineering.
Basic concepts in architectural design, architectural and CE 479 SELECTED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
structural drawings, use of CAD, landscape design, GEOTECHNICAL
environmental and safety standards in building works, ENGINEERING
nonstructural materials and specifications, cost estimation,
Pre: CE 471
building plan and control, team work relation, case studies.
Selected topics in geotechnical engineering which are of
current interest in this field. Special problems or topics are to
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 483
be presented and discussed. The content of the course will be measurement at low and high frequencies. Transducers.
proposed by the Geotechnical Engineering Division and Magnetic measurements. Digital techniques in measurements.
approved by the Department of Civil Engineering and will be Noise, signal-to-noise ratio enhancement techniques.
announced prior to the commencement of each semester.
EE 210 BASIC ELECTRICAL 1(0/0–1/3)
CE 491 LOW-COST 3(2/2-1/P) ENGINEERING LABORATORY
INFRASTRUCTURE Pre: None
Pre: Fourth Year Standing Major Only
Basic meter laboratory, cathode ray oscilloscope, basic
network theorem, RLC properties, resonance and Q-factor,
Introduction to the low-income settlements; the problems and power and energy measurements, DC power supply.
needs of infrastructure; The elements of infrastructure; The
planning, design and implementation of low-cost infra- EE 211 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS I 3(3/3-0/0)
structure project. Pre: None
CE 497 PROJECT PLANNING 1(0/0-1/P) Circuit elements. Resistive circuits: Kirchoff’s laws, source
Pre: Consent of the instructor and transformation, node and mesh analysis, superposition
approval from the Department principles, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits,
of Civil Engineering maximum power transfer. DC transient responses: first and
second order circuit analysis. AC sinusoidal steady-state
responses: phasor diagrams, AC analysis, resonance
Investigation and/or studies and/or literature survey for a
phenomena, real and reactive power, power factors. Three-
project topic in civil engineering to be carried out by phase circuits: wye-delta connection, analysis of three-phase
individual student or a group of students under instruction and circuits, two-wattmeter power measurement.
supervision of instructor (s) appointed by the Department of
Civil Engineering. A feasible project proposal will be EE 212 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS II 3(3/3-0/0)
prepared including the literature review of the topic studied Pre: EE 211
and the project work schedule to be carried out in the next
semester. The proposal must be submitted at the end of the Circuit equations: introduction to graph theory, modified
semester to be approved by the Department of Civil nodal analysis, state variables, formulation of state equations.
Engineering. Laplace's transform method of circuit analysis: forced
response and complete response of linear time-invariant
CE 498 CIVIL ENGINEERING 2(0/0-2/6) circuits, convolution, network functions, characteristic roots
and s-plane. Two-port Networks: driving point and transfer
immittance, voltage and current transfer functions, two-port
Pre: CE 497 and approval from the parameters, connection of two-port networks, filters. Network
Department of Civil Engineering theorems: duality, reciprocity, passivity, stability.
Introduction to nonlinear circuit: static and dynamic nonlinear
Detailed investigation, and/or studies, and/or experiment on circuit analysis.
the topic proposed in CE 497 previously approved by the
Department of Civil Engineering will be carried out by the EE 213 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS I 3(3/3-0/0)
same student or group of students under instruction and Pre: None
supervision of the instructor (s) appointed by the Department
of Civil Engineering. A written report must be prepared and Models of Circuit Elements; Definitions and Laws; Signal
submitted at the completion of this course and an oral Waveforms; Methods of Circuit Analysis; Review of Simple
examination will be conducted by a committee appointed by DC Circuit Analysis; Properties of Basic Circuit Elements;
resistor, capacitor, inductor and transformer; Sinusoidal;
the Department of Civil Engineering at the end of the course. Power: effective power, reactive power, apparent power,
complex power, power factor; Equivalent Circuits;
CE 499 CIVIL ENGINEERING 3(0/0-3/9) Transformers as Circuit Elements; 3- Phase System; Rotating
Pre: Consent of the instructor with
approval from the Department EE 214 BASIC ELECTRICAL 1(0/0-1/3)
of Civil Engineering ENGINEERING LABORATORY
Special investigation or studies of any topics of civil
engineering, to be carried out by individual student or a group Laboratory Experiments in Basic Electrical Engineering.
of students under supervision of instructor (s) appointed by
EE 215 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS II 3(3/3-0/0)
the department. A written report must be submitted at
Pre: EE 213
completion of the course and an oral examination will be
Introduction to Graph Theory; Circuit Equation; Network
given by a committee appointed by the department. The Theorems; Duality; Inverse Circuits; 2-port Networks; 2-port
course must be completed within two semesters. Parameters; Forced Response and Complete Response of
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Timeinvariant Linear Circuits; Time Constant; Characteristic
Courses in Electrical Engineering Roots and s-plane; Laplace Transform Method of Circuit
Course Code EE (252) Analysis; Network Function: driving point immitance,
transfer immitance, voltage and current transfer functions.
EE 201 ELECTRICAL 3(3/3–0/0)
MEASUREMENTS AND EE 221 ENERGY CONVERSION 3(3/3-0/0)
INSTRUMENTS AND ELECTROMECHANICAL
Pre: PHYS 106
Pre: EE 213
Units and standard instruments. Shielding. Safety. Precision.
Voltage, current and power measurements. Impedance
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Physical Principles of Electromagnetic and Electromechanical Pre: Concurrent to EE 233
Energy Conversion; Magnetic Circuit; Energy and Coenergy;
Eddy Current and Hysteresis; Basic Concepts of Single Phase Experimental Studies of Electronic Circuits Using Transistor
Transformers; Electromechanical Devices; DC Machines; as well as Other Semiconductor Devices. The Emphasis is
construction, performance and analysis of DC machines, upon Understanding the Circuit Properties and the
control of DC machines. Applications of the Devices, as well as Developing Skill in
EE 222 ELECTROMECHANICAL 1(0/0-1/3)
SYSTEM LABORATORY I
EE 235 ENGINEERING 3(3/3–0/0)
Pre: Concurrent to EE 221
A Laboratory Working on Single Phase Transformer, Pre: EE 232
Electromechanical Devices, and DC Machines: connecting
circuits, testing, measuring and operating; The Number of Current-voltage characteristics of electronic devices. Basic
Experiments to Illustrate the Various Topics in the Course: electronic circuits. Amplifiers. Operational amplifiers and
EE 221 "ENERGY CONVERSION AND ELECTRO- their applications in linear and nonlinear circuits. Oscillators.
MECHANICAL DEVICES I" Power amplifiers. Power supply. Introduction to power
EE 223 ELECTRICAL 3(3/3–0/0)
MACHINES I EE 282 FUNDAMENTALS OF 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: EE 211 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Pre: PHYS 102 or PHYS 106
Energy sources. Magnetic circuits. Principles of Rec: This course is designed to serve
electromagnetic and electromechanical energy conversion. the needs of Engineering students
Energy and co-energy. Principles of rotating machines. DC whose major field is other than
machines. Characteristics, applications and controls of DC Electrical Engineering.
generators and DC motors: starting methods of DC motors,
speed control methods of DC motors. Per-unit systems.
Definitions and Laws; Basic DC and AC Circuit Analysis;
Theory and analysis of single phase transformers.
voltage, current and power; Transformers; Introduction to
EE 231 ELECTRONIC DEVICES 3(3/3-0/0) Electrical Machinery; generator, motors and their uses;
Pre: PHYS 102; or PHYS 106 Concepts of 3-Phase System; Method of Power Transmission;
and PHYS 116 Introduction to Some Basic Electrical Instruments; Basic
Electronic Devices; diode, bipolar transistor, field-effect
Introduction and Historical Background of Electronic transistor, thyristor, operational amplifier.
Devices; Motion of Electron in Vacuum Tube; Solid State
Conduction; Energy Band Theory; Semiconductor; P-N EE 283 BASIC ELECTRICAL 1(0/0-1/3)
Junction; Semiconductor Diode: varicap diode, zener diode, ENGINEERING LABORATORY
tunnel diode, schottky diode, photo diode, solar cell, LED, Pre: Concurrent to EE 282
laser diode; Transistors: BJT, JFET, MOSFET: Thyristor; Rec: This course is designed to serve
Various Optoelectronic Devices; Other Semiconductor the needs of Engineering students
Devices and Their Applications; Introduction to Integrated whose major field is other than
Circuits. Electrical Engineering.
EE 232 ELECTRONIC DEVICES 3(3/3–0/0) Basic Meters; Cathode-Ray Oscilloscope; RLC Properties;
Pre: PHYS 106 Basic Network Theorems; Resonance; Transformer;
Measurement of Electrical Power; Experiments on Some
Energy band theory. Transport phenomena in semiconductor:
Basic Electronic Devices; DC Power Supply.
mobility and conductivity, electrons and holes, generation and
recombination of carrier in semiconductor. Junctions: P-N
junction, M-S junction, biasing, characteristics and operations EE 285 FUNDAMENTALS OF 3(3/3-0/0)
of various types of diodes. Transistors: transistor structure and ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FOR
construction, characteristics, operations and applications of MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
various types of transistors. Thyristors: characteristics and Pre: PHYS 106
operations of various types of thyristors. Definitions and laws. DC circuit analysis. Basic electrical
EE 233 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 3(3/3-0/0) instruments. Basic electronic devices. AC circuit analysis.
AND SYSTEMS I Power transmission and three-phase systems. Principles of
Pre: EE 231 electromechanical energy conversion and transformers.
Principles of DC machines and basic controls. Principles of
Characteristics and Operation of Bipolar Transistor and FET; AC machines and basic controls.
DC Model; Biasing and Stabilization; Hybrid-Pi Model;
Analysis of Amplifier Circuits; Design Considerations for EE 286 FUNDAMENTALS OF 1(0/0-1/3)
Small-signal and Large-signal Amplifiers; Interstage ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
LABORATORY FOR MECHANICAL
Coupling; Classes of Operation; Feedback; Tuned Amplifier
and Oscillator; Switching and Logic Circuits; Operational
Pre: EE 285 or concurrent
Amplifier; Introduction to Digital Electronics.
Introduction to basic electrical engineering laboratory.
EE 234 ELECTRONIC 1(0/0-1/3)
Introduction to electronic devices. Basic meters and
ENGINEERING LABORATORY I oscilloscopes. DC circuit measurements and basic network
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 485
theorems. Transformers and power measurement. Motor EE 315 NETWORK AND 3(3/3-0/0)
controls. SYSTEM ANALYSIS
Pre: EE 215
EE 301 ENGINEERING 3(3/3–0/0)
STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Revision of Graph Theory; Cut-set Concepts; Network Matrix
Pre: MATH 261 in Circuit Analysis; Continuous-time System Analysis:
differential equation method, convolution, impulse response,
Introduction to probability theory. Random variables and state-space equation method; Analog Filter Concepts;
random vectors. Engineering stochastic processes. Samples of Discrete-time System Analysis: difference equation method,
engineering stochastic processes. Detection and estimation in convolution, impulse response, state-space equation method,
engineering stochastic processes. z-transform method; Digital Filter concepts; Fourier Analysis.
EE 302 ORIENTATION TO 3(3/3–0/0) EE 317 SIGNAL ANALYSIS 3(3/3-0/0)
COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE Pre: MATH 363 or EE 215
Pre: CPE 281
Signal classification: continuous-time, discrete-time signal
This course is designed to give students an overview in and noise; analysis of continuous-time signal; analysis of
subjects related to computational intelligence, e.g., neural discrete-time signal; random signal analysis; probability,
networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, evolutional random process, noise; signal processing: filtering, optimal
computation, hybrid algorithms parallel processing, etc. detection; introduction to digital signal processing.
EE 305 ELECTRICAL 3(3/3-0/0) EE 319 LINEAR AND 3(3/3-0/0)
MEASUREMENTS AND NON-LINEAR CIRCUIT
Pre: PHYS 102; or PHYS 106 Pre: EE 215
and PHYS 116
Kirchoff’ s laws; circuit elements (including op-amps); simple
Analogue Measurements: galvanometer dynamics, voltmeters nonlinear circuits; general resistive circuits analysis; general
and ammeters, extension of instrument ranges, ohmmeters and dynamic circuits analysis; linear time-invariant circuits
multimeters, errors of measurement; Measurement of power, analysis; circuit topology and general circuit analysis;
energy, frequency and phase; Potentiometers and Bridges; network functions and stability.
Measurements of resistance, capacitance, and inductance;
Instrument Transformers; Electric Meters and Oscilloscope. EE 320 ELECTRICAL MACHINES 1(0/0-1/3)
Digital Measurements: analogue and digital transducers; LABORATORY
Introduction to Analogue and Digital Converters; Digital Pre: EE 223
Tachometers; Methods of Interfacing Instruments to Digital
Computers. Electrical machine structures and rating. Open circuit
characteristics of DC machines. Separate and shunt DC
EE 311 ELECTROMAGNETIC 3(3/3-0/0) generators. Series and compound DC generators. Shunt DC
FIELDS AND WAVES motors. Series and compound DC motors. Single-phase
Pre: PHYS 102 or PHYS 106 transformers. Three-phase transformers and their winding
connections. Winding factors of AC machines. Synchronous
Vector analysis. Electrostatic field: Coulomb’s law, Gauss’s generators. Synchronous motors. Slip ring induction motors.
law, convection and conduction currents, conductors and Squirrel cage induction motors. Single phase-motors. Motor
dielectrics, capacitance. Magnetostatic field: inductance. controls.
Time-varying field: Maxwell’s equations. Plane wave: wave
equations. Transmission lines. Smith Chart. EE 321 ELECTRICAL 3(3/3–0/0)
EE 313 ELECTROMAGNETIC 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: EE 223
FIELDS AND WAVES I Three-phase transformers and their winding connections. AC
Pre: PHYS 102; or PHYS 106 machine construction. Steady state performance and analysis
and PHYS 116 of induction machines and synchronous machines: starting
Vector Analysis, Coulomb's Low and Electric Field Intensity; methods of induction motors and synchronous motors,
Electric Flux Density, Gauss's Law and Divergence; Energy protections of machines. Basic principles of synchronous
and potential; Conductor, Dielectric and Capacitance; machine transient performance.
Poisson's and Laplace's Equations; Static Magnetic Field;
Magnetic Forces, Materials, and Inductance. EE 323 ENERGY CONVERSION 3(3/3-0/0)
EE 314 ELECTROMAGNETIC 3(3/3-0/0) DEVICES II
FIELDS AND WAVES II Pre: EE 221
Pre: EE 313
Rotating Magnetic Fields; Three Phase Transformers and
Time-varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations; The Uniform Their Connections; Construction of AC Machines; Steady
Plane Wave, Wave Equation; Poynting Vector and Theorem: State Performance and Analysis of Induction Machines and
Guided Wave, Transverse Electric Waves, Transverse Synchronous Machines; Control of AC Machines;
Magnetic Waves: Electromagnetic Theory and Special
Application of Various Types of AC Machines and Fractional
Horse Power AC Motors; Introduction to Transient Analysis
and Performance of AC Machines in Power System.
486 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
EE 324 ELECTROMECHANICAL 1(0/0-1/3) Operation of basic logic circuits. Waveform generating and
SYSTEM LABORATORY II waveshaping. Combinational digital systems. Sequential
Pre: Concurrent to EE 323 digital systems. Interfacing and supporting circuits. Program-
controlled digital systems. Concepts of electronic system
A Laboratory Work on Three Phase Transformers; design.
Electronmechanical Devices and AC Machines to Illustrate
the Various Topics in the course: EE 323 "ENERGY EE 333 ELECTRONIC 3(3/3-0/0)
CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS II
CONVERSION AND ELECTROMECHANICAL
Pre: EE 233
Concept of Systems Design in Electronics; Principles of
EE 325 POWER GENERATION 3(3/3 – 0/0) Analogue Signal Processing; Analogue Signal Processing
TRANSMISSION AND Circuits and Systems; Principles of Digital Processing;
DISTRIBUTION Combinational Digital Systems; Sequential Digital Systems;
Pre: EE 321 or 323 Program-controlled Digital Systems; Interfacing and
Generation of electrical energy. Power stations and load on
power stations. Machine characteristics. Characteristics of EE 334 ELECTRONIC 1(0/0-1/3)
transmission lines. Transmission and distribution networks ENGINEERING LABORATORY II
calculation. Power transformers and regulators. Power factor Pre: Concurrent to EE 333
improvement. System modeling and methods of network
solution. Load flow and load flow control. More Advanced Experimental Studies of Electronic Circuits
on Applications in Analogue and Digital Systems.
EE 326 ELECTRICAL ENERGY 1(0/0-1/3)
LABORATORY EE 341 PRINCIPLES OF 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: EE 325 or Concurrent COMMUNICATIONS
Pre: EE 317
Experiments on Power Station Control; Automatic
History of electrical communications; analog
Synchronization; Generator Power Factor Control; Generator communications; modulation, noise in analog
Active Power Control; Reactive Power Compensation on communications; digital communications: sampling
Inductive Load; Electrical Power and Energy Consumption techniques, introduction to information theory, coding
Measurement; Peak Load Monitoring; Peak Demand Control. techniques, base-band digital communications, band-passed
digital communications; introduction to data communications
EE 327 SOLAR ELECTRICITY 3(3/3-0/0) and communication network; communication media;
Pre: EE 221 or 321 communication system examples.
Solar radiation; Solar cell characteristics; Solar cell modules; EE 342 PRINCIPLES OF 3(3/3–0/0)
Battery technology; Power conditioning and control; Sizing COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
photovoltaic systems; Application of solar electricity; Pre: EE 317 or CPE 371
Photovoltaic impact on environment; Photovoltaics as parts of
hybrid renewable energy systems; Roof-top grid-connected Evolution of communication. Communication systems. Signal
photovoltaic system. and spectrums. Channels and noise. Analog communication.
Digital communication. Transmission media. Examples of
EE 328 SOLAR ELECTRICITY 1(0/0-1/3) communication systems.
EE 351 LINEAR CONTROL 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: EE 327 or Concurrent
Experiments on sun position and solar radiation measurement;
Pre: EE 215
Characterization of solar cell and solar cell modules; Hot spot
Modeling of Linear Physical Systems; Description by
problems; Photovoltaic battery charging system; Photovoltaic
water pumping system; Photovoltaic lighting system; Differential Equations; Analysis of System Behavior by Using
Photovoltaic under concentrated light; Roof-top grid- Laplace and Fourier Transform Method; Consideration of
connected photovoltaic system. Stability of Feedback Systems; System Compensation;
Concepts of States.
EE 330 ELECTRONIC 1(0/0–1/3)
ENGINEERING LABORATORY EE 352 LINEAR CONTROL 1(0/0-1/3)
Pre EE 235 SYSTEM LABORATORY
Pre: EE 334 and concurrent to EE 351
Experimental studies of electronic circuits using transistors
and other semiconductor devices. The emphasis is upon Transient Behavior of Both Open and Closeloop Systems;
understanding circuit properties and the applications of Properties of Feedback and Its Effects on the Response of a
electronic circuits in analog and digital systems, as well as System; Transducers; Non-linear Effect; Proportional;
developing skills in measurement techniques and operations Integral and Derivative Controller.
of measurement instruments.
EE 353 CONTROL SYSTEMS 3(3/3-0/0)
EE 331 DIGITAL ELECTRONIC 3(3/3–0/0) Pre: EE 212
CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS
Pre: EE 232
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 487
System concepts: closed-loop and open-loop control systems. Series Motors; Characteristics of Three-Phase Induction
Mathematical models of physical systems: transfer functions, Motors and Synchronous Motors; Characteristics of Three-
signal flow graphs. System stability. Time-domain analysis Phase Alternators; Control; Control Devices and Control
and design of control systems: time response specifications. Circuits of Single-Phase and Three-Phase Moters.
Root-locus analysis. Frequency-domain analysis and design of
control systems: Bode diagram, Nyquist diagram. System EE 388 DIGITAL CIRCUITS 3(3/3-0/0)
compensation. AND DEVICES
Pre: EE 282
EE 361 DIGITAL COMPUTER 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: CS 210 and EE 333 Introduction to principles of logic; differences between analog
and digital circuits; circuit analysis and design; binary data
Computer Architecture; Computer Organization; Instruction processing circuits; numbers vice versa conversion circuits;
Codes; Machine and Assembly Languages; Memory and TTL; CMOS; Flip-Flop, clock and timer circuits; shift
Mass-Memory Devices; Addressing Mode; Input/Output registers and counters; memories; D/A and A/D conversions.
Interfacing Techniques; Peripheral Devices; Introduction to
Operating Systems; System Software: assemblers, macro- EE 389 ELECTRICITY FOR 3(3/3-0/0)
assembler, high-level language.
Pre: PHYS 102; or PHYS 106
and PHYS 116
EE 362 COMPUTER 1(0/0-1/3)
Basic electricity; Electrical devices and machines; Electrical
Pre: Concurrent to EE 361 wires and writing; Over current protection and devices; Motor
circuits; Electrical system diagrams.
Digital Computer Hardware and Related Software:
processor's instruction codes, assembly programming, EE 390 PROJECT PREPARATION 1(0/0-1/3)
memory addressing techniques, input/output interfacing Pre: Third year standing and
techniques; Operating System; Programming in Macro- consent of the instructor
assembly Language and High-level Language.
Project topic study and investigation, literature reviews,
EE 363 MICROPROCESSORS 3(3/3-0/0) preparation of project’s proposal, proposal submission and
Pre: EE 331 or 333 oral presentation.
Number systems and binary arithmatics; microprocessor EE 400 ELECTRICAL 3(0/0-3/P)
systems; microprocessor architecture; instruction sets and ENGINEERING TRAINING
assembly language programming; system development tools; Pre: Approval by the department
peripheral and supporting devices; interfacing circuits;
operating systems and software engineering. Training in electrical engineering with consulting engineer(s)
or industry or equivalent job under supervision of engineer(s)
EE 364 MICROPROCESSOR 1(0/0-1/3) or trainer(s) and/or instructor(s); a training report is required
LABORATORY to be approved by the training committee.
Pre: EE 363 or Concurrent
EE 401 OPTICAL 3(3/3-0/0)
Experiments on microprocessor systems, especially in COMMUNICATION
hardware and software designs and applications. Pre: EE 311 or 314
EE 386 DC AND AC ELECTRIC 3(3/3-0/0) Cylindrical dielectric waveguide and propagating conditions.
MACHINERY Optical cable types. Link budget and evaluation. Optical
Pre: EE 282 transmission parameters. Laser principles. Laser modulation
Rec: This course is designed to serve techniques by feeding baseband IF or RF. Optical detections.
the needs of Engineering students Regenerative repeater. Application of optical components:
whose major field is other than optical divider and combiner, coupler, and lens. Optical fiber
Electrical Engineering. production and process.
Principles of Electromechanical Energy Conversion; EE 402 DATA COMMUNICATIONS 3(3/3-0/0)
Principles of DC Machines; performance and Control of DC
Pre: EE 342
Generators and DC Motors; Revolving Magnetic Fields;
Principles of AC Machines; Performance and Control of AC Introduction to data communications and networks. Layered
Generators and AC Motors; Fractional Horse-Power AC network architecture. Point-to-point protocols and links.
Motors; Methods of Starting AC Motors; Energy Delay models in data networks. Multi-access communication.
Consumption of Electric Machines. Routing in data networks. Data flow controls.
EE 387 ELECTRIC 1(0/0-1/3) EE 403 COMMUNICATION 3(3/3-0/0)
MACHINERY LABORATORY NETWORK AND TRANSMISSION
Pre: Concurrent to EE 386 LINES
Rec: This course is designed to serve Pre: EE 342
the needs of Engineering students
whose major field is other than Network theorems. Analysis and design of equivalent one-
Electrical Engineering. port and two-port. Series and parallel resonance. Multiple
resonances. Wave filters. Impedance transformation and
Characteristics of DC Generators and DC Motors; matching networks. Network approach to theories of
Characteristics of Single-Phase Induction Motors and AC
488 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
transmission lines. Telephone lines. Utilization of EE 423 ELECTRICAL POWER 3(3/3-0/0)
transmission lines for impedance matching. SYSTEM ANALYSIS
(Formerly name: POWER
EE 404 DIGITAL 3(3/3-0/0) SYSTEMS ENGINEERING)
COMMUNICATION Pre: EE 325
Pre: EE 342
Symmetrical component. Symmetrical short circuit analysis.
Sampling theorems. Random and nonrandom signals. Unsymmetrical short circuit analysis. Power system
Lowpass random signal. Quantization. Source coding: PCM, protection: grounding, insulation coordination. Power system
DM, etc. Baseband digital systems. Bandpass digital systems: transient stability. Economic operation of power system.
ASK, PSK, FSK. Channel coding methods. Transmission and
synchronization. EE 424 ADVANCED 3(3/3-0/0)
EE 409 ADVANCED TOPICS IN 3(3/3–0/0) Pre: EE 321
ENGINEERING Special Purpose Motors: Stepper motor, two-phase motor,
Pre: 4th year standing and consent of
brushless DC motor etc.; Transient and Dynamic of Electrical
Machines; Control of Electrical Drive Systems; Principle of
Advanced topics in general electrical engineering that are of Field Orientation and High Performance AC Motor Drive;
current interest in this field. Special problems and/or Generalised Electrical Machine Theory and application.
advanced topics are to be presented and discussed. The
contents of the course are to be proposed by the instructor(s), EE 425 DC POWER 3(3/3-0/0)
approved by the department of electrical engineering and then TRANSMISSION
announced prior to the commencement of each semester. Pre: EE 325
EE 412 NETWORK SYNTHESIS 3(3/3-0/0) General Aspects of DC Transmission and Its Comparison
Pre: EE 212 or EE 215 with AC Transmission; Principal Application of DC
Transmission; Converter Circuits Control and Protection;
Modern Network Synthesis; Condition for the Reliability of Harmonics and Trouble Ground Return.
Driving Point and Transfer Functions; Synthesis of One and
Two Port Network; Approximation Theory. EE 426 POWER SYSTEM 3(3/3-0/0)
EE 413 DIGITAL SIGNAL 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: EE 325
Pre: EE 315 or EE 317 Transient Stability; Acceleration Equations; Stability Criteria;
Two Machine and Multi-machine Problem; Method of
Introduction to Digital Signal Processing; Discrete-time Improving Stability.
description of signals & systems; Transformation methods of
discrete-time signal; Digital filter structures and design; EE 427 POWER SYSTEM 3(3/3-0/0)
Digital Signal Processors. RELAYING
Pre: EE 325
EE 420 HIGH VOLTAGE 1(0/0-1/3)
ENGINEERING LABORATORY Power system protection, causes and statistics of faults, short
Pre: EE 428 or concurrent circuit current calculations, role of protective relays.
Fundamental of protective relays, protective relay
Experiments on high voltage engineering and overvoltages in requirements, relay structures and characteristics.
electric power system : Introduction to safety in high voltage Transmission line protection, over current and earth fault
operations, Generation and measurement of high voltage, protection, differential protection, pilot relays and distance
Electric field and insulation techniques, Breakdown relays. Transformer protection. Capacitor and reactor
characteristics of gas, liquid and solid dielectrics, Test of high protection. Generator protection. Bus-zone protection. Motor
voltage material and equipment, Overvoltages in electric protection.
EE 428 HIGH VOLTAGE 3(3/3-0/0)
EE 421 POWER PLANT AND 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: EE 325 Pre: EE 311 or EE 314
Energy conversion systems. Load calculation: load curve, Generation and utilization of high voltage. High voltage
load duration and load factors. Energy resources. Hydro measurement techniques. Electric field and insulation
power plants. Steam power plants. Combined cycle power techniques. Ionization and decay processes. Breakdown of
plants. Gas turbine power plants. Diesel power plants. gas, liquid and solid dielectrics. Test of high voltage materials
Nuclear power plants. Economic operation of power plants. and equipments. Lightning and switching overvoltages.
Substations. Lightning protection.
EE 422 ILLUMINATION 3(3/3-0/0) EE 429 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: EE 212 or EE 215 Pre: EE 323 or EE 321
Physics of Illumination , Properties of Light Sources; Light Basic design concepts. Power distribution schemes. Codes and
Control and Lumi-naire Design; Properties of Reflecting standards for electrical installation. Electrical drawing, single
Surfaces; Room Geometry; Lighting Calculations for Interior
line diagram and riser diagram. Load estimation. Lighting and
and Exterior Applications.
wiring design. Grounding. Short-circuit calculation and
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 489
coordination of protective devices. Power factor improvement. EE 443 ANTENNA THEORY 3(3/3-0/0)
Emergency power system. Pre: EE 311 or EE 314
EE 433 PULSE, DIGITAL AND 3(3/3-0/0) Basic definitions and theorems. Formulation of the radiation
SWITCHING CIRCUITS problems. Isotropic point source. Antenna parameters: power
Pre: EE 331 and field patterns, directivity and gain, radiation impedance,
wave polarization. Radiation from current elements.
Linear Wave Shaping; Wideband Amplifiers; Switching Radiation properties of linear wire antenna. Linear array
Characteristics of Electronic Devices; Clipping and antenna, Yagi-Uda antenna. Log-periodic antenna, aperture
Comparator Circuits; Multivibrators; Waveform Generators; antenna, reflector antenna. Antenna measurements.
Sampling Gates; Counting and Timing; synchronization and
Frequency Division. EE 444 MICROWAVE 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: EE 311 or EE 314
EE 435 POWER ELECTRONICS 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: EE 212 or EE 215 Maxwell's equations and boundary conditions. General
solution for TEM, TE and TM waves. Transmission line
theory. Smith chart and impedance matching. Microwave
Characteristics of power electronics devices: power diode,
transmission line and waveguides. Microwave resonators and
SCR, GTO, power bipolar, power MOSFET, IGBT.
filters. Microwave network analysis: S-parameter, ABCD-
Characteristics of magnetic material: power transformer core,
parameter, Power divider and directional couplers.
ferrite core, iron powder core. Converters: ac to dc converter,
Microwave measurement and applications.
dc to dc converter, cycloconverter, inverter, dc to ac
converters, frequency changer. Solid state motor drive: direct EE 446 INFORMATION 3(3/3-0/0)
current motor control, induction motor control, synchronous THEORY
motor control. Pre: EE 342
EE 439 ADVANCED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0) Application of Combinatorial Analysis to Probability Theory;
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Conditional Probability; Random Variables and Moments;
Pre: Fourth year standing and Derivation of Entropy and Application to Memoryless. Finite
consent of the instructor Channels; Element of Encoding; Continuous Channels
Without Memory; Stochastic Process and Schemes with
Advanced topics in electronic engineering which are of Memory.
current interest in this field. Special problems and/or
advanced topics are to be presented and discussed. The EE 447 COMMUNICATION 3(3/3-0/0)
contents of the course are to be proposed by the instructor(s), ELECTRONICS
approved by the department of electrical engineering and then Pre: EE 331
announced prior to the commencement of each semester.
Review of Small Signal Amplifiers; Network Noise and
EE 440 COMMUNICATION 1(0/0-1/3) Intermodulation Distortion; Frequency Selective Network and
ENGINEERING LABORATORY Transformers; High Frequency Amplifier and Automatic
(Formerly name: COMMUNICATIONS Gain Control; Hybrid and Transmission Line Transformers;
LABORATORY) Oscillators; Phase Locked Loops; Frequency Synthesizers;
Pre: EE 314 or EE 342 Power Amplifiers; Modulators and Demodulators.
Experiments on analog and digital communication systems: EE 448 SATELLITE 3(3/3-0/0)
Introduction to experimental sets, Analog communication COMMUNICATIONS
systems analog modulation and detection techniques, Digital Pre: EE 342
communication systems, coding techniques, digital Introduction to Satellite Communications, Satellite Link
modulation techniques. Models and Link Power Budget Calculations, Various
EE 441 PRINCIPLES OF 3(3/3-0/0) Techniques in Satellite Communications.
Pre: EE 333 or CPE 211 EE 449 ADVANCED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
Introduction and Historical Background: telegraphy, ENGINEERING
telephony, and radio communication; Transmission Line Pre: Fourth year standing and
Theory; Radio Wave Propagation; Various Systems of consent of the instructor
Modulation: sampling system and time multiplexing, pulse
code modulation; Noise in Communication Systems : noise Advanced topics in telecommunication engineering which are
sources, noise factor, and signal to noise ratio. of current interest in this field. Special problems and/or
advanced topics are to be presented and discussed. The
EE 442 RADIO SYSTEMS 3(3/3-0/0) contents of the course are to be proposed by the instructor(s),
Pre: EE 311 or EE 314 approved by the department of electrical engineering and then
announced prior to the commencement of each semester.
Ground wave propagation. Sky wave propagation. Space
wave propagation in the troposphere. Tropospheric scattering EE 450 CONTROL SYSTEM 1(0/0-1/3)
propagation. Ionosphere and wave propagation effects. LABORATORY
Microwave radio relay systems. Satellite and space Pre: EE 353
communication. Radar. Propagation into: seawater,
atmospheric ducts, and nonstandard refraction.
490 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Experiments in linear and nonlinear control systems : open consent of the instructor
loop and closed loop systems behavior. PID controller and
setting recommendations. Discontinuous controls. Advanced topics in electrical material engineering which are
Temperature control systems. Speed and voltage control of current interest in this field. Special problems and/or
systems. Light control systems. Liquid flow and level control advanced topics are to be presented and discussed. The
systems. Fuzzy control systems. contents of the course are to be proposed by the instructor(s),
approved by the Department of Electrical Engineering and
EE 455 MODERN CONTROL 3(3/3-0/0) then announced prior to the commencement of each semester.
Pre: EE 353 EE 483 AUTOMATIC CONTROL 3(2/2-1/3)
Pre: Consent of the instructor
Concepts of State; Analysis and Design of a System by Using Rec: This course is designed to serve
State Variables; Sampled Data Control Systems; the needs of Engineering students
Controllability and Observability; Stability of Continuous- whose major field is other than
Time System and Discrete-Time System; Linear Discrete- Electrical Engineering.
Time Systems; Compensation technique and Optimal Control
System. Introduction to Feedback Control System; Analysis and
Synthesis of Control System Using Bode, Nyquist and Root
EE 459 ADVANCED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0) Locus Methods; Signal Flow Diagram and Mason's
CONTROL SYSTEM Theorem; State Space Concept; Routh Hurwith Method;
ENGINEERING System Components.
Pre: Fourth year standing and
consent of the instructor EE 489 ADVANCED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
Advanced topics in control system engineering which are of ENGINEERING
current interest in this field. Special problems and/or Pre: Fourth year standing and
advanced topics are to be presented and discussed. The consent of the instructor
contents of the course are to be proposed by the instructor(s),
approved by the department of electrical engineering and then Advanced topics in electrical power engineering which are of
announced prior to the commencement of each semester. current interest in this field. Special problems and/or
advanced topics are to be presented and discussed. The
EE 460 MICROPROCESSOR 1(0/0-1/3) contents of the course are to be proposed by the instructor(s),
LABORATORY approved by the department of electrical engineering and then
Pre: EE 363 announced prior to the commencement of each semester.
Experiments in microprocessor systems, especially in EE 490 PROJECT SURVEY 1(0/0-1/P)
hardware and software designs and applications : system Pre: Senior Standing
development tools, addressing mode, assembly language
programming, memory interfacing, parallel I/O interfacing, This is a preparation course for students intending to enroll in
serial I/O interfacing, supporting devices interfacing, real- the course: EE 493 "PROJECT" in the next semester. The
time system design, microprocessor applications, introduction students will carry out literature survey and preliminary
to microcontrollers. studies and/or experiments in order to arrive at a feasible topic
to be pursued as their chosen project. The students are
EE 473 ELECTRICAL 3(3/3-0/0) required to submit a written report outlining the topic they
ENGINEERING MATERIALS have studied and giving details of the work-plan and time-
Pre: EE 232 schedule of the intended project. The report will be evaluated
Terms and Definitions; Revision of Fundamental Concepts in (S or U).
Atomic Theory; Atomic Models and Elements in Periodic
Table; Electron; Free Electron Theory of Metal; Bonds; EE 492 SEMINAR 3(3/3-0/0)
Crystal Structure; Quantum Physics; Thermionic Emission Pre: Consent of the instructor
and Field Emission; Gas Discharge Phenomena; Energy Band
Theory; Solid State Physics; Properties and Applications of Theoretical Studies in Electrical Engineering Under
Electrical Materials; Semiconductors, dielectric and magnetic Supervision of a Faculty Member; A written Report and Oral
materials, conducting and insulating materials; Electrical Presentation.
Materials in Power and Electronic Devices;
Superconductivity; Introduction to MASER and LASER EE 493 PROJECT 3(0/0-3/9)
Pre: EE 390 or EE 490
EE 474 INTRODUCTION 3(3/3-0/0) Special investigation or studies of any topic in electrical
TO CMOS VLSI DESIGN engineering to be carried out by an individual student or a
Pre: EE 232 group of students under supervision of instructor(s). A written
report must be submitted at completion of the course and an
Introduction to CMOS structures used in VLSI and it's design oral examination will be given by a committee.
concepts. EE 495 SPECIAL TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I
EE 479 ADVANCED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: Fourth year standing
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING and consent of the instructor
Pre: Fourth year standing and
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 491
Special topics in electrical engineering profession which are of ENGINEERING
current interest in this field. Special problems and/or topics (Formerly ENV 202)
are to be presented and discussed. The contents of the course Pre: None
are to be proposed by the instructor(s), approved by the
department of electrical engineering and then announced prior Evolution of solid waste management, Generation; Onsite
to the commencement of each semester. handling, storage and processing; Collection; Transfer and
transport; Processing techniques and equipment; Recovery of
EE 496 SPECIAL TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0) resources, conversion products and energy; Disposal of and
solid wastes and residual matter; Hazardous Wastes; Solid
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING II
waste management in Thailand.
Pre: Fourth year standing and
consent of the instructor ENV 213 THEORY OF WATER 2(2/2-0/0)
AND WASTEWATER ANALYSIS
Special topics in electrical engineering profession which are of
(Formerly ENV 203)
current interest in this field. Special problems and/or topics
Pre: CHEM 102
are to be presented and discussed. The contents of the course
are to be proposed by the instructor(s), approved by the Sampling procedures and analytical techniques for the
department of electrical engineering and then announced prior determination of physical, chemical and biological
to the commencement of each semester. characteristics of water and wastewater; interpretation and
application of data for process design and control.
EE 497 SPECIAL TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING III ENV 214 WATER AND 1(0/0-1/3)
Pre: Fourth year standing and WASTEWATER ANALYSIS
consent of the instructor LABORATORY
(Formerly ENV 204)
Special topics in electrical engineering profession which are of Pre: ENV 213 or concurrent to
current interest in this field. Special problems and/or topics ENV 213
are to be presented and discussed. The contents of the course
are to be proposed by the instructor(s), approved by the Determination of physical and chemical characteristics of
department of electrical engineering and then announced prior water and wastewater in laboratory.
to the commencement of each semester.
ENV 215 CHEMISTRY FOR 3(2/2-1/3)
EE 498 SPECIAL TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0) ENVIRONMENTAL
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IV ENGINEERING
Pre: Fourth year standing and Pre: CHEM 104 and CHEM 108
consent of the instructor
Basic concepts of chemistry as related to water and
Special topics in electrical engineering profession which are of wastewater treatment; chemical and physical characteristics of
current interest in this field. Special problems and/or topics water and wastewater in general considerations; sample
are to be presented and discussed. The contents of the course collection and preservation; determination methods of DO,
are to be proposed by the instructor(s), approved by the BOD, COD, solids, nitrogen, etc.; instrumentation for
analysis; interpretation of analysed data to environmental
department of electrical engineering and then announced prior
engineering practice; laboratory practice for water and
to the commencement of each semester.
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
ENGINEERING ENV 300 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0)
Courses in Environmental Engineering ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Course code ENV (253) Pre: None
ENV 100 INTRODUCTION TO 1(1/1-0/0) The important of environment. Industrial-environment
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT relationship. Principle of environmental management.
Pre: None Ecology, Land utilization. Water utilization. Industrial
pollution. Solid waste. Industrial pollution control.
(Transferred to ENGR 102 since 2005)
ENV 301 ENVIRONMENTAL UNIT 3(3/3-0/0)
ENV 201 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0) OPERATIONS
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (Formerly ENV 402)
Pre: None Pre: ENV 203 or ENV 302
Human environment; some elements in ecology; ecological Definition of unit operations in environmental engineering;
approach to environmental problems; socio-economic and sedimentation; mixing and flocculation; filtration; gas transfer
cultural aspects; historical development of sanitary and aeration; absorption; flotation; fundamental of process
engineering; the present and future role of environmental analysis; kinetic of biological treatment.
engineers in Thailand; solid waste technology in developing
ENV 302 WATER AND 3(2/2-1/3)
countries; water supply engineering; water pollution
engineering; environmental engineering unit operations;
treatment of industrial wastes; engineering aspects of air and Pre: CHEM 102
noise pollution control; options; environmental health and Sampling procedures and analytical, techniques for the
sanitation; low-cost technology options; environmental determination of physical, chemical and biological properties
engineering design. of water and wastewater; interpretation and application of
data for process design and control.
ENV 212 SOLID WASTE 3(3/3-0/0)
492 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ENV 310 ENVIRONMENTAL 2(2/2-0/0) sources, air pollution control regulations and standards; air
ENGINEERING UNIT OPERATIONS sampling and analysis; field trips.
ENV 351 APPROPRIATE 3(3/3-0/0)
Fundamental principles of unit operations in environmental TECHNOLOGY
engineering, i.e. gas transfer, coagulation and flocculation, (Formerly ENV 305)
sedimentation, flotation, filtration, adsorption and ion- Pre: Third year standing
Introduction; the philosophy and concepts of AT; water
ENV 311 ENVIRONMENTAL 2(2/2-0/0)
supply problems; energy supply, problems; mechanized
ENGINEERING UNIT PROCESSES
vehicles; rural housing problems; social aspects of AT;
Pre: Third year standing political aspects of AT; environmental aspects of AT;
Fundamentals of process analysis, reactor hydraulic research, and development, transfer-ability.
characteristics, and chemical and biological unit processes in
environmental engineering. ENV 352 TOWN PLANNING I 3(3/3-0/0)
(Formerly ENV 306)
ENV 312 WATER SUPPLY 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: ENV 201 and third year standing
(Formerly ENV 303)
Pre: ENV 310 or ENV 314 Introduction to town planning and regional planning; the
present-day importance of towns; the town in relation to its
Importance of water; nature and sources of water; region; a town planner's approach to his problem; the
development of sources of water; simple water testing; water characteristics of private development; growth and changes in
treatment under rural conditions; pumps, types and principles towns; innal improvements; the planning process; density and
of operation; water system, types and principles of operation; transport; technical aspects of town planning; synthesis of an
typical water system installations; maintenance of water overall the Town Planning Act., B.E. 2518.
systems; prevention of pollution; management of water
ENV 382 WATER SUPPLY AND 3(3/3-0/0)
ENV 314 ENVIRONMENTAL 3(3/3-0/0) SANITARY ENGINEERING
ENGINEERING UNIT OPERATIONS Pre: CE 261
Characteristics of water and wastewater. Water demand.
Fundamental principles on unit operations in environmental Water treatment processes. Pump and pumping station.
engineering, i.e. screening, mixing, coagulation and Design of water treatment plant and distribution system.
flocculation, sedimentation, flotation, filtration, gas transfer Design of collection and drainage systems. Wastewater
and aeration, adsorption, absorption, ion-exchange and treatment processes and design of wastewater treatment plant.
ENV 400 ENVIRONMENTAL 3(0/0-3/P)
ENV 315 ENVIRONMENTAL 3(3/3-0/0)
ENGINEERING UNIT ENGINEERING TRAINING
PROCESSES Pre: Approved by the department
Pre: ENV 215 Training in environmental engineering with consulting
engineer(s) or industry or equivalent job under supervision of
Fundamental of process analysis, hydraulic characteristics of engineer(s) or trainer(s) and/or instructor(s); a training report
reactor (ideal and non-ideal flow), kinetics of biochemical is required to be approved by the training committee.
system, modeling of biochemical reactor, biological nutrient
removal, neutralization, ion precipitation, oxidation-reduction ENV 412 WATER ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
and disinfection. DESIGN
(Formerly ENV 404)
ENV 316 WASTEWATER 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: CE 261 and ENV 312
(Formerly ENV 413) Development of design criteria for urban water sources;
Pre: ENV 315 population estimation; transmission systems; distribution
systems; storage facilities; water treatment systems; design of
Flow Measurement; Wastewater Characteristics; theory of water treatment plant; waterworks management.
physical chemical and biological wastewater treatment.
ENV 414 WASTEWATER 3(3/3-0/0)
ENV 317 LABORATORY SAFETY 1(1/1-0/0) ENGINEERING DESIGN
Pre: None (Formerly ENV 408)
Pre: ENV 316 or ENV 413
Safe use of chemicals in the laboratory; hazards in the
laboratory and prevention; disposal of laboratory waste; first Design of sewers; pumps and pumping stations; design of
aid; principles and use of laboratory instruments. facilities for physical, chemical, and biological treatment of
wastewater and disposal of sludges.
ENV 331 AIR POLLUTION 3(3/3-0/0)
ENV 415 WATER AND 3(3/3-0/0)
(Formerly ENV 308)
Pre: Approved by Department
Pre: ENV 312 and ENV 316
Air pollution problems; air pollutants; photochemical air
pollution; meteorology related to air pollution; plume rise and
dispersion; control technology for mobile and stationary
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 493
Practical day-to-day operational techniques for water and ENV 481 INDUSTRIAL 3(3/3-0/0)
wastewater treatment facilities, maintenance schedule setting, POLLUTION CONTROL
Remedy for troubleshooting, Equipment failure reducing, Pre: Fourth year standing for
Safety practices and cost saving. Science-based students
(for non-majors only)
ENV 416 INDUSTRIAL WATER 3(3/3-0/0)
POLLUTION CONTROL Industrial wastewater characteristics, water quality standards,
Pre: ENV 316 industrial wastewater treatment processes, industrial solid
waste generation: handling: processing and disposal,
hazardous waste management, air pollution, plume rise and
Sources and characteristics of industrial wastewater, effects of dispersion, air quality standards and air pollution control
industrial wastewater on streams, laws and regulations, waste devices.
minimization, degree of treatment required, treatment
technology, case study for major industries. ENV 491 ENVIRONMENTAL 3(0/0-3/9)
ENV 417 BUILDING SANITATION 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: Approved by Department
(Formerly ENV 313)
Pre: Fourth year standing or Special investigation or studies of a topic in environmental
consent of the instructor engineering to be carried out by individual student or a group
of students under the faculty direction.
Fundamentation of building sanitation such as water supply
system, drainage and fire protection system, wastewater
treatment system for building. DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Courses in Mechanical Engineering
ENV 431 DESIGN OF AIR 3(3/3-0/0) Course code ME (254)
DEVICES I ME 101 ENGINEERING 2(1/1-1/P)
Pre: ENV 331
Design of air pollution control devices i.e. settling chambers,
inertial devices, electrostatic precipitators, particulate
Introduction to engineering drawing; use of Instruments and
scrubbers and filters.
engineering lettering; applied geometry; theory of projection
ENV 441 SOLID WASTE 3(3/3-0/0) drawing, orthographic the theory and drawing; dimensioning
MANAGEMENT and specification; section and convention drawings; auxiliary
(Formerly ENV 341) drawing; pictorial drawing: isometric, oblique and
Pre: ENV 215 perspective; sketching drawing; working drawing.
Characteristics of municipal solid wastes, on-site ME 102 ENGINEERING 2(1/1-1/P)
management, collection, transfers and transports, separation DRAWING II
and recycling, composting, incineration and landfill. Pre: ME 101
ENV 442 LANDFILL SYSTEM 3(3/3-0/0) Introduction to descriptive geometry; analysis and special
DESIGN solution related to points, lines, plane and their engineering
Pre: ENV 441 application; Intersection; development; vector geometry;
mining and topographic problems.
Basic understanding of landfill system design and
construction, performance monitoring landfill system ME 104 ENGINEERING DRAWING 3(2/2-1/3)
operation. Pre: None
ENV 443 HAZARDOUS WASTE 3(3/3-0/0) (Transferred to ENGR 104 since 2005)
Pre: Fourth year standing ME 106 WORKSHOP 1(0/0-1/3)
Hazardous waste characteristics, toxicology, fate and Pre: None
transport of contaminants, waste minimisation and resource
recovery, onsite management and transportation of hazardous (Transferred to ENGR 106 since 2005)
waste, treatment processes; physico-chemical, biological,
stabilization and solidification thermal, secure landfill and site ME 107 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
remediation. MECHANICS I
Pre: MATH 103 or MATH 161
ENV 451 ENVIRONMENTAL 3(3/3-0/0)
IMPACT ASSESSMENT (Transferred to ENGR 107 since 2005)
(Formerly ENV 409)
Pre: Fourth year standing ME 181 ENGINEERING 2(1/1-1/P)
Concepts of impact assessment, methodology of
environmental impact assessment; assessments of impact on
physical resources, ecological resources, human use values
and quality of life values, prevention and mitigation
measures, monitoring plan. Lettering, use of instruments, applied geometry, orthographic
projections, dimensioning, section and convention drawings,
isometric and oblique drawings, sketching, working drawings.
494 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ME 231 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
ME 203 ENGINEERING 2(2/2-0/0) THERMODYNAMICS I
MECHANICS II Pre: MATH 162 or MATH 104
Pre: ME 107 or ME 202 and PHYS 106 and PHYS 116
(Transferred to ENGR 203 since 2005) Definitions and basic concepts in thermodynamics;
Thermodynamics properties of a pure substance; Work and
ME 205 MECHANICAL 2(1/1-1/P) heat; Work and heat; The first and second law of
thermodynamics; Entropy; Irreversibility and availability.
Pre: ME 102 or ME 104 or ME 232 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
consent of the instructor THERMODYNAMICS II
Pre: ME 231
Principles of mechanical drawing. Precision and tolerance.
Limits and dimensioning standards. Principles of limits and Analysis of power, refrigeration and air compressor systems;
dimensioning defining. Drawing of thread fasteners, keys, Thermodynamic relations; Gas vapor mixtures; Chemical
rivets, springs, gears, and cams. Piping drawing. Computer- reactions.
aided drawing: parts drawing, assembly, working drawing,
and rendering. ME 251 AUTOMOTIVE 3(2/2-1/3)
ME 206 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: None
(Formerly name: ENGINEERING Basic principles and operation of spark ignition and
DYNAMICS) compression ignition engines; study of various automotive
Pre: ME 107 components and auxiliary systems; training in automotive
work shop such as selection, care, correct use of shop tools
and equipment, engine repair, maintenance and performance
Kinematics and kinetics of particles; kinematics and kinetics
of rigid bodies in plane; mass moment of inertia.
ME 252 AUTOMOTIVE 2(1/1-1/3)
ME 211 MECHANICS OF 3(3/3-0/0) TECHNOLOGY
Pre: ME 107 or ME 202
Stress, strain and torsion in elastic limit; thin walled pressure Basic principles and operation of spark ignition and
vessel; statically indeterminate members; thermal stress; compression ignition engines. Study of various automotive
shear, bending and deflection of beam; beam of two materials; components and auxiliary systems. Training in automotive
column analysis. shop work such as safety, care, correct use of shop tools and
equipment, engine overhaul, maintenance and performance
ME 212 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS 3(3/3-0/0) testing.
Pre: ME 107
Basic stresses and strains; torsion of circular shafts; thin- ME 261 PHYSICAL METALLURGY 3(3/3-0/0)
walled pressure vessels; statically indeterminate problems; Pre: IE 103
thermal stress; bending and deflection of beams; buckling of
long columns; plane stress and strain analysis; combined Basic tools, measurement of metal properties, metal structure,
loads; strain measurement; Castigliano’ s theorem; theories of plastic deformation and recovery, phase diagrams, heat
failure. treatment of steel, alloy steels and cast iron, nonferrous alloys,
metals failure, materials selection and design constructions.
ME 213 MECHINE DESIGN 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 212 ME 282 FUNDAMENTALS OF 3(3/3-0/0)
Principles of machine design; safety factors; various loading; Pre: MATH 162 and PHYS 104
stress concentration; fatigue; analysis and design of simple or PHYS 106
machine elements; design of various machine elements
(screws, fasteners, keys, joints and power screws). Reviews of basic thermodynamics; principles and operation of
various kinds of heat engine and auxiliary equipments;
ME 214 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS 4(4/4-0/0) internal combustion engines and compressors; pulleys, shafts,
Pre: ME 107 gears; principle of refrigeration and air-conditioning;
automotive equipment; basic principles and performance
Basic concept of stresses and strains. Stress-strain diagrams. factors; study of various kinds of mechanical equipment for
Thin-walled pressure vessels. Statically indeterminate engineering construction work.
problems. Thermal stress. Torsion. Bending and deflection of
beams. Buckling of long columns. Plane stress and plane ME 301 MECHANICAL 1(0/0-1/2)
strain analysis. Mohr’s circle. Combined loads. Strain ENGINEERING PROBLEM
measurement. Theories of failure. Energy Approaches. SOLVING USING COMPUTER
ME 222 MECHANICS OF 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: CPE 281
(Formerly ME 321)
Analysis of mechanical engineering problems using numeric
Pre: ME 203 or ME 206
and symbolic computation programs. Programmable logic
Linkages; Cam mechanisms; Gears; Gear trains and Basic controller programming.
ME 312 MECHANICS OF 3(3/3-0/0)
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 495
Pre: ME 211
Fundamental principles of internal combustion engine, design
Two and three dimensional stress-strain relation and strain and applications; thermodynamics of various engine
measurement, Combined loadings. Theories of failure. processes, cycle analysis, gas-analysis, combustion; theories
Castigliano’s theorem. Bending of curved beam. Members and efficiencies of spark ignition, compression ignition and
under impact loads. Introduction to fatique. Contact stresses. gas turbine units; fuels; lubricants pollution controls;
maintenance and performance testing, etc.
ME 322 MECHANICS OF 3(3/3-0/0)
MACHINERY II ME 353 POWER PLANT 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 222 ENGINEERING
Pre: ME 232
Motion and force analysis of machines and mechanisms;
balancing of rotating machines; basic vibration analysis. Load calculation; power plant economics; fuel and
combustion; nuclear energy; steam power plant; internal
ME 323 MACHINE DESIGN I 3(3/3-0/0) combustion engine power plant; gas turbine and hydro-
Pre: ME 312 electric power plants; nuclear power plant; instrumentations
and control; environmental impact.
Fundamental of mechanical design; factor of safety; analysis
and design of simple machines; type of loads; stress ME 361 METALLURGY 3(3/3-0/0)
concentration; design of machine elements: screws, fasteners, Pre: IE 101
keys, joints, springs, shafts, power screws etc.
Metal extractions; solid structures; phases, metalformings;
ME 324 DESIGN OF MACHINE 3(3/3-0/0) principles of hardening; heat treatments; mechanical testing;
ELEMENTS properties, designs and failures of the available commercial
Pre: ME 213 metals.
Design of various machine elements, such as springs, shafts, ME 363 PRODUCTION 3(2/2-1/3)
couplings, bearings, belts, gears, clutches, and brakes. Design TECHNOLOGY
project. Pre: IE 101
ME 325 MACHINE DESIGN I 3(3/3-0/0) Analysis of production processes in common use. Chip-
Pre: ME 214 producing processes. Chipless manufacturing. Special
methods of manufacture. Production of ferrous metals.
Fundamentals of mechanical design, properties of materials, Production of non-ferrous metals. Plastics. Hot working of
theories of failure, impact, fatigue, design of simple machine
metal. Cold working of metal. Press work. Inspection and
elements, rivets, screw fasteners, keys and pins, shafts,
springs, power screws, coupling, etc. design project. testing of components. Assemblies and machine tools.
ME 333 FLUID MECHANICS 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 203 or ME 206 or
consent of the instructor
Properties of fluid; fluid statics; fluid dynamics; laminar and
turbulent flows; compressible and incompressible flows, Euler
and Bernoulli continuity and momentum equations;
Dimensionless analysis and similitude; pipe flow and flow
around immersed objects, basic turbomachinery.
ME 334 HEAT TRANSFER 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 232 and ME 333 or
consent of the instructor
Fundamental laws of heat transfer: conduction, convection
and radiation; simple analysis and application of heat transfer
in conduction, convection, radiation and combined systems;
heat exchangers; boiling and condensation; heat transfer
ME 351 STEAM POWER 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 232
Equipment of a steam power plant; steam engines; steam
turbine; heat transfer; condensers; feed water heater and
evaporator; feed water treatment; fuel and combustion; fuel
burning equipments; steam generating unit; ductwork and
piping; draft system; selection of prime movers and steam
generating equipment; operation, heat balances and
economics of steam power plant.
ME 352 INTERNAL 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 231
496 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ME 371 MECHANICAL 1(0/0-1/3) This subject provides on the job industrial experience in an
ENGINEERING LABORATORY I organization that collaborate with the department. The
Pre: ME 212 or ME 214 and duration will be 2-3 months. The student will learn about
ME 231 problems and possible solutions in that organization and, at
the same time, conduct his/her own project proposal related to
Basic experiments on thermodynamics; fluid and solid the work place under the supervision of job supervisors and
mechanics. academic advisors.
ME 372 INSTRUMENTATION 3(2/2-1/3) ME 399 SPECIAL STUDY FOR 1(0/0-1/3)
Pre: EE 285 PROJECT
Pre: Third year standing
Introduction to engineering units of measurement; basic
engineering instrument. Special study or technical investigation or literature survey
for a topic in mechanical engineering to be carried out by
ME 373 SYSTEM ANALYSIS 3(3/3-0/0) individual student or a group of students under the faculty
AND CONTROL supervision. A proposal for the project topic must be prepared
and well-written, and should be technically and practically
Pre: MATH 362
reasonable. The proposal has to be approved by the
Control principles. Analysis and modeling of linear control
elements. Control system design concepts. Feedback systems.
ME 400 RESEARCH 1(1/1-0/0)
Stability of linear feedback systems, time domain analysis and METHODOLOGY IN
design. Frequency response and frequency domain analysis. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Pre: Concurrent to ME 490
ME 381 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0)
THERMODYNAMICS AND FLUID This course will sufficiently provide the students with a better
MECHANICS understanding of how to conduct an effective research project
Pre: MATH 104 or MATH 112; in mechanical engineering and a successful public
and PHYS 102 or PHYS 106 presentation. The students will be able to acquire adequate
and PHYS 116; or PHYS 104 knowledge to successfully carry out their senior projects.
or PHYS 111
ME 411 ADVANCED 3(3/3-0/0)
Introduction to applied thermodynamics; the first law of MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
thermodynamics; working fluid; reversible and Irreversible Pre: ME 212 or ME 214
processes; the second law of thermodynamics; the heat engine
cycle; steam plant; gas turbines; psychrometry; refrigeration; Review of fundamental theories. Stress and strain; in three
heat transfer; introduction to fluid mechanics; flow of fluid in dimensions. Introduction to elasticity and plasticity.
pipes; pressure drop due to friction in circular pipelines; Application to advanced problems.
ME 412 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0)
ME 382 MECHANICAL 1(0/0-1/3) FIBRE REINFORCED MATERIALS
ENGINEERING LABORATORY Pre: ME 212 or ME 214
Pre: ME 282
Rec: For non-mechanical Introduction, Unidirectional Composites, Laminated
engineering majors Composites, Micromechanics of Composites, Strength of
Fibre Reinforced Materials, Analysis of Composite Structures
Simple experiments on mechanical engineering. and Design of Fibre Reinforced Materials.
ME 383 ENERGY 3(3/3-0/0) ME 413 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0)
CONSERVATION CONTACT MECHANICS
Pre: Third year standing for non Pre: ME 214 and ME 325
ME major student or consent of the instructor
Energy conservation program, boiler and fired systems, steam Mechanical properties of materials. Linear elastic fractures
mechanics. Delayed fracture in brittle solids. Statistics of
and condensate systems, lighting systems, heating-ventilating
brittle fractures. Elastic indentation stress fields. Elastic
and air conditioning systems (HVAC), cogeneration systems
contact. Hertzian fractures. Elastic-plastic indentation stress
and thermal insulation systems.
ME 384 TRANSPORT 3(3/3-0/0)
PHENOMENA ME 421 MECHANICAL 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: MATH 203; for non-majors only VIBRATION
Pre: MATH 355, MATH 362 and
Mechanisms of momentum, energy and mass transport, ME 203 or ME 206
velocity, temperature and concentration distribution in
laminar and turbulent flows, and interphase transport. Definitions; system with one degree of freedom; simple
harmonic motion; torsional vibration; method of equivalent
ME 398 CO-OPERATIVE 3(0/0-3/P) systems by energy method, Rayleigh method; vibration with
EDUCATION I damping; coulomb damping, viscous damping; force
Pre: Department Approval vibration; system having several degree of freedom; dynamic
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 497
INTRODUCTION TO 3 Review of principles and concepts in mechanics of fluid;
(2/2-1/3) advanced theories & applications.
FINITE ELEMENT METHOD ME 434 ADVANCED HEAT 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 212 or ME 214; TRANSFER
and ME 334 Pre: ME 334
Finite element method, interpolation functions, formulation of Advanced theories in conduction, convection and radiation
characteristic element matrices and vectors, Using of heat transfer with applications.
ME 435 COMBUSTION 3(3/3-0/0)
ME 423 FRACTURE MECHANICS 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: ME 232
Pre: ME 212 or ME 214;
and ME 325 Combustion process analysis; flame propagation; chemical
reaction & fuel characteristics; comparison between fuels.
Fracture mechanics; crack analysis; fracture control; fracture
toughness; environment-assisted cracking; cyclic stress and ME 436 TRIBOLOGY 3(3/3-0/0)
strain fatigue; fatigue crack propagation; analyses of Pre: ME 333
Property of lubricants under various conditions, various types
ME 424 MACHINE DESIGN II 3(3/3-0/0)
of bearings, wear characteristics & maintenance process.
Pre: ME 325
ME 437 HEAT PIPE 3(3/3-0/0)
Design of rolling-element bearings. Journal bearings. Spur
gears. Clutches and brakes. Miscellaneous power transmission Pre: ME 334
components. Case studies.
The course consists of the lectures and demonstrations of
ME 425 MODELING OF 3(3/3-0/0) principle of heat pipe and thermosyphon; basic theories;
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS selections of container, porous media (wick), and working
Pre: MATH 362 fluid; fabrication; performance test; applications; and special
types of heat pipe.
System modeling. Modeling of mechanical systems. Dynamic
system analysis. Response of dynamics system. Nonlinear ME 438 COMPUTATIONAL 3(3/3-0/0)
dynamics. FLUID DYNAMICS AND
ME 427 MECHANISM ANALYSIS 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: MATH 355, MATH 362,
AND SYNTHESIS and ME 334
Pre: ME 222
This course is designed to emphasize the essence of the
Mechanism analysis. Centrodes. Curvature. Spherical four- methods by starting from the basic governing equations of
bar mechanism. Boolean algebra. Graph theory. Mechanism fluid dynamics and heat transfers and their corresponding
synthesis. characteristics to involving numerical methods. Relevant case
studies are also well presented.
ME 428 DESIGN OF 3(3/3-0/0)
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS ME 441 REFRIGERATION 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 213 or ME 325; Pre: ME 232 and ME 334
and ME 222
Principle of refrigeration; refrigeration systems; equipments;
Methodology of system design; Design process; Economics in applications.
designing; Drives and Actuators; Application of machinery
and machine elements; Control, sensor and power supply; ME 442 AIR CONDITIONING 3(3/3-0/0)
Engineering documentation; Case studies. Pre: ME 333 and ME 334
ME 429 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0) Nature of air; human comfort; cooling load estimation;
DYNAMICS II applied psychrometrics; air duct design; piping design; air
Pre: ME 206 and MATH 362 conditioning systems; equipment; applications.
Dynamics of rigid bodies. Dynamics of multi-body systems.
ME 443 SOLAR ENERGY 3(3/3-0/0)
Derivation of equations of motion. Dynamic simulations.
Pre: ME 232 and ME 334
ME 431 GAS DYNAMICS 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 232 and ME 333
Nature of solar radiation; solar energy measurements;
Basic concepts of gas dynamics; wave phenomena; subsonic, collections and storages; applications on heating, cooling,
sonic and supersonic flows; related theories of gas dynamics power, and etc.
ME 444 DESIGN OF THERMAL 3(3/3-0/0)
ME 433 ADVANCED 3(3/3-0/0) SYSTEMS
MECHANICS OF FLUIDS Pre: ME 333, MATH 355 and ME 334
Pre: ME 333
498 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
System design; workable and optimum; economics; equation ME 457 ROCKET AND 3(3/3-0/0)
fitting and mathematical modeling; system simulation; PROPULSION ENGINEERING
methods of optimization. Pre: ME 334
ME 445 BASIC AERODYNAMICS 3(3/3-0/0) Rocket engineering and basic propulsion principles. Design,
Pre: ME 232 and ME 333 Specification, and operation of spacecraft systems. Theories
and practical applications from current and past spacecraft
History and development of aircraft; units and dimensions; air and rocket propulsion systems.
flow; aerofoil and highlift devices; aerodynamics force;
aircraft propulsion, flight performance, aircraft stability and ME 461 ROBOTIC 3(3/3-0/0)
control, introduction to compressible. ENGINEERING
Pre: ME 206
ME 446 THERMAL EQUIPMENT 3(3/3-0/0)
IN INDUSTRIES Introduction to history and technology of robots and
manipulators. Industrial robots. Spatial descriptions and
Pre: ME 334
characteristics. Transformations in three-dimension.
Manipulator Forward and Inverse kinematics. Mechanics of
Heat transfer processes. Heat and mass transfer. Selection and robot motion. Trajectory planning. Basic robot controls.
design of heat exchangers; evaporators, condensers and
cooling towers, boilers, refractories and furnaces, drying ME 462 SOFT COMPUTING 3(3/3-0/0)
equipment. Heat losses from insulated piping and jacketing. TECHNIQUES
Pre: MATH 362
ME 451 POWER PLANT 3(3/3-0/0)
ENGINEERING Soft-computing techniques. Neural networks. Fuzzy Systems.
Pre: ME 232 Fuzzy logic. Genetic algorithms.
Load calculation; power plant economics; fuel and ME 463 COMPUTER AIDED 3(2/2-1/2)
combustion; steampower plant; internal combustion engine DESIGN AND COMPUTER
power plant; gas turbine and hydroelectric power plant; AIDED MANUFACTURING FOR
instrumentation and control. MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
Pre: ME 205 and ME 301
ME 452 AUTOMOTIVE 3(3/3-0/0)
ENGINEERING Mathematical representation of curves. Representation of
Pre: ME 251 or AE 211 surfaces and solids. Curve drawing, surfaces, and solid
modeling. Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided
Design, development and testing; application of engineering Manufacturing data exchange. Computer Numerical Controls
principles such as traction; stability and dynamics of part programming and Computer Numerical Controls
automotive vehicles; study of engine; fuel and cooling practice.
systems; wheel geometry and steering system; auxiliary
systems; performance factors. ME 471 MECHANICAL 1(0/0-1/3)
ENGINEERING LABORATORY II
ME 453 GAS TURBINES 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: ME 371 or consent of the
Pre: ME 232 instructor
Principles and performance of gas turbine power plants for Advanced experiments on mechanical; thermal and power
power generation and aircraft propulsion. systems.
ME 454 STEAM POWER PLANT 3(3/3-0/0) ME 472 MEASUREMENT 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 451 SYSTEMS
Pre: ME 372
Steam power plant equipments; steam engines; steam
Study of measurement systems including types of application
turbines; heat transfer; condensors; feed water heater and
of measurement instrumentation; generalized configurations
evaporator; feed water treatment; combustion equipment; and functional descriptions of measuring Instruments; motion
steam generating units; duct work and piping systems; draft; measurement; force, torque, and shaft power measurement;
equipment selection; plant operation; heat balance and plant flow measurement; temperature and heat flux measurement
economics. and case study.
ME 455 NUCLEAR ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0) ME 473 FLUID POWER SYSTEMS 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 232 Pre: ME 333
Review of atomic and nuclear structures, nuclear fission; Introduction; Fundamental fluid mechanics concepts; Fluid
fusion and chain reaction; radiation detection and protection; power source, reservoir and distribution systems; Fluid motors
nuclear heat transfer; components and operation of a nuclear and components; Basic Fluid power circuits; Fluid circuit
reactor. design; Component selection and design; Transmission
ME 456 medium; System maintenance; Automatic Control.
ENERGY CONSERVATION ME 474 INSTRUMENTATION 1(0/0-1/3) 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 334 and EE 285 LABORATORY
Pre: Concurrent to ME 472
Energy promotion and conservation acts; fuel and combustion
processes; boiler, steam and condensate systems; energy Experimental laboratories of measurement systems and
conservation in systems using thermal and electrical energy; instrumentations including temperature, fluid flow, force and
energy auditing techniques. motion, displacement, and gas composition measurement. The
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 499
experimental data analysis and data recording instruments (s) or trainer(s) and/or instructor(s); training report is needed
will be also discussed. to be approved by the department-committee.
ME 476 TURBOMACHINES 3(3/3-0/0) ME 494
Pre: ME 333 SPECIAL TOPIC IN 3
Hydraulic pumps; hydraulic turbines; centrifugal compressors MECHANICAL ENGINEERING I
and fans; axial flow compressors and fans; axial flow steam Pre: Approval by the department
and gas turbines; radial flow gas turbines.
New technologies or existing technologies applied to specific
ME 477 areas. The topic must be approved by the departmental
CONVEYING SYSTEMS 3 committee.
Pre: ME 222 ME 495 SPECIAL TOPIC IN 3(3/3-0/0)
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING II
Theories and techniques for material conveying; principles of Pre: Approval by the department
various types of conveying systems; selection of conveying
system; design of conveying systems. New technologies or existing technologies applied to specific
areas. The topic must be approved by the departmental
ME 478 ENGINEERING PIPING 3(3/3-0/0) committee.
Pre: ME 333 ME 496 SPECIAL TOPIC IN 3(3/3-0/0)
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING III
Sizing and design of piping systems in buildings; steam piping Pre: Approval by the department
design; gas piping design.
New technologies or existing technologies applied to specific
ME 483 ENERGY CONVERSION 3(3/3-0/0) areas. The topic must be approved by the departmental
Pre: Fourth year standing for
non ME major student ME 497 SPECIAL TOPIC IN 3(3/3-0/0)
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING IV
Applications of thermodynamics; chemical reaction equilibria Pre: Approval by the department
and chemical kinetics to the energy conversion systems;
computational analysis, distribution, use of energy and energy New technologies or existing technologies applied to specific
resources of various energy systems; combustion of fossil fuel areas. The topic must be approved by the departmental
for heat and power; coal gasification and liquefaction, solar committee.
energy; pollution control in energy conversion system.
ME 498 CO-OPERATIVE 6(0/0-6/P)
ME 490 SPECIAL STUDY FOR 1(0/0-1/P) EDUCATION II
PROJECT Pre: ME 398
Pre: Fourth year standing
This subject will provide further on the job industrial
Special study, technical searching or literature survey for a experience in the same organization. The duration will be 4-5
topic in mechanical engineering to be carried out by months. The student will tackle the problem related to the
individual or a group of students under faculty supervision. A
work place identified earlier and find possible solution for the
proposal of the project topic must be prepared and well-
written and should be technically and practically reasonable. problem. He/she will conduct his/her own project under the
The proposal has to be approved by the departmental supervision of job supervisors and academic advisors.
ME 499 MECHANICAL 2(0/0-2/6)
ME 491 PROJECT IN 3(0/0-3/9) ENGINEERING PROJECT
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Pre: ME 399
Pre: ME 490
Individual or group work-study on theory or application in
Individual or group Investigation on theory or application in mechanical engineering. The work-study can be analysis,
mechanical engineering analysis or experiment of survey or experiment, survey, design, or a combination of these nature.
design or all processes under supervision of instructor (s); It must be carried out under supervision of instructor(s). A
project report is needed to be approved by the department written report is required, and must be examined and
committee. approved by the department committee.
ME 492 SEMINAR IN 3(3/3-0/0)
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Courses in Agricultural
Pre: Department Approval Machinery Engineering
Course Code AE (260)
Special problems in mechanical engineering are to be
discussed and reported. AE 100 INTRODUCTION TO 1(1/1-0/0)
SAFETY ENGINEERING AND
ME 493 INDUSTRIAL 3(0/0-3/P) ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
INTERNSHIP Pre: None
Pre: Department Approval
Safety precautions in all aspects of engineering operation
Training in mechanical engineering with consulting engineer safety with machines, toxic chemicals, combustible or
(s) or industry or equivalent job under supervision of engineer explosive-risk materials. Monitoring measurement in
500 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
industries. Hygiene and first aids Population study and Review of agricultural machinery. Historical study of tractor
resource use. Pollution and waste. Environmental laws and development. Concept of tractor and enhancing of
international standards. performance. Ground terrain vehicle dynamics. Stability and
AE 200 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0) control. Safety design. Integrated system for enhancing of
BIO-RESOURCES ENGINEERING performance.
Pre: None AE 312 AGRICULTURAL 3(3/3-0/0)
Different fields of Bio-resources and Agricultural MACHINERY AND
Engineering. Recognizing the role of different processes on MANAGEMENT
food and fiber production. Modern equipment and machinery
for agricultural production; soil and water management; farm Developments in mechanization of modern agriculture.
structures and environment, quality of agricultural materials Constructional features of tractors. Implements equipment
and storage facilities, agricultural waste management, energy and controls for tractors. Tillage and other land preparation
in agriculture, and safety in agricultural production. operations. Equipment for crop production (sowing, planting,
AE 201 FARM irrigation, fertilizer application) and protection. Harvesting
MECHANIZATION 3 and handling machinery. Cost of using farm machines.
(3/3-0/0) Selection of optimum capacity of equipment.
Pre: AGRO 211 and SOIL 211
AE 313 FLUID POWER CONTROL 3(3/3-0/0)
General principles and techniques in mechanization of
agricultural production, selection of agricultural implement SYSTEM IN AGRICULTURAL
and machinery used in crop production and processing.
This course offered by Faculty of Agriculture and will offer
by Faculty of Engineering only when it has already to offer. Review of fluid mechanics. Fluid power systems. Fluid power
circuit layout design. Functional design and automatic
AE 211 ENGINE TECHNOLOGY 3(2/2-1/3) operations. Logic control of operation systems. Maintenance
FOR AGRICULTURE and safety.
AE 314 MANUFACTURING 3(3/3-0/0)
Fundamental of piston engines. Parts and mechanism PROCESS FOR
components of engines. Accessories for engines use in AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
agricultural purpose. Study of engines by practical assemble. Pre: AE 212
Maintenance and repair.
AE 212 POWER FOR 3(3/3-0/0) Introduction to basic knowledge of manufacturing processes.
AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS Metal forming and cutting. Machine tools for measurement
Pre: AE 211 and metal forming. Welding, heat treatment of metals.
Physical properties of material and composite materials.
Farm power sources and adaptability. Types of farm tractors.
Thermodynamics principles and applications. Tractor engines AE 334 HEAT TRANSFER 3(3/3-0/0)
and accessories. Power transmission accessories. Hydraulic IN AGRICULTURAL
systems. Performance characteristics of off-road vehicles. ENGINEERING PROCESS
Tractor stability. Tractor power rating-Nebraska testing. Pre: ME 231 and ME 333
Engine and tractor servicing and maintenance.
Fundamental laws of heat transfer, analysis and examples.
AE 301 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0) Combined systems of heat transmission modules. Heat
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING exchanger. Factors affecting phase change of fluids. Various
Pre: AET 103 types of heat transfer equipment.
Introduction. Performance and efficiency of power plants. AE 341 DESIGN OF TISSUE 3(3/3-0/0)
Equipment and machines for agriculture. Agricultural CULTURE LABORATORY
management. Surveying. Irrigation and drainage. Storage.
Farm Structure and ventilation. Waste treatment and
management. Pre: Consent of course instructor
AE 302 After a review of topics from biology, techniques of tissue
AGRICULTURAL 3 culture are introduced. The requirements for optimum tissue
(3/3-0/0) culture growth and methods of controlling the physical
environment are discussed. Design and construction of basic
Pre: None tissue culture laboratory equipment and facilities are covered.
Both batch type processes and potential for automation of the
Introduction to waste in farm and agricultural practice. Waste operations are discussed. Student design projects and work in
materials. Waste handling and storing. Waste management the laboratory form an integral part of the course.
and disposal. Waste management in Thailand.
AE 361 PRINCIPLES OF 3(3/3-0/0)
AE 311 AGRICULTURAL 3(3/3-0/0) AGRICULTURAL IRRIGATION
MACHINERY ENGINEERING I Pre: AE 201 or HORT 211 or
Pre: AE 200 AE 200 or AE 301
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 501
applications. Management and planning use. Advanced topics
Basic soil water relations, water supply, conveyance systems, on Agricultural Machinery.
water measurement, farm irrigation system, water
requirement of crops, water right. AE 413 FUNDAMENTAL DESIGN 3(3/3-0/0)
OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
AE 362 SOIL AND WATER 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: ME 214
Pre: CE 281 Review of basic concepts of machine design. Design of
Inter-relation between soil and water management for various types of machine parts. Power transmission systems.
sustainable agricultural production. Mechanics of soil erosion Projects.
and soil erosion control techniques. Different techniques for AE 414 AGRICULTURAL 3(3/3-0/0)
irrigation and drainage of agricultural soils. Water quality MACHINERY SYSTEM
and supply. Water-crop relations. ENGINEERING
Pre: ME 206
AE 371 AGRICULTURAL 1(0/0-1/3)
ENGINEERING Principle and design of linkage mechanisms. Functions of
LABORATORY I transmissions (e.g.; Cams, rods, and Chains). Power
Pre: AE 311 transmission by working fluids. Types of working fluid.
Components required for fluid power transmission systems.
Experimental study by individuals or groups of students with Design and selection of components for transmission systems.
emphasis on applied topics related to agricultural engineering. Analysis of displacement, velocity, acceleration and forces of
Tractors: torque measurement of utility shaft, pulling load components in the system. Control and Maintenance.
and sliding distance. Performance and efficiency of
agricultural machinery: plowing machines, planting machine AE 415 AGRICULTURAL 3(3/3-0/0)
spraying machines, harvesting machines, rice threshers, MATERIALS HANDLING
husking mare and drying machines. SYSTEMS
Pre: AE 312
AE 381 HEAT AND MASS 3(3/3-0/0)
TRANSFER IN AGRO-INDUSTRY
Pre: MATH 104 or MATH 112; Types of agricultural materials. Principles and designs of
and PHYS 102; or PHYS 106 methods for handling the agricultural materials. Feeding and
and PHYS 116; or PHYS 104 sorting. Quality control of handling materials. Conveying,
or PHYS 111 cleaning, ventilating and techniques to conserve environment.
Analysis and modification of machines for handling materials.
Introduction to the first and the second laws of
thermodynamics. Reversible and irreversible processes. AE 416 FAN, PUMP AND 3(2/2-1/3)
Concept of energy. Refrigeration cycles, heat engines and COMPRESSOR
internal combustion engines. Steam plants. Psychrometry. Pre: ME 333
Introduction to drying processes. Fluid flows in pipes, piping
design consideration, fluid pumps. Classifications and characteristics of fan. Fan law. Pressure
losses in air duct. Power requirement and selection of fans.
AE 401 LAND, PAVEMENT AND 3(3/3-0/0) Air distribution system and installation. Classifications and
AGRICULTURAL FARMHOUSE characteristics of pump and compressor. Pump and
Pre: Fourth year standing compressor law. Pressure losses in piping. Pressure vessel.
Power requirement and selection of pumps and compressors.
Topology of the developing land. Obstacles removal by
Criteria for the selection of pumps of compressors in
mechanical and explosive devices. Grading for elevations,
excavation and compacting. Construction of bare soil, asphalt engineering works. Protection and reducing losses from gust
and concrete pavements. Bearing load of the pavements and and flood. Laboratory experiments in topics related to fan,
reinforcements. Foundation, footing and piles. Columns and pump and compressor.
beams of farm structures. Loads and safety strength of farm
structures. Design and analysis of farm structures. AE 417 APPLIED 3(3/3-0/0)
Modification, maintenance and safety strength of the farm AERODYNAMICS FOR
structures. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
Pre: ME 232 and ME 333
AE 411 AGRICULTURAL 3(2/2-1/3)
MACHINERY ENGINEERING II Units and properties of air. Global meteorology. Pattern of air
Pre: AE 311 flow passing the rigid body. Aerodynamics force on a rigid
body. Terminal velocity of submerged body. Factors affecting
Principles and design. Performance analysis and tune up of the change in terminal velocity. Aircraft for agricultural
equipments (e.g., planters, fertilizer applicators, soil purpose. Dispersion pattern of free-fall cluster bodies. Factors
implement equipments etc.). Maintenance and safety. affecting the dispersion pattern.
AE 412 AGRICULTURAL 3(2/2-1/3) AE 421
MACHINERY ENGINEERING III
Pre: AE 311
PRINCIPLE OF DRYING
PROCESS FOR AGRICULTURAL
Principles and design. Performances analysis and tune up of Pre: ME 231 and ME 333
equipments. Including the maintenance, modification,
application and development for a suitable use in particular Review of Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer.
Theory of drying and storage. Principle of air in motions.
502 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Drying grain and food by hot air. Moisture determinations. Types of heavy equipment and earth mover machines,
Properties of moist air. Moisture equilibrium. Parameters for Operations systems of the machines. Operation and
drying analysis. Solar drying. maintenance.
AE 422 THERMAL 3(3/3-0/0) AE 471 AGRICULTURAL 1(0/0-1/3)
ENGINEERING PROCESS ENGINEERING
FOR AGRICULTURE LABORATORY
Pre: AE 334 Pre: Fourth year of Agricultural
Energy Sources, classification, utilization and conversion. Engineering Students
Principal fuels for thermal processing. Thermal production
systems. Performance analysis and case study of thermal Experimental study by individuals or groups of student.
processing plants for agricultural purposes. Economic aspect. Emphasized on applied topics related to agricultural
Environmental impact of Thermal production. engineering. Extensive background knowledge in various
areas are necessity to the experimental study of agricultural
AE 423 VENTILATION, AIR- 3(3/3-0/0) materials, food, machinery, systems of heat and energy
CONDITIONING AND including also working and evaluation. Final reports are
REFRIGERATION FOR compulsory be prepared by students.
FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL AE 491 PROJECT STUDY 1(0/0-1/P)
PRODUCTS IN AGRICULTURAL
Pre: ME 333 and AE 334 ENGINEERING
Pre: Third Year Standing Major
Principles of refrigeration and systems in refrigeration.
Concept and design of refrigeration systems. Accessories to be Study of special problems in agricultural engineering.
used in refrigeration systems. Nature of air and Psychrometry. Discussion and presentations of work report.
Air ventilation. Types of cooling load and the cooling load
estimation. Air-conditioning controls. Accessories for air- AE 492 AGRICULTURAL 3(0/0-3/9)
conditioning control. Piping systems. Design of piping ENGINEERING PROJECT
systems in air-conditioning and refrigeration. Performance Pre: AE 491
enhancement of the refrigeration and air-conditioning systems.
Individual or group investigation of theory or application in
the field of agricultural engineering. By analysis and/or
AE 431 experiments or by surveying and designing of processing
concepts. Under the supervision of instructor. The project
AGRICULTURAL 3 report must be approved by the committee.
AE 493 AGRICULTURAL 3(3/3-0/0)
(3/3-0/0) ENGINEERING SEMINAR
MACHINERY PRODUCTION Pre: AE 491
Pre: AE 413 The nature of technical presentations. Choice of hardware and
quality of audio-visual materials. Written and oral
Manufacturing processes of Agricultural Machinery, Design presentations. The role of audience. Preparing for questions
concepts of Agricultural Machinery, Market research and answers. Serving as chairperson. Guest speakers.
techniques for Agricultural Machinery. Process planning Student’s presentations.
principles. Production and management.
AE 494 SPECIAL TOPIC IN 3(3/3-0/0)
AE 432 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0) AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
POSTHARVEST ENGINEERING Pre: Consent of the instructor
Pre: Consent of the instructor
A modern knowledge in engineering applied to and caused
Introduction to the applications of engineering principles in direct benefit to various branches in agro-industry as well as
postharvest operations of food crops, vegetables, fruits and food industry. The topic is compulsory approved by the
ornamentals. Postharvest biology; engineering aspects of department.
harvesting and handling systems; heat transfer and cooling
methods, other postharvest treatments; storage systems and
packaging; unit operations of agricultural process Courses in Polymer Technology
engineering. Course Code PMR (262)
PMR 381 POLYMERIC 3(3/3-0/0)
AE 461 MATERIALS
Pre: CHEM 321 and CHEM 327;
GROUND VEHICLES or CHEM 323, CHEM 324
and CHEM 327
Pre: Fourth Year Standing Introduction. Properties of polymers. Polymerization
techniques. Thermoplastics. Thermosetting polymers.
Additives. Mechanical properties of polymers. Rubbers.
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 503
PMR 481 POLYMER PROCESSING 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: None
TECHNOLOGY Statistical quantitative analysis used in industrial engineering
Pre: PMR 381 including probability, random variables, probability
distribution, point estimation and hypothesis testing, analysis
Introduction. Compression molding. Transfer molding. of variance, simple linear regression and multiple regression.
Injection molding. Extrusion. Blow molding. Thernoforming. Computer packaging in industrial engineering applications
Calendering. Rotational molding. Casting. Foaming. Coating. such as decision making, quality engineering, operation
Fiber-glass reinforcing. Machining and finishing. Fiber research, and production planning.
IE 210 INDUSTRIAL 3(2/2-1/3)
PMR 482 LABORATORY POLYMER 1(0/0-1/3) METALLURGY
TECHNOLOGY Pre: IE 103 or 101
Pre: Concurrent to PMR 481
Production of steels, ternary equilibrium diagrams, alloy
Selected experiments in polymer technology dealing with steels, tool steels, cast iron, nonferrous metals and
polymer processing and testing. Processing methods include
IE 212 MANUFACTURING 3(2/2-1/3)
injection moulding, vacuum forming, fluidized bed power
coating, film casting, and various fibre spinning techniques;
(Formerly IE 211)
mechanical properties testing; viscoelastic behaviour; polymer
Pre: ME 106
rheology and aspects of mould design.
General of basic knowledge in manufacturing process and
PMR 483 SELECTED TOPICS 3(3/3-0/0) theories. Mechanics of cutting, measurement, machine tools,
IN POLYMER TECHNOLOGY foundry, welding and forming.
Pre: Consent of the instructor
IE 215 MANUFACTURING 3(3/3-0/0)
Specialized topics in polymer technology not covered in PMR PROCESSES
381 or PMR 481. Topics are to be selected on the grounds of Pre: ME 106
their relevance to the current needs of the polymer industry.
Theory and concepts of manufacturing processes in the
PMR 487 POLYMER TECHNOLOGY 1(0/0-1/3) following areas: casting, forming, machining forming,
LABORATORY welding, rolling, pressing, cutting, shearing, grinding and
Pre: Concurrent to PMR 481 surface finishing, joint and assembling, materials and
manufacturing relationships, fundamentals of manufacturing
Polymer forming by injection molding Polymer forming by costs.
compression molding. Polymer sheet vacuum thermoforming.
Polymer powder coating by fluidization. Monofilament wet IE 216 INDUSTRIAL 3(2/2-1/3)
spinning. Monofilament melt spinning and fiber stretching. PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY I
Reinforced-polymer fabrication. Mechanical testing of (Formerly IE 213 since 2003)
polymer. Rheology of polymer. Epoxy resin casting. Pre: IE 215 or IE 212
Concept of Metal cutting, tool life and economics of cutting
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING operation, characteristics of cutting tool, shearing, grinding,
Courses in Industrial Engineering screw threading and slotting operation. The applications of
Course code IE (255) Dies, Jigs and fixtures include the design of manufacturing
process and the study of numerical control.
IE 100 INTRODUCTION TO 1(1/1-0/0)
SAFETY ENGINEERING IE 230 INDUSTRIAL 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: None ORGANIZATION AND
(Transferred to ENGR 101 since 2005) (Formerly IE 231)
IE 101 ENGINEERING 2(2/2-0/0)
MATERIALS AND PROCESSES A study of the organization structure of the industrial
Pre: None enterprises; Concept and theory of industrial organization and
management; Responsibility of management and planning
Background and Classification of Engineering Material; department; Personnel management and human relation in the
Structure of Material; Alloy System; Iron and Steel; organization. An evaluation of employee motivation,
Properties of Engineering Material; Heat Treatment of Steel; leadership, productivity, working ethic and social
Corrosion; Other Materials. responsibility.
IE 103 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0) IE 290 INDUSTRIAL 1(0/0–1/3)
MATERIALS ENGINEERING LABORATORY I
Pre: None Pre: Consent of the Instructor
(Transferred to ENGR 103 since 2005) Experiments in the areas of manufacturing processes and
industrial metallurgy such as principles of metallography and
IE 201 QUANTITATIVE 3(3/3-0/0) analysis of microstructure of steel, steel alloys and cast iron,
ANALYSIS IN INDUSTRIAL
504 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
heat treatment of steels, cast iron and non-ferrous metal, IE 320 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
hardness testing, hardness testing and foundry. OPERATION RESEARCH
Pre: IE 201
INTRODUCTION TO 3 An introduction to the methodology of operation research in
(3/3-0/0) modern industrial engineering problem solving using
FLUID MECHANICS AND mathematical models, linear programming and application,
THERMODYNAMICS FOR transportation models, assignment models, network
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS programming, shortest-route, game theory, queuing theory,
Pre: ME 211 and ME 282 simulation in decision making processes and related areas and
Fundamental concepts in thermodynamics. The first and
second law of thermodynamics. Basic concepts and basic IE 321 INDUSTRIAL 3(3/3-0/0)
properties of fluids. Fundamentals of fluid statics. ENGINEERING QUALITY
Fundamentals of fluid dynamics. Characteristics of fluids
Pre: IE 201 or STAT 263
such as laminar and turbulent flows.
Introduction to the concept of quality control and industrial
IE 310 INDUSTRIAL PLANT 3(3/3-0/0) applications. Administrative and engineering aspects of
OPERATION quality program. The application of statistic in quality
(Formerly IE 415) control, quality assurance and product reliability.
IE 323 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: ME 282 QUALITY ASSURANCE
This course is aimed at introducing basic equipments Pre: None
normally used or found in every industrial establishment, e.g.,
pumps, compressors; motors, hydraulic equipment, pneumatic Quality definition. Principles of quality control. Quality
equipments electrical equipment. Refrigeration and Air- assurance system and concepts. Reliability system. Principle
Conditioning. of ISO standard and other important quality systems.
IE 311 METALLURGICAL 3(3/3-0/0) IE 330 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: IE 210 Pre: None
Time value of money, consideration of cost, Methods of
General characteristics of metallurgical process. Processes
financing, depreciation methods, planning for future of
aimed at separation. Compound formation. Metal production.
production, rate of return and benefit-cost ratio technique for
Metal purification. Reactor characteristics. Environmental deciding among alternatives.
problems associated with metallurgical processes. Economic
characteristics of metallurgical processes. IE 335 ORGANIZATION SAFETY 3(3/3-0/0)
IE 314 TOOL ENGINEERING 3(2/2-1/3)
Pre: IE 215 or 212 Accident. Hazard. Causes of accident. Psychological safety at
work. First aid. Accident prevention. Safety organization.
Principles of tool design. Design of cutting tools. Design of jig Occupational hygiene at work.
and fixture for machine tool work and welding work.
Principles of press tool and die making. Methods for IE 336 ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
designing blanking, forming, bending piercing, forging MANAGEMENT
extrusion drawing die, etc. and Metrology. Pre: Third year standing
IE 315 INDUSTRIAL 3(2/2-1/3) Organization structure and principle of management. Method
PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY II of increasing productivity. Human relation, safety, and
(Formerly IE 313) commercial laws. Basic engineering economy, finance,
marketing, and project management.
Pre: IE 216 or 213
Introduction of automatic machine. Electrical discharged PRODUCTION 3
Machining. Electrochemical Machine, Control and
programming of Numerical controlled and Computerized
PLANNING AND CONTROL
Numerical Control Machining. (Formerly IE 446)
Pre: IE 320 or STAT 380
IE 317 INDUSTRIAL AND 3(3/3-0/0)
COMMERCIAL LAWS Studying the role of production planning and control,
Pre: None production control information flow, techniques in controlling
production and inventories, including forecasting demand,
Relationship between laws and business establishments. Laws production planning, material requirement planning,
regarding commerce and industry including establishments, determination of economic order quantities, production
construction regulations, industrial factory statutes, scheduling, quantity production control, and project
environmental statutes, investment promotion laws, customs management.
duty laws, production and production standards laws,
insurance management and engineering occupation laws. Also
included are social security statutes and labor protection laws.
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 505
ORGANIZATION AND industry, business, official agencies, etc. This course is the
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT requirement for all industrial engineering students. Grading is
Pre: None PASS or FAIL.
Productivity. Productivity improvement. Principle of IE 393 INTRODUCTION TO 1(1/1-0/0)
industrial organization. Production line. Quality control. CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION
Material requirement planning. Inventory. Production Pre: Consent of the instructor
Introductory course for students who will enroll in co-
IE 350 MOTION AND 3(2/2-1/3) operative education courses. The topics include : life in a
TIME STUDY factory, rules in a factory, responsibility and practice of
Pre: IE 230 industrial engineer in factories, problem solving and analysis
techniques and presentation techniques.
History of motion and time study, general problem solving
process, work methods design, process analysis, multiple IE 410 PLASTIC MOLD
activity analysis, operation analysis, fundamentals of hand DESIGN 3(3/3-0/0)
motion, micromotion study, principles of motion economy, Pre: IE 215
stop-watch method, work sampling, standard data system,
predetermined time system, motion-time study, wage Fundamentals of plastic mold design engineering.
incentive and introduction to human factors in engineering. Interrelationship of plastic materials, processing, plastic
product design, and injection mold design.
IE 351 MOTION AND TIME 3(3/3-0/0) IE 411 MANUFACTURING 3(3/3-0/0)
STUDY AND DESIGN
Pre: IE 230 Pre: ME 211 or ME 214
Introduction to motion and time study concepts and
laboratory equipment, antropometric data, general problem The design of joints and machine elements. Machine elements
solving processes, work method design, process analysis, and duct system design.
multiple activity analysis, operation analysis, micro-motion IE 412 WELDING 3(3/3-0/0)
study, time and study standards. ENGINEERING
Pre: IE 210
IE 359 INDUSTRIAL 3(3/3-0/0)
POLLUTION AND CONTROL Arc welding, fusion welding process, welding power source
(Formerly IE 459) metal transfer and melting rate, application of magnetic field
solid state welding, welding technique using radiation energy,
(Formerly name: INDUSTRIAL heat flow in welding, metallurgy of welding, weld cracking,
specific applications of welding, welding of plastic, testing
POLLUTION CONTROL since and inspection of weld.
2003) IE 413 METROLOGY 3(2/2-1/3)
Pre: CHEM 162 or CHEM 101 Pre: IE 314
and CHEM 102
Measurement concepts in modern industry from fundamental
Sources and characteristics of industrial wastewater, water concepts through accuracy measurements. Interchangeability,
quality standards, wastewater treatment by physical, Angular measurement, Surface measurement and checking
chemical, biological and sludge control, air pollution and flatness by laser interferometer.
solid waste problems and their treatment, environmental
impact assessment and life cycle assessment of industrial IE 414 INDUSTRIAL PROCESS 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: CHEM 102 and ME 105
IE 390 INDUSTRIAL 1(0/0–1/3)
ENGINEERING LABORATORY II Detailed studies of the history, raw materials, manufacturing
Pre: IE 290 methods, economics and chemistry of industrial chemical
processes, co-ordination of unit operations and processes.
Experiments in the areas of motion and time study, production Manufacturing processes such as forging, plastics, powder
planning and control, productive maintenance, and industrial metallurgy, raw material processing such as steel, aluminum,
plant layout and design. finishing such as degreasing, painting, plating and other
IE 391 INDUSTRIAL 3(0/0-3/P)
ENGINEERING TRAINING IE 416 PRODUCTIVE 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: Third year standing MAINTENANCE
Pre: IE 230
Training in industrial engineering with consulting engineer(s)
or industry or equivalent job under supervision of engineer(s) What is Preventive maintenance? Total Productive
or trainer(s) and/or instructor(s). Training report is required to Maintenance and the Role of foreman. Principles of Planning
be approved by the department-committee. PM. Failure Data. Failures that can be Prevented.
Maintenance to Prevent Failures. The Importance of Record
IE 392 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING 0(0/0-0/P) Keeping. Establishment of Standards. The Role of Industrial
Pre: Consent of industrial training Engineer in PM. Work Measurement in PM. Estimating and
committee Control. Cost of PM.
All industrial engineering students need to consult with IE 417 METAL FORMING 3(3/3-0/0)
industrial training committee for individual training in Pre: IE 103 or 101
506 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
IE 425 QUANTITATIVE 3(3/3-0/0)
Metal working, indirect compression processes, direct QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN
compression processes. Hi-speed forming. ENGINEERING
Pre: IE 201
IE 418 FOUNDRY 3(2/2-1/3)
ENGINEERING Quality philosophy and art of discovery, strategy of
Pre: IE 210 experimentation, treatment comparison, factorial experiments,
experiments with defects, defectives and sample variance as
An introduction to solid structures and solidification,
the response, dealing with missing observations, sequential
moulding and core materials, standard tests, design and
location of gates and risers, design of casting, design of dies, experimentation, Taguchi’s parameter designs, and response
design of cupola and mechanization in foundry, standard tests surfaces.
or metal casting.
IE 426 NETWORK THEORY 3(3/3-0/0)
IE 419 Pre: IE 323
(3/3-0/0) Introduction to the Application of Network, Scheduling,
Construction of FUMT, CPK, Shortest-Path, Maximum Flow,
Flowgraphs and Decision Trees. Introduction to Stochastic
(Formerly name: Networks by Using GMAT, GMNTS III and their
CORROSION ENGINEERING IE 427 VALUE ENGINEERING 3(2/2-1/3)
since Pre: Consent of the instructor
2003) Introduction and History of Value Engineering. Job plan.
Pre: IE 103, CHEM 162 or
IE 101, CHEM 102 Basic fundamentals, Meaning of Value, Value Analysis, Data
collection, Function Analysis, Idea Creation Evaluation of
Perspective of corrosion engineering including principle of Alternatives, Recommendation for Action, Application of
corrosion, corrosion control, detecting and monitoring Value Engineering and Case Study.
corrosion regulations, specification, safety and major selection
on the use of materials. IE 428 QUEUEING THEORY 3(3/3-0/0)
IE 420 (Formerly IE 452)
PROBLEM SOLVING 3 Pre: IE 320
(3/3-0/0) Development of mathematical models of queuing with
application to industrial problems, such as inventory policy
Pre: IE 230
and machine interference.
An investigation of problem solving with particular emphasis
on problem definition, creativity an interpersonal and IE 429 INVENTORY THEORY 3(3/3-0/0)
organizational factors that influence thinking. Common AND CONTROL
blocks to problem solving will be explored and methods of (Formerly IE 456)
dealing with them will be presented. Pre: IE 320 or STAT 380
IE 421 ROBUST PRODUCT 3(3/3–0/0) Introduction to inventory management, cost considerations,
DESIGN demand evaluation and forecasting technique, buffer stock
Pre: IE 201 determination, lot-size and reorder point consideration. The
study of inventory policy and model: deterministic, stochastic.
Fundamentals of product design, factor analysis of product Application of inventory management and Japanese’s
performance, experimental design, application and statistical inventory management style.
techniques for data collection, analysis of variance in product
design, Taguchi design methodology and robust design. IE 430 SAFETY MANAGEMENT 3(3/3-0/0)
AND COMMERCIAL LAWS
IE 422 QUALITY ASSURANCE 3(3/3-0/0) (Formerly IE 336)
Pre: IE 321 Pre: STAT 263
Quality assurance systems and technologies. Statistic process The importance of industrial safety. Occupational Disease.
control concepts, reliability system, maintainability, safety Accident causes and prevention. Accident frequency and
system and quality assurance. degree of severity. Accident evaluation and control by using
statistical techniques. Safety management and safety policy.
IE 424 APPLICATIONS OF 3(3/3-0/0) Industrial Laws. Labour Laws and Labour Unions. Custom
SIMULATION TECHNIQUES Laws.
Pre: IE 320 or STAT 380
IE 431 INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE 3(3/3-0/0)
System structure; logic and methodologies; random Pre: None
generation of numbers and deviates; system simulation
Basic laws and regulations, occupational
languages, models and analysis, discrete and continuous
and environmental hygiene (chemical
applications to industrial situations.
environment, physical environment,
biological environment, ergonomics
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 507
environment), occupational and An introduction to modern management under quantitative
environmental hygiene, acute and chronic and qualitative approaches to management, decision making,
diseases caused by industrial exposures, modernand practice, management function. management
management tools, and technique,
health hazards measurement and theory
evaluation of occupational hazards, IE 440
prevention and control of occupational PRINCIPLE OF 3
health hazards, first aid and equipment (3/3-0/0)
and auditing and promoting occupational
hygiene projects. PRODUCT DESIGN
Pre: IE 215
IE 432 INDUSTRIAL COST 3(3/3-0/0) Development process and organization structure, identifying
ANALYSIS AND BUDGETING customer needs and establishing product specification,
(Formerly IE 332 since 2003) concept generation and concept selection, industrial design,
Pre: IE 330 design for manufacturing. Economic product development
Fundamentals of accounting cost concepts and determinants,
standard cost and factory overhead, direct costing, cost IE 441 INFORMATION 3(3/3-0/0)
analysis for planning purposes, capital expenditure, capital TECHNOLOGY FOR
rationing and decision making for investment in challenging INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS
projects. Pre: CPE 281
IE 433 SYSTEM ANALYSIS FOR 3(3/3-0/0) Information, information technology, computer technology,
QUALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY communication technology, database management,
IMPROVEMENT manufacturing information system, artificial intelligence and
Pre: None knowledge-based system, information system development for
Basic concepts and fundamental principles for process
IE 444 COMPUTER 3(2/2-1/3)
improvement, quality improvement and problem solving APPLICATIONS IN IE.
using fundamental principles and methods of quality Pre: CPE 281 or 210
management such as teamwork, Deming’s fourteen points,
seven basic tools for improving quality and statistic process Principles of good programming style. The applications of
control. computer in the fields of operation research, production
planning and control, work study, data management system,
IE 434 engineering statistics, quality control, financial analysis and
other topics of industrial engineering. LOGISTIC 3(3/3-0
MANAGEMENT IE 445 ADVANCED COMPUTER 3(2/2-1/3)
Pre: IE 230 APPLICATION FOR INDUSTRIAL
Exploration of the technological and managerial issues ENGINEERING
involved in the design and operation of distributions and Pre: IE 444
logistics physical facilities and associated information Computer applications for production systems, fundamental
technology in an enterprise-wide supply chain. Analysis of concepts of CAD/CAM, computers application for simulation
tradeoffs between transportation and inventory cost. Design of process, use of computers for machine control, robotics in
carrier integration and shipper perspectives in system models.
production processes and information systems.
Evaluations of logistics system performance metrics and the
impact of logistics activities on an enterprise's financial
performance. IE 447 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0)
IE 435 SAFETY ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0) (Formerly IE 441)
Pre: IE 100 Pre: STAT 380
Accident evaluation and control, industrial psychology, An introduction to general concepts of systems engineering,
industrial pollution control, safety management, personal the comprehensive survey of basic theory of logical and
protection equipment and safety laws. mathematical approach to general problem solution, a review
of tools and techniques of operations research.
IE 438 QUANTITATIVE 3(3/3-0/0)
ANALYSIS FOR MARKETING IE 448 INDUSTRIAL PLANT 3(3/3-0/0)
(Formerly IE 453)
Pre: IE 201 or IE 330 (Formerly name: INDUSTRIAL
The role of scientific marketing analysis, decision models, test LAYOUT AND DESIGN
marketing, decision of pricing, advertising and promotional
IE 439 PRINCIPLES OF 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: IE 351 or IE 350
(Formerly IE 451) Introduction to plant design; Preliminary analysis of plant
Pre: IE 230 design; Layout and facilities planning ; Material handling;
Nature of plant layout problems; Plant location; Product
508 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
analysis; Basic types of layout services and auxiliary
functions. IE 461
IE 454 AUTOMATION 3(3/3-0/0) (0/0-1/P)
Pre: Fourth year standing
An introduction to numerically controlled machines, basic Pre: Fourth year standing
principles of machine tool; APTC automatically
programming tools, routines definitions and methods. Project Role of Industrial Engineer, industrial engineering training in
in designing an automatic instrument. reviews, decision making and problem solving, creativity and
emotional quotient development, industrial psychology,
IE 455 ENERGY SYSTEM AND 3(3/3-0/0) organization communication, presentation technique,
MANAGEMENT interview technique and application technique.
(Formerly name: ENERGY SYSTEM
since 2003) IE 462 SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3(3/3-0/0)
(Formerly IE 442) Pre: IE 230
Pre: Fourth year standing
Exploration of the conceptual and practical issues in system
Overview of primary sources (oil, natural gas, coal, uranium) engineering with particular emphasis on application in
derivative sources (gasoline, coal gas, plutonium), renewable industrial management. Element, procedure, and problem
energy, energy conversions, processing , transportation and solving techniques in system engineering.
storage. Energy management, cost/benefit analysis and
environmental impact of alternative modes of energy, IE 463 ERGONOMICS 3(2/2-1/3)
National and International energy strategies and policies. Pre: IE 351
IE 456 PROJECT FEASIBILITY 3(3/3-0/0) Introduction to anatomy and ahysiology, man-machine
STUDY interaction, anthropometry, workstation, workplace and
Pre: IE 330 or IE 332 equipment design, hand tools design, manual in materials
handling, work environment and ergonomics applications.
Basic concepts of project feasibility studies, marketing
studies, engineering studies, management studies, financial IE 490 ADVANCED TOPICS IN 3(0/0-3/P)
studies, economics studies, social studies and environmental INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING II
impact. Case studies are also discussed.
(Formerly IE 495 since 2003)
IE 457 ERGONOMICS 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: Consent of the instructor
DESIGN Study of current interesting and new developments in the field
Pre: IE 350 of Industrial Engineering.
Human abilities and limitations in the design of operation IE 491 INDUSTRIAL 3(0/0-3/9)
systems and components, functional psychological and ENGINEERING PROJECT
considerations. Equipment design. Human factor in Pre: Fourth year standing
inspection, fatigue and works.
IE 458 INDUSTRIAL 1(0/0-1/3) Practical interesting project or problems in various fields of
ENGINEERING LABORATORY industrial engineering assigned by the instructor. The project
Pre: STAT 380, IE 350 and IE 351; must be completed within one semester. A Complete written
or consent of the instructor report is required and final oral examination must be taken.
IE 492 SPECIAL TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
Basic experiments are selected to further understanding INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING I
theories in operation research, work study, quality control,
production planning and control, industrial plant design, (Formerly name: SPECIAL
industrial pollution control and to introduce pertinent TOPICS
instrumentation and experimental techniques. FOR
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING I
IE 460 PERFORMANCE 3(3/3-0/0) since
MEASUREMENT SYSTEM 2003)
Pre: IE 230 (Formerly IE 494 since 2003)
Pre: Consent of the instructor
The crucial roles of performance management for industries
in the digital economy. Identify a shift paradigm of The department may offer courses as special topics or
performance measurement system from industrial based nominate topics of other departments as special topics for each
economy to the digital one. Enhance concepts that semester. Special topics are usually technical subjects which
performance measurement system allows firms to align are considered beneficial to student carrier. Only in special
business processes with vision and strategy to strengthen their circumstances, can special topics be non-technical subjects.
IE 497 ADVANCED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 509
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING II LABORATORY I
Pre: Fourth year standing and Pre: Concurrent to CHE 302
Consent of the instructor
Size screening and distribution. Size reduction. Filtration.
Advanced topics in Industrial Engineering which are of Agitation. Humidification. Drying. Particle size analysis.
current interest in this field. Special problems and/or topics Sedimentation. Cyclone separation.
are to be presented and discussed. The contents of the course
are to be proposed by the instructor(s), approved by the CHE 308 UNIT OPERATIONS 1(0/0-1/3)
department of industrial engineering and then announced LABORATORY I
prior to the commencement of each semester. Pre: CHE 301
IE 498 CO-OPERATIVE 8(0/0-8/P) Experiments in some unit operations: Fluid mechanics, Heat
EDUCATION FOR transfer, Evaporation, Distillation, Fluidization, Packed
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER column, Humidification, and drying.
Pre: IE 393
CHE 401 UNIT OPERATIONS OF 3(1/1-2/6)
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING III
Working in industrial engineering with industry as temporary
Pre: CHE 302
employees who have certain responsibility and works full
time during the period of work 16 weeks under supervision of
A continuation of CHE 302. The following, units are
engineer(s) or head of department at the organization and
considered: size reduction, agitation and mixing, and
instructor(s) from the University. mechanical separation.
IE 499 SPECIAL TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0) CHE 403 UNIT OPERATIONS OF 3(3/3-0/0)
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING II CHEMICAL ENGINEERING III
(Formerly name: SPECIAL Pre: CHE 301
FOR Distillation. Gas absorption. Fluidization and fluidized bed.
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING II Liquid-liquid extraction. Solid-liquid extraction.
2003) CHE 405 UNIT OPERATIONS OF 1(0/0-1/3)
(Formerly IE 496 since 2003) CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Pre: Fourth year standing and Pre: CHE 301 and concurrent to
Consent of the instructor CHE 403
Special topics in Industrial Engineering which are of current Crystallization. Gas absorption. Plate distillation. Packed
interest in this field. Special problems and/or topics are to be distillation. Liquid-liquid extraction. Solid-liquid extraction.
presented and discussed. The contents of the course are to be Heat transfer. Evaporation. Fluid flow. Liquid fluidization
proposed by the instructor(s), approved by the department of and gas fluidization.
industrial engineering and then announced prior to the
CHE 407 UNIT
commencement of each semester.
Courses in Chemical Engineering LABORATORY II
Course code CHE (258) Pre: CHE 302
CHE 301 UNIT OPERATIONS OF 3(3/3-0/0) Experiments in some unit operations: Size reduction,
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING I Sedimentation. Filtration, Crystallization, Agitation,
(Formerly CHEM 361) Adsorption, Gas absorption, Boiler, Automatic control,
Pre: CHEM 104 and 108; or Extraction and leaching.
CHEM 113 and CHEM 117;
and third year standing CHE 481 CHEMICAL PROCESS 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: IC 301; For science students
Introduction. Fluid statics. Flow of absolute fluid. Flow of
real fluid. Ordinary flow meter. Heat transfer principle. Heat
Manufacturing processes and equipments in the production
transfer applications. Evaporation. Mass transfer principle.
line of various chemical industries will be demonstrated by
CHE 302 UNIT OPERATIONS OF 3(3/3-0/0)
reference to some specific process industries from inorganic
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING II
acid-alkaline plants, ammonia, urea; cements; alcohol; PVC;
Pre: CHEM 104 and 108; or
petro-chemicals and petroleum products plant, etc.
CHEM 113 and CHEM 117;
DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING
and third year standing
Courses in Mining Engineering
Course code MN (256)
Particulate solid properties and comminution. Mechanical
separation. Agitation. Mixing. Humidification. Drying.
MN 211 INTRODUCTION TO 2(2/2-0/0)
CHE 304 UNIT OPERATIONS OF 1(0/0-1/3)
510 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Historical survey of mining, mine economics and laws. The operation for surface mining, drilling, blasting, loading, and
principles of discovery, development, and operation of mineral hauling; open pit mining methods and equipment for metal,
properties including blasting, materials handling, rock non-metal, and bedded deposits; alluvial mining; dredging;
mechanics and support, shaft sinking, drifting and general non-entry mining methods.
work organization. Brief introduction to mining methods.
MN 317 UNDERGROUND 3(2/2-1/P)
MN 271 ROCK MECHANICS 3(2/2-1/3) MINING AND DESIGN
(Formerly name: FUNDAMENTAL
ROCK Pre: MN 211
MECHANICS since 2003) Underground prospecting, exploration, reserve estimation,
Pre: ME 107 feasibility study, environmental assessment; underground
mine development, shaft sinking and tunneling; unit operation
Classification of rocks as engineering material, elastic and for underground mining: hoisting, blasting, mucking, and
plastic properties, physical properties, and testing methods; handling, rock mechanics application; underground mining
fundamental theory of rock mechanics including stress, strain methods including unsupported, supported, caving, shortwall
and strain rosettes, rock stress and failure criteria, initial stress and longwall methods; mine ventilation and safety.
in rocks and their measurement, deformability of rocks; stress
around underground opening; pit slope stability.
MN 331 MINERAL PROCESSING I 3(2/2-1/3)
Pre: GEOL 232
MN 281 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: For non-Majors only Crushing and grinding, sizing and sorting grinding circuit
control, methods of separation, chemical extraction, flotation,
Historical survey of mining and mine economics; the magnetic and electrical separation; testing and research.
principles of discovery, development, and operation of
mineral properties including, blasting materials handling, rock MN 332 MINERAL 3(2/2-1/3)
mechanics and support, shaft sinking and general work PROCESSING II
organization; brief introduction to mining methods. Pre: MN 331
MN 301 INTRODUCTION TO 3(3/3-0/0) Froth flotation including adsorption, surface free-energy,
PARTICLE TECHNOLOGY flotation reagents, applications, and standard methods for ore
Pre: None treatment.
Basic knowledge of particle technology: introduction; MN 371 ROCK MECHANICS I 2(2/2-0/0)
characterization; size reduction; separation; particle-fluid Pre: ME 211
dynamics; flow, storage and handling of particles;
agglomeration and sintering; production of fine particle; and Rock as an engineering material; elastic and plastic
particulate emission controls. properties. Mohr's criteria of failure, elastic theory; stress
distribution around underground openings; open pit and
MN 311 SURFACE MINING 3(3/3-0/0) underground mine stability.
Pre: MN 211
MN 372 ROCK MECHANICS 1(0/0-1/3)
Alluvial mining, mineral sands mining, general open pit LABORATORY
mining, machinery, open cast mining of bedded deposits, open Pre: MN 371 or concurrent to MN 371
pit mining of massive deposits, and non entry mining.
Method of sampling collecting, and preparation of specimens
MN 312 UNDERGROUND 3(3/3-0/0) before testing. Testing for engineering properties of rock,
MINING determination of basic physical properties, slake durability
Pre: MN 211 index, determination of hardness, uniaxial compression test
for determination of uniaxial strength, direct shear test,
Techniques of underground mining including a study of triaxial compression test and sonic velocity test of rock.
mining methods, drilling, blasting, mucking, underground
machinery and development, an introduction to mine MN 411 DRILLING AND BLASTING 3(3/3-0/0)
ventilation and mine safety. Pre: Fourth year standing
MN 315 COMPUTER 3(2/2-1/2) Composition and properties of explosives, blasting theory and
APPLICATION IN MINING applications of explosives in mining, principles of operation
Pre: MN 211 and CPE 201 and selection of rock drills, blasting design, controlled
blasting, drilling and blasting economics, blasting and
The applications of computer in geologic data base environment, and blasting regulations and safety.
management, are reserve estimation, rock mechanics, mine MN 412 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3(2/2-1/3)
planning and design of surface and underground mines, and IN MINING ENGINEERING
mineral processing. Pre: MN 211 and CPE 281
MN 316 SURFACE MINING 3(2/2-1/P)
AND DESIGN Applications of computers in mine surveying, orebody
Pre: MN 211 modeling and geologic database management, ore reserve
estimation, surface and underground mine planning and
Surface prospecting, exploration, reserve estimation, mine design, mineral processing, and mine feasibility studies.
feasibility study, environmental assessment; surface mine
MN 413 PRINCIPLE OF 2(2/2-0/0)
development, optimum pit design and slope stability; unit
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 511
Pre: Fourth year standing Basic theory and technics for mineral analysis in chemical
(For Students code 30 and after) analysis. Application of classical chemical methods to the
determination of waste ore in Thailand. Theories, modern
Composition of high explosives, blasting agents, detonators, instrumental chemical analysis. Treatment of experimental
electric shortfiring, practical usage of explosives, breaking data in analysis techniques and tools of qualitative and
ground with explosives, blasting in surface and underground quantitative analysis.
MN 441 MINE ECONOMICS 3(3/3-0/0)
MN 414 COAL MINING 3(3/3-0/0)
TECHNOLOGY AND PROJECT EVALUATION
Pre: MN 316 or consent of the (Formerly name: MINE ECONOMICS
instructor since 2003)
Pre: Fourth year standing or
Techniques of Modern coal Mining, exploration, Physical and consent of the instructor
Chemical properties, Utilization, environmental prevention,
accident prevention and administration. Concepts of mineral economics: mineral demand and supply,
mineral production, optimal production, cost of production in
MN 415 EXPLOSIVES FOR 3(3/3-0/0) mining, mine cost estimation, mineral consumption, and
ENGINEERING project evaluation. Acquisition of mineral property and
Pre: Fourth year standing valuation. Investment decision techniques: time value of
money, depreciation, depletion, tax regulation, cash flow
Composition of high explosives, blasting agents, detonators, analysis, and risk analysis. Mine organization and project
electric shortfiring, practical usage of explosives, surface and financing. Government policy related to mining industry.
underground blast design, vibration and air blast, blasting
economics and blasting safety for engineering. MN 442 MINE VALUATION 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: MN 316
MN 416 DESIGN OF QUARRY 3(3/3-0/0)
AND STONE CRUSHING PLANT
Pre: Third year standing and Theory of sampling and statistical analysis applied to the
consent of the instructor evaluation or ore reserves. Financial analysis of mineral
deposits, and economic factors related to mining and
Properties and uses of crushed stone. Geology and exploration marketing.
of stone deposits. Investment analysis of quarry projects.
Extraction methods and design of quarries. Selection of MN 443 GEOSTATISTICS 3(3/3-0/0)
mining and hauling equipment for quarrying. Application of Pre: STAT 263 and MN 211; or
explosives in quarrying. Design of a stone crushing plant. consent of the instructor
Selection of stone crushing and sizing equipment.
Maintenance of quarrying equipment and the crushing plant. Introduction to Geostatistics. Applications of statistics and
Safety management and pollution control in quarrying. Laws mathematics of random functions to a study of spatial
and regulations in quarrying. correlation of geological and geographical parameters, and to
a more efficient estimation of these variables with meaningful
MN 422 GENERAL METALLURGY 3(3/3-0/0) statistical result.
Pre: ME 282
MN 444 MINE SYSTEM 3(3/3-0/0)
Principles in the extraction and refining of metals by hydro, ENGINEERING
pyro, and electro metallurgical techniques. The production of
Pre: STAT 263, MN 316 and MN 317
ferrous, non ferrous and rare metals from ores, concentrates,
or other raw materials. Refractory materials, the
manufacturing and use in metallurgical construction. Applications of operations research techniques in mining,
Applications of chemical and instrumental methods to mine design, and short-range and long-range mine planning.
determine the elemental constituent of ores, concentrates, Development and formulation of analysis techniques,
slags and metal products. Design of smelting furnaces. including uses of softwares to solve mining problems.
MN 423 APPLIED CHEMISTRY 3(3/3-0/0) MN 445 MINE MANAGEMENT 3(3/3-0/0)
IN AQUEOUS PROCESSING Pre: Fourth year standing
Pre: CHEM 103 or equivalent
Mine management fundamental. Decision making process,
Application of chemical and engineering principles to metal strategic planning, and organization for a mining and fuel
processing in aqueous systems: metallurgical extraction, mineral firm.
engineering material synthesis from extracted metals, and MN 446 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS 3(3/3-0/0)
treatment of the metal/material wastes. IN ENERGY AND RESOURCES
MN 433 MINERAL PROCESSING 3(3/3-0/0) INDUSTRIES
TECHNOLOGY Pre: STAT 263
Pre: MN 332
Applications of parametric techniques, research methodology,
A subject concerning the details continuing from mineral and an analysis of economic models to policy and planning
Dressing I and II stressing on plant design. issues in energy and resources industries. Modeling the two-
variable relationship, the k-variable relationship, the
MN 434 ASSAYING 3(2/2-1/3) nonlinear-variable relationship and the time series relationship
Pre: CHEM 102 in energy and resources industries.
512 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Pre: MN 316 and fourth year standing
MN 447 ANALYSIS OF ENERGY 3(3/3-0/0)
AND NONRENEWABLE The economics and mechanics of mine equipment selection;
RESOURCES MARKETS fundamental theory and characteristics of equipment of
Pre: MATH 161 or ECON 100 surface and underground mining including rock drill, drill rig,
excavator, bulldozer, loader, hauler, belt conveyor,
Economic analysis of policy and planning issues in energy locomotive, tunnel boring machine, etc.
and nonrenewable resources markets. Fundamental concepts
of production economics, modeling the market structures, MN 457 MINE
applications of the Game theory and principles of PLANT AND 3
nonrenewable resources exhaustion. (2/2-1/P)
MN 448 MEASUREMENT OF 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: MN 317 and CE 211
EFFICIENCY IN ENERGY
AND RESOURCES INDUSTRIES Structural analysis of roof trusses, columns, footing;
Pre: MATH 161 or STAT 263 indeterminated structural analysis; design of headframe, mine
hoist, ore bin, ore skip and man cage; pumping and handling
Applications of engineering, economic, statistical and
of mine slurry; power generator; mine ventilation; air
mathematical concepts in designing mathematical
compressor and drilling equipment.
programming and parametric methods to measure the
efficiency of a production process in energy and resource
industry. An analysis of the efficiency in the industry, Data MN 461 MINE HYGIENE AND 1(1/1-0/0)
Envelopment Analysis model, and to Stochastic Frontier SAFETY ENGINEERING
Analysis model. Pre: Fourth year standing
MN 451 MINE EQUIPMENT 3(3/3-0/0) Fundamental principles of accident prevention and mine
Pre: MN 311 and fourth year standing safety, accident causes, accident analysis, psychology of
prevention safety equipment.
Selection of mining equipment such as mine hoist, pumps,
air compressors, drilling machines and loading machinery for MN 462 MINE ENVIRONMENT 3(3/3-0/0)
surface and underground operations. Pre: Consent of the instructor
MN 452 MINE PLANT DESIGN 3(3/3-0/0) Mining, environment and the importance of environmental
Pre: ME 211 and fourth year standing problems, visual impact, air pollution and control of dust in
mine, mine ventilation, water in mine and control, noise
Graphic solution of simple beams and roof trusses, pollution and control, ground vibrations from blasting and air
Headframes, orebins, skip and cages, Mine hoists, Handling blast, transport, environmental problems of floatation reagents
of water for mining purposes. Compressed air, Mine haulage, in tailing water from mineral processing plant, reclaimation,
Power plant, Mine ventilation. waste utilization from mining, framework and scope of
environmental impact assessment.
MN 453 MINE VENTILATION 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: MN 211 MN 463 MINE SAFETY 3(3/3-0/0)
A study of the mine atmosphere and its control. Solution of air Pre: Fourth year standing
flow networks by numerical techniques. Ventilation of deep
mines. Design of mine ventilation systems. Fundamental principles of accident analysis and prevention;
mine safety management, accident, injuries and severity rate,
MN 454 MINE EQUIPMENT II 3(3/3-0/0) modern safety concept, safety program organization,
Pre: MN 456 or consent of the controlling physical condition, personal protection control,
instructor performance measurement and motivation, psychological
aspect of accident prevention, cost analysis.
Theory and engineering principle of Surface and
Underground mine-equipment. A unified method of approach MN 472 ROCK MECHANICS II 3(3/3-0/0)
to the analysis of the characteristics of mine equipment, Pre: MN 271
including, thermodynamics, Power measurement, traction,
fluid system, transmission system, tire and track, sterring
Theoretical and applied rock mechanics, beam theory applied
system, suspension, terramechanics, equipment performance,
to roof failure in tabular structures, slope stability, surface
machine management, human response to mine equipment.
subsidence, and construction of mine openings.
MN 455 BULK MATERIAL 3(3/3-0/0)
MN 473 TUNNELING 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: MN 271 or
Pre: Fourth year standing
consent of the instructor
Selection and design of transporting and handling methods for Classification and signification of tunnels; geological
bulk materials including belt conveying, bucket lifting, screw exploration; factors and effects on tunnels; engineering
conveying, apron conveying, drag conveying, vibrating classification of rock mass; instrumentation; stresses and the
conveying and feeding, crushing and screening, hoisting, bin design of underground opening in rock; tunneling support
and hopper storage, ventilation and dust collection. design; excavation methods; ventilation in tunnel, modern
MN 456 MINE EQUIPMENT 3(2/2-1/P)
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 513
MN 474 ROCK SLOPE 3(3/3-0/0)
ENGINEERING CPE 202 INTRODUCTION TO 2(1/1-1/P)
Pre: MN 271 INFORMATION SYSTEM
Fundamental mechanics and analysis of slope failure Pre: None
including plane, wedge, circular, and toppling failure.
Design of slope and reinforcement to prevent sliding. Introduction to information system engineering; Computer
systems; Communication systems; Information age;
MN 475 ROCK CUTTING 3(3/3-0/0) Information technology system applications to engineering
Pre: MN 271
CPE 203 INTRODUCTION TO 2(2/2-0/0)
Mechanics of rock cutting by picks, discs, toothed roller COMPUTERS
cutters and button cutters. Rock properties and cuttability Pre: None
assessment. Water-jet assisted rock cutting and drilling. Rock
cutting machine design and applications for competent and Basic computer architecture, computer components, binary
non-competent rocks. Dimension stone quarrying and systems, machine language; programming language; system
processing of granite and marble. Selection of appropriate programs: interpreter and compiler operation systems;
rock cutting technology. application programs, benefits of computers, and basic
MN 491 MINING 3(0/0-3/6)
ENGINEERING PROJECT CPE 204 PROGRAMMING 2(0/0-2/4)
Pre: Fourth year standing and LANGUAGE I
consent of the instructor Pre: None
A special topic or problem in mining engineering is assigned Introduction to structural programming, variables and
to the student for thorough investigation. Opportunity is variable declaration, structural commands, creating
afforded the student for original thinking and the application subroutines and functions, using files, using tools to help with
of mining research techniques. coding and debugging programs.
CPE 205 DATA STRUCTURES 3(3/3-0/0)
Courses in Computer Engineering AND ALGORITHMS
Course code CPE (261) Pre: CPE 102 or 203
CPE 101 INTRODUCTION TO 2(2/2-0/0) Concepts of data structures and Abstract Data (ADT).
COMPUTER ENGINEERING Algorithms and algorithm analysis. Lists, stacks, and queues
Pre: None ADT: Trees ADT: binary trees, search tree and/or Adelson-
Velskii and Landis (AVL) tree, splay tree. Hashing. Priority
Introduction to computers. Number systems. Basic computer queues or heaps. Sorting algorithms. Searching algorithms.
models. Concepts of computer components. Concepts of Fundamental graph theory.
computer languages. Concepts of system programs. Basic
information systems. CPE 206 PROGRAMMING 2(0/0-2/4)
CPE 102 PROGRAMMING 3(1/1-2/6) Pre: CPE 204
Pre: None Program design, top down and bottom-up design; program
correctness concepts; object oriented programming; using
Introduction to structural programming. Lexical elements, libraries; program documentation.
variables and operators. Flow of control. Subroutines. Array.
Basic algorithms. File Input/Output. CPE 207 BASIC COMPUTER 2(0/0-2/6)
CPE 200 OBJECT-ORIENTED 3(2/2-1/3) ENGINEERING LABORATORY
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE Pre: CPE 102
Pre: CPE 102 Basic network programming. Basic computer interfacing with
external devices using serial and parallel interface. Basic Unix
Object-oriented concepts. Classes and objects. Function administration.
overloading. Operator overloading. Inheritance. References.
Virtual functions. Templates. Exceptions. Advanced topics in CPE 208 NUMERICAL 3(3/3-0/0)
object-oriented programming languages. COMPUTATION FOR
CPE 201 INTRODUCTION TO 2(1/1-1/P) ENGINEERS
COMPUTER-AIDED Pre: CPE 102
ENGINEERING PROBLEMS Introduction to linear algebra for computer engineering.
SOLVING Accuracy and error propagation. Algorithms for systems of
Pre: None linear algebraic equations. Algorithms for finding solutions of
nonlinear equations. Solution techniques of Eigenvalue
Engineering problem solving concepts; Engineering problem problems. Curve fitting for analysis of experimental data.
solving planning; Computers as analysis tools; Computer Numerical differentation and integration. Numerical
languages and programming in engineering work; computation for differential equations and engineering
Engineering problems solving using computer. applications.
514 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
CPE 210 LOGIC AND DIGITAL 3(3/3-0/0)
CIRCUITS CPE 312 MICROPROCESSOR 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: CPE 101 or PHYS 102; or SYSTEMS II
PHYS 106 and PHYS 116 Pre: CPE 311
Elementary switching circuit theory; Number systems and Microprocessor Selection. Instruction Descriptions and
codes; Logic gates and Boolean algebra; Minimization of Microprocessor Programming Techniques. System
logic functions; Flip-flops; Analysis and synthesis of Connection and Timing. Interrupts and Interrupt Service
combinational logic functions. Procedures. Analog and Digital Interfacing. Multiple
Processor Systems and Buses. Data Communications.
CPE 212 LOGIC AND DIGITAL 1(0/0-1/3) Representative Applications of Microprocesors.
Pre: Concurrent to CPE 210 CPE 313
Experiments on Switching Circuits. Gating Circuits. Boolean (3/3-0/0)
Function Simplification Methods and Implementations. AND INTERFACING
Combinational and Sequential Logic Circuits Design.
(Formerly CPE 311 since 2003)
CPE 213 ELECTRONIC DEVICES 3(3/3-0/0) (Formerly name: MICROPROCESSOR
IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING SYSTEMS since 2003)
Pre: EE 211 Pre: CPE 210
Introduction to semiconductors. P-N junctions. Diodes and Microprocessor-Based System: microprocessor, memory and
special-purpose diodes. Bipolar junction transistors. Input/Output (I/O) interfacing. Assembly language
Transistor bias circuits. Small-signal bipolar amplifiers. Field- programming. Software development systems and assemblers.
Effect Transistors (FET) and biasing. Small-signal FET Microprocessor instructions and programming techniques.
amplifiers. Amplifier frequency response. Basic operational Stacks and subroutines. Interrupts. Programmable interface
amplifiers. devices. Programmable timers and counters. Serial I/O and
data communication. Application programs and software
CPE 281 COMPUTER 3(2/2-1/2) design. Trends in microprocessor technology.
ENGINEERS CPE 314 MICROPROCESSOR 1(0/0-1/3)
Pre: None LABORATORY
Pre: Concurrent to CPE 313
(Transferred to ENGR 201 since 2005)
System development tool. Addressing mode. Assembly
CPE 301 COMPUTER 2(0/0-2/4) language programming. Memory interfacing. Parallel
ENGINEERING LABORATORY I Input/Output interfacing. Serial Input/Output interfacing.
Pre: CPE 210 Supporting devices interfacing. Real time system design.
Language Programming Techniques. Microcomputer CPE 315 DIGITAL SYSTEM 3(3/3-0/0)
CPE 302 Pre: CPE 210
(0/0-2/4) Basic of digital system design for computer. Bus structure and
ENGINEERING LABORATORY II interfacing technique. Characteristics of digital Integrated
Pre: CPE 301 Circuits (IC). Semiconductor memory and central processing
unit. Counter and register circuits design using simplification
Computer Hardwares. Single-Board Microcomputer method. Noise filter design in digital circuits. Introduction to
Applications. Computer Automation and Computer-Aided Hardware Description Language (HDL) for digital system
Environments. design. HDL design for sequential and combinational digital
circuits. IC implementation on Field Programmable Gate
CPE 303 COMPILER DESIGN 3(3/3-0/0) Arrays (FPGA).
Pre: MATH 281
CPE 320 COMPUTER 3(3/3-0/0)
Introduction to compiler design. Compiler process and ARCHITECTURE
structure. Theory of computation. Regular expression. Finite Pre: CPE 211 and CPE 212
automata. Regular and nonregular languages. Lexical
analysis. Context-free grammars. Syntax analysis. Syntax- Computer system organization, control units, memory units,
directed translation. Intermediate code generation. Code I/O units and CPU; interconnection systems; bus, contention;
generation. Code optimization. Compiler design tools. operations of computers; operations of instructions;
CPE 304 COMPUTER 3(3/3-0/0) addressing modes; stack computers; Basic parallel
ARCHITECTURE architectures and RISC computers.
Pre: CPE 210 CPE 322 COMPUTER 3(3/3-0/0)
HARDWARE DESIGN II
Introduction to computer architecture. The role of Pre: CPE 321
performance. Machine arithmetic. Datapath design. Control
design. Pipelining. Memory organization. Input/Output (I/O)
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 515
Memory Organization. Input/Output Systems. System Design concepts, tools and techniques; top-down design and
Organization. Introduction to Parallel processing. Modern modular design; software tools; debugging; test data; software
Ideas in Computer Design. reliability, errors, faults and estimating; reliability models;
availability models; software management techniques; cost
CPE 331 PRINCIPLES OF 3(3/3-0/0) estimation, software maintenance.
Pre: EE 215 CPE 364 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND 3(3/3-0/0)
DESIGN IN COMPUTER
Classical Analysis of feedback control systems. Sampling and
Pre: CPE 205
Reconstruction. Digital Control Systems. State - Space
Analysis of Sampled - Data Systems. Microprocessor-Based Fundamentals of system analysis and design. System analysis.
Control Systems. Introduction to Robotic Controls System design. System construction and implementation.
System testing. Advanced analysis and design methods.
CPE 333 COMPUTER THEORY 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: CPE 320 CPE 371 FUNDAMENTALS OF 3(3/3-0/0)
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
Automata theory; regular expressions, finite automata, Pre: MATH 362 and EE 211
transition graphs, regular and nonregular language; pushdown
automata theory; Context-free grammar, regular grammars Introduction to signals and systems. Sinusoids. Spectrum
Chomsky Normal Form (CNF), pushdown automata (PDA), representation. Z-transform. Sampling and aliasing. Finite-
decidability; computability; introduction to touring theory, P duration Impulse Response (FIR) filters. Infinite-duration
and NP problems. Impulse Response (IIR) filters. Applications.
CPE 334 FUNDAMENTALS OF 3(2/2-1/P) CPE 372 PRINCIPLES OF 3(3/3-0/0)
COMPUTER NETWORKS CONTROL SYSTEMS
Pre: MATH 362
Pre: CPE 207
Introduction to control engineering. Models of physical
Introduction to computer network. Transmission media. systems. Block diagrams. Signal-flow graphs and transfer
Computer network equipment. Basic concept of Local Area functions. State-variable models. System responses. Control-
Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) systems. system characteristics. Stability analysis. Root-locus analysis
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and design. Frequency-response analysis and design.
network concepts and implementation. Basic network Computer control systems.
management. Basic network security.
CPE 400 COMPUTER 3(0/0-3/P)
CPE 341 FUNDAMENTALS OF 3(2/2-1/P) ENGINEERING TRAINING
DATABASE MANAGEMENT Pre: Approval by the department
Pre: CPE 205 Training in computer engineering with consulting engineer(s)
or industry or equivalent job under supervision of engineer(s)
Concept of database and database management. Data models or trainer(s) and/or instructor(s); training report is needed to
and their relationships. Elementary database design. Query be approved by the training committee.
language. Normalization. Data integrity and security. Object-
based database. Storage and file structure. Basic concept of CPE 401 COMPUTER 2(0/0-2/4)
ENGINEERING LABORATORY III
transaction, concurrency and recovery techniques.
Pre: CPE 302
CPE 360 SYSTEM PROGRAMMING 3(3/3-0/0) Computer Hardwares. Operation System Environments,
Pre: CPE 211 and CPE 212 Computer Communication and Networks. Artificial
Review of machine structure, machine language and assembly
language; assemblers’ processes: address binding, linker and CPE 402 COMPUTER 2(0/0-2/4)
loader; introduction to formal systems and programming ENGINEERING LABORATORY IV
languages; compilers’ processes; operating systems. Pre: CPE 401
CPE 362 DATABASE 3(3/3-0/0) Computer database system concepts, multimedia systems,
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DESIGN high performance networking, advanced programming
Pre: CPE 205 languages.
Database concepts: goals, data independence, relationships, CPE 403 OPERATING SYSTEMS 3(3/3-0/0)
logic and physical organizations, scheme and subscheme: data Pre: CPE 304
models; hierarchical network and relational database models;
Review of computer architecture. Introduction to Operating
data normalization; first, second, and third normal forms of
Systems (OS). Process management. Central Processing Unit
data relations; canonical schemas; data description languages; (CPU) management. Process synchronization. Process
query language; file organization and file security; data deadlock handling. Memory management: paging,
integrity and reliability. segmentation and virtual memory systems. File and device
management. Security and protection of OS.
CPE 363 SOFTWARE 3(3/3-0/0) CPE 411 PARALLEL PROCESSING 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: CPE 206
516 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
remote data communication, data transceiver by radio or light
(Formerly name: wave, security of wireless data communication, spectrum and
INTRODUCTION TO bandwidth of wireless data communication. Digital
PARALLEL PROCESSING since modulation and wireless network standard, wireless computer
2003) network connection from LAN and LAN between buildings,
line of sight connection, point-to-point and multi-point
Pre: Consent of the instructor wireless computer network system, operation of antenna
system for wireless computer network system, wireless
Introduction to parallel processing. Parallel architectures. computer network system design and implementation,
Problems suited for parallel processing. Parallel algorithms. centralized management of network system.
Parallel programming environments. Introduction to
distributed systems. Models of distributed systems. CPE 430 WIRELESS COMPUTER 3(3/3-0/0)
Distributed algorithms. Distributed programming NETWORK SYSTEM
environments. Pre: EE 342 and CPE 334
CPE 412 DIGITAL SIGNAL 3(3/3-0/0) Introduction to wireless network systems. Spectrum and
PROCESSING FOR bandwidth of wireless data communication. Digital
COMPUTER ENGINEERING modulation. Wireless computer network standard. Wireless
Pre: EE 215 computer network connections. Operation of point to point
and multi-point wireless computer networks. Operation of
Signal theory; speech processing; image processing and real antenna system for wireless computer network systems.
time DSP; the fundamental of signal processing concepts; Wireless computer network design and implementation.
applications of signal processing techniques. Centralized management of wireless computer network
CPE 413 VERY LARGE SCALE 3(3/3-0/0)
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT CPE 433 NETWORK 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: CPE 334
(Formerly CPE 438 since 2003) Introduction to network programming. Open system
Pre: CPE 210
interconnectivity reference model: programming point of
Integrated circuit technology; design and implementation of view. Client-server working model and implementation.
very large scale integrated circuits; design criteria; stick Transmission Control protocol transmission control protocol
diagram; CAD tools; layout generators, simulators, and plot sockets. Input/Output multiplexing. User Datagram Protocol
tools; connecting I/O pads; examples of designed systems, and sockets. Raw sockets. Name and addressing conversion.
fabrication processes. Deamon process and superserver. Threading. Advanced issues
in networking programming.
CPE 421 COMPUTER 3(3/3-0/0)
(Formerly CPE 321 since 2003) APPLICATIONS
Pre: CPE 321 or consent of the
Pre: CPE 304 instructor
Hardware design environment. Basic concept and modeling. Design of Microcomputer Systems for Applications to
Design methodology. Modeling abstractions and related Communications, Biomedical Instruments, Computer-Aided
language constructs. Design organization, parameterization and Instruction, and Industrial Instrumentation etc.
simulation. Logic circuit design example. Central Processing
Unit (CPU) modeling. Hardware Description Language CPE 435 MICROCOMPUTER 3(3/3-0/0)
(HDL) design and systhesis. INTERFACING
CPE 422 Pre: CPE 321 or consent of
MICROPROGRAMMING the instructor
Pre: CPE 322 or consent of the Microcomputer Architecture. Assembly Language
instructor Programming. Simple Parallel Input/Output. Handshaking
Input/Output and Bidirectional Input /Output. Single and
A simple microcoded State Machine. Concepts and Multi-level Interrupts. Data Transfer via Serial Lines.
Principles of Microprogrammed Control. Structure of Micro- Numerically Intensive calculation using Co- Processors. Use
programmed computers. Microprogrammed Input/Output. of High-Level Languages in Interfacing.
Microprogramming for Data manipulation. Micro-
programming to access external Memories. Using VLSI to CPE 436 BIOMEDICAL 3(3/3-0/0)
build a practical high performance Processor. INSTRUMENTATIONS
CPE 423 (Formerly CPE 461)
WIRELESS COMPUTER 3 Pre: CPE 475
(3/3-0/0) Biomedical Instruments and the measurement of
Pre: EE 441 Physiological Events. Resistive Transducers, Capacitive
Transducers, Inductive Transducers, Photoelectric Transducers.
Piezoelectric Transducers. Piezoelectric Transducers.
Introduction to wireless network system, wire and wireless
Thermoelectric Devices. Chemical Transducers. Electrodes.
devices, technology of wireless computer network system,
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 517
Stimulators and Stimulation. Detection of Physiological systems. Decision support systems. Expert systems.
Events by Impedances. The Bioelectric Events. Radiated Interorganizational and international information systems.
Energy Devices. Anesthesia and anesthesia Equipments.
Reproduction of Events. CPE 447 NETWORK AND 3(3/3-0/0)
CPE 439 COMPUTER-AIDED 1(0/0-1/3) Pre: CPE 334
LABORATORY Introduction to network and information security. Security
policy specifications and evaluation. Firewalls. Hardening of
Pre: CPE 331
Operating Systems. Authentication and authorization.
Data Acquisition Systems in Industry. Microprocessor-Based Monitoring, audit and review. Secret-key and public-key
Instruments. Automatic Control Systems. Digital Signal encryption. Digital signature and certification. World-Wide-
Processing in Instrumentation and Digital Image Processing. Web security. E-mail security. General network
transportation security. Social and non-technical issues.
CPE 441 COMPUTER NETWORK 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: CPE 321 CPE 451 NEURAL NETWORKS 3(3/3-0/0)
Fundamental concepts of computer network; Network
architecture; Seven-layer architecture; Method and protocol
(Formerly name: ARTIFICIAL
for each layer; Examples of temporary network models. NEURAL NETWORKS since
CPE 442 OPERATING SYSTEMS
Pre: CPE 320
Review of computer structures, introduction to OS; process
management: CPU management, cooperative processes, Introduction to neural networks. Learning process. Single
synchronization and deadlock handling; memory management; layer perceptrons. Least-mean-square algorithm. Multilayer
paging, segmentation and virtual memory systems; file and perceptrons. Radial-basis function networks. Recurrent
device management; security and protection of OS. networks rooted in statistical physics. Support vector
machines. Committee machines. Principal components
CPE 443 COMPUTER NETWORK 3(3/3-0/0) analysis. Self-organizing maps.
DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT
CPE 452 ARTIFICIAL 3(3/3-0/0)
(Formerly name: COMPUTER INTELLIGENCE
NETWORK SYSTEM DESIGN Pre: CPE 205
MANAGEMENT since 2003) Introduction to intelligent knowledge-based systems.
Pre: CPE 334 or CPE 441 Knowledge representation and manipulation. Rule-based
expert systems. Uncertainty management in rule-based expert
Computer network review. Principles and architecture of systems. Fuzzy expert systems. Frame-based expert systems.
enterprise network design. Small and large backbone design. Basic natural language processing. Languages and
Network management. Case studies of network design and programming techniques for artificial intelligence.
management. Evolutionary computation. Hybrid intelligent systems.
CPE 444 ADVANCED DATABASE 3(3/3-0/0) CPE 453
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DIGITAL IMAGE 3
Pre: CPE 341 (3/3-0/0)
Concepts of physical database design. Querying techniques.
Transactions. Concurrency controls. Recovery systems.
Database system architectures. Parallel databases. Distributed
(Formerly CPE 496 since 2003)
Pre: MATH 362
databases. Trends in database technologies and developments
of database applications. Fundamental concepts of digital image. Image enhancement
in the spatial domain. Image enhancement in frequency
CPE 445 BROADBAND 3(3/3-0/0) domain. Image restoration. Discrete image transform.
Wavelet and multiresolution processing. Image segmentation.
Pre: CPE 334
Computer network review. Protocol architecture and design. CPE 454 PATTERN RECOGNITION 3(3/3-0/0)
High speed Local Area Networks (LANs) and Wide Area Pre: EE 301
Networks (WANs). Network congestion and traffic
management. Network and traffic modeling. Fast switching Introduction to pattern recognition. Statistical pattern
architecture and analysis. Optical networks. Wireless recognition. Supervised learning using parametric and
networks. nonparametric approaches. Linear classifiers. Unsupervised
learning and clustering. Feature selection. Syntactic pattern
CPE 446 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3(3/3-0/0) recognition.
Pre: CPE 364
CPE 455 FUZZY SET THEORY 3(3/3-0/0)
Introduction to information systems and role of information Pre: Consent of the instructor
systems in organizations. Characteristics of organizations.
Ethical and social impact of information systems. Computer Introduction to fuzzy sets theory. Classical logic and set
and information processing. Telecommunications. Plan and theory. Basic concepts and properties of fuzzy sets. Classical
design of organizations with information systems. relations. Fuzzy relations. Fuzzy arithmetic. Fuzzy logic.
Management information systems. Executive information Fuzzy applications.
518 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
CPE 460 COMPILER DESIGN 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: Fourth year standing Discrete-time signals and systems, z-transform. Sampling of
Model language, target machine and model compiler; continuous-time signals. Transform analysis of linear time-
compiler processes and structures; analysis and generation; invariant systems. Discrete Fourier transform. Filter design
syntactic theory and analysis; lexical analysis; a recursive techniques. Adaptive filter theory. Unsupervised adaptive
descent analyzer; semantic table organization, contents and filtering. Advanced applications.
usage; the code generation interface; forms of object codes;
absolute machine codes, relocatiable and interpretive object CPE 472 ROBOTICS 3(3/3-0/0)
codes; data representation; unstructured data-types, arrays, Pre: CPE 372
records, etc; allocating and accessing data storage: the run
time stack, variables, parameters, dynamic storage, Introduction to Robotics. Homogeneous transformations.
implementation procedure call; object code generation; Kinematic equations. Solving kinematic equations.
runtime error checks and diagnostics. Differential relationships. Robot arms. Dynamics of robot
CPE 463 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3(3/3-0/0) arms. Static forces in robot arms. Robotic control.
Pre: Fourth year standing
CPE 473 COMPUTER - AIDED 3(3/3-0/0)
Introduction to information systems and information MANUFACTURING
technology; basic management information systems; concepts
and implementation methods; management information
systems in finance; management information systems in
industry; electronic data interchange; etc. (Formerly CPE 431 since 2003)
Pre: CPE 372 or consent of the
CPE 464 COMPUTER SIMULATION 3(3/3-0/0)
MODELING AND ANALYSIS Introduction to Manufacturing and Process Engineering.
(Formerly name: COMPUTER Programmable Logic Controller. Data Communication and
Local Area Network in Manufacturing. Fundamentals of
SIMULATOR since 2003) Numerical Control. Numerical Control Programming.
Industrial Robotics. Process Planning. AI in Manufacturing.
Pre: Consent of the instructor
Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing.
Model formulation and discrete systems. Types of simulation
and their applications. Finite difference methods. Finite CPE 474 REAL-TIME COMPUTER 3(3/3-0/0)
element method. Basic computational systems for fluid CONTROL
dynamics. Simulation with particles. Random number
generation. Simulation database and statistical considerations.
Design of experiments. Analysis of model results.
CPE 465 COMPUTER GRAPHICS 3(3/3-0/0)
(Formerly CPE 432 since 2003)
Pre : CPE 200 or consent of the Pre: CPE 372 or consent of the
Introduction to computer graphics. Geometric objects and Introduction to Real - Time Systems. Concepts of Computer
transformations. Modeling shapes with polygonal meshes. Control. Computer Hardware Requirements for Real - Time
Two and three-dimensional viewing. Rendering surfaces for Application. Control Algorithms and Implementations. Design of
visual realism. Fractal algorithms. Curve and surface design. Real - Time Systems. Real - Time Languages. Worked
Color theory. Hidden surface removal. Ray tracing. Texture Examples.
mapping. Graphics design tools.
CPE 475 INSTRUMENTATION 3(3/3-0/0)
CPE 466 SOFTWARE 3(3/3-0/0) SYSTEMS
Pre: CPE 364 or consent of the
Project management concepts. Software processes and project
(Formerly CPE 332)
metrics. Software project planning. Risk analysis and
management. Project scheduling and tracking. Software Pre:
quality assurance. Software configuration management.
Measurement and error. Measurement units systems.
CPE 467 SYSTEM PROGRAMMING 3(3/3-0/0) Standards of measurement. Electromechanical indicating
Pre: CPE 313 instruments. Bridge measurements. Electronic instruments for
measuring basic parameters. Oscilloscopes. Signal generation.
Introduction to system programming. Machine structure. Signal analysis. Frequency counters and time-interval
Machine language. Mneumonic machine language. Assembly measurements. Transducers. Data acquisition systems and
language. Assemblers design. Macro-language and macro-
computer-controlled test systems.
processor design. Loading scheme and loaders design. Design
and development of language translators
. CPE 476 BIOMEDICAL 3(3/3-0/0)
CPE 471 ADVANCED DIGITAL 3(3/3-0/0) INSTRUMENTS
SIGNAL PROCESSING Pre: EE 211
Pre: CPE 371 or consent of the
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 519
Introduction to biomedical instruments. Basic principles of Computer graphics application; animation, CAD/CAM,
transducer and materials. Sources of bioelectric potentials. presentation, graphic art, and simulation; overview of interactive
Electrodes. Cardiovascular instruments. Virtual hospital and graphics; definition of terms, interactive methods, and 2, 2½
telemedicine systems. Patient-care and monitoring systems. and 3 dimension representation; examples of multimedia
Biotelemetry and computed tomography (CT) systems. applications and of computer graphics systems.
Digital computers in biomedical instrumentation. Electrical
safety of medical equipment. CPE 497 SELECTED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
CPE 477 COMPUTERIZED 3(3/3-0/0) Pre: Fourth Year Standing
Topics of current interest and new developments in various
INSTRUMENTATION fields of computer software.
CPE 498 SELECTED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: Fourth Year Standing
(Formerly CPE 437 since 2003) Topics of current interest and new developments in various
Pre: CPE 371 fields of computer networking.
Digital techniques in Instrumentation. Practical Aspects in CPE 499 SELECTED TOPICS IN 3(3/3-0/0)
Design Problems. Design of Intelligent Microcomputer - COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Based Instruments. Microprocessors in Data Acquisition Pre: Fourth Year Standing
Systems. Digital Signal Processing in Instrumentation.
Communication Interfaces. Topics of current interest and new developments in various
fields of computer engineering in computational intelligence.
CPE 491 PROJECT SURVEY 1(0/0-1/P)
Pre: Fourth year standing major only
This is a preparation course for students intending to enroll in
the course CPE 492 PROJECT in the next semester. The
student will carry out literature survey of preliminary studies
and/or experiments in order to arrive at a feasible topic to be
persued as his chosen senior project. The students are required
to submit a written report outlining the topics they have
studied and giving details of the work-plan and time-schedule
of the intended project. The report will be evaluated (S or U).
CPE 492 PROJECT 3(0/0-3/9)
Pre: CPE 491
Special investigation or studies of any topic in computer
engineering to be carried out by an individual student or a
group of students under the supervision of an advisor. A
written report must be submitted at completion of the course
and an oral examination will be given by a committee.
CPE 493 SEMINAR 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: Fourth Year Standing
Theoretical Studies in Computer Engineering under a
supervision of a faculty member. An elementary research
problem. A written report and oral examination.
CPE 494 ADVANCED TOPIC IN 3(3/3-0/0)
COMPUTER ENGINEERING I
(Formerly name : ADVANCED
TOPIC IN COMPUTER
Pre: Fourth Year Standing
Topics of current interest and new developments in various
fields of computer engineering.
CPE 495 COMPUTER GRAPHICS 3(3/3-0/0)
Pre: Fourth year standing