Courses Fall 2016:

Course                                                        
Section Day/Hours Room No.
Engineering Thermodynamic S1
S & T (10:00 - 11:30) 
E/ 109
Engineering Thermodynamic
S2
S & T (14:00 - 15:30) 
E/ 109
Engineering Economy (1 CH)
S1
S & T (8:00 - 9:30)
E/ 108





1) Fluid Mechanics and Lab:

This course serves as a quantitative introduction to the principles of fluid mechanics and its applications in industrial and engineering problems. The course covers the fundamentals of fluid mechanics, including analyzing forces related to hydro and aerostatics as well as hydro and aerodynamics, fluid flows in closed and open channels, losses in piping systems, and fluid measurement. Additional topics to be covered include fluid machinery such as pumps and turbines, and the design of fluid systems. The Lab offers experiments in fundamental and applied fluid mechanics.

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2) Hydraulics Engineering and Lab:

This course is designed to offer the principles of Hydraulics and its applications in industrial and engineering problems. The course covers the fundamentals of fluid mechanics and hydraulics, including analyzing forces related to hydrostatics and hydrodynamics, water flows in closed and open channels, and losses in piping systems. Additional topics to be covered include hydraulic machinery such as pumps and turbines, measurement of flow, and the design of hydraulic structures. The Lab offers experiments in fundamental and applied fluid mechanics.
3) Engineering Economy:

Topics covered in this course include foundations of Engineering Economy, principles of economic equivalence, how time and interest affect money, nominal and effective interest rates, present worth analysis, annual worth analysis, rate of return analysis, benefit/cost analysis and public sector projects, breakeven and payback analysis, replacement decisions, and depreciation methods.
4) General Physics (Mechanics):

This course is one of the fundamental courses for engineers, who should be familiar with the basic natural science and its applications. In this course, students will learn the fundamental concepts of classical mechanics such as motion, work, energy, fluids and heat, and learn how to solve mechanical and technical problems. Furthermore, students will receive practice in using simple models to describe systems through laboratory work.

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