First Stage

Mathematics II

Analytical geometry. Circles – parabola – ellipse – hyperbola Translation of axes equationsThe hyperbolic functions. Derivative and integral formulas Inverse hyperbolic functions The hanging cablePartial derivativesFunctions of two or more variablesGeometrical meaning of partial derivatives. Higher order partial derivatives Total differentials Relative minima and maxima of functions of two variablesLagrange multipliersMultiple integrals. Methods of integration ummation in two directions , areasThe polar coordinates system. Area with polar coordinates Volume of solid of integration. Moments and center of mass Vectors.

In surface and in space>.uations of linesEquations of planes (Argued Diagram). somplex numbers. Basic definitions The geometric representations of the complex numbers. Basic operations with complex numbers Differential equations. IntroductionSolutionsFirst-order equations with variables separable. First-order linear equationsFirst-order equations with exact differentials. Special types of second-order equationsLinear equations with constant coefficients. Homogeneous linear second-order differential equations with constant coefficients. Non- homogeneous linear second-order differential equations with constant coefficients. Higher-order linear differential equations with constant coefficients.

Sequence and series.Introduction and definitions. Tests for convergence of a series of constants. Taylor`s theorem with remainder. Application to max-min theory for functions of two independent variables or more. Alternating series: conditional convergence.Maclaurin series.

Strength of materials

Simple Stress Average Normal Stress Average Shear Stress.Allowable StressDesign of simple connections Simple StrainStrainStress – Strain DiagramHook's LawShear DeformationPoisson's RatioStatically Indeterminate MembersThermal StressTorsion Torsion FormulaAngle of TwistPower TransmissionShear and Moment Diagrams Equilibrium and Section MethodGraphical MethodStresses in BeamsFlexural FormulaUnsymmetric BendingShear FormulaShear Flow in Built -up MembersShear CenterDesign of Beams and ShaftsPrismatic beam designShaft DesignComposite BeamsDifferent Materials Beams Stress TransformationPlane – Stress TransformationGeneral Equations of Plane – Stress TransformationMohr's CircleDeflectionElastic CurveSlope and Displacement by integrationDiscontinuity FunctionsMoment – Area MethodSuperposition MethodColumnsCritical LoadColumns having Various Types of SupportsSecant FormulaComputer applications

Strength of materials/ Laboratory

Introduction Experiment1 :Tension test of metals ,automated testingExperiment2 :Torsion test of metallic materials.Experiment3 :Stress ,strain and deflection of steel beams in pure bending Experiment4 :Strain measurements aluminum beamsExperiment5 : Compression test of steel columns Surveying Engineering

introduction : Types of surveying , elementary surveying , the use of surveying, units of measurements Drawing, scaleErrors in surveying : types of errors,precision, accuracy, Measurements of horizontal distances:Equipment used , direct and indirect measurement of H. distances ,detail survey , difficulties against measurement ,EDMS Leveling :Basic definitions ,leveling instruments ,types of leveling ,reduced level calculations , closing error , degree of accuracy ,corrections ,curvature and refractions errors, test andadjustment of levels , Reciprocal leveling.Angles and directions:Directions, the instruments used (theodolites )method of angle measurement, direction calculations. Traversing:Types oftraverse , coordinates counting , traverse adjustment .Measurements of area :Methods of measurementTachiometric survey:Types of tachiometricsurvey ,detail survey, traversing and leveling by stadia method .Contour lines :Method of wrawing con . linesVolumes:Volume from cross- section ,volume from rectangular grids .Horizontal and vertical curves :Calculation of simple horizontal curve ,method of simple H. curve location ,compound H. curve, vertical curve, v. curve calculation.Total station , the categories of total station instruments and their features , the common application of total stations.The principle of GPS and its usein land surveying ,GPS components and basic facts ,GPS applications.Remote sensing introduction ,types , features and applications 

Surveying Eng.Laboratory

Equipments used in distance measurements. Tape survey , detail survey , drawing of maps. Type of leveling instruments.Leveling between two points , by leveling instrument.Closed leveling , closing error estimation.Profile, using leveling instrument.Cross sections by leveling instrument.Contour lines , grid method.Two peg test for level Inst.Area by lanimeter.Compass.The theodolites.The use of theodolite in raversing.EDMS.Tachometer.Modern S. Instruments, The total station and it`s applications.The Global PositionSystem (GPS) and it’s applications.Introduction to remote. ensing, and it`s Eng. application. Building construction

Types of building and construction stage.Earthworks : excavation , earth filling. Footing and foundation : types of foundations ,relative between soil and foundations. Piles : types of piles , piles test.Brick works : types of brick , engineering properties of brick , types of bond.Masonry works : types of masonry works , engineering properties of masonry. Forms and scaffoldings.Column.Floors and roofs.Beam and girders. Concrete works.Arches , lintels and sills.Damp proofing.Means of moving between levels. Doors and windows.Fire places and chimneys.Joints in buildings



Definition of democracy properties of democracyTheadministrative corruption and financial Basis of democracy .Disciplines and securities of freedoms. The political securities of the public freedoms.Types of freedoms in Islam .The nature of freedoms in Islam.The nature of freedoms.The personal freedom .The freedom of transferring ,security and residence .The eighteenth article of the international covenantThe principles of the personal freedom in Islam .Freedom of non-Muslim .The right of personal protection . The freedom of doctrine and worshipThe freedom of opposition and forming parties The freedom of religion with one word in the political regimesThe freedom of the political participationsThe political and social freedomThe freedom of education ,teaching and learning The first and The thirteenth articles of the international covenantThe freedom of social and healthy careThe right of getting job and employmentThe democratic ideology in Europe Forms of democracyThe semi-direct democracThe principle of the majority rule Achieving the majority discipline by different waysThe general polling

Heat transfer and thermodynamics

Introduction to heat transfer science and general definition. Introduction to types of heat transfer .-Conduction heat transfer-factors affecting on conduction heat transfer-thermal conductivity-surface contact.Convection heat transfer Radiation heat transfer.Steady -state conduction – one dimensionThermal insulation and its typesConduction through a composite wallsRadial system- cylinders


Scope of thermodynamic. -Fundamental quantities.-Secondaryquantities.Joul`s experimental. -Internal energy.Formation the first law of thermodynamic.-Closed system. -Thermodynamic state and state function.-Enthalpy.Steady state flow process. The ideal gas:-The equation of state.-Constant volume process. -Constant pressure process.-Constant temperature process.-The adiabatic process.-Poly tropic process


Fluid properties. Fluid pressure and 1st measurement.Hydraulic force on submerged bodies – hydrostatic forces on plane surface.- hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces. Linear accelerated fluidAngular accelerated fluid.Classification of fluid flow.Continuity equation (mass conservation)./applicationBernoulli equation (energy conservation). /application Momentum equation(momentum conservation). /applicationReal fluid flow in pipes. Pipes connection – in series.Pipes connection -in parallel.Branches .Pipe net works. Measurement of fluid flowOpen channel flow /introduction.Force actions on submerged bodies within flow region.Similitude

Fluid mechanicsLaboratory

Hydrostatic force on a submerge surface Bernoulli’s theorem.Flow through an orifrce .Characteristics of flow over a notch Forced vortexApplication of a ventureImpact of a jet.Friction loss in pipes Reynolds’s numberHydraulic jump in horizontal and rectangular channel The discharge beneath a sluice gateApplication of an orifice plate in the measurement of flow rate.Current meterParshall flume

Concrete technology

Portland cement/historical note , Manufacture of Portland cement & chemical composition of Portland cement .Hydration of cement.Volume of product of hydration.Tests on physical properties of cement.Types of Portland cement, ordinary Portland cement, special type of Portland cement, rapid-hardening Portland cement, low heat Portland cement, sulfate-resisting cement, white cement, natural cement, expanding cement, aluminous cement .Aggregate, general classification of agg. ,properties of agg.Bulking of sand, deleterious substances in aggregate .Soundness of aggregate, alkali-agg. Reaction.Sieve analysis: grading curves; fineness modulus grading requirements, practical grading, grading of fine& coarse agg. Fresh concrete; consistence of concrete.Workability; measurements of workability, factors affecting workability.Segregation-bleeding-mixing of concrete.Compaction of concrete, concerting in hot weather.Strength of conc. &types.Factors effecting on strength of conc. , factors affect on testing of hardened of conc.Curing of concrete and types of curing.Modulus of elasticity of passion ratio.Volumetric change ,creep ,shrinkage.Mixing design, American method of mix design &B.S method.Non-destrictivetest ,pulsevelocity.Discussion of report in the tech. of concrete

Concrete technologyLaboratory

Cement: standard consistence test.initial and final setting time test. soundness test. fineness test.A-air permeability method.B-Blaine method compression strength of cement mortar test.Aggregate:1-sampling of aggregate. sieve analysis of aggregate. flakiness and elongation index of aggregate test. specific gravity (relative density )and absorption of aggregate test bulk density and spaces of aggregate test.6-moisture content of aggregate test. impact value of aggregate test.8-curching value of aggregate test organic impurities .test of clay vabio and other fine materials in aggregate.Concrete: mixing and making optimum fresh concrete in lap.flow.kelly ball penetration test. slump test.compacting factors test.6-remoulding test.vebe test.density of fresh concrete test.-compressive strength of concrete test.flexial strength of concrete test.density fresh concrete test.test the compressive strength that equals the cubic compressive strength by using parts of

Computer programs

Introduction : (Fortran 77 Compatibility – Development of Fortran 90 – The Fortran 90 Language Standard).Fortran Concepts and Terms : (Program Organization – Data Environment – Program Execution -Ordering Requirements).Language Elements : (The Processor Characters Set – Source Form – Rules for Fixed/Free Source Form).Data Types :Building the Data Environment for a Problems Solution – Intrinsic Data Types – Derived Types – Structure Constructors).Using Data: (Constants and Variables – Structure Components – Array – Pointers and AL ocatable Arrays).Expressions and Assignment – Introduction to Fortran 90 Expressions – Formation of Expressions -Interpretation of Expressions -Evaluation of Expressions).Controlling Execution : (The Execution Sequence -Blocks and Executable Constructs -IF Construct and IF Statement-The DO Construct).Input and Output Processing: (Records, Files, Access Methods, and Units – Data Transfer Statements-Error and Other Conditions in Input/Output Statements – The OPEN Statement – The CLOSE Statement -File Positioning Statements).Input and Output Editing :(Explicit Formatting -Format Specifications -Character String Edit Descriptor Form -Formatted Data Transfer-File Positioning by Format Control-Numeric Editing -Logical Editing-Character Editing -List-Directed Formatting).Functions : (Inquiry and Numeric Manipulation Functions – Transfer and Conversion Functions – Computation Function -Array Functions -Intrinsic .subroutines

Computer programsLaboratory

Introduction. Application of Fortran Concepts and Terms.Application of Language Elements. Application of Data Types.Application of Using Data.Application of Expressions and Assignment. Application of Controlling Execution.Application of Input and Output Processing. Application of Input and Output Editing.Application of Functions

Second Stage

Foundation engineering

Introduction: Foundation Definition, Importance And Purpose.Foundation Classification. Foundation Requirements.Parameters And Factors Used In The Design Of Foundations. Site Investigation:Definition, Purpose. Subsurface Exploration Program.Soil Boring ethods:(Trial Pit Method, Rotary Drilling, Wash Boring, Percussion Drilling, Continuous Flight Auger) Soil Sampling:Disturb Samples And Undisturb Samples Exploration Methods: (Split Spoon Method, Shelby Tubes Method, Piston Sampler.Degree Of Sample Disturbance. Field Tests:Field Density Tests, Standard Penetration Test, Vane Shear Test, Permeability Test, Plate Loading Test).Soil InvestigationBearing Capacity :Footing On C-Ø Soil. Derivation Of The Bearing Capacity Equation.(Terzaghi’s, Meyerhof’s, Hansen’s, Vesic’s Bearing Capacity Equations).Footings On Clayey Soil. Footing On Sandy Soil.Footing On Non Homogeneous And Layered Soil. Effect Of Water Table On Bearing CapacityOf Soil Foundation settlement:Stresses in soil due to footing pressureImmediate settlement calculation(homogeneous and layered soil).Immediate settlement for footing with eccentric load. Consolidation settlementSecondary consolidation settlementStructural design of footing: Design of spread footings:Design of combined footings.Design of mat footings Lateral earth pressure and derivations for the active and passive earth pressure case (Rankin theory):Lateral earth pressure for cohesive soil.Lateral earth pressure for cohesion less soil. Lateral earth pressure for layered soil.Sheet pile design.Retaining wall design Braced and unbraced excavations (theoretical and graphical methods).Slope stability: Ø=0 method.Frictional circle method(method of slices).Graphical method.Piles in foundation engineeringTypes of piles, purpose.The ultimate bearing capacity of single pile: Tomlinson method.Meyerhof methodλ methoddesign of pile group Computer programs applications on fou dation design

Steel structures design

Properties of structural steel members stews strain relation , Elastic and plastic design method , Factor of safety.Tension member , Stress and allowable loads , Net area , Design of tension member.Compression member:-Introduction to compression member. -AISC equation.-Design of compression members under axial loads.-Effective length.-Design of columns base plate under normal loads.-Beam-Column design.-Design of column base plate under bending and normal loads.Design of beams:Strength of unstaffed beams , Design of unstiffened beams.Truss design loads.-design of gust plate.-design of joining and support members.-design of bolt and well connection.Design of composite beams.Design of deep beams.Design of girders.Plastic analysis and designPrinciple of plastic analysis , types of failure , design of beams according to AISC, plastic analysis of steel frams

Reinforced concrete design II

Design of 2-way slabs using Direct Design Method: (Definitions,Method limitations, ACI- Code Provisions, Analysis Procedures, Internal StripsExternal Strips, Design Procedures, Special Cases Of D.D.M, Design of Beams ,Slab Shear Investigations).Design of one-way ribbed slab (Joist Slab): (Definitions, Analysis, ACI-Code Provisions, Design).Design of two-way ribbed slab (Joist Slab): (Definitions, Analysis, ACI-Code Provisions, Design).Yield Line Theory: (Definitions, Plastic hinge in Beams, Yield Line Patterns for  way and 2-way slabs, Types of ,.labs,Isotropically Reinforced Slabs, Orthotropically Reinforced Slabs).Prestress ReinforcedConcrete Beams:(Introduction , Systems for applying prestress, material used in restressed concrete, ACI-Code Allowable Stresses, Flexural Analysis, Initial Prestress Force Loss of prestress, Elastic Shortening and Creep of concrete, Shrinkage of Concrete, Steel relaxation, Anchorage Take-Up, ACI-Code Friction Losses investigation, Flexural Strength).Design of Reinforced Concrete 2-way slabs using Equivalent Frame Method: efinitions, Moment Distribution Method ,Kc, Kt, Distribution Factor D.F., Member Stiffness, Equivalent Columns, Torsional Members).2-way Slab Thickness: (Definitions, ACI-Code Provisions, Procedures of Thickness Determination).Design of Reinforced Concrete Deck Slab Bridge: (Definitions, Loading, AASHTO Standard Trucks, Impact Loading, Analysis of Slab Deck Bridge, Design of Slab Deck Bridge).Design of Reinforced Concrete Water Tanks: (Definitions, Analysis, Design).Computer application

Water resources engineering

Introduction Soil and water relationship.Soil moisture constants.Measurement of soil moisture. Infiltration.Water requirement and consumptive use Water duty and irrigation scheduling.Irrigation efficiencies.Design of irrigation channel (lined and unlined).Method of surface irrigation.Design of sprinkler systems.Design of trickle systems.Drainage : definition and concepts.Flow of water in saturated soil (Darcy low). Drainage field investigation and drainage layout.Type of drains : open , covered , interceptor and vertical.Drain spacing and drain channel desig

Traffic engineering

Introduction and planning in Traffic engineering. The road user ( driver,vehicle ,the road).Volume studies; (traffic composition , traffic fluctuation). Measurement of traffic flow, traffic volume characteristics and method of measuring .Speed studies; speed Measurements; analysis of spot speed data. Delay studies; Delays survey procedure factors affecting delay.Capacity and l vel of service, Capacity and service volume factors affecting capacity.Relationships between traffic flow arameters (flow ,speed ,density).Capacity analysis basic free way section. Capacity analysis of weaving section.Intersection ,types of Intersection. Principle of Intersection design.Signalization Intersection , single design. Traffic signs and marking.High way safety ; safety and accidents, causes reporting and measures.Parking; surveys , types , control , design. Computer application

Computer Applications

Introduction to Finite Element method Methods of Modeling Structures STAAD Editor Method-Joint Coordinates Commands-Member Properties Commands-Materials Properties Commands-Supports Types Commands-Loads Commands -Analysis and Review results-Design of Concrete According to ACI -318 -Design of Slabs-Design of Isolated footings-Design of Steel Structures According to AISC_CodeGraphical Interface Method-Design and Analysis of Steel Frame -Design and Analysis of concrete structure

Methods of Construction

Introduction . Engineering Evaluation.Rolling Resistanc . Traction of the Machines.Rolling and Consolidation soil. Tractors and Machinery like.scraper and the calculation of productivity. Drilling Machines.Foundations Grouting.Forms of Concrete Structures Safety Engineering in Project

Estimation and specifications

Introduction and Definition. Amount of Construction Materials.Types of Estimation. Account the Quantities of the clauses of construction work.Quantities of earthworks( filling ,excavation).Account of Reinforcing Steel.Engineering specifications for works.The preparation of quantities and prices.Inclusive Applications

Sanitary engineering

General concepts , water consumption. Population : increase , expectation , factors affecting expectation.Fire , demands. Types of pipes , valves , … etcWater distribution system.Net work analysis using Hardy-cross and computer soft wares.Pumps : types and pump power calculations.Intakes : types and design.Flocculation and coagulation.Sedimentation : theory and design of sedimentation tanks in treatment plant.Filtration : types of filters.Design of rapid sand filter and back wash.Disinfection : materials used and disinfection efficiency.Chlorination : breakthrough point , residual Chlorination , detention time for chlorine contact.Estimation of sewage flow , type of treatment of sewage.Sewage treatment plant , screens , grit removal.Design of primary and secondary sedimentation tanks.Biological treatment of sewage byUsing activates sludge Biological treatment of sewage byUsing trickling filters.Concept of environmental pollution Organic load and bio-oxygen demand.River sanitation , oxygen sag curve.Concept of solid wastes management.Air pollution : introduction , type of air pollutant and methods of air pollution control

Sanitary engineering Laboratory

Measurement of total dissolved solids Measurement of PHMeasurement of Alkalinity Measurement of AcidityMeasurement of HardnessMeasurement of sulfate ionMeasurement of chloride ionMeasurement of chlorineMeasurement of Turbidity (jar test)Measurement of plate countMeasurement of Dissolved oxygenMeasurement of Bio-oxygen demandMeasurement of chemical-oxygen demand

Third Stage

Engineering Analysis and numerical methods

Matrices and determinants: -Algebra of matrices. -Multiplication of matrices.-The special matrices.-Definition of determinants , basic properties. -The ad joint and inverse matrices.-Solution of linear equations by A-1 method. -Rank of a matrices.-Gauss elimination.Vibration of a spring 1-degree of freedom:-Description of problem:-Hook`s law, Newton 2nd law of motion.-Spring mathematical simulation and modeling. -Free-undamped oscillation-derivation and problems.-Free-damped oscillation-derivation and problems.-Forced-damped undamped oscillation-derivation and problems.-Resonance theory. Fourier series:-Introduction-definition of periodic.-Eular coefficients-derivations.-Dirichlet theory. -Even and odd functions.-Half range expansions : sine and cosine expansions. -Determination of SSB deflections using the FS.Partial differential equations:-Definition , classification , and formation of PDE.-2nd order constant coefficient PDE (the elliptic , hyperbolic parabolic, and euler equations.-Solution of PDE`s – the fundamental theorem.-The problem of a vibrating string : 1-D wave equation.-The 2-D heat conducting equation – the laplace equation. -The 1-D heat flow-the conducting equation.Numerical method:-Definitions , number theory , rational and irrational numbers, decimal and significant figures.-Errors , absolute and relative errors , types of error.Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations:-Scan for roots.-The fixed- point method.-The Newton-raplson method.Solution of linear system of equations by iteration:-The gauss-seidel iteration method.-The Jacobi-iteration method.Interpolation of polynomials by FD method:-The foreword difference , central , and backward.-Equally spaced portalpoints , the Newton foreward , baclward and Everett formulas for interpolation.-Arbitrary spaced pivotal point, the Newton divided and lagrangeformrlas-Numerical differentiation. -Settlement predication of beams using the FDNumerical integration:-Definitions,the trapezoidal and Simpson rules.Numerical solution of 1st order differential equations:-Definitions -The euler method.-The modified euler method-Runge-kutta.Numerical solution of PDE using the FD:- Introduction ,the FD operator.-Numerical solution of wave equations.-Numerical solution of Laplace equation.Numerical solution of 1-D heat transfer


Introduction : hydrological cycle , engineering application. Precipitation : forms and measurements .Rain fall data , rain fall frequency , mean rain fall on basin , intensity , duration relationships.Evaporation , evapotranspiration and infiltration. Surface ran off and stream flow.River flow measurement.Hydrograph.Flood , rational formula , design flood discharge.Flood routing , reservoir routing , channel routing

Soil mechanic

Basic characteristic of soils: Introduction – Nature of soils and soil composition – Roles of pore phases – The hydrodynamic analogy – Phase relationships – mechanical and physical properties of soils – soil description and soil classification.Stresses within a soil mass:Concept of stress for a particulate system – Geostatic stresses -stresses induced by applied loads – The Mohr-circle – Stress path and the p-q diagram – The effective stress concept and pore-water-pressure – capillarity theory. Hydraulic properties of soils:1-D fluid flow – Darcy theory for permeability – The piezometer – Calculation of pressure – Total elevation heads – Effective stress in soil with fluid flow – Theory of seepage force – 2-D fluid flow – Flow net for 2-Dflow.The consolidation theory:Introduction to consolidation concept – The odometer test -Compressibility characteristics – The e-log10бv carve and casagrandepreconsoldation pressure -Teraghi theory for 1-D consolidation – Degree of consolidation – Consolidation settlement and secondary compression – coefficient of consolidation by Taylo and Casagrande method -applicationShear strength of soils Shear frailer of soil ,mohr coulomb failure law ,shear test /the direct shear , triaxial ,unconfined compression ,vane shear ,the cd,cu ,and v tests ,pore -water-pressure parameters -applications Improvement of of soilsDescription of problem , field compaction ,compaction tests,effect of compaction on soil behavior .Computer application

Soil mechanicLaboratory

Soil mechanics : definitions ,laboratory procedures and report preparation Water content determinationUnit weight of cohesive soilLiquid and plastic limits of a soil Shrinkage limitGrain size- analysis mechanical methodGrain size analysis – hydrometer method Specific gravity of soil solidsUnit weight -water content relation (compaction) Determination of In- place soil densityConsolidation testUnconfined compression testing Triaxial testCoefficient of permeability (falling head method )Coefficient of permeability (constant head method)Direct shear testRelative density determinatio

Hydraulic Structures

Introduction. Seepage under hydraulic structures.Creep theory using : blights , lane , khosla methods.Up left pressure calculation and factor of safety.Energy dissipation structures.Design of regulators. – Hydraulic design.-Structural design.Design of weirs.- Hydraulic design.-Structural design. Box culverts.- Hydraulic design.-Structural design.Siphon.- Hydraulic design.-Structural design. Dams :Introduction , type of dams.Design of earth dams.Design of gravity dams.Design of spillway

Structural analysis

Introduction Stability and determinacy of structures:- beams. – trusses.- frames.-arch -composite structureDeterminate structures- beams. – trusses.- frames.-arch-composite structureElastic deformation for determinate structures -virtual work.-castigliano’s theorem.-conjugate beam.Approximate analysis of indeterminate structures.Analysis of indeterminate structures-consistent deformation method -least work method-slop deflection method-moment distribution method.Influence line for determinate structuresInfluence line for indeterminate structuresAnalysis of determinate and indeterminate structures using stiffness method.Introduction to finite element method .Computerapplications

Reinforced concrete design I

Introduction. Materials and design requirements.Analysis and design of rectangular section beams , T-beams , special sections , one-way slabs by working stress method for flexural.Analysis and design of rectangular section beams , T-beams , special sections , one-way slabs by ultimate strength design method for flexural.Analysis and design for shear reinforcement.Analysis and design of continuous beam and one-way slabs.Torsion design.Analysis and design of two-way slabs by using method III (coefficient method).Analysis and design of short columns.Analysis and design of long columns.Development length of reinforcement and splices.Serviceability(deflection control).Computer application

Highway engineering

ntroduction, type and method of transportation, highway classification, element of highway geometric design.Horizontal alignment, super elevation, transition curves, curve radiance, stopping sight distance, passing (overtaking) sight distance.Vertical alignment, distance of ertical curves.Highway locations surveys and plans, method and principles of highway locations surveys, principles ruling highway aliment, map required for highway aliment. Sub grade soil and highway material, embankment material specification, type and classification for soil evaluation of soil strength by plate bearing test, California bearing ratio, compaction (sub grade soil any highway material).Soil stabilization, mechanical stabilization, lime stabilization, cement stabilization, chemical stabilization.Introduction to flexible pavement, components and specification of flexible pavement, factor effect on flexible pavement, design wheel local, equivalent single wheel load.Stress distribution factors in flexible pavement, stress and deflection compute by way and two layer system.Design method of flexible pavement, CBR design method, group index method (G.I), bur mister design method.Type and test of bituminous material.Bituminous mixes and their design, marshal test.Introduction to rigid pavement design, disadvantages and advantages of rigid pavement, stress elevation in rigid pavement by waster grade, gold beak and Bradbury rigid pavement thickness compute.Stresses due to cyclic changes in temperature.Type of joints in rigid pavement, reinforcement and design of rigid pavement joints

Highway engineeringLaboratory

Penetration test for bituminous materials. Ductility test for bituminous materials.Softening point for bituminous materials. Standard test method for flash and five points.Sag bolt furol viscosity of bituminous materials. Proctor compaction of sub-grade soil.California bearing ratio test.Marshal test

Construction management

Construction contracts, Construction documents,Duties and obligations of contracting parties(owner,contractor,engineer). Secondary contractor,types of building constructions,the law of civil engineering works.Quality control in construction work.Scheduling of construction works:Bar chart ,Network,pert ,line of balance,resource allocation and leveling.Programming Project:linear programming ,simplex programming.Time -cost method in project planning.Design floppy,Design requirement ,design hard,California bearing ratio method,the way of examination achto road

Engineering economy

Economic laws. Comparison among projects.Projects evaluation.Replacement.Inflatio

Structural drawing

Introduction. Reinforced concrete slabs.-One way slabs.-Two way slabs.Simply supported beams. -Continuous beams.-Cantilever beams.Slabs and concrete beams with example.Column. -Tied columns.-Spiral columns.-Composite columns.Stairs (with explain for its different types). Foundations.-Walls footings.-Isolated footings.-Combined footings.-Raft footings.-Strip footings.-iles.Detail of small house with complete details.-Section.-Elevations.-Section in doors and windows.-Structural detail

Forth Stage
Reinforced Concrete Design -I

Design of 2-way slabs using Direct Design Method: (Definitions,Method limitations, ACI- Code Provisions, External Strips, Design Procedures, Special Cases Of D.D.M, Design of Beams , Slab Shear Investigations)

.Design of one-way ribbed slab (Joist Slab):  (Definitions, Analysis, ACI-Code Provisions, Design).Design of two-way ribbed slab (Joist Slab): (Definitions, Analysis, ACI-Code Provisions, Design)

.Yield Line Theory: (Definitions, Plastic hinge in Beams, Yield Line Patterns for 1-way and 2-way slabs, Types of Slabs, Isotropically Reinforced Slabs, Orthotropically Reinforced Slabs)

.Prestress Reinforced Concrete Beams:  (Introduction ,Systems for applying prestress, material  used in prestress concrete, ACI-Code Allowable Stresses, Flexural Analysis, Initial Prestress Force

. Loss of prestress, Elastic Shortening and Creep of concrete, Shrinkage of Concrete, Steel relaxation, Anchorage Take-Up, ACI-Code Friction Losses investigation, Flexural Strength).

Reinforced Concrete Design –II

Design of Reinforced Concrete 2-way slabs using Equivalent Frame Method:  (Definitions, Moment Distribution Method ,Kc, Kt, Distribution Factor D.F., Member Stiffness, Equivalent Columns, Torsional Members)

.2-way Slab Thickness:  (Definitions, ACI-Code Provisions, Procedures of Thickness Determination)

.Design of Reinforced Concrete Deck Slab.Design of Reinforced Concrete Water Tanks:  (Definitions, Analysis, Design)

.Computer application.

Foundation Engineering-I

Foundation Definition, Importance And Purpose

.Site Investigation:Definition, Purpose

. Subsurface Exploration Program.Soil Boring MethodsSoil Investigation, Bearing Capacity.Footings On Clayey Soil

. Footing On Sandy Soil.Footing On Non Homogeneous And Layered Soil

.Effect Of Water Table On Bearing Capacity of SoilFoundation settlement:Stresses in soil due to footing pressure, Immediate settlement calculation(homogeneous and layered soil)

.Immediate settlement for footing with eccentric load

.Consolidation settlement

.Secondary consolidation settlement.

Foundation Engineering-II

Structural design of footing:

.Lateral earth pressure and derivations for the active and passive earth pressure case (Rankin theory):Lateral earth pressure for cohesive soil

.Lateral earth pressure for cohesion less soil

.Lateral earth pressure for layered soil

.Sheet pile design

.Retaining wall design

.Braced and unbraced excavations (theoretical and graphical methods)

.Slope stability:Ø=0 method.Frictional circle method(method of slices)

.Graphical method

. Piles in foundation engineering.Types of piles, purpose

.The ultimate bearing capacity of single pile:Tomlinson method

.Meyerhof method

.λ method

. design of pile group

. Computer programs applications on foundation design

Steel Structures Design-I

Properties of structural steel members stews strain relation , Elastic and plastic design method , Factor of safety

. Tension member , Stress and allowable loads , Net area, Design of tension member

.Compression member:Introduction to compression member

. -AISC equation

.-Design of compression members under axial loads

.Effective length

.Design of columns base plate under normal loads

.-Beam-Column design

.Design of column base plate under bending and normal loads

.Design of beams:Strength of unstaffed beams , Design of unstiffened beams

. Truss design

. loads

.design of gust plate

. design of joining and support of bolt and well connection.

Steel Structures Design-II

Design of composite beams.Design of deep beams.Design of girders

.Plastic analysis and design

.Principle of plastic analysis , types of failure , design of beams according to AISC, plastic analysis of steel frames.

Traffic Engineering

Introduction and planning in Traffic engineering.Volume studies

.Speed studies. Delays survey procedure factors  affecting delay

.Capacity and level of service

.Capacity analysis basic freeway section.Capacity analysis of weaving section.

Traffic Engineering

Intersection ,types of  Intersection.Principle of  Intersection design

.Signalization  Intersection , single design

.Traffic  signs and marking.way safety ; safety and accidents, causes reporting and measures

.Parking; surveys , types, control , design

.Computer application.

Water Supply Engineering

General concepts , water consumption.Population

.Fire , demands

.Types of pipes 0

.Water distribution system

.Network analysis using Hardy-cross and computer soft wares.Pumps : types and pump power calculations theory and design of sedimentation tanks in treatment plant.Filtration : types of filters

.Design of rapid sand filter and back wash.Disinfection.

Sanitary and Environmental

Sewage treatment plant , screens , grit removal.Design of primary and secondary sedimentation tanks

.Biological treatment of sewage byUsing activates sludge, Biological treatment of sewage byUsing trickling filters

.Concept of environmental pollution, Organic load and bio-oxygen demand

.River sanitation , oxygen sag curve.Concept of solid wastes management

.Air pollution : introduction , type of air pollutant and methods of air pollution control.

Methods of Construction

Introduction Engineering Evaluation.Time value of money.Equipment economics

.Methods for comparing alternatives

.Financial analysis

.Single payment and annual series payments

.Owning costs

.Operating costs.Replacement decisions.Buy, rent and leas

.Geotechnical material, compaction and stabilization

.Machin power

.Engineering fundamentals of moving equipment

. Rolling and grading resistance

. Performance charts

. Productivity and description of equipment: Dozers, Scrapers, Hydraulic excavators, Cranes, Trucks and Wagons, Compactors and compactions

. Construction specifications and details.

Estimation and Specifications

Introduction and Definition

.Type of estimations

.Bill of quantities

.The preparation of quantities and prices

.Site and location conditions

. Calculationof Construction Materials

.Types of Estimation.Account the Quantities of the construction items

.Quantities of earthworks (filling  ,excavation)

.Concrete work

.Masonry work.Finishing work

.Reinforcing SteelCalculation

.Special structures; water tanks, culverts, and other structures

.Wooden forms

. Engineering specifications for civil works

.Inclusive  Applications.

Water Resource Engineering-I

Introduction, Soil and water relationship.Soil moisture constants

.Measurement of soil moisture.Infiltration

.Water requirement and consumptive use

.Water duty and irrigation scheduling.Irrigation efficiencies

.Design of irrigation channel (lined and unlined).

Water Resource Engineering-II

Method of surface irrigationDesign of sprinkler systems

.Design of trickle systems

.Drainage : definition and concepts

.Flow of water in saturated soil (Darcy low)

.Drainage field investigation and drainage layout

.Type of drainsDrain spacing and drain channel design.

Engineering Professional Ethics

This course introduces the ethical and professional responsibilities and develops engineering skills

. The Engineer and engineering disciplines,Engineering Ethics Problem Solving, Introduction to engineering design,Engineering Communications

Literature search skills

Engineering Graduation Project -I
Topics will vary in accordance with the specific project assigned.
Engineering Graduation Project -II
work-Analytical, design, experimental, or field workcarried out in accordance with a preapproved project plan under the supervision offaculty member(s).