First Stage
Mathmatics I

The Tangent and Velocity Problems, The Limit of a Function, Calculating Limits Using the Limit Laws, Continuity, Limits at Infinity, Horizontal Asymptote, Infinite Limits, Vertical Asymptotes, Derivatives and Rates of Change, The Derivative as a Function, Differentiation of Polynomials, The Product and Quotient Rules, Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions. The Chain Rule, Implicit Differentiation, Related Rates, Maximum and Minimum Values, The Mean Value Theorem, How Derivatives Affect the Shape of a Graph. Summary of Curve Sketching, Optimization Problems. Antiderivatives, Areas and Derivatives. The Definite Integral. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, The Indefinite Integral and Net Change Theorem. The Substitution Rule. Areas between Curves, Volumes. Volumes by Cylindrical Shells. Average Value of a Function, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Derivative and Integrals Involving Logarithmic Functions. Inverse Functions. Derivative and Integrals Involving Exp Functions, Derivative and Integrals Involving Inverse Trig Functions. Hyperbolic Functions and Hanging Cables. Indeterminate Forms and L’Hospital’s Rule.

Mathmatics II

Review of inverse functions. Inverse trigonometric functions, The derivative of inverse trigonometric functions. Hyperbolic functions, Inverse hyperbolic functions and their derivatives. Integrals involving inverse trigonometric and inverse hyperbolic functions, Integration by Parts. Trigonometric Integrals, Trigonometric Substitution, Integrating Rational Functions by Partial Fractions, Types of Improper Integrals and Methods of Evaluation, Sequences and their limits, monotone sequences, Infinite series, The comparison, Ratio and Root tests, Alternating series, Conditional convergence. Maclaurin and Taylor series, and their approximation, Power series, Differentiating and Integrating Power series, Polar coordinates, Curves defined by parametric equations, Tangent lines and length for parametric and polar curves, Area in polar coordinates


Newtonian mechanics, and thermal Physics, with topics include: Physics and measurement, Vectors, kinematics and dynamics of motion of a single particle in one and two dimensions, work and energy, system of particles, linear momentum and collisions, kinematics and dynamics of rotational motion, equilibrium of rigid bodies, and elasticity, fluid static and fluid dynamics, oscillatory motion, wave motion, and temperature and thermal equilibrium., Waves, Temperature, Heat.

ورش هندسية

The workshop training program is designed to satisfy the following Objectives: Teaching safety rules and regulations on-site in an industrial environment Proper use of working tools, instruments, and machines, Introducing basic workshop practices, production, labor, and time-requirements of workshop operations. The students are introduced to training programs in nine workshops: electrical wiring, welding, forging, fitting , turning and milling, carpentry, plumbing auto-mechanics, and casting. The student is to spend 6 hours of training in every workshop

Engineering Mechanics (static)-I 
Course Content: Fundamental concepts, Force systems, Components moment, Couple and Resultant Components, Equilibrium; Free body diagram; Equilibrium conditions, Structures: Plane trusses, Frame and machines, Centroids of lines and areas, Volume centroids, Centre of mass, Centroids of composite bodies & Figures, Friction, Frictional phenomena, Applications, Wedges and Screw, Flexible belts, Area moment of inertia: Composite areas, Radius of gyration: Transfer of axes, Mass Moment of inertia
Fundamentals of Materials
Atomic Structure: The Structure of the Atom, The Electronic Structure of the Atom, The Periodic Table, Atomic Bonding, Binding Energy and Interatomic Spacing. Atomic and Ionic Arrangements: Short-Range Order versus Long-Range Order, Amorphous Materials: Principles and Technological Applications, Lattice, Unit Cells, and Crystal Structures, Points, Directions, and Planes in the Unit Cell, Interstitial Sites, Crystal Structures of Ionic Materials, Covalent Structures. Imperfections in the Atomic and Ionic Arrangements: Point Defects, Other Point Defects, Dislocations, Significance of Dislocations, Influence of Crystal Structure, Surface Defects, Importance of Defects. Atom and Ion Movements in Materials: Applications of Diffusion, Stability of Atoms and Ions, Mechanisms for Diffusion, Activation Energy for Diffusion, Rate of Diffusion (Fick’s First Law), Factors Affecting Diffusion, Composition Profile (Fick’s Second Law), Diffusion and Materials Processing. Principles of Solidification: Technological Significance, Nucleation, Applications of Controlled Nucleation, Growth Mechanisms, Solidification Time and Dendrite Size, Cooling Curves, Cast Structure, Solidification Defects, Casting Processes for Manufacturing Components, Continuous Casting and Ingot Casting, Directional Solidification (DS), Single Crystal Growth, and Epitaxial Growth, Solidification of Polymers and Inorganic Glasses, Joining of Metallic Materials.
ورش هندسية
The workshop training program is designed to satisfy the following objectives Teaching safety rules and regulations on-site in an industrial environment Proper use of working tools, instruments, and machines, Introducing basic workshop practices, production, labor, and time-requirements of workshop operations. The students are introduced to training programs in nine workshops: electrical wiring, welding, forging, fitting , turning and milling, carpentry, plumbing auto-mechanics, and casting. The student is to spend 6 hours of training in every workshop
Workshop Skills II

The workshop training program is designed to satisfy the following Objectives: Teaching safety rules and regulations on-site in an industrial environment Proper use of working tools, instruments, and machines, Introducing basic workshop practices, production, labor, and time-requirements of workshop operations. The students are introduced to training programs in nine workshops: electrical wiring, welding, forging, fitting , turning and milling, carpentry, plumbing auto-mechanics, and casting. The student is to spend 6 hours of training in every workshop

Ferrous Extractive Metallurgy
Engineering Mechanics (dynamic)-II 
Newton's law, Gravitation, Kinematics of particles: Rectilinear motion, Curvilinear Motion: Rectilinear coordinates (x-y), Projectiles, Normal and Tangentialcoordinates (n – t), Polar coordinates (r -θ), Relative motion, Constrained Motion of connected particles (Pulleys), Kinetics of particles, Force and Acceleration, Forces in rectilinear and curvilinear motion, Work and Kinetics energy, Potential energy and power, Impulse and momentum, Impact, Dynamics of rigid bodies, Fixed axis rotation
The course covers the production of iron and steel from raw material, Iron Ore mining,primary processing to refinement to special steels. Iron ore classification, limestone and coking coal deposits, Iron ore beneficiation and ore preparation Separation by liquid , Magnetic separation, agglomeration, Briquetting, sintering, Nodulising and pelletizing, testing of burden materials, burden distribution on blast furnace performance, Blast furnace parts, principles of steel making, steel making processes
Non Ferrous Extractive Metallurgy
Aluminum production ,Copper production, zinc production , Nickel production , Tin production, Magnesium production, Lead production, Chrome production , Gold production , Silver production , Uranium Production
Building Materials I

Properties of constructional materials, clay brick (it is properties , specification, method of production),Cellular concrete 9raw materials  , production , uses), binding materials (kinds, uses ), stones(properties, testing and its uses in construction), building blocks(kind, uses, and its raw material),specification of building material, review(general).

Building Materials II
cement (kind ,method of production , specification, uses, durability), timber (properties, testing ), finishing materials (kinds, properties uses),steel (its uses in building ,properties ,testing ), glass(manufacture, raw material, properties ,uses in construction)
Arabic Language
Introduction : Arabic language –Origin, formal and slang , translations and usual mistakes. Basic Arabic writing skills and its major roles. Arabic dictionaries and how to use it. Sentences and their types in Arabic tongue.  Arabic sentence structure and safe constructed sentence in Arabic language. How to write a paragraph. How to write a report using the wright Arabic  sentences. Applications
English Language
 Introduction :Part of Speech. Reading of  Numerals And Simple Equations. Exercises. Reading Passages :Properties of engineering materials. Exercises. Soils. Exercises. Tensile strength and  hardness. Exercises. Concrete. Exercises. Dams. Exercises. Bridges. Exercises. Grammar Points :The Present Tense. The present continuous Tense. The present perfect. The future Tense. Passive voice. Some prefixes used in scientific English. The Position Of Adjectives. The Position Of Adverbs. The relative pronouns (which) and (that).Joining sentences with conjunctions. Notes on writing a laboratory reports
Engineering Drawing I
Introduction to engineering drawing and its uses as engineering language in industry dimensioning symbols and terms used in drawing, metric system, Types of Engineering Tools and Their Uses, Engineering Operations, dimensions
Engineering Drawing II
Projection, projection of views using first and third angle projection methods, Development of lateral surfaces of solids with cut-outs and holes, Lost views, Sectional views, Isometric drawing, sectional isometric drawing , Isometric projections of simple solids and truncated solids
Computer Science
Introduction: MSDOS Operating System, Windows Operating System, creating new folder, selecting folders, finding folders or files copying and moving files and folders. How to start any program shut Down formatting floppy disk, scandisk, arranging icon, run, help, etc; Win Word, Excel and Power point: All facilities, Description of its features and use, the function of toolbars and menu items (File, Edit, View, Format, Tools. Computer Aided Programs/CAD.
General introduction, basic features, A quick presentation on MATLAB, Getting started, Mathematical functions. Blotting: Basic plotting, Stair graph, Histogram graph, Rose graph, Pareto graph, Area graph, Pie chart, 3D graph, Animating plot. Loops and controlling command: Introduction, Loops, Controlling command. Matrix: Entering a vector, Entering a matrix, Matrix indexing, colon operator, linear spacing, colon operator in a matrix, creating a sub matrix, deleting row or column, dimension, continuation, Transposing a matrix, Concatenating matrices, matrix generators, Special matrices, matrix inverse, matrix functions
Democracy& Human Rights
Introduces students to the philosophic and political background of the concept of human rights. Discusses important documents as part of the history of the development of human rights theories. Examines important issues in current political and ethical debates about human rights. Reviews core legal documents and the work of the most important governmental and nongovernmental institutions currently involved in human rights protection and promotion. Examines at least one current problem area in human rights protection
Gases. Pressure. The Ideal Gas Equation. Gas Stoichiometry. Partial Pressures, The Nature of Energy and Types of Energy. Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions. Introduction to Thermodynamics. Enthalpy of Chemical Reactions. Calorimetry. Standard Enthalpy of Formation and Reaction, From Classical Physics to Quantum Theory. Bohr’s Theory of the Hydrogen Atom. Quantum Numbers, Atomic Orbitals. Electron Configuration. The Building-Up (Aufbau) Principle, Development of the Periodic Table. Periodic Classification of the Elements. Periodic Variation in Physical Properties. Ionization Energy. Electron Affinity, Lewis Dot Symbols. The Ionic Bond. The Covalent Bond. Electro negativity. Writing Lewis Structures. Formal Charge and Lewis Structures. The Concept of Resonance. Exceptions to the Octet Rule, Bond Energy, Molecular Geometry. Dipole Moment. Valence Bond Theory. Hybridization of Atomic Orbital's, Hybridization in Molecules Containing Double and Triple Bonds. Delocalized Molecular Orbital's
Second Stage
Applied Mathematics I

Rectangular Coordinate systems in 3-space, Vectors, Dot product, projections, Cross product, Parametric equations of a line, Planes in 3-space, Introduction to vector-valued functions. Calculus of vector-valued functions, Change of parameters, Arc Length, Unit Tangent, Normal and Binormal vectors, Curvature, Quadric Surfaces. Functions of two or more variables, Limits and continuity. Partial derivatives, Differentiability, Local Linearity. The Chain rule, Directional derivatives and gradients. Tangent planes and normal vectors, Maxima and minima of functions of two variables. Lagrange multipliers, Double integrals. Double integrals over non rectangular regions, Double integrals in polar coordinates, Triple integrals, Cylindrical and spherical coordinates, Triple integrals in cylindrical and Spherical coordinates

Applied Mathematics II

First-Order Differential Equations: Initial-value problem. separable variables. Homogeneous equations. Exact equations. Li-near equations. Integrating factor. Bernoulli equation. Applications. Second-Order Differential Equations: Initial-value and Boundary-value problems. Linear         differential operators. Reduction of order.            Homogeneous equations with constant coefficients. Non-homogeneous equations. Method of undetermined coefficients. method of variation of parameters. Some nonlinear equations. Applications. Higher order Differential Equations. Laplace Transforms: Definitions. Properties. Inverse Laplace transforms. Solving initial value problems. Special functions: Heavy side unit step function. Convolution theorem. System of Linear Differential Equations: Definitions. Elimination method. Application of Linear Algebra.     Homogeneous linear     systems.         Non-homogeneous  linear systems. Solving systems by Laplace transforms. Series Solutions: Cauchy-Euler equation method. Solutions about ordinary points. Solutions about singular points. Method of Frobenius. Second Solutions and Logarithm terms. Partial Differential Equations: Some mathematical models. Fourier series solutions. Method of separation of variables. The D’Alembert solution of the wave equation

Strength of Materials I ,II

Torsion: Torsion theory, Polar second moment of area, Shear stress and shear strain in shafts, Hook’s law, Torsional rigidity, hollow shafts,  thin-walled tubes, Composite shafts connections , Strain energy in torsion, Power transmitted by shafts, Combined stress systems,Internalforcesinbeams,beamdeflection.Thin Cylinders and Shells: Internal pressure, stresses, Thin rotating ring and spherical shell, pressure Vessels, Cylindrical vessel with hemispherical end, Effects of end plates and joints.

Thick cylinders:Longitudinal stress, Maximum shear stress, Compound cylinders, Shrinkage or interference allowance, Compound cylinder -different materials, Thick cylinder – internal pressure only, Comparison with thin cylinder theory. Complex Stresses:Stresses on oblique planes, Material subjected to pure shear, two mutually perpendicular direct stresses, combined stresses, Graphical solution – Mohr 's stress circle, Three-dimensional stresses -graphical representation.

Engineering Metallurgy I

Structure of Metals:Crystalline structure of metals Grains and grain boundaries, Nucleation and dentritic growth, Influence of solidification conditions on structure and properties. Defection cast metals.Thermal Equilibrium Diagrams:Cooling curves, solid solution alloys, factors affecting solid solubility, solid state diffusion, Thermal Equilibrium diagrams of a binary alloy showing complete solid solubility, effect of cooling rate, the inverse lever rule.Equilibrium diagram of a binary alloy showing in complete solubility in the solid state. Partial solubility in the solid state, intermediate phases. Allotropy of Iron.

Recommended Textbook(s):

1. Materials and Processes in Manufacturing by E.P Degarmo 2. Process and Materials of Manufacturing by Lindberg


Introduction to thermodynamics, Zeroeth law of thermodynamics, First law of thermodynamics, Thermodynamically reversible changes, Gas Expansion: maximum work, Heat capacity, Thermo-chemistry and its applications in metallurgy, Introduction to second law, Entropy, free energy and chemical equilibrium, some thermodynamic relationships involving entropy, some thermodynamic relationships involving free energy, Chemical equilibrium, controlled atmospheres, the equilibrium constant and the stability of compounds, Ellingham Diagrams, Introduction to solutions, ideal solutions: Raoults law, deviations from Raoults law, activities and activity coefficient, Henry's law and Sievert's law, Regular solutions, Free energy of mixing, The Gibbs-Duhem equation, Phase equilibrium, Thermodynamic phase equation, Phase rule, Phase diagrams, Unary Systems, Binary Systems, Ternary Systems.  

 I , II  Electrical Engineering

Basic concepts and units, current, voltage, power, and energy,Potential difference, low of resistance, units of resistivity, Effect of temperature on resistance, conductance and conductivity, Ohm's law, Series cct., series elements, voltage sources in series, Voltage divider rule, Parallel cct., Parallel elements, current divider rule, Voltage source in parallel, short and open circuits, Kirchhoff’s current laws and voltage laws,  Series – parallel cct. Conversions current source in series and parallel

delta/star transform, Star/delta Transform,Methods of analysis of current sources, Mesh analysis method, nodal analysis method, superposition, Maximum power Transfer, Power Transfer Efficiency, Theories compositions Thévenin and Norton theorem, division of current in parallel circuits, Compensation Theorem, Capacitors

Metal Engineering
Introduction, general mechanical properties, Definition , hardness, strength, ductility , tensile, impact , the role of metallurgy , The metallic bond and other bonds , The freezing of metallic structure and alloys , diffusion in solid state , The crystalline structure of metals , thermal-equilibrium diagrams, Type of T.E. diagrams, Pertectic reaction , Transformation (ferritr cementite-Austenite –pearlite), Iron –carbon- diagram, Types of phases (cementite carbide), Types of plain carbon steels , Cast iron, Types of C.I, Uses , Steel alloys, effects of alloying elements , Equilibrium- diagram of iron – carbon , Steel alloys, Characteristics of steel alloys , introduction , non ferrous alloys, Aluminum and its alloys , Magnesium and its alloys , Copper, Ni and their alloys , Titanium, tin and their alloys Processes used for hardening and problems
Applied Computer Programming

Programming of linear equation: Array operations, Solving linear equations .Programming in MATLAB: Introduction, M-File scripts, M-File functions, Anatomy of a M-File function, Input and output arguments, Output commands .Debugging M-File: Introduction, Debugging process. GUI (Graphical User Interface): Introduction, Getting started, How to create GUIs with MATLAB.

Casting Technology

Basic Component of Casting, Advantages and Disadvantages of Casting Methods, Molding and molding sands, classification of foundry process, casting and its types, pattern and pattern making, core and core making, furnaces, crucibles, molding tools and foundry equipment, Metal Casting Design, Solidification of pure metals and alloys –shrinkage in cast metals, Casting Methods.


  1. FundamentalsofModernManufacturingbyGroover
  2. Materials and Processes in Manufacturing by E.P Degarmo

Manufacturing Engineering and Technology by Kalpakjian

Fluid Mechanics
Thermal and Physical properties: shear stress, velocity and flow rate, , density &specific heat, viscosity, kinematic viscosity, surface tension, compressibility. Pressure and velocity distributions: Pascal law, pressure head, manometers, piezometer, differential Manometer, inverted manometer, barometer, Bourdon Gauge, forces on immersed curved surfaces, equilibrium of flotation surfaces, pressure distribution. Flow of Fluids: gas and liquid, ideal gas, gas mixture, enthalpy and entropy, phase transformation, constant temp. process, constant pressure process, isochoric process, adiabatic process, isotropic process, polytrophic process, control volume, Bernoulli equation, momentum and flow rate, Euler equation.Non-dimensional Analysis: Flow in pipes, dimensional Analysis, laminar and turbulent flow, Rynold’s number, boundary layers, pressure drop, friction losses, velocity distributions.

Engineering Metallurgy II

The Iron/ Carbon phase diagram: The effect of rapid cooling, the Eutectoid reaction, the Peritectic diagram, plain carbon steels, mechanical properties microstructures, classification of plain carbon steel and uses, relationship between carbon content, microstructures and mechanical properties. Effect of some elements (Manganese, Silicon, Sulphur, Phosphourst.Cast Iron: Microstructures and mechanical properties, white cast iron, gray cast iron, malleable cast iron, the production of malleable cast iron. Types of Alloy Steel.Non-Ferrous Metals: Copper and its Alloys, Aluminum  and its Alloys Recommended Textbook(s):

1. Materials and Processes in Manufacturing by E.P Degarmo 2. Process and Materials of Manufacturing by Lindberg

Organic Chemistry

Hydrocarbons, aliphatics, ring, olifenes, acytelines, aromatics, Orbitals, Thermal cracking process, hydrogenation, reduction, Special reactions: oxidation and combustion, addition, substitution, nitration, Sulphonation, halogenation, polymerization, Halides, Alcohols and phenols, Ethers, Aldehydes and ketones, Carboxylic acids, esters, amino-acids, amides, Amines and some.

Analytical Chemistry
Stoichiometric calculations, chemical coefficient, molarities, normality, titration, density, Equilibrium in the acids and bases, pH, graphs of titration, Indicators of bases and acids, Equilibrium in precipitation, solubility, partial precipitation, Analysis using oxidation and reduction, electromotive force, use of the half-cell potentials, Nernst eq., Measure of concentration by potential of the cell. Selected inorganic materials and reactions
Third Stage
Engineering and Numerical Analysis
Complex number and variable operations, derivative and analytic functions, Cauchy remann equation, geometry of analytic function.Complex integration: Line integral in the complex plane, Cauchy's integral theorem, Cauchy's integral formula, derivatives of analytic functions.Fourier series: Periodic functions, Fourier series, even and odd functions, half range expansion, complex Fourier series, Fourier integral, Fourier cosine and sine transforms, Fourier transform.Partial Differential Equations:Basic concept, modeling vibrating string, wave equation, heat equation, separation of variables, D’Alembert solution of the wave equation, modeling of membrane 2D wave equation, rectangular membrane , Laplacian in polar coordinate, solution by Laplace transform
Engineering Numerical Methods
The numerical methods course involves solving engineering problems drawn from all fields of engineering. The numerical methods include: error analysis, roots of nonlinear algebraic equations, solution of linear and            transcendental simultaneous questions,          matrix  and      vector manipulation, curve fitting and interpolation, numerical integration and differentiation, solution of ordinary and partial differential equations .Error Analysis, Roots, Solving system of linear equations, Curve Fitting, Polynomial Interpolation, Integration and differentiation, Ordinary differential equations.
Polymers Engineering

Introduction to polymer science: Chain conformations in polymers, Rubber elasticity Polymer solutions, Amorphous state and glass transition Crystalline state, Molecular structure of polymers, Polymer chain flexibility, Molecular motion and Glass, Rubber transition temperature , Free volume theory &Tg Crystallization, Mechanical tests,  Elastic Modulus, Creep and Stress relaxation, Polymer viscoelasticity and modeling

Superposition principle and WLF equations, Tensile properties, Stress concentration and fracture Hardness, Impact resistance, HDT and VICAT tests Dynamic Mechanical Properties

Welding Metallurgy
General consideration , Heat on welding , Study of residual stress distribution relive stress, Weld ability of steel , welding of cast iron, Welding of aluminum an aluminum alloys , welding versus other processes, Electrical are welding , Shielded metal are – welding ,Argon CO2(metal are welding ), Semi-automatic welding ,Automatic welding using consumable electrode, Submerged are welding ,Eletroplate, welding plasma, areW/seam, W/projection , Welding , laser beam welding , explosive welding ,Spot Design of size ,Estimation of welding defects, Methods ,of assessment of welding joints welding metallurgy
Nanostructured Materials Credit hours

Introduction to Synthesis of Nanomaterials, Zero-Dimensional Nanostructures,Introduction to nanoparticles, Introduces scientific principles and theory relevant at the nanoscale dimension, One-Dimensional Nanostructures, Two-Dimensional Nanostructures , Three-Dimensional Nanostructures , Morphology of  nanomaterials, Special nanomaterials, Applications of nanotechnology in various fields,Characterization and characterization techniques of nanomaterials,  nanotubes, nanowires, and nanostructured thin films, emphasizing their synthesis, structural and property characterization, Applications of nanomaterials 

Semiconductors Materials
Introduction ,energy bands in solid , Valance and conduction bands, insulators, conductors , and semiconductors atomic binding in semiconductor, Electric properties of materials, Types of semiconductors, intrinsic of semiconductor , Hole formation in semiconductor , statistics of metal and semiconductors, Fermi-level in intrinsic semiconductors, Extrinsic semiconductors, , N-type semiconductors, P-Types semiconductor, Majority and minority carriers , mobile charge carriers and immobile ions, Electron conductivity of metal, conductivity of intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, Drift and diffusion , P-N junction , formation of depletion layer junction or barrier voltage ,energy band diagram of a P_N junction , The total width of the junction , Forward and revers biased P_N junction , Characteristics of a P_N junction diode , Equation of the static characteristic diode parameters , Derivation  of junction resistance ,Junction breakdown , Zener breakdown , Avalanch breakdown , junction capacitance (transition capacitance , diffusion capacitance ), Equivalent circuit of a P_N junction , Diode fabrication , The ideal diode and the real diode ,Types of junction ,Main application of semiconductors diodes , Special diode , Zener diode , Tunneling effect and tunnel diode ,tunnel diode oscillator , Varactor  diode ,Schottky  diode , PIN diode ,step recovery diode , Gunn diode , impatt Diode , Light emitting diode ,Liquid crystal displays ,P_N junction photodiode , Hall effect
Theory of Metal Forming

The basic knowledge on plasticity taught in mechanical metallurgy is extended to theory of metal forming.The contents of this course are:

State of stress, components of stress, symmetry of stress tensor, principle stresses, stress deviator, Von Mises, Tresca Yield criteria, comparison of yield criteria,Fundamentals of metal forming, Classification of forming process- Mechanics of metal working, Flow stress determination, Effect oftemperature, strain rate and metallurgical structure on metal working, Friction and lubrication, Deformation zone geometry, Workability, Residual stresses

Applications of Metal Forming

Applications of metal forming processes and their analysis are studied indetail. The contents of this course are:

forging and rolling, Direct and indirect extrusion, variables affecting extrusion, deformation pattern, equipments, simple analysis of extrusion ,tube extrusionand production of seamless pipe and tube, Drawing of road, wires and tubes, deep drawing, bunching and blanking, bending, stretch forming, defects in formed part

Powder Metallurgy

This course teaches powder preparation, characterization, compaction and sintering. This knowledge is essential to understand powder metallurgy applications in aerospace, automobile and machining materials. The contents of this course are:

Powder manufacture and conditioning, characteristics and testing of metal powders, powder compaction, sintering, applications: Major applications in Aerospace, Nuclear and Automobile industries- Bearing Materials-types, Self lubrication and other types, Methods of production, Properties, Applications. Sintered Friction Materials-Clutches, Brake linings, Tool Materials- Cemented carbides, Oxide ceramics, Cermets- Dispersion strengthened materials

Phase Transformations

Phase Transformation: Basics of thermodynamics, kinetics and diffusion mechanisms. Diffusion Controlled Phase Transformation: Nucleation and growth – Types of nucleation – Concept of free energy during solidification – Thermodynamics of homogeneous nucleation. Diffusionless Transformations :Martensite transformation – Definition – characteristic features of Martensitic transformation in steels .Precipitation Reactions:structure and property during ageing, sequence of ageing, theories of precipitation hardening, effect of time, temperature and alloy compositions. Annealing: Cold working and hot working, Recovery – polygonization and dislocation movements inpolygonization, Recrystallisation – effect of time, temperature, strain and other variables, mechanism of nucleation and growth, Grain growth- Grain growth law, geometrical

Material Inspection
Micro and macro examination , Special metal test, Casting test , non destructive, test , Visual , test soundness test, pressure test , penetrate oil test , Ultrasonic test, mage powollevt,  Rodiqraph test, micro and macro exam, Detractive test, tensile test, tension shear test, Compression test, bending test , Impact test, sand test gas,Permeability test ,Cohesiveness test , refractoriness, Cohesiveness test, refractoriness , Grain size test, compression test, moisture test, Compression test, sand hardness test ,Sand tensile test, Testing of welds , testing of welds by gas welding and arc welding , Destructive test, non-destructive test, Test of resistance welds , Fatigue test, plow test peel test, plastic test Structure test ,  burning test , Mechanical test ,Thermo mechanical test , dimensional stability specific grafity test , Moltoning test ,test , Chemical test ,Corrosive  test ceramics test, moisture test , Thermal test ,thermal expansion coefficient , thermal conductivity test, Numerical method for system ,Resistance CO2 ,A hack , Electrical test ,dialectical strength test, Dielectric constant test , volume resistivity test
Corrosion Engineering

The subject provides knowledge on various types of corrosion, their kinetics, testing and methods of protection as well as introduction to corrosion ology. The contents of this course are:

Corrosion , kind of Corrosion, Introduction to tribology, surface degradation, wear and corrosion, types of wear, adhesive,abrasive,Untraditional cutting methods, Electric spark cutting , Current passing cutting , Ultrasonic cutting, leaser cutting ,Chemical cutting , brose smoothing ,ethicizing Corrosion and corrosion damage , Electro chemical aspects, Polarization , Passivity, Environmental effect, Metallurgical aspects, Types of corrosion , general corrosion , Galvanic corrosion , intergranular Corrosion , Crevice Corrosion, filiform Corrosion ,Pitting ,selective leaching , Erosion Corrosion ,stress Corrosion , Corrosion fatigue ,hydrogen cracking , Calculation and emf. And PH, Hall-cell potential, calculation of activation polarizing , problem of polarization , Problem of passivity , Kinetics of Corrosion, Measurement of Corrosion ,rate, the role of the environment in the Corrosion , Corrosion behavior of some metals , Corrosion and scale resistance of engineering , Corrosion protection alloys , Selection of proper metal or alloys , protection by Coating,  Protection by alteration of environment, Protection by using the inhibitors, Cathodic protection , Anodic protection Corrosion control by design, Corrosion control by design ,Some corrosion problems encountered in practice

Heat transfer
Introduction ,conduction ,convection , radiation , heat conduction steady state , general heat conduction (spherical, Cartesian ,cylindrical ), Heat conduction wall, cylinder sphere without heat generation , Heat conduction with generation in wall cylinder, sphere , Fins and efficiency, two dimension heat conduction in steady state , Graphing method, numerical method,, Lumped system ,analysis forced convection turbulent and laminar , Effect of temperature on viscous and flow , Empirical relation of flow over flat plat , Free convection , empirical relations ,Radiation heat transfer , black body , gray body , Emissivity , Heat exchanger and heat exchangers types
Heat Treatment
Introduction heat treatment of steel , Annealing , normalizing , stress relive , spheroid sing , crystallization , homogeneity , annealing ,cast product , Hardening , continuous cooling ,step by step cooling , special H.T. (Austempering , Martempering ), Hardenability joniy test , carburizing ,Nitriding , carbonitriding , Flame, induction, Heat treatment of cast iron (grey) ,Heat treatment of steel alloys ,Heat , Heat treatment of alloys steel (Cr, NI, Cr-Ni), Heat treatment of alloys steel (MO,V, Mn) ,Heat treatment aluminum alloys ,Heat treatment of manganese and its alloys , cupper and its alloys, Heat treatment of zinc and zinc alloys ,tin and yin alloys, Heat treatment of nickel and nikel alloys , Heat treatment of special ferrous alloys , Heat treatment of non ferrous materials (ceramic and glass ), heat treatment of plastic and rubber , Relation between heat treatment and mechanical design, Heat treatment, of rolling product :hot, cold , Heat treatment of wires , casting steel, heat treatment of forging product ,spring product , Heat treatment of cementite, Heat treatment of cutting tools , heat treatment of metrology equipment , Heat treatment of forging , casting small and ordinary product
Forth Stage
Graduate Project Part A , B

Analytical, experimental, or field work carried out in accordance with a preapproved project plan under the supervision of faculty member(s).

Continuation of previous work-Analytical, experimental, or field work carried out in accordance with a preapproved project plan under the supervision of facultymember(s).

Engineering Economy

Introduction: Investment Explained, Interest and Financial Mathematics. Simple interest. Compound interest. Graphical Conventions Single Payment, Uniform Series. Arithmetic Gradient Nominal and Effective Interest Rates Interest and Principal Separation, Present Worth Analysis. Present Worth Analysis. Investment in Bonds, Use computer software (MS Excel) to perform basic economical analyses Annual Worth Analysis, Rate of Return Analysis3, Analysis of Public Projects. The Benefit-Cost-Analysis Depreciation Methods, Depreciation Analysis using Computer software (MS Excel) Income Taxes. After tax analyses, Effects of Inflation, Loans Breakeven Analysis.

Engineering Profession Ethics

Course Content: Introduction: Why Professional Ethics?, What Is A Profession?, Professions as Social Practices, Models Of Professionalism, The Business Model, The Professional Model, Types Of Ethics Or Morality, Responsibility in Engineering, Engineering Standards, Framing the Problems, Resolving Problems, The Social and Value Dimensionsof Technology, Trust and Reliability, Risk and Liability in Engineering, Engineers in Organizations, Engineers and the Environment, Cases should be presented for use in conjunction with materials (over the world & local)Text Book: Engineering Ethics, Concepts And CasesCharles E. Harris, Michael S. Pritchard, and Michael J. Rabins, 2009, 2005 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, USA ISBN-10: 0-495-50279-0

Principles of Manufacturing Processes

Important technology , Engineering materials , Design , Factors effect of  manufacturing method , classification ofManufacturing processes, their advantages and disadvantages,cutting tool materials,  Tools geometrical shapes , Variables cutting effect, mechanism of chip formation, heat generation and cutting tool temperature, cutting forces,tool wear, tool life, cutting fluids,Vertical cutting , inclined cutting.


  1. FundamentalsofModernManufacturing,Groover
  2. Metal Cutting,E.M.Trent
  3. Processes and Materials of Manufacture, Roy A. Lindberg
  4. Metal Cutting Principles, Milton C.Shaw
Manufacturing Processes

Shaping and planning,Plain Turning, Taper Turning, Thread Cutting,  Estimation of machining time for the above turning processes, Drilling, Tapping, Reaming, milling, Surface Milling. Gear Cutting, Contour Milling, grinding, finishing operations, surface finish in machining


  1. Manufacturing Science by AmitabhaGhosh and Asokkumar Malik
  2. Machine tools by R.N.Datta
  3. Metal Cutting Principles by Milton C.Shaw
Stress analysis
Types of stresses the stress equation of equilibrium , The stress equation of equilibrium , plane stress and plane strain , The stress-strain relation , The stress equations and compatibility, Generalized hooks low, Stress and strain in three dimension , thermal stresses ,Experimental stress analysis, Yield criterias'(plasticity), rings disc and cylinders subjected to rotation , train beyond the elastic limit, plastic stress-strain relation, metals working process
Failure Analyses

Engineering aspects of failure and failure analysis. Basic Concepts in Fracture Mechanics, Mechanics Of Fracture- Static Loading, Theories Of Failure, Fatigue, Basics of Fracture Toughness, Distorsionand Failure of Metals, Failure Analysis Of Creep Rupture Destructive Test Of Materials, Wear And Tear Strengthening Mechanisms.


  1. Hertz berg R W, “Deformation and fracture mechanics of Engineering Materials”Second Edition John Wiley sons inc, New York 1983.
  2. Knott. J.F, “Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics” Butterworth London, 1973.
  3. KareHellan,“Introduction of Fracture Mechanics”, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1985.
  4. Metallurgy of FailureAnalysis, Das A.K., Tata McGrawHill, 1992
Ceramics and Glasses
Ceramic raw materials, properties – advantages – limitations, clays , cement , and concrete , Portland cement , Masonry mortar , Cement and concrete , Industrial ceramic , basic structure and properties , Ceramic classification and properties , Engineering and technical ceramic , refraction glass, Nature of glass Type of glass and properties ,Manufacturing process, Optical properties , Electrical properties , Mechanical properties , Body Partition , Making methods, Firing and finishing Properties important during making preparation, reaction occurring on firing
Composite Materials

Fundamentals of composites, need for composites,Types of fibers used in Composite materials  and their chemical composition , Type of matrix used in Composite, Development of Composite fibers, Preparation of fibers and their performing , Reinforcing fibers, Properties of industrial , properties of Composite ,Non constructive evolution of Composites, Types of Composites , Hand layout process for Composites articles, Hand layout process for composites , Composites articles by injection mouldin, Non polymeric composites, Designing of articles from composite materials,

Materials Selection for Design I , II

Criteria for selection of materials, application of statistics in materials selection, specification of steels,Composition, heat treatment, microstructure and properties of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, ceramics andpolymers for light and heavy structural, corrosion resistant, magnetic, electrical and electronic applications,medical implants and prostheses application.     


  1. M.F. Ashby: Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, Butterworth Heinemann, 2005.
  2. Pat L. Mangonon: The Principles of Materials Selection and Design, Prentice Hall International, Inc.1999.

Selection for fatigue, Selection for creep and temperature resistance, Selection for wear resistance, Selection for thermal properties, Selection for electrical properties, Selection formagnatic properties, Selection of processes, surface finish, machining of metals, cost aspects of process selection.


  1. M.F. Ashby: Engineering Materials, 4th Edition, Elsevier, 2005.
  2. M.F. Ashby: Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, Butterworth Heinemann, 2005.
  3. ASM Publication, Vol.20: Materials Selection and Design, ASM, 1997.
  4. Pat L. Mangonon: The Principles of Materials Selection and Design, Prentice Hall International, Inc.1999


Insulating Materials

Introduction , electric field , electric field strength , electric flux density ,Polarization mechanisms, electronic polarization , Ionic polarization , Orientation polarization, space charge polarization, total polarization of dielectric material , the internal field in solid and liquid the polarization catastrophe , capacitors, Effect of frequency on the dielectric constant , effect of temperature on polarization and dielectric constant . Important points for the selection of a dielectric materials ferroelectric materials , hysteresis curve , Electrostriction , piezoelectricity , Important requirements of good insulating materials ,  Dielectric loses , significance of the loss tangent , depending on of the loss tangent on temperature , and frequency , Dipolar relaxation frequency and temperature depending of the dielectric constant of polar dielectric properties of polymeric system , Ionic conductivity in insulator , magnetic permeability , magnetic susceptibility , Classification of magnetic in magnetic materials, B-H curve fore diamagnetic paramagnetic , Ferromagnetic materials Classification of magnetic materials(hard , and soft magnetic materials), Reflectors , Absorbers, Resonators, Sound insulation , airborne and impact insulation , Methods of  improving airborne sound insulation of building element, Sound insulation, airborne and impact insulation , Methods of improving airborne sound insulation of building element , Vibration , Thermal conductivity, coefficient of thermal conductivity , Equivalent thickness of various walls , Compound wall, Thermal resistance , Properties of thermal insulation materials .


Industrial Engineering
The role of industrial engineering , Facility location , layout of physical Facilities ,Determine the number of machine productivity measures, Fitness for use quality characteristic, Quality control procedures, Engineering economy , present worth, equivalent worth, period Determine variable cost , Fixed cost , Function of maintenance , Corrective maintenance versus, planned maintenance , group replacement versus individual replacement, long term planning for maintenance , Reliability,  Reliability measure , Reliability test, Network calculations, Determine the costs of crashing  the project ,Determine the probability of completing project , Updating critical path analysis, Further reading on ISO9000/2000