CE_201 Statics

This course is designed to expose the students to the basic principles of statics. The content of the course will be emphasized on the application of the basic principles of mechanics used in Civil/Mechanical Engineering. Mechanics on Statics deals with equilibrium of bodies, i.e., bodies at rest and bodies in motion with a constant velocity. The subject of Statics deals with forces acting on rigid bodies at rest covering coplanar and non-coplanar forces, concurrent and non-concurrent forces, friction forces, hydrostatic forces, centroid and moments of inertia. Much time will be spent finding resultant forces for a variety of force systems, as well as analyzing forces acting on bodies to find the reacting forces supporting those bodies. This course also shows how to find the internal forces in structural elements and how the get the centroid and inertia for areas. Students will develop critical thinking skills necessary to formulate appropriate approaches to problem solutions

Prerequisites PHYS 110

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CE_202 Civil Engineering Drawing

Introduction to Engineering Drawing in detail, Graphic Communication for Engineers the role of engineer on a design team, Civil Engineering Drawings Site Plans, Floor Plans, Buildings Complete Hand Sketch Drawings. Introduction to Auto Cad -Settings, Basic Commands, Drawings, Civil Engineering Drawing – Buildings - Reinforced Concrete Detailing CAD, Plumbing, Structural Steel Detailing.

Prerequisites ENGR 103

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CE_219 Mechanics Of Materials

This is a core subject. Students will be able to understand the basic theory of the fundamental principles of mechanics of materials. Students will be able to incorporate these basic fundamentals into application of the basic design of simple structures. It will assure them of the concepts of stress and strain, plane-stress transformation, shear force and bending moment, stresses in beams, and deflections of beams, columns, and torsion. At the end of the course, the students should be able to solve numerous problems that depict realistic situations encountered in engineering practice. The students will also be able to develop and master the skills of reducing any such problem from its physical description to a model or symbolic representation to which the principles may be applied.

Prerequisites CE 201 and MATH 202

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CE_271 Surveying

This course provides the basic theory and practice of surveying to civil engineering students. Methods of establishing horizontal & vertical control for construction and design are explained, compared and practiced via fieldworks. Since accuracy of surveying, work is vital in ensuring designs are exactly positioned, students must be able to analyse errors so that standard accuracies are met. Detailing for producing site plans, area and volume estimations, road curves geometric design are also discussed. The concepts of field survey automation and the usage of software are explained. At the end of the course, students are expected to be able to plan, execute, compute and analyse surveying works involved in establishing horizontal & vertical controls and producing plans for civil engineering applications. Students should also be able to geometrically design horizontal and vertical curves according to standards perform area calculations and volume estimation for earthwork activities in civil engineering.

Prerequisites CE-201

CE_281 Civil Engineering Materials

This course is designed for students to understand the different types of construction materials in civil engineering. It will emphasize on types and function of cement, the function of aggregates in concrete, water, admixtures, properties of fresh and hardened concrete, concrete mix design, manufacturing concrete on site, properties and application of timber, steel, aluminum, masonry, asphalt and other latest materials in construction industry. The mechanical properties of these materials will be discussed in detail as well. At the end of the course students should be able to describe, identify and discuss the properties and behavior of different types of civil engineering materials together with the applications of the materials in practice

Prerequisites CE 219

CE_312 Structural Analysis 1

This course covers the analysis of statically determinate civil engineering structures. The course emphasizes on the analysis of structures subjected to various load conditions by using classical solution techniques. The course is related to the analysis of structures for static and moving loads, determination of support reactions, axial forces, shear forces and bending moments. Several types of structures are studied in detail, such as trusses, Cables, Archs, beams and frames. Structural analysis at this stage is devoted to the study of internal forces and deflections using direct and energy methods. At the end of the course, students should be able to apply the knowledge and use the techniques that they have learned to solve problems in structural engineering with a limitation to statically determinate systems. This course is a pre-requisite of structures 2, where students have the opportunity to extend their knowledge to the analysis of statically indeterminate structures

Prerequisites CE 219

CE_321 Soil Mechanics

This subject is a compulsory subject for Civil Engineering students. The content of this subject will give student basic understanding and exposure towards practical in Geotechnical Engineering. It will cover basic Soil properties which, consists of soil composition, soil classification and soil compaction. Besides that, it will also discuss water in soil and soil shear strength. After course completion, students will able to apply the knowledge of basic Soil properties, such as water in Soil and Shear Strength parameters in the planning, analysis, design and supervision of Geotechnical engineering works.

Prerequisites CE-219

CE_351 Fluid Mechanics

This course introduces and applies the concepts of Fluid Mechanics (Fluid Statics, Fluid Kinematics, Forces, Flow in closed conduits and centrifugal pumps). These concepts are used to solve Civil Engineering problems involving fluids. This encompasses topics such as Fluid Statics and Fluid Dynamics. The concepts of pressure and force are introduced in both static and dynamic cases. The governing equations are derived in both general and more specific situations. The course covers practical applications such as the analysis of fluid flow in closed conduits where head losses take place. The performance characteristics, functions and applications of centrifugal pumps in pipeline systems are also demonstrated and analyzed.

Prerequisites MATH 204 and CE 201

CE_315 Structural Analysis II

This course is designed to expose the students in analyzing two-dimensional structures using a matrix operational method and computer applications. The matrix operational method is also suitable to be programmed in computers as the solutions adopt the matrix concept. The course consists of the slope deflection method, moment distribution method, flexibility method, the stiffness method, concept for solving matrices, an introduction to finite element method and also structural modelling using existing software. The structures include beams, trusses and frames. At the end of the course, students should be able to analyses the structures by using the numerical methods and/or the existing computer software. The students should also have a problem solving skill on problems of interest in Civil Engineering structures. The students will have some trainings on Software Programs like SAP2000, MATLAB and ETABS to analyze structures.

Prerequisites CE 312

CE_316 Reinforced Concrete I

This course is a core course which will exposed students to a wider scope of Reinforced Concrete (RC) Design for real world applications. In Reinforced Concrete Design I, the topics to be covered deals with reinforce concrete design introduction, loads and load analysis, design philosophies, design of beams slabs, columns, and footings. The development length and the detailing in reinforce concrete design will also be addressed. The Allowable Stress Design (ASD) or Working Stresses Design Method (WSDM) and the Load Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) or Ultimate Strength Design Method (USDM) will be introduced. The SBC and/or ACI 318 specifications will be followed for the design for the structural components.

Prerequisites CE 312

CE_341 Transportation Engineering

This is one of the compulsory courses. The course introduces the students to various multi-modal systems in transportation in general with some concentration on traffic engineering in the highway system in particular. It covers fundamental aspects in the planning, design, operation and maintenance components of various intermodal transportation systems. It enables graduates to apply these fundamental theories in the field through analyses and design. In this course, the major topics include surface transportation including highways, pedestrians, and railroads; aviation and maritime transportation. The course covers fundamentals of traffic engineering including among others road and vehicle characteristics as well as driver’s behavior. |It also introduces the students to the concepts of traffic flow and LOS (Level of Service) in addition to intersection and interchanges.

Prerequisites ENGR 202 and CE 271

CE_352 Hydraulics

This course illustrates how to employ the principles of fluid mechanics and hydraulics to civil engineering applications where water flows. Topics include pipe flow and its hydraulic systems, open channel flow, ground water, and structures in hydraulic systems. Concepts and applications in this course deal with steady and non-steady water flow. Both primary and secondary hydraulic losses are covered including losses due to friction, bends, valves, entrance, egress, expansion and contraction. The course uses computer simulation to illustrate its concepts and applications.

Prerequisites CE 351

CE_423 Foundation Engineering

This course is a continuation of Soil Mechanics (CE321). The basic theoretical concepts of Soil Mechanics are applied to practical problems in Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering. The course covers lateral pressure theories and their application to retaining structures. It presents the various methods of solution for slope stability problems. Bearing capacity theory is presented in the context of shallow foundations. At the end of this course, students should be able to apply Rankine and Coulomb theories to assess the stability of gravity walls. They will be able to use theoretical approaches and charts to predict the factor of safety for various types of slopes. Finally, they will be able to apply bearing capacity theories to design different types of shallow foundations

Prerequisites CE321 and CE312

CE_415 Brideg Engineering (Elective)

This is an elective course, which is intended to expose the students to the basic knowledge in bridge engineering. The course covers topics on basic bridge conception, structural system, bridge loading, bridge deck analysis and design, selection and design of bridge substructure and superstructure, bridge management, maintenance and rehabilitation. The main parts of the course focus on the grillage modelling and analysis of various types of bridge decks using structural analysis/FEM software, design of simply supported pre-stressed concrete bridge girder, design of steel plate girders, design of substructure components and bridge rehabilitation and maintenance. The analysis and design is based on universal standards such as AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications, The students will have some trainings on Software Programs like SAP2000, MATLAB and ETABS to analyze the bridge structures.

Prerequisites CE 312, and CE315

CE_417 STREEL structures design

This course is one of the core courses. Students will able to incorporate and utilize technology in the analysis and design of steel structures. It will expose the students to the analysis and design of steel structural elements. The Load Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) will be introduced, and will be used in the design of the structural elements throughout the class. The major topics that will be covered, in addition to the general concepts and advantages of steel constructions, are the analysis and design of restrained and unrestrained beams, columns with axial load, and columns with axial load and moment, trusses, bolt and weld connections.

Prerequisites CE 315, and CE 202

CE_442 Highway Engineering

This is a second level transportation engineering required course. It focuses exclusively on highways. It consists of two parts: Roadways and Pavements. The content is tailored to enable students to acquire knowledge on fundamental elements of highway engineering and subsequently be able to apply these fundamental theories in the related field through analyses and design. In this course, the specific major topics include Roadway Geometrical Design, and Pavement Structural Design. Roadway Design includes horizontal alignments (plans), vertical alignments (profiles), and cross sectional elements among others. Structural Pavement Design includes among other pavement materials and tests, hot-mix asphalt design methods (Marshall, Hveem an Superpave); and current design methods for flexible and rigid pavements. The course also introduces students to failures in pavements like fatigue and rutting. The course also covers pavement rehabilitation. Several laboratory sessions will be conducted like the California Bearing Ratio test, and penetration and softening point for bituminous materials among others.

Prerequisites CE 321, and CE 341

CE_497 Senior Design Project I

Senior design project I is a culminating learning experience, an initial part of two consecutive semester capstone design courses offered to undergraduate engineering students. The course introduces students to the meaning, purpose, goals and scope of the capstone design project. The students work in teams on a project assigned to them, selected based on feasibility from one of their three project choices. Projects typically originate from industry, non-profits, and private individuals, or from sources internal to the University (e.g. research or educational). Industry projects are highly desirable for their direct relevance to practice and the “real” world. Students conduct literature review on topics such as background of engineering problems, limitations/issues of contemporary solutions utilizing multiple sources to submit an elaborate senior design project proposal. They conceptualize design solutions and learn how to analyze and select appropriate models for project realization. Throughout the semester, students actively participate in lectures, group meetings and viva to comprehensively complete all aspects of the first part of sequence of capstone design activity. In the conclusion of this course, students prepare a written interim report following a required standard format.

Prerequisites Senior standing

CE_427 Advanced Foundation Engineering (Elective)

This elective course is a continuation of Foundation Engineering (CE323). The course covers General Bearing Capacity of Shallow Foundations, Piles, Groundwater Flow, and Embedded Retaining Walls, Stress Distribution and Settlements and plastic collapse theorems. It extends the concepts of bearing capacity to more general cases such as the introduction of shape and depth factors, inclined and eccentric loads and to the study of deep foundations or piles. Groundwater flow is presented in conjunction with important problems caused by water seepage in soils such as quick conditions in sand, excavation heave in clay, pressure distribution on foundations, retaining structures etc. Analysis of retaining structures is extended to the study of embedded and anchored retaining walls. Stress distribution theories will provide students with practical tools to enable them to undertake hand calculations of stresses under various loading conditions at the surface of the ground and predict the resulting settlements. The last chapter provides an introduction to the theorems of plastic collapse.

Prerequisites CE321 and CE312

CE_431 Environmentai Engineering

This is a core subject. The course is designed to help the students understanding the fundamental aspects of the Environmental Engineering. The course aims to provide firm ground knowledge in fundamental concepts of engineering calculation, material balances and reactions related to environmental problems. This knowledge will be bind together in order to provide proper handling for environmental issues such as issues in water supply, wastewater treatment, air pollution control, solid waste pollution management. This course will develop an environmental engineer that are able to identify the sources of pollution problems through the knowledge application of engineering and sciences and provide better approach in solving the environmental problems.

Prerequisites CE 352

CE_432 Advanced Environmentai Engineering (Elective)

This is a core subject. The course is designed to help the students understanding the fundamental aspects of the Environmental Engineering. The course aims to provide firm ground knowledge in fundamental concepts of engineering calculation, material balances and reactions related to environmental problems. This knowledge will be bind together in order to provide proper handling for environmental issues such as issues in air pollution control, solid waste pollution management, and soil and groundwater pollution treatment. This course will develop an environmental engineer that are able to identify the sources of pollution problems through the knowledge application of engineering and sciences and provide better approach in solving the environmental problems.

Prerequisites CE 352

CE_482 Contracts And Construction Engineering

This course introduces students to Construction Laws, Contracts and Specifications, Construction Projects Parties, Project Lifecycle, Project Participants, and other related topics. The course will emphasize on Public laws related to construction practice i.e. law of contract. Students will also be exposed to construction contract administration which covers the Standard Forms of Contract, disputes in construction and dispute resolutions and Delay Penalties. The 2nd Part of the course include Construction Projects Management, Cost-Time relationships, Network Diagram Construction (Critical Path Method "CPM" and PERT). The last Part of the course covers Construction Equipment, Methods and their selection. The students should also be able to use their knowledge to promote ethical and better image of the construction industry.

Prerequisites ENGR 301, ENGR 302, and CE-281

CE_418 REINFORECE concrete design II

This course is a core course which will exposed students to a wider scope of Reinforced Concrete (RC) Design for real world applications. As a continuation to the Reinforced Concrete Design I, the topics to be covered are design of slabs, beams, columns, footings. Both method of design which are the Allowable Stress Design (ASD) or Working Stresses Design Method (WSDM) and the Load Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) or Ultimate Strength Design Method (USDM) will be introduced

Prerequisites: CE 312, and CE 316

CE_498 Senior Design Project II

Senior design project II is a final part of a sequence of two capstone design courses offered in consecutive semesters to undergraduate engineering students. In this course, students work in teams, continuing on their approved Capstone design proposals to develop the mathematical and simulation models. Their project design specifications incorporate customer requirements while implementing engineering standards and fulfilling realistic constraints. Students provide details on manufacturability of their project design. Prototyping is followed up with detailed analysis of their design which involves verifying the fulfilment of health and safety, economic, environmental, and societal and sustainability constraints. Appropriate validation or testing of the prototype is followed by corrective measures in case of identified deficiencies. Students submit elaborate technical reports and defend their design projects with presentations and advertise them in poster display events.

Prerequisites CE 497

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