قسم الهندسة المدنية - كلية الهندسة




       




النشأة والتطور،



إن الهندسة المدنية هي إحدى التخصصات التي تعني بالبنية التحتية للمجتمعات المدنية وتطويرها بالاتجاه الذي يفي بمتطلبات النهضة الاقتصادية الاجتماعية والثقافية. فالمهندس المدني معني بتصميم وانشاء المباني بمختلف أنواعها فضلاً عن السدود والجسور والطرقات والمطارات وشبكات المياه والري والصرف الصحي.


تأسس قسم الهندسة المدنية عام 1976م (المعهد الفني العالي) وبعد تأسيس كلية التكنولوجيا تخرجت أول دفعة من الكلية في عام 1981م من حملة شهادة الإجازة الخاصة.  ويهدف القسم الى إعداد المهندس المتخصص في مجال الهندسة المدنية القادر على استخدام المعارف العلمية الهندسية في مجالاتها المختلفة وما يستجد في مجال التخصص من تطورات وتقنيات.
إن شمولية هذا التخصص ومرونته يفتح المجال واسعاً أمام خريجي هذا القسم لإيجاد فرص العمل المناسبة والتي تتماشى مع رغباته ومجالات إبداعاته في المؤسسات الحكومية وغير الحكومية.

                                                                                                                                                           

المختبرات

 

من المعروف بان كلية الهندسة من الكليات التطبيقية التي تحتاج الى تمويل ودعم مستمرين في تسيير العملية التدريسية بالكلية وذلك في تخريج مهندسين مسلحين في مهنتهم بالجوانب النظرية والتطبيقية. ان استكمال الجانب النظري مرهونا باستكمال الجانب التطبيقي لذا تعتبر المختبرات والورش الجانب الحيوي الهام والمكمل للعملية التدريسية بالكلية. يتدرب فيها الطلاب وتضيف الى مداركهم وتوسع مفهومهم النظري الهندسي.

لدى القسم الهندسة المدنية المختبرات التالية:-

1)  مختبر الهندسة المدنية العام

2)  مختبر المساحة

3)  مختبر الهندسة البيئية




                                                                                                                                                           


الهيئة التدريسية



 

الرقم

اسم عضو هيئة التدريس

الشهادة العلمية

اللقب العلمي

ملاحظات

1

عبدالله عمر خميس بن دحمان

دكتوراه

أستاذ مشارك

رئيس القسم

2

فيصل حسن شمشير

دكتوراه

أستاذ

 

3

عمر احمد باعباد

دكتوراه

أستاذ مشارك

 

4

عبدالله عمر بن دحمان

دكتوراه

أستاذ مشارك

مدير مركز البيئة

5

انيس يوسف علي

دكتوراه

أستاذ مشارك

 

6

زكي محمد عثمان

دكتوراه

أستاذ مشارك

 

7

زيد ثابت يوسف

دكتوراه

أستاذ مشارك

 

8

ابوبكر محمد بارحيم

دكتوراه

أستاذ مشارك

مدير المركز الاستشاري الهندسي

9

فريد محمد عبد الكريم

دكتوراه

أستاذ مشارك

 

10

عبد السلام قائد محمد

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

11

فهمي عبدالله حكمة

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

12

زينب محمد بيربهاي

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

14

خالد محمد سعيد مسواط

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

15

خالد عبد الحليم حيدر علي

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

16

محمد علي ناصر الجنيد

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

17

سهيل عبد العزيز عبد الرزاق

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

18

وليد عبد الرشيد محمود

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

19

ثابث سالم العزب

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

20

علاء سعيد محمد عبدالملك

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

21

محمد عيدروس زين

دكتوراه

أستاذ مساعد

 

22

نزيه عبدالله فاضل

ماجستير

إستاد مساعد

 

23

احمد محمود سيف

إجازة خاصة

مدرس

 

24

أماني احمد ناجي

ماجستير

مدرس

 

25

حياة عبود صالح عمر

بكالوريوس

معيدة

 

26

وليد ابو بكر القطي

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

27

لبيد احمد محمد قعطبي

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

28

ماجدة سعيد عبدالخير النوبان

بكالوريوس

معيدة

 

29

إبراهيم يحيى أحمد حكيم

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

30

مناف محمد سالم حسن

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

31

ريدان صالح مقطن

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

32

محمد عبدالله محمد بانافع

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

33

محمد موسى احمد عبدالله الحميقاني

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

34

اسامة اسماعيل البكيلي

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

35

بشير محمد عبده سيف

بكالوريوس

معيد

 

36

عمرو ابوبكريارحيم

بكالوريوس

معيد

 






                                                                                                                                                           

المنهــج الدراســـي

 

CURRICULUM

DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES

 

العام الأول   FIRST YEAR 

 

1st. Semester

 

2nd. Semester

 

Course No.

Course Name

Course No.

Course Name

UR101

English Language I

UR102

Arabic Language I.

FR121

Mathematics I

UR104

English Language II

FR131

Physics I

FR122

Mathematics II

FR150

Workshop Technology

FR132

Physics II

FR151

Introduction to Computers

FR140

Chemistry

FR153

Geometrical Drawing

FR154

Descriptive Geometry

 

Total

FR152

Computer Programming

*

Mathematics (Supplementary)

 

 

 

 

  العام الثاني     SECOND YEAR

 

3rd Semester

4th. Semester

 

Course No.

Course Name

Course No.

Course Name

UR201

Arabic Language II

FR222

Mathematics IV

FR201

Technical English

FR262

Thermodynamics

FR221

Mathematics III

CE204

Surveying I

FR260

Engineering Mechanics

CE212

Mechanics of Solids

EE205

Principles of Electrical Engineering.

CE202

Civil Engineering Drawing II

CE201

Civil Engineering Drawing I

CE262

Building Construction

CE203

Engineering Geology

CE214

Civil Engineering Materials

 

العام الثالث   THIRDYEAR

 

5th Semester

6th Semester

 

Course No.

Course Name

Course No.

Course Name

UR311

General Culture

UR312

Islamic Culture

FR321

Numerical Computation

CE312

Structural Analysis II

CE301

Surveying II

CE332

Soil Mechanics

CE311

Structural Analysis I

CE314

Reinforced concrete Design I

CE361

Concrete Tech. & Testing

CE322

Hydraulics

CE 321

Fluid mechanics

CE352

Environmental Engineering I

*

Summer Training

 

 

 

   العام الرابع  FOURTHYEAR

 

 

7th semester

 

8th Semester

Course No.

Course Name

Course No.

Course Name

CE411

Structural analysis III

CE412

Reinforced Concrete Design III

CE413

Reinforced Concrete Design II

CE442

Transportation Engineering II

CE415

Foundation Engineering

CE422

Water Resources Engineering

CE441

Transportation Engineering I

CE414

Steel Design I

CE451

Environmental Engineering II

CE462

Construction Management

CE421

Engineering Hydrology

CE472

Course Project II

CE471

Course Project I

*

Summer Training

 

  العام الخامس FIFTH YEAR

 

9th Semester

 

10th Semester

 

Course No.

Course Name

Course No.

Course Name

FR561

Engineering Economics and Management

 

Elective II

CE561

Quantity Surveying & Estimation

CE572

Project Part II

CE511

Steel Design II

 

 

 

Elective I

 

 

CE573

Seminar

 

 

CE571

Project Part I

 

 

 

Total

 

 

 

The Elective course groupings arelisted as below.

 

Elective I

 

Elective II

 

Course No.

Course Name

Course No.

Course Name

CE513

Dynamics Of  Structures

CE512

Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis

CE515

Concrete Tanks

CE514

Concrete Bridges

CE517

Finite Element Method

CE516

Prestressed Concrete Design

CE521

Hydraulic Structures

CE518

Shell Design

CE523

Numerical Methods in Water Resources Engineering

CE522

Groundwater Engineering

CE525

Computer Aided Analysis and Design in Water Resources Engineering

CE524

Coastal Engineering

CE527

Irrigation & Drainage Engineering

CE532

Earth Pressure and Retaining structures

CE531

Advanced Geo-technical Engineering

CE534

Soil Stabilization

CE533

Rock Mechanics

CE542

Airport Engineering

CE541

Traffic Engineering

CE544

Advanced Highway Engineering

CE543

Ports & Harbour Engineering

CE546

Urban Transportation Planning

CE553

Environmental Control

CE552

Environmental Pollution

CE555

Industrial Waste

CE554

Waste Water Reclamation and Reuse

 





                                                                                                                                                           

ملخص المساقات

 

DESCRIPTION OF COURSES

 

CE201            Civil Engineering Drawing –I:

 

Introduction. Isometric and perspective,shade and shadow. Conventional representation of building materials, types offoundation. General principles in the stone masonry construction. Types ofbricks, types of walls. Classification and methods of arch constructionclassification of lintels. Location of doors, windows and their types.Classification of stairs, balustrades. Classification of roofs, floor. Structuraldetails for the building.

CE203            Engineering Geology:

 

Introduction. Minerology, identification of minerals,physical properties, common rock forming minerals. Petrology, Igneous rocks,sedimentary rocks, metamorphic rocks. Structural geology, dip and strike,folds, faults, unconformities, joints, structures due to denudation, mountainbuilding. Physical Geology, rock weathering and soils, work of wind, work ofrivers, work of sea. Hydrogeology, sources of water, hydrological cycle,geological work of groundwater, occurrence, hydrological properties of rocks,wells and springs.

 

CE204            Surveying – I:

 

Principles ofsurveying, classifications, Linear Measurements –direct and indirect methods,chain surveying, compass surveying, Traverses, Levelling and contouring,equipment and methods, computation of areas and volumes.

 

CE212              Mechanics of Solids:

 

Introduction- Definition of stress,Equations of equilibrium, General case of plane stress, Principal stress,Maximum shear stress; Mohr’s circle of stresses, Centroidal properties of planearea; Concepts of strains, Strain displacement relations, principal strains,Plane strain; Elastic constants, stress-strain relationships; Torsion ofshafts; bending and shear stresses of beam, Combined stress; Strain energymethods; stability; torsion.

CE202            Civil Engineering Drawing –II:

 

Introduction; History of architecture;Principles of architectural design; Orientation of buildings; Factors affectingorientation; Functional requirements of buildings; Ventilation, Functionalrequirements of ventilation; Architecture and environment, Effect of climate inarchitectural design; Small design project.

CE262            Building Construction:

 

Definition and purposes of building, conceptof  foundation, masonry constructions,framed structure and partitions, miscellaneous structures, cement concrete,temporary supporting structures and concrete construction, floor and flooringtypes, roof types, piles.

 

CE214            Civil EngineeringMaterials:

 

Clay products, bricks, lime, cement, mortar,aggregates, timber, ferrous metal, steel, paints, plastics and glass,miscellaneous materials.




                                                                                                                                                           



 

CE301            Surveying – II:

Theodolite traversing - equipmentand methods, measurements of horizontal and vertical angles, Tachometricsurveying, Curves – different types – elements – setting procedures,Triangulation, Photogrammetric terms, Photo-interpretation and remote Sensing,others measurements, Theory of errors – Estimation of most probable values.

 

CE311            Structural Analysis – I:

 

Simple stresses and strain. Bending momentand shear forces in statically determinate beams and frames. Biaxial tensionand compression. Analysis of plane stress. Geometrical properties of planeareas. Torsion of circular shafts, bars. Theory of columns. Methods of analysisof forces in pin-jointed. Analysis of three-hinged arches. Influence lines ofdeterminate structures.

 

CE361 Concrete Technology and Testing:

 

Introduction to concrete as a structuralmaterial. Concrete mix design. Mixing, transporting and placing of concrete.Properties of fresh concrete. Compaction of concrete. Curing of concrete.Properties of hardened concrete. Shrinkage and creep of concrete. Permeabilityand durability of concrete. Special concrete and concreting processes.

 

CE321            Fluid Mechanics:

 

Introduction; Fluid properties and classification of fluids.Pressure and pressure measurements; Fluid statics and Fluids in rigid bodymotion; Equilibrium of floating bodies. Fluid flow kinematics; Energy equationand its Applications; Momentum Equation and its Applications; Dimensionalanalysis and modelling criteria.

 

CE312            Structural Analysis – II:

 

Deformation of statically determinate beams.Deflection of statically determinate trusses. Analysis of staticallyindeterminate beams and rigid frames. Analysis of statically indeterminatetrusses by the force method. The three- moment equation.

 

CE332            Soil Mechanics:

 

Introduction-Soil Definition, Formation,types; Weathering. Index properties. Derivation of basic equations,Inter-relations, Simple engineering tests, Grain size distribution, hydrometeranalysis, Consistency of cohesive soils, identification and classification ofsoils. Soil compaction. Permeability. Principle of effective stress,, Quickcondition. Seepage, Equation of continuity, Laplacian equations, Flowpotential, Flow nets, Phreatic line,. Dupuit’s solution, Schaffernak  solution, Casagrande’s solution.Consolidation, Consolidation settlement, Terzaghi Theory of consolidation,Degree of consolidation. Shear strength-Introduction, Basic concepts, Mohr’scircle, Shear testing of soil.

 

CE314            Reinforced Concrete Design –I:

 

Introduction, Design Philosophies, Designmethods, Codes of Practice. Limit state design, Ultimate limit state,Serviceability limit state, Load combinations, Design stress-strain curves formaterials. Section Design-Rectangular sections, T-sections, L-sections, Singlyand Doubly reinforced sections. Shear, Bond and Torsion- Design of shearreinforcements, Anchorage,Bonds, Laps, Joints, Torsion reinforcements. Deflection and Cracking-Deflection limits and checks, Modification factors for tension and compressionreinforcements, Cracking limits and control, Bar spacing control. Design ofslabs- types of slabs, Design methods, Design of One-Way and Two-Ways slabs - Simply supported andrestrained-, bending and shear force coefficients, Sketching and detailing ofslab reinforcements.

 

CE322            Hydraulics:

 

Flow Regimes. Laminar Flow; Frictional head loss; Velocitydistribution. Introduction To boundary layer theory. Turbulent flow in closedconduits; Friction factor. Pipe flow; Pipe networks. Open channel flow; Normal and critical flows;Steady hydraulic jump; Gradually Varied Flow; Water surface profiles.

CE352            Environmental Engineering– I:

 

Water cycle and source of water. Rain falland run off. Estimation of water consumption. Population studies andforecasting. Quantity of water. Fluctuation in demand of water. Quality ofwater. Disinfection. Conveyance of water. Pumps. Surface water collection work.Treatments. The water standards.

 

 

CE411            Structural Analysis – III:

 

The slope- deflection method. The moment-distribution method. Approximate methods of multistory- frame analysis. Kani’smethod. Plastic theory of bending.

 

CE413            Reinforced Concrete Design –II:

 

Ribbed Slabs- Design considerations, Designprocedure, Shear, deflection and crack control. Flat Slabs- Analysis andDesign, Shear, deflection and crack control. Stair Slabs- Design of transverseand longitudinal spanning stair slabs. Columns-Types, Loads, Design considerations,Short and slender columns subjected to axial loads, uniaxial moment and biaxialbending, Braced and unbraced columns. Foundations- general considerations,Design of axially and eccentrically loaded pad bases, Design of strip wallfootings.

 

CE415            Foundation Engineering:

 

Introduction to foundation engineering.Stress distribution in soil- Introduction, Boussinesq’s equation, Westergard’sequation, Newmark’s influence diagram, Vertical Stress variation, Faudem’smethod. Foundation settlement. Bearing capacity of soils. Pile foundations.Lateral earth pressure. Stability of slopes.

 

CE441            Transportation Engineering– I:

 

Introduction; HighwayPlanning-Transportation Demand, Factors affecting demand, Highwayclassification, Planning surveys; Traffic forecasting. Geometric Design.Highway Material Pavement Design. Highway Construction and Maintenance.

 

CE 451            EnvironmentalEngineering –II:

 

General- sewerage system.Pumping station and rising main. Composition and characteristics of sewage. Treatmentworks. Activated sludge treatment. Oxidation pond, construction and design.Sewerage of isolated areas. Sewage disposal works.

CE421            Engineering Hydrology:

Introduction to hydrologic cycle and its various components.Physical land surface process- Evaporation, rainfall, interception,infiltration and stream flow. Hydrologic measurements. Flood estimation by unithydrograph theory, synthetic unit hydrograph, elementary flood frequencyanalysis, reservoir sizing. Hydrologic flood routing in reservoirs andchannels, Groundwater hydraulics.

 

CE 471            CourseProject – I:

Students are expected to developbetter skills in one of the fields of civil engineering.

 

 

CE412            Reinforced Concrete Design– III:

 

Foundations- Design of combined bases forcolumns, Raft slab/ slab and beam construction. Retaining Walls- Types, EarthPressure, Design procedure. Framed Buildings- Types and structural action,Loading on beams, Arrangement and critical loading, Shear and moment envelopes,Moment redistribution in beams, Curtailment of bars, Design of differentmembers in building frame.

 

CE442            Transportation Engineering –II:

 

Trraffic Engineering; Airport Engineering;Docks and Harbours, Docks, Breakwaves;, Material handling equipment.

 

CE 422            WaterResources Engineering:

 

Input Studies, Soil-Water-plantrelationship and assessment of irrigation requirement. Irrigation system, canaldesign, regime concept of stable channel design, tractive force, method ofstable channel design, reservoir studies, storage works and diversion works,canal regulation works, transition subcritical flow, cross drainage works,design of falls and modules, design principles of gravity dam sections,spillway types, energy dissipators.

 

CE 414            SteelDesign – I:

 

Structural steels, tensionmembers, structural fasteners, welding, compression members, beams(laterallysupported), continuous beam design.

 

CE462            Construction Management:

 

Construction management (definition andconcepts). Construction management methodologies. Advanced computer based constructionmanagement. Value management. Field organization. Contractual aspects ofconstruction. Studies of some construction management. Outlook for constructionmanagement.

CE 472            CourseProject – II:

 

Students are expected to developbetter skills in one of the fields of civil engineering.




                                                                                                                                                           



CE301            Surveying – II:

Theodolite traversing - equipmentand methods, measurements of horizontal and vertical angles, Tachometricsurveying, Curves – different types – elements – setting procedures,Triangulation, Photogrammetric terms, Photo-interpretation and remote Sensing,others measurements, Theory of errors – Estimation of most probable values.

 

CE311            Structural Analysis – I:

 

Simple stresses and strain. Bending momentand shear forces in statically determinate beams and frames. Biaxial tensionand compression. Analysis of plane stress. Geometrical properties of planeareas. Torsion of circular shafts, bars. Theory of columns. Methods of analysisof forces in pin-jointed. Analysis of three-hinged arches. Influence lines ofdeterminate structures.

 

CE361 Concrete Technology and Testing:

 

Introduction to concrete as a structuralmaterial. Concrete mix design. Mixing, transporting and placing of concrete.Properties of fresh concrete. Compaction of concrete. Curing of concrete.Properties of hardened concrete. Shrinkage and creep of concrete. Permeabilityand durability of concrete. Special concrete and concreting processes.

 

CE321            Fluid Mechanics:

 

Introduction; Fluid properties and classification of fluids.Pressure and pressure measurements; Fluid statics and Fluids in rigid bodymotion; Equilibrium of floating bodies. Fluid flow kinematics; Energy equationand its Applications; Momentum Equation and its Applications; Dimensionalanalysis and modelling criteria.

 

CE312            Structural Analysis – II:

 

Deformation of statically determinate beams.Deflection of statically determinate trusses. Analysis of staticallyindeterminate beams and rigid frames. Analysis of statically indeterminatetrusses by the force method. The three- moment equation.

 

CE332            Soil Mechanics:

 

Introduction-Soil Definition, Formation,types; Weathering. Index properties. Derivation of basic equations,Inter-relations, Simple engineering tests, Grain size distribution, hydrometeranalysis, Consistency of cohesive soils, identification and classification ofsoils. Soil compaction. Permeability. Principle of effective stress,, Quickcondition. Seepage, Equation of continuity, Laplacian equations, Flowpotential, Flow nets, Phreatic line,. Dupuit’s solution, Schaffernak  solution, Casagrande’s solution.Consolidation, Consolidation settlement, Terzaghi Theory of consolidation,Degree of consolidation. Shear strength-Introduction, Basic concepts, Mohr’scircle, Shear testing of soil.

 

CE314            Reinforced Concrete Design –I:

 

Introduction, Design Philosophies, Designmethods, Codes of Practice. Limit state design, Ultimate limit state,Serviceability limit state, Load combinations, Design stress-strain curves formaterials. Section Design-Rectangular sections, T-sections, L-sections, Singlyand Doubly reinforced sections. Shear, Bond and Torsion- Design of shearreinforcements, Anchorage,Bonds, Laps, Joints, Torsion reinforcements. Deflection and Cracking-Deflection limits and checks, Modification factors for tension and compressionreinforcements, Cracking limits and control, Bar spacing control. Design ofslabs- types of slabs, Design methods, Design of One-Way and Two-Ways slabs - Simply supported andrestrained-, bending and shear force coefficients, Sketching and detailing ofslab reinforcements.

 

CE322            Hydraulics:

 

Flow Regimes. Laminar Flow; Frictional head loss; Velocitydistribution. Introduction To boundary layer theory. Turbulent flow in closedconduits; Friction factor. Pipe flow; Pipe networks. Open channel flow; Normal and critical flows;Steady hydraulic jump; Gradually Varied Flow; Water surface profiles.

CE352            Environmental Engineering– I:

 

Water cycle and source of water. Rain falland run off. Estimation of water consumption. Population studies andforecasting. Quantity of water. Fluctuation in demand of water. Quality ofwater. Disinfection. Conveyance of water. Pumps. Surface water collection work.Treatments. The water standards.

 

 

CE411            Structural Analysis – III:

 

The slope- deflection method. The moment-distribution method. Approximate methods of multistory- frame analysis. Kani’smethod. Plastic theory of bending.

 

CE413            Reinforced Concrete Design –II:

 

Ribbed Slabs- Design considerations, Designprocedure, Shear, deflection and crack control. Flat Slabs- Analysis andDesign, Shear, deflection and crack control. Stair Slabs- Design of transverseand longitudinal spanning stair slabs. Columns-Types, Loads, Design considerations,Short and slender columns subjected to axial loads, uniaxial moment and biaxialbending, Braced and unbraced columns. Foundations- general considerations,Design of axially and eccentrically loaded pad bases, Design of strip wallfootings.

 

CE415            Foundation Engineering:

 

Introduction to foundation engineering.Stress distribution in soil- Introduction, Boussinesq’s equation, Westergard’sequation, Newmark’s influence diagram, Vertical Stress variation, Faudem’smethod. Foundation settlement. Bearing capacity of soils. Pile foundations.Lateral earth pressure. Stability of slopes.

 

CE441            Transportation Engineering– I:

 

Introduction; HighwayPlanning-Transportation Demand, Factors affecting demand, Highwayclassification, Planning surveys; Traffic forecasting. Geometric Design.Highway Material Pavement Design. Highway Construction and Maintenance.

 

CE 451            EnvironmentalEngineering –II:

 

General- sewerage system.Pumping station and rising main. Composition and characteristics of sewage. Treatmentworks. Activated sludge treatment. Oxidation pond, construction and design.Sewerage of isolated areas. Sewage disposal works.

CE421            Engineering Hydrology:

Introduction to hydrologic cycle and its various components.Physical land surface process- Evaporation, rainfall, interception,infiltration and stream flow. Hydrologic measurements. Flood estimation by unithydrograph theory, synthetic unit hydrograph, elementary flood frequencyanalysis, reservoir sizing. Hydrologic flood routing in reservoirs andchannels, Groundwater hydraulics.

 

CE 471            CourseProject – I:

Students are expected to developbetter skills in one of the fields of civil engineering.

 

 

CE412            Reinforced Concrete Design– III:

 

Foundations- Design of combined bases forcolumns, Raft slab/ slab and beam construction. Retaining Walls- Types, EarthPressure, Design procedure. Framed Buildings- Types and structural action,Loading on beams, Arrangement and critical loading, Shear and moment envelopes,Moment redistribution in beams, Curtailment of bars, Design of differentmembers in building frame.

 

CE442            Transportation Engineering –II:

 

Trraffic Engineering; Airport Engineering;Docks and Harbours, Docks, Breakwaves;, Material handling equipment.

 

CE 422            WaterResources Engineering:

 

Input Studies, Soil-Water-plantrelationship and assessment of irrigation requirement. Irrigation system, canaldesign, regime concept of stable channel design, tractive force, method ofstable channel design, reservoir studies, storage works and diversion works,canal regulation works, transition subcritical flow, cross drainage works,design of falls and modules, design principles of gravity dam sections,spillway types, energy dissipators.

 

CE 414            SteelDesign – I:

 

Structural steels, tensionmembers, structural fasteners, welding, compression members, beams(laterallysupported), continuous beam design.

 

CE462            Construction Management:

 

Construction management (definition andconcepts). Construction management methodologies. Advanced computer based constructionmanagement. Value management. Field organization. Contractual aspects ofconstruction. Studies of some construction management. Outlook for constructionmanagement.

CE 472            CourseProject – II:

 

Students are expected to developbetter skills in one of the fields of civil engineering.

 

                                                                                                                                                           




CE 561 Quantity Surveying and Estimation:

 

Methods of measurements,Detailed estimates of civil engineering works, Specifications, Analysis ofrates, Abstracting and billing, Cost accounting, Approximate rates.

 

 

 

CE 511            SteelDesign – II:

 

Design of Plate Girders;Gantry girders; Design of prestresed steel tanks; Circular tanks includingtheir staging,; Design of steel stack; Plastic analysis of steel structures.

 

CE 573            Seminar:

 

Students arerequired to carry out investigations in specific topic and present it before aspecilized committe.

 

CE 571            Project Part – I:

 

The objective of the projecttheme is the intensification of engineering knowledge, skills and proficiencyin solving a problem in the area of civil engineering. Students areexpected  gain subject-specificjob-related experience. Project works are examined by an authorised committee.

 

CE 572            ProjectPart – II:

 

The objectiveof the project theme is the intensification of engineering knowledge, skills andproficiency in solving a problem in the area of civil engineering. Students areexpected  gain subject-specificjob-related experience. Project works are examined by an authorised committee.

 

Elective I

CE 513            Dynamicsof structures:

 

Undamped and damped singledegree-of-freedom system, Response of one-degree-of-freedom system to harmonicand to general dynamic loading, Generalized coordinates and Rayleigh’s method,response spectra.

CE 515            ConcreteTanks :

 

Design criteria for liquidretaining structures. Design of rectangular, circular and intze tank with theirstaging and foundation.

 

CE 517            FiniteElement Method:

 

Introduction to finite elementmethod; Finite element formulations- Virtual work and Galerkin’s formulations;Shape and interpolation functions; 1-D finite elements; 2-D finiteelements-Structural finite elements, Continuum finite elements, Numericalintegration, Solution schemes for linear algebraic equations.

 

CE 521            HydraulicStructures:

 

Water front structures- Dams,Spillways, Weirs, Regulators. Energy dissipators. Hydraulics of bridges andculverts, Coastal and harbour structures, Seawalls, Jettys,Bulk heads,Structural components of hydropower projects.

 

CE 523 Numerical Methods in Water Resources Engineering:

 

Governing field equations;Computational aspects of numerical schemes; Series solution; Finite differenceand finite element methods; Basic Treatment of numerical schemes, Use ofcomputer Packages, Graphics; Simple case studies.

 

CE 525            ComputerAided Analysis and Design in Water Resources Engineering:

 

Computing techniques, Use ofcomputers; Review of computer languages; Computer graphics; computer aideddesign and analysis of water resources problems; Data base; Use of CAD tosimple case studies.

 

CE 527 Irrigation and Drainage Engineering:

 

Irrigation methods; Irrigationstructures; Surface and Subsurface irrigation methods, Irrigation scheduling ofcrops; Crop duty and water requirements; River training works; Canal headworks; Cross drainage works; Canal design, design of small bridges/ culverts.Necessity for drainage; Surface and subsurface drainage systems; Design ofdrainage systems; Design characteristics of storm water drains; design of tidalchannels.

 

CE 531 Advanced Geo-technical Engineering:

 

Soil structure and claymineralogy; Groundwater flow and seepage; Settlement analysis; Flexible earthretaining structures; Arching in soils; Seismic problems; Ground improvementstechniques.

CE 533            Rockmechanics:

 

Classification of rocks androck masses; Stress in rock masses; Stresses in opening around rocks; cracksand discontinuities in rocks; Rock falls; Griffith's theory; Rock qualitydesignation.

 

 


 

CE 541            TrafficEngineering:

 

Road user characteristics;Vehicle characteristics; Traffic stream parameters- models; Traffic studies;Parameters estimation through models; Traffic control management; Trafficsafety and street lighting.

 

 

CE 543            Portsand Harbour Engineering:

 

Selection of site; Designelements; Harbour works; Docks; Port facilities; Navigational aids and trafficcontrol.

 

CE 553            EnvironmentalControl:

 

Waste water characteristicsand disposal; Stream sanitation, waste water treatment; Primary and secondarytreatment extended aeration; Aerobic, anaerobic and facultative ponds; Sludgedigestion; Septic tanks; Tertiary treatment; Refractory compounds.

 

CE 555            IndustrialWaste:

 

Quality and quantity of watersupplies to and waste from industries; Methods of treatment and disposal ofindustrial wastes most common in an area.

 

Elective II

CE 512 Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis:

 

Fundamentals of StiffnessMethods. Basic concepts of stiffness methods, Action and displacements,equivalent joint loads, Properties of stiffness matrices, Transformation ofcoordinates, Assembly of global matrices. Direct Stiffness method for 2-D and3-D elements. Fundamentals of flexibility methods. Comparison of flexibilityand stiffness methods, Computer programs for truss, continuous beam, and framestructure using stiffness matrix method.

CE 514            ConcreteBridges:

 

Selection of type of bridge;Bridge loading; Analysis and design of T-beam bridge; Slab culverts; Box girderbridges.

 

CE 516 Pre-stressed Concrete Design:

 

Concept of pre-stressing;Methods of Pre-stressing; Advantages and disadvantages; Losses in Pre-stressing;Homogeneous Beam and Loading Balancing concept; Design of Pre-stressed concretebeam in flexure and shear; for limit state of collapse and serviceability.

CE 518            ShellDesign:

 

Theory of elastic thin shells;Membrane theory of cylindrical shells; Shells of revolution; Design of shells;Analysis and design of folded plates.

 

CE 522            GroundwaterEngineering:

Geological formations ofaquifers; Aquifer types; Aquifer parameters; Groundwater exploration and welldevelopment in different regions; Well hydraulics; Pumping tests; Discharge andrecharge wells.

 

CE 524 Coastal Engineering:

 

Basic concepts of wavetheories; small/finite waves amplitudes. Wave kinematics; Wave deformations;Tidal/coastal water characteristics; Wave forecasting; Wave structures; Coastalprocess; Littoral drift on shore/ off shore; Diffusion in coastal waters;

 

CE 532            EarthPressure and Retaining Structures:

 

Theory of earth-retainingpressures; Rigid retaining walls; Flexible retaining structures; Coffer dams;Instrumentation using pie-zometers; Pressure cells; Inclinometers.

 

CE 534 Soil Stabilization:

 

Scope of stabilization,Mechanical, Lime, Cement and Bitumen stabilization; Stabilization withchemicals; Electrical Osmosis; Electromechanical and thermal stabilization;Grouting; Reinforced earth; Use of geo-textiles; Foundation de-watering.

 

CE 544            AdvancedHighway Engineering:

 

Highway Materials- Evaluationof sub-grade soil and road aggregates; Various tests; Types of bituminousbinder and properties; Adhesion and rheology; Design of bituminous mixes.Properties of Soil- Aggregates mixtures; Proportioning and behavior; Soilstabilized mixes. Structural Design of Pavements- Design factors; Equivalentsingle wheel load; Repetition of loads; Pavement structure-soil interaction;Strength of pavement component materials. Flexible Pavements- Empirical andsemi-empirical methods; Layer system analysis and design. Rigid pavements- Loadand temperature stresses; Analysis and design. Pavement and Strengthening-Various techniques of design of overlays; Pavement evaluation. Strengthening ofpavements.

 

CE 542            AirportEngineering:

 

Airport planning; Geometricdesign of runways and taxies; Turn-way capacity and design; Runway pavementdesign; Airport drainage; Airport terminals; Air traffic control.

 

CE 546            UrbanTransportation Planning:

 

Objectives; Planning process;Study area delineation; Transportation studies; Travel demand estimation; Tripgeneration; Trip distribution; Modal split; Trip assignment; Plan preparationand evaluation before and after studies.

 

CE 552            EnvironmentalPollution:

 

Water pollution; Causes;Effects and control. Standards; Air pollution-

causes, effects, kinetics;Measurements and standards; Principal control measures, Case studies; Landpollution; Other types of pollution with case studies.

 

CE 554            WasteWater Reclamation and Reuse:

 

Significance of waste water reuse; Characteristics ofsecondary effluents, industrial, agricultural, recreational and domestic use;Advanced waste water treatment; Selection and combination of unit processes toobtain the desired water quality



                                                                                                                                                           




صبراً آل المنصوري صبراً آل الجعدني كلية الآداب بجامعة عدن تحتفل بعيد الإستقلال بجملة من الفعاليات المتنوعة رئيس جامعة عدن يجتمع بعمادة ورؤساء أقسام كلية الإعلام لتنظيم عمل الكلية رئيس جامعة عدن يرأس إجتماع المجلس الإستشاري الأعلى لمعالجة قضايا المجلس رئيس جامعة عدن يلتقي نائب وزير التخطيط لمتابعة مشروع المستشفى التعليمي صبراً ال مهيب عباد رئيس جامعة عدن يعزي القاضي علي عطبوش في وفاة والدته مجلس جامعة عدن يدين بشدة محاولة إغتيال الدكتور عقلان ويقدم حلولاً ومعالجات لاوضاع الطلاب الاقتصادية (66) عضوًا مستجدًا بكلية الاقتصاد يخضعون لدورة التأهيل التربوي لضمان جودة التعليم البقاء لله كلية التربية عدن تنظم حلقة نقاش حول الاستدامة المالية لرؤساء الأقسام و لأعضاء الهيئة التدريسية فيها* رئاسة جامعة عدن تصدر بيان إدانة واستنكار حول محاولة إغتيال الأستاذ الدكتور محمد عبد الله عقلان نائب رئيس جامعة عدن للدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي كلية الصيدلة تحتفل بتدشين برنامج الماجستير للدفعة الأولى جامعة عدن تختتم إمتحانات القبول للسنة التحضيرية بنجاح منقطع النظير لليوم الثالث على التوالي إمتحانات القبول لبرنامج السنة التحضيرية في الكليات الطبية تتواصل بنجاح وشفافية* جامعة عدن تدشن القبول بكلية طب الأسنان وتشدد بضرورة متابعة الموقع الإلكتروني للجامعة كلية الصيدلة تدشن برنامج الماجستير لطلاب الدراسات العليا بقسم علم الادوية والسموم. جامعة عدن تدشن إمتحانات القبول لكلية الطب والعلوم الصحية بزخم طلابي كبير رئيس جامعة عدن يعزي وزير التخطيط والتعاون الدولي في وفاة عمه اللجنة العليا للقبول بجامعة عدن تحدد الآلية المتبعة والفترة النهائية لتسجيل الطلاب الطاقة المتجددة ودورها في التنمية المستدامة وحماية البيئة جامعة عدن تقدم العزاء في والدة الأمين العام المساعد للجامعة الذي سيقام يوم غد بقاعة المفلحي الجمعية السكنية التعاونية الثانية بجامعة عدن تدشن صرف عقود التمليك لمنتسبيها صبراً آل الفقيه صبراً آل بن بريك برئاسة رئيس جامعة عدن ،،، اللجنة العليا لإمتحانات القبول تقر الطلاب المقبولين للعام الجامعي(2021-2022م) رئيسا جامعتي عدن ولحج يوقعان محضر تفاهم وإتفاق مشترك لأجل الإستقلال التدريجي فيما بينهما مجلس جامعة عدن يعقد دورته الخامسة برئاسة رئيس الجامعة ​اختيار طبيبة من جامعة عدن ضمن فريق دولي خاص بعلاج سوء التغذية رئيس جامعة عدن يرأس الإجتماع الخاص بتطوير وتحقيق أهداف السنة التحضيرية رئيس جامعة عدن يترأس الإجتماع الخاص باللجنة العليا للقبول والتسجيل رئيس جامعة عدن يفتتح ورشة التعليم المدمج بكلية الحاسوب وتكنولوجيا المعلومات بمعية وكيل وزارة التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي رئيس جامعة عدن يطمئن على صحة مدير مكتب الشؤون الاجتماعية والعمل بالعاصمة عدن القائم بأعمال رئيس جامعة عدن يبحث سبل التعاون والشراكة الحقيقية مع منظمة (UNDP) لتمكين المرأة في المجال الحقوقي والقانوني صبراً آل باوزير بحضور وزير الاتصالات وتقنية المعلومات.. جامعة عدن تدشن عمل السجل الأكاديمي الالكتروني رئيس جامعة عدن يبعث برقية عزاء ومواساة لوزير المالية في وفاة أخيه رئيس جامعة عدن يبحث سبل التعاون الأكاديمي المشترك مع جامعة العطاء وآفاق تطويره رئيس جامعة عدن يتفقد الإستعدادات الأولية لإفتتاح مشروع مختبرات كلية الصيدلة جامعة عدن