AlMughtaribeen University AlMughtaribeen University

# Subject Credit Hours
1 Statistics & Probabilities 3

5th Semester

2 Structures Theory (i) 3
3 Concrete Technology 3
4 Steel Structures Design (i) 3
5 Fluid Mechanics (i) 3
6 Material Mechanics (ii) 3
# Subject Credit Hours
1 Numaerical Analysis 3

 

6th Semester

2 Reinforced Concrete Structures Design (i) 3
3 Surveying (ii) 3
4 Material Mechanics (iii) 3
5 Fluid Mechanics (ii) 3
6 Soil Mechanics (i) 3

CVE31106 Material Mechanics II

Bending stress in beams, Deflection of beams using double integration method, Deflection of beams using Macaulay method, Composite beams, Combined stress (bending and direct stresses), Shear stresses in beams and shear centre, Strain analysis and Mohr circle for strains, Measurement of strains.

EGS32502  Surveying II

types of Theodolite, permanent calibration of Theodolite, vertical measuring bar, traverse surveying, traverse surveying using the Theodolite: checking, scripting, and measuring, calculation and correction of coordinates, accuracy and errors, the compass traverse: drawing measurements and relative accuracy, triangulation, scripting, and measuring, computations, forward intersection, reverse intersection, triangulation compensation, ribbing.

Optical measuring instruments, distance measurement using optical techniques, total station.

CVE32103 Material Mechanics III

Torsion of non-circular and thin-walled sections, Buckling of perfect struts, Buckling of struts with imperfections (initial curvature and eccentric loading), Introduction of Plastic Analysis, Thick-walled cylinders, Analysis of bars with initial curvature, Theories of failure, Introduction to vibration.

CVE31102  Structure Theory I

Analysis of statically determinate trusses; method of joints, method of sections and graphical method, Tension coefficient Method, Deflection in beams and trusses; moment-area method, conjugate beam method, virtual work method and castigliano's first theorem, Bending moment and shear force diagrams for determinate frames, Analysis of three hinged arches; analysis of parabolic and circular arches, Influence lines for statically determinate structures; influence lines for beams, arches and trusses, moving loads.

GSC31101  Statistics and probability

Statistical concepts in modem society, frequency distribution, the normal distribution, element  of statistical inference, estimation and hypothesis  Testing  contingency tables linear regression & correlation, simple analysis of variance, introduction to Basics of probability and its applications  the Basics concepts of probability,  random variables and their application functions.

CVE41101 Structure Theory II

Analysis of indeterminate structures by three moment equation; fired beams, slope and deflection method, Moment Distribution method, Influence lines for indeterminate structures by Muller’s Breakan Principles, Use of Models.

CVE42102  Structure Theory III

Energy Method – Castigliano's Second theorem – Least work method – Applications to Indeterminate structure e.g. Trusses, Continuous beams, frames two-hinged and fixed arches, space trusses, lack of fit, settlement of support temperature stresses.

CVE31103 Concrete Technology

Introduction to concrete – Why, how & where is concrete used, and brief history of using concrete in Sudan and middle east, Cement: Manufacture, properties, hydration chemical reactions & physical process, porosity, microstructure of hardened cement paste, Aggregate: type and properties of aggregate, winning and processing of aggregates, size distribution and grading, bulk density and deleterious materials, Fresh concrete: consistence (workability) and factors affecting it. Water/cement ration, Testing methods for consistence, (slump test, compactability, flow test, Vebe test, two point test … etc), Fresh concrete other topics: cohesion, bleeding, plastic settlement and shrinkage, concrete curing requirement and methods, Hardened cement paste: factors affecting strength, methods for measuring compressive and tensile strength, characteristic strength, early strength testing, Hardened cement deformations: drying shrinkage, creep, stress strain relationship, aggregate/cement ratio, thermal expansion, Concrete durability: permeability and porosity, corrosion of reinforcement, sulphate attack, freeze-thaw attack, alkali aggregate reaction, acids attack, Admixture and cement replacement materials: Benefits, types and typical dosages.

CVE31104 Steel Structures Design I

Basis of structural steel design, limit states concepts, lads and loads combinations, partial safety factors, Ultimate limit state, classification of steel sections, bending of restrained beams, serviceability limit state, and deflection, Connections, welded, bolted connections, Design of tension and compression members, Design of column and column bases, Design of truss members, types of loads, effect of load reversal, Detailed design considerations for members, Use of relevant codes of practice, design charts and tables.

CVE32104 Reinforced Concrete Structures Design I   

Concepts of reinforced concrete design, Elastic RC beams in bending and shear, The elastic method of design of RC beams, Introduction to the Ultimate limit States (ULS) method of design of RC members, Design of beams of rectangular and flanged sections, Design of short axially loaded columns. Design of simple pad footings, Complete design calculations and design drawings of a simple reinforced concreted building of a simple reinforced concrete building.

CVE31205 Fluid Mechanics I                                                 

Units, fluid properties, hydrostatic, flotation and submergence, kinematics of fluids in motion, continuity equation, , rotational and irrotational fluids, non viscous flow, rotational motion, dynamics of fluids in motion, Euler differential equation of motion, Bernoulli equation and applications, flow measurements.

CVE32205 Fluid Mechanics II                      

Tokes viscous law, Navieir-Stokes equation, special cases of Navieir – Stokes equation, turbulent flow theory, laminar flow, boundary layer theory, frictional resistance (pipe flows), separation phenomenon, dynamic pressure resistance (drag and lift), pipe networks analysis, dimensional analysis and similitude, introduction to compressible flow.

CVE32306 Soil Mechanics I                                                         

Soil Formation, Description and Classification:  Nature of soils and rocks, soil formation and constituents, phase relationships and phase problems, soil description (texture)-Grain size characteristics-consistency limits, soil classification systems, clay mineralogy.

Water in Soils: capillary and suction, swelling and shrinkage, darcy's law, measurement of permeability.