# | Subject | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

1 | Engineering Economics |
3 |

2 |
Structures Theory (ii) |
3 |

3 |
Steel Structures Design (ii) |
3 |

4 |
Hydraulics |
3 |

5 |
Environmental Engineering (i) |
3 |

6 |
Soil Mechanics (ii) |
3 |

# | Subject | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

1 | Design Practice |
2 |

2 |
Structures Theory (iii) |
3 |

3 |
Reinforced Concrete Structures Design (ii) |
3 |

4 |
Hydrology |
3 |

5 |
Environmaental Engineering (ii) |
3 |

6 |
Highway and Transportation Engineering (i) |
3 |

7 |
Quantity Surveying |
2 |

**CVE41102 Steel Structure Design II**

Design of restrained beams, Design of eccentrically loaded columns, Structural behavior and design considerations for plate girders, Classification of girders , cross-section, moment capacity, shear capacity, web design, and deflection., Stiffeners design: Intermediate, transverse stiffeners, longitudinal stiffeners, end post design., Codes of practice design procedure, Splices columns and beams, Composite construction.

**CVE42103 Reinforced Concrete Structures Design II**

The Limit States (ULS) method of design of RC Buildings Ultimate Limit States and Serviceability Limit States, The concept of “redistribution of moments”, Design different types of reinforced concrete floor systems-Slab and beams, Ribbed slab and Flat slab, Design different types of reinforced concrete columns – short and slender columns under axial load and bending moment, Design of Combined footings, Strip Foundations and introduction to the design of Raft Foundations, Complete design calculations and design drawings of a multi-storey reinforced concrete building to an international code of practice.

**EGS41506 Engineering Economics **

Introduction and basic economic concepts: rules of supply and demand, equilibrium, cost types and calculations. Introduction to engineering economic analysis, time value of money concept, calculations of simple and compound interests, cash flow, cash flow calculations: single sums of money, uniform series of cash flows, arithmetic and geometric series of cash flows. Methods of projects evaluation, methods of projects comparison. Depreciation calculations, sensitivity analysis, break-even analysis, feasibility studies.

**CVE42307 Quantity Surveying **

Students will acquire knowledge of and understand basic concepts of: accepted drawing conventions and formats; how to read and interpret architectural and engineering drawings; what constitutes a set of drawings and how to locate cross-references, etc; how building specifications are prepared and structured; the purpose of measurement and estimating in the construction industry; how to measure simple architectural and engineering structures using basic measurement techniques; how to effectively describe items that have been measured; what is the purpose of standards and how to use it; what are the standard building trades and why they have been identified; the definitions of building elements as stated in the trade governing bodies Quantity Surveyors; how common construction rates are built-up including the constituents of material, labor, plant, overheads and profit; the inclusiveness and/or exclusiveness of rates and prices.

**CVE41204 Environmental Engineering I**

Water quality: Impurities in water, physical and biological properties of water. Water borne, washed and related diseases. Sources of water and demand requirements. Water treatment unit operations: Theory of sedimentation, mechanisms of flocculation coagulation, mechanism of filtration (general), rapid and slow sand filtration, disinfection. Design of water treatment system. Design of water distribution networks. Water supply plumbing system

**CVE41203**** Hydraulics **

Basic Principles of Open-channel flow, Energy and Momentum Equations, Critical Flow and its Application, Uniform Flow, Uniform Flow Formulae, Design of Open-channel for Uniform flow, Gradually varied flow, Dynamic Equation for Gradually varied flow, Computation of flow Profiles, Rapidly Varied Flow – Hydraulic Jump, Unsteady flow: - Introduction to Unsteady flow, Sediment Transport: Sediment Transport Properties, Sediment Transport Formulae. River Morphology.

**CVE42204 Hydrology**

Introduction to hydrology and its applications in water engineering, the hydrologic cycle components (rainfall, evaporation, infiltration), measurement methods and equipment, estimation using equations, measurements using remote sensing techniques, average rainfall over an area, stream flow, hydrograph analysis, unit hydrograph, flow routing in channels and reservoirs – hydrological models, physically based models, black box models, groundwater hydrology: occurrence, regional flow equations, well hydraulics, well yield tests pumping tests, groundwater contamination and protection. Probability concepts in hydrology: Distributions using in hydrology, frequency analysis, return period, risk analysis, Introduction to arid zone hydrology, international initiatives, G-Wadi, Wadi Hydrology network.

**CVE42205 Environmental Engineering I**

Composition of sewage and solid wastes, characterization of sewage, microbiology of sewage, B.O.D Removal kinetic, Sanitation in developing countries; Dry systems, wet systems… etc, wastewater collection: Sanitary sewers systems, design criteria, flow rates, sewer hydraulics, storm water collection, treatment of sewage: preliminary, primary and secondary treatment, tertiary and advanced treatment, sludge management and waste stabilization ponds system, solid waste management (collection, transport & treatment), plumbing systems, introduction to industrial wastes.

**CVE41305 Soil Mechanics II **

Compaction: compaction theory, properties and structure of compacted soil, compaction equipments and procedures, field compaction control and specification.

Compressibility and settlements: compressibility of soils, pre-consolidation and stress history, components of settlement, settlement calculations, I-d consolidation theory.

Stresses in soils and shear strength: total and effective stresses, stress-strain relationships and failure theories, peak-ultimate and residual strength, Mohr coulomb failure criterion, critical states, measurement of shear strength (SS.UU & CU tests), field measurement of strength (SPT. CPT. Vane shear… ), field measurement of stress-strain (dilatometer. Pressure meter).