Department of urban and infrastructure engineering urban engineering ned university of engineering



Download 0.54 Mb.
Page1/2
Date19.05.2018
Size0.54 Mb.
#46182
  1   2


(EFFECTIVE FOR THE BATCH 2017-onwards)




DEPARTMENT OF URBAN AND INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING
URBAN ENGINEERING

NED UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY,

KARACHI-75270, PAKISTAN

SYLLABUS OF BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING

PROGRAMME IN URBAN ENGINEERING


(EFFECTIVE FOR THE BATCH 2017-onwards)




DEPARTMENT OF URBAN AND INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING
URBAN ENGINEERING

NED UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY,

KARACHI-75270, PAKISTAN



CONTENTS







Page No.

1.

COURSE OF STUDY

1










2.

CONTENTS OF COURSES
















FIRST YEAR

5




SECOND YEAR

14




THIRD YEAR

21




FINAL YEAR

28


COURSES OF STUDY
First Year



Spring Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours







Theory

Practical

UE-118

Engineering Surveying-I

3

1

EE-123

Basic Electrical Engineering

2

0

ME-110

Basic Mechanical Engineering

2

0

MT-114

Calculus

3

0

CY-110

Applied Chemistry for Engineers

2

1

HS-106 / HS-107

Pakistan Studies/

Pakistan Studies (for Foreigners)



1

0



Fall Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours




 

Theory

Practical

UE-117

Engineering Drawing & Drafting-I

1

2

UE-102

Statics and Dynamics

3

1

UE-104

Engineering Materials

3

1

HS-205/ HS-209

Islamic Studies OR Ethical Behaviour (for Non-Muslims)

2

0

MT-221

Linear Algebra & Ordinary Differential Equations

3

0

HS-111

Functional English

2

0



Second Year

Spring Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours




 

Theory

Practical

UE-205

Engineering Drawing & Drafting-II

2

2

UE-212

Mechanics of Solids

3

1

UE-215

Engineering Surveying - II

2

1

HS-304

Business Communication & Ethics

3

0

AR-204

Urban Sociology

2

0

UE-114

Computing Tools and Applications

1

2



Fall Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours




 

Theory

Practical

UE-213

Planning and Design of Transportation Systems

3

1

UE-214

Fluid Mechanics

3

1

MT-229

Probability & Statistics

2

0

UE-218

Law and Regulatory Control Studies

2

0

UE-209

Analysis of Structures

3

0

UE-216

Geology for Engineers

2

1

Third Year

Spring Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours




 

Theory

Practical

UE-321

Civil Works Quantity & Cost Estimations

1

2

UE-316

Traffic Engineering and Management

3

1

UE-322

Principles of Engineering Construction

3

0

AR-308

Urban Infrastructure Planning & Management

2

0

MT-443

Numerical Analysis

3

0

UE-304

Reinforced Concrete Design

3

1



Fall Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours




 

Theory

Practical

UE-305

Soil Mechanics-I

3

1

UE-306

Structural Analysis and Design

3

0

UE-323

Urban Hydrology and Municipal Engineering

2

1

CF-313

Applied Economics for Engineers

2

0

EN-301

Environmental Engineering-I

2

1

UE-217

Introduction to Geo-Informatics

1

1

Final Year

Spring Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours




 

Theory

Practical

UE-403

Soil Mechanics-II

3

1

UE-413

Mechanics and Design of Steel Structures

3

0

UE-427

Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources
Management

2

1

UE-407

Advanced Technologies and Disaster
Management

2

0

EN-401

Environmental Engineering-II

2

1

UE-415

Urban Engineering Project

 






Fall Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours




 

Theory

Practical

UE-405

Construction Planning & Management

3

0

UE-402

Urban Mass Transportation

2

0

CF-410

Financial Resource Management

2

0

EN-402

Environmental Impact Assessment

2

0

UE-415

Urban Engineering Project

0

6

XX-XXX

Inter-Disciplinary Electives

2

1

UE-421

Modern Aspects of Construction Project Management







UE-422

Traffic Impact Assessment







UE-423

Highway and Airfield Pavement Design







UE-424

Building Information Modeling







UE-425

Applications in City and Regional Planning







UE-426

Geosynthetics and their applications

3

0


Contents of Courses

FIRST YEAR


FIRST YEAR - SPRING SEMESTER


UE-118

ENGINEERING SURVEYING – I


Basics of Surveying:

Evolution of Surveying and geomatics, Types, Surveying Instrumentation, Survey References, Location Methods, Accuracy and Precision, Errors and Mistakes, Accuracy Ratio, Stationing, Field notes, Field management.

Measurement of Horizontal Distances:

Methods of Linear measurement, Types of Measurement, Tapes, Standard conditions for use of Steel tapes, Taping Accessories and their use, Systematic Taping Errors and Corrections, Random Taping Errors and Mistakes in Taping, Field notes for Taping, Conventional and Electronic Field books.

Levelling:

Theory of Differential Levelling, Effects of Curvature and Refraction, Types of Levels, Techniques of Levelling, Benchmark Levelling (Vertical Control Survey), Profile and Cross-section Levelling, Reciprocal Levelling, Peg test, Errors in Levelling, Contours and their characteristics, Various methods of Contouring.

Angles and Directions:

Horizontal and Vertical Angles, Meridians, Types of Horizontal angles, Azimuths, Bearing, Relationship between Bearings and Azimuths, Reverse Directions, Azimuth and Bearings computations, Magnetic Declination, Types of Compasses.

Surveying Instruments

Theodolites :Introduction, Types of Theodolites, Temporary adjustments, Measurement of Horizontal and Vertical Angles, Prolonging a Straight Line, Permanent Adjustments.

Electronic Distance measurement: General, Principles of EDMI Operation, EDM Characteristics, EDM Accuracies, Geometry of EDM, Electro-Optical and Microwave Instruments, Total Stations.




Traverse Surveys:


Latitude and Departures, Computation of Error of Closure, and the accuracy of a Traverse, Traversing with Total Station Instruments, Rules of Adjustment, Effects of Traverse Adjustments on the original data, Computation of Omitted Measurements, Area of Closed Traverse by co-ordinate methods, Use of computer programs.


EE-123

BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Fundamentals of Electric Circuits:

Charge, Current of voltage and power, Voltage and current sources, Ohm’s Law

Voltage and Current Laws:

Nodes, Paths, Loops and branches, Kirchoff’s Current law, Kirchoff’s Votage Law, The single loop circuits, The single node-Pair Circuits, Series and Parallel Connected Independent Sources, Resistors in series and parallel, Voltage and Current Division.

Critical Analysis Techniques:

Multi Nodal, Analysis, The super Nodal, mech Analysis, The super Mesh, Linearity and Superposition, Source Transformations, Thevinin and NortonEquivalent Circuit, Maximum Power Transfer Delta Wye Conversion.

Capacitor, inductor, inductance and capacitance combination, The Source Free RL Circuit, Properties of Exponential Response, The Source Free RC Circuit.



On Line Diagram:

Symbols of different components, understanding of one line diagram from generation to the distribution end.


Basic Electronics:


Operation Application of diode/transistor circuits and systems, fundamental concepts of amplifier and oscillators, Concepts of digital Electronics.

ME-110

BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Thermodynamics:


Work, heat, open, closed and steady flow systems, thermodynamics properties and processes, absolute and guage pressure, pressure temperature and flow measurement

Laws of thermodynamics, equation of continuity, two phase systems, ideal gas, conservation of mass and energy, basic heat engine and refrigeration cycles.



Heat transfer:

Fundamentals of heat transfer, conduction, convection, radiation, thermal, conductivity, overall heat transfer coefficient.

Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC):

Introduction to HVAC components, heating and cooling load, comfort charts, outline of A/C, systems consideration for air-conditioning in building, natural ventilation, insulating materials.


MT-114

CALCULUS


Set and Functions:

Define rational, irrational and real numbers; rounding off a numerical value to specified number of decimal places or significant figures; solving quadratic and rational inequalities in involving modulus with graphical representation; Definition of set, set operations, Venn diagrams, DeMorgan’s laws, Cartesian product, Relation, Function and their types some well known functions. Limit of functions and continuous and discontinuous functions with graphical representation.


Complex Number:

Argand diagram, De Moivre formula, root of polynomial equations, curve and regions in the complex plane, standard functions and their inverses (exponential, circular and Hyperbolic functions)


Differential Calculus:

Differentiation and Successive differentiation and its application, Leibnitz theorem, Taylor and Maclaurin theorems with remainders in Cauchy and Lagrange form, power series, Taylor and Maclaurin series, L’ Hospitals’ rule, extreme values of a function of one variable using first and second derivative test, asymptotes of a function, curvature and radius of curvature of a curve, partial differentiation, exact differential and its application in computing errors, extreme values of a function of two variables with and without constraints, Solution of non linear equation using Newton Raphson method


Integral Calculus:

Indefinite integrals and their computational techniques, reduction formulae, definite integrals and their convergence, Beta and Gamma functions and their identities, applications of integration, Centre of pressure and depth of centre of pressure


Sequence & Series:

Sequence, Infinite Series, Application of convergence tests such as comparison, Root, Ratio, Raabe's and Gauss tests on the behavior of series.

CY-110

APPLIED CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERS



Electrochemistry:

Law of Electrolysis, E.M.F. series, Corrosion, Types and theories of corrosion, Factors affecting rate of corrosion, Inhibition and protection, Corrosion of ceramics.

Water and Sewerage:

Sources of water, Impurities, Hardness, Water softening, Purification of water for portable and industrial purposes, Electro dialysis, Introduction to environmental pollution, Main sources and effects, Sewerage treatment.

Fuels:

Types of fuels, Classification of fossil fuels.

Metals and Alloys:

Properties and general composition of metals and alloys such as Iron, Copper, Aluminum, Chromium, Zinc used in engineering field.

Engineering Materials:

Inorganic Engineering materials, Cement, Glass Organic Engineering Materials: Polymers, Rubbers, Plastics and Paints. Semiconductors and Dielectric materials.

HS-106

PAKISTAN STUDIES



Historical and ideological perspective of Pakistan Movement :

Two Nation Theory: Claim of Muslims of being a separate nation from Hindus, based upon cultural diversity. Cultural diversity and interests as bases for the demand of Pakistan – Lahore resolution.


Creation of Pakistan: Factors leading to the creation of Pakistan.
Quaid-e-Azam and the demand of Pakistan.


Constitutional Process


Constitutional and Political developments in Pakistan 1947-1973. Salient features of the Constitutions 1956, 1962 and 1973 and amendments.


Land of Pakistan


Geo-physical conditions. Geo-political and strategic importance of Pakistan. Natural resource, viz: mineral, water and power.

Contemporary issues in Pakistan

A brief survey of Pakistan Economy: problems, issues and future prospects.

Pakistani Society and Culture-Broad features with emphasis on youth role in the development of Pakistan.

Literacy and education in Pakistan: problems and issues. State of Science and Technology in Pakistan: A comparison with other countries with special reference to the Muslim world.

Environmental issues in Pakistan: government policies and measures and suggestions for improvement.

Urbanization in Pakistan - problems and issues

Pakistan’s role in the preservation of nature through international conventions / treaties.

Human Rights in Pakistan: Pakistan’s response to human rights issues at national & international levels.

Pakistan’ s Foreign Policy:





HS-107

PAKISTAN STUDIES (FOR FOREIGNERS)

Land of Pakistan




Geo Political & Strategic importance of Pakistan

Natural Resources of Pakistan

Urban & Environmental issues in Pakistan


Creation of Pakistan


Factors leading to the Creation of Pakistan


Constitution and the Government


The constitution of 1973 – Salient Features


Pakistan and the Contemporary World


Foreign Policy of Pakistan

Pakistan’s stand point on Human Rights



Global economic issues



Download 0.54 Mb.

Share with your friends:
  1   2




The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2022
send message

    Main page