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BUS 101 : INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS – (2 Credits)
INTRODUCTION: Scope of business. Definition of business. External properties of business. Role of business. Types of economic systems. Why study business. Forms of Business Ownership Sole proprietorship. Partnership. The Joint Stock Company. Statutory corporations/Public enterprises. Cooperative societies, management and organization.
Nature of management. Functions of management. Line and staff functions in organizations.
Production and Marketing. Types of production. Production processes. The marketing concept. Marketing functions. The Finance Function. Types of financing- shot term. Medium term, long term financing. Factors influencing choice of funds. Types of shares. The According Function: Purpose of recounting. Principles of accounting. Double entry bookkeeping. Day books. Ledger accounts. The trial balance. Profit and loss account, and the balance sheet.
BUS 204 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (2 Credits)
Basic concepts in Management: What is management? Definitions of management. The three dimensions of management – management as a process: management as an organizational positions; management as a profession. Management as a science or net or both? University of management. Functions of the manager- planning; organizing, motivating, communicating, controlling, decision making. Staffing and Directing. Nature of staffing. The staffing process. Human resources planning – selection, interview, recruitment, including and orientation, training and development, performance appraisal, promotion and demotion. Transfers and disengagements. Concept of directing, Nature of directing and leading. Leadership and leadership styles. Motivation. Commutation – process. Channels. Networks, problems and grapevine, controlling: The concept of control. The control process. Types of control. Control systems. Characteristics of effective control systems. Control techniques- financial, operational and technical controls. Mathematical/statistical control systems-
The Nigeria Environment: Characteristics of the Nigerian business environment – managerial, financial, infrastructural, political, government, intervention. Management problems in Nigeria- educational training and development, accountability, succession, deployment, organizational . Challenges of current economic performs in Nigeria.
Transferability of management systems. Management by Objectives (MBO).
GSS 101 USE OF ENGLISH 1 (2 Credits)
Use of English is a course designed to equip participating students with the language skills required for excellent communication in all fields of human endeavour. It contains inter alia.
Direct and indirect speech, Passive and active constructions, Punctuation and capitalization, Listening, Speaking and Reading and Reading skill, Pre-writing skills, Use of Library, Use of dictionary, skills for examinations.
GSS 102 USE OF ENGLISH 11 (2 Credits)
Students are drilled on effective writing skills among which are the techniques for writing:
Outlines, Paragraphs, Essays, Letters, Speeches, Public announcements. Students’ reports term paper, minutes, Memoranda, Short stories and Summary.
Students are also helped to transfer the techniques for effective note taking/ note making cum the use of library for research purposes.
GSS 103: INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND LOGIC (2 Credits)
The concept of philosophy. Etymology of philosophy. A later survey of the main branches of philosophy, Metaphysics. Epistemology. Axiology and logic, Modes of philosophy.
Speculative and annalistic modes. Uses of philosophy. Major systems of thought. Ideation, Realism, Pragmatism. Existentialism and analysis schools of thought. The method of deduction using rules of inference and bio-conditions. Symbolic logic: special symbols in
Symbolic logic, conjunction, negation, affirmation, disjunction on, equivalence and conditional statements.
GSS 105: HUMANITIES (2 Credits)
An appreciation of the cultural content meaning., variations and dynamics of organized social life through history, philosophy, arts, music, religion, political science and sociology.
Patten of symbolic interaction and their influence on human nation. Primordial and eerie cultural orientations. The meaning of life and its changing forms in Nigerian society.
GSS 107 NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURES (2 Credits)
Study of Nigerian history and culture in pre-colonial times. Meaning, variations and dynamites of culture. Archaeological heritage of Nigerian State. The history of Nigeria in the 19th and 20th centuries. Ethnicity, national interest and national integration. Evolution of Nigeria as a political unit. The value questions in Nigerian national development. Social justice and political instability. The philosophy of Nigerian state. The military as an instrument of nation building in Nigeria. Empowering women for national development.
Personality, its concept, structure and development. Crime and juvenile delinquency.
Prevention and control of HIV/AIDS and STDs in Nigeria. Music in Nigerian culture. Youths and drug in Nigeria. Culture areas in Nigeria and their characteristics. Concepts of functional education. National economy. Balance of trade. Economics self- reliance. Social justice.
Individual and national developing. Moral obligations of citizens.
ICH 101: BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (2 Credits)
Introduction : Brief historical background, bounding in organic compound, the carbon atom.
Hybridization (sp 3, sp2, sp). Classification of organic compounds. Isolation and purification of organic compounds. Elemental or qualitative analysis. Quantitative analysis. Formula of organic compound (experiment, molecular and structural). Structural and stereoisomerisms
Functional group and homologous series. JUAC Nomenclature: IUPAC nomenclature of the following facility of organic compounds; alkanes, alkynes, halogenoalkanes, alkanols, alkanals, alkanols, alkanets, acid amides, nitrites and amines, alkanoic acids, chlorides and acid anhydrides. Preparation, physical and chemical properties of the families listed above.
ICH 102 BASIC PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (2 Credits)
The Gas laws: Boyle ‘s law, Charles law, the general gas equation, Gay-Lussac’s law. Gas consult Daltion’s law of partial pressures. Graham’s law of gaseous diffusion. The kinetic theory of matter. Derivation of the kinetic equation. Deviations from the ideal gas law. Vander Waal’s equation. Liquefaction of gasses. The joule- thompson effect.
Properties of Dilute Solutions: Definition of the following concentration terms: molarity, molality, mole fraction, vapour pressure and lowering of vapour pressure. Raoutlt’s Law. Elevation of boiling point, lowering of freezing point. Osmotic pressure. Introduction to
Thermodynamics: Definition of the following terms: systems, state variables, and equilibrium, isothermal and adiabatic processes. The first law of thermodynamics. Work done for state changes (PV type). Thermochemistry: Heat changes. Heat of reaction. Laws of thermochemistry (Lavoisier and Laplace Inws and Hess Law of constant heat summation). Applications of the laws in calculations. Bond energy. Chemical equilibrium: Chemical equilibrium and reversible reaction. The law of mass action. Equilibrium constant. Factors affecting chemical equilibrium. Equilibrium between ious in the solid and liquid phases. Solubility and solubility product. Effect of a common ion on solubility and solubility product.
Chemical Kinetics: Rate of a chemical reaction. Factors affecting the rate of a chemical reaction Activation energy. Ionic Equilibrium: Electrolytes. Acids and bases. Bronsted. Lowly, Lewis and arrhenius theories of acids and bases. pH and dissociation constant. Lionization water. Hydrolysis. Buffer solution and buffer capacity.
ICH 111 GENERAL BASIC INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1 (2 Credits)
Matter: Laws of chemical combination. Stoichiometry of chemical kinetics. Atomic structure and electronic configuration of elements. Electronic theory of valences.
Bonding: Ionic, covalent, co-ordinate, metallic, hydrogen bonding and Van der Waals forces.
Fundamental components of atoms. Stable and unstable particles. Periodic classification of elements. Blocks, rows and groups. General feature of chemistry of s- p- and f- blocks.
Isotopes: Detection, concentration and separation of isotopes. Natural and artificial radioactivity , stability of nucleus. Fission and fusion. Differences between radioactivity and ordinary chemical reactions. Measurements of radioactivity, decay constant and calculation involving radioactivity.
ICH 112 BASIC PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY (2 Credits)
Theory and practice of volumetric and qualitative inorganic analysis. Preparation of standard solutions. Calculation of molarity and concentrations. Method of dilution of solution and calculation. Redox titration and calculations involved. Test for common anions and Identification of SO 42- , SO 32- , NO 3– , CO 32- , CI– , Br– , 1- NO 2– , Test for common cations Fe 2+, Fe 3+, NH4+, Zn 2+, Pb2+, A13+, Alkali and alkaline earth metals. Test for common ions in the first transition series e.g Mn, Cr, Ni, Cu, etc. Group separation of cations.
ICH 221 GENERAL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (2 Credit )
Kinetic Theory: Behaviour of gasses and kinetic theory. Ideal and non-ideal behavior of gases. Derivation of the kinetic theory equation for the pressure of an ideal gas and dedications there from. Molecular and collision diameter and number. Mean free path. Collision number. Viscosity of a gas. Boltzmann distribution law. Types of average speed.
Mean velocity, pool –mean- square velocity and moat probable velocity. Equipartition of energy. Brownian motion. Chemical Thermodynamics: Nature and scope of thermodynamics: Calorimetric. Standard molar enthalpies of formation and the determination of standard molar enthalpies for chemical reaction from tables of these. Heat capacities. The canot cycle.
MAT 101 ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS 1 (3 Credits)
Number systems- natural, integer, rational, irrational, real and complex numbers.
Elementary set theory. Indices, surds and logarithms. Quadratic equations. Polynomials and their factorization- the remainder and factor theorems. Rational functions and partial fractions. The principle of mathematical induction (PM). Permutations and combinations.
The binomial theorem for rational index. Progressions- arithmetic. Geometric, harmonic, arithmetic –geometric, solution of inequalities. The algebra of complex numbers- addition. Subtraction, multiplication and division. Argand diagrams and the geometry of complex numbers. Modulus. Arguments and polar co-ordinates. The de Movre’s theorem. Complex nth roots of unity and complex solution to z”–a
Trigonometry – circular measure elementary properties of trigonometric functions, radians measure, addition formula and other trigonometric identities. Since and cosine laws. Solution of triangles. Heights and distances.
MAT 102 ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS 11 (3 Credits)
Functions: concept and definition: examples –polynomial, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions. Graphs and their properties. Plane analytic geometry. Equations of a straight line, circle parabola, ellipse and hyperbola. Tangents differentiation from first principles of some polynomial and trigonometric functions. Techniques of differentiation – sum, products, quotients and chain rules including implicit differentiations.
Differentiation of simple algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and composite functions. Higher order derivations. Applications to extreme and simple rate problems. L Hospital’s rule, simple Taylor/Maclaurin expansion. Curve sketching. Integration as anti-differentiation. The fundamental theorem of integral calculus. Application to areas and volumes.
MAT 201 LINEAR ALGEBRA 1 (3 Credit)
Vectors and vector aigebra. Vector space over the real field. Linear dependence and independence. Basic and dimensions. The dot and cross products in three representation by
Equations of lines and plans in free space. Linear transformation and their representation by matrices. Matrix algebra. Operations on matrices- rank, range, null space, nullity.
Determinants and inverses of matrices. Singular and non-singular transformations.
MAT 202 ELEMENTARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (3 Credits)
Methods of integration. Introduction to differential equations of the first order. Examples to illustrate the sources of differential equations from the physical and biological sciences-growth, decay, cooling problems and the law of mass action. Linear differential equations of second order. Application of the first and second order linear differential equations to falling problems and simple circuits. Laplace transformation.
PHY 101 GENERAL PHYSICS 1 (3 Credit)
Space and time frames of reference. Units and dimensions. Kinematics- vectors, scalars, speed/velocity, acceleration, circular motion and applications. Fundamental laws of
Mechanics, Statics: Equilibrium. Centre of mass. Dynamics: Newton’s law of motion. Force, inertia, mass and weight. Contact forces. Atwood machines. Pulleys. Projectile motion. Linear momentum, Galilcoan variance. Universal gravitation- Newton’s gravitation law.
Kepler’s laws. Gravitational potential. Earth’s satellite. Velocity of escape and weightlessness. Work and energy, Rotational dynamics and angular momentum. Moment of Inertia. Kinetic energy of rotation. Conservation laws. Oscillatory motion- simple harmonic motion. Damped and forced oscillation.
PHY 102 GENERAL PHYSICS 11 (3 Credits)
Electricity and Magnetism, Optics: Electrostatics; Coulomb’s Gauss’s law. Capacitors.
Electric fields and potentials. Energy in electric field. Conductors and currents: Ohm’s law.
Temperature dependence of resistance. Combination of resistances. Measurement of resistances. e.m.f. Dielectrics (qualitative treatment only) Magnetic fields and induction.
Faraday’s and Lenz’s laws. Earth’s field. Ampere’s law. Maxwell’s equations (qualitative treatment only). Electromagnetic oscillations and waves; types, properties. Mirrors and lenses, Reflection, refraction, application. Optical instruments.
PHY 107 GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY 1 (1 Credit)
This introductory course emphasizes quantitative measurements, the treatment of measurement, errors and graphical analysis. A variety of experimental techniques will be employed. The experiments include studies of mechanical systems and mechanical resonant systems, lights, heat, viscosity etc. covered in Physics 101
PHY 108 GENERAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY 11 (1 Credit )
Basic experiments on electrically and magnetism covered in PHY 102 Experiments included studies of meters, the oscilloscope, and electrical resonant system.
FEG 101 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 3 Credit)
Trigonometry: Graphs of sin θ, Trigonometrical identities. Double and half angles. Solution of life expression a cos θ + b sin θ = x, the factor formulae, solution of triangles by the size and cosine formula. The half angle formulae. Coordinate Geometry: the equation of a straight line parallel and perpendicular lines. Suffixes. Angles between two lines. Directed distances, polar coordinates. Relation between polar and Cartesian coordinates. Parametric equation Differentiation: Differentiation from first from first principles, Differentiation of xn, sin x, cosx, etc.
Maxima and minima, curve sketching.
Series, Sequences and arithmetic and geometric progressions. Summation of series. Series with rth term in polynomial. The method of induction. Binomial and logarithmic series. Limits and convergence. Circular measure: The equation of circle, the arc length, area of a sector, area of a segment, small angles. Graphical solution of equations. Tangents to a circle. Algebra: Surds, fractional indices, zero and negative indices, roots of a quadratic equation. The remainder theorem, Permutation and combination. Theory of inequalities.
FEG 102 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II (3 Credits)
Integration: Integration as inverse of differentiation. The indefinite and definite integrals, integration by substitution. Trigonometrical integral, powers of sin x and cosx. Expansion in series: Power series, Maclaurin’s and Taylor’s series for sin x, cosx and log x (lnx). The binomial series, exponential series. Partial Fractions.
Denominators with linear factors. Denominators with quadratic and repeated factors.
Improper fractions, There Dimensioned Trigonometry: Angle between a line and a plane. Angle between two planes. Three dimensional geometry. Skew lines, parallel lines and plane. Surface of revolution. Probability and statistics: Mutually exclusive events.
Independent events. The binomial probability distribution. Hyperbolic functions:
Conic sections. The parabola, ellipse. Parametric coordinates of an ellipse. The rectangle hyperbola, Hyperbolic sine and cosine. Osborn’s rule. Inverse hyperbolic functions.
Measuration and moments of inertia : Right circular cone. frustum of a right circular cone,
Surface area of sphere. Moments of inertia. Perpendicular axes theorem. Parallel axis theories.
FEG 103 CIRCUIT THEORY (2 Credits)
Introductory concepts: electrons and protons, conductors, insulators and semiconductors; units and definition of ampere, volt, resistance, power and energy; mks units.
Resistive networks: resistances in series and parallel; current and voltage divisions; open and short circuits; cells, Kirchoff’s current and voltage laws, and their application.
Electrostatics: electric field of a parallel plate capacitor, multi-plate capacitors; capacitors in series and parallel; energy stored in a capacitor.
Electromagnetism: magnetic field, permeability and magneto motive force; self and mutual Inductances in series and parallel; Lenz’s laws: energy stored in and inductor,
Network theorems: The Venin’s and Norton’s Theorems; superposition theorem, maximum power transfer theorem; delta –star- delta transformation.
Introduction to AC theory; waves form generation; angular measure, frequency and period: average and mean square values; phasors and phase angles.
FEG 221 FLUID MECHANICS 1 (2 Credits)
Hydrostatics: Fundamental elements of fluid static’s; density, pressure, surface tension.
Viscosity, compressibility. Hydrostatic equation and its integration for incompressible fluids.
Pressure distributions over plane and curved surfaces. Resultant force; line of action, centre of pressure, Measurement of pressure.
Dynamics: Steady and unsteady flow of fluids; streamlines, stream tubes. One, two and three-dimensional flow’s uniform and non-uniform flows. Laminar and turbulent flows. Nature of motion around blunt and streamlined bodies; establishment of velocity profiles, boundary layer separation; formation of wakes. Use of control volume for steady flow mass balance. Momentum balance and energy balance pressure and velocity in ideals and in shear flow situation. Dimensional Analysis: Buckingham’s pi-theorem, Dimensionless groups.
Dynamical similarity. Flow modeling. Nature of effects of fluid friction in pipes and channels, relationship between friction factor and Reynolds’s number. Flow characteristics of pumps and turbines.
FEG 242 THERMODYNAMICS 1 (2 Credits)
Basic concepts. What is thermodynamics? Basic definitions. Historical background of thermodynamics. Dimensions. Units. Microscope and microscopic domain. Thermodynamic systems, boundaries, control volume. Properties and states, processes, heat and work, pressure, temperature and zeroth law. Intensive and extensive properties. Measurements of temperature, volumes and pressure. The first law of thermodynamics. Application to open and closed systems. Internal energy, work and heat transfer. Storing work as non- PV work. Sign convention in heat and work transfer. Steady state flow equation (Bernoulli equation).
Conservation of energy, flow processes and enthalpy. Flow and non-flow work.
Thermodynamic properties of pure substances, working fluids, liquids, vapours gases.
Liquid –vapour phase equilibrium diagram. Saturated and superheated states in water and in working fluids of refrigerators, P-V- T relations and diagrams. The ideal gas. Steam quality measurements. Barrel calorimeters, separation, throttling and combined calorimeter, Use of property tables. Processes in the vapor phase at constant pressure. Isotherinal, hyperbolic and polytrophic processes. The perfect gas, the ideal gas and P- V –T relation. Specific heats, the gas constant, universal gas constant. The mole processes with the ideal gas. Isothermal, Isochronic, adiabatic, and polytrophic processes. The second law of thermodynamics and its corollaries. Reversibility and irreversibility. Efficiency and temperature scale. Carnet cycle in idealized heat engines and refrigerators. Heat pumps. absolute temperature scale. Entropy: Clausius inequality: T-S diagram for various processes. Maximum available energy. Entropy change in isolated systems. Consequences of the second law.
CSE 201 COMPUTER PROGRAMME I (2 Credit)
Introduction – types of computers and components, their uses- industrial and scientific.
computer logic- software and hardware. introduction to computer languages – FORTRAN, BASIC, COBOL etc.
CSE 202 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING II (2 Credits)
Application of FORTRAN and BASIC to simple problems, flow charts, Data structures.
analysis of commercial and professional software: database, spreadsheet, and word-processing, CAD, CAL, CAM etc. Operating systems – IBM OS/2, Microsoft’s DOS and WINDOWS, UNIX etc. Practical exercises with commercial and professional software.
FEG 201 APPLIED ELECTRICITY 1 (3 Credits)
Revision on network theorems
Analysis of AC Circuits: Series and parallel RL. and RC circuits. Series and parallel RLC circuits. Resonance series and parallel. impedance diagrams. Quality factor.
Mesh and Node Analysis: Choice of mesh currents. Mesh equations by inspection. Node analysis. Matrix method.
coupled Circuits: Analysis of coupled circuits, coupling coefficient. Dot notation.
circuit Transients: DC transients. RC and RL transients. AC transients. RLC transients.
Introduction to Electronic: Semiconductor properties. Electrons and holes. intrinsic and extrinsic conduction. Donor and acceptor atoms. P N Junction. Introduction to tharmonic devices, Junction diode characteristics. Other diodes – Zener, photodiodes. tunnel and LEDs.
Diode circuits. Bipolar transistors. Simple treatment of transistor operations.
FEG. 202 APPLIED ELECTRICITY 11 (3 Credits)
Poly-phase systems: Two phase and three phase systems. Star and delta connected loads.
power in three phase systems. Two wattmeter method applied to balanced loads.
power factor correction: Power in sinusoidal steady state. Average and apparent power.
Active and reactive power. Power factor correction.
measurement and instrumentation: Circuit symbols. Component identification. Reasons for measurement. Error analysis. Equipment reliability.
Use of Meters: AVO, CRO, signal generators.
transistors: The transistor as an amplifier, common base, common emitter and common collector configurations. Transistor biasing and stabilization.
Field Effect Transistors: JFET and MOSFET. Biasing the FET. Treatment of analogue and digital electronic instruments.
FEG 211 APPLIED MECHANICS 1 (STATIC’S) (2 Credits)
Fundamental principles permissible operations with forces acting on a rigid body.
Elements of vectors. Moment of a force about a point and about an axis. Varignon’s theorem.
Reduction of two and three dimensional force systems. equilibrium in two and three dimensions and its application in the determination of reactions at the constraints of determinate structures (beams, frames and arches). Graphical static’s and its application in solving problems involving coplanar forces. Methods of joint, sections, Maxwell-Cremona and Cullman in solving plane stresses. Centre of gravity: graphical and analytical solutions.
Friction and related static problems.
FEG 212 APPLIED MECHANICS 11 (DYNAMICS) (2 Credits)
Coordinates systems and position vectors. kinematics of a particle in plane motion in different coordinates.
Displacement, velocity, acceleration of a particle. Kinetics of a particle in motion. Newtons laws. Types of forces. Systems of particles. Centre of mass. Simple harmonic motion.
Kinematics of a rigid body in plane motion. Relative motion between two points on a rigid body, velocity diagrams. Instantaneous centre of rotation. kinetics of a rigid body in plane motion. Work and energy for a system of particles. kinetic energy of a rigid body. Potential energy. General energy principle. Virtual work. D’ Alambert’s principle. Mechanical distinctions between solids and fluids. Compressibility, density, viscosity, kinematics viscosity and the dependence of these properties on pressure and temperature, ideal solids and fluids, particles and rigid bodies, mass force velocity ad acceleration.
FEG 215 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS ( 3 Credits)
Subject matter of strength of materials. Fundamental hypothesis in strength of materials.
Problems and methods in strength of materials. External and internal forces, stresses, displacement and deformation, Hook’s law and the principle of superposition. General principles of structural analysis. Tension and compression, Internal forces and stresses on the cross –section of a rod in tension and compression. Recompression, elongations of bar and Hooke’s law, potential energy of strain, statically determinate and statically indeterminate systems. States of stress strain in tension and compression.
Torsion; Pure shear and its characteristic. Tension of a rod of circular cross-section, Torsion of a rod of non-circular cross-section. Geometrical characteristics of cross- sections of a rod. State moments of a section, Moments of inertia and principal \axes and principal moments of inertia. Bending; internal forces acting on cross-section of a rod in bending. Stresses in a rod under pure bending. Stresses in transverse bending, oblique bending, eccentric tension and compression and stability of columns.
FEG 213 ENGINEERING DRAWING 1 (2 Credits)
Use of engineering drawing tools/equipment, lettering, construction of title blocks, free hand sketching. Pretoria views introduction of orthographic projection. 1st and 3rd angle projection. Projection of prints, lines and planes. Supplementary views visibility. True length of lines, grade and bearing of a line. Intersecting lines, parallel lines. Perpendicular lines, point view of a line, edge view of a plane surface. Shortest distance between two lines (including shortest perpendicular or horizontal at a given grade).
True shape of a plane surface. Line conventions. Geometric constructions. Dimensioning practices.
FEG 214 ENGINEERING DRAWING 11 (2 Credits)
Angle between plane surface. Strike line and dip angle of a plane surface. Angle between two intersecting line. Angles between two intersecting lines, angle between two non- intersecting (skew) lines. Angle between a line and a plane.
Development of prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, transition pieces, spherical surface. Intersections of lines and a plane surface a line and a cone, a line and cylinder, a line and a sphere of plane surface, solids bounded by plane surface a cone and cylinder, two cones, any two solids, a plane with topographic surface.
Vector quantities, Graphical statistics. Graphical presentation of data. Graphical mathematics. Graphical calculus, empirical equations. Functional scale. Nonomagraphy. Isometric and oblique perspective views,
Introductory building drawing. Common size of brick and cement blocks. Brick /block bounds, Representative of doors and windows in plan, wall plasters, rafters, etc. electrical circuit diagrams.
Practices with CAD software and drafting tables.
IPE 315 ENGINEERING DRAWING (3 Credits)
PRE-REQUISITE FEG 213 & 214
Selection and convention practices and springs, Thread profiles, representation, classes and use, Bolt specifications. Dimensions and specifications for precision and reliability Tolerances and Limits. Details, Drawings of Component, Assembly Drawings conceptual Design, project, interpretative of drawings.
Types of came and followers, cam design lines in space. Linear in space. Geometry of gear triangulation method of development and interpretation of orthography to sometime or Oblique vis –versa Rivers and trifled joints, keys and key ways.
FEG 235 ELECTRICAL JND & DESIGN (2 Credits)
Safety precautions against electrocution and shocks. Wiring systems. Rating of application and cable selection, IEE regulation for electrical installation and installation works.
Interpretation of electrical blue print, installation cost confirmation. Simple transmission and distribution systems.
FEG 221 FLUID MECHANICS (2 Credits)
Functional elements of fluid static’s; density, pressure, surface tension, viscosity compressibility, Fluids at rest, pressure at a point, Pascal’s law, pressure variation with elevation, pressure measurements. Hydrostatic force on plane and curved submerged surface due to incompressible fluid. Buoyancy and equilibrium; Archimedes principles, stability of floating and submerged bodies.
Introduction to fluid Dynamics flow field, path line, streaked, streamline, control volume.
Continually, mass conservation equation; differential equations of motion for in viscid flows. Bernoulli’s equation. Linear and angular momentum theorems and applications to engineering problems, velocity and potential flows. Equations governing viscous fluid flow and some special solutions. Dimensional analysis and meddling with applications to flow and separations, Drag and Lift.
FEG 280 ENGINEER IN SOCIETY (2 Credits)
- Philosophy of science & technology. Concept of Science & Technology. The impact of technological development on the society materially, society and culturally.
- History of Engineering & Technology. Major technological developments in human history to the present day.3, Industrialization and social change. A sociological examination of industrialization; problems of urbanization and the role of technology in influencing behaviour.
- Safety in engineering and introduction to risk analysis. Safety criteria. Physical courses, human attitudes, safety assessment techniques including risk assessment and risk analysis.
- Role of Engineering in Nation Building Qualifications of Engineers. Engineering Profession. Who are Engineering ? Possible careers; COREN registration of engineers. Internship for engineers; Role of engineers in Government and Nation Building.
FEG 281 WORKSHOP PRACTICE1 (2 Credits)
Introduction to types and organization of engineering workshop, covering jobbing, batch, batch and mass production. Safety measures in the workshop in mechanical, electrical and civil engineering workshops. Principles of working. Bending work and lifting.
Introduction to workshop hand and powered tools, with emphasis on safety measures during operations. Workshop materials, their properties and use various gauge micrometer and other measuring devices. Measurement and making for uniformity, etc.
General principles of working standard metal for uniformity, etc.
General principles of working standard metal cutting machine tools, drilling machine and drilling processes. Screw thread and cutting using stock and dies. Marking off on faceplate. Functions and capacities of grinding machine, lathe machines. Grinding machine, shaping machine operation practices.
Mass production and modern machine tools turret lathes, automatic and semi DLD lathes, etc,
IPE 282 WORKSHOP PRACTICE II (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite: FEG 213
Standard measuring tools use in workshop: welding brazing and soldering. Blacksmith: Hand tools and working principles, joints and fasting, bolts, rivets, welding, brazing soldering, etc.
Introduction to welding and brazing: AC and DC electric are welding, fitting and assembling basic electrical skills, testing of electrical installation and circuits including earthling.
Tools and machines for woodwork. Hand tools materials. Classification and use of timber, various joint: types used in carpentry and joinery. Preparation and preservation of wood. Bending plumbing, Leveling, ganging and erection of corners in brick/block work.
IPE 235 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL & PRODUCTION ENGINEERING (2 Credit)
History of industrial engineering. Introduction to components of Industrial Engineering. Production system engineering system Analysis, operation Research, Engineering Economic And Human Factors Engineering.
FEG 300 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (2 Credits)
Students will be taken to industries within and outside the state to familiarize them with different manufacturing processes and factory layout.
MEC 371 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN 1 (2 CREDIT)
PRE-REQUISITE : FEG 212
Functional: what is engineering design and machine design; design processes; problem formulation and calculation; the engineering model: computer aided design and engineering standards and codes factor of safety. Definitions of some important terms.
MEC 372 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN II (2 credits)
Pre-requisite MEC 371
Design of Mechanical elements: screw fasteners, and joints, mechanical springs, bearings, lubrication, Shaft designs keys and key-ways couplings, Splines, shrinkages fit, and power screw design. Preloading fasteners in tension and static loading.
IPE 503 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN III
Design of mechanical elements: gears – spur bevel, worm, and belt drives, design of shafts, clutches, brakes, coupling, fly wheels, flexible mechanical elements, selections of materials, cams, hydraulic machines, miscellaneous topics.
IPE 301 INDUSTRIAL COMPUTERS & APPLICATION 1 (2 Credits)
Types of industrial computers understanding operations of industrial computers, Numerical methods for computing.
IPE 514 INDUSTRIAL COMPUTERS & APPLICATION II (2 Credits)
Numerical methods of computing. Role of computers in production control. Computer application in manufacturing. Production, project planning and control.
IPE 302 INDUSTRIAL PROCESS DESIGN (2 Credit)
Process capability, process reliability measurement process selection and design topics includes study of engineering materials and the manufacturing process employed to concert design to finished products with emphasis on mechanical processes,
MEC 331; MECHANICS OF MACHINES 1 (2 Credits)
Pre-requisite FEG 212
Introduction to mechanism/machines: linkages cams gears (spur, bevel, worm etc) Gear trains, Computing mechanical, introduction to synthesis.
Kinematics of machinery, force analysis of machinery, balance of machinery, vibration of machines,
MEC 332: MECHANICS OF MACHINES 11 (2 Credits)
Kinematics of machinery, Force analysis ofmachinery, balance of machinery, vibration of machines.
(A) MEC 433 THEORY OF MACHINES – 2 Credits
Mechanisms motions, Mobility and Inversion. Four-bar linkage, Grashof’s Law, Mechanical advantage. Type of Mechanisms and synthesis. Rigid body motion. Kinematics equations of rigid bodies in planner Motions, Kinetics of particles.
(B) IPE 508 – MECHANICAL VIBRATION AND SYSTEM DYNAMICS
Pre-requisite: MEC 331 & MEC 332
(a) Periodic Motion:
Simple harmonic motion and sinusoidal motion.
Free vibration, Application to prismatic bars and cantilevers
Use of energy methods of solution
Forced Periodic Motion
Two degrees of freedom problems: Dynamic Vibration
Absorbers: Vibration insulation and measurement tensional
Systems: Single rotor system, two –rotor system, geared systems,
Whirling of shafts, Critical speeds of shafts, Raleigh – Ritz
Equation. Application to design of dynamic systems, e.gBalancing
- Dynamic System Elements : Mechanical and Electrical
- Dynamic System Elements: Fluid and Thermal
- Generalization of Dynamic System Elements
- Analysis of Elementary Dynamic Systems
- Modeling of Physical Systems
- Operational blocks diagrams
- System Graphs and Equation formulations
- Complex numbers
- System Excitation
- Classical solution of differential equations
The above course is aimed at assembling the bits and pieces of subjects (mechanics, Heat transfer, pneumatics, Hydraulics, etc) into coherent and useful Engineering Systems. Emphasis should be placed on relationships between the equations and physical Engineering Systems. Students should be able to work from equations to physical systems of from physical systems to equations. (Design/Analysis).
MEC 341 : THERMODYNAMICS 11 (2 Credits)
Heat Engines: Stream in Ranking cycle applications, reciprocating and rotary steam plants (turbines). Use of Tables and h-s charts. Processes on T-S diagram. Actual work, Ranking and Actual efficiencies. Steam generators, boiler ratings, boiler efficiency and its improvements: air pre-heaters, economizer, super-heaters etc.
Air Standard Cycles: The circle, the Diesel cycle, dual or mixed pressure air standard cycles. The standard gas turbine cycle and sterling cycle. Various analyses: work production, air-standard efficiencies, relative and real efficiencies. The thermodynamics of ideal gas mixture properties. Chemical fuel and basic elements of combustion. Mass balance. Simple combustion equations: air requirements. Stoichiometry and theoretical air. Combustion products considered as ideal gases.
Heating values of fuels: bomb and gas calorimeters. Engine trails: b.h. p., indicated and mean effective pressures and their measurements. Fuel consumption loop.
Exhaust gas analysis and energy balance in engine trails. Graphical representation of test results.
Reciprocating compressors: Single stage with and without clearance effects. Different compression processes: Isothermal, Polytrophic, adiabatic and isentropic, power demand and efficiencies. Ratings of air compressors. Theoretical and true volumetric efficiencies. Air receivers and energy balance in reciprocating compressors. The positive displacement rotary compressor stage.
MEC 342 : ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS 11: ( 2 Credits)
Pre-requisite: MEC 341
Heat engines: Stream in Rankine cycle applications, reciprocating and rotary steam plants (turbines). Use of Tables and h – s charts. Processes on T-S diagram. Actual work, Rankine and Actual efficiencies. Steam generators, boiler ratings, boiler efficiency and its improvements: air pre-heaters, economizers, super – heaters etc. Air Standard Cycle: The circle, the diesel cycle, dual or mixed pressure air standard cycles. The standard gas turbine cycle and sterling cycle. Various analysis; work.
Production, air-standard efficiencies, relative and real efficiencies. The thermodynamics of ideal gas mixtures. Dalton’s Law and mixture properties. Chemical fuels and basic elements of combustion. Mass balance. Simple combustion equations: air requirements. Stoichiometry and theoretical. Combustion products considered as ideal gases.
Heating values of fuels; bomb and gas calorimeters. Engine trails; B. H. P. , indicated and mean effective pressures and their measurements. Fuel consumption loop. Exhaust gas analysis and energy balance in engine trails. Graphical representation of test results.
reciprocating compressors: Single stage with and without clearance effects. Different compression processes: Isothermal, Polytrophic, adiabatic and isentropic, power demand and efficiencies. Ratings of air compressors. Theoretical and true volumetric efficiencies. Air receives and energy balance in reciprocating compressors. The positive displacement rotary compressor stage.
MEC 351 FLUID MECHANICS 11 (2 Credit)
Pre-requisite FEG 251
Dynamics of the flow field: Force in fluids, substantial or total derivatives equations of motion in Cartesian and polar, jet action, coordinates, integration of Euler’s equation, integral form of momentum equation. Fluid dynamics applications. Flow through confinement, jet action, pipe flow, the pilot tube propulsion and propeller analysis. Ideal fluid flow: Irrigational flow, velocity potential, stream functions, flow nets and their uses, two dimensional flow and elements of airfield theory. Dimensional analysis and similitude: dimensional homogeneity, units and dimensions, the Buckingham pi theorem, geometric, dynamic and kinematics similarities, dimensionless parameters and their significance. Viscous effects in fluid flows: Laminar and turbulent flow in pipes and conducts. Introduction to the concepts of friction factor.
MEC 353 : FLUID MECHANICS 111 ( 2 Credits )
Fundamentals of compressible flow; one-dimensional flow continuity and momentum equation, non-super position of compressible flow processes. Isentropic flow; stagnation conditions, speed of sound, Mach. number, effect of area changes different form of energy equations. Mach. numbers relations and the phenomenon of choking. Normal and oblique shocks: normal shock relations, comparison of oblique with normal shocks. Flow in ducts. Adiabatic flow in pipe with traction, frictional flow in long pipes with heat addition, Fanno and Raleigh lines. Turbo machinery. Propeller analysis, water turbines, pumps and their performance characteristics and cavitations.
IPE 304 ENGINEERING METALLURGY 1 (2 Credits)
Pre-requisite FEG 250
Types of engineering materials, physical properties of material, electrical properties, mechanical properties, thermal chemical, optical and magnetic properties. Stability of materials in the service environment. Basic metallurgy. Non – metallic materials, simple stress and strain, Bending and torsion: tension deflection of beams. Computer stress.
IPE 312 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 1 (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite 281 And 282
Safety; workshop safety, concepts of safety trends of accident occurrence. Today safety. Work done on bench involving assembling, advanced fifing, mating parts including dovetail joints, Location including the use of dowel pins spigots of registers, keys and key –ways. Heat treatment of steel, reasons for heat treatment and types of heat treatment and type of heat treatment. Metal casting forging of metal, metal, forging operations up settings, drawing down, setting down bending.
Calculations involving length of material and location of Bend.
The center lathe, principle features, chuck work. Taper turning, Eccentric turning and thread cutting. Calculations involving taper turning.
The shaping machines: Principles features, the shaper drive, the slotted link mechanism.
Stroke and speed speeds and feeds planning and setting work. Calculation involving speeds, stroke and feel, cutting times, Drilling and Drilling Machines. Calculations involving drilling operations, volume or metal removed when drilling.
IPE 310 INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 1 (2 Credit)
Pre-Requisite IPE 311 and IPE 302
A study of the methology and processes of system engineering, a discipline concerned with the planning, organization and management of programs for designing and operating highly complex engineering system. Topics include systems reliability management control of system schedule and cost system organization, testing techniques.
IPE 512 INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite IPE 310
A continuation of industrial systems Engineering 1 with emphasis on applied unifying mythologies in amices at a simplified overall organizations tasks designs. Coverage includes dynamic modeling and simulation, formulation, in major function of planning and operations control management.
Science and technology, Study of existing institutional and budgetary framework for science and technology development in Nigeria in both the public and private sector of the economy. Survey of Nigerian government legislation on these issues,
IPE 311 HUMAN FACTOR ENGINEERING & FACTORY LAYOUT 1 (2 Credits)
Meaning of Human Faculty Engineering (IEF)
Man machine systems, Environmental factors. Design of displays. Design of controls. Fatigue, static work. The principle of motion economy, classification of movements. Notes of workspace layout. Notes on the design of jigs, tools and fixtures. Two-handed process chart.
Reorganization of a work place by means of two- handed process chart. The simo chart.
Meaning of Faculty of plant layout. The importance of layout in various industries. Possibility of altering layout once established. Some notes of factory layout : process layout: advantages and disadvantages. Product layout
advantages and disadvantages. The flew Diagram developing the new layout: the use of templates and scale models. Principles of material handing.
IPE 312 HUMAN FACT ENGINEERING AND FACTORY LAYOUT 11 (2 Credits
Pre-Requisite: IPE 311
Various model of factory layout effect of machine positioning and operators in a production set up. Effect of factory lighting on the efficiency of workers. Effect of routines of operation, supervision and co-ordination. Worker break time their utilization and influence on performance.
IPE 515 HUMAN FACTORY ENGINEERING AND FACTORY LAYOUT 111 (2 Credit)
Pre-Requisite: IPE 312
Principles method and techniques for development of an industrial plant from it conception unto its construction trips to various industrial forms for the study of the interrelationship of plant location, process design equipment selection materials handling and plant layout.
IPE 313 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING STATISTICS 1 (2 Credit)
Pre-Requisite: FEG 102
Basic rules of probability, variance and correction co-efficient; Regression, sampling statistical quality control. Mean standard and other deviations parameters. Acceptances sampling producers’ and customer, risk. Design of experiments.
IPE 509 Industrial Engineering Statistics 11 (2 Credit)
Pre-Requisite: IPE 313
Probability elements of probability and distribution functions, standard distribution etc. statistics regression and correlation. Large sampling theory. Test hypothesis and quality control introduction to statistical analysis : software packages.
IPE 314 :PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY (2 Credit)
Pre-Requisite: IPE 307
Production processes: General descriptions and principles of the major cutting, forming, assembly and measurement processes- (turning, milling, drilling, broaching, grinding, shearing, deep drawing, bending, forging rolling, extrusion, wire drawing, ECM, EDM ultrasonic machining, welding and brazing metrology: Length, angle, form, surface finish, roundness and gauging.
Analysis of selected processes: Metal removal of chip forming processes; mechanics of metal cutting, tool life criteria and economic analysis of cutting; tool materials: effects of cutting fluid on tool wear and life, analysis of heat generated. Mechanics of the grinding process and wheel performance. Specific energy of metal removal processes including grinding. Tresca and you Misses yield theories: rigid and perfectly plastic materials in plane strain. Slip line filed theories and simple examples in rolling, open die forging, extrusion and cutting. Velocity discontinuities and holographs.
Forming limit diagrams.
MEC 333 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (2 Credit )
Pre-requisites. FEG 211 to FEG 215
Stress Normal, shearing, bearing, stresses, Allowable stress, Factor of safety ,Strain: Stress. Strain Diagram Hooker’s Law deflection of auxiliary loaded numbers, Poisson’s Ratio Generalized Hook’s Stress Concentrations: Torsion; axial Force Shear and Bending moment, pure bending of beams; Analysis of plane stress and strain combined stress pressure vessels and failure theories.
MEC 334 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 11 (2 Credit)
Design of members by strength criteria, Defection of beams, statically indeterminate members columns, connections. The energy method. Thick walled cylinders.
IPE 320 TECHNOLOGY POLICY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDIES (2 Credit)
Pre-Requisite FEG 280 & IPE 235
Industry and commerce; Exports, imports and trade balance, levies, duty and trade agreements. Private and state control, profit, legal constrains, of capitals; basic principles of balance sheets, accounts and audits; interest, depreciation, liquidity, overhead, fixed and variable costs\: shares and dividends, stock market, legal requirements relating to recruitment, employment and attaining, taxation, insurance, pensions, product liabilities and guarantees, sales of goods and services. Science and Technology. Study of existing institutional and budgetary framework for science and technology development in Nigeria in both the public and private sector of the economy. Survey of Nigerian government legislation on these issues.
IPE 419 TECHNOLOGY POLICY AND DEVELOPMENT (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite: IPE 320
This course explores and maps alternative approaches to large-scale problems of the society. Discussion will include governmental policies as they affect technology. E.g. antitrust law patents and copyrights, legal and economic aspects of pollution, congestion and waste disposal and private production of public goods, regulation of industries, criteria for public investment, standardization, engineering ethics and quality assurance.
IPE 372 METROLOGY/INSTRUMENTATIONS (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite ELE 343
Metrology: Metrology laboratory setting. Various metrological experimental techniques Applications of metrology. Control of metrology labs. Topic includes surface measuring instrument principles. The functions to interferometer optical pyrometer, photo electric theory, Universal measuring instrument, micro-oplicflato and x – y plotters and micrometer screw gauge.
IPE 399 (A) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB/PRACTICAL (1 Credit)
Pre-Requisite FEG 281 and 282
Using of cutting tools milling enter, cylindrical millers, gear cutters and hobbling Turing lathe, Gear profile-measuring machine and thread profile machine uses. Formation of simple fittings. Use of milling, surface, boring machines. The sue of wood planner and cutting of dove tails.
IPE 399 (B) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB/PRACTICE(1 Credit)
Pre-Requisite IPE 399 (A)
Introduction to the use of machines in the workshop-turning, shaping, power saw cutting, Bending of plate into various shapes use of the pedestal and surface grinder.
IPE 400: INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (6 Credits).
6 Months industrial training program. Students are sent to various companies for experiences.
IPE 405: ENGINEERING ECONOMICS (2 Credit)
Review of comparing financial management: Cast standards and cost control. Balance sheets. Measurement and disposition of profit. Cost variability and break –even analysis. Budgetary control. Capital investment on plants and equipment based on economic analysis. Optimization of investment decisions. Rate of Return on investment. Depreciation methods and their effects on taxation. Replacement of plants and equipment.
IPE 407: OPERATION RESEARCH (2 Credit)
Linear programming – graphical solution method, the simplex algorithm, duality theory and sensitivity analysis LP problems. Computer packages for LP PERT and CPM and Applications to maintenance and project control programming market chains queuing theory and applications. Examples of operation research applications engineering problems.
IPE 409 : WORK STUDY AND SYSTEMS DESIGN 1 (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite IPE 310 and IPE 312
Work-study, job evaluation and system design. Work study as tool for increasing productivity. Advantages of work-study. Method study the objects of method of study. Basic aids charting, process chart symbols. The outline process chart.
IPE 505: WORK STUDY AND SYSTEM DESIGN 11 (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite: IPE 409
Work measurement – The purpose of work measurement the uses of work measurement, principal work measurement technique. The basic procedure for work measurement time study, other techniques of work measurement.
Job evaluation: Purpose and method of job evaluation incentive or Bonus Scheme: Causes of incentive deterioration and how to prevent deterioration. System design and optimization.
IPE 411 PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite: IPE 312 & 313
Fundamental of product design and effects on manufacture production management.
Types of production, preparation for production, production planners, production planning. The computer and production planner, control of materials inventory control.
IPE 413: MACHINE TOOLS TECHNOLOGY 1 (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite IPE 313 & 399
Basic principles of machine tool technology. Kinematics of machines tools. Alignment and rigidly of structures and their elements. Structural design for stiffness. Spindle assembles. Bearings including rolling and hydrostatic types. Design for strength and stiffness. Vibrations of machine tools and their foundations.
IPE 511: MACHINE TOOLS TECHNOLOGY 11 (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite: IPE 413
Transmission – hydraulic and electrical.
Numerical control (NC) and computer numerical control (CNC) of machine tools. Automatic machine tool and transfer machines. Maintenance of machine tools.
IPE 415: TOOLS, JIGS & FIXTURES DESIGN (2 Credits)
Tools materials (steel cemented carbides, ceramic etc) Tool angles, wear, forces life, chip formation, power requirement machining economics, fundamental of cutting tool design, single point tools, multiple point tools, drill (core, counter bore, countersink spot forces reamers, mull cutters etc.
PE 519: TOOLS, JIGS & FIXTURES DESIGN (2 Credits)
Pre-Requisite: IPE 415
Difference between jigs and fixtures. Principles of location, principles of clamping Design features of jigs and application to the design of drill jigs, milling, turning, ground e.g. boring, and welling fixtures, metal cutting design, numerically controlled tools designs. Ergonomic considerations in jig, fixtures, and tool design. Location applications. The economics of machines tools design.
IPE 421: PROJECT PLANNING & CONTROL 1 (2 Credits)
Project organization and definition of objective collecting, generating and analysis of project statistical data, tasks element identification techniques and diagramming, planning and progressing. Construction, fabrication, maintenance, project scheduling and evaluation using CPM and PERT techniques. Feasibility and economic studies of projects.
IPE 501: PROJECT PLANNING & CONTROL 11 (2 Credits)
Continuation of project planning 1. Optimization of lance scale project allocation.
Scheduling and sequencing criteria facility optional shielding and multi-heuristic scheduling applications.
IPE 400 : INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB/PRACTICE (1Credit)
Manufacture of engineering items such as machine scribing block, center punch, inside, outside and odd leg calipers etc.
IPE 502: ENGINEERING METALLURGY (2 Credits)
Study of engineering properties of metals Mechanical and non-destructive tests. Macro and Micro examination of metals. Solidification of metals. Equilibrium diagrams diffusion and precipitation hardening. Deformational annealing of metals. Iron and carbon steels, Alloy steels stainless, heart resisting and creep resisting steels, corrosion and oxidation of metals, review of extraction properties and uses of non-ferrous metals e.g. copper, Aluminum, Zinc, Lead and their alloys.
IPE 504 : INDUSTRIAL LAW AND ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (2 Credits)
Engineering professional ethics and conceit. Law definitions and specifications.
Application of business. Law to engineering patents and inventing, trade marks and copyrights etc. behavioural discipline of industrial practice. Motivation, individual needs and expectations, skills, learning, social groups and ethical values. Introduction of law in modern communities, classification and sources of law, law of persons and law of property. Infants and minors. Company’s law: formation of company, management of company and dissolution of companies, ownership and possession. Choose in action, choose in possession; legal and ethical responsibilities.
Theory of organization. Management of managers. Use and control of conflict, production, planning and control. Material handling and transportation. Design of manufacturing processes. Plant layout, job evaluation and quantity control.
Inventory and labour management.
Law, Safety, factory Acts, Insurance, Compensation, redundancy payments.
Industrial injures and industrial relations. Law of contract, law of fort, buyers and sellers, Hire purchase and arbitration.
IPE 506 : PRODUCTION PLANNING & CONTROL (2 Credits)
Ordering system. The fixed order quantity system, the fixed order intervals system. Safety stocks. The Economic Lot size. Production control : The works order, progressing and using control data. Quality control: The works order, progressing and using control data. Quality control keeping to specification, inspectors mechanical apparatus. Organizing a quality control system. Cost control: long and shot-run costs: Controlling production Men and Machines. Preventing inefficiency.
IPE 507 : ENGINEERING MATERIALS SELECTION & ECONOMICS (2 Credits)
Review of company financial management. Cost standards and cost control, Balance sheet. Measurement & dispositions of profit. Cost variability and break even analysis. Budgetary control, capital investment on plants & equipment based on economic analysis optimization of investment decisions. Rate of return on investment depreciation method and their effects on taxation. Replacement of plants and equipments.
Concept of material selection. Procedure for selection material evaluation & cost analysis. Material for structural electrical/electronic and nuclear application. E.g. ferrous nonferrous, ceramic and plastic material for hostile environment. High temperature and corrosive media effect of product liability on material selection.
IPE 508: MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 11 (2 Credits)
Types of welding, theory of cutting and cutting tool materials, types of dups.
Merchant’s theory of cutting. Machining process and their benefits.
Terminologies of metal cutting. Surface finish technology group technology
Classification and codling structure, production flow analysis. (P. F. A) Types of cell design. Flexible manufacturing systems. (FMS):- Components, systems,
Application. Type of machines, layout and planning. Jig and fixture. Metal cutting. Automated guided vehicle (AGVs) – application, automated storage system, (as/rs) controls: automated inspection and testing.
IPE 510: AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (2 Credit )
Introduction:Simple properties of open and closed loop systems.
Terminology, Qualitative description of simple control systems. Concepts of accuracy, stability and sensitivity. Transient Analysis: Dynamics of simple linear devices and systems. Transfer functions. Block diagrams, Transient responses of first and second order linear control systems subjected to step and ramp input functions. Non-dimensional system equations. System order and steady state errors. Characteristic equation. Pole-zero representation. Closed loop time domain specifications. Routh- Hurwitz stability criterion.
Frequency Analysis: Frequency response loci of typical system. Simple
Nyquist stability criterion. Gain and phase margins. Bode diagrams. Nichols chart. Full Nyquist criterion and s-plane contours. Compensation techniques. State variable analysis: The state variables of a dynamic system. Formulation of the state vector differential equation. Solution of the state vector differential equation. State transition matrix. Stability from Eigen values of the characteristic equation..
IPE 513: PRODUCTIONS & INVENTORY DESIGN (2 Credits)
Network based management, production system production organization.
Inventory models, inventory designs.
IPE 514: INDUSTRIAL COMPUTERS & APPLICATIONS 11 (2 Credits)
Continuation of industrial computers & applications I with greater emphases on role of computes in production planning did control project planning and evaluation, computer applications in manufacturing (CAM and CAD.).
IPE 517: TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION /SEMINAR (1 Credit)
Oral Communication. Public speaking skills with effective use of visual aids and statistical and technical information. Principles of effective technical writing and reporting
IPE 522: ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION (2 Credits)
Introduction of environmental pollution, ecology factors causing pollution, effect of pollution on human wealth. Air and water pollution and control. Solid waste management and Norse and its control.
IPE 524 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS & AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY (2Credits)
Principles of industrial robots robot amatory (robot geometry) points and links types of joint linear orthographic rotational and twisting Robot construction and manipulation. Common configuration of robots and control/drive system. Characteristics of dynamic response in robots gripper and sensory system. Role of industries robot in automatic assembly and manufacturing.
IPE 526: SAFETY ENGINEERING
Life and health are most precious. ‘Safety’ denotes continuing and healthful living without injury. The word safety also refers to the precautions people take to prevent accidents, harm, danger, loss and air/water/environmental pollution. It also deals with improvements in working conditions for better health. Safety is important to everyone and at every state of activities and at all times safety first. This should cover safety management, terms and definitions, classification of accidents, safe and unsafe conditions, government’s role, insurance participation, workmen’s compensation act. Safety organization and policy and safety promotions.
IPE 520: CORROSION ENGINEERING (2 Credits)
MEC 544 : INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE (2 Credits)
Introduction, classification of I.C. Engines. Engine components. The four –stroke cycle. Valve timings, valves and valves mechanism. Spark ignition four stroke engines. Carburetor. Air fuel mixtures. Mixture requirements of automotive engines. Elementary carburetors or simple plain. Tube carburetors.
Fuel pump, ignition system. Compression ignition four stroke engine. Negative Loop Fuel pump and injector. Injection Nuzzles. Two-stroke crankcase scavenge spark ignition Engine. Combustion of two-stroke crankcase scavenge spark ignition Engine. Combustion of Two-stroke cycle Engine and Four-stroke cycle Engines. Multi-cylinder Engines. Carburetion, Airflow. Fuel flow, fuel injection computations in compression ignition. Engines. Engine.
Horsepower. Indicated Horsepower. Brake Horsepower. Brake mean effective pressure. Engine efficiencies. Performance and analysis of internal combustion engines. Spark Ignition Engine Spark ignition and compression ignition engines compared. Testing of I.C. Engines. Heat Balance, cooling system of I.C. Engines.