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Energy Engineering
Course Description
for
Division of Energy Engineering
Human
it
ies
and Skills
–
C
ompulsory
16 Units
HUM
101
History of
E
nergy
E
ngineering
2 Units
Definitions

history of technology and engineering in it's different branches

historical
interconnection
between science and technology

examples on the development of
different engineering activities.
HUM
1
11
T
echnical
English
L
anguage
2 Units
D
evelopments of students knowledge in English
technical
language and ability for
reading and understanding
–
develo
ping of listening and speeches abi
lities of students

writing technical topics
–
reading in scientific books
and technical documentations
–
methods of
search. Case study exercises related to scientific topics.
HUM
112
Technical Reports Writing
3 Units
T
echniques of report writing: organi
s
ation

objectives, background, method, results,
conclusions, appendices, etc. Achieving clarity and conciseness.
Writing steps
–
page
design

p
resentational aspects

figures, graphs, tables, l
iterature references, etc


Other forms of writing
articles, letters, brochures, posters, CVs, etc.
HUM
202
Human
R
ights
2
Units
Social human behavior principles study
–
Work force
–
Social control
–
social
environment of w
orking si
t
es
–
relation
ship
among
livelihood, society
and
environment
HUM
303
Industrial and Engineering Legislation
2 Units
Industrial legislation
–
Characteristics of manufacturing
–
Industrial safety legislation
–
Labor legislation
–
Insurance law
–
Environmental law
–
Financial systems
–
Tax
law
–
Diff
erent degrees of prosecution
–
Capital and small projects and the legal
commitments
–
The legal regulations for the workers in engineering projects.
HUM
404
Environmental Sciences
2 Units
Introduction to environmental sciences
–
Sources of environmental
pollution (Air,
water, and soil)
–
Environment & Development
–
Environmental services project such
as paving road, improving water supplies & facility sustaining
–
Evaluation of
environment effects for industrial projects
–
Laws and regulations of the envi
ronment.
HUM
423
Engineering Economics and
P
roject
M
anagement
3 Units
Part I
: Industrial cost
–
Cost analysis and benefit
–
Capital
investment
cycle
–
deprecation and replacement

raw material optimization
–
technical
fea
sibility
study
–
performance eval
uation
–
case study.
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Energy Engineering
2
Part II
:
The objective of this
part
is to study the planning, control and management of
projects at both the strategic and the operational levels. Students are expected to
develop conceptual and analytic skills in the following areas
in project management:
project nature and the project life cycle; key roles and responsibilities (the client and
the project manager); the use of mathematical models; network

based project
management methodology; time

scale planning techniques; resource sc
heduling;
modeling uncertainty in activity durations; project cost control and time

cost trade

offs; use and evaluation of project management software from both a theo
retical and
practical viewpoint

case study.
E
lective
8 Units
Student should select 4co
urses
HUM
213
Oral
C
ommunication
HUM 111
2 Units
Organization of technical presentations: objectives, background, method, results,
conclusions. Presentational aspects: preparation of visual material (choice and amount
of information, clarity). Timing an
d pacing. Speaking technique. Use of multi media

visual aids . Responding to questions. Handling interruptions, nervousness. Other
forms of presentation: identification of audience. Speeches, meetings, interviews.
HUM
214
Effective communications
HUM 111
2 Units
Human behavior analysis
–
communication skills
–
The relation between human
motivation and human behavior in communications
–
Encouragement methods to
achieve effective communication
–
effective listening skills
–
effective oral skills
–
Culture
categories and their effect on personal communication
–
Oral and body langue
analysis for dealers
–
prediction and brain analysis skills
–
Satisfaction and
convincing skills

Refuse and objection treatment to solve different opinion
problems
–
brain cont
rol methods in personal communication.
HUM
221
Accounting
2 Units
Introduction. Accounting in the engineering context. The distinction between
financial and management. The balance sheet

Equity and trading

Profit
determination

Stock valuation

Provisions
and the valuation of fixed assets

Types of
ratio

Ratio analysis and further analysis of accounts

The cash flow statement

The
nature and roles of management accounting

Management accounting / engineering
interface.

Basic cost concepts

Product costing
system
s

Activity

based costing (ABC)
systems

Short

run decisions

Investment decisions: DFC and other techniques

Investment decisions: information needs and organisational issues

Budgeting

Variance analysis
.
HUM
222
Applied
Statistics
2 Units
Sampling

Probabi
lities
–
Probability tables

Random variables

The binomial and
Poisson models

Probability density functions

The uniform, exponential and normal
models

The central limit property

Reliability

Estimating the expected time to
failure and the hazard
function

The Weibull model

The reliability of devices in series
and in parallel

The expectation and variance of the sum of two random variable

Covariance

Linear regression

Sampling distributions

Maximum likelihood
estimation

Testing for model fi
t

Confidence intervals and hypothesis testing.
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3
HUM
505
The environmental management
System
2 Units
What is ISO14000
–
interpreting ISO14000 system requirements
–
implementing an
environmental management system
–
meeting environmental editing requirement
s
–
performing internal audits and self

assessment
–
overviews of the Egyptian
environmental law 4/94
–
environmental classification of enterprises
–
guideline of
environmental impact analysis (EI
A) for black list enterprises .
HUM
506
Occupational
S
afet
y
E
ngineering
2 Units
Safety management
–
standards , cods , and other documents
–
management a its
responsibility for safety
–
changing roles of safety personnel
–
hazard types and their
controls
–
manual materials handling hazards
–
acceleration , fai
ls , falling object ,
and other impact
–
mechanical injuries
–
heat stress
–
pressure hazards
–
electrical
hazards

fires and fire suppression explosions and explosives
–
hazards of toxic
materials
–
radiation
–
vibration
–
noise
–
accident investigation a
nd safety analyses.
HUM
524
Marketing
2 Units
Marketing system

information system
–
consumer behavior
–
product policy
–
price
policy
–
promotion policy
–
distribution policy
–
advertising policy
–
selling.
HUM
52
5
Managing
P
eople and
O
rganisations
2 Units
The aim of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to solve practical
managerial and organisational problems which an engineer is likely to meet in a work
context. The course covers a framework for understanding the key elements wh
ich
contribute towards organisational effectiveness, the importance of business strategy,
effective work design, the impact of structure and culture on organisational
performance, and the importance of systems, skills, staff and style.
HUM
526
Risk Analys
is and Management
2 Units
Introduction

Treatment of uncertainties

Decision analysis

Value of information

Basic tools for risk analysis

Risk assessment with probability distributions
–
System
evaluation

Expert judgment in Risk analysis

Organiz
ational factors in Risk
analysis
.
HUM
527
Negotiation
S
kills
2 Units
Nature and objective of negotiation processes

preparation for negotiation processes

negotiation systems

characteristics of the effective negotiator

Detection methods for
the orientat
ion of different negotiation process members

risk analysis
–
obstacles of
the negotiation processes
–
writing the strategy of negotiation
–
finishing the
negotiation processes and write down the

negotiation results evaluation.
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Energy Engineering
4
Basic Sciences
C
o
mpulsory
30 Units
BSE 1
1
1
Math (1)
3 Units
Algebraic and non algebraic functions

D
erivative
–
Applications on derivative
–
Mean value theorem
–
Curve sketching
–
Convexity and concavity
–
Extreme of
functions
–
Approximation of functions
–
Indefinite
integrals
–
Methods of
integration
–
Definite integrals

The fundamental theorem of calculus
–
Improper
integrals
–
L' Hopital rule
–
Applications on integration
–
Areas
–
Volumes of solids
of revolution
–
Are length and areas of surfaces of revolution
–
Numerical integrator.
BSE
112
Math (2)
3 Units
Theory of equations
–
Matrices
–
Matrices and linear system
–
Determinants and
linear systems
–
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
–
Applications on matrices and
determinants
–
Sequences and series
–
Vectors
–
Pol
ar, cylindrical and spherical
coordinates
–
Equations of the second degree
–
Parabola
–
Ellipse
–
Hyperbole
–
Translation and rotation of axes
–
Equations of pairs of strict lines
–
Equation of
sphere and surfaces of revolution
–
Equations of straight line
s and planes in space.
BSE 1
21
Physics (1)
3 Units
Properties of matter
–
Physical quantities
–
Units and dimensions
–
Properties of
mech. and electric materials
–
Gravitational field and its applications
–
Fluid statics
–
Fluid dynamics
–
Viscosity
–
E
lasticity
–
Sound waves
–
Waves in elastic media
–
Heat and thermodynamics
–
Heat transfer
–
Molecular motion of gasses
–
First low of
thermodynamics
–
Entropy and the second low of heat dynamics
–
Applications the
first and second law of thermo dynamics.
BSE
1
22
Physics (2)
3 Units
Electricity and magnetism
–
Charge, matter and electric field
–
Gauss low
–
Elec.
potential
–
Capacitors and insulating materials
–
Current, Resistance, and Elec. Field
–
Magnetic field
–
Amper low
–
Savant and biot lows
–
Fa
raday's low
–
Magnetic
properties of materials
–
Maxwell's equations
–
Integral form
–
heat effect of current
–
Optics
–
Properties of optics
–
Electromagnetic waves
–
Optical phenomena
deviation of optics
–
Mirrors
–
Lenses
–
Optical fibers.
BSE
131
Chem
istry
3 Units
States of matter
–
Solutions
–
Phase rule
–
Chemical equilibrium
–
Electrochemistry
–
Water treatment
–
Building materials
–
Pollution and its treatments
–
Other chemical
industries
–
Mineral fertilizers
–
Dyes
–
Polymers
–
Sugar and starch
industries
–
Petrochemicals
–
Semiconductors
–
Oils, Fats, Soaps and Detergents.
BSE 141
Mechanics
3 Units
Static
–
Vectors Algebra and Applications
–
Resultant and Moments of a Force
System
–
Equivalent Force Systems
–
Equilibrium of Particles
–
Frict
ion
–
Hinges
and Pulleys
–
Center of Gravity
–
Moment of Inertia
–
Product of Inertia Moment
–
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Inertia Moment Transfer Theories
–
Mohr's Circle
–
Distributed loads
–
Cross
Products.
BSE 213
Math
(3)
BSE111
3 Units
Complex Numbers
–
Functions of complex va
riables
–
Cauchy

Reimann equations
–
Analytic functions
–
Elementary functions
–
Comformal mapping
–
Complex
integration
–
Cauchy theorem
–
Applications of complex integration
–
Complex series
and Laurent series
–
Series solution of differential equations
–
Special functions
Fourier Integrals and Fourier Transformation
–
Partial differential equations.
BSE
214
Computers
3 Units
Introduction
–
Computer language and programming
–
Data base
–
Using programs to
find approximate solutions for equations
–
Solu
tion of algebra
–
linear and non
–
linear equations
–
Numerical integration
–
Solution of differential equations
–
Engineering applications
–
Case study program design

Use of ready packages.
EN
E
301
Numerical Analysis
BSE 112
3 Units
Numerical solution
of linear systems

numerical solution of nonlinear equations
–
interpolation

numerical integration and differentiation

curve fitting

optimization

numerical solution of ordinary and partial differential equations

Probability and
statistics

discret
e and continuous random variables

frequency tables

deviation
measures

data analysis

optimization techniques.
MDE 10
1
Engineering
D
rawing and
P
rojection
3 Units
Drawing technology and skills, engineering operations
–
Projection theory: Projection
of a point, line, and plane simple bodies
–
Assisted projections.

Intersection of plans
and surfaces

Unfolding body surfaces steel connections

Principles of architectural
drawing
.
Elective
9 Units
Student should select 3 courses
BSE 215
Interfac
ing and
D
ata
P
rocessing
3 Units
Methods for interfacing instruments to computers; software for interfacing

Methods
for processing of recorded data; software for data processing

Examples of industrial
applications and appropriate data acquisition and
processing

Identification of
measurement requirements in thermofluids applications

Principles of experimental
methods in thermofluids applications

Demonstrations of measurements and data
processing in selected laboratory experiments

Practical work:
measurement of time
varying quantities, selection and application of appropriate data processing methods,
assessment of findings.
BSE223
Physics (3)
3 Units
Waves and vibrations
–
Harmonic vibration in mechanical and electrical systems
–
Geom. represent
ation
–
Interference
–
Damped vibration
–
Fourier analysis of damped
vibration
–
Types of waves
–
Wave velocity
–
Velocity of sound waves in fluids
–
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Wave measurements
–
Doppler effect
–
Electromagnetic waves
–
Optics
–
Optic
interference
–
Newton ring
–
D
eviation
–
New concepts
–
Quantum mech.
–
Electro
optical phenomena
–
Laser
–
Applications of sound waves
–
Applications in mech.
eng.
BSE224
Laser Technology and Industrial Applications
3 Units
Physics and Laser Technology

Introduction to Laser Proce
sses

Atomic Models.
Energy Levels

Absorption of Energy

Spontaneous and Stimulated Emission

Inversion of Population. Laser Oscillation

Optical Resonant Cavity

Properties of
Laser Beam. Spectroscopy. Pumping
–
Circuits

Materials for Lasers

La
ser
Applications

Industrial Applications
–
Cutting
–
Welding

Thermal Treatment of
Materials

Applications on Electronic Field (Doping, Annealing, Metal Contacts,
Etching)

Reference to Medical Applications

Safety: Dangers and Precautions:
Interacti
on of the Laser Beam with Human Tissue (Skin and Eyes)

Organization of
the Laser Working Environment.
BSE 242
C
ontinuum
M
echanics
3 Units
Introduction to continuum mechanics

the concept of continua, elements of vector
and tensor calculus, forces act
ing on solid and motion of a continuum element

Conservation laws (of mass, energy and momentum) and basic constitutive
relationships.
EN
E
300
Modeling and Simulation
3 Units
Introduction
–
Scaling and similarity criteria
–
Model design and techniques
–
Mathematical modeling

Finite element analysis and applications

Theoretical
principles of the finite element method. model generation, analysis and results post

processing. Modeling and analysis of real structural problems

Case study using soft
wares.
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Energy Engineering
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Basic
E
ngineering
S
ciences

53 Units
ECE 301
Electronic Engineering
BSE 122
3 Units
Introduction
–
Review of power connection
–
Dual linkage
–
Electronic circuits
–
Amplifiers
–
Counters
–
Stabilizers
–
Output signals
–
Transistors
–
L
ogical circuits
–
Digital to analog and analog to digital circuit
–
Signal summing system
–
Circuit
applications for angular speed
–
Stepping motor
–
Ignition and electronic injection in
the internal combustion engine
–
Other applications
–
Introduction to
robots.
ENE
200
Thermodynamics
BSE 121
3 Units
Basic fundamentals and definitions
–
Energy concepts
–
First law of thermodynamics
–
Closed systems
–
Energy equation for closed systems
–
Continuity equations
–
Energy equation for open systems
–
Steady a
nd unsteady flow through open systems
–
Properties of pure substance
–
Ideal gas model
–
Reversible processes
–
Irreversible
processes
–
Second law of thermodynamics
–
Carnot cycle
–
Heat engines and
efficiency
–
Entropy
–
Entropy change
–
Properties of ga
s mixture and vapors
–
Enthalpy and internal energy of gas and vapors mixture.
ENE
2
01
Advanced Thermodynamics
ENE 200
3 Units
Availability
–
Air standard cycle for energy generation
–
Gas turbines
–
Vapor power
cycles
–
Reversed cycles
–
Reversibility
–
Combined cycles for electricity generation

Relation between thermodynamics properties and effect of real gases
–
Introduction
to the principles of stiochiometry and applications
–
Combustion reaction for mixtures
and applications of first and second la
ws of thermodynamics
–
Principles of chemical
and phase balance.
ENE
202
Fluid Mechanics (1)
BSE 121
3 Units
Introduction
–
Fluid Principles Definitions
–
Fluid statics
–
Fundamentals of fluid
motion
–
Fluid kinematics
–
Principal equations for mass cont
inuity, energy
conservation, and momentum in integral formula
–
Applications
–
Dimensional
analysis and similarity
–
Laminar & Turbulent flow
–
Laminar flow cases
–
Steady
flow in pipelines
–
Friction coefficient and losses
–
Minor losses
–
Methods of nets
connection.
ENE
203
Fluid Mechanics (2)
ENE202
3 Units
Differential form of continuity and motion
–
Approximate and Analytical solutions
–
Flow through boundary layer
–
Potential flow theory
–
Flow around immersed bodies
–
Unsteady flow
–
Introduction t
o flow control
–
Introduction to computational fluid
mechanics.
ENE
204
Heat Transfer
ENE 202
3 Units
Introduction to heat transfer
–
One dimensional heat transfer
–
Heat transfer with
internal heat generation elements
–
Continuous heat transfer in two d
imensions
–
Unsteady one directional heat transfer by conduction
–
Convection heat transfer
–
Free convection relations
–
Forced convection relations
–
Mixed convection heat
transfer
–
Fins and extended surface
–
Heat transfer with phase change.
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ENE
302
E
ngineering Measurements
ENE 200
3 Units
Operating performance of measurement devices
–
Measurement system elements
–
Fixed and variable errors
–
Measuring error treatment
–
Digital measuring technique
–
Force measurement
–
Torque measurement
–
Pressure me
asurement: manometers
–
Dynamic device for pressure measurements
–
Electric device for pressure
measurements
–
Flow measurement device: orifice, nozzle, ventury, rotating turbine
and rotameter
–
Velocity measurement: pitot tube
–
Hot wire
–
Laser
–
Angular
velocity measurement
–
Temperature measurement
–
Thermometer, and bimetal
sensor
–
Variable resistances
–
Semiconductors
–
Thermocouples
–
Radiometer
–
Measurement of gas exhaust components
–
Sensors
–
Analysis of exhaust gases.
ENE
303
Gas Dynamics
ENE 2
03
3 Units
Compressible flow
–
Properties of flow in variable area ducts
–
Introduction to shock
wave
–
Normal and oblique shock wave
–
Flow in pipes of constant area with and
without friction
–
Flow over surfaces
–
Compressible flow in two dimensions.
E
NE
304
Control of Mechanical Power Systems
ECE 301
3 Units
Introduction to automatic control
–
Assessment of automatic control systems
–
Classification of automatic control systems
–
Basic elements in automatic control
systems
–
Signal conditioning
–
Kind
s of automatic control systems
–
Applications of
mechanical power automatic systems. Hydraulic control: Hydraulic fluids; Control
elements
–
Working elements
–
Experimental applications. Pneumatic control:
Compressed air; Control elements
–
Working element
s
–
Experimental applications
–
Design of control circuits: electronic; electric; electro

pneumatic.
ENE
306
Heat and Mass Transfer
ENE204
3 Units
Types of heat exchangers
–
Performance of heat exchanger
–
Heat radiation
–
Heat
transfer by radiation fro
m gases and flames
–
Radiation and environment
–
Mass
transfer in solids, liquid, and gases
–
Application of mass transfer
–
Methods of heat
transfer improvement.
ENE
405
Introduction to Mechatronics
ECE 301
3 Units
Data processing in mechatronic systems
. Input/output analog and digital data.
Connection of mechanical tools. Sensors and actuators in mechatronics. Data
collection systems. Types of cards. Simulation of mechatronic systems. Design and
use of computer program. Sensor modeling. Actuator modeli
ng. DC motors. Step
motors. Hydraulic and pneumatic motors. Interfacing; computer interfacing
requirements.
EPE
201
Electric
al
Engineering
BSE122
3 Units
Electric field
–
Magnetic field
–
Electric circuits
–
Elements of electric circuits
–
Sources of ele
ctric voltage
–
Electric current sources
–
Elements of resistances
–
Capacitors and induction coils
–
Methods of analysis for continuous current circuits
–
Node analysis
–
Method of superposition
–
Circuits theories
–
Sine concept
–
Applications on theory
of oscillating current electric circuits.
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MDE
202
Mechanical
D
rawing
MDE 101
3 Units
Sketching, Assembly drawing, Working drawing. Surface finish symbols. Fits and
tolerances. Auto Cad program. Draw
ing and editing commands. Three
–
dimensional
drawing. M
ulti layer drawings. Sorting and editing.
MDE
303
Mechanics and Strength of Material
MRE 102
3 Units
Stresses and Strains
–
Testing machines and strain gages
–
Engineering material
behavior under tension, compression, and cold bending
–
Direct and transv
erse shear
–
Torsion
–
Fatigue
–
Hardness
–
Toughness and impact stresses
–
Experimental part:
Mechanical tests
–
Static tests: Tension, compression, shear, bending, torsion, and
hardness
–
Dynamic tests: Fatigue, impact.
MDE
304
Stress Analysis
MDE 303
3
Units
Equilibrium of simple mechanical elements
–
Normal and shear forces
–
Bending and
torsion moments
–
Stresses in loaded elastic bars: Axial, bending, torsion
–
Strains
–
Rigidity
–
Strain energy
–
Stresses in combined loading: Eccentric loads, incli
ned
bending and torsion
–
Two dimensional stresses: Principal stresses, Mohr circle,
theory of failure
–
Applications: Thin and thick cylinders, springs, Frames, and Finite
elements.
Experimental part: Strain measurements, Whitestone Bridge, principal str
ains, strains
in thin and thick cylinders, stress concentration factor, elastic failure, and deflections
of beams.
MRE
101
Production Technology
3 Units
Introduction to engineering material (ferrous & non

ferrous)
–
Polymers
–
ceramic
–
Composite materi
als: types
and characteristics
–
Forming
: Casting
–
Forging
–
Rolling
–
Drawing
–
Fastening & joining
–
Riveting
–
Welding
–
Hand operations
.
Cutting:
machine tools
–
Machine operations
–
Turning
–
Shaping
–
Drilling
–
Milling
–
Grinding
–
Measurement tools
–
Vernier caliper
–
Micrometer
–
tool life & tool wear
measurements
and factors affecting tool li
fe
–
measurement of
surface roughness
–
measurement of machined surface
–
Theory of metal cutting
–
economics of metal
cutting
–
introduction to the use of compu
ters in manufacturing workshops
–
CAD/CAM
–
components of NC machine tools
–
types of NC machines
–
steps for
NC machining.
MRE
102
M
a
t
eri
al
Technology
3 Units
Metallic and non
–
metallic materials
–
Crystals
–
Mechanical properties
–
Relation
between cry
stals and properties
–
Material codes and standards
–
Alloying theory
–
Heat treatments
–
Polymers
–
Composites. Ceramics
–
Material selection
–
Non
–
d
estructive tests.
MRE
403
Principles of Maintenance
2
Units
Maintenance definitions
–
Maintenance depar
tment functions
–
Maintenance types
–
planed maintenance
–
manual maintenance forms
–
Use of computer in maintenance
planning
–
Maintenance forms via computer
–
Spare parts via computer
–
Statistical
analysis in maintenance. Maintenance cost
–
Oil and lubr
ication.
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10
Applie
d Engineering Sciences
Compulsory
26 Units
EPE
302
Electric Machines
EPE 201
3 Units
Types of electric machines
–
Direct current machine
–
Multi

phase alternative current
system
–
Electric transformers
–
Induction machine
–
Synchronizin
g machine
–
Small
power engines
–
Electric distribution systems
–
Cables and their properties
–
Electric
machine safety
–
Electric transformers safety
–
Laboratory tests.
ENE
307
Introduction to Combustion
BSE 131
3 Units
Fuel and its chemical compositio
n

Introduction to combustion process; combustion
thermodynamics; combustion kinetics

Major factors influencing the combustion
process. Combustion transport

Flame types

F
lammability limits, detonations,
deflagrations and flame stability

Combustion
aerodynamics.
ENE
400
Mechanical Power Laboratories
2
Units
Experiments in
: Engineering measurements

refrigeration and air conditioning
–
fluid
flow

turbo machinery

internal combustion engine

continuous combu
stion
experiments
–
heat exchanger.
ENE
401
Principles of Turbo Machinery
ENE 203
3 Units
Basic thermodynamics and fluid mechanics for turbines
–
Classifications of turbo
machinery
–
Euler’s equatio
n
–
Losses
–
Efficiencies
–
dimensional
analysis and
similarity
–
One dimensional flow
–
Tw
o dim
ensional flow
–
Axial, radial and mixed
turbines
–
Axial, radial and mixed compressors and
pumps
–
Performance curves

Effect of viscosity, compressibility, and
cavitations
–
Three dimensional flow
steady
and unsteady flow
–
fans and blowers

water t
urbines
.
ENE
402
Principles of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
ENE 200
3 Units
Refrigeration methods
–
Compression refrigeration systems
–
Refrigerants
–
Absorption refrigeration systems
–
Air refrigeration systems
–
Introduction to
psychometric chart
–
Air conditioning systems (summer, winter, and annual)
–
Refrigeration and heat loading
–
Air conditioning equipments
–
Air ducts
–
Air duct
design.
ENE
403
Internal Combustion Engines
ENE 307
3 Units
Introduction
–
Principles of internal combustion en
gines
–
Fuel and air cycles
–
Actual cycle
–
Performance of internal combustion engines
–
Properties of fuels
–
Combustion in spark ignition engine
–
Combustion chambers of SIE’s
–
Combustion
in compression ignition engines
–
Lubrication and friction
–
Eng
ine indicators.
ENE
404
Fire Fighting
3NE 203
3 Units
Fire Detection
–
thermodynamics of chemical process and flame propagation
–
resistance of different materials for fire
–
flame dynamics and heat transfer from
flame
–
fire from electrical instruments
–
self combustion of materials in stores and
industry
–
fire protection
–
fire protection system designs
–
standard specification and
practice code
–
applications
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ENE
405
Energy Saving
ENE 201
3 Units
Energy and civilization
–
energy sources
–
fields of us
ing energy
–
efficiency of
utilization
–
Basic fundamentals for energy saving and increase the efficiency of
utilization
–
Fields and methods of saving
–
Energy saving in industrial fields
–
Practical applications for energy saving
–
Accounting of energy sy
stems.
MDE
4
05
Mechanical Design and T
ransmissions
T
echnology
MDE 304
3 Units
Part I:
Introduction to design and creativity

Design considerations and factor of
safety
–
Axis and rotor shaft design
–
spring design

General gear design methods.
Dynamic
and kinematic aspects of gears, belts and chains

Tooth forces, inertia
forces, etc., for bearing design

Vibrational aspects, torsional stiffness considerations
and gearbox noise effects

Materials and heat treatment of gears in relation to
contact m
echanics and bending stresses

Rolling element bearings

Selection and
design of rolling element bearings

Lubrication and lubricants

Failure modes in
rolling and sliding contacts related to lubrication and contact conditions

Seals and
sealing

De
sign belts, chains, couplings, clutches and brakes.
Part II:
Transmission types: gearing, continuously variable transmissions, belts and
chains, fluid power systems and electrical systems

Contact mechanics and tribology
in the transmission of power

Rel
iability assessment methods and condition
monitoring techniques for transmissions
.
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Applied Engineering Sciences
Elective
30 Units
Student should se
lect 10 courses
.
Combustion
B
ranch
ENE
411
Burner
s
T
echnology
ENE 307
3 Units
Fu
el types
–
Burners classifications

–
Principles design of burners
–
Aerodynamic
combustion control
–
Burner ignition systems

Fuel and air supply systems

Fuel
preparation for combustion
–
Flame detection systems

Burner performance
–
Types
of burners

Cri
teria for burner selection

Burner operation; start up and shutdown
–
Burner maintenance.
ENE
412
Combustion Instrumentations
ENE 302
3 Units
Flame visualization and recording

Measurements of burning velocity
–
Flame
temperature measurements

Composition
measurements in flames

Probe sampling
from combustion systems

Laser diagnostics

The
analysis of flame data

Gas tracer
flow metering

Electrochemical sensors for emissions control
.
ENE
413
Fuels and Chemical Kinetics
BSE 131
3 Units
Fuel types

Prope
rties of fuels
–
Fuel applications

Background of chemical kinetics

Kinetic theory of laminar premixed flames

Kinetic model and computational
methods

Combustion stiochiometry for different fuels

Chemical kinetics and
equilibrium

Kinetic theory of gase
s

Chemical kinetic aspects

Reaction kinetics

Case Study.
ENE
4
14
Incineration
Techn潬潧o
E久″N
7
㌠啮3瑳
Combustion processes
–
Waste classification
–
Waste characterization
–
Combustion
systems enclosures

Fluid flow consideration in Incinerator appl
ications
–
Materials
Preparation and Handling
–
Incineration systems
–
Air pollution aspects and control
for Incineration processes
–
Incinerator selection and design.
ENE
41
5
Sustainable Fuels for I.C. Engines
ENE 403
3 Units
Need for sustainable fuels

sustainable fuels for C.I engines

sustainable fuels for S.I
engines

Performance and emissions of sustainable fuels for C.I engines

Performance and emissions of sustainable fuels for S.I engines

Standards for
sustainable fuels

Pollution control from
sustainable fuels.
ENE
416
Pressure Charger Engines
ENE 403
3 Units
Pressure charging

Radial and axial flow machines
–
Pressure

charging the
compression ignition engines

Pressure

charging the spark ignition engines

Systems
and practical considerat
ions

Transient response of pressure charged engines

Variable geometry pressure chargers

Turbo

charged engine performance.
ENE
417
Engine Performance
and Maintenance
ENE 403
3 Units
Performance and operating variables for S.I. engines
–
S.I. engin
e combustion
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chamber design effects on performance
–
Performance and operating variables for
C.I. engines
–
C.I. engine performance, efficiency and emissions
–
Pressure charged
engine performance
–
Load acceptance of S.I engine and C.I engines
–
Engine
Fri
ction and Lubrication
–
Engine testing equipment
–
Maintenance.
ENE
418
Propulsion
ENE 401
3 Units
Classification of propulsion engines
–
Main components of an aircraft propulsion
engine

Thrust
–
Turbo machinery fundamentals

Burners: Combustion fundame
ntals
–
Axial turbines
–
Axial Compressors
–
Ancillary equipment.
ENE419
Special
topics

1

in
combustion
3 Units
The special topics will be designed by course teacher according to national and
international market requirements as will as student capabil
ities. Prerequisite courses
will be chosen by course teacher.
ENE 511
Natural Gas Technology
ENE
203
3 Units
Natural Gas and other energy sources in Egypt

Use and application of natural gas

Gaseous hydrocarbons and natural gas composition

Thermo

p
hysical and transport
properties of pure hydrocarbons and mixtures

Prediction of pipeline behavior in
transport processes

Distribution network design and computational simulation

Specifications and safety rules

Environmental impact

Specific appli
cations in
industrial processes.
ENE
5
12
Thermal
E
quipment
E
missions
C
ontrol and
Exhaust Gas T
reatment
ENE 413
3 Units
Pollutant emissions

Pollutants characterization

Particulates agglomeration, control
& removal systems

UHC, CO, Sox, Nox, Soot and h
alogenated compounds
formation & oxidation mechanisms and control.
ENE
513
Thermal Equipment A
uxiliary
S
ystems
ENE 201
3 Units
Fuel tank storage

Steam traps

Soot blowers

desuperheaters

air preheaters

economizer

boiler blowdown

air ejector

lambda
control system.
ENE
514
Numerical Modeling in Combustion
ENE 301
3 Units
Finite elements methods for one

dimensional flame propagation problems
–
Finite
element methods in turbulent combustion
–
Computational spray combustion
–
Use
of advanced software
packages in combustion modeling
–
Case study.
ENE
515
Design Princip
l
e
s
of Industrial Furnaces
ENE 306
3 Units
Ignition theory
–
Combustion efficiency
–
Fuel combustion equipments
–
Heat
transfer through furnaces
–
Industrial furnaces
–
Electrical furna
ces
–
Flame furnaces
–
Furnaces applications (metal melting
–
cement
–
glass
–
ceramics)
–
Furnaces and
Environmental pollution.
ENE
516
Modern Spark Ignition Engines
ENE 403
3 Units
Direct injection gasoline fuel system

Combustion chamber geometry and
in

cylinder
mixture dynamics

Combustion chamber and control strategies
–
Combustion process
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and control strategies
–
Fuel economy and emissions

Specific combustion systems
and control strategies.
ENE
517
Pollution and Pollution Control in the I.C.
Engine
s
ENE 403
3 Units
Clean air requirements
–
Pollutants and their harm to health
–
Pollution formation
(NO
x
, CO, CO2, HC, particulates….etc)
–
Exhaust gas treatment
–
Acoustic
pollutions
–
Vibration
–
New fuels and pollution
–
Legislation.
ENE
518
Promisin
g Engine Technology
ENE 417
3 Units
Dual fuel engines
–
Alternative fuels and their use in SI and CI engines
–
Homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) engines
–
Hydrogen as an engine
fuel
–
Hybrid electric vehicles
–
Fuel cells
.
ENE
519
Internal C
ombustion Engine Modeling
ENE417
3 Units
Ideal models of engine cycles
–
Flow processes in cylinders
–
Calculation of non

steady flows using filling and emptying methods and quasi

steady flow methods
–
Heat transfer in the cylinders
–
Simple mathematical
models in compression ignition
engines
–
Simple mathematical models in spark ignition engines.
ENE51X
Special
topics

2

in
combustion
3 Units
The special topics will be designed by course teacher according to national and
international market requiremen
ts as will as student capabilities. Prerequisite courses
will be chosen by course teacher.
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Energy Engineering
15
Fluid Transportation
B
ranch
ENE 421
Piping and
P
ressure
V
essels
ENE 203
3 Units
Process Plant Pipe; Definitions and Sizing

Pipe Specification
s

Storing Pipe

Calculations to Use. Transportation Pipe Lines; Steel Pipe Design

Gas Pipe Lines

Liquid pipe Lines. Pipe Line Condition Monitoring; Pig

based Monitoring Systems

Coupons

Manual Investigation

Cathodic Protection. Pressure Vessels; Stress Ana
lysis
Failures in Pressure Vessels

Loadings

stress

procedure 1: General Vessel Formulas

Procedure 2: Stresses in Heads Due to Internal Pressure

Joint Efficiencies (ASME
Code)

Properties of Heads Volumes and Surface Areas of Vessel Sections

Maximum
Length o
f Unstiffened Shells Useful Formulas for Vessels

Material Selection Guide.
ENE 422
Incompressible
Flow
ENE 20
2
3 Units
Continuum mechanics
–
vector calculus and index notation
–
kinematics of local fluid
motion
–
basic laws
–
Newtonian fluids and Navier

stokes equations
–
some
incompressible flow patterns
–
dimensionless analysis
–
incompressible flow
–
some
solutions of Navier

stokes equations
–
stream functions and the velocity potential
–
vorticity dynamics
–
flows at moderate Reynolds numbers
–
charac
teristics of high
Reynolds number flows
–
kinematic decomposition of flow fields
–
ideal flows in
plane
–
axisymmetric and three dimension ideal flows
–
boundary layers
–
low
Reynolds number flows
–
introduction to stability and transition
.
ENE 423
Introd
uction to Turbulent Flow
ENE 203
3 Units
The nature of turbulence

Methods of analysis

The origin of turbulence

Diffusivity
of turbulence Length scales in turbulent flows

The Reynolds equations

Elements of
the kinetic theory of gases

Estimates
of the Reynolds stress

Turbulent heat transfer

Turbulent shear flow near a rigid wall

Kinetic energy of the mean flow

Kinetic
energy of the turbulence

Vorticity dynamics

The dynamics of temperature

Almost
parallel, two

dimensional flows

Turb
ulent wakes

The wake of a self

propelled
body

Turbulent jets and mixing layers

Comparative structure of wakes, jets, and
mixing layers

Thermal plumes

The problem of multiple scales

Turbulent flows in
pipes and channels

Planetary boundary laye
rs

The effects of a pressure gradient on
the flow in surface layers

The downstream development of turbulent boundary
layers

The probability density

Fourier transforms and characteristic functions

Joint statistics and statistical independence

Co
rrelation functions and spectra

The
central limit theorem
.
ENE 424
Non

Newtonian
F
luids
ENE 203
3 Units
Introduction
–
Linear
viscoelasticity
–
viscosity in a uniaxial liquid
–
a theory of flow
birefringence
–
flow alignment : a general approach
–
non

Newtonian effects in
polymeric liquids
–
non

Newtonian effects in suspensions
–
flow phenomena in liquid
crystals
–
plasmas in magnetic fields
–
liquid helium
.
ENE 425
Transient
F
low
ENE 203
3 Units
Introduction

Review of Fundamental

Manifold Flow

Pipe Network Analysis

Design of Pipe Networks
–
Extended Time Simulations and Economical Design

Introduction to Transient Flow

Elastic Theory of Hydraulic Transients (Water
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Hammer)

Solution by the Method of Characteristics

Pipe System Transients

Pumps in Pipe Systems

Network Transients
–
Transient devices and procedures.
ENE426
Special
topics

1

fluid transportation
3 Units
The special topics will be designed by course teacher according to national and
international market requirements as wi
ll as student capabilities. Prerequisite courses
will be chosen by course teacher.
ENE 521
Compressible
F
low
ENE
3
3
3 Units
Compressible Flow
—
Some History and Introductory Thoughts

Integral Forms of the
Conservation Equations for Inviscid Flows
–
One
Dimensional Flow

Oblique Shock
and Expansion Waves

Quasi

One

Dimensional Flow

Differential Conservation
Equations for Inviscid Flows

Unsteady Wave Motion

General Conservation
Equations
Revisited: Velocity Potential Equation

Linearized Flow

Co
nical Flow

Numerical Techniques for Steady Supersonic Flow

The Time Marching Technique:
With Application to Supersonic Blunt Bodies and Nozzles

Three

Dimensional Flow

Transonic Flow

Hypersonic Flow

Properties of High

Temperature Gases

High

Te
mperature Flows: Basic Examples
.
ENE 522
Computational
Fluid Dynamics
(CFD)
ENE 301
3 Units
Numerical analysis tools for flow field prediction. Parabolic, Elliptic and Hyperbolic
differential equations. Finite differences and finite element methods. M
ethod of
characteristics and method of lines. Grid generation techniques. Transport properties
estimation techniques for fluids. Steady and unsteady flow in pipes and complex
networks. Boundary layers, free jets and wakes. Computational analysis of multiph
ase
flows. Application of existing computational codes.
ENE 523
Two

Phase Flow
ENE 203
3 Units
Gas

Liquid flow in pipes. Flow regimes in vertical horizontal and inclined pipes.
Pressure drop and void fraction
modeling
for specific flow regimes. Pneumo
transport
and
Hydro transport
of solids in pipes.
Two

phase flow boundary layer analysis.
Modeling
of interaction forces. Air

Lift Pump
modeling
.
Gas

Liquid

Solid three

phase flow
.
ENE
524
Fluid
Transportation Systems T
echnology
ENE 202
3 Units
Piping
Fundamentals

Introduction to Piping

Piping Components

Piping Materials

Manufacturing of Metallic Piping

Fabrication and Installation of Piping

Bolted
Joints
–
Pre

stressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe and Fittings

Grooved and
Press fit
Piping Syst
ems

Generic Design Considerations

Hierarchy of Design Documents

Design Bases

Piping Layout

Stress Analysis of Piping

Piping Supports

Heat
Tracing of Piping

Thermoplastics Piping

Fiberglass Piping Systems
.
ENE 525
Design of Pipeline
Syste
ms
ENE 203
3 Units
Water Systems Piping

Fire Protection Piping Systems

Steam Systems Piping

Building Services Piping

Oil Systems Piping

Gas Systems Piping

Process
Systems Piping

Hazardous Piping Systems

Slurry and Sludge Systems Piping

W
astewater and Storm
water Systems

Plumbing Piping Systems

Ash Handling
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Piping Systems

Compressed Air Piping Systems

Compressed Gases and Vacuum
Piping
.
ENE
526
Pipeline Insulation
ENE 204
3 Units
Introduction
–
fundamentals of heat transfer
–
des
ign parameters ; Controlling heat
loss on hot piping
–
Providing personnel protection
–
Providing personnel comfort in
commercial buildings
–
Reducing heat gain on cold piping
–
Limiting or retarding
surface condensation
–
Providing process control
–
Econo
mic optimization or energy
conservation
–
Providing fire protection
–
Providing freeze protection
–
Providing
noise control
–
design conditions ; Indoors or outdoors
–
Conditioned space or
nonconditioned
–
Geographic location (coastal regions, northern cli
mes, southern
climes, rainy, dry, etc.)
–
Long, straight runs or frequent bends
–
Personnel traffic
area or unaccessible
–
Aboveground or below ground
–
service considerations ; Hot
water and chilled water
–
Steam and condensate return
–
Heat

transfer flui
ds
–
Hot
oils
–
Liquefied gas (cryogenic service)

Sanitary and sewerage water
–
Materials ;
Calcium silicate insulation
–
Cellular glass insulation
–
Elastomeric foam insulation
–
Fiberglass and mineral wool insulations
–
Perlite insulation
–
Phenolic f
oam
insulation
–
Polystyrene foam insulation

Polyurethane and polyisocyanurate foam
insulations.
ENE 527
Internal Lining and
External C
oating for
P
ipes
MRE 102
3 Units
Metal specification
–
materials (cement, epoxy , concrete , rubber) construction
–
welding
–
metal preparation
–
internal linings
–
introduction
–
background, history,
and advantages of linings and coatings
–
lining guidelines
–
lining selection
considerations

terminology
–
types of organic pipeline protection linings and
coatings
–
external coating
–
types of external coating
–
assembly , testing , inspection
and maintenance
.
ENE528
Special
topics

2

in
fluid transport
3 Units
The special topics will be designed by course teacher according to national and
international market requ
irements as will as student capabilities. Prerequisite courses
will be chosen by course teacher.
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Power Generation
branch
EN
E
43
1
Compressors
ENE 303
3 Units
Introduction

Thermodynamics and fluid mechanics relations

Classification of
comp
ressors

Dynamic compressors (Axial, radial and mixed): Performance, Stability
and instability, Rotating stall and surge , Auxiliaries , Maintenance and
troubleshooting
–
Positive displacement compressors (Reciprocating: Single acting
and double acting,
Multistage, … etc. and Rotary: Screw compressors, Lobe
compressors, Scroll compressors, Vane compressors, … etc.
–
Performance and
Auxiliaries)
–
compressor selection

Cooling and lubrication of compressors

Sealing
of compressors
–
Methods of performance
improving.
EN
E
432
Steam Turbines
ENE 401
3 Units
Introduction
–
Classification
–
Impulse turbines
–
Reaction turbines

steam turbine
parts and Auxiliaries
–
Losses
–
Design and performance
–
Control of steam turbine

Maintenance and troubleshooting of
steam turbines.
EN
E
43
3
Pumps
ENE203
3 Units
Pumps classification
–
Centrifugal pumps: classifications (radial
–
mixed
–
axial)
–
Pumps arrangements
–
Euler's equation
–
Effect of exit angle
–
Effect of vanes
number
–
Losses
–
Pumps performance
–
Similar
ity
–
Pump selection
–
Cavitation
[Thoma's factor
–
Net positive suction head (available and required)]
–
System curve
and operating point
–
Pumps in series and parallel connection
–
Pump control
–
Priming
–
Impeller, diffuser and casing design
–
Auxiliar
ies
–
Troubleshooting
–
Positive displacement pumps: Reciprocating pumps (lift and force pump

Diaphragm
pump)
–
Rotary pump (gear pump

screw pump

vane pump

lobe pumps)
–
Applications
–
Pump performance

Auxiliaries
–
operation and maintenance

Troub
leshooting
–
Examples of industrial application.
EN
E
434
Boiler Water Treatment
BSE 131
3 Units
Introduction
–
Chemical and physical properties of water
–
water quality requirements
–
Clarification and Softening methods
–
Oxygen control
–
Chemical scave
nging
control
–
Internal treatment
–
Depositions control
–
Corrosion control
–
Chemical
cleaning
.
EN
E
435
Heat Exchangers
ENE
306
3 Units
Introduction

heat exchanger classification
–
overall heat transfer coefficient
–
heat
exchanger
principle
design

h
eat exchanger analysis
–
heat
exchanger calculation
methodology
–
compact types
–
fouling effect
–
heat exchanger code standers
–
heat
exchanger maintenance

case study.
EN
E
43
6
Thermal Power Stations
ENE 201
3 Units
Classification of power stations
–
A
nalysis of load, storage and economy in power
stations
–
Daily load
–
Annual load
–
Performance parameters
–
Turbines selection
–
Steam power stations: Cycles and components
–
Evaporators
–
Reheat and super
heaters
–
Economizers
–
Air pre

heaters
–
Condens
ers
–
Pumps, connections and pipe
lines
–
Boilers: its operations
–
Boiler performance and heat balance
–
Control
devices
–
New trends for steam generation

Binary power station

Gas power station
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Combined power station

nuclear power station

Operat
ion and control of power
station

Environmental aspects of power generation.
ENE437
Special
topics

1

power generation
3 Units
The special topics will be designed by course teacher according to national and
international market requirements as will as s
tudent capabilities. Prerequisite courses
will be chosen by course teacher.
ENE 531
Fans and Blowers
ENE 401
3 Units
Introduction
–
Axial fans and propellers ; fans applications
–
axial fans
–
fan stage
parameters
–
types of axial fan stages
–
propeller
s
–
performance of axial fans
–
types
of centrifugal fans
–
centrifugal fan stage parameters
–
design parameters
–
drum type
fans
–
partial flow fans
–
losses
–
fan bearings
–
fan drives
–
fan noise
–
dust erosion
of fans
–
Blowers ; Basic theory of blower
s
–
classification and performance curves of
blowers
–
design of radial type blower stage
–
construction details of blowers
–
blower applications
–
regulation of blowers
–
blower installation , operation and test
–
disc stresses
–
critical speeds.
EN
E
5
32
Gas Turbine Engines
ENE 431
3 Units
Introduction
–
Thermodynamic review
–
Gas turbine components and their
performance: compressor, turbine, combustion chamber, cooling system, lubrication
system, fuel system
–
Parametric Cycle analysis of ideal engines
–
Methods of
improving gas turbine performance
–
Examples of application.
EN
E
533
Combined Power Stations
ENE 201
3 Units
Introduction
–
Economics and performance of steam power station
–
Economics and
performance of gas power station
–
Thermodynamic Rev
iew
–
Combined cycles with
heat recovery boiler
–
The STAG combined cycle power plant
–
Combined cycle with
multi pressure steam
–
Combined cycle for nuclear power plants
–
Techniques of
improving the performance of combined cycles
–
Control and operation
of combined
cycles.
EN
E
534
Nuclear Technology
3 Units
Nuclear energy fundamentals
–
Nuclear reaction and radiations
–
Industrial
application of radioisotopes
–
Principles of reactor analysis
–
Nuclear reactor kinetics
and control
–
Nuclear energy remo
val
–
General principles of reactor safety
–
Radiation protection and environmental effects

Elements of nuclear physics
–
Nuclear fission
–
Fission reactors
–
Environmental impact and safety of nuclear
reactors
–
Fusion reactions and fuel resources
–
Ex
perimental devices for nuclear
fusion
–
Fusion reactors.
EN
E
535
Non

C
onventional Power Stations
ENE 201
3 Units
Introduction
–
Binary power stations

combined power stations

combined power
stations with solar energy

solar thermal power stations

Wind pow
er stations
–
Geothermal power stations

Energy from ocean
–
wave energy
–
fuel cells
–
Energy
storage (flywheel
–
pumped hydro
–
compressed air
–
Batteries … etc)
–
Environmental aspects of power generation.
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EN
E
536
Operation, Maintenance and Control of
Boilers
MRE 403
3 Units
Steam generation
–
Boiler control systems
–
Start

up procedures
–
Boiler operation
–
Shut down procedures
–
Water blow

down
–
Inspection types
–
Types of maintenance
programs
–
Failure prevention
–
Safe storage.
EN
E
537
Hydro Powe
r Stations
ENE 203
3 Units
Introduction
–
Basic relations
–
Euler’s equation
–
Efficiencies and losses
–
Dimensional analysis and similarity
–
Specific speed
–
Cavitations
–
Water turbines:
turbine efficiency and losses
–
Thoma’s cavitations factor
–
Hydro
power stations
components
–
turbine classification

impulse turbine (Pelton
–
Turgo
–
Banki)
–
theory
–
design

performance. Reaction turbines: radial and mixed (Francis)

axial
(Kaplan)
–
theory
–
design
–
performance
–
selection of turbines
–
desi
gn of runner,
draft tube and casing
–
Power station economy
–
Micro hydro power stations
.
EN
E
538
Hydraulic Circuits
ENE 304
3 Units
Introduction to hydraulic circuits
–
Main components

Basic circuits (Filtration
circuits

Safety circuits
–
accumulator c
ircuits
–
Sequential circuits
–
unloading circuits
... etc.)
–
hydrostatic transmission circuits (Cranes and elevator circuits
–
pressing
circuits
–
Plastic machines circuits

packing machines circuits

… etc.)

hydrodynamic transmission circuits:
hydraul
ic coupling and torque converters

relations and characteristics curve
.
ENE539
Special
topics

2

in
power generation
3 Units
The special topics will be designed by course teacher according to national and
international market requirements as will as st
udent capabilities. Prerequisite courses
will be chosen by course teacher.
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Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
B
ranch
ENE 441
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Loads
ENE 204
3 Units
introduction

solar radiation

indoor and outdoo
r design condition

external thermal
loads ( through walls, ceiling, ground, infiltration and ventilation load)

internal
thermal loads (people, Light, equipment and motors, persons, processes ,product )

Heat gain through air ducts

Heat transferred throu
gh contact surfaces

cooling load
calculation method

refrigeration and air conditioning loads application
.
ENE 442
Air Distribution
S
ystems
ENE 202
3 Units
Flow through ducts

pressure change through duct

friction pressure loss

friction
chart

correcti
on factors

dynamic loss for fittings

air duct design methods

design
consideration of air duct

heat gain and loss

thermal insulation of air duct systems

noise reduction

noise criterion curves

noise source

air outlet types

location of air
outlet

s
election of air outlet

air cleaning methods

types of filters

selection of
filters

fans

fans laws

performance characteristics curves of fans.
ENE 443
Equipments of Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning
ENE 402
3 Units
Refrigerant compressors

condenser
and cooling towers
–
evaporators and defrost
methods

expansion device
–
auxiliary components of refrigeration system

cooling
and dehumidification process

Heating and Humidification process

air filters
–
fans
.
ENE
4
4
5
Special course

1

i n R e f
r i g e r a t i o
n a n d A i r
C o n d i t i o n i n g
3 U n i t s
T h e s p e c i a l t o p i c s w i l l b e d e s i g n e d b y c o u r s e p r o f e s s o r a c c o r d i n g t o n a t i o n a l a n d
i n t e r n a t i o n a l m a r k e t r e q u i r e m e n t s a s w i l l a s s t u d e n t c a p a b i l i t i e s. P r e r e q u i s i t e c o u r s e s
w i l l b e c h o s e n b y c o u r s e p r o f e s s o r.
E N E 5 4 1
S y s t e m s
R e f
r i g e r a t i o n a n d A i r C o n d i t i o n i n g
E N E 4 4 3
3 U n i t s
D o m e s t i c r e f r i g e r a t i o n s y s t e m s

c o m m e r c i a l r e f r i g e r a t i o n s y s t e m s

i n d u s t r i a l
r e f r i g e r a t i o n s y s t e m s

r e f r i g e r a t i o n s y s t e m s i n t r a n s p o r t a t i o n

a l l a i r s y s t e m s

a i r
w a t e r s y s t e m

a l l w a t e r s y s t e m s

d i r e c t a
i r c o n d i t i o n i n g s y s t e m.
E N E 5 4 2
C o n t r o l a n d
P
r o t e c t i o n E q u i p m e n t
s
o f
R e f r i g e r a t i o n a n d A i r C o n d i t i o n i n g
S
y s t e m s
E N E 3 0 4
3 U n i t s
D e f i n i t i o n
–
B a s i c f u n c t i o n s o f c o n t r o l s y s t e m

c o n t r o l t h e o r y

t y p e s o f c o n t r o l
s y s t e m s

B a s i c c o m p o n e n t s o f c o n t r o l s y s t e m
s a n d i t s s y m b o l s
–
d e s i g n c o n d i t i o n s
o f
t h e c o n t r o l o f a i r c o n d i t i o n i n g s y s t e m

C o n t r o l o f a i r t e m p e r a t u r e
–
H u m i d i t y c o n t r o l
s y s t e m s

l i q u i d f l o w c o n t r o l s y s t e m s
–
a i r f l o w c o n t r o l s y s t e m s
–
p r e s s u r e c o n t r o l
–
c o n t r o l o f e n t h a l p y

partial and full cont
rol system

electrical control system

automatic control system

special application of the Control and protection of
refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
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ENE 543
Applications of Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning
S
ystems
ENE 402
3 Units
Introducti
on

types and components of the cold stores

types and components of the
freezing tunnels

food preservations

ice manufacturing

gas liquefaction

air
conditioning for commercial, industrial and transport applications

other applications.
ENE 544
Ventila
tion Systems
ENE 202
3 Units
Aims of ventilation

classification of ventilation

air jets (types

circulation

behavior)
–
gas suction

combined supply and extraction systems

ventilation equipment

ventilation thermal load

determination of ventilation rat
e

optimum design of
ventilation systems

dust bags

structure considerations.
ENE 545
Design Working Fluid Circuits of
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
S
ystems
ENE 203
3 Units
Function of piping system

piping materials

pipe joints

refrigerant pipi
ng system
(hot gas line

suction line

liquid line)

general design consideration

refrigerant
piping size

equivalent length of piping

piping size table

liquid line sizing

oil
separator

ammonia piping

liquid indicators( sight glass)
–
refrigerant deh
ydrators

strainers

pressure relive valve

compressor service valve

receiver valve

sizing of
child water piping

sizing of cooling water piping

pumps

practical applications.
ENE 546
Economics of Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning
S
ystems
HUM 423
3 U
nits
Introduction

terminology

types of economic analysis

benefits and costs

economic
analysis approaches

value engineering

initial costs

energy costs

maintenance and
repair costs

alteration and replacement costs

management consideration

case
st
udies.
ENE 547
Electric
ity
of Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning
S
ystems
EPE 201
3 Units
Electric symbols

electric circuits (complete wiring diagram) for various refrigeration
and air conditioning systems

electric wires and cables

electrical insulation

types and
structure of electric motor (single and three phase) characterises of electric motor
(speed

power)

effect of voltage and amp on the motor characteristics

starting of the
motor

relays

capacitors

motor protection device

motor selection

tech
nical data of
motor

voltage drop protection

practical application.
ENE 548
Operation and Maintenance of Refrigeration
and Air Conditioning
S
ystems
MRE 403
3 Units
Setting to work

calibration and final commissioning

commissioning records

classifica
tions of maintenance work

maintenance requirements
–
planning of
suddenly maintenance
–
major maintenance work

spare parts
–
planning of regular
maintenance for refrigeration and air conditioning systems
–
modern instrument and
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testing devices
–
periodi
cal inspection

troubleshooting of refrigeration and air
conditioning systems.
ENE
54
9
Special
topics

2 in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
3 Units
The special
topics
will be designed by course
teacher
according to national and
international market re
quirements as will as student capabilities.
Prerequisite courses
will be chosen by course
teacher
.
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