Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical)

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil-Building Services)

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical-Mechatronics)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Information Technology)

Bachelor of Business

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical)

YEAR 3 +4

Subjects

BAE 401 Advanced Engineering Mathematics

BAE 402 Calculus

BAE 403 Engineering Mechanics

BAE 404 Engineering Materials & Thermodynamics

BAE 405 Advanced Circuit Analysis

BAE 406 Electro-mechanics

BAE 407 Advanced Electro-magnetics Field & Materials

BAE 408 Analogue & Digital Electronics

BAE 501 Advanced Power Systems & Power Transmission Networks

BAE 502 Linear System

BAE 503 Control System

BAE 504 Power System Analysis

BAE 505 Power System Optimization

BAE 506 Power System Stability  & Protection

BAE 507 Electro-mechanical Energy Conversion

BAE 508 Industrial Engineering & Industrial Management

BAE 601 Computer Programming

BAE 602 Computer Network

BAE 603 Software Engineering

BAE 604 Telecommunication Engineering

BAE 605 Engineering Management

BAE 606 Building Service Electrical & Mechanical Engineering

BAE 607 Radio Wave Propagation & Microwave Techniques

BAE 608 Professional Engineer Competency Demonstration Report

 

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)

Year (3) Part 1  ADVANCED GENERAL CIVIL  ENGINEERING  DEGREE LEVEL

Subjects

BAE 401 Advanced Engineering Mathematics

BAE 402 Calculus

BAE 403 Engineering Mechanics

BAE 404 Engineering Materials & Thermodynamics

BAE 508 Industrial Engineering & Industrial Management

 

Year (3) Part 2 ADVANCED GENERAL CIVIL  ENGINEERING  DEGREE LEVEL (  18 Pt)

BAE421 Building Construction Engineering ( 4 pt)

BAE422 Estimating ( 2 pt)

BAE423 Fluid Mechanics ( 2 pt)

BAE424 Reinforced Concrete ( 2 pt)

BAE425 Timber Engineering ( 2 pt )

BAE521 Road & Bridge ( 2 pt )

BAE522 Rock Mechanics ( 2 pt )

BAE523 Soil Mechanics ( 2 pt )

BAE 523A Environmental Engineering

TOTAL 35 Pt

Year (4) Part 1

BAE 601 Computer Programming

BAE 605 Engineering Management

BAE 606 Building Service Electrical & Mechanical Engineering

BAE 609 Design Project

Total Credit points in this group

Year (4) Part 1

 ( 12  Pt)

BAE621 Structural Engineering ( 3 pt )

BAE623 Surveying & Traffic Engineering ( 2 pt)

BAE624 Water Supply , Sanitation & Finishing ( 2 pt )

BAE 608 Engineering Competency Demonstration Report Writing (2pt)

SELF STUDY

BAE622 Architecture ( 3 pt )

 

 

 

 

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)

Year (3)

GENERAL APPLIED ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)   DEGREE

Subjects

BAE 401 Advanced Engineering Mathematics

BAE 402 Calculus

BAE 403 Engineering Mechanics

BAE 404 Engineering Materials & Thermodynamics

BAE 507 Electro-mechanical Energy Conversion

BAE 508 Industrial Engineering & Industrial Management

BAE511 Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Part 1

BAE613 Mechanical Instrumentation Process

BAE614 Machine Design

BAE512 Building Service Water Supply System

BAE511 Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Part 2

BAE613 Mechanical Instrumentation Process

 

Year (4)  Part 1  BE (Mechanical + General Related Subjects)

BAE 601 Computer Programming

BAE 602 Computer Network

BAE 603 Software Engineering

BAE 605 Engineering Management

BAE 606 Building Service Electrical & Mechanical Engineering

 

 

 

 

Year (4) Part 2

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Specialization ( 13 pt)

BAE311 Plant Engineering (2 pt)

 

BAE312 Design Engineering (2 pt)

 

BAE313 Environmental Control (2 pt)

 

BAE314 Mechanical Power Generation (2 pt)

 

BAE315 Materials Engineering (2 pt) Part 1 Part 2

BAE 608 Engineering Competency Demonstration Report Writing (3 pt)

Elective (2 pt)

 

Subjects

BAE513 Production Technology

BAE611 Maintenance Engineering

BAE612 Engineering Metallurgy

 

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil-Building Services)

STAGE (3) BASIC ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING  (  18 Pt)

REFER DIPLOMA/ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DETAILED CONTENTS

EE101 DC Circuit Problems

EE102 Basic Electrical Fitting & Wiring

EE103 Basic Electrical Drafting

EE104 Electrical Equipments Safety Protection

EE105 Electrical Installation Design

EE107 Electrical Equipments

EE106 Advanced Electrical Wiring

EE108 Electrical Fault Finding

EE109 Electrical Control Circuits

EE111 Electromagnetism & Basic Electrical Machines

EE112 Alternating Current Principle

EE113 Electrical Fundamental

EE115 Basic Analogue & Digital Electronics

EE116 Process Control System

EE117 Solar Electrical System

EE119 Electrical Risk Assessment

EE120 Electrical Contracting & Specifications

EE308 Sustainability

 

STAGE (4 A) ADVANCED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDY ( 6Pt)

REFER DIPLOMA/ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DETAILED CONTENTS

ME 102 Engineering Thermodynamics

ME 109 Engineering Drawing

ME 107 Heat Transfer

ME 201 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

ME 204 Engineering Fluid Mechanics

ME 301 Fluid Dynamics

 

STAGE (4B)ADVANCED ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING STUDY

(ADVANCED DIPLOMA) ( 4 pt)

REFER DIPLOMA/ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DETAILED CONTENTS

EE201 Engineering Mathematics

EE204 Engineering Physics

EE302 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 

EE307 Energy Efficient Building Design

STAGE (5)BACHELOR OF APPLIED ENGINEERING (BUILDING SERVICE)   DEGREE ( 32 pt)

Subjects

BAE 401 Advanced Engineering Mathematics

BAE 402 Calculus

BAE 403 Engineering Mechanics

BAE 404 Engineering Materials & Thermodynamics

BAE 508 Industrial Engineering & Industrial Management

BAE 601 Computer Programming

BAE 605 Engineering Management

BAE 606 Building Service Electrical & Mechanical Engineering

BAE 609 Design Project

 

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical-Mechatronics)

Advanced Diploma of Mechanical Engineering)

REFER DIPLOMA/ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DETAILED CONTENTS

REFER DIPLOMA/ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DETAILED CONTENTS

 

(1) ME104  Principle of Machine

 (2)EE624 Process Control

EE115 Basic Analogue & Digital Electronics

EE116 Process Control System

(3)ME 334 Airconditioning and Refrigeration

(4) ME202  Aerodynamics

(5) ME 302 Automation-and-Robotics

(6) ME 303 Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing

(7) ME 234 Wind Turbines 

(8) ME 201 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

(9) ME 204 Engineering Fluid Mechanics +

ME 301 Fluid Dynamics

(10) ME 206 Introduction to Turbo Machinery

(11)ME 205 Manufacturing Processes & Materials

(12) ME 207 Chemical Thermodynamics

(13)ME 208 Hydrocarbons

(14) ME 634 Pneumatics

(15) ME 203 Control

(16) ME 534 Numerical Control

(17) ME 434 Mechtronics-Robotics

(18)EE 617 Building Electrical and Mechanical System

 (19)EE105 Electrical Installation Design

EE107 Electrical Equipments  

EE105 Electrical Installation Design

EE107 Electrical Equipments

(20)EE106 Advanced Electrical Wiring 

(21) EE116 Process Control

(22) EE117 Solar Electrical System

(23) EE119 Electrical Risk Assessment

EE120 Electrical Contracting

(24) ME 109 Engineering Drawing

EE301 Advanced Electrical Drafting    

(25) EE121 Electronics Power Control Devices 

(26) EE206 AC

(27) EE207 DC

(28)EE202 Electrical Circuits

(29)EE203 Three Phase Power Circuits 

 

(30) ME 305 Corrosion Prevention

(31) ME 306 Theory-of-waves-in- materials

Bachelor of Applied Engineering (Mechanical-Mechatronics)

Subjects

BAE 401 Advanced Engineering Mathematics

BAE 402 Calculus

BAE 403 Engineering Mechanics

BAE 404 Engineering Materials & Thermodynamics

BAE 405 Advanced Circuit Analysis

BAE 406 Electro-mechanics

BAE 408 Analogue & Digital Electronics

BAE 502 Linear System

BAE 503 Control System

BAE 507 Electro-mechanical Energy Conversion

BAE 508 Industrial Engineering & Industrial Management

BAE 601 Computer Programming

BAE 602 Computer Network

BAE 603 Software Engineering

BAE 604 Telecommunication Engineering

BAE 605 Engineering Management

BAE 606 Building Service Electrical & Mechanical Engineering

 

BAE 401 Advanced Engineering Mathematics  (9 pt)

An Introduction to theory of complex variables

Complex numbers

Functions

Differentiability

Integration in the complex plane

Integral theorems

Power series

Introduction of rational functions of trigonometric functions.

 

 

 

Continuous distribution

Exponential distribution

Normal distribution

Gamma distribution

Convergence in distribution

F   distribution

 

Discrete distribution

Binomial distribution

Poisson distribution

 

 

Elementary linear algebra

Algebra in Fn Example problems

Geometric meaning of vectors

Geometric meaning of vector addition

Distance between points in Rn   Length of vector

Geometric meaning of scalar multiplication

Dot product

Cross product

System of equation geometry

System of equation – Algebric operation

Matrice arithmetic

Determinants –Basic technique & properties

Integration and differential equations

 

List of integrals

 

Introduction to background

 

Theorem of integration

 

Improper integrals

 

Improper integral problems

 

Integration of rational functions

 

Differential equations

 

First order ordinary differential equations

 

Homogenous equations

 

The general linear equations

 

 

Random variables

 

Simple introduction examples

 

Problems

 

Frequency and distribution functions in 1 dimension

 

Mathematical modelling preliminary

Introduction

Discrete time model

Maths 301 Introduction to Complex Variables

 

The residue Theorem

 

Fourier Transform

 

Integral theorem of complex analysis with applications to the evaluation of real integral

 

Introduction

 

Integral theorems – The green Theorem

 

Cauchy’s integral theorem

 

Cauchy’s residue theorem

 

 

Maths 302 Elementary Linear Algebra

A formula for the inverse

Cramer’s rule

Example 6.2.3 , 6.2.4 , 6.2.6, 6.2.7

Rank of a matrix

Example 8.2.9 , 8.2.10, 8.3.3 , 8.3.5, 8.3.6, 8.3.7, 8.3.8

Linear independence and bases

Linear transformation

Constructing the matrix of a linear transformation

Linear programming

Maths 401 Continuous Distribution

X2 Distribution

F   Distribution

F   Distribution &   “ t “  Distribution

Estimation of parameters

 

Maths 402 Discrete Distribution

Geometric distribution

Pascal distribution

Negative binomial distribution

Hyper geometric distribution

 

Maths 303 Essential Engineering Mathematics

Vectors and matrices

Functions and limits , Example problems

Calculation of one variable ( Part 1) Differentiation,             

Calculation of one variable ( Part 1) Integration,             

Calculus of many variables,

Ordinary differential equations,

Complex function theory

Maths 501 Introduction to probability

 

Theoretical background

 

Playing card

 

Binomial distribution

 

Lotto    Example

 

Conditional probabilities –Baye’s formula

 

 

Maths 501 Linear algebra and matrices

Linear transformation matrices

Definition 2.1.1 to 2.1.3

i j   Entry of product  Definition 2.1.8

Rank of matrices

Row operations

 

Maths 502 Introductory Finite Difference Method for PDE

Partial differential equations. Example problems

Taylor theorem

Iterative solution methods

Jacobi Iteration

Gauss Seidel Iteration

Successive Relaxation method

 

Maths 601 Random Variables

Theoretical results

Frequencies and distribution ( 1 dimension )

Function of random variables

 

BAE 402 Calculus ( 3 pt)

 

Calculus 1 a .pdf

Differentiation, Example problems

Integration, Example problems

Simple differential equations, Example problems

 

Calculus 2 a .pdf

Integration of trigonometric polynomials

Complex decomposition of a fraction between two polynomials

Chain rule

Calculation of the directional derivatives

An overview of integration in the plane and in the space

Line integrals

Surface integral

Green’s theorem in the plane

 

Calculus 2b 1.pdf

The range of functions in several variables

Line integral

Space integral

Line integral

 

Calculus 3b. pdf

Power series method in solution of problems, Example problems

 

Calculus 3C 1. pdf

Sequence in general

 

Calculus 4C 1. pdf

 

Sum function of Fourier series

 

Maths 303 Engineering Mathematics

Introduction and background

Integration of rational functions

Integration of trigonometric functions

Differential equations

 

Maths 403 Second Order Differential Equations

Power series solutions

Bessel equations and Bessel functions

Legendre polynomials

Differential equations

BAE 403 Engineering Mechanics ( 1 pt)

 

Stress   Example

 

Stress lectures

 

Strain  All examples

 

Strain lessons

 

Mechanical properties of materials

 

Mechanical properties of materials

 

Axial members

 

Axial members

 

Torsion of shaft

 

Torsion of shaft

 

Symmetric bending of beams

 

Symmetric bending of beams

 

Deflection of symmetric beams

 

Deflection of symmetric beams

 

Stress transformation

 

Stress transformation

 

Strain transformation

 

Strain transformation

 

Design and failure

 

Design and failure

 

Stability of columns

 

Stability of columns

 

Newton motion

One dimensional motion

Simple harmonic motion

Damped oscillation

X (t) = Ar e- rt/l cos (wt –δr)

Rotating reference frame equations

Modern Mechanics Part 1

Modern Mechanics Part 2

Modern Mechanics Part 3

Modern Mechanics Part 4

Modern Mechanics Part A

Modern Mechanics Part B

Modern Mechanics Part C

 

ME 301 Applied Mathematics

Kinematics

Projectiles

Forces

Resistance forces

Resolving forces

Rigid bodies

Centre of gravity

Momentum

Energy

Circular motion

Gravitation and planetary motion

The language of vectors

 

BAE 404 Engineering Materials & Thermodynamics ( 3 pt )

Heat Transfer. pdf

(1) Heat transfer mode  Example problems

(2) Conduction  Example problems

(3) Convection  Example problems

(4) Radiation  Example problems

(5) Heat Exchanger  Example problems

 

Theory of waves in materials.pdf

Materials-Preliminary

Materials- Basic mechanical properties

Basic wave phenomena

Harmonic waves

Elastic volume and shear waves

Rayleigh Elastic waves

 

Engineering Thermodynamics

General definition

Thermodynamics-Working fluids

Laws of Thermodynamics

Worked Example 3.1 to 3.25

 

ME434 Wind Turbines

Wind Energy

Theory of wind energy

Wind turbine types and components

Wind energy measurement, Wheel encoder  Worked

 

ME634 Pnuematics

Principle of pneumatics

Linear actuators

Flow control

Pnuematics sensors

Pnuematics symbols

 

BAE 405 Advanced Circuit Analysis ( 3 pt )

DC Circuit Analysis

Circuit Theory

Modulators

Analog, digital signals , electric current, power summary

Circuit analysis, electric potential, electric power, sign convection, electric source, Kirchoffs’ law

Circult elements, characteristics KCL, KVL

Resistor (Series, parallel, wheatstone bridge, Nodal analysis

Nodal analysis, mesh analysis

Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem,

Operational amplifier

Inverting amplifier circuit, Summing amplifier, Differential amplifier

Capacitor, Op-amp integrator, stored energy

Mutual inductance, time constant, transient

Transient response of 1 st order circuit, RL transient analysis, sequential switching

RC/RL Circuit , Propogation, Delay, DRAM

Semi conductor

PN Junction diode

Light emitting diode

MOSFET

Digital signal

CMOS Digital circuit

Combinational logic circuits

Flip flops

Propagation delay in timing diagram

Integrated circuit fabrication

Device isolation methods

Interconnected resistance and capacitance

Transistor scaling

Integrated circuit design for application in communications

Small signal amplifiers

Network noise intermodulation distortion

CAD for noise analysis

Snsors & Detectors

Low noise design methodology

Oscillators

Modulators and demodulators

Concepts in Electrical Circuit

Circuit theorem

Sinusoids & phasors

Frequency response

EE303 Engineering Circuit Analysis

Basic circuits

Basic Nodal and Mesh analysis

Linear and Superposition/ Source Transformation

RL/ RC Circuits

RLC Circuits

Sinusoidal steady state analysis

AC Power Circuit Analysis

Polyphase Circuits

Magnetically coupled circuits

Complex Frequency / Laplace Transform

Laplace Transform

Circuit analysis in “ S “ domain

Pole/ Zero constellation

Frequency Response

Two ports network

Fourier Circuit Analysis

Use of symmetry theory

 

 

EE404 Electrical Measurement ( 1 pt )

 

Measurement of inductance and capacitance

 

Measurement of  resistance

 

Magnetic measurement

 

High voltage measurement and tesating

 

Location of cable fault

 

Measurement of power

 

Measurement of energy

 

 

BAE 406 Electro-mechanics ( 2 pt )

Electro-mechanic -1.0.1 Scope of application

1.1  Electro-magnetic theory

1.1.1a Magnetic field system, Table 1.1

1.1.1.b Electric field system  Table 1.2

Lumped electro-mechanical elements

Lumped parameter-electro-mechanic

Rotating machines

Lumped parameter-electro mechanical dynamics

EE 502 Electrical Machines  

DC Generator, Example problems

DC Motors, Example problems

Efficiency & heating of electrical machines, Example problems

Three phase transformer, Example problems

Three phase induction motors, Example problems

Synchronous generators, Example problems

Synchronous motors, Example problems

Basic of industrial motor control, Example problems

ME 301 Machine Principle 

Rotating machines

Machinery mounting

Balancing

Bearing

Power transmission

 

 

BAE 407 Advanced Electro-magnetics Field & Materials ( 1 pt)

Electric field

Electrostatic potential

Dipole and quadrature pole movements

Batteries, resistors, ohm laws

Capacitors

Magnetic effect of an electric current

Force on current in a magnetic field

Electro-dynamics of moving bodies

Magnetic potential

Electro-magnetic Induction

Dimensions

Properties of magnetic materials

Alternating current

Laplace transform

Maxwell Equation

CGS Electricity & Magnetism

Magnetic dipole movement

Outlines

Electric field

Electrostatic Energy

Laplace’s equation (1)

Laplace’s equation (2)

Remarks on units

Green’s functions

Multipole expansion

Electro-static in matter

Boundary condition

Magneto statics (1)

Magneto statics (2)

Macroscopic magneto statics

Maxwell’s equation

DISC movement

Electro-magnetic plane waves

Reflection & refraction

Casual relation between D & E

Wave guides and load cavities

Electromagnetic radiation and scattering (1)

Electromagnetic radiation and scattering (2)

Scattering by small di-electric sphere

Electro-magnetism

Electro magnetic fields and moving charges

Multipole expansion

Magnetic constants and materials

Ampere law

Brief history of electro magnetism

Gauss’s law

Numerical solutions to Laplace’s equation

Small current loop

Curvilinear co-ordinate system

Problems

Dielectric tensors and constants

Analytic solution to Laplace equation

Magnetostatic boundary condition

Electrostatic boundary condition

Electromagnetic field

The gradient vector

Maxwell’s equation

Electro-magnetic wave propagation

BAE 407 Advanced Electro-magnetic Field & Materials

Electro dynamics

Introduction to electro statics

 

Boundary value problems in electro statics (1)

 

Boundary value problems in electro statics (2)

 

Multi-poles Macroscopic media –Dielectrics

 

Static and stationary magnetic fields

 

Maxwell’s equations

 

Plane wave and wave propogation

 

Wave guides and cavities

 

Radiation

 

The special theory of relativity

 

Particles and field dynamics

 

Charged particle collisions-Energy loss, Scattering

 

Radiation by moving charges

 

BAE 407 Advanced Electro-magnetic Field & Materials

EMFT book.pdf

Summary of electro statics

Potential

Electro-magnetics waves

Classical optics

Conservation Law

Conservation Law

Conservation Law

Generic wave

Electromagnetic waves in vacuum

Electromagnetic waves in matter

Electromagnetic waves in conductor

Electromagnetic waves propagation

Electromagnetic waves field

Wave guides

Electromagnetic waves radiation

Electro-dynamics

Frequency

EE407 Electro-magnetism

Di-electric materials and capacitance

Transmission Lines

Maxwell’s equations and electro-magnetic waves

Electrostatics

Di-electric

Transmission Line

Maxwell Equation

 

 

BAE 408 Analogue & Digital Electronics ( 5 pt )

Semi conductor devices

Digital circuits

Power Electronics Converters

Introduction to Electronic Engineering

Power Electronics  & Applied Electronics

Digital System

Digital Signal Processing 

Digital Image Processing

Electronics Circuits

Power Electronics Control

Digital System

Number system basics

Introduction to logic gates

Combinational logic

Karnaugh map

Arithmetic circuit

Coders/ Multiplexers

Counters

Digital Signal Processing

Signal system representation

Fourier/ Z Transform

Discrete Fourier Transform

Principle of filter design

FIR filter design

Digital Image Processing

Introduction

Intensity transformation & spatial filtering

Filtering in frequency domain

Discrete Fourier Transform

Butterworth Low Pass Filter

Butterworth High Pass Filter

Image restoration / Noise analysis

Digital Image Processing

Introduction

Intensity transformation & spatial filtering

Filtering in frequency domain

Discrete Fourier Transform

Butterworth Low Pass Filter

Butterworth High Pass Filter

Image restoration / Noise analysis

 

BAE 501 Advanced Power Systems & Power Transmission Networks ( 3 pt )

Principle of Power System

Source of energy

Steam power station

Hydro power station

Diesel power station

Nuclear power station

Gas turbine power station

Variable load on power station

Interconnected grid system

Economic of power generation

Importance of high load factor

Tariffs

PF improvement

Supply system

Mechanical design of OH line

Corona

Sag

Electrical design of OH line

Performance of transmission line

Line generalised constants

UG cable

Capacitance in 3 core cable

Distribution system

DC Distribution

DC System

AC Distribution

Voltage control

Introduction to switch gear

Circuit breaker

Fuse

Relays

Protection transformers

Substation

Advanced Power System –Power Transmission Network

Consequence of power quality

Power quality & applications

Power quality analysis

Power quality monitoring

Management, control and automation of power quality improvement

Electrical generation and distribution system and power quality disturbances

Integration of hybrid distribution units in power grid

Optimal location and control of multi hybrid model based wind shunt facts to enhance power quality

Power quality and voltage  sags indices in electrical power systems.

Power Transmission Line

AASR Conductors

ARC Fault

Circuit breaker rating

Current transformer

Electrical bushing

Electrical fuse

Induction motor model

IP rating

Load factor

Load redundancy

Over current protection

Partial  discharge

Per unit system

Phase conversion

Resonance

RL Switching

Sequence network

Short circuit calculation

Symmetrical component

Transformer impedance

Power Transmission Line 2

AC Power Transmission

Insulation Resistance test

Dry type transformer

Electrical software

Insulation resistance test

 

Electrical  Power Generation System

Designing for high temperature and pressure

Turbine components

Burning of fuel

Facts about fuel

Burning gas and oil

Selecting fuel

Water treatment

Heat exchanger

Computer control

System economics

Power System

Transmission & distribution system

Control of power and frequency

Control of voltage and reactive power

Load flow

Faults

System stability

Over voltage and insulation requirement

Substations and protection

Electrical Power 

Power line

Neutral earthing

Switch gear

Instrument

Protection

Power system

Generator response to system faults

Calculation of fault current

Symmetrical components

Commissioning electrical plant

Power System Technology

Power system fundamental

Modern power system

Power control devices

Operational control system

Power conversion

Specialised testing & measurement devices

Generation , Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power

Voltage transient and line surge

Transmission of electrical energy

Corona

UG Cable

Voltage drop in distribution

Regulation

Line and machine chart

Voltage regulation stability

Fault calculation in line

Electrical Power Distribution in Industry & Transmission (Electrical Distribution Engineering)

Planning & design

Electrical design

Mechanical design (Over head)

Mechanical design (Under ground)

Metering

Conductor inductance & capacitance

Power Transmission and Practical Power Distribution 

Electric power system

Percentage and per unit quantities

Circuit constants

Assemblies of power system components

Power circuit stability

BAE 502 Linear System ( 1 pt )

Controllability of linear control system

 

Finite dimensional linear control system

 

Linear partial differential equations

 

Introduction to intelligent control system with high degrees of autonomy

Overview of field

Control system

System identification

Digital and analog

System metrics

System modelling

Classical control

Transform

Transfer functions

Sampled data system

System delays

Poles and zeros

Modern control

State space equation

Linear system solution

BAE 503 Control System ( 4 pt )

Gain

Block diagram

Feedback control loop

Bode plot

Nichol chart

Stability

Stability

Routh Hurwitz Criterion, Root Locus

Nyquist Criterion

State Space Stability

Controllers & Compensators

Controllability & Observability

System Specifications

Controllers, Compensators

Z -  Transform

Non Linear Control Applications

Application of input/ output linearization

Non linear control for 2 stages PF correction converter

Non linear observer based control allocation

Control Engineering MATLAB

Transfer functions and their responses

Frequency response/ Plotting

Closed loop control

Controller design

 

 

Feedback and Control System

Introduction to linearized dynamic model

Transfer function model of physical systems

Transient performance / S- Plane

Feedback system modelling / Performance

Dynamic compensation of feedback system

PID Control

Application of PID controllers in motor drive system

Applications of Non Linear Control

Introduction

Phase plane method

Process Control

Analog Signal Conditioning

Digital Signal Conditioning

Final Control

Discrete State Control

Controller Principle

Analog Controller

Digital Controller

Control  Loop Characteristics

Numerical Control

Introduction to numerical control machinery

Numerical control system

Programming co-ordinates

Two axis programming

Three axis programming

Maths for numerical control programming

 

BAE 504 Power System Analysis ( 1 pt )

Overview

Real & Reactive power injected bus

Classification of buses

Classification of buses

Preparation of data for load flow

Load flow by Gauss Seidel method

Updating load bus voltage

Updating PV bus voltage

Convergence of the algorithm

Solution of a set of non linear equation by Newton Raphson method

Load flow by Newton Raphson method

Load flow algorithm

Formation of Jacobian matrix

Formation of Jacobian matrix

Solution of Newton Raphson load flow

Load flow results

Load flow results

Load flow programs in MATHLAB

Forming Y bus matrix

Gauss Seidel Load Flow

Solving non linear equation using Newton Raphson method

Newton Raphson load flow

Power System Analysis

Transformer

Transmission line model

Gauss Seidel Algorithm

Newton Raphson Iteration

DC Power Flow Algorithm

Modelling

Transient Stability

Power System Analysis

Power Apps Transient Stability validiation document for single pole open/ close simulation

 (Power flow analysis + FAULT ANALYSIS + Power system dynamics and Stability)

Static Analysis

Introduction

Network model

Active & reactive power flow

Nodal formation of power flow problem

Basic power flow problem

Solution of power flow problems

Fault analysis

Power system dynamics and stability

Synchronous machine model

The swing equation

Power swing in simple system

Oscillation in multi machine system

Voltage stability

Control of reactive power voltage

 

 

 

BAE 505 Power System Optimization ( 1 pt )

Introduction

Power Flow Analysis

Classic Economic Dispatch

Linear programming method

Mathematical model of economic dispatch

Linear programming model

Optimization of power system performance using facts devices

Optimization of dynamical system

Matrix Eigen Value Method

 

BAE 506 Power System Stability  & Protection ( 2 pt)

Transient in RL circuit

Symmetrical fault

Transient in RL circuit

DC Source

AC Source

Faults in AC Circuit

Short circuit in unloaded synchronous generator

Symmetrical faults in power system

Calculation of fault current using Z bus matrix

Circuit breaker selection

Symmetrical components & representation of faulted network

Overview

Overview

Real & reactive power

Real & reactive power

Orthogonal Transformation

Sequence circuit for star load

Sequence circuit for delta load

Sequence circuit for synchronous generator

Sequence circuit for symmetrical transmission line

Sequence circuit for transformer

Star/ Star Connected Transformer

Delta/Delta Connected Transformer

Star/ Delta Connected Transformer

Sequence Network

Un- symmetrical Faults

Introduction

Single line to ground fault

Line to line fault

Two lines to ground fault

Fault current computation using sequence network

Transient Stability

Introduction

 

Power angle relationship

 

Swing equation

 

Equal area criterion

 

Equal area criterion

 

Multi machine stability

 

Oscillation in “ S “ Two areas System

 

Compensation of power transmission

 

Introduction

 

Ideal shunt compensator

 

Improving voltage profile

 

Improving power angle characteristics

 

Improving stability margin

 

Improving damping power oscillations

 

Ideal series compensator

 

Impact of series compensator for voltage profile

 

Improving power angle characteristics

 

Improving power angle characteristics

 

Alternate mode to voltage injection

 

Alternate mode to voltage injection

 

Comparison of two modes of operation

 

Power flow control and power swing damping

 

Power System Protection

Different types of relays and settings

·         Technical feasibility of various options

·         Cost of options

·         Type of transmission AC/DC

·         Number of circuits

·         Conductor type

·         Transmission loss

·         Reactive power support requirements

·         Reliability

·         Quality of power supply

·         Stability aspects of the interconnected system

·         Operational planning

·         Short circuit levels and breaker requirements

·         over voltages and control

·         Insulation coordination at substations

·         Substation arrangements at the end of line, including switching arrangements.

·         Insulation requirements.

·         Protection, monitoring, control and automation requirements

·         Study of harmonics where needed [as in case of HVDC or when a terminating station is close to sources of harmonics]

·         Basic and Detailed engineering related to transmission towers, routes, substations

Philosophy of protective relaying

Fundamental of relaying

Current/ voltage/directional/ differential relay

Distance relaying

Pilot wire relay

Carrier current relay

Voltage transformer

Relay response

Generator protection

Transformer protection

Busbar protection

Line protection

Line protection with distance relay

Line protection with pilot relay

 

Power system stability

Power system stability Guidelines

Power system stability guidelines for determination and report

Direct stability analysis of electric power system using energy functions

Power system stability –New opportunity for control

Typical power quality and harmonic measurement plots

Robust power system stabilizer design using particle swarm optimisation techniques

Harmonic analysis

 

 

Power Quality

Power quality

 

Electrical protection for power system

 

Substation automation

 

Introduction to power quality

Harmonic model of transformer

Substation automation

Modelling analysis of synchronous machines

Life time reduction

 

Power system modelling under non sinusoidal condition

 

Impact of power quality on reliability

 

Role of filters in power system

 

 

BAE 507 Electro-mechanical Energy Conversion ( 2 pt )

Basic semiconductor physics

PN Junction semiconductor

Power switching devices

Electrical rating of switching devices

Cooling

Load/ switch communication

Driving semiconductor & thyristor

Protecting diode / Thyristor/ Transistors

Switching circuit energy recovery

Series , parallel devices operation protection

Naturally commutating converter

AC Voltage Regulator

DC choppers

Power inverters

Switched mode & resonant DC-DC power supplies

Capacitors

Soft magnetic materials

Resistors

Motor Control Electronics

AC Induction motor control

Motor control MCU

Networking for motor control system

DC motor control design

Motor control electronic devices

Power semi conductors

Mechatronics/ Robotics

Robotics Application

Robotic Gears

Interfacing

Robotic Sensors

Communication

BAE 508 Industrial Engineering & Industrial Management ( 1 pt )

Effective management decision making

Chapter (1) Introduction

 

Business Information System

Chapter (1) Defining Information System

Chapter (7) Acquiring Information System

Chapter (8) Developing Information System

Managing Human Resources in 21 Century

Chapter (3) Human resources Management

Management Basics

Chapter (2) The Manager’s Job

Chapter (4) Planning in Organization

Operation Management

Chapter (1) Introduction

Chapter (2) Operation Strategy

Chapter (10) Work System Design

Chapter (11) Project Management

Chapter (12) Inventory Management

 

Quality Management

Chapter (7) Leadership in Quality Management

Chapter (8) Strategic Quality Management

Chapter (15) Implementing Quality Management

Strategic Financial Management

Chapter (1) Finance An Overview

Chapter (2) Capital Budgeting

Chapter (5) Equity Valuation & Cost of Capital

 

Strategic Management

Chapter (2) The Basic of Strategy

Chapter (3) The Levels of formulation of strategy

Chapter (6) External analysis

Chapter (7) Internal analysis

Chapter (10) Strategy implementation

Understanding organization part 1

Chapter (3) Organization structure

Chapter (4) Organization culture

Chapter (5) Managing behaviour

Chapter (6) Effective leadership

Part (2) Competency Units

Mgt 501 Basic Management  & Communication Skills         ( 1 pt)

Textbook – Mgt 501 Management Basics

Chapter (1) Management basics

Chapter (3) Planning

Chapter (5) Organizing

Chapter (6) Organizing the organization

Chapter (7) Leading

Textbook—Mgt501 Management Briefs

Chapter (2) Leadership

Chapter (5) Motivation

BAE 601 Computer Programming ( 3 pt )

Part (1) Overview Knowledge of the subject

Select any of the following textbooks

IT 401 Object Oriented Programming ( 1 pt)

IT 402 Structured Programming ( 1 pt)

IT 403 Visual Basic Programming ( 1 pt)

 

 

BAE 602 Computer Network ( 1 pt )

Computer Network

Peer to peer networking

Client server networking

Network hardware

Network cable

Hub

Wired network

Wireless network card

Firewall

Wiring the network

Wiring the network

Running the network program

Viewing network connection

Network set up on additional computers

Viewing network connection

 

Introduction

 

 

Network model

 

 

Data and signals

 

 

Data and signals

 

 

Data rate limit

 

 

Performance

 

 

Digital transmission

 

 

Digital transmission

 

 

Analog transmission

 

 

Analog transmission

 

 

Bandwidth utilization/ Multiplexing/ Spreading

 

 

Bandwidth utilization/ Multiplexing/ Spreading

 

 

Transmission media

 

 

Error detection & correction

 

 

Error detection and correction

 

Defining needs

Area covered

Organization information requirement

System VS Procedure

Types of systems

What are the systems?

Infrasturcture

Support system

Data mart

Organizational structure

Planning for system development

System design

Security of information system

Risk management

 

BAE 603 Software Engineering ( 2 pt )

Introduction

Software process

Feasibility study

Project management

Documentation, Requirement analysis

Requirement specification

Business/ Legal aspect

Source code management

Formal specification

Object oriented design 1

Object oriented design 2

Object oriented design 3

System Architecture 1

System Architecture 2

System Architecture 3

Design for utility

Performance of computer system

Coding standard/ Tools for designing 1

Dependable system 1 Reliability

Dependable system 2 Validation

Law aspect

Risks in software engineering

Software engineering as engineering

Nano Technology

What is Nano technology?

Motivation for Nano technology

Scaling laws

Nano technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

BAE 604 Telecommunication Engineering ( 2 pt )

Communication fundamental

Information & bandwidth

Amplitude modulation transmission

Amplitude modulation reception

Single side banded communication

Frequency modulation –Transmission

 

Frequency modulation –Reception

 

Communication Techniques

 

Communication Receivers

 

Pulse Modulation

 

Code transmission

 

ISDN

 

Transmission lines

 

Wave propagation

 

Antenna

 

Fibre optics

 

Data Communication

Overview of data communication

Data terminals

Massage and transmission channels

Asynchronous modems and interfaces

Synchronous modem and digital transmission

Protocol and error control

Electronics Telecommunication

RF Transmission

Transmission Lines & Antennas, Video signals

 

BAE 605 Engineering Management ( 5 pt )

Part (1) Overview Knowledge of the subject

Completion of BAE 508 Overview also completes BAE 605 Overview

Part (2) Competency Units

Mgt 502 Operation Management ( 1 pt)

Mgt 503 Production & Operation Management ( 1 pt)

Mgt 504 Project Management ( 1 pt)

Mgt 505 Quality Management and Manufacturing Engineering ( 1 pt)

Mgt 506 Strategic Financial Management ( 1 pt)

Mgt 502 Operation Management ( 1 pt)

Chapter (3) Product design and process selection

Chapter (4) Total quality management

Chapter (7) JIT & Lean System

Chapter (8) Capacity planning

Mgt 503 Production & Operation Management ( 1 pt)

Chapter (6) Planning production

Chapter (7) Managing inventories-Material requirement planning

Chapter (11) Manufacturing

Chapter (13) Dealing with technology and design

Chapter (15) Operation strategy

Mgt 504 Project Management ( 1 pt)

Chapter (1) Project management

Chapter (2) Project organization

Chapter (4) Project plan

Chapter (5) Progress & performance measurement

Chapter (6) Risk management

Chapter (7) Documentation/ Audit/ Closure

Mgt 505 Quality Management and Manufacturing Engineering ( 1 pt)

Chapter (2) Background

Chapter (3) Why quality management

Chapter (5) Standards and models

Chapter (5) Progress & performance measurement

Chapter (8) Strategic quality management

Chapter (7) Documentation/ Audit/ Closure

Mgt 506 Strategic Financial Management ( 1 pt)

Chapter (3) Capital budgeting

Chapter (4) Treatment of uncertainty

Chapter (6) Debt valuation and cost of capital

Chapter (7) Capital gathering & cost of capital

 

BAE 606 Building Service Electrical & Mechanical Engineering ( 2 pt )

Building Construction 1

Making building

Foundations

Wood

Interior finish for wood light frame construction

Wall types

Concrete construction

Air-conditioning & Refrigeration

Controlling the temperature of mass

Electric heat

Humidification

Air-conditioning –Cooling / Comfort

Air-distribution & Balance

Reference Tables

Sanitation & Water Supply

Design of onsite sanitation system

Hydraulic design of sewers

Building Electrical & Mechanical System  Part 1

Climate comfort and design strategies

Thermal control

Designing for heating cooling

Large building HVAC system

Water and basic design

Water supply

Water and waste

Fire protection

Fire protection

Illumination

Lighting design

Signal system

Airconditioning and Refrigeration

Theory of heat

Solar heat

Humidification

Air-conditioning-Cooling

Air-distribution & Balance

Air-conditioning Calculation worksheets

 

BAE 607 Radio Wave Propagation & Microwave Techniques ( 2 pt )

Radio Wave Propagation

Introduction to radio wave propagation

Propagation features/ Overviews

Electromagnetic waves, Prpagation through atmosphere

Antenna

Radio wave propagation fundamentals

Antennas and propagation

Mobile radio propagation

Propagation

Wave propagation

Radio navigation

Wireless communication

Microwave Technique

Microwave antenna and radio wave propagation

Distributed element circuit analysis techniques

Matching networks

Couplers, combiners, dividers

Mixers

Gain and stability

Noise

Electromagnetism and RF Propagation

 

Antenna Fundamental

 

Communication system

 

RF Safety

 

Rain attenuation of microwave and milli-meter wave signals

Design of microwave filters (Vol 1)

Mechanically & magnetically tunable microwave filters

Design of microwave filters (Vol 1)

 

General applications of filter structure in microwave engineering

 

Properties of some common microwave filter elements

 

 

BAE 608 Professional Engineer Competency Demonstration Report

 

BAE421 Building Construction Engineering

l  Basic skills

l  Isomatric drawing

l  Retaining walls & Post footings

l  Stair

l  Doors & Windows

l  Trusses

l  Buildings

l  Collar truss

l  Howe truss

l  Timber

l  Steel

l  Brick masonry

l  Timber

l  Brick-nogging

l  Steel

l  Reinforced concrete

l  Floor plans

l  Foundation plan

l  Cross section

l  Front elevation

l  Back elevation

l  Left side elevation

l  Right elevation

l  Culverts

l  Bridges

l  Buildings

l  Pipe culvert

l  Box culvert

l  Slab culvert

l  Deck and girder bridge

l  Half top plan of culvert

l  Half bottom plan of culvert

l  Cross section of culvert

l  Longitudinal section of culvert

l  Elevation of culvert

l  Mix Design

l  Permissible water cement ratio

 

 

BAE422 Estimating ( 2 pt)

l  Preliminary estimates

l  Detailed estimating

         Culverts

         Bridges

         Buildings

         Roads

l  Analysis of rates

l  Detailed Estimating

l  Buildings

l  Up to plinth level

l  Above plinth level

l  Culverts

l  Bridges

l  Roads

l  Earthworks

l  Analysis of Rates

l  Total workdone

l  Material and labour requirements

l  Estimated cost

l  Actual PAE or CCE or RFT

l  Complete items

l  Quantity

l  Measurements

l  Content calculation

l  Rates

l  Buildings

l  Above plinth level

l  Culverts

l  Analysis of rates

 

BAE423 Fluid Mechanics ( 2 pt)

l  Methods of Application of water

l  Water Logging, Drainage, land reclamation and irrigation management

l  Theoretical Concepts of Boundary Layer,      Surface Roughness, Velocity Distribution

l  Gradually varied flow

l  Scale Model in Hydraulic Engineering

l  Surface irrigation methods

l  Subsurface irrigation methods

l  Sprinkler irrigation

l  Drip or trickle irrigation

l  Flooding Methods

l  Wild or uncontrolled Flooding

l  Controlled Flooding

l  Flooding from field channels

l  Border strip methods

l  Check method

l  Basin method

l  Zig-zag method

l  Furrow Method

l  Contour Farming

 

BAE424 Reinforced Concrete ( 2 pt)

l  Design of Concrete Structures

l  FUNDAMENTALS OF FLEXURAL BOND

l  Source of bond strength

l  Bond Stress Based on Simple  Cracked Section Analysis

l  Actual Distribution of Flexural Bond Stress

l  Development Length

l  Factors influencing Development Length

l  ACI CODE PROVISION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TENSION REINFORCEMENT

l  ANCHORAGE OF TENSION BARS BY HOOKS

l  Development Length and Modification Factors for Hooked Bars

l  ANCHORAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR WEB REINFORCEMENT

l  Special Requirements near the Point of Zero Moment

l  Structural Integrity Provisions

 

BAE425+525  Timber Engineering ( 2 pt )

l  Bending Stress and Deflection of Wood Joists

 

l  Shearing Stress Caused by Stationary Concentrated Load

 

l  Shearing Stress Caused by Moving Concentrated Load

 

l  Strength of Deep Wooden Beams

 

l  Design of a Wood-Plywood Beam

 

l  Determining the Capacity of a Solid Column

 

l  Design of a Solid Wooden Column

 

l  Investigation of a Spaced Column

 

l  Compression on an Oblique Plane

 

l  Design of a Notched Joint

 

l  Allowable Lateral Load on Nails

 

l  Capacity of Lag Screws

 

l  Design of a Bolted splice

 

l  Investigation of a Timber-Connector Joint

BAE521 Road & Bridge ( 2 pt )

l  Hydraulic Design of Bridge

l  The establishment of afflux levels

l  Back water levels

l  Long Contraction

l  Yarnell’s empirical equation

l  The limiting values of σ

l  Skewed bridges

l  Discharge computation

l  Scour depth under the bridge

l  Scour around bridge piers

l  Scour protection works around bridge piers

l  Road bridge

 

 

 

 

 

BAE522 Rock Mechanics ( 2 pt )

+

BAE523 Soil Mechanics ( 2 pt )

l  Soil

l  Soil Mechanics

l  Geotechnical Engineering

l  Subsoil Exploration

l  Testing ( In-situ Tests & Laboratory Tests)

l   SPT, CPT, Vane Shear Test

l   Moisture content

l   Index Properties Tests (LL, PL, SL)

l   Grain Size Distribution Test ( Sieve Analysis & Hydrometer)

l   Specific Gravity

l   Shear Strength Tests ( Tri-axial Compression:, Direct Shear, Unconfined  Compression:)

l   Compaction test, CBR Test

l   Consolidation Test, Permeability Test

BAE 523A Environmental Engineering

         Distribution of water

         Requirement for good distribution system

         METHOD OF DISTRIBUTION

         Gravity System

         Combined gravity and pumping system

         Pumping system

         PRESSURE IN DISTRIBUTION MAINS

         SYSTEM OF WATER SUPPLY

         CONTINUOUS SYSTEM

         INTERMITTENT SYSTEM

         DRAWBACKS OF INTERMITTENT SYSTEM

         DISTRIBUTION RESERVOIR

         CAPACITY OF DISTRIBUTION RESERVOIR

         Mac Donald’s equation

         DETERMINATION OF STORAGE CAPACITY    

         Hydrograph method

         Mass curve method

         HEAD LOSS DUE TO FRICTION

         Darcy Weisbach formula

         Hazen William formula

         Manning’s formula

         Combined Darcy Weisbach and Colebrook White formula

         LAYOUT OF DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

         Dead end system or Tree system

         Grid iron system or Reticular system

         Circular system or ring system

         Radial system

         ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

         Equivalent pipe method

         Hardy cross method

 

BAE621 Structural Engineering ( 3 pt )

l  DESIGN OF A SLAB BRIDGE

l  FOUNDATION SETTLEMENTS

l  Major problems with soil settlement analysis

l  Settlement classification

l  Immediate settlement & consolidation settlement

l  Stresses in soil mass

l  Approximate method (2:1 slope)

l  Boussinesq’s method

l   Westergaard’s method

 

BAE623 Surveying & Traffic Engineering ( 2 pt)

l  Airport Runway Orientation

l  Wind Rose Diagram

l  Highway Pavement Performance

l  Traffic

l  Roadbed Soils (Sub grade Material)

l  Materials of Construction

l  Environment

l  Drainage

l  Reliability

l  Transportation Engineering

l  Transportation Planning

l  Urban Transportation Planning

l  Urban Transportation Planning Process

l  Coding and Zoning

l  Inventory Studies

l  Travel Studies

l  Forecasts for the Horizontal Year

l  Trip General Analysis

l  Trip Distribution Analysis

l  Modal Split Analysis

l  Network Assignment Analysis

l  Evaluation

 

BAE624 Water Supply , Sanitation & Finishing ( 2 pt )

l  Water Quality

l  Dissolved Oxygen

l  BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand)

l  COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand)

l  Water Sampling

l  Requirements for good  Sampling Procedure

BAE622 Architecture ( 3 pt )

Refer any architecture text book , study & prepare the report on practical application problem given by the tutor.

BAE511 Air-conditioning & Refrigeration

l  Heat transfer by Conduction

l  Convection

l  Radition

l  Thermal Conductivity, k

l  Boundary and Initial Conditions

l  Properties  and  state

l  The System

l  Internal energy (U)

l  Enthalpy (H)

l  Work (W)

l  Heat (Q)

l  Specific Head Capacity (c)

l  Heat Engine

l  The characteristic equation of a perfect gas

l  Expansion processes

l  Adiabatic process

l  Isothermal Process

BAE613 Mechanical Instrumentation Process

l  Problem-solving Methodology

l  Matlab Environment

l  Initializing Variables

l  Data Format

l  Printing Matrices

l  Useful Commands and Functions

l  Fundamental Engineering Computations

l  Two-Dimensional Arrays and Matrices

l  Variational Method

l  Collational Method

l  Subdomain Method

l  Galerkin’s Method

l  Least Square Method

BAE614 Machine Design

          Balancing

          Forces

          Cam Profile

          Resultant Effects of Engine

          Arrangement to balance the primary moment (C.W)

          V-Engine Mechanism

          FORCES IN ENGINE

          Inertia Forces and D’Alembert’s Principle

BAE512 Building Service Water Supply System

         Pressure loss in duct

         Pressure loss in duct by loss coefficient method

         Pressure loss in duct by  Equivalent Length Method

         To find the duct size by Equal Friction Method

         To find the duct size by Balance Capacity Method

         Design the duct system

 

BAE311 Plant Engineering (2 pt)

          Three Degree of freedom
(a)   Newton’s method
(b)  Mechanical Impedance method
(c)  Influence coefficients
(d)  Matrix method
(e)  Holzer method
(f)   Matrix Iteration method

 

          INTRODUCTION TO CONTROL  SYSTEM

 

          DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

                                      

          LINEARIZATION OF A NON-LINEAR FUNCTION

 

          MODELLING OF CONTROL SYSTEMS

 

          FREQUENCY RESPONSE METHODS

 

          Stability

BAE312 Design Engineering (2 pt)

 

This unit is the same as

 

BAE621 Structural Engineering ( 3 pt )

 

 

BAE313 Environmental Control (2 pt)

 

This unit is the same as

 

BAE 523A Environmental Engineering

 

 

BAE314 Mechanical Power Generation (2 pt)

 

          PLC Basics

          PLC Structure

          PLC in Comparison with Other Control Systems

          PLC’s CPU

          PLC’s Memory

          PLC in Comparison with Other Control Systems

          PLC’s CPU

          PLC’s Memory

          Programming Devices

          Programming Languages

          Instruction Set

          Typical Combinations of Languages

          Basic Symbols

          Elementary Logic Circuit

          PLC’s Functions

          Industrial Programming

          PLC PRACTICE

          Selection of PLC

          Types of I/O & Capacity Needed

 

          Control System Basic

          Sequence Control

          Automatic Control

          Terms of Sequence Control

          Basic Knowledge on Contacts

 

          INDUSTRIAL MACHINE CONTROLS

 

 

BAE315 Materials Engineering (2 pt)

          Load,  Stress and  Strain, Hook’s law ,

          Principal of Superposition 

          Tensile Test , Factor of Safety

          Strain Energy,   Resilience

          Impact Loads

          Varying Cross-section and Loads

          Strain Energy , Resilience

          Compound Bars

          Temperature Stresses

Elective (2 pt)

 

Subjects

BAE513 Production Technology

BAE611 Maintenance Engineering

BAE612 Engineering Metallurgy

Refer any text book , study & prepare the report on practical application problem given by the tutor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bachelor of Applied Science (Information Technology)

Year 1+2  Refer Diploma & Advanced Diploma in Information Technology Detailed Contents

Bachelor of Applied Science (Computer Science & Computer Technology)

Year (3)

Unit

Topics

 

Reference

Points

ICT 301

General Electrical Knowledge

EE101

3

ICT 302

Digital Electronics

EE209/H012

3

ICT 303

Amplifier

EE208/H013

3

ICT 304

Material Science

E081

3

EE204

Physics

E046

3

EE201

Mathematics 1

E050

3

EE202

Mathematics 2

E026

3

EE306

Basic Control

I008

3

BAE605

Management

 

3

BAE408

Analog & Digital Electronics

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

30

 

 

 

 

 

Year (4)

Unit

Topics

 

Reference

Points

ICT 401

Advanced Mathematics 1

BAE401

3

ICT 402

Advanced Mathematics 2

BAE402

3

BAE604

Telecommunication System

 

3

BAE508

Project Management

 

3

ICT 305

Professional Programming (1) C++

 

3

ICT 403

Professional Programming (2) Object Oriented

 

3

ICT 404

Professional Programming (3) Java

 

3

ICT 405

Professional Practice (1) Network

 

3

ICT 406

Professional Practice (2) Website

 

3

ICT 407

Artificial Intelligence

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

30

 

 

 

 

 

Refer Diploma & Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering Detailed Contents

 

 

 

 

ICT 305 Professional Programming (1) C++

ICT 403 Professional Programming (2) Object Oriented

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ICT 404 Professional Programming (3) Java

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ICT 405 Professional Practice (1) Network

This competency standard unit covers develop services for network clients for emails, internet access, shared resources and the like. It encompasses safe working practices, installing and configuring Domain Name Server (DNS), email servers, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), remote access servers, Network Address Translation (NAT), directory services, Authentication Servers and documenting development activities.

Essential knowledge and associated skills

This describes the essential skills and knowledge and their level, required for this unit.

Evidence shall show that knowledge has been acquired of safe working practices and developing network services.

The extent of the essential knowledge and skills required is given Volume 2 Part 2, Clauses

·           Network infrastructure

Evidence shall show an understanding of network infrastructure to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

a.         Domain Name Service (DNS) encompassing

·           DNS Server Service

·           Root name server

·           Configuring zones

a.         Note: Examples include configuring for dynamic updates and delegating zone for DNS

·           Caching – only server

·           DNS client

·           Testing DNS Server service

·           Manually creating DNS source

·           Managing and monitoring DNS

b.        Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

·           Installation of DHCP Server Service

·           DHCP scopes, superscopes and multicast scopes

·           DHCP – DNS integration

·           Active DirectoryTM

·           Managing and monitoring DHCP

c.         Network Infrastructure encompassing

·           Configuring and troubleshooting remote access

a.         Note: Examples include remote access policy, configuration of remote access profile, Virtual Private Network (VPN), multi link connection, routing and remote access for DHCP

·           Managing and monitoring remote access

·           Remote access security

·           Note. Examples include authentication protocols, encryption protocols and access policy

d.        Network Protocols encompassing

·           Installation, configuration and troubleshooting of network protocols

a.         Note: Examples include Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), NWLink and network bindings

·           Configure TCP/IP packets

·           Configuring and troubleshooting network protocol security and IP Security (IPSec

·           Managing and monitoring network traffic

e.        Internet Naming Services in a network encompassing

·           Installation, configuring and troubleshooting

·           Configuring Internet Naming Services replication

·           Configuring an application networking interface

·           Managing and monitoring Internet Naming Services

f.          IP Routing encompassing

·           Installation, configuring and troubleshooting of IP routing protocols

a.         Note: This includes updating routing tables, and implementing demand-dial routing

·           Managing and monitoring IP routing

a.         Note: This includes border routing, internal routing and IP routing protocols

g.         Network Address Translation (NAT) encompassing

·           Installing Internet connection sharing

·           Installing NAT

·           Configure NAT properties and interfaces

h.        Certificate Services encompassing

·           Installing and configuring Certificate Authority

·           Issuing and revoking certificates

·           Removing the Encrypted File System recovery keys

 

·           Directory services

Evidence shall show an understanding of directory services to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

a.         Installing and configuring directory services encompassing

·           Installing forests, trees and domains including automatic domain controller

·           Creating sites, subnets, site links and connection objects

·           Configuring server objects including site membership and global catalogue designation

·           Transferring of operations master roles

·           Verification and troubleshooting of directory services installation

·           Implementation of and organisational unit structure

b.        Domain Name Service (DNS) for directory services encompassing

·           Installation and configuration of DNS for directory services

a.         Note: Examples are integration with existing DNS infrastructure, configuration of zones for dynamic and secure dynamic updates and creation and configuration of DNS records

·           Management, monitoring and troubleshooting of DNS

c.         Change and Configuration Management encompassing

·           Implementing and troubleshooting Group Policy

a.         Note: Examples are Group Policy Object (GPO), linking to an existing GPO, delegation of administrative control of Group Policy, filtering of Group Policy settings by using security groups and modification of Group Policy prioritisation

·           Managing and troubleshooting user environments using Group Policy

·           Configuring directory services to support Remote Installation Services (RIS) including configuration of RIS options and security.

d.        Components of a directory service infrastructure encompassing

·           Management of directory objects

a.         Note: Examples are moving objects, publishing resources in the directory service infrastructure, location of objects in the directory service infrastructure, creation and management of objects manually and by scripting, access control of objects and delegation of administrative control

·           Monitoring, optimisation and troubleshooting of the directory services infrastructure performance and replication

·           Backup and restoring directory services infrastructure

a.         Note: Examples are authoritative and non authoritative restoration of directory services, restoration from systems failure and the seizing of operations master roles

e.        Security encompassing

·           Applying security policies using Group Policy

·           Creating, analysing and security modification by using Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in and the Security Templates snap-in

·           Implementation of an audit policy

f.          Monitoring and analysing security events

 

Multi-layer switched networks

 

Evidence shall show an understanding of multi-layer switched networks to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

a) Campus network design encompassing:

o core layer

o distribution layer

o access layer

o selection of appropriate devices

o defining workgroups

 

b) Managing Redundant Links encompassing:

o Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

o Controlling STP in redundant environments

o STP in Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) environments

o Configuring redundant routing protocols for a fault-tolerant routing

 

Note. An example is Hot Standby routing protocol (HSRP)

c) Fast layer 2 services encompassing:

o Fast Ethernet

o Trunking

o Fast Ether channels

o Gigabit services

 

d) Inter VLAN Routing encompassing:

o Hardware vs. Software switching

o Overview of fast switching technologies

o Elements of a multi-layer switch

o Configuring multi-layer switches

 

e) Multicast encompassing:

o Multi-cast group management

o Configuring multi-cast control at layer 2

o Configuring multi-cast control at layer 3

 

f) Controlling Access to the Campus Network

g) Managing Network Traffic

 

ICT 406 Professional Practice (2) Website

This unit covers installation, set up, implementation and provision of on-going support of web services. It encompasses working safely, installing and administering server software and databases, server side scripting, configuring access and security and documenting work activities.

 

Development, implementation and testing HTML pages with at least four of the following features:

 

 

Relative and absolute links, images and table formatting

Cascaded styles sheets

Forms

New browser windows

Validation of form data

 

Development, implementation and testing of server scripting for database access with at least four of the following features:

 

Form data input response

Form data processing

Database access

Output of database table contents

Insertion of table data to database

 

 

Installation and administration of key features of Web and Web application servers

 

 

 

Programming elements

 

Evidence shall show an understanding of the programming elements to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

 

a) Algorithm Design encompassing:

o Problem Definition

o Steps in Problem-Solving

o Modular Design

o Top-Down Design

o Flow-Charts and Structured Programming

o Pseudo-Code

o Filtering allowable Data Input

o Using standard Input & Output methods

o Object-Oriented Design (brief intro.)

o Documentation Rationale

o Acceptable Documentation Method

 

b) Machine-Code, Assemblers and Compilers

c) Brief History of Languages & Limitations

d) Parameters of different programming languages encompassing:

o Constants and variables

o Data types and declarations

o Logical flow control

o Detecting breaches of structure

o Documentation instruction examples

o Procedures and function calls

o Parameter-passing

o Local and global variables

o Object-oriented methods

o Classes and objects,

o encapsulation and inheritance.

o Visual programming methods

o General-purpose program libraries

 

 

e) Data structures encompassing:

o Records

o Arrays

o File Input/output

 

f) Testing and validation encompassing:

o Sequencing the process

o Inconsistencies detection

 

Note, An examples is comparing code to documentation, commonly called ―Desk-Checking'.

o Test data selection

o Modular testing & debug

o Problems with using

 

 

 

 

 

Client side programming

 

Evidence shall show an understanding of client side programming them to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

 

a) Client server architecture

b) Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) encompassing:

o Forms

o Table

o Cascading style sheets

 

c) Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) scripting encompassing:

o Exposed object model

o Events and event handling

o Objects methods, properties, events

o Window, document, form, and form elements

o String object, methods, properties

o Form field validation

 

Note: Examples of scripting language are JavaScript and Visual Basic (VB) Script

d) Extendable Markup Language (XML) encompassing:

o Syntax

o Structure (well formed XML)

o Schemas

o Transformations

o Parsing Document Object Model (DOM) and Simple API (SAX)

o Scripting to Document Object Model (DOM)

 

e) Extendible Stylesheet Language (XSL) generating HTML from XML

f) Wireless thin client programming

Note. Examples include Java2 Micro Edition (JEME), Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP), Windows CE and Palm OS

g) Consideration for system architecture

h) Configurations and profile overview

 

 

 

 

Server scripting

Evidence shall show an understanding of server scripting the to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

a) Client server architecture

b) Web and Application Servers

c) Server scripting languages e.g. JSP, ASP, PHP, Perl

d) Server script Tags

e) Integrating script with HTML

f) Server script object model

g) Request, Response, Session, Application

h) Using server objects

i) Server components

j) Using components in server scripts

k) Scope of server components e.g. session, page, application

l) Component get / set methods

m) Deploying server components

n) Advanced server scripting concepts

 

Database access

 

Evidence shall show an understanding of database access to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

a) Relational Databases encompassing:

o Tables, keys, design rules and normalisation

o Database management utilities

 

Note. Example include MSSQL, MYSQL and Access

b) Structural query language (SQL) queries encompassing:

o Select, insert, update and delete processes

o Application of conditionals ‗where‘, ‗distinct‘ and ‗like‘

o Create and dropping tables

 

c) Data Base connectivity components encompassing:

o Drivers, data sources

o Database connectivity component loading

o Query connection and execution

o ResultSets / RecordSets

o Rows, columns, cursors, concurrency, pooling

o Iterating through ResultSets / RecordSets

 

Note. Example include ODBC, JDBC, ADO

 

 

 

Web applications and services

Evidence shall show an understanding of web servers to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

a) Comparison of HTTP servers and platforms

Note. Examples include IIS and Apache

b) Comparison of Application servers and platforms

Note. Examples include J2EE / tomcat, .NET

c) HTTP Servers encompassing:

o Installation requirements and methods

o Security configuration

o Content publishing and security

 

d) WEB application technologies encompassing:

o Server installation and deployment

o Security

 

e) Server scripting technologies encompassing:

o WEB application installation and deployment

o Application server administration

 

f) Web services overview encompassing:

o WEB services XML, API, RPC

o XML API processing

o XML DOM

o SOAP (simple object access protocol)

o WEB Services Security

 

 

 

ICT 407 Artificial Intelligence

Bachelor of Business

Year 1Refer Diploma in Management Detailed Contents

Year 2  Refer Diploma & Advanced Diploma in Information Technology Detailed Contents

YEAR (3)

Bachelor of Business (E-Business & Management)

The learning system will be based on self study. Read the given references study materials and prepare the project work. You need to read the books in English.

 

 

The following units common to MBA course are to be studied.

 

Mgt 301     Electronics Business

 

Mgt 302     Information Security

 

Mgt 303     Management Information System

 

Mgt 304     Electronics Commerce

 

Mgt 305     Quantitative Methods for Management

 

Mgt 306     Human Resources Management

 

Mgt 307     Marketing Management

 

Mgt 308     Artificial Intelligence

 

To assess Level 3,  you need to write the report of  10 pages each on what you have learnt in the unit.

 

YEAR (4)

Mgt 401    Management Project

Mgt 402    Electronics Business Project

 

 

 

 

Mgt 301     Electronics Business

 

l  Project Objective

l  Business Capabilities

l  Benefits

l  Deliverables & Dependencies

l  Costs

l  Financial Appraisal

l  Timescales & Milestones

l  Success Criteria

l  Risks

l  the impacts of electronic commerce

l  drivers and inhibitors of electronic commerce from the perspective of the CEOs

l  the impacts of Electronic Commerce on the Industry Supply Chain

l  Electronic Commerce Maturity Model

 

 

Mgt 302     Information Security

 

 

Fundamentals of network security

Evidence shall show an understanding of fundamentals of network security to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

a) Network Security fundamentals

b) Securing Perimeter Routers

c) Access Control Lists (ACLs)

d) Router Authentication, Authorisation and Accounting (AAA) Security

e) Intrusion Detection

f) Internet Protocol (IP) Security

g) Virtual Private Network (VPN)

h) Firewalls

i) Translations and Connections

j) Access Control Lists for Firewalls

k) AAA and Firewalls

l) Intrusion

m) Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)

n) Firewall Failover and System Maintenance

o) Firewall VPN‘s

p) Firewall Device Management

 

q  Introduction of Computer Networks and Internet :

v  Overview of the Internet, client/server program, circuit switching, packet switching, physical media, queuing delay and packet loss, TCP/IP Service models, Internet Protocol Stack (Layers)

q  Application Layer :

v  Service requirements, WWW, HTTP, FTP, Electronic Mail, Domain Name System, Socket programming

 

q  Transport Layer

v  Service models, Multiplexing/Demultiplexing, Connection-less transport (UDP), Principles of reliable data transfer, Connection-oriented transport (TCP), TCP congestion control

q  Network Layer :