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مشاهدة النسخة كاملة : لاهنتم اوريد معرفة طبيعة المواد التاليه


حسن علي
09-01-2011, 04:05 AM
السلام عليكم


كل عام وانتم بخير


لاهنتم اوريد معرفة طبيعة المواد هذه

Metallurgy

Machine Elements

Electrical and Electronic Principles


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Jasium
09-01-2011, 05:07 AM
وعليكم السلام

وانت بخير


الشرح بالانجليزي, طبعا انت اخذت Intodution of Engineering Materials يعني جميع المصطلحات تعرفها
وإذا تحتاج مساعدة فالترجمة خبرنا



MME 201: Metallurgy


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course deals with science of metals. It covers crystalline structure of metals, equilibrium phase diagram, iron-carbon phase diagram, heat treatment processes, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, extraction of iron from ore and steel making processes.


COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1. To learn crystalline structure of metals and imperfection in crystals.
2. To understand deformation process in metals.
3. To learn the major types of equilibrium diagram.
4. To understand iron-carbon phase diagram and heat treatment processes.
5. To know ferrous metals, types of steels and cast iron, their properties and uses.
6. To know common non-ferrous metals, their alloys, properties and uses.
7. To understand the technology of iron and steel making processes.




COURSE CONTENTS/SYLLABUS:


1.

Crystalline Structure of Metals
Atoms; crystal structure; unit cell; space lattice; crystallographic planes; miller indices; imperfections in crystal; grain boundary, grain size.

2.
Deformation of Metals

Elastic and plastic deformation; slip; twinning; ductile and brittle fracture; effect of grain size on mechanical properties.

3.
Equilibrium Phase Diagram

Crystallization of pure metals; types of solid solutions; equilibrium phase diagram and their classification.

4.
Heat Treatment

Iron-carbon phase diagram; constituents of iron and steel; micro-structure; TTT diagram; heat treatment processes, annealing, normalizing, hardening, tempering and surface hardening.

5.

Ferrous Metals

Iron ore; extraction of iron ; classification of cast iron; steel making processes ; classification of steel; composition properties and uses of cast iron, plain carbon steel and alloy steel.

6.


Non-ferrous Metals


Physical and mechanical properties and uses of aluminum, copper, magnesium, nickel, zinc, lead and their alloys.





GRADING SCHEME:


Theory - 50%:

Quizzes (10), Mid-term Examination (15), Final Examination (25)

Practical - 50%:

Lab Work (15), Mid-term Examination (15), Final Examination (20)

Jasium
09-01-2011, 05:11 AM
MME 204 : Machine Elements


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course deals with designing machine elements by analysis of forces. Extensive use is made of design data book on empirical rules, engineering materials and material properties. It covers fasteners of various types, power screws, shafts, shaft couplings, bearings, etc.


COURSE OBJECTIVES:


1. Familiarise with the use of machine design data book in solving design problems.
2. Introduce factor of safety in calculating working stresses in machine elements.
3. Design various types of joints and fasteners.
4. Design power screws, shafts and shaft-couplings, bearings.

COURSE CONTENTS:


1.
Riveted Joints
Materials for rivets; types of rivet heads; types of riveted joints; terms used in riveted joints; failures of riveted joints; strength of riveted joints; efficiency of riveted joints; design of boiler joints, recommended joints for pressure vessels; riveted joints for structural use(Lozenge joint).


2.
Welded Joints
Strength of different fillet welded joints; strength of butt joints; stresses in welded joints; stress concentration factor for welded joints; axially loaded unsymmetrical welded sections; eccentrically loaded welded joints.


3.
Threaded Fasteners
Standard dimensions of screw threads; stresses in threaded fasteners due to static loading; design of cylinder covers; bolted joints under eccentric loading.


4.
Power Screws
Types of power screws; torque required to raise and lower the load by square threaded screws, efficiency of square threaded screws; efficiency of self locking screws; design of screw jack, toggle jack, C-clamp.
5.
Shafts
Materials used for shafts; types of shafts; standard sizes for transmission shafts; stresses in shafts; maximum permissible working stresses for shafts; design of shafts, shafts subjected to twisting moment, shafts subjected to bending moment, shafts subjected to combined twisting moment and bending moment, shafts subjected to axial load in addition to combined torsion and bending loads; design of shafts on the basis of rigidity.


6.
Shaft Couplings
Design of muff coupling; design of clamp coupling; design of flange coupling; design of flexible coupling; design of universal coupling.


7.
Bearings
Design procedure for journal bearing; solid journal bearing; bushed bearing; plummer block; thrust bearing; rolling contact bearings; types, bearing series, bearing life, load capacity, selection of bearings.




GRADING SCHEME:


Theory - 50%:
Quizzes (10), Mid-term Examination (15), Final Examination (25)

Practical - 50%:

Lab Work (15), Mid-term Examination (15), Final Examination (20)

M4r74bi
09-01-2011, 05:13 AM
جاسم اعطاك بالانجليزي , عاد دبر حالك :jic68:

Jasium
09-01-2011, 05:13 AM
EEE 217: Electrical and Electronic Principles

This course introduces students from MAET and ITSS majors to basic electrical concepts such as DC and AC signals, electrical components, simple electrical circuits, electrical measuring instruments, and semiconductor devices. Also it familiarizes students with the basic operation of some integrated circuits (IC’s

حسن علي
09-01-2011, 08:03 AM
يعطيك العافيه جاسم ماقصرت

لكن المواد صعبه ولا سهله

الوعد الصادق
09-01-2011, 10:01 AM
اممم

والله ماعندي علم فيهم انا تخصصي صيانهـ

ان شاء الله احد الاخوان يقدر يفيدك اكثر مني

ومافي شي صعب اخوي اذا جديت واجتهدت:jic40: