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Syllabus
Mechanical EngineeringMechatronics (B.Sc.)

School of Science and Engineering B.Sc. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

General Mathematics 1
Contents:
1. Preliminaries 2. Limits and Continuity 3. Differentiation 4. Application of Derivatives 5. Integration 6. Application of Definite Integrals 7. Transcendental Functions 8. Techniques of Integration 9. Further Applications of Integration 10. Conic Sections and Polar Coordinates 11. Infinite Sequences and Series

(Course Code: 50015)

Prerequisite(s): Duration:
1 Semester

Contact Hours and Credit Point(s):
68 Hours, 4 Credits

Textbook(s) and Reference(s):
1. Thomas’ Calculus (Ed.11)\ M.D. Weir, J. Hass, F.R. Giordano\ Pearson Education, Inc. 2005 2. The Calculus with Analytic Geometry (Ed.5)\ Louis Leithold\ Hopper and Row Publishers, N.Y. 3. Calculus with Analytic Geometry\ R.A. Silverman\ Prentice-Hall Inc

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General Mathematics 2
Contents:
1. Vectors and the Geometry of Space 2. Vector-Valued Functions and Motion in Space 3. Partial Derivatives 4. Multiple Integrals 5. Integration in Vector Fields

(Course Code: 50016)

Prerequisite(s):
General Mathematics 1

Duration:
1 Semester

Contact Hours and Credit Point(s):
68 Hours, 4 Credits

Textbook(s) and Reference(s):
1. Thomas’ Calculus (Ed.11)\ M.D. Weir, J. Hass, F.R. Giordano\ Pearson Education, Inc. 2005 2. The Calculus with Analytic Geometry (Ed.5)\ Louis Leithold\ Hopper and Row Publishers, N.Y. 3. Calculus with Analytic Geometry\ R.A. Silverman\ Prentice-Hall Inc

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Differential Equations (Course Code: 50034)
Contents:
1. Introduction 2. First Order Differential Equations 3. Second Order Linear Equations 4. Higher Order Linear Equations 5. Series Solutions of Second Order Linear Equations 6. The Laplace Transform 7. Systems of First Order Linear Equations

Prerequisite(s):
General Mathematics 2

Duration:
1 Semester

Contact Hours and Credit Point(s):
51 Hours, 3 Credits

Textbook(s) and Reference(s):
1. Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems (Ed.3)\ W.E. Boyce \ John Wiley & Sons, Inc 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (Ed.9)\ Erwin Kreyszig\ John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2006

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Physics 1 (Course Code: 50011)
Contents:
1. Measurement 2. Motion along a Straight Line 3. Vectors 4. Motion in Two and Three Dimensions 5. Force and Motion-1 6. Force and Motion-2 7. Kinetic Energy and Work 8. Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy 9. Center of Mass and Linear Momentum

Prerequisite(s): Duration:
1 Semester

Contact Hours and Credit Point(s):
51 Hours, 3 Credits

Textbook(s) and Reference(s):
1. Fundamentals of Physics\ D. Halliday, R. Resnick\ John Wiley & Sons, Inc

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Electric Potential 5. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Physics 2 (Course Code: 50012) Contents: 1. Gauss’ Law 4. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Resnick\ John Wiley & Sons. Magnetic Fields Due to Currents Prerequisite(s): Physics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Current and Resistance 7. Halliday. R. Electric Charge 2.School of Science and Engineering B. Inc 6 . Circuits 8. Fundamentals of Physics\ D. Electric Fields 3.Sc. Capacitance 6. Magnetic Fields 9.

Measurement 2. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.School of Science and Engineering B. Hook’s Law 3. Force Table 4. Gyroscope and Stability Apparatus 6. Friction Force 5. Physics 1 reference(s) 7 . Atwood’s Machine 8. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Physics 1 Lab (Course Code: 50013) Contents: 1. Angular Momentum and Moment of Inertia Apparatus Prerequisite(s): Physics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. Physics 1 Lab Booklet 2.Sc. Simple and Compound Pendulum 7.

1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Drawing hysteresis curve Prerequisite(s): Physics 2 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Physics 2 Lab (Course Code: 50014) Contents: 1. triploid lamps.School of Science and Engineering B. Resistance measurement 7. Bridged T circuit 8. Diodes and Transistors 4. Wheatstone bridge 9. Capacity of the capacitors measurement 5.Sc. Kelvin Bridge 10. Oscilloscope identification 2. Impedance measurement (RL-RC) 6. Drawing characteristic curve of bipolar. Physics 2 reference(s) 8 . Physics 2 Lab Booklet 2. voltmeter. Galvanometer identification and Conversion to ammeter. wattmeter 3.

Thermochemistry: Energy Flow and Chemical Change 7.Sc. The Components of Matter 3. Principles of General Chemistry\ Martin S. Keys to the Study of Chemistry 2.School of Science and Engineering B. Gases and the Kinetic-Molecular Theory 6. Models of Chemical Bonding Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. The Major Classes of Chemical Reactions 5. Silberberg \ McGraw-Hill 9 . Stoichiometry of Formulas and Equations 4. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure 8. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Chemistry (Course Code: 50019) Contents: 1. Electron Configuration and Chemical Periodicity 9.

Iteration Statements. scanf ( ). Block Statements) 4. Expressions (The Basic Data Types. Functions 7. Selection Statements. Console I/O (Reading and Writing Characters. Identifier Names. Suppressing Input) Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Modifying the Basic Types. Pointers 6. Type Qualifiers. Operators. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Expression Statements. The Complete Reference C (Ed. Jump Statements. printf ( ).4)\ Herbert Schildt\ McGraw-Hill 10 .Sc. Storage Class Specifiers. Expressions) 3. Statements (True and False in C. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intro Programming Contents: 1. An Overview of C (C Language) (Course Code: 52153) 2. Arrays and Strings 5. the Four C Scopes. Variable Initializations. Variables. Constants.School of Science and Engineering B.

Applied Numerical Analysis (Ed. 2004 11 .School of Science and Engineering B. P.7)\ C. Gerald. Interpolation and Curve Fitting 5. Wheatley\ Pearson Education. Preliminaries 2.O. Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations Prerequisite(s): Intro Programming Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. Inc.Sc. Solving Sets of Equations 4. Approximation of Functions 6.F. Solving Nonlinear Equations 3. 2 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Numerical Differentiation and Integration (Course Code: 50071) 7. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Numerical Computation Contents: 1.

Sc. Smith\ McGraw-Hill 12 . JR. Budinski. Corrosion and Degradation of Materials 12. The Structure of Crystalline Solids 3.School of Science and Engineering B. Electrical Properties 13. Dislocations and Strengthening Mechanisms 7. Inc 2007 2. Diffusion 5. Budinski\ Prentice-Hall. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.F. Failure 8. an Introduction (Ed. Phase Transformations in Metals 10. Introduction and Atomic Structure and Interatomic Bonding 2. Phase Diagrams 9. Composites 11. Inc. Engineering Materials. M.\ John Wiley & Sons. Principles of Materials Science and Engineering (Ed.7)\ W.7)\ K. 2002 3. Thermal Properties Prerequisite(s): General Chemistry 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Callister. Materials Science and Engineering. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Materials Science (Course Code: 58861) Contents: 1. Mechanical Properties of Metals 6.K.D. Imperfections in Solids 4. Properties and selection (Ed.3)\ W.G.

H. Inc 2006 2. Engineering Mechanics Statics (Ed.G. L.School of Science and Engineering B.6)\ J. 1996 13 . Inc. Meriam.Sc.L. Shames\ Prentice-Hall. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Force Systems 3. Physics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours.4)\ I. Structures 5. Equilibrium 4. Introduction to Statics 2. Kraige\ John Wiley & Sons. Friction 7. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Statics (Course Code: 58261) Contents: 1. Engineering Mechanics Statics (Ed. Virtual Work and Energy method Prerequisite(s): General Mathematics 1. Distributed Forces 6.

Engineering Geometry 4. Introduction 2.Sc.11)\ W. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Engineering Graphics 1 (Course Code: 50311) Contents: 1. Developments and Intersections 11. Spatial Geometry for Design and Analysis 10.School of Science and Engineering B.and Three-Dimensional 5. Pictorial Presentation 12. Sectional Views 8. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing (Ed. 2 Credits: Theoretical (17 Hours. Auxiliary Views 9. Luzadder\ McGraw-Hill 14 . 1 Credit) Textbook and Reading Material: 1. Representation of Space Relationships: Two. 1 Credit) and Practical (51 Hours. Drawing Instruments 3. Multiview Representation for Design and Product Development 6. Freehand Sketching for Visualization and Communication 7.J. Design Process and Graphics Prerequisites: Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 68 Hours.

MText Prerequisite(s): Engineering Graphics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. Layout 29.Sc. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Creating. Creating Offset Objects 19. Opening. and Switching Documents 10. Creating Mirror Objects 17. Auto CAD tutorial(s) 15 . Hatch 27. AutoCAD Environment 3. Save the Drawing 9. Zoom 7. Draw a Line 4. Pan 8. Rotating Objects 18. Match Properties 28. Extending Objects 21. Undo Last Command 5. Line Type 14. Fillet 22. Dimensioning 24. Erasing Objects 11. Drafting Settings 13. Trimming Objects 20. Copying the Objects 16. Moving the Objects 15.School of Science and Engineering B. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CAD Lab (Course Code: 58001) Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Closing. Layer 25. Chamfer 23. Redo Last Undo 6. Draw a Circle 12. Array 26. CAD Lab Booklet 2. Multiple Views 30.

S.R. Introductory Network Theory\ G. Transients – RC and RL circuits 6. 1991 5. Chua. Thevenin and Norton Theorem. N. E. Ohm’s Law. Inductances and Capacitance 5. Hambley\ Prentice-Hall. Inc 2.Sc. Desoer.A. Huelsman\ Prentice-Hall. Mesh and Nodal Analysis in DC Networks 3. Kuh\ McGraw-Hill 4. Bose. C. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Kuh\ McGraw-Hill 3. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Electrical Circuits Contents: (Course Code: 52121) 1. Ideal Op Amp. Kirchoff’s Laws 2. Source Transformation. Linear and Nonlinear Circuits\ L. Inverting and Non-Inverting Prerequisite(s): Physics 2 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Electrical Engineering. Superposition in DC Networks 4.3)\ L.P. Basic Circuit theory (Ed. Steady-State Sinusoidal Analysis 7. Basic Circuit Theory\ C.A.School of Science and Engineering B. Basic Laws.S. Desoer. E. Principles and Applications\ A. Stevens\ McGraw-Hill 16 . Circuits Theorem. Inc.

current and power transmission 7. The study of R-C circuit and measurement of phase difference. Introduction (ohmmeter. Estimation and measurement of internal resistance. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Electrical Circuits Lab Booklet 2.School of Science and Engineering B. The study of Ohm's Law 3. The study of KVL and KCL laws 4. The study of filters Prerequisite(s): Electrical Circuits Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. ammeter. The study of Law of Superposition 5. resistors and color codes) 2. Working with oscilloscope and signal generator 9. The study of Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem 6. voltmeter. Electrical Circuits reference(s) 17 . feeder line source 8. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Electrical Circuits Lab (Course Code: 52106) Contents: 1. voltage and capacitor current 10. The study of maximum voltage.Sc.

Analysis and Design of Beams for Bending 6.R.4)\ F. Johnston. Shearing Stresses in Beams and Thin-Walled Members 7.School of Science and Engineering B.T. JR. Beer. Transformation of Stress and Strain 8. Principal Stresses under a Given Loading 9. J. Introduction-Concept of Stress 2.2)\ E. Stress and Strain-Axial Loading 3.. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Strength of Materials 1 (Course Code: 58262) Contents: 1. E. Torsion 4. DeWolf\ McGrawHill 2006 2. Deflection of Beams Prerequisite(s): Statics Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours.P. Popov998 18 . Pure Bending 5. Engineering Mechanics of Solids (Ed. Mechanics of Materials (Ed. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.Sc.P.

Strength of Materials Lab Booklet 3. Plastic torsion test 6. Hardness test 3. Mechanical Metallurgy (Ed. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Eccentric loading Prerequisite(s): Strength of Materials 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours.Sc. Strength of Materials 1 reference(s) 19 . The use of strain gauges test 11. Buckling test 7. Impact test at various temperatures 4.School of Science and Engineering B. Springs test 10. Deflection of beams and study of Maxwell-Betti reciprocal work theorem 9. Elastic torsion test 5. Fatigue test 8.3)\ G. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Strength of Materials Lab (Course Code: 58701) Contents: 1.E. Dieter\ McGraw-Hill 2. Tensile test 2.

Shames\ McGraw-Hill 2003 2. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics\ B.Sc. Basic Laws for Finite Systems and Finite Control Volumes 2: Thermodynamics 6.H. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fluid Mechanics 1 (Course Code: 58461) Contents: 1. Foundations of Flow Analysis 4.L. White\ McGraw-Hill 4. Munson. Wylie & Bedford\ McGraw-Hill 20 . Fluid Statics 3. Fundamental Notions 2. Inc 5.A. Fluid Mechanics\ V.School of Science and Engineering B. Holman\ Prentice-Hall 3. Young & Okishi\ John Wiley & Sons. Basic Laws for Finite Systems and Finite Control Volumes 1: Continuity and Momentum 5. Incompressible Viscous Flow through Pipes Prerequisite(s): Differential Equation Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours.M. Fluid Mechanics\ F.4)\ I. Dimensional Analysis and Similitude 8. Differential Forms of the Basic Laws 7.R.L. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics\ James E. Mechanics of Fluids (Ed. Streeter. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. John & W.

blowers (Course Code: 58703) Observational experiments: Vortex. Water turbines (Francis. Pelton) 7. Fluid Mechanics Lab Booklet 2.Sc. Lift & drag coefficient comparison in wind tunnel Prerequisite(s): Fluid Mechanics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. Flow measurement with different devices 2. Drag force 5.School of Science and Engineering B. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Cavitation. Axial and centrifugal pumps 8. Separation. Eruption impact 4. Bernoulli test 3. Flow around the airfoil. Flow lines surrounding objects. Loss in pipes and local losses 6. Flow in open channels & Hydraulic Jump. Fluid Mechanics 1 reference(s) 21 . Water hammer. Fans. Laminar and turbulent flow. Rotational and non-rotational flow. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fluid Mechanics Lab Contents: 1.

Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thermodynamics 1 (Course Code: 58161) Contents: 1.A. Wylen. Fundamental of Classical Thermodynamics\ G. R.Sc. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics (Ed. The Second Law of Thermodynamics 7. Sonntag 4.J. Gas Power Cycles Prerequisite(s): Differential Equation. Exergy: A Measure of Work Potential 9.H.V.6)\ Y. Heat and Thermodynamics\ M. Thermodynamics: an Engineering Approach (Ed. Shapiro\ John Wiley & Sons. 2008 3. Moran. H. Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 6. Properties of Pure Substances 4. Boles\ McGraw-Hill 2.6)\ M. Inc. Ditman 22 . Entropy 8. Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 5. M. Physics 2 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Zemansky.School of Science and Engineering B. Introduction and Basic Concepts 2. Energy Conversion and General Energy Analysis 3. R. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.A.W. Cengel.N.

Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Electronics 1 (Course Code: 55031) Contents: 1. BJT Transistors 8.R. Fermi Function and Energy Prerequisite(s): Electrical Circuits Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Carriers in Semiconductors 5.School of Science and Engineering B.N.Sc. Diode Switching 7. Review of Circuit Theory 3. MOSFET Transistors 9. Microelectronic Circuits\ Sedra and Smith\ Oxford University Press 2. JFET. T. Microelectronic Circuit Design (Ed. Hambley\ Prentice-Hall.2)\ A. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.C. Electronics (Ed.2)\ R. Blalock\ 23 . Inc 3. Jaeger. PN Junctions 6. Review of Semiconductor 4. Introduction 2.

Transistors Prerequisite(s): Electrical Circuits Lab. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.School of Science and Engineering B. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Electronics 1 Lab (Course Code: 55002) Contents: 1. Electronics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Zener Diodes 8. Clampers 4. Half-wave Rectifier 7. Clippers 3. Multipliers 5. Diode Characterization 2.Sc. Electronics 1 reference(s) 24 . Electronics 1 Lab Booklet 2. Full-wave Rectifier 6.

Meriam.Sc.E. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dynamics (Course Code: 58567) Contents: 1. Introduction to Dynamics 2. Plane Kinetics of Rigid Bodies Prerequisites: Statics Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 68 Hours.C. Johnston. Engineering Mechanics Dynamics (Ed.School of Science and Engineering B. Kinetics of Particles 4. Hibbeler\ Prentice-Hall.6)\ J. Beer. JR. Clausen\ McGraw-Hill 2007 3. Kinetics of Systems of Particles 5. Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics\ R. 4 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.8)\ F. Vector Mechanics for Engineers Dynamics (Ed. Inc 25 . L.G. E. Plane Kinematics of Rigid Bodies 6. Kinematics of Particles 3.. Kraige\ John Wiley & Sons. W. Inc 2006 2.L.P.R.

Norton 2001 6. and the Design of Permanent Joints Prerequisite(s): Engineering Graphics 1.8)\ Budynas−Nisbett\ McGraw-Hill 2. Failures Resulting from Static Loading 2. Welding. An Introduction to Engineering Design\ A. Mechanical Engineering Design\ Shigley & Mischke\ McGraw-Hill 3. Screws. Design of Machine Elements\ R.L. Shigley’s Mechanical Engineering Design (Ed. Materials Science.25)\ Industrial Press Inc 4.Sc.School of Science and Engineering B. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Orlov 1980 (5 vols) 5. Samuel. Bonding. Fatigue Failure Resulting from Variable Loading 3. Fasteners. Strength of Materials 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Shafts and Shaft Components 4. J. and the Design of Nonpermanent Joints 5. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Machine Design 1 (Course Code: 58651) Contents: 1. Fundamental of Machine Design\ P. Weir 26 . Machinery Handbook (Ed.

Kreith. Steady-State Conduction-Multiple Dimensions 4. Steady-State Conduction-One Dimension 3. Heat Exchangers Prerequisite(s): Thermodynamics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Principles of Heat Transfer\ F. A Heat Transfer Textbook\ J.P. Introduction to Heat Transfer\ F. Incropera & D. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Heat Transfer 1 (Course Code: 58113) Contents: 1. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.H.Sc.P.P. DeWitt 3. Natural Convection Systems 8. Radiation Heat Transfer 9.School of Science and Engineering B. Lienhard IV & J.S. Lienhard V 4. M.9)\ J. Empirical and Practical Relations for Forced-Convection Heat Transfer 7.H. Introduction 2. Unsteady-State Convection 5. Heat Transfer (Ed. Bohn\ 2000 27 . Principles of Convection 6. Holman\ McGraw-Hill 2.

Other. Free and forced convection coefficient measurement of a cylinder 4. Study of diesel engine 9. Free convection coefficient measurement of a horizontal rod 3. in accordance with thermodynamics and heat transfer courses Prerequisite(s): Heat Transfer 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. Heat Transfer reference(s) 4. Thermal conductivity coefficient measurement (different methods) 2. Study of hygrometry process (Psychrometric) and air conditioner process 6.Sc. Pressure drop measurement of a cross-flow exchanger 5. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Lab (Course Code: 58704) Contents: 1. Heat Transfer Lab Booklet 2. Study of fluidized beds 8.School of Science and Engineering B. Study of nuclear boiling pool and extracting boiling curve 7. Thermodynamics reference(s) 28 . Thermodynamics Lab Booklet 3.

Inc 29 . 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Synchronous Generators 5. DC Machinery Fundamentals 8. Electric Machinery Fundamentals (Ed. C. Sen\ John Wiley & Sons. Single-Phase and Special-Purpose Motors (Course Code: 52331) Prerequisites: Electrical Circuits Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Fitzgerald.School of Science and Engineering B.\ McGraw-Hill 2003 3. Principles of Electric Machines and Power Electronics\ P. Introduction to Machinery Principles 2. Chapman\ McGraw-Hill 2005 2. Transformers 3.J. Synchronous Motors 6.4)\ S.C. JR. Electric Machinery (Ed.E. Induction Motors 7. AC Machinery Fundamentals 4. DC Motors and Generators 9.6)\ A. Kingsley. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Electrical Machines Contents: 1.Sc.

School of Science and Engineering B. Eddy-Current Brake and Asynchronous Generator 9. and Compound DC Motors 6. The Three-Phase Synchronous Motor Prerequisites: Electrical Machines Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. Single-Phase Induction Motors 11. Dynamometer Operation 3. Electrical Machines reference(s) 30 . Series. Effect of Voltage on the Characteristics of Induction Motors 10. Series. The Separately-Excited DC Motor (Course Code: 55003) 5. and Compound DC Generators 7. Prime Mover Operation 2. Electrical Machines Lab Booklet 2. Losses. and Efficiency 4. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Electrical Machines Lab Contents: 1. The Three-Phase Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor 8. Motor Power. Separately-Excited. Separately-Excited. Shunt.Sc. Shunt.

Electrical.School of Science and Engineering B.3)\ C. Modern Control Engineering (Ed. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dynamics Systems (Course Code: 58513) Contents: 1. D. Pneumatic. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Inc. 2002 4. 2002 (Chapters 1-5) 3.Sc. J. Modeling of Feedback Systems and Controllers 4. W. 1994 2. Introduction to Feedback System Design 6. Feedback Control Systems (Ed.3)\ J.J. Electrical Circuits. Transfer Function Models of Physical Systems (Mechanical. Newell\ John Wiley & Sons. Fluid Mechanics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Hydraulic. Use of MATLAB and Simulink for dynamics systems simulation Prerequisite(s): Dynamics. Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems (Ed. Thermal and combined) 3. Frederick.M. Introduction and Linearized Dynamic Models 2. Inc. Inc. Van de Vegte\ Prentice-Hall. The Performance of Feedback Systems 5. Close. System Dynamics. Palm III\ McGraw-Hill 2005 31 .4)\ Katsuhiko Ogata\ Prentice-Hall.

Katz\ 2005 32 . C. CMOS. T. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals (Ed. Tristate) Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours.3)\ M. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Digital Electronics (TTL. Nelson. Combinational Circuit Design with Programmable Logic Devices 7. Analysis and Synthesis of Synchronous Sequential Circuits 10.Sc. Kime\ Prentice-Hall 3.School of Science and Engineering B. Simplification of Switching Functions 5.H.H. Mano. 1995 2. Introduction 2. Digital Design Principles and Practices\ J. Algebraic Methods for the Analysis and Synthesis of Logic Circuits 4. Irwin. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Logic Design (Course Code: 52212) Contents: 1. Introduction to Sequential Devices 8. Inc. 2000 4.F. Nagel\ Prentice-Hall.P.D. Digital Logic Circuit Analysis and Design\ V. Modular Sequential Logic 9.2)\ R. Inc. J. Modular Combinational Logic 6. Wakerley\ Prentice-Hall. Number Systems and Codes 3. Contemporary Logic Design (Ed.

Sc. Logic Design Lab Booklet 2. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.School of Science and Engineering B. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Logic Design Lab (Course Code: 52206) Contents: In accordance with Logic Design Course Prerequisite(s): Logic Design Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Logic Design reference(s) 33 .

Spur and Helical Gears 6. Mechanical Engineering Design\ Shigley & Mischke\ McGraw-Hill 3.School of Science and Engineering B. Lubrication and Journal Bearings 4. Rolling-Contact Bearings 3. Machinery Handbook (Ed.8)\ Budynas−Nisbett\ McGraw-Hill 2.Sc. and Flywheels Prerequisite(s): Machine Design 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Bevel and Worm Gears 7. Shigley’s Mechanical Engineering Design (Ed. Mechanical Springs 2. Coupling. Clutches. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Gears-General 5.25)\ Industrial Press Inc 34 . Brakes. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Machine Design 2 (Course Code: 58654) Contents: 1.

Position Analysis 5. Myszka\ Prentice-Hall 3.School of Science and Engineering B. Acceleration Analysis 8. Eckhardt\ McGraw-Hill 35 . 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.Sc. Machines & Mechanisms Applied Kinematic Analysis (Ed. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Analysis and Synthesis of Mechanisms (Course Code: 58002) Contents: 1. Analytical Linkage Synthesis 6. Norton\ McGraw-Hill 2. Kinematics Fundamentals 3. Velocity Analysis 7.3)\ D. Design of Machinery: An Introduction to the Synthesis and Analysis of Mechanisms and Machines (Ed. Introduction 2. Use of Computer for Analysis and Synthesis of Mechanisms Prerequisite(s): Dynamics Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours.2)\ R.L. Graphical Linkage Synthesis 4. Kinematic Design of Machines and Mechanisms \ H.D.

D.School of Science and Engineering B. Stepper Motors (Variable Reluctance.G. Bolton\ Prentice-Hall. Fundamentals of Mechatronics\ S. 2 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Bessel) (Course Code: 58010) 7. Introduction to Mechatronics Systems 2. DC Motors 10. Hybrid) Prerequisite(s): Dynamics Systems. Filters (Butterworth. Chebyshev.Sc. Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems (Ed. Voice Coil Motors 9. Op-Amp and Its Application-Ideal Op-Amp 4. 2004 36 . Histand.3)\ M. Mechatronics: Electronic Control Systems in Mechanical Engineering\ W. Cetinkunt\ John Wiley & Sons. Inc 2. Alciatore\ McGraw-Hill 2007 3.B. Op-Amp and Its Application-Real Op-Amp 5. Elliptic. Inc. Electronics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours. PM. Butterworth Filter Design & Active Filter Design (Sallen-key) 8. Introduction to Sensors 3. Electromagnetic Actuators-Solenoids. ADC/DAC 6. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mechatronics Fundamental Contents: 1.

PID Controls and Two-Degrees-of-Freedom Control Systems Prerequisites: Dynamic Systems Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 51 Hours. Control Systems Design by Frequency Response 10. Root-Locus Analysis 7. The Laplace Transform (Course Code: 58416) 3. Modern Control Systems (Ed. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Automatic Control Contents: 1. 2005 3. Automatic Control Systems (Ed. Introduction to Automatic Control 2. Inc.6)\ Kuo. Frequency-Response Analysis 9. Transient and Steady-State Response Analyses 6.C.H. Modern Control Engineering (Ed. Mathematical Modeling of Fluid Systems and Thermal Systems 5. Control Systems Design by the Root-Locus Method 8.4)\ Katsuhiko Ogata\ Prentice-Hall. Mathematical Modeling of Dynamic Systems 4. Benjamin\ Prentice-Hall. Inc 4. 2002 2. Dorf. Bishop\ Pearson Education. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. R.School of Science and Engineering B. Control Systems Engineering\ Norman Nise\ Benjamin/Cummings pub 37 .10)\ R. Inc.Sc.

Automatic Control reference(s) 38 . Control of thermal processes 2. Introduction to pneumatic and hydraulic systems 3. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Automatic Control Lab Contents: 1. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Fluid flow control (Course Code: 58709) 5.Sc. Logic Circuits 4. Automatic Control Lab Booklet 2. PID controller error simulator Prerequisites: Automatic Control Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Point(s): 34 Hours.School of Science and Engineering B. Study of the characteristic curves of the DC motors 6.

address and controlling the memory addressing space. Microprocessor Z80 – explanation of its fundamental hardware differences with assembler 8080 and also their timing – instances of program and the methodology of simplify the programming with it. Describing the addressing method of this Computer. Computers’ memories: FP ROM. 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems\ Mazidi\ Prentice-Hall. Reviewing of some conventional integrated circuits such as 138. Inc 39 . and the method of their programming and also some examples of the programs which can be created by it. Hennessy\ Elsevier Inc 2. hardware explanation.A. Creating a simple CPU and adding an ALLL to the above mentioned system. memory refresh.M. Explanation of some necessary peripheral circuits for a microcomputer system such as: DMAC (8237). VART (6850). 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Describing the computer memory and expressing data boss. Computer Organization and Design\ D. Expressing the Operation Code of this computer. adding directives and also defining macro in order to simplify the programming – explanation of assembler 8080. Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester Logic Design Contact Hours and Credit Points: 51 Hours.Sc. various instructions and different addressing methods – instances of programming. 13. Describing a simple computer based on the mentioned circuits. Tristate. Computer Systems Architecture (Ed. Computer programming method (some examples) 8. expressing CPU timing. Scott Mackenzie\ Prentice-Hall. Microprocessor 8080: the history of computer development. 3. registers.3)\ M. Microcontroller 8051 – hardware. VSAT 8253 (8251). 5. Patterson. Inc 3. 7. 6. dynamic memory – the times timing and its related expressions. Explanation of machine language in order to program and the assembler’s importance for materializing them – Explanation of the operation of an assembler – Enhancing the flexibility of programming by an assembler. Mano\ Prentice-Hall. and 373 – explanation of Buffer.L. 4. ideal bus and the possibility of connecting some registers to each other – timing necessary for control signals in order to data transferring from one register to another one. 12. some of simple side IC’s such as: 8212 and 8255. The 8051 Microcontroller (Ed. such as access time. static memory. R/WM. 9. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Computer Structure and Language Contents: (Course Code: 52212) 1. 11. J. Inc 4. 2. 244. 10.School of Science and Engineering B.2)\ L.

Kirt Williams\ Artech House.School of Science and Engineering B. An Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems Engineering (Ed. Macro Mechatronics (What is Mechatronics?-Autonomous Mobile Robots-Kinematical Analysis of Mobile Robots-Dynamical Analysis of Mobile Robots-Wheel Kinematics-Wheel Configurations in Mobile Robots-Kinematical Analysis of Various Mobile Robots-Geometrical solution for mobile robot kinematicsSensors) 2. Nano Mechatronics 4. Ewald von Puttkamer\ Vieweg+Teubner |GWV Fachverlage GmbH. Siegwart.T press. Borenstein. 2004 2. Inc. 2004 5. Automatic control systems\ B.C. Project of Building a Robot In accordance with the Course Prerequisite(s): Computer Structure and Language. 2006 40 . Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mechatronics Systems (Course Code: 58020) Contents: 1. Automatic Control.2)\ Nadim Maluf. Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots\ R. F. Micro Mechatronics (Introduction-Examples-Scaling Laws for Micromechanical Systems-Materials for MEMS-Processes for Micromachining) 3. Mechatronics Fundamental Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 51 Hours. Oliver Paul\ William Andrew. Analysis. Graham Ensell. Everett\ University of Michigan 1994 3. 3 Credits (This course contains a project of building a robot) Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.R. E. Autonomous Land Vehicles\ Karsten Berns. Inc. Kuo. Michael Kraft. Wiesbaden 2009 6. J. Golnaraghi\ John Wiley & Sons.Sc. MEMS Mechanical Sensors\ Stephen Beeby. Neil White\ Artech House. 2003 4. MEMS: A Practical Guide to Design. Illah Nourbakhsh\ M. Inc. Sensors and Methods for Autonomous mobile robot positioning\ L. Feng.I. 2004 7. Inc. Korvink. and Applications\ Jan G.

Mechatronics Systems Lab booklet 41 . 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Subjects in accordance with the Course Prerequisite(s): Mechatronics Systems Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 34 Hours. Study of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) 2. Work with GMWIN and SIMATIC software (LG and Siemens). 3.School of Science and Engineering B. PLC tutorial(s) 2. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mechatronics Systems Lab (Course Code: 58550) Contents: 1.Sc.

address decoding. interruptions. 8087. A. 5. Timer. the method of designing peripheral circuits. Inc. reviewing of 3-passageway architecture.A. Singh\ Prentice-Hall. connection with RAM and ROM. Hardware. 8086 in the maximum mode. system architecture in the minimal mode. 8. Introduction of interruption controller and DMA controller. Part (I). Peripheral circuits. strut-foundation.A. 8085 Microprocessors\ Intel Co. and Applications\ W. system architecture in the maximum mode. 16-bit memory architecture and internal structure of 8086.Sc. embedded systems and modern processors. The 80x86 IBM PC & Compatible Computers\ M. 8284. Triebel. The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors: Programming. 7. addressing. parallel port. strut-foundation & basic cycles. 4. Basic cycles. AD & DA convertors. strut-foundation and basic cycles.1997. user interface (keyboard & monitor). Interfacing. Inc 42 . Mazidi\ Prentice-Hall.School of Science and Engineering B. 6. part (II). Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester Computer Structure and Language Contact Hours and Credit Points: 51 Hours. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. 2. connection with natural environment (axial coder. serial port. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Microprocessors (Course Code: 52513) Contents: 1. 3. Reviewing of Microcontrollers. Software. Introduction to 8085 as an 8-bit microprocessor. Internal structure of 8085. directives and an example of the program. 8288. 2. 3. exterior architecture. 8086 in the minimum mode.

Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Microprocessors Lab (Course Code: 52506) Contents: In accordance with Microprocessors Course Prerequisite(s): Microprocessors Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 34 Hours. Microprocessors Lab Booklet 2. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.Sc.School of Science and Engineering B. Microprocessors reference(s) 43 .

Chaudhry\ McGraw-Hill 44 . Measurement & Analysis\ B. Analog Electrical Devices and Measurements 7. Theory & Design for Mechanical Measurements (Ed.E. K. Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Signals 3. Uncertainty Analysis 6. Probability and Statistics 5. Flow Measurements 11. 2 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Digital Devices. Fluid Mechanics 1 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 34 Hours.O. 2000 2. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Measurement and Control Systems (Course Code: 58569) Contents: 1. Inc. Strength of Materials 1.S. Measurement System Behavior 4. Doebelin\ McGraw-Hill 4.3)\ R. Beasley\ John Wiley & Sons. Experimental Methods for Engineers (Ed.7)\ J.C. Strain Measurement Prerequisite(s): Thermodynamics 1. and Data Acquisition 8. Nakra. Holman\ McGraw-Hill 2001 3. Pressure and Velocity Measurements 10. D.K.P. Basic Concepts of Measurement Methods 2. Instrumentation. Figliola.School of Science and Engineering B. Engineering Experimentation\ E. Temperature Measurements 9. Sampling.Sc.

Craig\ Prentice Hall 45 . Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Robotics (Course Code: 58864) Contents: 1. Inverse kinematics 4.3)\ John J.School of Science and Engineering B. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Manipulator dynamics Prerequisite(s): Dynamics Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 51 Hours. Manipulators kinematics 3. Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and Control (Ed. Jacobian: velocities and static forces 5. Spatial descriptions and transformations 2.Sc.

Robotics reference(s) 46 .School of Science and Engineering B. Robotics Lab Booklet 2.Sc. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Robotics Lab (Course Code: 58000) Contents: In accordance with Robotics Course Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 34 Hours. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.

School of Science and Engineering B. Differential Equation Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 51 Hours. Conformal Mapping Prerequisite(s): General Mathematics 1. Complex Numbers and Functions 4. 2006 47 . Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) 3. Residue Integration 7. Inc. Integrals. Power Series. Complex Integration 5. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Engineering Mathematics (Course Code: 50035) Contents: 1. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (Ed. Fourier series. Taylor Series 6. Laurent Series. and Transforms 2.Sc.9)\ Erwin Kreyszig\ John Wiley & Sons.

Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 51 Hours.Sc. General Workshop Booklet 48 . 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.School of Science and Engineering B. casting. welding. and machine tool sectors. In this course the students will learn the method of working with tools and workshop equipments in power. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Workshop (Course Code: 50018) Contents: Introduction to safety principals and workshops’ hygiene: how to use equipments and tools which are used in these workshops. modeling.

Network arrangements 5. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Computer Workshop (Course Code: 52108) Contents: 1.School of Science and Engineering B. 1 Credit Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.Visio) 4.Excel) – Adobe Acrobat 3.Sc. Search and Load in Internet 7. Linux Operating System Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 34 Hours. Familiarity with Windows software (Part 2) – MS Office (Power Point. Familiarity with Windows software (Part 1) – MS Office (Word. Creating Web Pages and Internet 6. Computer Workshop Booklet 49 . Introduction and preliminaries of Computer 2.

Sc.School of Science and Engineering B. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Training 1 (Course Code: 58940) Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester After term 6 for 2 months full-time (240 hours) Contact Hours and Credit Points: 0 Credits 50 .

School of Science and Engineering B.Sc. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Training 2 (Course Code: 58970) Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester After training 1 for 2 months full-time (240 hours) Contact Hours and Credit Points: 0 Credits 51 .

Inc. Systems with Two or More Degrees of Freedom 6.T. Properties of Vibrating Systems 7. Transient Vibration 5. Mechanical and Structural Vibrations\ J. Inman\ Prentice Hall. 2001 5. 2. Oscillatory Motion 2. Thomson\ Prentice Hall. Mechanical Vibration Analysis\ P. Lagrange’s Equation Prerequisite(s): Dynamics.2)\ D. Srinivasan\ McGraw-Hill 52 . Inc.5)\ W.S. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mechanical Vibrations (Course Code: 58568) Contents: 1.3)\ S. Free Vibration 3.Sc.H. 2001 3.School of Science and Engineering B. Harmonically Excited Vibration 4. Rao\ Addison-Wesley 4. Differential Equation Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 51 Hours. Ginsberg\ John Wiley & Sons.J. Mechanical Vibrations (Ed. Inc. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1. Engineering Vibration (Ed. Theory of Vibration with Applications (Ed.

3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): - 53 . Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BS Project (Course Code: 58900) Contents: Prerequisite(s): Duration: 1 Semester (Can be extended to 2 semesters) Contact Hours and Credit Points: Hours depend on the project.Sc.School of Science and Engineering B.

Computer Graphics 2D. Alan adams 2. Computer-aided manufacturing Prerequisite(s): Numerical Computation.Geometric Modeling . Finite Element Modeling for Stress Analysis\ R.Frame . 3D .Sc. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Computer Aided Design (CAD-CAM-CAE) (Course Code: 58675) Contents: 1. J. Machine Design 2 Duration: 1 Semester Contact Hours and Credit Points: 51 Hours. Computer-aided design .School of Science and Engineering B. Cook 54 .Surface Modeling . Principles of CAD/CAM/CAE Systems\ Kunwoo Lee 4. CAD/CAM: Theory and Practice\ Ibrahim Aeid 3. Mathematical Elements for Computer\ D.Solid Modeling 2.Wire. Engineering Calculations (method of FEM) 3.D.F. Rogers. 3 Credits Textbook(s) and Reference(s): 1.

Speech Communication and Oral Skills – 2 Credits (50668) 12. Physical Education 2 – 1 Credit (50002) 10. Islamic Revolution – 2 Credits (50624) 4. Physical Education 1 – 1 Credit (50001) 9. Report Writing and Technical English – 2 Credits (50669) Mechatronics (BS) Total Credits: 144 55 . 50448) 2. General English Language – 3 Credits (50667) 7.2 Credits (50490) 6.School of Science and Engineering B.2 Credits (50618) 5. Persian Literature – 3 Credits (50991) 8. Programs: Mechatronics Engineering Course Outlines ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Courses: (total 24 credits) 1. Islamic Sources . Theoretical Foundations of Islam – 4 Credits (2 courses each 2 credits) (50445. Islamic Ethics – 2 Credits (50127) 3. Family Plan and Population – 0 Credits (50510) 11. History and Islamic Civilization .Sc.