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Course Code CHE 101 PHY 101 PHY 103 PHY 107 1MC 101 MEE 101 GNS 101 CVE 105

Course Title 100 Level First Semester General Chemistry I General Physics I General Physics III General Physics Laboratory I Elementary Mathematics 1 (Algebra and Trigonometry) Engineering drawing I Use of English I History and Philosophy of Science TOTAL =

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CHE 101 Atoms, molecules and chemical reaction; chemicals equations and stoichiometry, Atomic structure and periodicity, modern electronic theory of atoms; radioactivity, chemical bonding, properties of gases, equilibrium and thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, buffer, gravimetric analysis, oxidation number. PHY 101 Space and Time, Frame of reference. Units and Dimension, Kinematics, Fundamental Laws of Mechanics, Static Dynamics, Galilean invariance, Universal Gravitation, Work and Energy, Rotational Dynamics and Angular Momentum, Conservation Laws. PHY 103 Molecular treatment of properties of matter, elasticity, Hooke’s law, Young’s, Shear and Bulk Modulus, hydrostatics, Pressure, Buoyancy, Archimedes’s Hydrodynamics, Streamlines, Bernoulli and continuity equations, turbulence, Reynold’s Number. Viscosity, laminar flow, Poiseuilli’s equation, surface tension, adhesion, cohesion, capillarity, drops and bubbles, temperatures, the Zeroth law of thermodynamics, heat, Gas laws of thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gasses. Application PHY 107 This introductory course emphasize quantitative measurements, the treatments of measurement errors, and graphical analysis, a variety of experiment techniques will be employed. The experiments include studies of meters, the oscilloscope, mechanical systems, electrical and mechanical resonant systems, light, heat, viscosity, etc, covered in PHY 101, PHY 102 and PHY 103. IMC 101 Elementary set theory, subsets, union, intersection, compliments, Venn Diagrams. Real numbers, integers, rational and irrational numbers, mathematical inductions, real sequences and series, theory of quadratic equations, Binomial theorems. Complex numbers, algebras of complex numbers, and Armand Diagram. De-Moiré’s theorems, nth root of unity. Circular measurement, trigonometry functions of any magnitude, additions and factors formulae. MEE 101

Instruments for engineering drawing and their uses, drawing paper sizes, margins and their title blocks. Lettering and types of lines, geometrical construction: bisection of lines and angles and their applications. Polygon, tangency, locus of simple mechanism. Pictorial drawing; Isometric, oblique and perspectives. Orthographic projection. Dimensioning and development of simple shapes. Assembly drawing of simple

components. Conventional representation of common engineering features. Freehand sketching.
GNS 101

The sentences structural and functional types, person and number concord. Tenses and the verb, modal auxiliaries, summary clauses, (functions), oral/writing comprehension, summary writing, continuous writing expository, narrative, descriptive, argumentative, letter writing. Faster reading. Note taking/note making.
CVE 105

Definitions of science and technology. Scientific methodology, Historical and Maghis cosmic environment. Science and technology in the society and service of men. Renewable and non-renewable resources – man and his resources. Impact of science and technology. environmental effects of scientific and technological developments. Ethnical problems in science and technology. Introduction to the various areas of science and technology.
Course Code CHE 102 PHY 102 PHY 108 IMC 104 1MC 102 GNS 102 MEE 102 GNS 104 IMC 142 GNS 106 Course Title 100 Second First Semester General Chemistry II General Physics II General Physics Laboratory II Intro. To Applied Mathematics Elementary Mathematics II (calculus) Use of English II Workshop Practice Information Retrieval Intro. To Computer Science Logic and Philosophy TOTAL = Contact Hours L T P 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 2 1 2 6 1 1 3 2 14 4 15

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CHE 102 Historical survey of the development and importance of organic chemistry, Nomenclature and classes of organic compounds, homologous series, functional groups, isolation and purification of organic compounds, qualitative and quantitative organic chemistry, Stoichiochemistry, determination of structures of organic compounds, electronic theory in organic chemistry, saturated hydrocarbon, unsaturated hydrocarbon, periodic table and periodic properties, valence forces, structures of solids, the chemistry of selected metals and Non-Metals. Qualitative analysis PHY 102 electricity and magnetism, electrostatics, conductors and current, dielectrics, magnetic field and induction, Maxwell’s equations, electromagnetic oscillation and waves, applications. PHY 108 This introductory course emphasize quantitative measurements, the treatments of measurement errors, and graphical analysis, a variety of experiment techniques will be employed. The experiments include studies of meters, the oscilloscope, mechanical systems, electrical and mechanical resonant systems, light, heat, viscosity, etc, covered in PHY 101, PHY 102 and PHY 103. IMC 104 Geometric representations of vectors in one to three dimensions, components, direction cosines. Addition, scalar, multiplication of vectors, linear independence. Scalar and vector products of two vectors.

Differentiation and integration of vectors with respect to a scalar variable. Two-Dimensional co-ordinate geometry. Straight lines, circles, parabola, ellipse, hyperbola, tangents, normal, kinematics of particles, components of velocity and acceleration of a particle moving in a plane. Force, momentum, laws of motion under gravity, projectiles, resisted vertical motion, elastic strain, simple pendulum, impulse, impact of two smooth spheres and of a sphere on a smooth sphere IMC 102 Function of a real variable, graphs, limits and idea of continuity. The derivative as limit of rate of change. Techniques of differentiation. Extreme curves sketching as an inverse of differentiation. Methods of integration, definite integral, application to areas and volumes. GNS 102 Sentence building. Vocabulary, use of the dictionary, affixation word order, technical writing. Faster reading, continued fundamentals of communication. a. narrator of communication b. oral communication c. written communication MEE 102

Introduction to basic manufacturing processes. Organization or workshop hazard and safety practices and codes. Properties of engineering materials. Bench-work and fitting. Introduction to turning exercise – straight and step turning chamfering, screw cutting. Milling and milling exercise. Drilling techniques and exercise. Sheet metal work. Welding and soldering technique with exercises. Properties of wood.Wood work and joinery exercise Workshop measurements. Refrigeration and air conditioning principle of operation, refrigerants and trouble Shooting. Methods of leak detection, charging and discharging. Safety precautions. Automotive workshop practice: principle of operation of the motor car, turning carburetor, setting contact breaker gap, setting ignition timing. Engine routine maintenance procedure and engine service. Tire types and care. Battery care, topping up and charging.
GNS 104

Libraries and the organization of knowledge. Types of library ignite the various forms of recorded knowledge, organization and retrieve of knowledge, catalogues, information retrieval methods and techniques. Use and evaluation of information sources and tools, dictionary, encyclopedia, etc. serial publications, abstracts and indexes. Guides to the literatures of specific subjects. Information gathering methods and project writing. Practical use of information sources and tools.
IMC 142

History of computers, functional components of computers, characteristics of computers, problem solving, flowcharts, algorithms, computer programming.
GNS 106

Symbolic logics, special symbols in symbolic logics, conjunction negatives, affirmation, equivalent and conditional statement. The law of thought, the method of deduction using rules of … and biconditionals and quantification theory.

Course Code CHE 205 IMC 201 IMC 241 MEE 201 MEE 207 EEE 281 MNE 203 MME 201 CRP 201

Course Title 200 Level First Semester Physical Chemistry I Mathematical Methods Computer programming I Manufacturing Technology I Applied Mechanics Basic Electrical Engineering I Engineers in the Society Science of Materials General Agriculture TOTAL =

Contact Hours L T P 1 3 2 1 3 1 3 2 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 3 15 3 12

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CHE 205

Kinetic theory of gases. Equations of state. Distribution of molecular velocities. The critical state. Equipartition of energy and quantization. Elementary chemical thermodynamics – First law only an its application.
IMC 201

Real valued functions of a real variable. Review of differentiation and integrations and their application. Mean value theorem, Taylor series real valued functions of two or three variables. Partial derivatives, chain rule, extreme, languages multiples. Increments, differentiations and linear approximations. Evaluation of lines, integral and multiple integral.
IMC 241

History of computers, functional components of computers, characteristics of computers, problem solving, flowcharts, algorithms, computer programming statements, symbolic names, prays, subscripts, expressions and control statements, introduction to basic/Fortran Programming language. Computer applications.
MEE 201

Principles of transmission of motion and power. Metal cutting and cutting tools. Theory and practice of bench work, turning, drilling, boring, shapes, planning, slotting grinding milling, great cutting, press and presswork. Broaching and sawing. Erection and testing of machine tools. Advanced workshop exercise in metal cutting processes.
MEE 207

Newton’s laws of motion and their applications, impulse and momentum, kinetic energy. Kinematics of a point, composition and resolution of velocities and accelerations, relative velocities and acceleration. Representation by vector. Plane kinematics of rigid body, angular velocity diagrams applied to simple mechanism. Instantaneous center of rotations. Equation of motion, linear and moment of momentum. Kinetic energy, moment if inertia. Free vibrations of systems with one and two degrees of freedom, torsional vibration.
EEE 281

Fundamental theory of electric circuits, circuit elements. Network theorems (superposition, Thevenin, Norton). Nodal and loop analysis of circuits (Kirchoff’s laws).

Single time constant circuits. Steady state response of circuit elements and network. Complex impedance and admittance. AC circuit impedance, admittance, susceptance, phasor Diagrams. Introduction to electronics, vacuum diode, triodes, steroids and pentodes, small signal equivalent circuit. Elementary discussion of semiconductors – PN. junction diodes and transistor rectification and smoothing circuits

Philosophy of science. History of engineering and technology. Safety in engineering and introduction to risk analysis. The rule of engineering in nation building. Invited lectures by professionals in practice.
MME 201

Structure of matter. Crystal imperfection. Simple phase diagrams of alloys. Physical properties of materials (i.e. wood, cement, plastics and alloys). Mechanical properties of engineering materials. Engineering and True Stress-Strain curve. Ultimate strength, ductile, impact strength, hardness, torsion, creep and fatigue failure. Electrical properties – conductivity, semiconductivity, and superconductivity. Optical
CRP 201

Importance and scope of agriculture, land and its uses with particular reference to agriculture. Introductory crop production agriculture ecology of Nigeria. Agronomy of some arable crops. Land preparations, farm tools and machineries. Basic farm management techniques. Fisheries and wildlife production. Forestry and forest products. General introduction to livestock production and health.
Course Code IMC 202 CVE 202 MEE 202 MEE 206 AGE 204 CRP 210 GNS 202 EEE 282 Course Title 200 Second First Semester Intro. To Numerical Analysis Strength of Materials I Engineering Drawing II Basic Thermodynamics Basic Fluid Mechanics Practical Agriculture Basic Economics Basic Electrical Engineering 2 TOTAL = Contact Hours L T P 2 1 2 3 1 6 2 3 2 3 6 2 1 2 -* 13 2 21

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IMC 202 Solution to algebraic and transcendental equations, Curve fitting. Error analysis. Interpolation and approximation. Zeros or non linear equations to one variable. Systems of linear equations. Numerical differentiation and integration equations. Initial value problems for ordinary differential equations. CVE 202 Force equilibrium free body diagrams. Elasticity – concept of stress, strain, tensile test. Young’s modulus and other strength factors. Axially loaded bars, composite bars, temperature stress and simple indeterminate problems. Hooke’s stress, stresses in cylinders and rings, bending moment, shear force and axial force diagrams for simple cases. Simple torsion and applications. MEE 202 Further projection of solids. First and third angle projections. Isometric projections. Intersection of surfaces and developments. Sectional views. Parts and assembly drawings. Preparation of working drawing for

manufacturing in accordance with standards. Reading interpretation of manufacturers drawing of equipments. MEE 206 Definition of basic thermodynamics terminologies; system ,state, properties and processes. Energy and energy conversion; work, heat, non flow processes. Zeroth laws- first law of thermodynamics and application to close and open systems. The steady flow energy equations and its applications. Otto, diesel and dual cycles. Second law of thermodynamics; consequences and applications of the second law. Thermodynamic properties of ideal and real fluids. Thermodynamic tables. Introduction to steam power and refrigeration cycle. AGE 204 Elements of fluid statics, elements of fluid statics; density, pressure, surface tension, viscosity, compressibility, etc. hydrostatic forces on submerged surfaces due to impressible fluid, introduction to fluid dynamics, conservation laws. Introduction to viscous flow. CRP 210 This will involve field planting. Each student will be allocated a field plot for the planting and management of an arable crop. GNS 202 Scope and methodology of economics study. Price mechanism. Theory of production. Forms of business organization market structures. Money and banking. The national income, international trade economic growth and development. The role of the government in the economy. EEE 282 Periodic wave forms and their average and effective values. Characteristics and use of non-linear elements in simple circuits. Magnetic circuits single phase alternating current circuits. Series and parallel resonance power factor correction. Magnetic current, mutual inductance, introduction to electrical machines and polyphase systems, DC generators and motors. Electrical and electronic power measuring instruments and equipments, AC and DC bridges. Basic control systems, open/close loop systems, communication fundamentals and introduction to basic communication equipments (T.V, Radio, Telephone). Course Code IMC 315 MEE 301 MME 303 MME 301 CVE 303 MME 315 MME 309 Course Title 300 Level First Semester Manufacturing Technology II Foundry Technology Mineral Processing Technology I Fluid Mechanics Physical Metallurgy I Extraction and Refining of Materials I TOTAL = Contact Hours L T P 2 1 1 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 1 2 1 13 3 12

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IMC 315 First order ordinary differential equations. Existence and uniqueness. Second order ordinary differential equations: linear dependence, Wronskian, reduction of undetermined coefficients, variation of parameters. General theory of nth order linear equations. Series solution about ordinary and regular points, special functions: Bessel, Legendre and hypergeometric. Laplace transform and application to initial value problems. MEE 301 Fundamental structures of metal and alloys. Properties, testing and inspection of metals. Production methods for ferrous, non-ferrous metals and alloys. Heat treatments of metals and alloys. Mechanical working of metals. Smithing and forging. Welding, soldering and related processes. Wood and wood

working. Pattern making. Foundry work. Powder metallurgy. Plastics and their processes. Principles of measurements and inspections. Limits, fittings and surface finish. Assembly methods. Advanced exercises in non-cutting production methods. MME 303 Introduction – present status and scope of foundry industries in Nigeria. History and development of metal casting. Crystalline nature of metals. Characteristics of pure metals and alloys. Simple phase diagrams. Non-ferrous metals. Solidification, metal flow principles. Alloying elements effects. Production of gray, white and high strength cast irons. Properties of fine and coarse-grained steels. Pattern making: differences between pattern and casting. Tolerance calculation in pattern forming: methods and economics. Pattern to casting techniques: gravity die casting, squeeze casting, investment casting, sand casting, expanded polystyrene for iron, steel and non-ferrous casting. Moulding and core making: properties of good moulding sand. Types of moulding sands, types of moulding processes. Typical moulding problems and remedies. Moulding tools. Centrifugal casting, shell moulding, CO2 processes. Degasification of metals. Structures and properties of liquid metals and slag. MME 301 Introduction to mineralogy and mineralogical studies: classification of minerals and their mineralogical properties. Structures and textures of minerals and their significance in mineral genesis and mineral treatments. Applications of mineralogy to mineral processing technology. The assessment of ores, unit processes and products in mineral treatments operation by quantitative mineralogical analysis. The preparation of mineralogical mass balances. Communition and basic Communition theories. Crushers and grinders. Sizing analysis and determination of mineral liberation characteristics. Ore blending. Classification. Concentration techniques, the use of heavy liquids, magnetic, gravity and other separation techniques. Surface chemistry and other principles of froth floatation. Mill calculation and selectivity index. Typical mineral engineering flow sheets and case studies. Mineral balances in mineral processing. CVE 303 Fluid statics: floatation and stability. Dynamics of fluid flow conservation. Equation of mass and momentum. Euler and Bernoulli’s equation. Reynold’s number. Dimensional analysis, similitude, Buckingham Pi theorems. Application of hydraulic models. Flow measurements. Flow meters and errors in measurements. MME 315 Wave theory of the atom. Shroedinger wave equation and simple applications. Wave particle duality uncertainty principles. Electron diffraction. Nucleation of phase changes: homogeneous nucleation and heterogeneous nucleation. Diffusion in solids. Grain growth. Crystal imperfection: theoretical strength of crystals; actual strength of crystal; point defects; effects of point defects in mechanical properties, observation of point defects. Line defects: dislocation theories, observation of dislocation, behaviours of dislocation, stress fields around dislocation, energy of curved dislocation, forces acting on dislocation, dislocation forces. Slip phenomena. Strengthening mechanisms Planar defects: grain boundaries, domain boundaries, stacking faults, twin and twin boundaries. Specific topics include dislocation and slip phenomena; twinning, the nature of the cold-worked state, nucleation and growth kinetics, annealing recovery, recrystallization and grain growth, texture, grain boundaries and other interfaces, and strengthening mechanisms. Diffusion processes in metal and alloys. MME 309 Classification and types of iron ores. Agglomeration techniques. Introduction to iron and steel making, blast furnace iron making, theories and principles of materials and heat balance, modern development in blast furnace, alternative iron making processes, principles of steel making, Oxygen steel making processes, EAF, hot metal pretreatment and combined blowing, electric arc furnace, ladle processing of liquid steel and casting, problems of steel making in Nigeria.

Course Code IMC 316 MME 322 MME 314 MME 310 MME 312 MME 324 MME 318 MME 320

Course Title 300 Second First Semester Engineering Mathematics II Metallurgical Thermodynamics Basic Chemical Engineering Non-Metals Technology Fuels, Refractories and Furnaces Crystal Chemistry and Crystallography Extraction and Refining of Materials II Mechanical Processing of Materials TOTAL =

Contact Hours L T P 2 1 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 17 1 15

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IMC 316 Gamma and Beta functions, Sturm-Liouville problem, orthogonal polynomials and functions. Fourier series and integrals, Fourier transformation. Partial differential equations; general and particular solutions, linear equations with constant coefficients; first and second order equations; solutions of the heat, wave, and Laplace equations by the method of separation of variables; Eigen function expansions, Fourier transforms. MME 322 Thermo-chemistry: first law of thermodynamics. Reversible and irreversible processes, Enthalpy function, equation of state. Heat of reaction types. Thermo-chemical equations, Hess’ law of summation, Kirchoff’s law, Zeroth law of thermodynamics. Chemical equilibria. Concept of free energy. Review of thermodynamic functions. Dependence of free energy on pressure and temperature fugacity, activity and activity coefficient. Free energy and equilibrium constants for ideal and non-ideal reaction systems. Ellingham-Richardson diagrams and applications to metallurgical reaction systems. Solution thermodynamics. Ideal, real and dilute solutions. Raoult’s law and applications. Henry’s law and applications. Concept of activity and standard states. Changes of standard states. Partial and integral molar thermodynamics properties of solutions. Gibb-Duhem equation and its applications. Phase equilibria. Thermodynamics interpretation for one component system. Clausius-Clayperon equation. The phase rule and application to one and Clayperon equation. The phase rule and application to one and two component systems. Kinetics of a reaction system. Rate equation, order of reactions. First and second order rate equations. Mechanism of a reaction sequence. Nature of elementary reactions and concept of rate controlling step. Arrhenius equation and activation energy. Element treatment of absolute reaction rate theory. Brief introduction of diffusion phenomena and applicable laws via Fick’s first and second law. MME 314 An introduction to the fundamental methods of formulation and solutions of chemical engineering problems involving physical and chemical changes of materials and accompanying heat effects. Mathematical quantitative relations of chemical reactions and physio-chemical processes. Principles of overall mass and energy balances and the application of this principles to metallurgical systems. State relation for real gases. MME 310 Types of ceramic materials structure and bonding mechanisms of ceramic materials. Characteristics of vitreous and crystalline inorganic non-metals. Applications and discussion of effects of microstructure on thermal. Mechanical, optical, electrical and magnetic properties of ceramic products. Description of manufacturing techniques for various ceramic products. Fundamental aspects of modern composite materials. Types of composite materials viz. fibre reinforced, particulates, dispersion strengthening and laminar types. Characteristics and properties of composites. Measurements and testing of properties of composites. Brief discussion, application of composites in engineering design, their micromechanics and failure modes. MME 312 Fuels: survey of the main engineering fuels, solids, liquids and gases. Electrical energy. Non-conventional energy, solar, nuclear, geothermal energy. Classification and testing of fuels. Fuels and energy utilization in

the metallurgical industries. Technical and economic consideration in the choice of fuel and energy. Introduction to fuels and energy. Introduction to fuel calculation technology. Furnace: classification of metallurgical furnace and reactors, blast furnace, electrical furnace, open hearth furnaces, converter fluidized bed reactors. Refractories: technology of production and services properties of the main metallurgical Refractories. Silico, magnetite dolomite, chromo-magnetite, alumino-silicate, carbon Refractories special Refractories. Examples of application in metallurgy. Experimental methods of testing and evaluation of Refractories. MME 324 External morphology of crystal. Law of constant angle. Representation by directions of face normals. Hady regular internal parking. The crystalline state. Law of rational indices, Miller indices, Miller-Bravais. Reference a parameter plane stereographic projections. External symmetry, crystal systems, crystal classes. Primitives and non-primitive cells. Mathematical crystallography for orthogonal reference, axes, angle between and directions, spacing of planes. Crystal optics- Anisotropy of physical properties in crystals, etc. Crystal chemistry- ionic covalent, metallic and Van der Wa al bonded crystal. Structures of true metal geometry of regular packing of spheres. Ionic crystals NaCl, LsCl, Ionic radii., covalent crystal, diamond, ZnS, O – N Rule, Sub-group metal solid solutions, ionic radii, intermetallic differently bonded crystals. MME 318 Outline of major competing routes of metal production from their ores. Limitations and factors influencing the choice of production and refining process i.e. the scientific and technological analysis of extraction processes. Ore treatment techniques (roasting, pressure oxidation, bio-oxidation). Thermodynamics and kinetics of hydrometallurgical processes: leaching, cementation precipitation, ion exchange and extraction processes. Principles of electrometallurgy (electrowinning and electrorefining). Fire refining. Extraction and refining of the most common commercial metals such as aluminium, copper, lead, zinc, Nickel, tin, gold, etc. MME 320 Elastic deformation of metals/materials: principles of stresses and strains in metals. Complex stresses acting on two planes at right angles. Mohr’s circles. Principal stresses and strains. Maximum shear stresses. Distortion energy and field criteria. Plastic deformation of metals: i. concept of plastic deformation – point defects, vacancies, interstitial and impurity atoms. Line defects – slip and twin, etc. ii. dislocation theory – review of crystal geometry, crystallographic planes and direction. Stress fields and strain energy of point defects. Dislocation types and properties. Burger’s vector, stress field and strain energy of a dislocation. Forces between dislocation. Partial and super-dislocations. Dislocation glides and climbs, jogs, interaction with vacancies, interstitial and solute atoms. Dislocation sources, Frank-Read source. Dislocation pile-up. Equilibrium dislocation density, temperature effects. Concept of plastic flow. iii. Plastic deformation of single crystals. Deformation by slip, slip system of FCC, BCC, and HCP single crystals. Critical resolved shear. Deformation by twinning. Twin planes and directions. Stacking faults, deformation bands and Kink bands. Lattice fragmentation. Theoretical strength of single crystals. Plastic deformation of polycrystalline metals/materials; structure of grain boundaries. Effects of grain size and grain structure of plastic flow. Theory of yielding, necking and structure of plastic flow. Theory of yielding, necking and failure, yield and ultimate strength. Strain rate effects. Banschinger effect. Resound stress. Internal friction. Theory of creep: creep curves, creep strength. Theory of fatigue: S-N curves, fatigue limit and fatigue strength. Factors affecting the behaviour of metals in fatigue – size, surface condition previous head, stress system convention, temperature and metallurgical structures. Fatigue behaviour of metals. Fracture analysis: fracture curves in single crystals and polycrystalline metals e.g. Cleavage, shear, ductile, etc.

IMC 415 MME 401 MME 419 MME 405 MME 417 MME 411 MME 413

Course Title 400 Level First Semester Engineering Mathematics III Production Metallurgy I Metallurgical Practicals Metallurgical/Materials Process Design Heat Treatment Corrosion Engineering Polymer Engineering TOTAL =

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IMC 415 Mathematical modeling of physical system: model identification, formulation and solution. Numerical techniques for initial value problems (IVP) and boundary value problem(BVP) cause effects diagrams, equation types: algebraic, ordinary differential, partial differential, difference, integral and fuctional equations. Application of mathematical models of physical systems. MME 401 Mechanical working of metals: texturing (preferred orientation) stress concentration. Hardening and strengthening: Hardening and strengthening by point defects, including solution hardening. Second phase particles and other phase structures. Work hardening. Theoretical cohesive strength. Factors affecting the initiation and propagation of cracks. Principles of hot and cold working of metals. Structural and properties changing during hot and cold working. Nature of stresses, strains and metal flows in various metal working operations. Heating of stock: soaking pits and reheating furnaces. De-scaling steels, precautions to be taken during reheating of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Rolling mills and accessories, elements of roll pass design. Manufacture of rolled products. Forging and extrusion, types of forging processes, forging equipments and forging defects. Roll forging and rotary swaging. Types of and variables in extrusions. Extrusion equipments. Wire drawing: wire drawing techniques. Tube making: seamless tubes MME 419 The practicals will be centered on extractive metallurgy, Refractories and mechanical metallurgy, materials characterization, corrosion and heat treatment. MME 405 Analysis of process and plant design factors involved in metallurgical processing of materials; identification of process flow sheets, materials and energy balances, detailed plant flow sheets, the application fundamental metallurgical principles to the design of process which includes thermodynamics, rate phenomena, unit operation and pilot plant data. Design stages: laboratory scale, pilot plant and industrial scale. Introduction to modeling and simulation as applied to metallurgical processes. Types of models. Special emphasis on problem definition, model formulation and solution analysis with sufficient details on existing algorithms and softwares to solve problems in metallurgical processes. Simulation examples and general principles, simulation languages, softwares, etc. verification, validation of simulation model and output analysis. Mathematical modeling and simulation of some of metallurgical and mineral engineering processes. Preliminary estimates of resources and facilities: method of estimating process costs and profitability: topic considered includes optimal allocation of resources, minimized manufacturing cost and minimization of energy requirements for new plant designs, as well as process innovations for existing plants. Environmental impact analysis: case study of typical metallurgical plant operation. A case study approach will be used employing such examples as typical mineral processing, metal smelting and the hydrometallurgical production of some metals MME 417 Theory of heat treatment; free energy, crystallization temperatures, crystal structures, super-cooling, liquation and dendrites, phase changes in alloys, annealing, normalizing, control atmosphere, heat treating carbon and low alloy steels, case hardening of steels, induction and flame hardening, internal stress and defects, temperature (thermal and deformation), nitriding, carbonitriding, effects of alloying elements. Heat

treatments of cast irons, tool steels, stainless steel, and heat resisting steel. Heat treatments of non-ferrous metals. Nucleation and growth processes in metals with particular reference to austenite formation and decomposition, discontinuous precipitation, particle coarsening, martensitic transformation. Detailed heat treatment of special important commercial materials especially bearing steels, aluminium alloys, titanium alloys, nickel based alloys, high strength low alloy steel and stainless steels. MME 411 Principles of corrosion and oxidation, basic concepts, classifications, thermodynamics and kinetics of electrochemical corrosion, electrode potentials, poubaix diagrams, corrosion rate, types of corrosion, bimetallic corrosion, localized attack, passivity and passivations, structure of metals and alloys, effects of mechanical factors on corrosion, theory of stress corrosion, corrosion fatigue, corrosion control, design and corrosion cathodic protection, protection by metallic coating and other coating environmental controls. Description of metallurgical factors, effects of applied stress (stress corrosion cracking and corrosion fatigue and passivity). Discussion of methods of corrosion controls and preventions including alloy selection, environmental controls (inhibitors), design rules – anodic and cathodic protection, and protective coatings. Principles of electroplating and surface finishing MME 413 Chemistry – polymerization processes – condensation, polymerization. Addition polymerization, epoxide co-polymerization (fibre-glass, carbon fibre materials), synthetic rubbers, styrene-butadiene rubbers. Thermoplastics and thermosetting plastic technology – polymerization system, molecular weight and melt flow index, mould techniques including steam mould for expanded polystyrene. Compression moulding. Projection moulding, extrusion moulding, calendaring solid state forming Course Code MME 402 MME 404 MME 406 Course Title 400 Second First Semester Student Industrial Work Experience III Student Industrial Work Experience III OLE_LINK1Student Industrial Work Experience III TOTAL = Contact Hours L T P 0 0 0

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MME 402 & 404 & 406 This is a six months (in the second semester) participation approved industrial training programs arranged in different materials and metallurgical industries in Nigeria. Course Code MME 501 MME 505 MME 507 MME 509 MME 513 MME 515 MME 517 Course Title 500 Level First Semester Mineral Processing Technology II Metals and Materials Process Design Physical Metallurgy II Project Production Metallurgy II Engineering Management and Laws Seminar TOTAL = Contact Hours L T P 2 1 3 3 3 9 2 4 14 1 12

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MME 501 Dewatering, tailing disposal, physical properties of minerals, ore sampling techniques. Communition theory. Criteria for selection of grinding and screening equipments and mineral concentration techniques. Selection of mineral concentration equipments. Design, testing and drying, materials handling. Agglomeration and sintering processes. Flocculation. Economics of mineral processing technology. Environmental control of mineral processing plants. Topics include analysis of particulate solids, noxious gases and pyrometallurgical and hydrometallurgical processes, environmental standards for liquid effluent

quality and for gas and dust emissions, separation of particulate solids from gaseous and liquid flow streams by cyclones, scrubbers, electro-static precipitators, filters and sedimentation. Neutralization and separation of chemical contaminants from liquids, tailings pond management. Safety engineering in mineral processing industries. MME 505 Introduction to basic metallurgical equipments. Physical and chemical principles which underlie the design and use of modern equipments and metallurgical applications. Organization of feasibility studies, project control techniques, long-term mine scheduling and sequencing as well as budgeting for metallurgical operations. Stoichiometry of multiple reactions and kinetics of homogeneous reactions. Reaction kinetic models applied to the analysis and design of metallurgical reactors. Design criteria for basic metallurgical equipments. Design of metallurgical equipments: blast furnace, oxygen converters, cupola, foundry furnaces, etc. and equipments for small and medium scale metallurgical enterprises. Continuous casting machines. Analysis of plant design factors involved in metallurgical and materials industries. Topic considered include optima allocation of resources, minimized manufacturing cost and minimization of energy requirements for new plant designs, as well as process innovations for existing plants. Design for safety and pollution abatement. MME 507 Theory of alloying. Liquid-solid transformations. Solid-solid transformations. Metal ingots structures. Strengthening mechanism and processes: mechanical treatment (e.g. work-hardening, shot peening), solid solution hardening, precipitation and dispersion hardening, fibre-reinforcement, martensitic strengthening, grain-size strengthening, thermal treatments (e.g. induction, nitriding, carbonitriding), diffusion coating or metallic cementation (aluminium impregnation, chromium impregnation, boron impregnation), radiation strengthening, ion implantation. Interaction between dislocation, impurities, micro-particles and related topics in deformation and relation of properties to microstructure. TTT and CCT diagrams. Structureproperties relationship in steels. Thermodynamics and transformation MME 509 Students are assigned practical work in any aspect of the discipline which could be investigative in nature or design profile. It could also be a theoretical verification of fundamental processes in materials. MME 513 Introduction: roles of welding and brazing as manufacturing processes. Welding: types of welding processes- gas, arc, resistance, flash, friction and electroslag welding, etc. brief treatment of new processes such as explosives, plasma-arc and electro-beam welding. Weld rods and fluxes protective atmospheres, welding defects and weldability of metals and alloys. Effects of welding processes and parameters on the structures and mechanical properties of weldments. Heat treatments of weld. Design of welded joints. Brazing; scope and limitations, types, processes brazing alloys, brazing of commercially important ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys. Soldering: processes, soldering alloys and application of soldering techniques. MME 515 Introduction to estimating techniques, production planning and control, planning methods; network analysis, management control information and operation research techniques. The Nigeria legal system; the law of contract, liabilities in torts, aspects of starting a business, selecting a promising idea, initiating enterprises, explicating opportunities and obtaining initial finance, market analysis. Legal aspect of starting a business. Accounting and special tax problems, going public, setting out, acquisition, banking and diversification decision. Family involvements, entrepreneurial succession. Management organization and controls. Student business proposal. MME 517 Students are assigned topics on any aspect of the discipline for which they are expected to summit a written report and defend orally such write-up.

Course Code MME 502 MME 504 MME 506 MME 508 MME 509 MME 512 MME 514 MME 520

Course Title 500 Second First Semester Powder Metallurgy Heat and Mass Transfer Foundry Technology II Technology Policy and Planning Project Materials Selection and Economics Non-Metals Technology II Fracture and Failure Analysis TOTAL =

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MME 502 Introduction of powder metallurgy, application of powder metallurgy techniques in industries, methods of production of metal powders, grinding and blending of powder. Compaction by pressing, extrusion, rolling, and explosive technique. Sintering, sizing, and impregnating. Sintered products. Future trends in powder metallurgy. Advantages and disadvantages of metallurgy techniques. Safety engineering in powder metallurgy industry. MME 504 Basic derivation transport properties based on kinetic theory of gases. Use of dimensionless parameters; Re, Se, Pr. Basic heat transfer equations and mechanism steady state and unsteady state heat transfer. Heat transfer coefficients. Application of dimensional analysis to heat flow. Basic mass transfer equations. Mass transfer equations and models. Mass transfer between multiple phases; mass transfer equipments, motion of single particle in fluids. Terminal falling velocities. Calculation of pressure drops. Counter-current and cocurrent flow of fluids through packed columns. Theory of similarities, heat transfer in forced cross and longitudinal flow; heat transfer and hydraulic resistance, heat transfer by free convection and condensing vapours, boiling liquids, radiation heat transfer between solids separated by a transparent (diathermal) participating medium, radiation heat transfer in absorbed medium. Calculation heat exchangers. MME 506 Casting properties of metals and alloys. Fluidity – characteristics of metals and alloys of good fluidity. Factors affecting fluidity of metals and alloys. Shrinkage – linear and volume shrinkage, casting shrinkage (free and impeded) factors affecting shrinkage of metals and alloys, linear shrinkage curve of a given alloy. segregation – minor segregation, major segregation, inverse segregation, mechanism of their formation and implications. Melting Practice – furnace charges and their calculations – trial and error methods, analytical methods and graphical methods. Gating system – gating elements and their significant, gating methods, design of gating system, determination of cross section of gating elements. Risering – risers and their significance, risers designs, risering curves, dimensioning of risers. Casting design – solidification and design – solidification and section geometry, solidification and cross sectional area, solidification and mechanical properties, solidification and heavy isolated areas, parting line placements, tolerance, section thickness, draft, machining allowances, shrinkage allowance. Economic consideration – multiple cavity casting, fabrication, cored holes, subsequent operations, casting defects: stresses and hot cracks during the freezing and cooling of casting; determination fo stress values during freezing. Quality control – quality of moulding sand and metals, non-destructive methods and other methods. MME 508 The objective of the course is to draw awareness to the link between scientific and technological knowledge and productive capacity. The emphasis will be on the rational utilization of technology as an economy resources in Nigeria. Science, technology and development: relationship between scientific and technological knowledge and productive capacity. Implication for planning in a developing country. Indepth of the scientific infrastructure; structure of science-based industries, vertical specialization and the rule of R & D and innovation. The acquisition of technology as a resource; its role as a vehicle for monopolistic control mechanisms of technology transfer. Institutional forms of foreign investments, bargaining for the acquisition of technological know-how, technology policy: its design and

implementation in Nigeria. The structure of science and technology. The sociology of the scientific community. MME 512 The basic principles necessary for the selection and design of engineering materials, allowing the most suitable materials for a given application to be identified from the full range of materials and section shapes available. Characterization of engineering materials. Developments in the manufacture of steels and its uses. Case studies are developed as a method of illustrating a novel approach employing materials selection charts which capture the important properties of all engineering materials, allowing rapid computer retrieval of information and the application of various selection techniques. Application of principles of economics in the evaluation materials for the process industries. Materials for engineering design. Cost analysis and control. Focus on product liability. Application of operational research techniques, decision making, forecasting, linear programming, waiting line models, simulation models. Queuing theory, replacement theory network analysis etc. production control (maintenance, inventory control, quality control). Computer applications in the metals industries. Computer Aided Material selection: Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing (CADCAM); Computer Aided Rapid Prototyping (CART) and Fast Free Form Fabrication (FFFF). MME 514 Fundamental aspect of modern composite materials. Types of composite materials; Vix Fiber, Reinforced, particulate dispersion strengthening and laminar types. Characteristics and properties of composites. Measurements and testing of properties of composites, brief discussion, application of composite in engineering design, their micromechanics and failure modes. MME 522

Type of failures, bucking, fracture in brittle and ductile materials, fractography. Mixed mode, and fatigue failures environmental effects, wear, creep, and yielding phenomenon, high strain rate failures, case histories of component failures. Fracture mechanisms and mechanics of solid materials. Topic include: nature of brittle and ductile fracture, macrophenomena and micro- mechanisms of failure of various materials, mechanisms of fatigue failure: crack nucleation and propagation, Griffith theory, stress field at crack tips, stress intensity factor and fracture toughness, crack opening displacement, energy principle and the J-integral, fracture mechanics in fatigue, da/dN curves and their significance. Practical examples of fatigue analysis and fundamentals of non-destructive testing.