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PART I

5 hours of lectures per week inclusive of Tutorials and Practical Drawing Sessions.

Drawing instruments and their use, Drawing Standards BS 308, Types of drawings,

their layout and purpose, title blocks, line types and their application, lettering.

Systems of projection, isometric and orthographic, Freehand sketching, Arrangement

of views. First and third angle projections, Ellipses, circles and arcs in isometry.

Developments and interpenetrations; cylinders and cones, prisms, pyramids and

frustums

Parallel line development, Radial line development, triangulation true lengths,

intersections.

Dimensioning and labeling, Parts lists etc. Sectioning regulations, sectioned views,

half sections, cranked sections.

Limits and Fits; Hole and shaft tolerances, fits, screws and threads, Bolts and nuts

conventions, threaded pieces.

Design Analysis and calculations, Design of cams, SHM, cam profiles.

Machine and Assembly Drawings, machine elements, general assemblies,

sub-assemblies and sectioned assemblies.

Text books: Each student will be required to purchase the Engineering Drawing and

Design Handbook produced by the department. Any other supplementary texts can be used.

2 hours of lecture and one hour tutorial plus four hours practicals per week.

crystalline state, atomic structures, binding, fundamentals of crystallography,

principles of x-ray

Diffraction, metals and alloys, phase transformations, materials testing, mechanical

properties, process metallurgy, non-metallic materials, ceramics, refractories,

composite

Materials, polymers, materials selection, corrosion engineering, corrosion principles,

forms of corrosion, corrosion prevention oxidation. Some case studies in materials

selection.

Strength of concrete, timber and metal products and their application under local

conditions, introduction to cement and clay mineralogy.

CSC102 Communication Skills

Assessment

1. Writing Skills

Here, the main focus is in the writing of short formal reports and a well-

2. Oral Skills

on class projects but especially in seminar sessions where students will learn

among other skills, the art of delivery, organization, and use of language and aids.

3. Talks

enhance the understanding of important concepts in technical communication,

and to stimulate discussion on "The engineer and Society"

4. Organization of Work

Classes will be held two hours per week. Worksheets will be given whenever

appropriate. some of the tasks are done on a group basis. Students will be assigned to work in

small groups.

Introduction

Technical Writing

Using Sources

3. Plagiarism

Report Writing

2. Writing abstracts, synopses and summaries

2. Curricula Vitae

Oral Presentations

3. Interviews Techniques

The Presentation

6 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial/week. One afternoon practical per group

Ideal Effort, Friction, Effort and Efficiency. The law of the Machine.

Inversion.

10. Direct stresses and strains; Young's modulus of Elasticity, Stresses in thin cylinders.

Contraflexure.

14. Shear stress in Torsion (Circular shafts only) Torsional stiffness; Torsional

with uniform solid shaft. Power transmitted by a shaft with uniform torque

16. Properties of Fluids; Fluids, shear stress, solids vs. liquids, liquids and gases, density,

surface tension, viscosity, compressibility and bulk modulus, equation of state, specific heats.

17. Pressure and Head; Statics, pressure, Pascal's Law, variation of pressure, head,

manometers.

path, cyclic processes, empirical temperature scales, thermometry.

19. Properties of Pure Substances; Heat capacities, matter, phase chances, tabular

20. Perfect and Ideal Gases; Gas laws, equation of state, universal gas constant

Recommended texts -

Energy sources, storage cells. Circuit elements, circuit theorems: Thevenin and Norton

theorems, superposition and duality. Analysis of dc circuits ac single-phase circuits, phase

representation of ac quantities, complex representation of ac quantities, transients, series and

parallel resonance.

Magnetic and dielectric materials, forces in electric and magnetic media, energy stored,

Faraday's and Lenz laws. Motors and Generators, electrostatic generators, dry cells,

accumulators. Magnetic circuits and flux measurement, self and mutual inductance.

calculations.

Precision and accuracy, measurement errors calibration and correction measures. The

oscilloscope and its use. Construction and operation of deflecting instruments, use of digital

voltmeters.

Functions, limits, continuity, derivative of functions, theorems on differentiation,

maxima and minima, curvature, polynomial approximation of functions, Newton's

method of finding roots, circular, exponential, logarithmic and hyperbolic functions

and their inverses, differentiation of functions of several variables.

Differential equations: separable, homogenous, exact, integrating factors, linear

equations with constant coefficients.

Integration: substitution, parts and reduction formulae, improper integrals,

fundamental theorem of calculus, functions of several variables.

Sets; probability: random experiments, sample spaces, events, mutually exclusive

events, axiomatic definition of probability, relative frequency. Computation of

probabilities of finite sample spaces, cardinality of a set, symmetry, methods of

enumerating sample points, conditional probability, total probability, independent

events, Baye's law.

Matrices and determinants: algebra of matrices, inverses, definition and manipulation

of determinants, solution of simultaneous linear equations, application of geometry of

vectors, introduction to Boolean algebra and applications.

Complex numbers: algebra, polynomials and roots of polynomial equations,

geometric representation, De Moivre's theorem.

Sequences and Series .

Application of integration of functions to one or more variables to physical problems

such as area, volume, arc length, centroid, moments of inertia, work/energy etc.

Introduction to Microcomputers.

3. Introduction to MS DOS operating system.

6. Word-processing

7. Database programs

8. Spreadsheet programs

Programming

Using loops

Arrays

Text Filed

Recursion

Dynamic Data Structures

Numeric Methods

1. Statistical Tools

4. Curve Fitting

4. Curve Fitting

6. Numerical Integration.

Safety

Measuring instruments, marking out, marking out, hand and portable machining

Electrical

Basic wiring regulations with the accent on safety - understand definitions of "dead"

"live" 'earthed and neutral' Danger off, and resuscitation after an electric shock.

Wiring of domestic appliances, transformers ad motors. Star delta and direct-on line

delta and direct - on line starters fault fining in circuits and equipment. Lightning

Measuring and testing equipment for continuity insulation and earthing (e.g. megger)

use of common tools for lighting and simple power circuits covering single

drilling, wood working lathe. Hand tools - their use, adjustment and care joining of

wood and fixtures. Seasoning and effects of moisture on timber, their types,

bricklaying, form-work.

Fabrication

Basic sheet metal tools, marking out, bending brake, rolling cutting, nibbling,

guillotine, developing and joining be riveting. Soldering, brazing and spot welding,

Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel: +263-4-303211 Ext 1380, Fax: +263-4-303280 This page was created and is

maintained by Eng. W. R. Nyemba Email: nyemba@eng.uz.ac.zw

COURSES SYLLABI

PART II

machinery.Spur gearing, gear tooth shapes, methods of manufacture, gear trains.

Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies

Velocity and acceleration in mechanisms, Coriolis acceleration, dynamically

equivalent systems, inertia forces. Free vibration degrees of freedom, linear vibrations

with viscous damping, periodic disturbing force.

Semiconductors Fundamentals:

Energy bands, Conduction bands, valence bands and forbidden gap, electron population

densities, mobility, lifetime, generation and recombination, intrinsic and extrinsic conduction,

behaviour of impurities.

Fermi energy level, Fermi Dirac distribution function, the hole and free carrier

concentrations, intrinsic conductivity, extrinsic conductivity and compensation, diffusion and

drift.

Carrier concentration in the presence of both donor and acceptor impurities. Carrier

mobilities, The Einstein relation, The Boltzman relation and semiconductors under non-

equilibrium conditions.

The transient effects of Optical excitation. The continuity equation and its solution under

commonly existing situation.

P-n junction:

The depletion region, space charge density, electric field strength, electrostatic potential and

electron potential energy variation in the depletion region. Contact potential and potential

energy barrier.

Minority and majority carrier flow, forward biased and reverse biased p-n junction,

development of the thin diode equation, Static/dynamic resistance of the diode, avalanche

breakdowns.

Diode applications: rectifier circuits, ripple factor, smoothing circuits, voltage doubler and

quadrupler, clipping and clamping circuits. Breakdown and Zener diodes.

Bipolar transistor:

behaviour of npn and pnp junctions, hybrid , -pi and h-Parameter small signal equivalent

circuits, single stage amplifier, common base and common emitter configurations, emitter

follower.

Transistor biasing, input and output impedance, current and voltage gain. CE, CB, CC

(emitter follower) , amplifier configuration. Input resistance, output conductance.

Introduction to a positive and negative feedback, astable multivibrator, transimpendance

feedback

Operational Amplifier.

The differential amplifier, operational amplifier, analogue computers, square and triangular

wave generators. I.C. operational amplifier analysis, tuned and wide-band amplifiers, cascade

arrangement. Differential gain and common mode gain. Common mode rejection ratio

Simple current sources and the internal organisation of a modern OP AMP Linear

differentiator. Logarithmic amplifier and antilog amplifier, The schmitt trigger.

Logic Circuits.

Positive and negative logic. TTL gates, inverter, nand, nor, and or gates. Totem pole outputs,

tristate outputs and open collector outputs. Propagation delay and power consumption. TTL

characteristics fan and fan out.

The inverter characteristics. The MOS Transistor, nMOS, pMOS transistor operation, VI

characteristics and nMOS logic circuits, CMOS logic circuits and their advantages. Pass

transistors.

generator, modulator, sweep frequency generator, pulse and square wave generator, function

generator, RF generator.

ME 202 Solid Mechanics

3 hours of lectures and 1 hour tutorial per week plus one afternoon practical/week.

Deflection of Beams

Unsymmetrical beams

Springs

Brief review of the magnetic field effects on its environment and how motor,

Transformers

Construction methods core & she construction. The effect of construction on efficiency and

costs Principles of operation of single phase transformers.

The emf equation on efficiency and costs Principles or operation of single phase

transformers. The emf equation and its role as a basis for transformer design. Derivation of

the equivalent circuit of a single phase transformer Transformers on no load and on load.

Transformers regulation & efficiency and the use of phasors. Transformers testing No load

and short circuit tests.

The meaning of percentage impedance and standard values for typical distribution

transformers

Application of transformers.

Induction Motors

Construction of cage & wound rotor machines. Principles of operation of a squirrel cage

induction motor (using the rotating field, exact & simplified models Induction motors under

running conditions, torque vs slip characteristics Conditions for maximum torque.

Testing of induction motors, the no load test. The locked rotor test Determination of machine

parameters from tests Introduction of single phase motors Applications of Induction Motors.

insulation in large DC Machines DC Machines windings, lap & wave windings

Principles of operation of the DC Generator. Circuit models of series, shunt, and compound

excited DC Generators. Principles of operation of DC Motors, Circuit models of series and

shunt excited DC Motors under running conditions, torque speed characteristics. Starting of

large.

Drawing standards for machining and surface finish; limits and fits; introduction to

geometrical tolerating; weld symbols. Introduction to computer draughting.

Design and common applications of:shafts and bearing arrangements; journal and rolling

element bearings; threaded fasteners, rivets and welded assemblies; use of adhesives.

Design Projects e.g. design of simple mechanisms, jigs and fixtures: Selection of

components from catalogues.

Materials: The metallic structure, effect of stress and temperature on simple metal

structure metal structure, control of poly-phase structures, steel and cast irons, engineering

alloys use of suppliers data in design.

ME204 Thermo-fluids

stability floating bodies.

Conservation of Mass, Conservation of Momentum, The Bernoulli Equation,

The energy Equation.

Volumes, The Differential Equation of Mass Conservation, The Differential

Equation of Linear Momentum, The Differential Equation of Energy,

Boundary Conditions for the Basic Equations.

processes.

processes, relations for perfect gases, isentropic efficiency

6. Ideal Vapour Cycles; Carnot cycle, Rankine cycle with and without

superheat, reheat cycle, regenerative cycle, economisers and air heaters,

nuclear power plant cycles, economic assessment, representation on p-v, T-s

and h-s diagrams.

Recommended texts -

4. Thermodynamics, Work and Heat Transfer, 4 th Ed., Rogers and Mayhew, London.

equations,

subspaces, bases and dimension, linear transformation of matrices, diagonalization and

applications,

derivative and gradient, vector fields - flux over the surface, Gauss' theorem, Stoke's theorem,

Green's formular.

Curvilinear coordinates. Fourier Series: Orthogonality relations and the Euler formula

for the coefficient, Besses's inequality and Parseval's identity, expansion in sine and

cosine series, solution of boundary value problems, the Fourier transform, inverse

Differential Equations: numerical methods, second order linear with variable coefficients,

reduction of order, variation of parameters, power series method, Frobenuis method,

and central limit theorem, moments and moment generating functions, sampling theory,

estimation and hypothesis testing, regression and analysis of experiments.

ME 206 Manufacturing Technology

Joining Process: Organisation for production, Foundry Technology, Forming Technology and

Welding technology, Welding processes, (SMAW process, TIG, WIG), Plasma Arc Welding,

welding steel plates.

Casting processes, Casting design, Gating and risering systems. Foundry sands, Casting

defects,

Forming technology. Free and Die forging, Heating cycles, Extrusion, Rolling, Drawing,

Initial stock,

Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel: +263-4-303211 Ext 1380, Fax: +263-4-303280 This page was created and is

maintained by Eng. W. R. Nyemba Email: nyemba@eng.uz.ac.zw

COURSES SYLLABI

PART III

motion, flow measurements.

and equivalent circuits of PV cells.

effective curves, selective surfaces and covers.

turbo machinery, friction and viscosity.

characteristics, mechanical and electrical power generation, control strategies.

electromechanical)

System response to inputs and initial conditions )impulse, step, ramp and harmonic response)

Transient and steady state performance assessment steady state errors system types,

specification and sensitivity.

Digital computer stability analysis.

ME 303 Dynamics

Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies in plane and space coordinates,

including

vector methods. Free and forced vibrations of single- and two degree-of-freedom systems

including damping. Rotating unbalance, whirling of rotating shafts, support motion, vibration

measuring instruments, vibration absorber, the analog computer.

dimensionalization of the basic equations, Modeling & its pitfalls.

diagram, Laminar fully developed flow, Branching & reservoirs.

fluids.

layer transition, Turbulence boundary layers, Boundary layer with pressure

gradients, The Falkner - Skan boundary layer, Separation.

5. Open Channel Flow; Shallow water waves, The hydraulic jump, Gradually

varied flow, Manning's correlation, Measurements in open channel flow.

Two & three dimensional wing theory and results.

Recommended texts -

2. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics - Fox McDonald, Wiley

management science. Operations Research, Forecasting systems applicable to commerce and

industry.

Queuing system and related theory, System Reliability, maintainability, Risk Engineering,

Decision Theory and analysis.

Lecturers/Tutorials 4 hours/week

Starting

Speed Control

braking.

Analysis of Single-phase IM

Split phase, capacitor type, shaded pole, universal ac series motor Synchronous machines

types.

Theory of operation, introduction to 3-phase winding, winding emf and mmf, harmonic emfs,

equivalent circuit and phasor diagram of cylindrical rotor machine, effect of armature

reaction upon excitation requirements, regulations, synchronization, operation on infinite bus

bar, power load angle, constant power, constant excitation, parallel operation of two

machines synchronous condenser d-q theory of salient pole machine, parameters

determination.

Three-phase connections, open delta, tertiary winding transformer, auto transformer, parallel

operation.

Design, selection, application and stress analysis of further machine elements: springs,

couplings, keys and keyways, splines, belts and chains; spur, worm and helical gears.

Non-Newtonian flow, Centrifugal pumps, Diaghragm pumps, Vacuum producing units, Flow

and Distribution of steam, Heat exchangers, Size reduction, Screen analysis, Ore processing,

Process Optimisation,, Mass transfer, Fluidisation, Properties of fuels and combustion.

Beams on Elastic Foundations, Rotating Disks

Fatigue, Creep and Fracture Mechanics, Matrix Methods, Thick Cylindrical Shells.

ME 309 Thermodynamics

1. Gas Cycles; Simple, with heat exchange, inter-cooler and preheat, combined

gas and steam, reciprocating, Otto, Diesel and mixed cycles, mean effective

pressure.

cycles, water and absorption refrigerators.

towers.

and enthalpy of combustion, efficiency, dissociation, reaction data.

engine performance maps, real versus air - standard cycles.

diagrams, air compressor, steam engines.

Recommended texts -

1. Refrigeration; Application of refrigeration, refrigeration systems,

refrigeration cycles, properties, tables and charts, heat and mass transfer,

refrigerants, evaporators, condensers, dryers, compressors, expansion devices.

ventilation, load and energy calculations, equipment, air distribution and duct

design, water piping and pumping, air conditioning systems, system

components. Conventional systems, constant volume induction systems, multi

- zone unit system, dual duct systems.

systems; adsorption, cascading, dry ice, cold storage design and freeze drying.

Recommended texts -

Three hrs lecture plus one-hour tutorial/ week, two semester course.

cost benefit analysis, economic appraisal of engineering projects.

Financial control and effect of economic policy in financial decisions. Marketing mixes,

New Production Systems. Operations research - linear programming and decision trees.

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Zimbabwe, P. O. Box MP 167, Mount

Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel: +263-4-303211 Ext 1380, Fax: +263-4-303280 This page was created and is

maintained by Eng. W. R. Nyemba Email: nyemba@eng.uz.ac.zw

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PART IV

3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week practical one afternoon per week.

3. Component Design

Simulation System)

- optimisation criteria (economical, environmental, technical)

- sensitivity analysis

- user training

velocity relation, Static & Stagnation temperature, Frictionless compressible

flow in horizontal passages, Effect of friction, Convergent nozzles,

Convergent-divergent nozzles, Shock waves.

flow, Superposition, Sources in incompressible fluids, Circulation & Vorticity,

The method of Images, General solution for two-dimensional potential flow,

Aerodynamic lift, The Kutta condition, The lifting flat plate.

The Impulse Turbine, Axial flow machines, Centrifugal machines,

Performance curves, Affinity laws.

4. Conduction; Basic laws of heat transfer, one- , two-, and three dimensional

steady state.

turbulence pipe flow.

from gases.

heat transfer software.

8. Heat Exchangers; Parallel and counter flow, LMTD, multi - pass heat

exchangers, cross - flow heat exchangers, sizing and rating, effectiveness -

NTU method, practical types of heat exchangers.

Recommended texts -

1. Linear Control System Design and Compensation - using root locus, Nyquist

PD, lad, lag, PID, implementation using active filters and feedback

compensation.

Controller design

Estimator design

Linearizing approximations

Initial conditions

Method of isoclines

Describing functions

Limit cycles

State-space representation

Characteristic response

Digital observer

Microprocessor control

Calculus of variations

Dynamic programming

Maximum principle

ME 403 Dynamics

systems,

vibration measurement, transmission of random vibration, digital spectral analysis.

ME405 Mechanical Engineering Design

2 hours lecture and 3 hours labs per week throughout the year.

2. Helical and Bevel Gears; Kinematics of bevel and helical gears, strength and

3. Brakes and Clutches; Statics, rim clutches and brakes, cone clutches and

energy considerations.

Lecturers/Tutorials 4hrs/week Labs 1-3 hr/week

responses General from of torque equation and solution Braking and reversal

Centrifugal pump/fan Constant power drives winch Hoist and crane drives.

3. Permanent magnet materials and circuit design materials in use and B -characteristics

Recoil and air-gap lines Permanent magnet systems with air- gap Design equations.

Magnetics Magnetic circuits with leakage flux Operation in the presence of demagnetized

field.

Current and mmf wave forms Torque and emf equations Torque and speed

Prescribed Texts

ME 406 Solid Mechanics

stress Functions

Thermal Stresses

Planning and Lean Production, Management of Independent Demand, Improving Equipment

Reliability, Improving Materials Management, Cost Reducing, Control of Project Resources,

Improving Investment Decisions, Management Information Systems, Capacity planning,

Ergonomics at Work, Total Quality Management techniques incorporating total quality

control, Environmental Management Systems, Maintenance Management Techniques,

1. Thermodynamics review ; The First Law for the open and closed system,

The gas and steam cycles, Combustion process, The Second Law and the

concepts of reversibility and entropy, The Carnot, Rankine, Otto, Diesel and

Brayton cycles.

diagrams and design calculations, Steam generators; heat balance, general

characteristics of furnaces, fuel handling, ash removal, pollution and pollution

control, superheaters and reheaters, economizers, air preheaters, Condensers,

Feed water heater, Water cooling towers, water supply and water treatment.

calculations.

design calculations.

5. Other power plants; Nuclear power plant, Nuclear fission, nuclear cycles

and nuclear reactors, Hydroelectric power plants, Wind generators, Direct

energy converters.

energy demands, energy management and energy audits, the technology of

energy savings.

Recommended texts:

McConey.

Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel: +263-4-303211 Ext 1380, Fax: +263-4-303280 This page was created and is

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