• Thermodynamics is the branch of natural science concerned with heat and its relation to other forms of energy and work. It defines macroscopic variables (such as temperature, internal energy, entropy, and pressure) that describe average properties of material bodies and radiation, and explains how they are related and by what laws they change with time. Thermodynamics does not describe the microscopic constituents of matter, and its laws can be derived from statistical mechanics.

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  • This course introduces the basics of hardware and software of programmable logic controllers. It also presents the principles of SCADA systems. By the end of the course, students should be able to select a PLC for simple applications, draw  layouts for implementation, and write simple control programs. Practical experience is acquired through a course project that implements a real control problem.

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  • Performance of analogue and digital transducers; selecting a proper transducer for a given application. Analogue transducers: solenoids, thermocouples, pressure transducers. Digital transducers: optical encoders, ultrasonic sensors. Signal conditioning: signal analysis, frequency response, filter design, op-amp circuits. Data acquisition systems (A/D and D/A converters). Stepper motors: microprocessors: structure, programming, applications. Course project.

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  • This course provides The students of the credit hour programs of MDE, and PCE with background about civil engineering and its scope. At the end of the course, the student should be able to identify the different stages of construction, types of loads, types of building materials, and types of strctural systems. He should also be able to understand the basic elements of plane surveying.

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  • Students will be able to find the branch currents and node voltages for simple DC and AC circuits. Students will also be able to analyze circuits that include transformers. Students can predict the performance of basic DC and AC motors with emphasis to those found in industry. Finally students will be able to design circuits based on simple logic gates.
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