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  • Mechanical Engineering



    The department is committed to provide cadets an undergraduate level of mechanical engineering education fostering them (1) to master the fundamental notions and principles of mechanical engineering discipline, (2) to have the ability to learn independently but work as a team member, (3) to describe, analyze, solve the problems encountered in an increasingly technical military job environment, and (4) to acquire the necessary qualifications for following graduate education and further specialization. The department consists of two chairs: Mechanism and Machinery, and Energy and Heat.


Courses Offered

Code Course Title Contents D/S
MK3104 Computer-Aided Engineering Design Sketch Module 3
Perspective Drawing 6
Solid Module 9
Surface Module 3
Sheet Module 3
Assembly Module 9
Animation Module 6
MK2102 Computer-Aided Drawing Basics 3
Projection Methods and Removing the Appearance 6
Perspective Drawings 6
Sectional Views 3
Dimensioning and Tolerances and Surface Markings 3
Basic Drawings with Drawing Program 3
Removing the Appearance with Drawing Program 3
Perspective Drawings with Drawing Program 6
Sectional Views with Drawing Program 3
Dimensioning with Drawing Program 2\1
MK2201 Dynamics Kinematic of Particle 3
Kinematic of Particle with Different Coordinate Systems 6
Newton's Second Law 3
Kinetics of particles: Work and Energy 3
Kinetics of particles: Impulse and Momentum 3
Translational and Rotational Movement of the Identification 3
Movement of Rigid Bodies 3
The Governing Equations of Rigid Body Rotation Around a Fixed Axis 3
Implementation of the General Plane Motion of Rigid Body Kinematics 3
Plane Kinetics of Rigid Bodies 6
MK3202 Heat Transfer Introduction 3
Heat Conduction Equation 3
Continuous Heat Conduction 6
Transient Heat Conduction 6
Numerical Methods in Heat Conduction 3
Principles of Convection 3
Forced External Convection 3
Forced Internal Convection 3
Naturel Convection 3
Thermal Radiation and Radiation Heat Transfer 3
MK3205 Materials Selection Material Selection Basics 3
Materials Selection in Mechanical and Physical Properties 6
Materials Selection Charts 6
Materials Selection and Design 3
Terms of Application Material Selection 6
Sample Material Selection Practices 6
The Relationship Between Material Selection and Process 3
Other Diagrams for Materials Selection in use 3
MK3201 Machine Elements - II Bearings 12
Cogwheels 6
Endless Screw Mechanism 6
The Belt-Pulley Mechanism 6
Clutches 6
MK3105 Material and Manufacturing Methods Introduction to Materials Science and Atomic Structure 4
Solidification Event and Defects 4
Mechanical Properties of Materials 6
Phase Diagrams and Transformations 4
Applications and Alloys 4
Seramics Product and Applications 2
Properties of Polymers and Apllications 2
Composites 3
Corrosion of Materials 3
Foundry and Metal Fabrication Technique 6
Chip removal processes and machine tools 6
Plastic Forming Procedures 4
Welding Technology and Powder Metallurgy 4
MK3204 Mechanism Technique Introduction and Basics 3
Mechanisms Degree of Freedom 3
Kinematic Chain 3
Position Analysis of Mechanisms 3
Velocity and Acceleration Analysis of Mechanisms 6
Simple and Planetary Gear Systems 3
Using Bevel Gear Boxes and Applications 3
Four-Body Mechanisms 6
Classification of Cam Mechanisms and cams 3
Cam Design 3
MK2202 Strength of Materials Introduction and The Concept of Stress 3
Axial Loading of Stress and Strain 6
Torsion 6
Simple Bending 6
Transverse Loading 6
Stress and Strain Transformations 3
Design of Beams and Shafts for Strength 3
Deflection of Beams 6
MK2103 Statics General Principles 4
Force Vectors 4
Particle Balance 4
Force System Resultants 8
Rigid Body Balance 4
Rigid Body Balance 4
Structural Analysis 4
Internal Forces, Friction 8
Center of Gravity and Centroid 4
Moment of Inertia 8
MK2203 Thermodynamics- I Basics 3
Properties of Pure Substances 6
Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 9
Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 12
Second Law of Thermodynamics 12
MK3101 Thermodynamics- II Entropy 6
Exergy 3
Gas Flow Power Cycles 9
Steam And Combined Power Cycles 6
Refrigeration Cycles 6
Gas-Steam Mixtures and Air-Conditioning 6
Chemical Reactions 3
MK3102 Machine Elements - I Definitions and Basic Concepts Related to Mechanical Elements and Tolerances 6
Tolerances 3
Stress and Fatigue Design 6
Axles and Shafts 6
Fastener and Energy Savings Elements 18
MK3103 Fluid Mechanics - I Introduction and Basics 3
Pressure and Fluid Statik 6
Fluid Kinematics 9
Mass, Bernoulli, Energy Equation, Momentum Analysis of flow systems 12
MK3203 Fluid Mechanics - II Pipes Flow 9
Differential Flow Analysis 12
NAVIER-STOKES Equations 9
External Flows 9

Mechanical Engineering Laboratories



The department has laboratories equipped with advanced technology to be used for undergraduate and graduate studies.

  • Material Testing and Strength of the Laboratory
  • Energy Laboratory
  • Hydraulic-Pneumatic Laboratory
  • The machine laboratory
  • Manufacturing Processes Laboratory
  • Computer Applications Laboratory

Mechanical Engineering Classrooms



There are advanced technology classrooms for undergraduate and graduate studies in the department.

  • Mechanical Technology Courses
  • Energy Technologies Classroom
  • Measuring and Mechanism Technique Courses
  • Weapons Systems and Ballistic Courses


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