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Woldia University FOT Department of Civil Engineering

Course Number Course Title Degree Program Module Name Module Coordinator Cr.hr, CP:4hr Course Objectives & Competences to be Acquired

CEng 1091 Strength of Materials B.Sc. in Civil Engineering

Lecturer : Abdurahman E.

Email:abdure700@gmail.com
Course Status: Compulsory

MCEng1091, Fundamentals of Structural Engineering Theories . Lecture: 3hr Objective: Develop and apply various analytical methods for determining the mechanical behavior of solid bodies (for example: stress, strain, strength, stiffness, deflection, and stability) subjected to various types of loading which include: axial loading, bending, shear, torsion, or a combination. Outcome: Students will be able to: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering dealing with mechanics of materials under axial loading, torsion, bending, and combined loading. Draw axial force, torque, shear and moment diagrams of simple members subject to combined loading. Compute stresses and strains in simple members subject to axial loading, torsion, bending, and combined loading. Compute deflection of beams. Compute buckling load of compressive members. Design components to meet desired needs in terms of strength and deflection. Develop and apply various analytical methods for determining the mechanical behavior of solid bodies (for example: stress, strain, strength, stiffness, deflection and stability) subjected to various types of loading which include: axial loading, bending, shear, torsion, or a combination. This course introduces the properties and strength of materials i.e. Flexure, Shear, Torsion, Compound analysis well as Buckling of i.e. Flexure, This course introduces the Stress properties and as strength of materials Compression Members. Shear, Torsion, Compound Stress analysis as well as Buckling of Compression Members. ECTS Credits: 6hr Tutorial: 3hr

Course Description

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Chapter 1. Simple Stress 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Mechanical Properties of Material 2.3 Stress and Strain. 2.4 Classification of Load Carrying Members. 2.5 Tension and Compression Members. Chapter 2. Torsion of Circular Shafts &Power Transmission. Chapter 3. Bending Moment and Shear Force Diagrams Chapter 4.Introduction To Statically Indeterminate Beam Chapter 5. Compound Stress 8.1 Combined Stresses, 8.2 Principle Stresses Mohrs circle. Chapter 6. Buckling of Compression Members 9.1 Columns. 9.2 Truss members

Course Outline (content)

Pre-requisite

CEng 1031 Engineering Mechanics-I

Semester: 2nd

Teaching & Learning Lecture, Tutorial, Lab and Homework Methods Assessment/Evaluation - written (final) examination: 50% & - continuous assessment (quizzes, mid & assignments): Grading System Attendance Requirements: Minimum 80% Literature - Basic texts (e.g. textbooks)

50%

1. Beer and Johnson. Mechanics of Materials, 3rd Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2001. 2. 3. Mechanics of Materials by Timoshenko Popov, E.P. (1998) Engineering Mechanics of Solids 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall. 4. Morrov, H.I. & Kokernak, R.P. (2006), Statics and Strength of Materials, 6th Edition, Prentice Hall. 5. Pytel, A. & Kiusalaas, J. (2002), Mechanics of Materials, 1 Edition, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company. 6. Meriam, J.L. and Kraig, L.J. Engineering Mechanics (Statics), 6th Edition, Wiley & Sons, 2006. 7. Other Related Sources not older than 5 years (older only in very exceptional cases)
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Woldia University FOT Department of Civil Engineering

Course Number Degree Program Module Lecturer EtCTS Credits Study Hour

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CEng1053 Course Name: Workshop Practice B.Sc. in Civil Engineering Basic Engineering Skills Abdurahman E. Email: abdure700@gmail.com 2hr Lecture ...................... 15 hrs Workshop ...... 30 hrs Assessment..10 hrs Out of Class Practice ..... 26 hrs Totals...81 hrs This course is mainly designed to impart students to a hand-on Exercises a n d p r a c t i c e s o n p l u m b i n g , m a s o n r y w o r k s , concrete mixing, wood work and the like. After the successful completion of the course students will be able to Effectively supervise and comment on plumbing, woodwork, masonry, electrical installation and similar works. Plumbing Woodwork Concrete work Plastering Masonry work Basic electrical installation None Semester: II Compulsory Lectures and laboratory exercises Continuous assessment (class works, mini projects and presentations) Minimum of 80 % attendance during lectures and 100 % attendance During p r a c t i c a l w o r k s e s s i o n s , e x c e p t f o r s o m e u n p r e c e d e n t e d mishaps. 1. Jim Forrest & Peter Jennings (1998), Workshop Construction (Workshop Practice), Special Interest Model Books. 2. Alex W e i s s ( 1998), W o r k s h o p E l e c t r i c s ( Workshop P r a c t i c e ), Special Interest Model Books. 3. Workshop practice manuals

Pre-requisite Status of the Course Learning Teaching Methods Assessment Techniques Attendance Requirements

Literature

Woldia University FOT Department of Civil Engineering


Course Name Module Credit hr.: 2hr Instructor Objectives Engineering Geology Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering Degree Program:B.Sc. in Civil Engineering EtCTS: 3hr Program: Extension Email: abdure700@gmail.com Abdurahman E. To provide an introduction to the geotechnical significance of earth materials, rock defects, structural geology, geomorphology, hydrogeology, active tectonics, earthquakes, volcanism, erosion and mass movement in the civil engineering practice At the end of the course, students will be introduced to the relevant terminology, classifications and concepts with the aim of ensuring effective communication between engineers and engineering geologists in the geotechnical team. Introduction: The earth & its interior, Geology & its applied branch importance of geology in Civil Engineering. Minerals & rocks: Classification & types of minerals, rock forming minerals, types of rocks. Geologic structures and their effect on structures: Folds, faults and joints. Weathering and its implication: physical, chemical and biological . Earthquake and seismic design : Causes & classification of earthquakes, Effects of earthquakes, precautionary measures. Geological investigation: Phases and methods of investigation, geological considerations in structures (dams, reservoirs, tunnels, road &bridges, buildings)

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Course Description/ Course Contents

Pre-requisite None Semester II Status of the Course: Compulsory Learning teaching Lecture methods Assessment Continuous assessment (quizzes, tests, class works, assignments, and presentations) techniques (60%) and final exam (40%) Attendance Requirements Literature Minimum of 85 % attendance during lectures and 100 % attendance during practical work sessions, except some unprecedented mishaps. 1. Bell, F.G. (2007), Engineering geology, 2nd edition, Butterworth- Heinemann. 2. Kehew, A. E. (2006), Geology for Engineers and Environmental Scientists, 3rd edition, Prentice Hall. 3. Press, F . Siever, R . Grotzinger, J ., & J o r d a n , T . (2003), Understanding Earth, 4th edition, W. H. Freeman

Woldia University FOT Department of Civil Engineering