Department of Mechanical Engineering

PHILOSOPHY OF THE DEPARTMENT

To achieve the national goals and objectives of industrialisation and self reliance, theMechanical Engineering programme should be geared towards:

  1. The development of a thorough practice in training
  2. Early broad – based training in general Engineering
    and Technology.
  • Practical application of Engineering, Technology and Manufacturing

    Adequate training in human and organizational
    behaviour
  1. Introduction to entrepreneurial education and training
  2. Close association of the programme with industries in
    the country.

The general philosophy therefore is to produce graduates with high academic standardand adequate practical background for self employment as well as being of immediatevalue to industry and the community in general.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The general aims and objectives of Mechanical Engineering training should be in consonance with the realization of national needs and aspirations vis-à-vis industrial development and technological emancipation. The benchmark statements give the minimum academic standards required to meet these needs and to produce graduates in Engineering and Technology with sufficient academic background and practical experience who would be able to rise to the challenges of a developing economy. Such graduates must therefore be resourceful, creative, knowledgeable and able to perform the following functions:


Graduates in Engineering

  1. To design engineering projects and supervise their
    construction.
  2. To design and make components, machines, equipment and systems.
  • To design and develop new products and production techniques inindustries.
  1. To install and maintain complex engineering systems so that they canperform optimally in our environment.
  2. To adapt and adopt exogenous technology in order to solve localengineering problems.
  3. To be able to exercise original thought, have good professional judgmentand be able to take responsibility for the direction of important tasks.
  • To be able to manage people, fund, materials and
    equipment
  • To improve on indigenous technology to enhance local problems solving capability

 

COMPATIBILITY OF PROGRAMME WITH INSTITUTIONAL MISSION

  1. Compatibility of Programme with Institutional Mission: The programme is compatible with institutional mission at it is also said to increase student knowledge of the main principle of the theory and practice of Mechanical Engineering as well preparing them for studies and relevant career; both the local and international environment.
  2. Relevance to national needs: The programme is relevance to National need as graduates are prepared to have the ability to apply knowledge and skills to solve theoretical and practical problems in Engineering in relation to National and social problem
  • Sources and availability of staff for the programmes provide evidence if any

COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR 300 LEVEL

 

MEE 311: Mechanics of Machines I     (2 Units)

 

Basic principles of kinematics and motion. Mechanics or linkages, displacement, motion and instantaneous centers. Relative velocities and accelerations in mechanics. Rolling and sliding contact. Cams. Gear trains.  Forces analysis of Mechanisms (Static and Dynamic). Dynamically equivalent systems. Balancing of rotating and reciprocating masses. Turning moment diagrams and flywheels. Governors. Friction in Machines.

 

MEE 312: Thermodynamics I     (2 Units)

 

Systems, stages , property, interactions, equilibrium, cycle, point and path functions temperature, etc. Thermodynamic properties of Pure substances: Perfect gas, specific and latent heats, equations of state. Phases of pure substances- solids, liquid and gases. Phases Equilibria and changes in critical point, properties of vapours, use of thermodynamics tables. Heat and work transfer: First law of thermodynamics, general energy equation and Bernoulli’s equation. Engine cycles, air –standard cycle, Otto-cycle, simple gas turbine cycle, Carnot cycle, heat pump, etc.Second law of thermodynamics, entropy irreversibility.

 

MEE 313: Fluid Mechanics I           (2 Units)

 

Fundamental notions and Definitions: Continuum property, density, pressure, specific volume, surface tension, viscous compressibility, etc. Fluid statics: Hydrostatic forces on submerged surfaces in incompressible fluid, pressure variation in static fluids, floatation, stability considerations of floating bodies. Dynamics of Fluid Flow: Systems and control volume approach to the basic and subsidiary laws for continuous media leading to the development of conservation equations of mass and momentum. Euler’s equation, Bernoulli’s equation. Introduction to incompressible Viscous flow: Flow of Newtonian fluids in pipes- pressure drop and shear stress in pipe flows, velocity distribution, Reynolds number and its significance. Dimensional Analysis: philosophy of dimensional analysis in engineering, dimensional homogeneity, similitude, Buchingams’s Pi-Theorem, Important dimensionless groups in engineering. Flow Measurements: Flow Meters and flow measurement, head flow meters in closed and open conduits mechanical and electromagnetic flow meters, scale errors in flow measurement.

 

MEE 314: Engineering Drawing     (2 Units)

 

Sections and conventions.Auxiliary views.  Pictorial drawings. Conventions. Practices and standards. Drawing of machine elements.Working drawing. Pipe drawing. Fasteners, welding drawing. Building drawing.

 

MEE 315: Engineering Laboratory I          (2 Units)

Experiments related to strength of materials and basic stress analysis and material science. Computer data acquisition and data analysis.

 


 

EEE 313: Electrical Machines I       (2 Units)                                 

Review of electromechanical energy conversion, rotating magnetic fields, performance and methods of speed control of DC machines, induction motors, linear induction motors, circle diagrams, power transformers, parallel operation of 3-phase transformers.

 

EEE 316 : Electrical Machines Laboratory I         (1 Unit)

A laboratory work on electrical machines designed to illustrate topics covered in Electromechanical Devices and Machines.

 

GEE 311: Engineering Mathematics III     (3 Units)

Linear Algebra – Elements of Matrices, determinants, Inverse of matrix, Theory of linear equations, eigen-values and eigenvectors. Analytic geometry – co-ordinate transformation: solid geometry polar, cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates.  Elements of functions of several variables.  Numerical differentiation, solution of ordinary differential equation, Curve fitting.  Simple linear programming, Simple Applications.Vector Theory – Dot product, cross product, divergence, curl and D operators.

 

CPE 311:        Data Communication and Computer Networking            (3 Units)

Review of switching techniques and networks: communication networks, switching techniques (circuit, message and packet switching) and comparison of switched communication techniques and broadcast networks. Classification of networks, topology and transmission media and their implementation: broad- and base- band, LAN, WAN, MAN, etc. ISO/OSI Reference Models: the layered approach, OSI model, TCP/IP protocol suite, transport protocol and network architecture. Interfacing and internetworking: data interface standards and MODEMS, principle of networking, the bridge and routing with bridge, access service, gateway devices, connectionless internet protocol standards and router-level protocols. Local area networks (lans): network topology (Bus, Star and Ring), access methods (CSMA-CD and CSMA-CA), token passing media (cable and wireless) and LAN protocol performance standards. Network operating systems and applications: virtual terminal protocols, file transfer protocols, electronic mail, the integrated digital network, ISDN transmission structure and protocols, broadband ISDM (multimedia), frame relay and ATM. Internet: service, tools and service providers. Pre-requisite: GEE 216 

 

ENT 311: Entrepreneurial Skills I              (2 Units)

The course focuses the attention of the students to the practical aspects of entrepreneurship by venturing into the following categories: Agriculture/Agro Allied (fish farming, crop production, animal husbandry such as poultry, piggery, goat etc,  groundnut oil making, horticulture (vegetable garden, flower garden), poultry), Services (bakery, radio/TV repairs, barbing/ hair dressing salon, car wash, catering, courier, event planning, fashion design, vehicle maintenance, film production, interior decoration, laundry, music production, phone call centre, rental, restaurant, tailoring/ knitting, viewing centre), Manufacturing (carving, weaving, sanitary wares, furniture making, shoe making, plastic making, table making, bead making, bag making, sachet water production, cosmetics, detergents), Commerce (buying and selling, purchasing and supply, bookkeeping, import and export etc), Information & Communication Technology (ICT) (business centre, computer maintenance, handsets repairs, internet cafe etc), Mining/Extraction (kaolin, coal mining, metal craft such as blacksmith, tinsmith etc, vegetable oil/and salt extractions etc), Environment (fumigation, household cleaning waste disposal etc), Tourism (car hire, craft work, hotel/catering, recreation centre), Power (generator mechanic, refrigeration/air conditioning, electricity wiring etc), Production/Processing (glassware production/ceramic, metal working/fabrication, steel and aluminum door and windows, paper production water treatment/conditioning/packaging, brick laying, bakery, iron welding, building drawing, tailoring, carpentry, leather tanning, printing, food processing/packaging/preservation). Students are to select two of the following areas of interest for practical. Topics should also include Products/Service Exhibition and Quality Control, Business Ownership Structures, Mentorship.

 

GEE 321: Engineering Mathematics IV     (3 units)

Fourier series, Euler coefficient, even and odd functions, sine and cosine function, simple applications. Gamma, Beta and probability functions.SimpleApplications.Differential equation of second order – series solutions.Legendre and Bessel functions and their properties.Gradient.Line, surface and volume integrals and related theorems.

 

GEE 322: Engineering Communication     (2 units)                     

Professional use of English Language for letters, specification, description of charts,graphs, tables and writing of proposal and reports. Case studies of major professional presentation of reports and proposal.

 

GEE 323:  Engineering Economics             (3 units)                     

The nature and scope of economics.Basic concepts of engineering economy. Interest formulae, discounted cash flow, present worth, equivalent annual growth and rate of return comparisons. Replacement analysis.Breakdownanalysis.Benefit-cost analysis.Minimum acceptable rate of union.Judging attractiveness of proposed investment.

 

MEE 321: Manufacturing Technology       (2 units)

 

Deformation solids- dislocations and their role in deformation of single and polycrystalline materials; elastic and plastic deformation twinning, in polymers. Strengthening materials- principles of strengthening; cold work, grain size, single and multiphase materials, precipitation hardening. Polymers; cross linking, additives; composite materials. Diffusion in metals- mechanism and applications; phase transformations- principles –nucleation working; production processes – Recrystallization and grain growth; hot working; production processes. Detailed casting methods; power metallurgy; forming operations- extrusion, forging, rolling and drawing welding and soldering.

 

MEE 322: Workshop  Practice        (2 units)

Workshop setting; Types of workshop equipment, machines and materials; Use ofinstruments and tools, Machine operation practice; Safety procedures inworkshops.

 

MEE 323: Engineering Metallurgy I           (2 units)

Steels – cast irons, plain carbon steels, iron-  carbon diagram; time- temperature –m transformation (T.T.T) diagrams ( austenite, bainite, martensite structure ); heat treatment of steels ( annealing and tempering processes) ; surface hardening of steels, alloy steels. Non- ferrous metals and alloys – copper, aluminium, tin, zinc, gold, lead. Diffusion in solids; Oxidation and Corrosion of metals.

 

MEE 342 : Engineering Laboratory II       (2 units)

Experiments related to fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. Calibration and  uncertainty. Performance testing of an internal combustion engine.

 

EEE 323: Electrical Machines II     (2 units)

Performance of synchronous machines, parallel operation of synchronous generators, fractional horse-power motors, single-phase induction motors, universal motors.  Reluctance motors, hysteresis motors.  Faults on machines, methods of starting and protection of machines.

 

CIE 324: Design Of Structures I     (3 units)

Fundamentals of design process, materials selection, building regulations and codes of practice. Design philosophy, elastic design: limit state design. Design of structural elements in Reinforced concrete.

 

ENT 321: Entrepreneurial Skills II             (2 Units)

The course is a continuation of ENT 311. It focuses the attention of the students on creativity, feasibility study, legal framework, governmental policies, business negotiation, etc.  Students should select two areas of interest for practical and exhibition. At the end of the semester students will undertake excursion and internship and produce report.

 

GEE 399: Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) II (2 units)

Students proceeds on industrial training for on the job experience in the industry. (10 weeks during long vacation following 300level).

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR 400 LEVEL

MEE 411: Auto Workshop Practice           (2 units)

Experiment related to advanced mechanical engineering topics including free and forced vibrations for first- and multi-degree of freedom systems. Measurement of elements experiencing combined stresses.

 

MEE 412:  Thermodynamics II       (2 units)

 

Thermodynamic properties of pure substances: properties of ideal and real gases. Mixture: mixtures of perfect gases, mixture of gas and saturated vapour psychometry applications. Power transfer system: introduction to vapour power cycles, Rankine with--- reheat. Second law Topics : Gibbs and Hellmboibs free energies. Irreversibility and availability, principle of maximum work, Thermodynamics potentials.

 

MEE 413: Fluid Mechanics II          (2 units)

 

Viscous Flow Theory: Mechanism of viscosity ; Equations of motion for viscous Newtonian fluids; Navier- Stokes equation for Laminar flows; simplified forms and some exact solution; Laminar velocity distribution. Elementary channel flow, introduction to turbulence. Some application of viscous  flow theory- the introduction to the concepts of circulation, irrotationality, velocity potential and stream functions. Inviscid equations in general forms; boundary conditions for inviscid flows.Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations and their elementary solutions, elementary flows and the principle of superposition. Lift and drag on cylinders; D’Alenbert’s paradox. Kutta-joukoweskicondition.Introduction to aerofoil theory. Power systems: Mechanical power system, their application and operations. Drive requirements for mechanical equipments; pumps, fans, machine tools cranes and heitraction. Thermodynamics.Thermal and hydraulic power system, their principles and operation principles of air conditioning and refrigeration. Introduction to heat transfer. Heat exchangers.

 

MEE 414: Heat and Mass Transfer I          (2 units)

Fuels and oxidants. Chemical reactions and equations; mass conservation , mass balance, ideal and real reactions. Standardized energy and enthalpy, maximum and adiabatic flame temperature. Dissociation and chemical equilibrium. introduction to Heat transfer. Modes of heat transfer, conduction heat transfer. Steady state one- dimensional conduction equation for plane wall, circular cylindrical and spherical bodies, pipe lagging. Heat electricity analogies. Fluid- solid- fluid systems: Convection transfer, type of convection heat transfer – forced, free, dimensionless groups, thermal boundary layer, its development.

 

MEE 415: Mechanical Engineering Design I         (3 units)

 

Philosophy of Design. Design flow charts, design selection charts, design components, design specifications – basis, justification. Detail design (quantitative and qualitative). Engineering materials in design. Stress and deflection analysis, Design against failure, power screws. Detachable fasteners. Shafting design.

 

MEE 416: Engineering Communication     (2 units)

Digital control systems, dynamic response modelling, design and compensation techniques.

 

MEE 417: Mechanics of Machines II          (3 units)

 

Basic concepts in vibration, free vibration, Damped free vibration. Harmonically forced vibration. Vibration of 2- degree of freedom systems. Multi- degree of freedom vibrating systems. Vibration of lumped parameter systems.

 

MEE 418: Engineering Lab III       (3 units)

Experiment related to heat transfer in forced and natural convection. Computer data acquisition and data analysis.

 

GEE 411: Technical Report Writing and Presentation     (2 units)

Technical report writing, business and research proposal, Thesis and Dissertations, power point and slides formation, logical presentation of papers,  Art of public speaking and oral communication.

 

GEE 412:  Engineering Mathematics V and Numerical Methods            (3 units)         

  • Complex variables – advanced topics, differentiation and integration of complex functions. Cauchy – Rieman equations: Related theorems: Laplace and Fourier transforms – Applications, introduction to non-linear differential equations – stability and Applications, Probability – Elements of probability, density and distribution functions, moments, standard distribution, etc., Statistics – Regression and correlation – Large sampling theory.  Test hypothesis and quality control.
  • Introduction to Partial differential equations. Fundamental equations of mathematical physics. Classification of quasi-linear differential equations of the second order.  Properly posed initial and boundary value problems for linear differential equations of the second order.  Correctness of properly posed problems of mathematical physics.  Problems in heat transfer (parabolic equation); wave propagation (hyperbolic equations); steady-state (elliptic equation).  Problems in different co-ordinate systems, boundary value problems.
  • Numerical methods polynomials and their zeros – methods of bisection, Newton, Bairstow, synthetic division and Lehmer; Direct methods for the solution of linear equations; Iterative process, its application to the solution of simultaneous linear equations; convergence; interpolation and differentiation method in Numerical integration – Newton Coates formulae and finite difference methods; The eigen system problem Solution of ordinary differential equations – methods of Taylor, Euler, Predictor – Corrector and Runge-Kutta. Use of appropriate software packages (e.g. Matlab) should be encouraged.

 

 

EEE 411: Control Engineering I     (3 units)

Basic concepts and examples of control systems; Feedback, Time response analysis, concept of stability, Routh-Hurwitz criterion; Root-locus techniques, Frequency-response analysis, Polar and Bode plots, Nyquist stability criteria.  Nicholas chart, compensation techniques chart, compensation techniques, introduction to non-linear systems.

ENT 411: Entrepreneurship Development I                      (1 Unit)

This course further exposes the students to the entrepreneurial process of writing feasibility studies and business plans.  The students are required to form cooperative societies in order to collaboratively generate business ideas and funds. Topics should include models of wealth creation, sustainability strategies, financial/ investment intelligence and international business.  Students are to select one area of interest for practical and exhibition. The programme involves Recognition, Reward and Awards (RRAs) and Mentorship.

 

GEE 499: Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) III (6 units)           

All 400 Level Engineering Students proceed on Six months industrial attachment. The placement of students must be in the industries/companies relevant and related to the student’s field of study. Academic staff of the various Departments in conjunction with the industries are to ensure adequate and proper participation and supervision of the students on industrial training.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR 500 LEVEL

 

MEE 511: Thermodynamics III      (2 Units)

Non-ideal pure substances. Equations of state and compressibility factors. General thermodynamic relations, Maxwell’s relations, T-ds equations, energy equations, Claudius Claperon equation difference in heat capacities, Joule Thompson’s coefficient. Mixtures and solutions; Fugacity and activity coefficients. Thermodynamics of chemical reactions first law and second law analyses or reacting systems. Dissociation and equilibrium constants. Introduction to phase and chemical equilibrium.

 

MEE 512: Fluid Mechanics              (2 Units)

Fluids for power transmission, basic fluid power components – pump, relief valve, non-return valve, fixed and variable area restrictors, pressure compensated pump, motors, actuators, hydraulic stiffness of a pneumatic system, aeration, applications to automatic control, systems, dynamics, actuator systems pressure and speed control, hydraulic and pneumatic servomechanisms, fluid amplifiers, block and signal flow diagrams. Advantages and disadvantages of non-moving part devices, auxiliary equipment, circuit design and applications. Unsteady Flow: oscillatory flows in manometers oscillator of two reservoirs; inertia pressure in pipelines opening and closing of valves; propagation of elastic waves, water hammer, surge tank and vivatation. Further topics on boundary layer theory and one- dimensional gas dynamics.

 

MEE 513: Heat And Mass Transfer II       (2 Units)

Natural and forced convection, radiation, combined  heat transfer, heat transfer with change of phase, solar energy. Extended surfaces, heat exchangers, selection criteria.

 

MEE 514: Mechanical Engineering Design II        (2 Units)

Bolts, brakes, clutches and couplings, gears, spring, rope, belt and chain drives  hoists. Weloment design. Surface finish, friction and bearings. Pressure cylinders. Motor selection. Vibration and design.

 

MEE 515: Thermal Power I            (2 Units)

Carnot cycle, Rankine cycle, Regenerative cycle, Binary Vapour cycle, Special turbines, the working fluid. Thermionic, thermoelectric and magneto- hydrodynamic converters, fuel cells.Other energy sources, energy management, energy storage.

 

GEE 513: Engineering Management, Cost And Evaluation        (3 Units)

  • Engineering Management

Principles of organization; element of organization, management by objectives. Financial management, accounting methods, financial statements, cost planning and control, budget and budgetary control. Depreciation accounting and valuation of assets. Personnel management selection recruitment and training job evaluation and merit rating. Industrial psychology. Resources management contracts interest formulae, rate of return. Methods of economic evaluation. Planning decision making; forecasting, scheduling. Production control, Gantt Chart, CPM and PERT. Optimization, linear programming as an aid to decision making transport and materials handling. Raw materials and equipment. Facility layout and location. Basic principles of work study. Principles of motion economy. Ergonomics in the design of equipment and process.

  • Engineering Costing

Cost and schedule management- an engineering function. Supporting skills and knowledge. Role of cost engineer during evaluation phase. Role of cost engineer during the basic design phase. Role of cost engineer in contractor selection. Role of cost engineer during detailed engineering design phase. Role of cost engineer during construction. Cost engineering function as distinct from design engineering function. Canon of ethics for cost engineers. Basic capital cost estimating. Basic operating cost estimating. Basic project planning and scheduling. Cost engineering terminology, Cost engineering standards.

 

  • Engineering Evaluation/Appraisal

Objectives of valuation work/ valuer’s primary duty and responsibility. Valuer’s obligation to his or her client, to other valuers, and to the society. Valuation methods and practices. Valuation reports. Expert witnessing. Ethics in valuation. Valuation/ Appraisal standards. Price, cost and value. Depreciation and obsolescence. Valuation terminology. Appraisal reporting and review. Real property valuation. Personal property valuation. Machinery and equipment valuation. Oil and gas valuation. Mines and quarries valuation.

 

MEE 516: Environmental Management     (2 Units)

Total quality assurance, waste management, effluent characterisation and
treatment, regulations and guidelines for emissions.

 

MEE 517: Reliability And Maintenance I (2 Units)

Maintenance: Concepts and Definitions of maintenance, Role of Engineering organization, Engineering maintenance and corporate survival. Relevant Maintenance Functions: Human understanding/ appreciation, planning, Human resource development, Materials and spare parts Management, Documentation and Behavioural influence.

 

MEE 518 : Renewable Energy And Waste Management I           (2 Units)

Current energy requirement. Growth infusion energy requirement. Review of convectional energy resource-coal, gas, oil reserves and resources, tar sands and oil shale. Nuclear energy option. Introduction to Waste & waste processing: Definitions, sources, types and composition of various types of waste; Characterisation of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), waste collection and transportation, recycling processes of solid waste.

 

MEE 521: Mechanical Engineering Design III      (3 Units)

Students will solve actual design problems from industry, they are to work in small groups directly with the industries and must submit their solutions and write a report at the end.

 

MEE 522: Engineering Metallurgy II         (2 Units)

Testing for failure including N.D.T. and metallography; metallic corrosion and prevention; fracture mechanisms; creep and creep mechanisms. Fatigue and fatigue mechanisms; ductile fracture mechanism; brittle fracture mechanisms; failure of components; fractography, design considerations to overcome fracture/ future applications of N.D.T.

 

MEE 599: Project (First and Second Semesters)   (6 Units)

This course lasts for one academic session.  Each student must undertake a project under the supervision of a lecturer, submit a comprehensive project report and present a seminar at the end of the year.  A project status report is to be presented at the end of the first semester.  Each student must attend Engineering Seminars.

 

300 Level

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Course Credits

Pre-requisite

First Semester

 

 

 

 

 

MEE 311

Mechanics of Machines I

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 312

Thermodynamics I

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 313

Fluid Mechanics I

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 314

Engineering Drawing

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 315

Engineering Laboratory I

2

0

0

2

 

EEE 313

Electrical Machine I

2

0

0

2

 

EEE 316

Electrical Machine Laboratory

2

0

0

1

 

GEE 311

Engineering Mathematics III

3

0

0

3

 

CPE 311

Data Communication and computer Networking

3

0

0

3

 

ENT 311

Entrepreneurial Skills I

2

0

0

2

 

 

 

 

21

 

 

 

                         Second Semester

 

 

 

 

 

GEE 321

Engineering Mathematics IV

3

0

0

3

 

GEE 322

Engineering Communication

2

0

0

2

 

GEE 323

Engineering Economics

3

0

0

3

 

MEE 321

Manufacturing Technology

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 322

Workshop Practice

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 323

Engineering Metallurgy I

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 342

Engineering Lab II

2

0

0

2

 

EEE 323

Electrical Machines II

2

0

0

2

 

CIE 324

Design of Structures I

3

0

0

3

 

ENT 321

Entrepreneurial Skills II

2

0

0

2

 

GEE 399

Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES ) II

2

0

0

2

 

 

Total Unit

 

25

 

Total Units (First & Second Semesters)

 

46

 

               

 

400 LEVEL

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Course Credits

Pre-requisite

First Semester

 

 

 

 

 

MEE 411

Auto Workshop Practice

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 412

Thermodynamics II

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 413

Fluid Mechanics II

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 414

Heat and Mass Transfer I

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 415

Mechanical Engineering Design I

3

0

0

3

 

MEE 416

Engineering Communication

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 417

Mechanics of Machines II

3

0

0

3

 

MEE 418

Engineering Lab III

3

-

-

3

 

GEE 411

Technical Report Writing and Presentation

2

0

0

2

 

GEE 412

Engineering Mathematics V and Numerical Methods

3

-

-

3

 

EEE 411

Control Engineering

3

0

0

3

 

ENT 411

Entrepreneurship Development I

1

0

0

1

 

 

Total Credits

 

 

 

28

 

 

 

500 LEVELS

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Course Credits

Pre-requisite

First Semester

 

 

 

 

 

MEE 511

Thermodynamics III

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 512

Fluid Dynamics

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 513

Heat and Mass Transfer II

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 514

Mechanical Engineering Design II

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 515

Thermal Power I

2

0

0

2

 

GEE 513

Engineering Management, cost and Evaluation

3

0

0

3

 

MEE 599

Project

0

0

3

3

 

Electives

 

 

 

 

 

MEE 516

Environmental Management

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 517

Reliability and Maintenance I

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 518

Renewable Energy and Waste Management

2

0

0

2

 

 

Total Unit

 

22

 

                               Second  Semester

 

 

 

 

 

MEE 521

Mechanical Engineering Design III

3

0

0

3

 

MEE 522

Engineering Metallurgy II

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 599

Project

0

0

3

3

 

GEE 523

Engineering Law

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 523

Heat and Mass Transfer III

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 524

Thermal Power II

2

0

0

2

 

ENT 421

Entrepreneurship Development II

1

0

0

1

 

                                                                             Electives

MEE 528

Renewable Energy and Waste Management  II

2

0

0

2

 

MEE 529

Reliability and Maintenance II

2

0

0

2

 

Total Unit                                                                      19

Total Units (First & Second Semesters)                     41

               

 

Basic Admission Requirements and Expected Duration of The Programmes

The basic admission requirements for the Departments in the Faculty of Engineering shall include:

Admission Requirements for UTME

The minimum admission requirement for Engineering disciplines are passes at credit level in the Senior Secondary School final year examination or GCE ‘O’ Level in five subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Physics and Chemistry.  Candidates are also required to have acceptable pass in the UTME. 

Admission Requirements for Direct Entry

For Direct Entry, candidates must have passes in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at GCE ‘A’ level or equivalent.  Holders of OND and HND at minimum of upper credit level are eligible for consideration for admission into 200 and 300 levels respectively.

Minimum Duration

The minimum duration for any programme in the Faculty of Engineering is five academic sessions for candidates who enter through the UTME.  Candidates who enter through the Direct Entry will spend a minimum of four academic sessions provided that they satisfy all the other University requirements.

Departments & Research