Department Of Mechanical Engineering Courseware


COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Workshop Safety
Week 3-4: Classification of Machine Shop Marking Out Tools
Week 5-6: Machine Shop Measurement Tools and Types
Week 7-8: Carpentry
Week 9-10: The Use of Fitting Tools
Week 11: Metal Arc and Oxy-Acetylene Welding
Week 12: The Use of Machining Process /Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week Number
Module Description
1 - 2
Statics: Laws of statics, system of forces and their properties, Simple problems, Friction.
3
Particle dynamics: Kinematics of plane motion. Newton's laws- Kinetics of particles, momentum and energy methods.
4 - 5
Kinematics of rigid body- velocity and acceleration diagrams for simple problems.
Kinetics of rigid bodies- Two dimensional motion of rigid bodies, energy and momentum,
6 - 7
Kinetic energy in general plane motion, power in general plane motion, Mass…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Introduction to Drawing Equipment and Dimensioning
Week 3-4: Geometrical Construction of Shapes
Week 5-6: Construction Involving Circles, Tangency and Loci
Week 7-8: Isometric and Orthographic Projections
Week 9-10: Development of Solids
Week 11: Intersection or Interpenetration of Solids
Week 12: Revision


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Use of drawing instruments, lettering, dimensioning, layout of engineering drawing.
Engineering graphics – Geometrical construction of shapes, conic sections – ellipse,
parabola and hyperbola. Development and intersection of curve and solids. Projection of
lines, planes and solids. Orthographic and isometric projections with simple examples,
thread fasteners. Pictorial/Freehand Sketching, conventional practices. Introduction to
Computer graphics. AutoCAD: Getting started with AutoCAD, intermediate AutoCAD,
introduction to 3d drafting, Advanced AutoCAD. Application of AutoCAD in Engineering
Drawing, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and other Engineering Designs.


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Definition, Domestic, Commercial and Industrial energy consumption and management. Green
computing, solar lamp, energy saving lamp, and power usage effectiveness. Building performance,
energy-efficient landscaping, window insulation film and phase out of incandescent bulbs.
Renewable energy for sustainable development with emphasis and practical demonstration on
Solar, Wind and Hydro-Electric power generation as it relates to our environment. Waste
management, Waste to wealth: Challenges and Prospect. Waste disposal, collection, removal and
recycling. Experimental production of biogas within the University community.


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