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Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 195

ANNEXURE O: CURRICULUM OF

BE MECHANICAL PROGRAMME

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 197

SEMESTER 1

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 199

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: MATH-105 Calculus & Vector Algebra

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book: 1. Calculus, Earl W. Swokowski, Michael Olinick, Dennis

Pence, Jeffery A. Cole, 6th Edition, Pws Pub Co, 1994

2. Calculus & Analytical Geometry, G.B. Thomas and R.L.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Understand the concept of limit / continuity /

derivatives / apply the derivatives to find extrema.

PLO 2 C2

2 Understand the notions of definite and indefinite

integration / techniques of integration / apply the

definite integrals to compute lengths of curves / area

of regions / volume of solids.

PLO 2 C2

3 Develop an understanding of sequences and series /

use different tests to check the convergence of the

series.

PLO 2 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Vectors, Scalars and Vector products.

2. Limits & continuity, techniques of finding limits.

3. Techniques of differentiation, Tangent lines and rates of change.

4. Chain rule, implicit differentiation, and linear approximation.

5. Extreme functions, Mean value theorems, Concavity.

6. Optimization Problems, velocity and Acceleration.

7. Techniques of Indefinite integration

8. Definite integrals, properties of definite integrals.

9. Solids of revolution, Volumes by Cylindrical shell & Cross section

10. Arc length, Surface of revolution, Centre of mass

11. Properties, Differential and Integration of Transcendental function

12. Indeterminate forms and L Hospital rule, trigonometric integrals.

13. Integrals of Rational, Improper integrals.

14. Sequence & Series

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 200

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: CS-102 Computer Systems and Programming

Credit Hours: 04

Contact Hours: (2, 2)

Text Book(s): 1. Turbo C Programming for the PC Robert Lafore

2. C++ How to Program, Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel,

Third Edition, Prentice Hall. 2000

3. Object-Oriented Programming in C++, Robert Lafore,

Fourth Edition, Sams Publishers, 2001

Reference Book(s): 1. Richard P. Halpern: C for Yourself, Oxford University

Press, 1996

2. B.J. Holmes: Programming with ANSI C, 1996, DP

Publications

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Evaluate programming construct and articulate how it is

used to achieve desired output using C++

PLO 2 C3

2 Program a computer-based solution to a well-defined

problem. This includes developing a general flow of logic,

identifying the variables, conditional/iterative execution,

fail conditions.

PLO 5 C3

3 Articulate use of correct programming methodology for a

given problem based on optimal/efficient design.

PLO 2 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to Computers:

a. Computer components and systems

b. Networks

c. Operating Systems

2. Programming:

a. Overview: What is programming? Computer configuration, algorithms, flowcharts,

computer languages, generations and levels of programming languages, data and

results, a typical IDE (Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0).

b. Data: Data types, data representation, identifiers, reserved words, variables,

constants

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c. Input and Output: Standard Library, output, address operator, input, string i/o,

character i/o, escape sequences, assignment statement, type casting.

d. Operators: Arithmetic operators, operator precedence, associativity

e. Selection: Relational and logical operators, if, if/else, nested if’s, conditional

operator, conditional expressions, switch.

f. Repetition: While, do/while, for (;;), break and continue statements.

g. Functions: Programmer defined functions, library functions, storage classes, scope,

parameter passing, and recursion.

h. Arrays: Input and output of data, searching, sorting, array of characters, arrays as

parameters.

i. Structures: Structure declaration, accessing structure members, arrays of structures,

passing structures as function arguments.

j. Pointers: Address and indirection operators, pointer arithmetic, pointers and arrays,

call by value and call by reference, dynamic memory allocation.

k. Files: Opening and closing files, reading and writing text files.

l. Introduction to Object Oriented Programming: Classes, instantiation, member

arguments.

3. Introduction to Data Structures

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 202

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-110 Engineering Drawing and Graphics

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (1, 3)

Text Book(s): 1. First Year Engineering Drawing by A. C. Parkinson

2. Geometrical Drawing by N. D. Bhatt.

Reference Book(s): 1. Engineering Drawing and Design by Cecil Jensen and Jay

D. Helsel

2. Engineering Graphics by Craft Meyer and Boyer

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Comprehend the science of Engineering Drawing, so that

they are able to convey their creative ideas effectively and

make them familiarize with various machine components

used.

PLO 1 C2

2 To effectively read , understand and reproduce

engineering drawing

PLO 1 P3

3 To design and construct the individual ideas of products in

the form of a complete engineering drawing.

PLO 3 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Engineering Drawing

a. Types of lines and usage

b. Drawing Instruments and usage

c. Sheet Planning and Dimensioning

d. Orthographic projection, First and Third Angle

e. Sectional Drawing

f. Isometric Drawing

g. Assembly Drawing

h. Standard Part Drawing

2. Graphical Drawing

a. Projection of points on different planes

b. Projection and Traces of lines

c. Projection and Traces of planes

d. Introduction to auxiliary and oblique planes and views

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e. Loci of points and generated curves

f. Types of solids, development and projection of solids

g. Section of solids on principal and auxiliary planes

h. Introduction to intersection of solids and surfaces

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 204

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-121 Workshop Practice

Credit Hours: 1-2

Contact Hours: (1, 6)

Text Book(s): 1. W.A. Chapman, Workshop Technology, Part I& II Arnold

Pub, Fifth Edition, Group 1989

Reference Book(s): 1. W.A. Chapman, Workshop Technology, Part III, Arnold

Pub, Third Edition, Group 1989

2. Any book of manufacturing processes.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No. CLO PLO Level of Learning

1. Acquire and demonstrate skills in performing basic

manufacturing processes by practicing assigned tasks.

1 P-3

2. Should develop an assigned product using available

manufacturing processes, through their own hands.

3 C-5

3. Demonstrate ability to work in a team by participating in group

projects.

9 C-3

Details of Syllabus

1. Basic theory of the following shops.

a. Fitting shop

b. Wood work shop

c. Electrical shop

d. Forging shop

e. Foundry Shop

f. Elementary Machine shop

g. Welding shop.

h. Gear making shop.

2. Practice on job in each shop.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 205

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: HU-100 English

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Grammar

a. Practical English Grammar by A.J. Thomson and

A.V. Martinet. Exercises 1. Third edition. Oxford

University Press. 1997. ISBN 0194313492

b. Practical English Grammar by A.J. Thomson and

A.V. Martinet. Exercises 2. Third edition. Oxford

University Press. 1997. ISBN 0194313506

2. Writing

a. Writing. Intermediate by Marie-Christine Boutin,

Suzanne Brinand and Francoise Grellet. Oxford

Supplementary Skills. Fourth Impression 1993. ISBN

019 435405 7 Pages 20-27 and 35-41.

a. Reading. Upper Intermediate. Brain Tomlinson and

RodEllis. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Third

Impression 1992. ISBN 0 19 453402 2.

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate basics of grammar, parts of speech and use of

articles by written work P10 C3

2 Demonstrate ability to discuss general topics and everyday

conversation through oral discussions P10 A2

3 Perform analysis of phrases, clause and sentence

structure given in a statement / problem

P10 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Functional English.

a. Basics of Grammar

b. Parts of speech and use of articles

c. Sentence structure

d. Active and passive voice

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e. Practice in unified sentence

f. Analysis of phrase

g. Clause and sentence structure

h. Transitive and intransitive verbs

i. Punctuation and spelling

2. Comprehension

a. Answers to questions on a given text

3. Discussion

a. General topics and every day conversation (topics for discussion to be at the

discretion of the teacher keeping in view the level of students)

4. Listening

a. To be improved by showing documentaries/films carefully selected by

subject teachers)

5. Translation skills

a. Urdu to English

6. Paragraph writing

a. Topics to be chosen at the discretion of the teacher

7. Presentation skills

a. Introduction

b. Extensive reading is required for vocabulary building

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 207

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: HU-101 Islamic Studies

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Islamic Education by A.S. Bukhari & M . D Zafar

Reference Book(s): 1. Muslim’s Character by M. Alghazali

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate the understanding of fundamental human

rights and relation with non-Muslims through discussion

on related issues

P6 C2

2 Demonstrate knowledge of Islamic civilization and moral

values through assignments / exam questions

P8 C2

Details of Syllabus

1. Subjective Study of the Holy Quran and Hadith

a. The meaning of Islam:

c. Amr Bil Baroof wa Nabi anll Munkir (Commands and Prohibition)

d. Unity of Ummah

e. Kasb-I-Halal (Lawful Earning)

f. Fundamental Human Rights

g. Relation with non-Muslims

2. Holy Prophet - As a Model of excellence

3. The System of Morality Development

4. Islamic Civilization

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 209

SEMESTER 2

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 211

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: MATH-121 Linear Algebra and ODEs

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig, 10th

edition, Wiley Publishers, 2011

Reference Book(s): 1. Glyn James, Modern Engineering mathematics

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Define and demonstrate properties of matrices

used to solve systems of linear equation

PLO 2 C3

2 Solve first and higher order ODEs using

conventional methods

PLO 2 C3

3 Apply the Laplace transform to solve initial

value problems.

PLO 2 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to matrices, Algebra of matrices, Special matrices.

2. Determinants and their properties.

3. Linear independence, bases, Vector space.

4. System of linear equation. Gauss elimination

5. Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors.

6. Introduction to Differential Equations

a. ODE of First order and first degree

b. ODEs of second and higher orders.

c. Non-homogeneous linear differential equations.

d. System of linear differential equations.

e. Solution of ODEs using Laplace Transforms.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 212

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: CH-101 Applied Chemistry

Credit Hours: 03

Contact Hours: (2, 1) or (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Modern Physical Chemistry, G.F. Liptrot, J.J. Thompson,

G.R. Walker, 4th Edition, Collins Educational Publishers, 1992.

Reference Book(s): 1. J.W Moore, W.G Davices: Collings: Chemistry

2. M.Z Iqbal Chemistry for BSc

3. G.R.V.Heeke; Karuikstic : Lasers in Chemistry

4. M A Usmani Engineering Chemistry el

5. F Shumura, Semiconductors Silicon, Crystal Technology

6. Brady, Russell, Hulum Chemistry for BSc

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate understanding of fundamental concepts of

matter by applying them to given situations / problems

P1 C2

2 Solve basic volumetric and solid state problems by

applying the solution chemistry and solid state laws

P1 C3

3 Demonstrate understanding of environment and hazards

related to it by applying to a given situation / problem

P1 C2

Details of Syllabus

1. Electro chemistry

2. Corrosion and its applications

3. Chemistry of engineering materials

4. High polymers

5. Thermo chemistry

6. Fuels

7. Solution Chemistry

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 213

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: PHY-102 Applied Physics

Credit Hours: 03

Contact Hours: (2, 1) or (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Advanced Physics, Tom Duncan, Latest edition, Hodder

Education Publishers.

Reference Book(s): Halliday & Resnick, Physics, Latest edition

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Define the basic terminologies related to applied physics P1 C1

2 Apply problem solving techniques used in applied physics

to relevant problems

P1 C2

3 Solve appropriate physics problems using vector

mathematics

P1 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Polarization and Speed of light.

2. EM Spectrum, Reflection & Refraction.

3. Geometrical optics of spherical mirrors and refracting surfaces.

4. Fiber Optics.

5. Simple Harmonic motion.

6. Waves in elastic media. (Strings and acoustical pipes).

7. General solutions to the wave equation.

8. Geometrical optics of spherical mirrors and refracting surfaces.

9. Thick and thin lenses.

10. Optical instruments.

11. Mechanical properties of materials.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 214

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: HU-107 Pakistan Studies

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. The Emergence of Pakistan, Chaudhry Muhammad Ali,

University of the Punjab, Lahore, 1979.

Reference Book(s): 1. Issue in Pakistan’s Economy by Akbar S. Zaidi.

2. Pakistan’s Foreign Policy: A Reappraisal by Shahid Amin

Mahmood.

3. Human Rights Pakistan Studies Compulsory HEC,

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Analyse the contemporary problems faced by Pakistan (social,

human resource, economic development, food safety / water

resources) through discussion

P6 C3

2 Demonstrate the understanding of political and constitutional

system of Pakistan through discussion P6 C2

Details of Syllabus

1. Genesis of Pakistan.

2. Development of Political & Constitutional System.

3. Economic Development in Pakistan.

4. Pakistan in the Comity of Nations.

5. Social & Environmental Problems in Pakistan.

6. Human Rights Issues.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 215

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Credit Hours: 1-1

Contact Hours: (4, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. G.R. Bertoline, E.M. Weibe, Fundamentals of Graphics

Communication, 5th edition, McGraw-Hill, New York.

Reference Book(s): 1. B. McFarlane, Beginning AUTOCAD 2004, 1st edition,

Elsevier

2. M.A. Drum, Wildfire 2.0 fundamentals.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Use the computer based graphics and modelling software

to design parts

PLO 5

C3

2 Develop a computer aided manufacturing programme PLO 3 C5

3 Feature based designing of complex geometries using

PLO 3 C5

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction

2. Geometric Modelling Systems

3. Wire frame Modelling Systems

4. Surface Modelling Systems

5. Solid Modelling Systems

6. Modelling Functions

7. Data Structure

8. Euler Operations

9. Calculation of Volumetric Properties

10. Non-manifold Modelling

11. Assembly Modelling Capabilities

12. Basis Functions of Assembly Modelling

13. Browsing an Assembly

14. Features of Concurrent Design

15. Use of Assembly Models

16. Simplification of Assemblies

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 216

17. Rapid Prototyping.

18. Introduction to modelling software e.g. Pro/E, Solid Edge/Works or as available.

19. Feature based designing of flat parts using CAD software

20. Introduction to CNC Tooling, Control Systems and Programming.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 217

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-112 Engineering Statics

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Engineering Mechanics – Statics, R. C. Hibbler

2. Engineering Mechanics:Volume 1: STATICS, J.L.Merriam

& L.G. Kraige, 7 edition, Wiley, 2011

Reference Book(s): 1. Vector Mechanics for Engineers, STATICS, 2nd SI Metric

Ed, By F.P. Beer and E.R. Johnston Jr

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1. Determine Resultant of force vectors in a plane or space

using Scalar or Vector approach PLO-1 C3

Scalar or Vector approach PLO 1 C3

3. Draw Free Body Diagram and apply equations of

equilibrium in 2 and 3 dimensions PLO-1 C3

4. Compute forces in members of trusses by method of

joints and method of sections PLO-1 C3

5. Solve problems which include frictional forces and

friction angles using equilibrium equations PLO-1 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Force Systems

2. Moment

3. Equilibrium

4. Structures

5. Friction

6. Centre of Gravity and Centroid

7. Moments of Inertia

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 218

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-130 Thermodynamics I

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Thermodynamics, An Engineering Approach, Cengel,

Younus A., Boles, Micheal A., Latest Edition, McGraw Hill

Inc.

Reference Book(s): 1. Fundamentals f Engineering Thermodynamics, Moran

Micheal J., John Wiley Inc Latest Edition.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1

To demonstrate understanding of the laws of

Thermodynamics by applying to a given

problem PLO 1 C3

2

To analyse the Thermodynamic Systems by

applying fundamental knowledge of

Thermodynamics PLO 2 C4

3 To propose solution of a given Thermodynamics

problem related to energy interaction PLO 2 C5

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction

2. Properties of pure substances

3. First law of thermodynamics (closed system)

4. First law of thermodynamics (open system)

5. Second law of thermodynamics

6. Second law of thermodynamics (entropy)

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 219

SEMESTER 3

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 221

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: MATH-241 Vector Calculus and PDEs

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig,10th

edition, Wiley Publishers, 2011

Reference Book(s): 1. Borisenko & Taranov, Vector and Tensor Analysis with

Applications.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate the basic properties of lines, planes or

surfaces by using analytical geometry PLO 2 C3

2 Compute Line, Surface or triple integrals by using

notions of vector calculus PLO 2 C3

3 Solve wave/ heat equation by using separation of

variables or Fourier series PLO 2 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Vectors, Scalars and Vector products.

2. Analytical Geometry in 3-space, Cylindrical and Spherical coordinates

3. Surfaces, Vector & Scalar functions and fields.

4. Curves, Tangents, Arc length of a curve.

5. Velocity, Acceleration, Curvature & Torsion of a curve.

6. Gradient of a Scalar Field and directional derivatives.

7. Divergence of a Vector Field

8. Curl. of a Vector Field

9. Gradient, Divergence and Curl in Curvilinear coordinates.

10. Line integral, integration around closed curves.

11. Application of double integrals, Green’s theorem.

12. Tangent planes, Surface normal.

13. Surface integrals

14. Triple integrals, Divergence theorem of Gauss.

15. Application of the Divergence theorem, modelling of heat flow.

16. Stokes’s theorem.

17. Solution of Partial differential equations

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 222

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: HU-109 Communication Skills

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

2. Gliden H.K, Reports, Technical Writing, and

Specifications; London, McGraw-Hill Book Company.

3. Steve M.Gerson/Sharon J. Gerson Technical Writing;

Addison Wesley Longman (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.

4. Better Vocabulary by Edie Schwager

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate written and oral multimedia presentation skills

by preparing presentation materials / assignments P10 C3

2 Demonstrate ability to give / receive clear instructions through

written communication P10 C3

3 Demonstrate the ability of effective written communication by

writing effective reports P10 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Speaking Skills

a. Phonetics in effective Communication

b. Phonetic Transcription

c. Pronunciation

d. Varieties of English

e. Stress and Intonation

f. Barriers in Effective Verbal Expression

g. Art of Discussion and Debate

h. Public Speaking.

j. Vocabulary Building.

a. Structure of English Language

b. Grammar and Syntax

c. Skimming of gist of a Text

d. Scanning for specific information

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f. Understanding of punctuation

g. Understanding context

h. Understanding the relationship between sentences and clauses in a text

i. Recognizing the effects of style

j. Making inferences

3. Presentation and listening skills:

a. Principles of Technical Communication

b. Multimedia and Paper Presentations

c. Presentation Practice by the students.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 224

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-210 Engineering Dynamics

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Engineering Mechanics – Dynamics, R. C. Hibbler

2. Engineering Mechanics: Volume 2: Dynamics, J.L.Merriam

& L.G. Kraige, 7

Reference Book(s): 1. Vector Mechanics for Engineers, DYNAMICS, 2nd SI

Metric Ed, By F.P. Beer and E.R. Johnston Jr.

2. Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics by Anthony Bedford and

Wallace Fowler. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.

1995.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1.

Draw Free Body Diagram and solve problems related to

particle or rigid body dynamics in 2-D or 3-D using

Newton’s second law applied to linear or angular

motion

PLO 1 C3

2.

Apply the principle of work and energy to solve

problems related to kinetics of particles or rigid body

planar kinetics.

PLO-1 C3

3.

Apply the principles of linear and angular momentum to

solve problems related to particles or to rigid body

planar kinetics.

PLO-1 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Kinematics of a Particle

2. Kinetics of a Particle: Force & Acceleration

3. Kinetics of a Particle: Work & Energy

4. Kinetics of a Particle: Impulse & Momentum

5. Planar Kinematics of a Rigid Body

6. Planar Kinetics of a Rigid Body: Force & Acceleration

7. Introduction to Planar Kinetics of a Rigid Body: Work & Energy

8. Introduction to Planar Kinetics of a Rigid Body: Impulse & Momentum

9. Introduction to Three Dimensional Kinematics and Kinetics of Rigid Bodies

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 225

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 226

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-220 Engineering Materials

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Material Science and Engineering: An Introduction,

William D. Callister Jr., 8th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

2010

Reference Book(s): 1. Elements of Materials Science and Engineering by L. H.

Van Vlack. World Student Series Edition, Addison-Wesley

Publishing Company. 1989.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Describe bonding / properties / solidification /

crystallisation / defects using miller indices /

metallography.

P1 C2

2 Demonstrate understanding engineering material’s

structure by using material related data.

P1 C3

3 Analyse material properties obtained from mechanical

testing of different materials through experimental

techniques / provided experimental data.

P1 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to Materials background, development along the civilizations.

2. Materials for the Defence and Commercial Industry

3. Materials atomic structure and correlation with their properties.

4. Solidification and Crystallization.

5. Diffusion and solid solutions

6. Introduction to Metals, Ceramics, Polymers and Composites.

7. Heat Treatments, Deformation, Recrystallization of Materials.

8. Ceramic materials; their properties and applications.

9. Polymers; their properties and applications.

10. Composites.

11. Introduction to single and poly-crystal materials.

12. Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals.

13. Equilibrium Phase Diagrams and their industrial importance.

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14. The Fe-Fe3C Equilibrium diagram.

15. Material’s damaging modes during applications; Fracture, Fatigue, Wear etc.

16. Materials Testing; Tension Test, Hardness Test, Torsion Test, Fracture Mechanics,

Fatigue, Brittle and Impact Testing. Testing of Materials, Standard codes; ASTM,

BSI, etc.

17. Materials naming conventions as per AISI-SAE, ASTM, ISO/BS standards.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 228

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-230 Fluid Mechanics I

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, Bruce R, Munson,

Donald F Young, Theadore H Okishi, 7th Edition, John Wiley

& Sons Inc, 2012.

Reference Book(s): 1. Fluid Mechanics, Frank M. White. McGraw Hill. Latest

Edition.

2. Fluid Mechanics, J. M. Cimbala Y. Cengel. McGraw Hill,

Latest Edition.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate the concepts of fluid mechanics based on

analytical relations PLO 1 C2

2 Carry out the problem solutions involving the

pressure difference of moving fluids by using Euler/

Bernoulli equations PLO 2 C3

3 Apply the concepts of control volume to interpret the

flow field PLO 4 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Fluid properties.

2. Fluid statics

3. Kinematics of flow

4. Fluid kinematics

5. Equation of continuity, flow energy equation

6. Dimensional analysis and similitude

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 229

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-231 Thermodynamics II

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Thermodynamics, An Engineering Approach, Cengel,

Younus A., Boles, Micheal A., Latest Edition, McGraw Hill Inc,.

Reference Book(s): 1. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, Latest

Edition, Michael J. Moran and Howard N. Shapiro, John Wiley

Inc.,

2. Applied Thermodynamics, Latest Edition, T. D. Eastop and

A. M. McConkey.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 To apply the principle of thermodynamics to

Gas Mixtures / Gas Power Cycles. PLO 1 C3

2

To analyse any one of the following: Gas

Mixtures, Thermodynamic Cycles or

Combustion Process. PLO 2 C4

3

To solve problems in the areas of Applied

Thermodynamics based on the topics studied in

the course. PLO 2 C5

Details of Syllabus

1. Review of thermodynamics

2. Thermodynamic property relations

3. Mixtures

4. Gas power cycles

5. Vapour and combined power cycle

6. Chemical reactions and equilibrium

7. Dynamic machine theory

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 230

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-232 Thermodynamics Lab

Credit Hours: 0-1

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): NIL

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 An ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyse

and interpret data PLO 2 P3

2 An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. PLO 9 A2

3 Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern

engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. PLO 5 P3

Details of Syllabus

1. Experiments related to the subject of ME-130 Thermodynamics-I and ME-231

Thermodynamics-II

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 231

SEMESTER 4

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 233

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: MATH-231 Fourier and Complex Analysis

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig,10th

edition, Wiley Publishers, 2011

Reference Book(s):

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 To solve Partial Differential Equations for

common Engineering systems.

PLO 2 C3

2 Demonstrate the concepts of Fourier Series /

Fourier Transform used to solve PDEs.

PLO 2 C3

3 Expand the given series by using Complex

Analysis.

PLO 2 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Complex Numbers and Functions

2. Fourier series for functions of any period,

3. Even and Odd functions.

4. Half range expansions, Complex Fourier series.

5. Fourier integral, Fourier Cosine and Sine Transforms.

6. Fourier Transform of the Derivatives, Convolution

7. Modelling a Vibrating String, Derivation of Wave Equation, Solution by the

Method of Separation of Variables, using Fourier Series

8. D’Alembert’s Solution of the Wave Equation

9. Heat Equation: its Solution by Fourier Series and Fourier Integrals

10. Rectangular and circular membrane: Use of Double Fourier Series

11. Laplace’s Equation, Laplacian in Spherical Coordinates

12. C-R Equations, Cauchy Integral Theorem, Cauchy Integral Formula, Derivatives of

Analytical Functions

13. Power Series, Taylor Series, Laurent Series, Singularities, Zeros, Residue Integration

Method

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 234

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: EE-103 Electrical Engineering

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (2, 1)

Text Book(s): 1. Electric Circuits Fundamentals, Sergio Franco, OUP.

2. Electrical Power Technology 6th Edition by Theodore Wildi.

Prentice Hall.

3. Electric Machinery Fundamentals 4th Edition, PBy S.

Chapman McGraw.

4. Electric Circuits, Basic Electricity by Schaum’s Series.

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate system knowledge based on basic electrical

properties

PLO1 C2

2 Be able to identify principal quantities based on electrical

/ magnetic circuits

PLO 1 C2

3 Understand characteristics of electrical systems based on

AC/DC circuits.

PLO 1 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to DC Circuits:

a. Series and parallel circuits,

b. DC circuit analysis.

2. Theory of Alternating Current:

a. Series and parallel circuits,

b. Resistance, inductance and capacitance of AC circuits,

c. Power factor,

d. Resonance in RLC circuits,

e. Single phase and poly-phase circuits,

f. Power and power factor measurement,

g. Current and voltage relationship in phase and line circuits,

h. Types, characteristics and testing of AC motors,

i. Motor starters and switch gears,

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j. Electric traction and braking,

k. Solenoids.

3. Operational Amplifiers

4. Transformers:

a. Voltage and current relationship of primary and secondary types of

transformers,

b. Losses and efficiency.

5. Generators and motors:

a. Types, construction and characteristics,

b. Motor starters

6. Testing and efficiency of machines.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 236

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-211 Mechanics of Materials I

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Mechanics of Materials, Russell C. Hibbeler, 8th Edition,

Prentice Hall, 2010

Reference Book(s): 1. Beer and Johnston, Mechanics of Materials, McGraw Hill,

1992. 4. R. R Craig, Mechanics of Materials, John Wiley,

2000.

2. Benham and Crawford, Mechanics of Engineering

Materials, ELBS, 1987

3. D. L. Logan, Mechanics of Materials, Harper Collins, 1991

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Design axially loaded or torsional members under given

PLO 3 C3

2 Design beams by using shear force or bending moment

PLO 3 C3

3 Discuss the basic concepts of fracture mechanics and their

limitations

PLO 1 C2

Details of Syllabus

1. Tension, compression, and shear

3. Torsion

4. Shear Forces and Bending Moments

5. Stresses in Beams (Basic Topics)

6. Columns

7. Basic Fracture Mechanics

8. Thin cylindrical vessels

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 237

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-221 Manufacturing Processes

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Fundamental of Modern Manufacturing (Material,

Processes & System) by Mikell P Groover Prentice Hall

(1996)

2. Begeman, 8th Edition, Wiley; 1987

3. Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials, Serope

Kalpakjian & Steven R. Schmid, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall,

2002

Reference Book(s): 1. Manufacturing Technology by Stanley A. Komacek, Ann E.

Lawson & Andrew C. Horton.

2. Materials and Processes part B: Processes by James F.

Young and Robert S. Shane (3rd Ed)

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Distinguish between different types of casting / differentiate

between their output product characteristics.

PLO 1

C4

2 To analyse different manufacturing processes for plastics by

discussing process mechanisms.

PLO 2 C4

3 To investigate characteristics of major machining operations /

basic components of the machine tools by analytical method.

PLO4 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction and Basic Concepts of Manufacturing Processes

2. Foundry Practices & Contemporary Casting Processes

3. Metal Cutting Theory/ Cutting Tools

4. Conventional Machining Processes

5. Non-Conventional Machining Processes

6. Glass making/float glass process, blow moulding, spinning etc.

7. Bulk Deformation processes (Drawing, extrusion, sheet metal)

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 238

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-222 Mechanics and Manufacturing Lab I

Credit Hours: 0-1

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): NIL

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 An ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyse

and interpret data PLO 2 P3

2 An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. PLO 9 A2

3 Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern

engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. PLO 5 P3

Details of Syllabus

1. Experiments related to the subject of ME-112 Engineering Statics, ME-210

Engineering Dynamics and ME-221 Manufacturing Processes.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 239

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-233 Fluid Mechanics II

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, Bruce R, Munson,

Donald F Young, Theadore H Okishi, 7th Edition, John Wiley

& Sons Inc, 2012.

Reference Book(s): 1. Fluid Mechanics, Frank M. White. McGraw Hill. Latest

Edition.

2. Fluid Mechanics, J. M. Cimbala Y. Cengel. McGraw Hill,

Latest Edition.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Analyse the compressible flows by solving problems

related to transonic flows through varying area ducts. PLO 2 C3

2

Analyse the internal flows through solution of problems

based on pipes and ducts by calculating their

characteristics PLO 9 C3

3 Analyse the external flow devices/turbo machinery by

using the analytical relation. PLO 5 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Flow in pipes and ducts (incompressible internal flow)

2. Boundary layer theories

3. Drag and lift (incompressible external flow)

4. Open channel flow

5. Compressible flow

6. Turbo machinery

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 240

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-234 Fluid Mechanics Lab

Credit Hours: 0-1

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): NIL

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 An ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyse

and interpret data PLO 2 P3

2 An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. PLO 9 A2

3 Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern

engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. PLO 5 P3

Details of Syllabus

1. Experiments related to the subject of ME-230 Fluid Mechanics-I and ME-233 Fluid

Mechanics-II.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 241

SEMESTER 5

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 243

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: MATH-361 Probability and Statistics

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig, 10th

edition, Wiley Publishers, 2011.

Reference Book(s): 1. Probability and Statistics by Murray R. Speigel.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Describe and apply the basic concepts of

probability and statistics used for data

representation and sampling

PLO 2 C2

2 Use probability theory to analyse data for

decision making and for solving problems.

PLO 2 C3

3 Demonstrate the ability to work as an individual

and team member by participating in class

project

PLO 9 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Graphical Representation of Data: Stem-and-Leaf Plot, Histogram, Boxplot; Mean,

Standard Deviation, Variance

2. Sample Space , Experiment Outcomes, Sampling with and without replacement, Set

theory,

3. Introduction to theory of Probability, Theorems of Probability, Conditional

probability.

4. Permutations and Combinations

5. Random Variables and Probability Distributions

6. Mean and Variance of a Distribution, Expectation, Moments

7. Binomial, Poisson & Hypergeometric distributions.

8. Normal distribution.

9. Marginal distribution, Distributions of Several Random Variables

10. Random Sampling, Random numbers, Processing of Samples, Estimation of

parameters.

11. Confidence intervals.

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12. Testing of hypothesis.

13. Quality control, Control chart

14. Acceptance sampling, errors & rectification.

15. Goodness of Fit, Chi-square test. Curve fitting.

16. Regression Analysis, Curve Fitting

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 245

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: HU-212 Technical and Business Writing

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Reports, Technical Writing and Specifications, Glidon H.K,

1st edition, Mcgraw Hill Book Company, 2000

2. Technical Writing by Steve M. Gerson.

3. Reporting Technical Information by Kenneth W. Houp,

Thomas E. Pearsall, Tebeaux and Dragga Latest Edition.

4. Technical Communication by Rebecca E. Burnett.

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate skills in technical writing technical by

writing memos / letters / reports, etc. P10 C3

2 Apply research writing skills to write a piece of research

work P12 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Technical Writing:

a. 7Cs of Tech Communication.

b. Mechanics of Tech Writing, Comparison & Contrast

2. Research Writing Skills:

a. Methodologies

b. Techniques, Review of Literature.

c. Research paper writing

3. Letter Writing:

a. Formal/Informal Letters

5. Memorandum

a. Agenda Points – Notices

b. Minutes of a Conference/Meeting

c. Types of Tech Writing

d. Preparing Model Correspondence

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 246

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-310 Mechanics of Materials II

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Mechanics of Materials, Russell C. Hibbeler, 8th Edition,

Prentice Hall, 2010

Reference Book(s): 1. Beer and Johnston, Mechanics of Materials, McGraw Hill,

1992. 4. R. R Craig, Mechanics of Materials, John Wiley,

2000.

2. Benham and Crawford, Mechanics of Engineering

Materials, ELBS, 1987

3. D. L. Logan, Mechanics of Materials, Harper Collins, 1991

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Analyse unsymmetrical beam bending or stresses in

curved beams by theory of bending

PLO 2 C4

2 Analyse buckling of columns using Euler formula PLO 2 C4

3 Design a structural member for failure based on

theories of failure

PLO 3 C5

Details of Syllabus

1. Transformation of stresses and strains

2. Principal stresses and strains, Mohr’s circles, stresses on oblique planes, principal

stresses

3. Theories of failure

4. Thick walled cylinders

5. Bending of beams

6. Buckling of columns

7. Rotating cylinders and discs

8. Basic contact mechanics

9. Unsymmetrical bending

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 247

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-311 Machine Design

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Mechanical Engineering Design, Joseph E. Shigley &

Charles R. Mischke, McGraw-Hill, Latest Edition

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 To calculate unknown parameters for screws based on

given conditions.

P2 C3

2 To design weldments using welding standards / basic

machine design theory.

P3 C5

3 To design Mechanical Springs / Shafts / Clutches /

Brakes using standards / basic machine design theory.

P3 C5

Details of Syllabus

1. Screws, keys and couplings

2. Welded and riveted joints

3. Mechanical springs

4. Bearings

5. Shafts

6. Clutches, brakes, couplings and flywheels

7. Flexible mechanical elements

8. Gears and gear trains

9. Miscellaneous topics

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 248

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-312 Measurement and Instrumentation

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements David A.

Bell

2. Theory and Design for Mechanical Measurements, Richard

S. Figliola and Donald E. Beasley, 4th Edition, John Wiley,

2006.

Reference Book(s): 1. Measurement Systems: Application and Design, Ernest O.

Doebelin, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 1990.

2. Labview for Engineers, Jeffrey Travis and Jim Kring

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Apply engineering measurement techniques by using any

of the studied sensors.

P1 C3

2 Design experiments to estimate the accuracy of their

measurements by developing a physical model.

P3 P4

3 Data Acquisition and Signal Processing for a given

problem.

P3 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Pressure Measurement

2. Flow Measurement

3. Temperature Measurement

4. Strain Gages

5. Data Acquisition and Processing

6. Virtual Instrumentation

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 249

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-323 Mechanics and Measurements Lab

Credit Hours: 0-1

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): NIL

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 An ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyse

and interpret data PLO 2 P3

2 An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. PLO 9 A2

3 Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern

engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. PLO 5 P3

Details of Syllabus

1. Experiments related to the subject of ME-211 Mechanics of Materials-I, ME-310

Mechanics of Materials-II and ME-312 Measurement & Instrumentation.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 250

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: EE-212 Basic Electronics

Credit Hours: 3

Contact Hours: (2, 1)

Text Book(s): 1. Electronic Devices 6th Edition, By Floyd, Prentice Hall

2. Electronic Principles by Malvino, A.Paul, McGraw Hill

3. Digital Computer Electronics 2nd Edition, By Malvino,

McGraw Hill.

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of learning

1 Develop the understanding of elementary

concepts required for the analysis and design

of electronic circuits

P3 C5

2 Analyse basic principles of digital logic

systems and their different applications

P2 C4

3 Demonstrate the basic architecture of

microcontroller and microprocessor

P1 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Semiconductor Theory & Electronics Fundamentals

2. Diodes and its applications

3. Special Purpose Diodes

4. Bipolar Junction Transistors, Transistor Modelling, Field Effect Transistors

5. Number systems, Boolean algebra, gates.

6. Combinational logic (adders, comparators, decoders, multiplexers, etc.)

7. Sequential logic (flip-flops, registers, counters, ROM, PROM, EPROM).

8. Microprocessors (registers; ALU; CU; memory, address, data and control buses).

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 251

SEMESTER 6

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 253

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: MATH-351 Numerical Methods

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig, 10th

edition, Wiley Publishers, 2011.

Reference Book(s): 1. Curtis F.Gerald Patrick O.Wheatley: Applied Numerical

2. Donald Greenspan & Vincenzo Casulli: Numerical Analysis

for Applied Mathematics, Science, and Engineering,

3. David Kahaner: Numerical Methods and Software, Prentice

Hall.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Apply fixed point, Newton’s, Secant or False

position method to solve one variable equation.

PLO 2 C3

2 Applying interpolation techniques to estimate

the function values

PLO 2 C3

3 Find approximate solutions of second order

linear/nonlinear ODEs and linear second order

PDEs arising in engineering fields using Finite

Difference Method

PLO 4 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Floating Point number system, Stability of Algorithm, Error analysis.

2. Iterative Methods for the Solutions of Non-Linear Equations Fixed point Method,

Newton-Raphson Method, Secant Method, Bisection Method, Regula-Falsi Method;

Convergence.

3. Interpolation: Lagrange Interpolation, Newton’s Divided Difference, Forward

Difference and Backward Difference Interpolations.

4. Numerical Differentiation

5. Cubic Spline Interpolation

6. Numerical Integration: Rectangular, Trapezoidal and Simpson’s Rules.

Determination of Required Accuracy.

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7. Numerical Methods in Linear Algebra. Systems of linear Equations, Gauss

Elimination Method

8. LU Factorization: Doolittle’s, Crouts’s and Cholesky’s Methods

9. Iterative Methods for Systems of Equations: Gauss-Seidel Method, Jacobi’s Method

10. Method of least squares.

11. Evaluation of Eigenvalues by Iteration: Power Method, Eigenvectors.

12. Solution of 1st and 2nd Order Ordinary Differential Equations Euler Method, Heun’s

Method, Runge- Kutta Method, Runge-Kutta-Nystrom Method

13. Solution of Elliptic Partial Differential Equations, Laplace and Poisson Equations,

Dirichlet Problem

14. Neumann and Mixed Problem, Irregular Boundary

15. Solution of Parabolic PDEs: Crank-Nicolson Method

16. Solution of Hyperbolic PDEs

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 255

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-313 Theory of Machines

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Design of Machinery: An introduction to Synthesis and

Analysis of Mechanisms and Machines, R. Norton, 3rd Edition,

McGraw-Hill, 2003.

Reference Book(s): J.E. Shigley and Uicker, Theory of Machines and Mechanisms,

McGraw-Hill New York, 1992.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 To calculate the Centre of Gravity of a given geometry PLO 2 C3

2 To design a cam profile for given lift and dwell angles. PLO 3 C5

3 To design a shaft structure so that it is balanced while

fulfilling functional requirements.

PLO 3 C5

Details of Syllabus

1. Kinematics Fundamentals

2. Mechanisms: Types, Characteristics, and applications

3. Position Analysis

4. Velocity Analysis

5. Acceleration analysis

6. Dynamic Force analysis

7. Static and dynamic balancing

8. Cam design

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 256

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-314 Control Systems

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Control system engineering. Norman S. Nise. Wiley. Latest

Edition.

Reference Book(s): 1. Modern Control Engineering, Kathuhiko Ogata, 5th Edition,

Prentice-Hall, 2009.

2. R.T Stefani, et al., Feedback Control systems, Feedback and

Control Systems, Schaum’s Series, Feedback Control

systems by Norman Nise, Modern.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Apply the knowledge of open/ close loop system to solve

the given problem.

P2 C3

2 Solve flow diagram/ mechanical system based on

graphical/ mathematical modelling.

P2 C3

3 Carry out a root locus analysis for an engineering system. P2 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to Control Systems

2. Mathematical models of systems

3. Feedback control system – characteristics and performance, Test input signals

4. The Root Locus Method

5. Frequency Response Method

6. State space method

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 257

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-324 Engineering Management and Economics

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Engineering Economy, DeGarmo, E. P., W. G. Sullivan, J.

A. Bontadelli, and E. M. Wicks, 10th Edition, Prentice Hall,

1997.

Reference Book(s): 1. Samuels on, “Economics”.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 To demonstrate the effect of economy on the

society by showing understanding of the

relationship between currency and division of

labour

PLO 6 C1

2 To apply various tools for Economic

Management of projects

PLO 11 C3

3 To demonstrate the understanding of corporate

management by applying relevant techniques

PLO 1 C2

Details of Syllabus

1. Fundamental Concepts in Economics, Definitions.

2. Type of Costs - Time value of money, Taxes, Cash Flow Diagrams.

3. Economics equivalence, the cost of capital, stock and bond valuation.

4. Investment and Replacement Analysis

5. Project Feasibility Analysis, Setting MARR, Type of Investments, Equity vs. Debt

Financing, Depreciation Accounting,

6. Taxes and Inflation

7. Introduction to Balance sheet and financial statements.

8. Corporate Economics

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 258

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-330 Heat and Mass Transfer

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Heat Transfer A Practical Approach, Younus A. Cengel,

McGraw Hill. Latest Edition.

Reference Book(s): 1. Fundamentals of Heat Transfer, F.P Incropera and D.P.

Dewitt, 6th Edition, J.Wiley and sons, 2006

2. J. P. Holman, Heat Transfer, 8th Edition, McGraw Hill Inc,

1997.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 To analyse basic principles for conduction heat transfer P2 C3

2 To analyse basic principles for heat transfer with change

of phase

P2 C3

3 To design heat exchanger P3 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction

2. Conduction heat transfer

3. Forced convection

4. Free convection

6. Heat transfer with change of phase

7. Heat exchangers

8. Mass transfer

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 259

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-331 Refrigration and Air Conditioning

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Refrigeration & Air-conditioning, W. F. Stoecker & J. W.

Jones, McGraw-Hill, Latest Edition.

Reference Book(s): 1. Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, Yunus A.

Cengel and Michael A. Boles, McGraw Hill Inc. Latest Edition.

2. Trane Air Conditioning Manual by Trane Air Conditioning,

1999-2001.

3. 2005 ASHRAE Handbook – Fundamentals.

4. 1998 ASHRAE Handbook – Refrigeration

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Refrigeration systems and Cycles (Air, Vapour

Compression, Absorption) and its analysis

PLO 2 C4

2 Refrigerant and its properties, selection and challenges PLO 1 C3

3 Describe the working of various refrigerating components PLO 1 C3

4 Use of Psychometric chart to determine quality of air PLO 2 C4

5 Analyse the load of a space for heating and cooling PLO 2 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to air conditioning and refrigeration

2. Refrigerants and components

3. Refrigeration cycles

4. Psychometric

5. Air-conditioning

6. Heating and cooling load calculation - human comfort

7. Air transmission , distribution and system design

8. Water transmission, distribution and system design

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 260

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-332 Heat Transfer and HVAC Lab

Credit Hours: 0-1

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): NIL

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 An ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyse

and interpret data PLO 2 P3

2 An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. PLO 9 A2

3 Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern

engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. PLO 5 P3

Details of Syllabus

1. Experiments related to the subject of ME-330 Heat & Mass Transfer and ME-331

Refrigeration & Air-conditioning.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 261

SEMESTER 7

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 263

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-420 Project Management

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Production and Operations Management, Alan Muhlemann,

John Oakland and Keith Lockyer, 5th Edition, Nichols

Publishers, 1988

2. Production and Operations Management, Norman Gaither

and Greg Frazier, 8th Edition, South-Western Publishers,

1998.

3. Project Management by Harold Kerzner

.

Reference Book(s): 1. Modern Production and Operation Management by Elwood

S. Buffa

2. Operation Management by Roger G. Schroeder

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 To analyse decision making principles and their

utilization in real problem solving.

PLO 11 C4

2 To evaluate various tools applied in Project Management PLO 11 C6

Details of Syllabus

1. Project Planning and Scheduling

2. Gantt charts, PERT and CPM

3. Software on Project Management

4. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

5. Request for Proposal (RFP)

6. Project management

7. Case Studies

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 264

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: MGT-471 Entrepreneurship

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Rober D. Hisrich and Michael P. Peter, Entrepreneurs/lip,

5th Edition, McGraw Hill

2. S.S. Khanka, Entrepreneurial Development

3. Irving Burstiner, The small Businesses Handbook

4. Bruce A. Kirchhoff, Entrepreneurship and Dynamic

Capitalism

5. Modern Business Management, A System & Environment

Approach

by McGraw Hill

6. William D. Bygrave, The Portable MBA in

Entrepreneurship, CEFE, Germany, Development Manual

.

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Ability to employ entrepreneurial skills 6 A3

2 Ability to make sustainable business plans 7 C3

3 Team building for successful businesses 9 A3

4 Ability to manage projects successfully 11 C3

5 Development of skills and learning throughout the project 12 A3

Details of Syllabus

1. Evolution of the concept of entrepreneur, Characteristics of an entrepreneur,

Distinction between an entrepreneur and a Manager, in Economic Development,

Factors affecting entrepreneurial growth (economic, Non-Economic and

Government factors). E-Commerce and business start-up and growth.

2. Critical factors for setting up a new enterprise. Ingredients for a successful new

business. Self-assessment and feedback, Personal entrepreneurial competencies.

Goal setting. Creativity and sources of new business ideas, the difference the

difference between ideas and opportunity and creativity. Assessing business

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opportunities in Pakistan. Screening and evaluating opportunities marketing as a

philosophy, marketing management: Creating a marketing plan, analysing the

environmental situation and the market opportunity, setting marketing objective,

formulating a marketing strategy.

3. The business plan as selling document, reasons for writing a business plan your

company: What’s your identity, Field work started, Marketing issues: Who are your

buyers?., Product issues: What are you selling?, Production exercise, Sales and

Promotion: Financial issues: Targeting and writing the plan: Business Plan

compilation exercise.

4. Product planning and development process. Creating parallel competition by

developing a similar product or service, Product life cycle.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 266

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-421 Mechanical Vibrations

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Mechanical Vibrations, Singiresu Rao, 4th Edition, Prentice

Hall, 2003.

.

Reference Book(s): 1. Theory of Vibrations with Applications, William T

Thomson, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition

2. Fundamentals of Vibrations, Leonard Meirovitch, 1st

Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2001

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Analyse free vibrations of harmonically excited systems

by application to a single dof system PLO 2 C4

2 Analyse single dof systems using energy method analysis PLO 2 C4

3 Apply numerical methods for determining the natural

frequencies and mode shapes of a given system. PLO 3 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Fundamental concepts

2. Free vibration of SDOF systems

3. Harmonically excited SDOF systems

4. SDOF systems excited by general forcing functions

5. 2DOF Systems

6. Introduction to MDOF systems

7. Introduction to MDOF systems

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 267

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-410 Dynamics and Controls Lab

Credit Hours: 0-1

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): NIL

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 An ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyse

and interpret data PLO 2 P3

2 An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. PLO 9 A2

3 Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern

engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. PLO 5 P3

Details of Syllabus

1. Experiments related to the subject of ME-210 Engineering Dynamics and ME-314

Control Systems.

a. Introduction to MATLAB

b. Introduction to MATLAB functions I

c. Introduction to MATLAB functions II

d. Creating M-file and writing program

e. Mathematical Modelling of a given Engineering Problem

f. Solving a Mathematical model using FDM-I

g. Solving a Mathematical model using FDM-II

h. Analysis of response of system

i. Analysis of Root Locus Method

k. Introduction to basic functions of SIMULINK

l. Studying Step function using SIMULINK

m. Analysis of response of Mass Spring System using SIMULINK

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 268

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-422 Production Tooling and Automation

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Jig & Fixture Design, Edward Hoffman, 5th Edition,

Delmar Cengage Learning Publishers, 2003.

2. Automation, Production Systems and Computer Integrated

Manufacturing, Mikell P. Groover, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall,

2007.

.

Reference Book(s): 1. Yusuf Altintas—Manufacturing Automation

2. Arshinov V and Alekseev G, Metal cutting theory and

cutting tool design, MIR Publishers, Moscow, 1976.

3. Donaldson C and Lecain Ch, Tool Design, Tata Mcgraw

Hill Publishing Company Ltd., Third Edition, New

Delhi, 2004.

4. M C Shaw, Metal Cutting Theory and Practice

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Demonstrate understanding of production tooling

techniques by applying them to a given scenario

PLO 2 C3

2 Develop the ability to use manual coding to machine

parts having complex contours and surfaces

PLO 3 C5

3 Compare various techniques to deploy jigs and fixtures

under various requirements

PLO 3 C6

Details of Syllabus

1. Production tooling

a. Cutting tools

b. Turning tool holders and milling cutters

c. Jigs

d. Fixtures

e. Press tools

2. Automation

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a. Introduction To automation

b. Single Station Manufacturing Cells; Group Technology and Cellular

Manufacturing; Flexible Manufacturing Systems

c. Manual Assembly Lines; Transfer Lines and Similar Automated

Manufacturing Systems; Automated Assembly Systems

d. Design for Automation

e. Introduction To NC Machines

f. Manual Part Programming

g. Computer assisted part programming, DNC, CNC, and Adaptive Control

h. Industrial Logic Control Systems, Logic Diagramming, Programmable Logic

Controllers

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 270

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-423 Mechanics and Manufacturing Lab II

Credit Hours: 0-1

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): NIL

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 An ability to conduct experiments, as well as to analyse

and interpret data PLO 2 P3

2 An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. PLO 9 A3

3 Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern

engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. PLO 5 P3

Details of Syllabus

1. Experiments related to the subject of ME-313 Theory of Machines and ME-422

Production Tooling & Automation.

a. Introduction to Pro/E

b. Introduction to sketch module

c. Introduction to basic function of part module I

d. Introduction to basic function of part module II

e. Learning free sketching

f. Introduction to helical sweep

g. Introduction to assembly and mechanism

h. Introduction to COMSOL and ANSYS

i. Introduction to manufacturing module

j. Final Project

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 271

SEMESTER 8

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 273

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: HU-422 Professional Ethics

Credit Hours: 2-0

Contact Hours: (2, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Engineering Ethics, Concepts & Cases by C. Harris Words

Worth, Islamic Education, 2000.

2. Islamic Education (Revised Edition 2002 by M. D. Zafar).

.

Reference Book(s): NIL

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Students should be well versed with the norms of

engineering ethics

P8 C3

2 Students should have the capability to take responsibility

for professional engineering practice

P6 C3

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction

a. Definitions/Importance/Kinds

b. Factors/Sources of Islamic Ethics

c. Islamic ethical system

e. Enforcement of ethical environment/Factors

f. Principles & Decision Making.

h. Lawful and unlawful behaviour in Islam

2. Engineering Ethics

a. Scope & Aims, Theories, responsibilities

b. IEEE code of Ethics

c. Ethical code for engineers

d. Ethical code for Software engineers

3. Moral Courage

a. Moral courage, its importance and how to improve?

b. Attributes of morally courageous leaders

4. Relevant Case Studies

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Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 275

ELECTIVES

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 277

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-443 Automotive Technology

Credit Hours: 2-1

Contact Hours: (2, 3)

Text Book(s): 1. Automotive Mechanics, Vol 1, Ed May, 7th Edition 2003,

McGraw Hill.

Reference Book(s): 1. Principles of Automotive Vehicles, US Army TM 9- 8000,

Washington DC, 1985.

2. Workshop/Repair Manuals of Vehicles & Engines used in

the Practical Work.

3. K. Newton, W. Steeds & T. K. Garrett -The Motor Vehicle,

(11th Ed.), Butterworth, London, 1989.

4. W. H. Crouse & D. L. Anglin -Automotive Mechanics,

(10th Ed.), McGraw-Hill, New York, 1993

Course Learning Outcomes:

To be defined before the next time when the course will be offered.

Details of Syllabus

1. Engine Fundamentals

2. Engine Cooling and Lubricating System

3. EFI and Carburettor Fuel Systems

4. Intake and Exhaust Systems

5. Clutches, manual transmissions and transaxles

6. Drive lines and shafts

7. Rear axles and final drives

8. Tyres, Wheels and Brakes

9. Suspension and Steering Systems

10. Wheel Alignment

Syllabus for Practicals:

1. Dynamometer

2. Engine Measurements

3. Wheel Alignment and Balancing

4. Engine Timing

5. Engine Compression

6. Emission Analysis

7. Transmission

8. Electronic Fuel Injection

9. Carburettor

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10. Fuel Injection Pump

11. Phasing and Calibration

12. Engine Cooling System

13. Engine Lubrication System

14. Brake

15. Tuning of Engine

16. Electrical System

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 279

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-446 Computer Aided Engineering

Credit Hours: 1-2

Contact Hours: (1, 2)

Text Book(s): 1. Finite Element Analysis, Theory and Application using

ANSYS, Saeed Moaveni, Prentice Hall,1999.

Reference Book(s): 1. Computer Aided Design, Dean L. Taylor, Addison Wesley,

1992.

2. Foundations of Computer Aided Design, Onwubiko, West,

1989

3. Pro-E Training Guide, Parametric Technologies

4. The Finite Element Method in Mechanical Design, Knight,

PWS Kent, 1993

Course Learning Outcomes:

To be defined before the next time when the course will be offered.

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to use of modelling methods using computers.

2. Introduction to Analysis, Simulation and Synthesis methods.

3. Implementation of Numerical Techniques for solution of mathematical models

(using MATLAB)

4. Parametric, Feature based, associative 3D Solid Modelling (using Pro/Engineer)

5. Analysis of Multi-body Dynamic Systems ( using Pro/Mechanism and

6. Introduction to Design Optimization (using Pro/Engineer)

7. Theory of Finite Element Methods

8. Solution of mechanical engineering problems using FEM ( using ANSYS)

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 280

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-448 Internal Combustion Engines

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Internal Combustion Engines: Applied Thermo Sciences,

Colin R. Ferguson, Allan T. Kirkpatrick, 2nd Edition, Wiley,

2000.

Reference Book(s): 1. Edward F. Obert, Internal Combustion Engines and Air

Pollution, Harper & Row New Yark 1985.

Course Learning Outcomes:

No. CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 Students will demonstrate knowledge of the operating

characteristics of common IC engines and the ability to

perform thermodynamic analysis on them.

PLO3 C4

2 Students will demonstrate knowledge of common fuels, the

ability to analyse their combustion and an understanding of

emissions.

PLO3 C4

3 Students will demonstrate knowledge of actual combustion

cycle and the ability to analyze fuel-air cycles.

PLO3 C4

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to IC Engines

2. Air Standard cycles for IC engines

3. Engine design & operating parameters

4. Combustion in Spark Ignition & Compression Ignition Engine

5. Thermo-chemistry of Fuel / Air mixtures

6. Fuel Metering in SI & CI engines

7. Testing and performance of the engine and exhaust analysis.

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 281

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-462 Power Plant Engineering

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Power Plant Technology, M. M. El-Wakil, 1st Edition,

McGraw-Hill Science, 2002.

Reference Book(s): 1. Power Plant Engg., G. R. Nagpal

2. Power Plant Engg, F. T. Mouse

3. Engg. Thermodynamics, J. B. Jones, R. E. Dugan.

Course Learning Outcomes:

To be defined before the next time when the course will be offered.

Details of Syllabus

1. Steam Power Plant Cycles

2. Non-ideal Rankine cycle with superheat and reheat

3. Use of feed water heaters with steam power plants

4. Gas turbine power plant and related cycles

5. Brayton Cycle with regeneration, intercooling and reheat

6. Actual Brayton Cycle

7. Jet Propulsion

8. Compressor & Turbine efficiencies

9. Nuclear power plants

10. PWR, BWR, AGCR, FBR

11. Economic Analysis of Power Plants

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 282

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-464 Renewable Energy Technologies

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Renewable Energy-Power for a Sustainable Future, Boyle,

G., Oxford University of Press, Latest Edition.

2. Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes, John A. Duffie,

William A. Beckman, 3rd Edition, Wiley Publishers, 2006

Reference Book(s): 1. PV Technologies & their Applications by Martin & Green

Course Learning Outcomes:

To be defined before the next time when the course will be offered.

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction

2. Solar Energy PV

3. Solar Thermal Energy

4. Wind Energy

5. Hydropower

6. Bioenergy

7. Energy management

8. Geothermal energy

9. Fuel Cells

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 283

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: ME-460 Gas Turbines

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Gas Turbine Theory, Saravanamuttoo, Rogers and Cohen,

Printice Hall, Latest Edition.

Reference Book(s): 1. Aerotheromodynamics of Aerospace Propulsion, Hill and

Peterson, John Willy and Sons, Latest Edition

2. Aircraft Propulsion and Gas Turbine Engines, El-Sayed,

CRC Press, Latest Edition.

3. Gas Turbines, V. Ganesan, Tata McGraw Hill Education,

Latest Edition

4.Thermodynamics, An Engineering Approach, Cengel,

Younus A., Boles, Micheal A, McGraw Hill Inc, Latest

Edition

Course Learning Outcomes:

No CLO PLO Level of

Learning

1 To enable students to apply laws of thermodynamics on

Gas turbine power plants. PLO 2 C3

2 To prepare students to carry out thermodynamic analysis

of Gas turbine power plants. PLO 2 C4

3 To develop ability to investigate and conclude results

from the analysis of the Gas turbine power plants. PLO 4 C5

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction

2. Cycle analysis

3. Jet propulsion cycle and analysis

4. Turbomachinery

5. Combustion chamber

6. Performance prediction of simple gas turbines

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 284

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: DME-475 Logistics and Inventory Management

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Logistics and Distribution Management by A Rushton, P.

Croucher and P. Baker.

2. Periodic Review Inventory Systems” by T. Wensing

Reference Book(s): 1. Lean logistics by Michael Boudin

2. Introduction to Logistic systems by G. Ghiani, G. Laporte

and R. Musmanno.

Course Learning Outcomes:

To be defined before the next time when the course will be offered.

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to Logistics Systems

2. Forecasting Logistics Requirements

3. Designing the Logistics Network

4. Solving Inventory Management Problems

5. Case Study Organisation

6. Designing and Operating a warehouse

7. Lean Logistics

8. Logistics and Inventory management country perspective: Pakistan

9. International Logistics and its impact on Inventory management

10. Global Supply chain networks

Self-Assessment Report – SMME, NUST 285

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Subject: DME-478 Production Planning and Control

Credit Hours: 3-0

Contact Hours: (3, 0)

Text Book(s): 1. Analysis and Control of Production Systems by E. Elsayed

and T. Boucher

2. The Management of Manufacturing by Edward J. Andrson

Reference Book(s): 1. Practical Batch Process Management by Mike Barker

2. How to implement Lean Manufacturing by Lonnie Wilson

Course Learning Outcomes:

To be defined before the next time when the course will be offered.

Details of Syllabus

1. Introduction to Production Planning

2. Production systems and Management

3. Sales Forecasting, Scheduling

4. Capacity Calculations

5. Layout Optimization & Line balancing

6. Lean manufacturing

7. Case Study Organisation

8. Agile Manufacturing

9. Batch, Job Shop, Mass production environments

10. Various tool employed to control production

11. Modern Production facilities