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Addresses: School of Mechanical Engineering, Iran University of Science & Technology, Narmak, Tehran, Iran

Zip Code: 16846-13114

Mail Box: 16765-163

Tel : +98(21) 77491228-29

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:: Course Modules-B.Sc ::

  First Chapter

  General features of Bachelor Degree Program

  Introduction:

  In accordance with the Islamic republic of Iran constitution, such as second, third, thirty and the fourth principal which are Approved to train experts in the related industries and to convert the dependent, after investigations in mechanical engineering industries, comprehensive program in mechanical engineering’ for bachelor degree is designed .

  1- Definition and objective:

  This program, by using appropriate science and technology for designing and calculating parts and systems which work by converting energy and heat/mass transferring, can prepare skilled individuals to be responsible for designing and calculation and perform designs of various mechanism in agriculture, military, automobiles and other machines in various industries in mechanical engineering such as heating powerhouse, combustion engines, gas turbines, jet engines, heating and ventilating and air conditioning, water based systems.

  2- Program and system

  The average length of this program is 4 years and all courses are planned in 8 semesters and students should pass 142 units and 272 hours as work - study in appropriate plants.

  The length of each semester is 16 weeks and the teaching length of each theoretical unit is 17 hours and each laboratory unit is 34 hours and the length of each exam is 1 hour.

  3- Courses:

  There are total of 142 credit hours of follows:

  1_general education courses (22 units)

  2_science courses (25 units)

  3_core coursers (61 units)

  4_technical courses (28 units)

  5_final project and workshops (6 units)

  Apprenticeship has no credit and students have to attend 272 hours in two different periods of time preferably in the third and fourth year’s summer term.

  4 - Role and ability

  Graduates of this course will be able to design and compute parts and systems in large section of industries including: power production centers for factory, steam power plants and water power plants, automotive industries and combustion engines, thermal and refrigerant installations of building, petroleum industries, industry of metal melting, food industry, water installations and other manufacturing factories and also will be able to design and compute parts and mechanism of heavy machinery of (agriculture, road construction, military),textile, automobile manufacturing and combustion engines, machines tools, industry of metal melting, food industry,… .

  5 - Necessity and importance

  Necessity of providing this collection in accordance with section 4 is very clear.

  B.sc, of mechanical engineering

  Number of credits that each student of mechanical engineering must take is in accordance with the table below. These credits will be chosen from the course list of table number 1 to 6.

 

  Total

  Apprenticeship

  1&2

  Workshop

  Project

  Technical

  Main

  Basic

  General

  142

  0

  3

  3

  28

  61

  25

  22

 

  Second chapter

  List of lessons for B.sc, of mechanical engineering

 

 

 

  Table 1: general lessons

 

  Lesson

  Number of credits

 Theoretical

  Practical

  Total

  Prerequisite

  Number of credits

  Islamic theology 1

  2

  34

  0

  34

  -

  -

  Islamic theology 2

  2

  34

  0

  34

  Islamic theology 1

  2

  Islamic ethics

  2

  34

  0

  34

  Islamic texts

  2

  Islamic revolution

  2

  34

  0

  34

  History of Islam

  2

  Islamic texts

  2

  34

  0

  34

  -

  -

  Literature

  3

  51

  0

  51

  -

  -

  English Language

  3

  51

-

  51

  -

 

  Athletic Training1

  1

-

  34

  34

  -

 

  Athletic Training2

  1

-

  34

  34

  Athletic Training1

  1

  Training Life Skills

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Islamic Thought1

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Islamic Thought2

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Human Beings in Islam

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Social Rights in Islam

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Philosophy of Ethics

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Ways of Living

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Practical Knowledge

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Analytic History of Early Islam

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  History of Imams

  2

  34

-

  34

-

 

  Objective Interpretation of Quran

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  Objective Interpretation of Nahjol-balaghe

  2

  34

-

  34

  -

 

  ٭ Each one of Farsi and English languages must be taught at least two sessions in the week.

 

 

  Table 2: Preliminary lessons

 

  Lesson

  Number of credits

 Theoretical

  Practical

  Total

  Prerequisite

  Number of credits

  General Mathematics1

  3

  51

-

  51

  -

 

  General Mathematics 2

  3

  51

-

  51

  General Mathematics1

  3

  Differential Equations

  3

  51

-

  51

  General Mathematics1

  3

  Computer Programming

  3

  51

-

  51

  General Mathematics1

  3

  Numerical Calculations

  2

  34

-

  34

  Computer Programming

  3

  Physics1

  3

  51

-

  51

-

 

  Physics2

  3

  51

-

  51

  Physics1

  3

  Physics Laboratory1

  1

-

  34

  34

  Physics1

  3

  Physics Laboratory2

  1

-

  34

  34

  Physics2

  3

  General Chemistry

  3

  51

-

  51

  -

 

 

 

 

  Table 3: Basic Lessons

 

  Lesson

  Number of credits

 Theoretical

  Practical

  Total

  Prerequisite

  Number of credits

  Engineering Mathematics

  3

  51

-

  51

  General Mathematics2

 

  Differential Equations

  3

 

  3

  Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering1

  3

  51

-

  51

  Physics2

  3

  Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering2

  3

  51

-

  51

  Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering1

  3

  Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Laboratory

  1

-

  34

  34

  Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering2

  3

  Industrial Graphices1 

  2

  17

  51

  68

  -

  Static’s

  3

  51

-

  51

  Physics1

  General Mathematics1

  3

  3

  Dynamics

  4

  68

-

  68

  Static’s

  3

Strength of Materials1

  3

  51

-

  51

  Static’s

  3

 

Materials Science

  3

  51

-

  51

Strength of materials1 or simultaneous

  General Chemistry

  3

  Thermodynamics1

  3

  51

-

  51

  Physics1

 

  Differential uations

  3

 

  3

  Thermodynamics 2

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Thermodynamics 1

fluid  Mechanics 1

  3

  3

  Thermodynamics

  Lab

  1

  -

  34

  34

  Thermodynamics 2

 

  3

Fluid  Mechanics 1

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Differential equations

  dynamics

  3

  4

Fluid  Mechanics 2

  3

  51

  -

  51

 Fluid Mechanics 1

  3

 Fluid Mechanics lab

  1

  -

  34

  34

 Fluid Mechanics 2

  3

 

mechine design 1

  3

  51

  -

  51

 Strengthof materials1 

materials Science or simultaneous 

 Dynamics

  3

  4

machine design 2

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Machine design 1

  3

 Strength of material 2

  2

  51

  -

  51

  Strength of material 1

  3

   Strength of material lab

  1

  -

  34

  34

  Strength of material 2

  2

  Heat transfer 1

  3

  51

  -

  51

   fluid Mechanics2 or simultaneous

  Thermodynamics 1

  3

 

  3

  Machines dynamics

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Dynamics

  3

  

Mechanical vibration 

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Engineering mathematics

  Dynamics

  3

  4

  Dynamics & vibration lab

  1

  -

  34

  34

  Machines dynamics

  Mechanical vibration

  3

  3

  Automatic control

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Mechanical vibration

  3

  

 

 

  Table 4: Basic Lessons

 

  Lesson

  Number of credits

 Theoretical

  Practical

  Total

  Prerequisite

  Number of credits

  Manufacturing methods 

  3

  34

  54

  88

mechine Tools Workshop 

Science  materials

  3

  Technical English writing

  2

  34

  -

  34

  General engineering & 100 passed units

  3

  Mechanism design

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Machine dynamics

  3

  Bearings & lubrication

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Fluid mechanics 2

  3

  Strength of materials 3

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Strength of materials 2

  2

  Methods of engineering design

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Machine design 2 or simultaneous

  3

Design of  Maufacturing Machines

  3

  51

  -

  51

Machine design 2

Mechanism design

  3

  3

  Industrial metals

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Material science

  3

  Chassis design

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Machine design 1  mechanical vibration

  3

  3

  Computer aided design (CAD)

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Numerical computations machine design 2

  2

  3

  Composites

  3

  51

  -

  51

  -

Industrial economy &  Management 

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Up to 100 passed units

  Measurement systems

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Automatic control

  3

Industrial Graphices2

  2

  17

  51

  68

Industrial Graphices2

  2

  Turbo machinery

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Thermodynamics 2

  Fluid mechanics 2

  3

  3

  Internal combustion engines

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Thermodynamics 2

 Heat machines laboratory or simultaneous

  3

  1

  Heat transfer laboratory

  1

  -

  34

  34

  Heat transfer 1

  3

 Powerlants Generators (thermal, watery, nuclear)

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Thermodynamics 2

  Heat transfer 1

  3

  3

  heat &Ventiation air conditioning 1(HVAC)

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Heat transfer 1

HVAC workshop or simultaneous

  3

  1

  Heat transfer 2

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Heat transfer 1

  Heat transfer laboratory

or simultaneous 

  3

  1

  Fuel& combustion

  2

  34

-

  34

  Thermodynamics 2

 

  3

  Heat exchangers design

  3

  51

  -

 

  Heat transfer laboratory

or simultaneous 

  Water transfer systems

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Fluid Mechanics 2

  3

  Refeigeration systems design

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Heat transfer 1

HVAC workshop or simultaneous

  3

  1

  Environment pollution controll

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Fluid Mechanics 2

  General chemistry

  3

  3

  Gas dynamics

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Thermodynamics 2

  Fluid Mechanics 2

  3

  3

  Hydraulic& pneumatic systems design

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Fluid Mechanics 2

  3

  Internal combustion engine design

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Internal combustion engine

  Mechanical design 1

  Dynamics of machinery

  3

 

  3

  3

 heat& Ventiation Air conditioning 2(HVAC)

  3

  51

  -

  51

 heat& Ventiation Air conditioning 1(HVAC)

  3

  Casting workshop

  1

  -

  34

  34

  -

  Aeronautics structures analysis

  3

  51

  -

  51

Strenght of Materials 2

  Computer programming

  2

  3

  General chemistry laboratory

  1

  -

  34

  34

  General chemistry

  3

  Practical plasticity& metal forming

  3

  51

  -

  51

 Strenght of Materials 2

  3

  Gas turbine&

  Jet engine

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Thermodynamics 2

  Heat transfer 1

  3

  3

  Fracture Mechanics

  3

  51

  -

  51

 material  science Mechanical design1

3

  Heat machines laboratory

  1

  -

  34

  34

  Thermodynamics 2

  3

  Thermal& cooling installation laboratory

  1

  -

  34

  34

  -

  Steam generation

  2

  34

  -

  34

  Thermodynamics 2

  Heat transfer 1

  3

  3

  Water machines

  3

  51

  -

  51

   Thermodynamics 2

  Fluid Mechanics 2

  3

design of   Rolary machines

  3

  51

  -

  51

  Thermodynamics 2

  Mechanical design 2

  Dynamic of machinery

  3

  3

  3

  Material science laboratory

  1

  -

  34

  34

  Material science

  3

  Automatic control laboratory

  1

  -

  34

  34

  Mechanical vibration

  3

  Non destructive testing

  2

  51

  -

  51

 physics1 

  Material science

 3

Introduction to Modeling and simulation of biological systems

3

51

-

51

Fluid mechanics2

  Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering1

3

3

An Introduction to Biomedical Signal Procesing

3

51

-

51

Engineering mathematics

3

An Introduction to Biomaterials Engineering

3

51

-

51

General Chemistry

3

 Introduction to Finite Element

3

51

-

51

  Mechanical design 2

Numerical computations

3

3

Robotics & Laboratory

3

51

-

51

Dynamics

3

Mechanics Behevior of Engineering Materials

3

51

-

51

 Mechanical design 1

material science

3

3

Introduction to Biomechanics of Gait Analysis

3

51

-

51

Dynamics

4

Introduction to Computational Fluid

3

51

-

51

Fluid Mechanics 2

Numerical computations

3

3

  Introduction to Bio-Microfluidics

3

51

-

51

Differentia  Equations-   Physics 1 - Fluid  Mechanics 1

3

 

  Table5:Applied lessons

 

  Lesson

  Number of credits

 Theoretical

  Practical

  Total

  Prerequisite

  Number of credits

   Auto Mechanics Workshop

1

-

17

17

-

 -

 Welding & Plating Workshop

  1

-

17

 17

 -

-

 Mechine Tools Workshop

  1

 -

17

 17

  -

 -

Apprenticeship1

 0

-

 -

 Up to 65 passed units

-

 Apprenticeship2

 0

-

 0

 Up to 100 passed units  

Project

3

-

-

-

Zero Ohase Project

Zero Ohase Project

 0

  -

-

 -

 -

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