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Highway systems, highway evaluation, driver, pedestrian and vehicle characteristics, traffic characteristics, geometric alignment, roadside design, intersection and interchange design, drainage structures, contracts and supervision, traffic accidents, safety, parking, pedestrian, speed, travel time and traffic volume studies, traffic signals and control devices
fourth year
Review of determinants and matrices. Algorithms to solve linear and non-linear equations. Solutions to simultaneous linear equations using various methods. Iteration methods for linear systems. Interpolation and approximation. Curve fitting. Numerical differentiation and integration. Numerical solution of differential equations. Eigenvalue problems. Numerical error analysis.
Third Year
Pavement types, structural design: stress analysis, vehicle and traffic considerations, structural design of flexible and rigid pavements, pavement materials: bituminous materials and their uses, asphalt concrete mix design, pavement distresses and maintenance, preparation and construction of pavements, planning of maintenance works.
fourth year
Land-use transportation model, urban transportation planning process, forecasting travel demand, transportation modeling, trip generation, trip distribution, mode split, traffic assignment, development and evaluation of transportation alternatives, economic analysis, implementation
Introduction to Transportation engineering, Transportation System, Human and Vehicular Characteristics, Introduction to Highway design, Highway Classification, Highway Safety, Intersection Types, Pavement Design, Traffic Flow Theory, Highway Capacity Analysis, Signal Timing, Transportation Planning, Public Transportation systems, Environment Impact
Fifth Year
Principles and basic definitions, units of measurements, plotting scale, linear measurements, leveling, bearings, the Theodolite and its applications, contour lines, traversing, locating points by intersection and resection, areas and volumes.
Second Year