  Force systems (2D and 3D), equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies (2D and 3D), structures (trusses, frames and machines), distributed forces (centroids and centers of mass), beams (shearing force and bending moment diagrams), friction, moments of inertia and virtual work.
 second year    Descriptive statistics, discrete and continuous random variables and probability distributions, joint probability distributions, point and interval estimation, tests of hypothesis, correlation and regression, analysis of variance, time series.
 fourth year    Review of determinants and matrices. Algorithms to solve linear and nonlinear equations. Solution of simultaneous linear equations using various methods: Gaussian elimination, GaussJordan and LU decomposition method. Iteration methods for linear systems: Jacobi and GaussSiedel method. Interpolation and approximation. Curve fitting. Numerical differentiation and integration. Numerical solution of differential equations. Eigenvalue problems. Numerical error analysis. Applied examples from various areas of engineering. Discussion.
 third year    Structural properties of concrete, grades of concrete, cube test, bond between concrete and reinforcement. Simplified stress block, design of reinforced concrete sections for bending. Rectangular and T sections. Design of oneway slabs, design of R.C. columns for axial loads. Structural steel sections, design of steel sections for tension, compact sections, design for bending and shear. Steel connections.
 second year    Introduction, Fluid properties, Basic units. Fluid statics. Pressure and its measurements. Forces on plane and curved submerged surfaces, buoyancy & floatation. Fluids in motion. Flow kinematics and visualization. Basic control volume approach. Differential and integral continuity equation. Pressure variation in flowing fluids. Euler’s and Bernoulli’s equations. Applications of Bernoulli equation. Momentum principle and its applications. NavierStokes equations. Energy equation, Hydraulic and energy grade lines dimensional analysis and similitude. Surface resistance and introduction to boundary layer theory. Flow in conduits, laminar and turbulent flows, frictional and minor losses, piping systems.
 third year        Introduction, the hydrologic cycle and its components, precipitation, evaporation and transpiration, infiltration, stream flow. Rainfallrunoff analysis and its application, peak flow calculations, flood routing. Design floods, hydrologic forecast and design criteria. Groundwater hydrology and well hydraulics. Computer applications.
 fourth year        Hydrological process in nature, rainfallrunoff analysis, measurement of surface water flow, unit hydrograph analysis, hydrological statistics and probability theory, hydrological routing, computer models in surface hydrology and their application.
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