code ME381
credit_hours 3
title Internal Combustion Engines (1)
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prequisites ME232
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes a- Knowledge and UnderstandingrnThrough knowledge and understanding, students will be able to:rna.1) Concepts and theories of mathematics and sciences, appropriate to the disciplinerna.4) Principles of design including elements design, process and/or a system related to specific disciplines.rna.p.2) Internal combustion, pumps, turbines and compressors, classification, construction design concepts, Operation and characteristics na.p.7) Basic theories and principles of some other engineering and mechanical engineering disciplines Providing support to mechanical power and energy disciplines.rna.a.1) Detailed knowledge and understanding of the themes and specialist subjects of the automotiverna.a.6) The drivability, safety limitations and compulsory tests especially applied in automotivernb- Intellectual SkillsrnThrough intellectual skills, students will be able to:rnb.4) Combine, exchange, and assess different ideas, views, and knowledge from a range of sources.rnb.p.4) Analyze the performance of the basic types of internal combustion engines and hydraulicrnb.a.2) The ability to assess and analyze information in support of problem solving, design and development, Critical evaluation of alternatives and performance datarnb.a.3) Create solutions to automotive engineering especially to manufacturing and maintenance problems in a creative way, taking account of industrial and commercial constraintsrnc- Professional SkillsrnThrough professional and practical skills, students will be able to:rnc.a.1) Using special automotive test & measurement equipment and conducting experimental laboratoryrnd- General SkillsrnThrough general and transferable skills, students will be able to:rnd.2) Work in stressful environment and within constraints.
arabic Description/Outcomes
objectives ï‚· To enable students to identify and understand the different types of internal combustion engines and their components .rnï‚· To teach students fundamentals of engine operation and engine systems.rnï‚· To help students acquire the ability to do simple design calculationsrnï‚· To teach students the basics of engine testing
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ref. books  J.B. Heywood, " Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals," McGraw-Hill, Latest Editionrn - Willard W. Pulkrabek , “engineering fundamental of the internal combustion engine” , Pearson, Prentice Hall, Lastest edition
arabic ref. books
textbook  Willard W. Pulkrabek , “engineering fundamental of the internal combustion engine” , Pearson, Prentice Hall, latest edition
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objective set bullets
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course file 53_ME381_ME381.pdf
Course Content
content serial Description
1 Week Number 1: Engine types
2 Week Number 2: Engine parts
3 Week Number 3: Valve timing effects on P-V diagram
4 Week Number 4: Spark ignition vs compression ignition
5 Week Number 5: Engine charging and volumetric efficiency
6 Week Number 6: Fuel properties
7 Week Number 7: Carburetors / 7th week evaluation
8 Week Number 8: Carburetor calculations
9 Week Number 9: Thermodynamics of combustionrn
10 Week Number 10: Engine heat transfer
11 Week Number 11: Energy balance of engines
12 Week Number 12: Engine performance and testing (I) / 12th week evaluationrn
13 Week Number 13: Engine performance and testing (II).rn
14 Week Number 14: Octane and cetane ratingsrn
15 Week Number 15: Revision
16 Week Number 16: Final Examination