code ME382
credit_hours 3
title Internal Combustion Engines (2)
arbic title
prequisites ME381
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes a- Knowledge and UnderstandingrnThrough knowledge and understanding, students will be able to:rna.6) Quality assurance systems, codes of practice and standards, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.rna.7) Business and management principles relevant to engineering.rna.p.2) Internal combustion, pumps, turbines and compressors, classification, construction design concepts, Operation and characteristicsrna.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.5) Assess and evaluate the characteristics and performance of components, systems and processesrnb.p.1) Evaluate mechanical power and energy engineering designs, processes and performances and propose improvements.rnb.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 problemsrnc- Professional SkillsrnThrough professional and practical skills, students will be able to:rnc.8) Apply safe systems at work and observe the appropriate steps to manage risks.rnc.p.1) Use basic workshop equipment safely and appropriately.rnc.p.5) Design, operate, repair and maintain fluid hydraulic power systems for diverse applicationsrnc.p.7) Work in mechanical power and energy operations, maintenance and overhaulrnc.a.1) Using special automotive test & measurement equipment and conducting experimental laboratory
arabic Description/Outcomes
objectives ï‚· To teach students fundamentals of diesel engine operation and engine systems.rnï‚· To help students acquire the ability to do simple design calculationsrnï‚· To teach students the basics of diesel engine systems and testing
arabic objectives
ref. books  William K. Tobold, ” Diesel Fundamentals, service, repair”, latest edition, the Goreadheart, willeax company Inc.
arabic ref. books
textbook  Bartlett, Tim. , “The Adlard book of Diesel engines”, Adlard Coles Nautical. – Latest Edition..
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objective set bullets
content set bullets
course file 53_ME382_ME382.pdf
Course Content
content serial Description
1 Week Number 1: Introduction to D.E.rnrn
2 Week Number 2: Analysis of Actual Cycle of Diesel Engine Using ?El Chelberg Chart? rn
3 Week Number 3: Analysis of Actual Cycle of D.E. Using ? El Chellberg Chart?rn
4 Week Number 4: Charging and Scavenging Process
5 Week Number 5: Combustion Process in D.E. rnrn
6 Week Number 6: Combustion Process in D.E. rn
7 Week Number 7: Fuel Injection System / 7th week evaluation
8 Week Number 8: Fuel Injection System (Cont.)
9 Week Number 9: Fuel Injection System (Cont.)
10 Week Number 10: Exhaust Emissions ( Formation – Effects – Measurements – Control – Standards )
11 Week Number 11: Exhaust Emissions ( Formation – Effects – Measurements – Control – Standards )
12 Week Number 12: Super Charging - 12th Week Exam rn
13 Week Number 13: Turbocharging.
14 Week Number 14: Engine Operating Characteristics
15 Week Number 15: Revision rnrn
16 Week Number 16: Final examination