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ENGR111-ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

3 Credits

This course develops the student’s skills in the subject emphasising the application of these in engineering situations. Topics will include: orthographic projection, auxiliary plans, developments, sections, oblique and pictorial views, vector geometry design concepts, working drawings and the introduction to computer- aided drafting.
Prereq: TECH028

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ENGR231-ENGINEERING STATICS

3 Credits

A first course in engineering mechanics aimed at developing the ability of the student to analyse problems in statics in a simple and logical manner and to solve these problems using a few basic scientific principles.
Prereq: PHYS176 and PHYL176 and MATH170

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ENGR232-INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS

3 Credits

An introductory course to be taken by all Pre-Engineering students not aspiring to specialisation in Electrical Engineering. It exposes the student to linear circuit analysis in the time and the frequency domains. Exposure will be given to the PSpice simulation package.
Prereq: MATH170 and PHYS165

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ENGR233-ENGINEERING NETWORK ANALYSIS I

3 Credits

This is the first course in a two-course sequence which is designed to expose Electrical Pre-Engineering students to circuit analysis in the time domain. Exposure to the PSpice simulation package will also be given.
Prereq: MATH170 and PHYS165

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ENGR241-ENGINEERING DYNAMICS

3 Credits

A sequential course to Engineering Statics, drawing on the principles acquired there from and adapting these to the solution of engineering problems involving motion of particles, systems of particles and rigid bodies.
Prereq: ENGR231

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ENGR242-MECHANICS OF MATERIALS

3 Credits

A first course in the mechanics of deformable bodies designed to provide aspiring students in Civil, Structural and Mechanical Engineering with the foundation for subsequent specialised and advanced work in their particular areas of specialisation.
Prereq: ENGR231

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ENGR243-ENGINEERING NETWORK ANALYSIS II

3 Credits

This is the second course in a two-course sequence which is designed to expose Electrical Pre-Engineering students to circuit analysis in the frequency-domain. Exposure to the PSpice simula- tion package will also be given.
Prereq: ENGR233

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ENGR244-ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS

3 Credits

An introductory course in thermodynamics suitable for students in Chemical, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. Focus is on simple gas and vapour processes with illustrative applications in the production of power and in the use of refrigeration plants and equipment.
Prereq: CHEM135 and PHYS176 and PHYL176 and MATH170

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