ADME ENGINEERING CURRICULUM (INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM)

FOR STUDENT ID 56XXXXX ONWARDS

SEMESTERS SUBJECTS CREDITS
8 55 147

SEMESTER 1

Course Subject Credits
2190101*
Computer Programming
Introduction to computer systems; problem-solving using computers; programming in high-level languages; program structure programming style and convention, control statements,data handling ​and processing; subprograms; classes and objects. 
3
2190151*
Computer Programming Laboratory
Computer programming in Engineering; reviews of computer programming concepts; hands-on experience on computer programming using contemporary engineering tools. 
1
2301107
Calculus I
Limits; continuity; differentiation; applications of differentiation; integration; applications of definite integral; transcendental functions; techniques of integration; improper integrals; first-order differential equations.  
3
2302103
General Chemistry Laboratory     
Standard solution preparation; qualitative analysis; titration; electrochemistry; pH metric titration; spectroscopy; calculation and evaluation of data; calibration curve; introduction to polymer.
1
2302105
Chemistry for Engineers
Structure of atoms; chemical bonding: ionic bonding, covalent bonding, valence bond theory, hybridization- interaction coordination, intermolecular forces, molecular movement; state of matter: gases, structure of solid, liquid, and solutions; chemical reactions; interaction of matters with electromagnetic radiation and electrical energy; chemical thermodynamics.  
3
2304153
Physics for Engineers
Mechanics of particles and rigid bodies; properties of matter; fluid mechanics; heat; vibrations and waves; elements of electromagnetism; optics; modern physics.  
3
2304193
Physics Laboratory for Engineers               
Measurement and precision; experiments on simple harmonic motion; radius of gyration; dynamics of rotation; velocity of sound; viscosity of fluids.  
1
5501112*
Communicative English I
Practice language skills in acquiring information and knowledge from different sources and media in subjects of students' interest under selected themes; collecting information, summarizing and presenting important issues.              
3
  18

SEMESTER 2

Course Subject Credits  
2140111*
Exploring Engineering World       
Engineering topics related to daily life: energy, resources, environment manufacturing, process,
industry, material, automotive, infrastructure, information system and bio engineering.  
3
2183101*
Engineering Graphics      
Lettering; orthographic projections; sketching and drawing; pictorial drawing; dimensioning' tolerancing and geometrical tolerancing; section; working drawing; mechanical parts drawing; introduction to CAD.  
3
2189101*
Engineering Materials
Important engineering materials: metals, plastics, asphalt, wood and concrete; phase diagram and its interpretation; testing and meaning of various properties; macroscopic and microscopic structure which are correlating with properties of the engineering materials; production process of products from engineering materials.
3
2301108
Calculus II          
Sequences and infinite series; convergence tests; power series; Taylor series; lines ; planes, and quadric surface in three-dimensional space; calculus of vector-valued functions; line integrals; limits and continuity of functions of several variables; partial derivatives; directional derivatives and gradients; Lagrange multipliers; multiple integrals.
3
2304154
Physics and Electronics for Engineers       
Electricity; DC circuits; AC circuits; basic electronics; solid state devices; electrical actuators.
3
2304194
Physics and Electronics Laboratory for Engineers
Resistance and electromotive force measurements; experiments on ampmeter; voltmeter; oscilloscope; AC circuit; transistor; lenses and mirrors; polarization; interference; diffraction.  .
1
5501123*
Communicative English II
 
3
  19

SEMESTER 3

Course Subject Credits
2142251*
Manufacturing Process for Automotive Engineering I
Introduction to the principles of manufacturing as related to automotive engineering; relationship between manufacturing process, material properties and structure; fundamentals of bulk deformation, sheet metal forming processes; fundamentals of solidification processing; fundamentals of metal joining; principles of heat treatment and surface modification.
3
2183212*
Statics
Force systems; resultants; equilibrium; structure; distributed force; friction; virtual work; stability.
3
2183221*
Thermodynamics              
Basic concepts; thermodynamic state and process; properties of pure substances and ideal gases; energy; the first law of thermodynamics and the first law analysis for isolated, closed, and open systems; entropy;  the second law of thermodynamics and the second law analysis for isolated, closed, and opens systems; gas power cycles: Carnot, Otto, and Brayton cycles; refrigeration cycle; introduction to gas mixtures; introduction to combustion.
3
2183271*
Automotive Engineering Workshop
Hand-on study of automotive systems and components; names and functions of components and parts; basic mechanical parts; engine; electronic systems; power train; brake systems; steering mechanism; basic diagnosis.
1
2183281*
Introduction to Automotive Engineering
Basic principles of automotive systems, components, and design; internal combustion engine; transmission; chassis; suspension; steering; brake; body; vehicle aerodynamics and automotive  electronics; basic vehicle dynamics; performance and handling.
3
2184201*
Probability and Statistics for Automotive Engineering
Engineering basis in statistics and probability; discrete and continuous probability distribution; joint probability distribution; parameter estimation: estimator, bias, consistency; point estimation; interval estimation; automotive engineering applications in measurement and uncertainty, linear regression, introduction to random process; integration of statistics in automotive engineering applications; case studies.
3
2301312
Differential Equations
Existence and uniqueness theorem of solution of first order equations; initial value problem; Laplace transform; Taylor series expansion of elementary functions; numerical methods; general linear equations;  solution in series; linear partial differential equations boundary value problems.
3
  19

SEMESTER 4

Course Subject Credits
2142201
Engineering First
Basic skills in engineering; problem solving, communication skills, team work skills through small class projects; dissection skills. 
3
2142252*
Manufacturing Process for Automotive Engineering II                       
Metal removal and machining processes; processes of non-metallic materials: glass, polymers, and ceramics; surface and tribological characteristics; application of automation and computer-integrated manufacturing systems in automotive part manufacturing; fundamentals of automotive part designs and technology management; supply chains and structure of automotive part manufacturing.
3
2182210*
Electrical Circuit              
DC circuit analysis; Kirchhoff’s laws; Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorem; semiconductor devices; op-amps; digital circuit; DC motor.
3
2182213*
Electrical Circuit Laboratory        
Electronic instruments; multimeter; oscilloscope; DC circuit; voltage regulators; filter circuit; transistor amplifier circuit; op-amp circuits; digital circuits; DC motor.
1
2183213*
Mechanics of  Materials
Force and stress; stresses and strains relationship; Hooke's law; modulus of elasticity; stresses in beams; shear force; bending moment diagrams; deflection of beams; torsion; buckling of columns; Mohr's circle; combined stresses; failure criterion; safety factors.
3
2183231*
Dynamics            
Kinematics of three-dimensional curvilinear motion of a particle; kinetics of a particle: force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse and momentum; kinematics of planar motion of a rigid body: absolute and relative motion analysis; kinetics of planar motion of a rigid body: force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse and momentum; introduction to kinematics and kinetics of three-dimensional motion of a rigid body.
3
5501214*
Communication and Presentation Skills
Practice using English for social communication and giving oral presentation on engineering-
related topics
3
  19

SEMESTER 5

Course Subject Credits
2182310*
Electronics and Instrumentation for Automobile
Introduction to digital circuits; introduction to microprocessors and microprocessors based systems; basic instrumentation; application of different types of instrumentations to automotive systems.
3
2183222*
Fluid Mechanics               
Basic concepts in physics: physical quantity and physical quantity relations, dimensions of physical quantity and the principle of dimensional homogeneity, dimensionless variables; basic concepts in fluid mechanics: continuum assumption, methods of description: Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions, field quantity and classification of flow fields; geometric and kinematics of fluid motion: pathlines, streamlines, and streaklines; forces and stresses in fluids: pressure and pressure force, shear stress and shear force; convection flux and Reynold’s transport theorem; physical laws of finite control volume: conservations of mass, linear momentum, and energy; conservation of angular momentum with application to turbomachines; physical laws of infinite control volume: conservation of mass and linear momentum, introduction to Navier-Stokes and Euler’s equations; Bernoulli’s equation from momentum and conservation of mechanical energy viewpoints; introduction to vorticity and vortex; dimensional analysis: Buckingham’s PI theorem, similarity, and model testing; internal viscous flows, energy consideration in pipe flows and piping system; external flows, boundary layer, and aerodynamic force and moment; applications: turbomachines, model testing, piping and pumping system, aerodynamic force and moment.
3
2183261*
Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
Experimentation and basic concepts; error and uncertainty analysis; measurement and instrumentation; data analysis; interpretation of experimental results; reporting of experimental results; basic experiments in solid mechanics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and basic engine testing.
2
2183272*
Automotive Instrument Laboratory
Basic electronics; electronic systems in automobiles; engine performance testing; basic automotive diagnosis.
1
2183331*
Mechanics of Machinery               
Basic mechanisms; gear trains; displacements; velocity and acceleration in machines; statics and dynamics force analysis; balances of rotating and reciprocating masses; gyroscopic effects.
3
2184302*
Product Development Process
Product requirements and specifications; reverse engineering; use of CMM; product design by CAD.
3
5501225*
Technical Writing            
Practice in writing summaries composing different types and styles of writing in the field of engineering and writing reports of studies and experiments.
3
  18

SEMESTER 6

Course Subject Credits
2142424
Vehicle Dynamics
Dynamics of motor vehicles; properties of pneumatic tire; suspension and steering mechanism; vehicle longitudinal dynamics; linear bicycle models; stability; linear engine models; pleasure in driving.
3
2183321*
Heat Transfer
Modes of heat transfer; general forms of heat conduction equations; steady one-dimensional heat conduction; steady two-dimensional heat conduction, transient one-dimensional heat conduction; introduction of convection and boundary layer; external flow; internal flow; free convection; heat exchangers; introduction of radiation of black body and gray surfaces; view factors; radiation exchange between gray, diffuse surfaces in an enclosure.
3
2183332*
CAD/CAM/CAE
Introduction to CAD/CAM/CAE, 3D solid modeling, design concepts and implementation; link to manufacturing interface.
3
2183351*
Mechanical Engineering Design  
Fundamentals of mechanical engineering design; properties of materials; theory of failure; fatigue; design of basic machine elements; design project of a simple mechanical machine.
3
2184303*
Engineering Management
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3
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General Education
 
3
  18

SEMESTER 7 (SUMMER)

Course Subject Credits
2140301
Industrial Training           
Engineering practice in related areas under supervision of experienced engineers in private sectors  or government agencies.
2
  2

SEMESTER 8

Course Subject Credits
2142498*
Automotive Engineering Pre-Project
Preliminary study for automotive engineering; project formulation and proposal.
1
2183322*
Internal Combustion Engine
Internal combustion engines; basic principles; fluid flow; thermodynamics; fuels and combustion; ideal fuel air cycle; heat transfer; friction and lubrication; efficiency and emission; different types of engines: spark-ignition and compression-ignition; ignition systems; supercharging and scavenging; performance and testing.
3
2183352*
Motor Vehicle Design
Systematic approach to automotive design; space defining components; ergonomics; automotive safety and legal regulations.
3
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Approved Elective           
 
3
xxxxxxx
Approved Elective           
 
3
xxxxxxx
General Education            
 
3
xxxxxxx
General Education            
 
3
xxxxxxx
Free Elective
 
3
  22

SEMESTER 9

Course Subject Credits
2142499
Automotive Engineering Project
Group or individual project on a subject related to automotive engineering and manufacturing.
3
xxxxxxx
Approved Elective
 
3
xxxxxxx
General Education            
 
3
xxxxxxx
Free Elective      
 
3
  12