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Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)

SYLLABUS

(Updated on 2019-2020)

First Year B.E (Mechanical)

Semester One (15 weeks)

M 11001 Myanmar (2-0-0) (2 Credit Points)
See under Department of Myanmar
E 11011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of English
EM 11001 Engineering Mathematics I (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Engineering Mathematics
Ph 11001 Engineering Physics I (2-1-2) (3.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Engineering Physics
Ch 11001 Engineering Chemistry I (3-1-2) (4.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Engineering Chemistry
ME 11011 Basic Engineering Drawing (1-0-2) (2 Credit Points)
Introduction, Drawing Equipment and Lettering, Line types, dimensioning, Geometric Constructions, Orthographic Drawing, Free-hand Sketching, Missing Views, Sectional Views
ME 11012 Workshop Practice (0-0-2) (1 Credit point)
Safety in workshop; measurement and gauging, Fitting

Semester two (15 weeks)

M 12001 Myanmar (2-0-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Myanmar
E 12011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of English
EM 12002 Engineering Mathematics II (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Engineering Mathematics
Ph 12001 Engineering Physics II (2-1-2) (3.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Engineering Physics
Ch 12001 Engineering Chemistry II (3-1-2) (4.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Engineering Chemistry
ME 12011 Basic Engineering Drawing (1-0-2) (2 Credit Points)
Auxiliary Views, Basic Descriptive Geometry, Basic Object Development, Intersection of Solids, Pictorial Drawing: Isometric Projection.
ME 12012 Workshop Practices (0-0-2) (1 Credit point)
Tools and Equipment, Measuring Instruments

BE Mech Year I Curriculum


Second Year B.E (Mechanical)

Semester One (15 weeks)

E 21001 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of English.
EM 21003 Engineering Mathematics III (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Engineering Mathematics.
ME 21011 Machine Drawing (1-0-2) (2 Credit Points)
Manufacturing Processes, Tolerancing, Threads, Fasteners and Springs, Gear and Cams.
ME 21012 Workshop Technology (1-0-2) (2 Credit points)
Plant and Shop Layout, Industrial Safety, Properties of Engineering Materials, Bench Work and Fitting, Sheet Metal Work
ME 21015 Engineering Mechanics (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
General Principles, Force Vectors, Equilibrium of a Particle, Force System Resultants, Equilibrium of a Rigid Body, Structural Analysis, Friction, Center of Gravity and Centroid.
Met 21071 Engineering Materials (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
See under Department of Metallurgical Engineering
EP 21013 Applied Electrical Engineering (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
See electrical power department

Semester Two (15 weeks)

E 22001 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of English
EM 22004 Engineering Mathematics IV (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of Engineering Mathematics.
ME 22011 Machine Drawing (1-0-2) (2 Credit Points)
Working Drawings, Working Drawing Assembly, Installation Assembly, Introduction to Auto CAD
ME 22012 Workshop Technology I (1-0-2) (2 Credit appoints)
A Fabrication Process, Gas Welding, Arc Welding, Machine Tools
ME 22015 Engineering Mechanics (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
Kinematics of a Particle, Kinetics of a Particle: Force and Acceleration, Kinetics of a Particle: Work and Energy, Kinetics of a Particle: Impulse and Momentum, Planar Kinematics of a Rigid Body, Planar Kinetics of a Rigid Body: Force and Acceleration
Met 22071 Engineering Materials (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
See under Department of Metallurgical Engineering
EP 22013 Applied Electrical Engineering (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under electronic department

BE Mech Year II Curriculum


Third Year B.E (Mechanical)

Semester One (15 weeks)

E 31011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of English
EM 31005 Engineering Mathematics V (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit points)
See under Department of Engineering Mathematics
ME 31013 Engineering Thermodynamics (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
General Introduction, Systems, The Laws of Thermodynamics, Steam and Two Phase systems, Gases and Single-phase systems, Ideal Gas Power cycles.
ME 31014 Strength of Materials (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Simple Stress and Strain, Elastic Constants, Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia, Shear Force
ME 31015 Theory of Machines I (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Simple Harmonic Motion, Simple Mechanisms, Velocity in Mechanisms (Instantaneous Center Methods and Relative Velocity Methods), Acceleration in Mechanisms
ME 31022 Production Technology (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Foundry Processing, Metal Cutting and Economics of Metal Cutting, Special Machining Process; Forging, Extrusion and Drawing, Meteorology
ME 31034 Mechanical Engineering Fundamentals (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
(Electrical Power and Textile only) (Thermodynamics)
General Introduction, Systems, the laws of Thermodynamics, Gases and Single Phase Systems, Ideal gas Power Cycles.
EcE 31025 Analogue and Digital Electronics (2-0-1) (2.5 credit points)
See under Department of Electronics Engineering

Semester Two (15 weeks)

E 32011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of English
EM 32006 Engineering Mathematics VI (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit points)
See under Department of Engineering Mathematics
ME 32013 Engineering Thermodynamics (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Thermodynamic reversibility, Entropy, Air and Gas compressors, Engine and Plant Trials
ME 32014 Strength of Materials (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Direct and Bending Stresses, Deflection of Cantilevers, Fixed and Continuous Beams, Thin Cylinder and Spheres, Thick Cylinders and Spheres
ME 32015 Theory of Machines I (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Friction, Belt Rope and Chain Drive, Toothed Gear, Gear Trains, Brakes and Dynamometers
ME 32022 Production Technology (2-1-1) (2.5 credit points)
Modern concept of Production System, Properties and Testing of Materials, Inspection and Quality Control, Costing, Introduction to CNC programming
ME 32034 Mechanical Engineering Fundamentals (2-1-0) (2.5 credit points)
(Electrical Power and Textile only) (Strength of Materials)
Introduction, Stress and Strain, Torsion, Shear force and Bending Moment.
EcE 31025 Analogue and Digital Electronics (2-0-1) (2.5 credit points)
See under Department of Electronics Engineering

BE Mech Year III Curriculum


Fourth Year B.E (Mechanical)

Semester One (15 Weeks)

E 41011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of English
EM 41007 Engineering Mathematics VII (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit points)
See under Department of Engineering Mathematics
ME 41032 Manufacturing System and Automations (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
General Introduction, Numerical Control and Computer Numerical Control Technology, Rapid-Prototyping Processes and Operations.
ME 41031 Designs of Machine Elements (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
Stresses in Machine Parts, Spur Gears, Helical Gears, Bevel Gears, Worm Gears, Shaft Design, Belts Design.
ME 41033 Heat Transfer (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Introduction; Introduction to Conduction; One-Dimensional Steady-State Conduction; Two- Dimensional Steady-State Conduction.
ME 41019 Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering (1-0-2) (2 Credit Points)
Introduction to MATLAB, Arrays, Mathematical Operations with Arrays, Using Script files and Managing Data, Two-dimensional plots, Programming in MATLAB.
ME 41016 Fluid Mechanics I (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Properties of Fluids, Pressure Measurement, Hydrostatic Forces on Surfaces, Buoyancy and Flotation, Dynamics of Fluid Flow
ME 41015 Theory of Machines II (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Inertia Force in Reciprocating Parts, Turning Moment Diagram and Flywheel, Governor, Gyroscopic Couple and Processional Motion
ME 41013 Basic Engineering Thermodynamics (2-1-1) (Mining)
General Introduction, Systems, The Laws of Thermodynamics, Gases and single-phase system, Ideal gas power cycles

Semester Two (15 Weeks)

E 42011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
See under Department of English
EM 42008 Engineering Mathematics VIII (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit points)
See under Department of Engineering Mathematics
ME 42032 Manufacturing System and Automations (2-0-1) (3 Credit Points)
Advanced Machining Processes, Automation of Manufacturing Processes, Computer-Aided Manufacturing, Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Systems.
ME 42031 Designs of Machine Elements (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
Key and Couplings, Rolling Contact Bearing, Riveted Joints, Welded Joints, Power Screws,  Springs, Belt Design.
ME 42033 Heat Transfer (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Transient Conduction; Introduction to Convection; External Flow; Internal Flow; Heat Exchangers;
ME 42019 Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering (1-0-2) (2 Credit Points)
User defined functions and Function files, Polynomial Curve fitting and Interpolations, Applications in numerical analysis, Three dimensional plots, Symbolic Math.
ME 42016 Fluid Mechanics I (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Fundamentals of Flow through Pipes, Fundamentals of Flow through Open Channels, Dimensional Analysis, Hydraulic Similitude, Uniform Flow in Open Channel
ME 42015 Theory of Machines II (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Balancing of Rotating Masses and Reciprocating Masses, Cams, Static Forces, Dynamic Forces
ME 42013 Basic Engineering Thermodynamics (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points) (Mining)
Steam and Two-Phase System, Introduction to IC Engine, Engine Trail

BE Mech Year IV Curriculum


Fifth Year B.E (Mechanical)

Semester One (15 Weeks)

ME 51043 Gas Turbine Theory (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Introduction; Shaft Power Cycles; Gas Turbine Cycles for Aircraft Propulsion; Centrifugal Compressors.
ME 51015 Vibration and Control (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Fundamentals of Vibration, Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom system, Harmonically Excited Vibration, Vibration under General Forcing Conditions, Two Degree of Freedom systems, Vibration Control (Vibration Isolation, Vibration Absorber)
ME 51017 Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning I (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Refrigeration and Refrigerants, Evaporators and the Refrigeration System, Condensers, Compressors, Expansion Devices, Special Refrigeration System Components, Applications of Refrigeration Systems, Special Refrigeration Applications, Troubleshooting and Typical Operating Conditions for Commercial Refrigeration, Indoor Air Quality, Comfort and Psychrometrics, Refrigeration Applied to Air-Conditioning, Air Distribution and Balance, Installation
ME 51028 Engineering Management (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
Introduction, Production Systems, Selection of Production Systems of productivity, Facility location, Transportation Method, Centroid Method, Facility Plant Layout, Layout Planning, Block Diagram, Assembly Line Balancing, Group Technology, Cellular Manufacturing, Forecasting Methods, Time-series Forecasting, Forecasting Performance Measurement, Materials Requirement Planning, MRP II, Enterprise Resource Planning, Classification of inventory, Inventory Costs, Continuous and Periodic Inventory Review Systems, Economic Order Quantity, Reorder Point, Reliability Curves, Failure Pattern, Evaluation of System Reliability, Reliability Testing, Design for Maintainability, Maintenance cost, Serviceability, Cost elements, Cost Accounting, Break-Even Analysis, Depreciation.
ME 51023 Internal Combustion Engines (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
General Introduction to IC Engines; Basic Engine Performance Parameters and Road Load Performance; Air Standard Cycle Analysis; Fuel-Air Cycle Analysis; Actual Cycles and their Analysis; Fuels; Carburetion and Carburetors; Electronic Fuel Injection System
ME 51016 Fluid Mechanics II (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Kinematics of Fluid Flow, Laminar Flow, Turbulent Flow through Pipes, Flow Around immersed Body, Compressible Flow
ME 51031 Integrated Design Project (Capstone) (0-0-3) (1.5 credit points)
Design Project (Individual/Group (max. 5 students) design project, Project design of simple machines. Such as screw press, Multi stage speed reducers, jib crane and bearing puller. Individual design projects such as small agriculture machines, eg; threshers, seeders, grain harvesting and power tillers.)

Semester Two (15 Weeks)

ME 52043 Gas Turbine Theory (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Axial Flow Compressors; Combustion Systems; Axial and Radial Flow Turbines; Prediction of Performance of Simple Gas Turbine.
ME 52015 Vibration and Control (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Introduction to Control Systems, Mathematical Modeling of Control Systems, Mathematical Modeling of Mechanical Systems, Mathematical Modeling of Fluid Systems and Thermal Systems, Transient and Steady-State Response Analyses, Control Systems Analysis and Design by the Frequency-Response Method.
ME 52017 Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
The Scope and Uses of Air-Conditioning, Heating Loads, Fans and Air Distribution Devices,Psychometric Analysis and Human Comfort, Commercial and Residential Cooling Load Design, Flow of air in Duct Design, Vapour compression refrigeration with multi -pressure system
ME 52028 Engineering Management (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
Replacement Analysis and Selection among Alternatives, Linear Programming and Transportation Problem, Assignment and Sequencing Models, Principle of Management, project Management PERT and CPM, Resource Levelling, Definition of quality, Dimensions of Quality, Quality Planning, Assurance and Control, Cost of quality, Total quality Management, Seven Basic Tools for Quality Control, Quality Function Deployment
ME 52023 Internal Combustion Engines (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Ignition System; Diesel Fuel Injection System; Combustion in SI Engines; Combustion in CI Engines; Engine Friction and Lubrication; Engine Cooling System; Two-Stroke Engines.
ME 52016 Fluid Mechanics II (2-1-1) (3 Credit Points)
Hydraulic Turbines, Governing and Performance of Hydraulic Turbine, Reciprocating Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Miscellaneous Hydraulic Devices and Machines
ME 52031 Integrated Design Project (0-0-3) (1.5 credit points)
Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team-based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process, including: problem definition, generation and evaluation of concepts, engineering analysis and testing, and preparation of design documentation. Project management and communications skills will also be emphasized.

BE Mech Year V Curriculum


Sixth Year B.E (Mechanical)

Semester One (15 weeks)

ME 61020 Renewable Energy (2-1-1)* (3 credit points)
Solar Radiation, Solar water heating, Buildings and other solar thermal application, Photovoltaic generation, Hydro-power, Power from the wind, Biomass and biofuels, Geothermal energy
ME 61022 Flexible Manufacturing System* (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
FMS Introduction and Description, Manufacturing Cell, JIT and KABAN System, Group Technology, Machining Centers, Deburring and Wash Stations, Coordinate Measuring Machines, Automated Material Movement and Storage System.
ME 61025 Automobile Engineering* (2-1-1) (3 credit points)
Vehicle Structure, Transmission Systems, Steering Systems, Suspension Systems, Braking, Lighting Systems, Starting and Motor Systems, Charging Systems
ME 61019 Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering (2-0-2) (3 credit points)
Introduction to Matlab, Matlab Fundamentals, Program Design Algorithm Development, Matlab Function and Data Import/Export Utilities, Logical Vectors, Matrix of Numbers and Array of Strings, Introduction to Graphics, Loops, Function M-files, Vectors as arrays & advanced data structures, More graphics, Dynamical systems, Simulation, More matrices, Introduction to numerical methods, Euler’s method, Example.
HSS 61012 Humanities and Social Science (4-0-0) (4 credit points)
Introduction to Engineering Ethics, Engineering Communications, Environmental science, Fundamental Principles of Occupational Health and Safety, International Relations, Engineering Management

* Elective subject (Must be taken any one subjects of these three subjects)

Semester Two (15 weeks)

ME 62031 Internship (8 weeks) (4 credit points)
ME 62032 Graduation Thesis (Individual) (8 credit points)

The mechanical students are required to submit a thesis individually at the end of the second semester in final year. The thesis must be based on the student’s research work in accordance with the National needs of the country.
Two Seminars, Defense
(Technical – 25 %, Presentation skills – 20%, English Proficiency – 10 %, Performance – 20 %
Questions and Answers – 25 %)

BE Mech Year VI Curriculum