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SYLLABUSES OF COURSES 203 Civil Engineering II Mathematics Mathematical theory of elasticity Elements of statistical theory Matrix algebra Traffic Engineering Elements of traffic engineering Movement of traffic Surveys Analysis Statistical methods Road capacity design and layout Strength and Elasticity of Materials fuller knowledge of the subject stated in Materials and Structures Part together with the following Bending stresses in curved beams Deflection of thin and thick curved beams Bending of curved beams in plane not coinciding with their plane of initial curvature Stresses slopes and deflections in thin rectangular and circular plates Deflection of beams and plates due to shear Application of strain energy to instability of bars and plates Effect of shearing force on Critical Load Three-dimensional stress and strain analysis Mohr's circle for three-dimensional stress Theories of failure Experimental stress analysis Elements of plastic stress-strain relationship The lecture course is supplemented by experimental work in the laboratory Dynamics of Fluids Elementary gas dynamics Compressibility effects-Velocity of sound Fluid dynamics of gaseous jets Shock waves Lift and propulsion in fluid media Lift on rotating cylinder vane and wing Steady flow of gas in long pipes Unsteady gas flow-wave propagation in tubes Measurement of flow in steady and unsteady gas streams Viscous flow Heat and Thermodynamics More advanced study of engineering thermodynamics Complex heat power cycles-discussion of losses and efficiency More detailed theory of the internal combustion engines Elementary treatment of rocket and ramjet motors Analysis of the turbo jet engine Refrigeration Complex cycles incorporating compound compression and multiple expansion valves Further study of refrigeration compressors Dual effect compression Characteristic equations for thermodynamic fluids
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