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Mechatronics Engineering



Department Intro

Program Vision

The Mechatronics Engineering Program at the Pyramids Higher Institute for Engineering and Technology is designed with the aspiration to be one of the leading programs on the local, regional and international levels in the field of Mechatronics Engineering. The program is committed to provide a world-class education that meets the local labor market needs and requirements to catch up with the global developments and challenges.

Program Mission

Mechatronics Engineering Program at Pyramids Higher Institute for Engineering and Technology is committed to prepare and graduate engineers with the capabilities and skills that are able to analyze, design and control advanced integrated systems, and catching up with the rapid and continuous developments within the fields of intelligence, energysaving, and autonomous control. The program is also committed to graduate a special class of engineers capable of participating in the design processes and performance improvements for the modern integrated multidisciplinary systems through a robust program comprises an integrated courses in mechanics, electrical power, automatic control, and electronics. The program is supported by a wide variety of labs that serves the experimental applications in almost every course in the curriculum. The role of the department is extended beyond the territories of the institute to follow up the graduate students and collect data that are utilized to continuously modify the program in a way to keep tracking of the changes in local labor market needs, and the rapid advancements in the mechatronics engineering technologies.

Program Objectives

The Mechatronic Engineering Program aims to provide an educational environment that depends on modern technology in addition to an effective scientific environment that motivates students to develop their technical and engineering skills to achieve scientific requirements and technology in the future and develop their capabilities to adopt a comprehensive and innovative scientific curriculum to develop new solutions to contemporary industrial problems and provide technical advice And help in the development of new mechatronic products and engineering solutions and meet the needs of society.

The objectives of the program crystallize the preparation and graduation of a qualified and qualified engineer to understand and evaluate systems, processes and engineering activities and to evaluate and reduce their negative impacts on the environment and society. As well as developing discussion skills, teamwork and critical thinking in order to achieve compatibility with the National Academic Quality Reference Standards (NARS), which is that the graduate is able to:

* Apply mathematical, scientific, and engineering knowledge and concepts to solve engineering problems. Design and conduct experiments as well as data analysis and interpretation.
* Identify, formulate and solve basic engineering problems.
* Use appropriate techniques, skills and engineering tools to practice the engineering profession and manage engineering projects.
* Using mathematical and natural sciences and systems analysis tools to design systems and their components.
* Analyzing engineering problems in the field of integrated mechatronic systems and providing engineering solutions to them.

1- Applying mathematical, scientific and engineering knowledge and concepts in solving engineering problems.
2- Designing a system / component / process to meet the required needs within realistic restrictions.
3- Designing and conducting experiments as well as analyzing and interpreting data.
4- Defining, formulating and solving basic engineering problems.
5- Using the appropriate engineering techniques, skills and tools necessary for practicing the engineering profession and managing engineering projects.
6- Actively working within a multidisciplinary team.
7- Communicate effectively.
8- Consider the effects of engineering solutions on society and the environment.
9- Knowledge of contemporary engineering topics.
10- Know professional and ethical responsibilities, and understand the content.
11- Self-learning and lifelong learning.
12- Using mathematical and natural sciences and systems analysis tools in designing systems and their components.
13- Demonstrate knowledge of engineering sciences and their application to electromechanical systems.
14- Problem solving in the fields of mechanical, electronic, computer and programming systems.
15- Analyzing and checking the interlocking properties of mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems.

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge

With the successful completion of the study in the mechatronic engineering program, the student acquires knowledge and understanding of:
1- Mathematical and scientific knowledge, concepts and theories appropriate to engineering mechatronics.
2- The foundations of information and communication technology.
3- Characteristics of engineering materials related to the field of mechatronics engineering.
4- The foundations of design including designing elements, processes, and mechatronic systems.
5- Methodologies for solving engineering problems and collecting and interpreting information.
6- Quality assurance systems, engineering codes and standards, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.
7- Principles of management and business related to mechatronic engineering
8- Modern technologies for mechatronic engineering.
9- Humanitarian and ethical issues.
10- Technical English Language and Report Writing.
11- Ethics of professional practice and the impact of engineering solutions on society and the environment.
12- Contemporary Issues in Mechatronic Engineering.
13- Basic sciences, the basics of mechanical and electronic engineering, software engineering, and ways to link them.
14- Basics of identifying, formulating and solving problems in the interdisciplinary fields of mechatronics.
15 - Principles of sustainable design and development.

Mental skills

With the successful completion of the study in the mechatronics engineering program, the student will be able to:
1 - Choose the appropriate mathematics and computer methods to model and analyze problems.
2 - He chooses appropriate solutions to engineering problems based on analytical thinking.
3 - Think creatively and creatively in problem solving and design.
4 - Collect, exchange and evaluate different ideas, opinions and knowledge from a range of sources.
5 - Evaluates the characteristics and performance of systems, components, and processes.
6- It investigates the failure of components, systems and processes.
7 - Solve engineering problems on the basis of limited and possibly contradictory information.
8 - Selects and evaluates appropriate ICT tools for a variety of engineering problems.
9 - Judges engineering decisions taking into consideration balanced costs, advantages, safety considerations, quality and environmental impact considerations.
10 - Ensures economic, social, environmental and risk management dimensions in design.
11 - Analyzes the results from numerical models and assesses their limits.
12 - Establishes an organized and structured approach to dealing with new and advanced technology.
13 - Determines, at an appropriate level, the design, production, and software requirements required for linking the different parts of the mechatronic systems.
14 - Develops creative and creative solutions to the problems of mechatronic systems, especially manufacturing, maintenance and interconnection problems, taking into account industrial and commercial restrictions.

Professional and practical skills

With the successful completion of the study in the mechatronic engineering program, the student will be able to:
1 - Apply knowledge in mathematics, science, information technology and design, in the context of engineering practice and engineering problem solving.
2- It integrates engineering knowledge and makes suggestions for improving design, products and / or services.
3- Create and / or redesign a process, component or system, and execute specialized engineering designs.
4 - Practice precision and aesthetics in design and approach.
5 - Use computers and various technologies, measurement tools, workshops and laboratory equipment to design experiments, collect, analyze and interpret results.
6 - Uses a wide range of analytical tools, techniques, equipment, related software packages and required software development.
7 - Apply numerical modeling methods to engineering problems.
8 - Apply safety systems at work and monitor appropriate steps to manage risks.
9 - Practice basic skills for organizing and managing projects.
10 - It applies quality assurance procedures and follows the rules and standards.
11 - Exchanges knowledge and skills with the engineering and industrial community.
12 - Prepares and presents technical reports.
13 - competes deeply and eligibility in one of the engineering disciplines: mechanics, electronics, interconnection and software
14 - Manages the problems of specialization by identifying, formulating and solving them.
15 - Take advantage of the practical systems approach to design and performance evaluation.
16 - It applies the principles of sustainable design and development.

General Skills

With the successful completion of the study in the electrical engineering program, the student will be able to:
1- Collaborate effectively within a multidisciplinary team.
2- It works in a stressful environment and within restrictions.
3- It communicates effectively.
4- Show efficiency in information technology capabilities
5- Leads and motivates individuals.
6- Effectively manages tasks, time and resources.
7- Looking for information and practicing self-learning for life.
8- Acquire entrepreneurial skills
9- Refer to the relevant literature

Academic Courses List For Credit Hours System

Credit Hours Courses List

Level Four
# Code Course Term Lecture exercises Contact hours Units Class Work Practical Exam
1 ELP 316 Modeling And Simulations 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
2 ELP 313 Electrical Machines (2 ) 1 2 3 5 3 30 10 60
3 MCH 312 Resources Management 1 2 1 3 2 40 0 60
4 MCH 310 Design AND Manufacturing By Computer 1 3 50 0 50
5 MCH 314 Pneumatic & Hydraulics Control 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
6 MCH 315 Mngineering Measurements 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
7 MCH 351 Quality Control 1 3 40 0 60
8 MCH 353 Vessels And Pipe Lines Design 1 3 40 0 60
9 ELC 328 Microprocessor And Microcontrollers 2 2 2 4 3 30 10 60
10 ELP 321 Programmable Logic Controller 2 2 3 5 3 30 10 60
11 ELP 322 Electronics Power Systems 2 2 2 4 3 30 10 60
12 ELP 356 Mechatronics system Design 2 3 30 10 60
13 MCH 323 Hydraulic Circuits 2 2 3 5 3 30 10 60
14 MCH 355 Reverse Engineering 2 3 40 0 60
15 MCH 357 Mechanical Maintenmce 2 3 40 0 60
16 MCH 456 Air Conditioning 2 3 20 20 60

Level Five
# Code Course Term Lecture exercises Contact hours Units Class Work Practical Exam
1 ELP 412 Robotics Dynamic 1 2 1 3 2 40 0 60
2 ELP 413 Digital Control Systems 1 2 3 5 3 30 10 60
3 ELP 415 Artificial Intelligent & Intelligent Control Syste 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
4 MCH 411 Industrial Engineering 1 2 1 3 2 40 0 60
5 MCH 414 Fault Diagnosis 1 2 40 0 60
6 MCH 416 Graduation Project** 1 0 4 4 2 0 0 100
7 MCH 454 Fire Fighting 1 3 20 20 60
8 4* Military education 2 0 0 0 0
9 ELC 421 Mechatronics Engineering 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
10 MCH 452 Renewable Energy 2 3 30 0 70
11 MCH 422 Project Management 2 2 1 3 2 40 0 60
12 ELP 423 Robotics Control 2 2 3 5 3 30 10 60
13 MCH 426 Graduation Project** 2 0 4 4 2 0 0 100
14 MCH 455 Mechatronics Applications 2 3 30 10 60
15 MCH 457 System&Equipments Material Handling 2 3 40 0 60

Academic Courses For Terms

Courses List

Prepration Year
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 BAS 011 Mathematics (1) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
2 BAS 012 Physics (1) 1 50 20 80 150 2 1 2 5 3 لا
3 BAS 013 Mechanics (1) 1 50 0 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
4 BAS 014 Industrial Chemistry 1 40 10 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
5 HUM 016 Technical English 1 20 0 30 50 2 - - 2 2 لا
6 HUM 017 History of Engineering & Technology 1 20 0 30 50 2 - - 2 2 لا
7 MCH 015 Engineering Drawing & Projection (1) 1 60 0 65 125 1 3 - 4 3 لا
8 BAS 021 Mathematics (2) 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
9 BAS 023 Mechanics (2) 2 50 0 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
10 BAS 022 Physics (2) 2 50 20 80 150 2 1 2 5 3 لا
11 CMP 024 Fundamentals of Programming 2 50 0 50 100 2 - 2 4 3 لا
12 MCH 025 Engineering Drawing & Projection (2) 2 60 0 65 125 1 3 - 4 3 لا
13 MCH 026 Production Technology & Workshop 2 50 25 50 125 2 1 2 5 3 لا

Level One
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 BAS 111 Mathematics (3) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
2 ELP 112 Electrical circuits 1 35 15 75 125 2 2 1 5 3 لا
3 MCH 116 Thermodynamics 1 35 15 75 125 2 2 1 5 3 لا
4 MCH 113 Manufacturing Engineering 1 35 15 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
5 MCH 113 Mechanical Drawing 1 50 0 75 125 2 3 - 5 3 لا
6 MCH 115 Engineering Materials (1) 1 35 15 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
7 BAS 126 Mathematics (4) 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
8 ELC 124 Electronic Circuits 2 35 15 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
9 CMP 123 Computer Programming 2 25 25 75 125 1 1 2 4 3 لا
10 MCH 121 Theory of Machines 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
11 MCH 122 Heat and Mass Transfer 2 35 15 75 125 2 2 1 5 3 لا
12 MCH 125 Engineering Materials (2) 2 35 15 75 125 2 2 1 5 3 لا

Level Two
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 ELC 216 Logic circuits 1 35 15 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
2 BAS 212 Statistical Eng.& Probability 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
3 MCH 211 Stresses Analysis 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
4 MCH 213 Fluid Mechanics 1 35 15 75 125 2 2 1 5 3 لا
5 MCH 214 Introduction To Mechatronics 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
6 MCH 215 Engineering Measurements 1 35 15 75 125 2 2 1 5 3 لا
7 4 Summer training ( 1) 2 25 25 0 50 3 لا
8 ELC 225 Logic Control Systems 2 40 20 90 150 2 2 1 5 3 لا
9 HUM 223 Engineering Standards &Safety 2 40 0 60 100 2 2 - 4 2 لا
10 ELP 224 Electrical Machines 2 40 20 90 150 2 2 1 5 3 لا
11 MCH 221 Mechanical Design (1) 2 60 0 90 150 2 4 - 6 3 لا
12 MCH 222 System Dynamics 2 40 20 90 150 2 2 1 5 3 لا

الفرقة الثالثة
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 317a Faults Diagnosis 1 25 15 60 100 نعم
2 317b Turbo-Machinery 1 25 15 60 100 نعم
3 317c Renewable energies 1 25 15 60 100 نعم
4 317d Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 1 25 15 60 100 نعم
5 ELC 312 Microprocessor and Microcontrollers 1 35 15 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
6 HUM 316 Technical writing &Communication Skills 1 40 0 60 100 2 1 - 3 2 لا
7 ELP 313 Power electronic 1 25 15 60 100 2 1 1 4 3 لا
8 ELP 315 Automatic Control 1 40 0 60 100 2 2 - 4 3 لا
9 MCH 311 Mechanical Design (2) 1 50 0 75 125 2 3 - 5 3 لا
10 MCH 314 Mechanical Vibrations 1 25 15 60 100 2 1 1 4 3 لا
11 326a Electrical Drive Systems 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
12 326b Reverse Engineering 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
13 326c Systems and Equipment’s of Materials Handling 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
14 326d Automatic control systems 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
15 326e Signal Analysis 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
16 44 Summer training 2 2 25 25 0 50 لا
17 ELC 324 Computer Interface Circuits 2 35 15 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
18 HUM322 Projects Management 2 40 0 60 100 2 2 - 4 3 لا
19 ELP 323 Special electrical machines 2 35 15 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
20 MCH 321 Design & Manufacturing by Computer (CAD / CAM) 2 35 15 75 125 2 1 2 5 3 لا
21 MCH 325 Pneumatic & Hydraulics Control Circuits 2 35 15 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا

Level Four
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 416a Operations Research 1 25 15 60 100 نعم
2 416b Micro & Nano Electro- Mechanical System (MEMS and NEM 1 25 15 60 100 نعم
3 416c Maintenance of Mechatronics Systems 1 25 15 60 100 نعم
4 ELC 415 Artificial Intelligent & Intelligent Control Systems 1 45 15 90 150 2 1 1 4 3 لا
5 HUM412 Engineering Ethics & Regulations 1 40 0 60 100 2 1 - 3 2 لا
6 ELP 414 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) 1 45 15 90 150 2 2 1 5 3 لا
7 ELP 413 Digital Control System 1 45 15 90 150 2 2 1 5 3 لا
8 MCH 411 Graduation Project** 1 50 50 0 100 - - 4 4 - لا
9 425a Fire Fighting 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
10 425b Automotive Technology 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
11 425c Mechatronics Systems Design 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
12 426a Numerical Control Machines 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
13 426b Bio-Mechatronics Systems 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
14 426c Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
15 426d Images Processing 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
16 ELC 425d Image Processing 2 25 15 60 100 نعم
17 HUM 422 Engineering Economy and Management 2 40 0 60 100 لا
18 MCH 421 Graduation Project** 2 80 120 0 200 لا
19 MCH 423 Robotics 2 35 15 75 125 لا
20 MCH 424 Industrial Processes Control 2 35 15 75 125 لا

The most important distinctive features of the program are as follows:

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