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Engineering Programmes ILOs

Marine Engineering Technology Stream ILOs

At the end of the program stream, students should be able to understand

  • Types of marine power plants and marine auxiliary engines.
  • Propulsion systems, shafting, shaft bearing, thrust bearing, stern tube and propellers.
  • Types of pumps, their construction, performance and characteristics.
  • Heat exchangers, central cooling systems.
  • ballast system, bilge system, piping fitting, types of valves, deck machinery and watch
    Keeping duties.
  • Steering gear, bow thruster, stabilizer, fresh water generator fire detection and prevention, fire righting equipment and safety in engine room.
  • Prevention of pollution, regulation, equipment and sewage systems.
  • Fuels, specification, combustion, treatment of oils filtering, purification and clarification.
  • Refrigeration system operation and faultfinding, air conditioning techniques.
  • Ship surveys.
  • Fundamentals of marine engineering.
  • Different types of marine auxiliary machinery.
  • Fire detection and fighting equipment.
  • Regulations and equipment for pollution prevention.
  • Auxiliary machinery supporting the main engines.
  • Emergency case in the engine room.
  • Identify and solve the most common problems facing him during sea going.
  • Recognize the importance of watch keeping for the engine, and how to deal with any
  • Realize the watch keeping routine duties in port or at sea going and the log book data.
  • Know the steps to prepare for maneuvering, and how to keep a safe engine watch.
  • Know safety features and design considerations according to the international maritime regulations.

Marine Electrical Technology Stream ILOs

At the end of the program stream, students should be able to understand

  • Construction, design and theory of operation of electrical machinery and electronics.
  • Design and analysis of power system generation, transmission and distribution.
  • Analysis, design and implementation of various methods of control using analogue and digital control systems.
  • Construction, design and implementation of computerized control system using various digital controllers.
  • Apply power and control theories accompanied with digital signal processing in electrical drives systems for commercial and industrial automated systems applications.
  • Select and apply appropriate computer based methods, mathematical and scientific principles for analyzing of control systems.
  • Solve a wide range of problems related to the analysis, design, and construction of electrical machines, control systems and power systems.
  • Design automation systems for industrial applications.
  • Plan and undertake a major individual project.
  • Prepare and deliver coherent and structured verbal and written technical reports.
  • Give technical presentations suitable for the time, place and audience.
  • Use scientific literature effectively and make discriminating use of Web resources.
  • Use appropriate computer-based support tools for problem solving and analysis of results.
  • Display an integrated approach to the deployment of communication skills.
  • Use IT skills and display mature computer literacy.
  • Work effectively with and for others.
  • Display personal responsibility by working to multiple deadlines in complex activities.
  • Demonstrate significantly enhanced group working abilities.
  • Further, develop career plans and personal objectives.

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