Courses for the

 

EM110 Algebra ( 3,2 ,4,3)

Matrics. Basic definition .Type of matrices .Operation of matrices .Addition, multipcation, transportations, invertision .Metrics rank.

Linear equations, Crammer theorem. Quadratic form of multi- variable.

EM111 Differentiation and integration (3, 2, 4, 3)

Limits .Continuity. Rules of differentiation. Maxima and minima .transcental functions. Partial differentiation .Total increment and differtiatial errors.

Indefinite and definite integrals .Taylor and Macular in series.L, Hospital s rules .Curve sketching Application of integration .Series. And sequences. Exponential function .Logarithmic function.

EM120 Mechanics and vectors (3, 2, 4, 3)

Force. Balance under external forces. Center of gravity .Moments .Hydrostatics .Floating bodies .Fluids forces.
Newt on, low of motion .Impulse sand impacts.
Kinetic energy .Political energy .Work. Power Low of conservation of energy.

Vectors: Aditition .Subtraction .Multiplication .Vector products. Line and; lanes

EM121 Analytical geometry and vector analysis (2 ,2 ,3,3)

Cartesian coordinates. Graphical presentation of functions Polar coordinates .Conic section .Equations presentation in polar coordinates .Areas in Cartesian coordinate’s .Three dimensional presentation .Planes .Cylindinates. Coordinates. Spherical coordinates .Gardient. Divergence .Curl .Divergence theorem .Stokes theorem

EM 210 Differentiol Equations and mathematical Techniques (3, 2,4,3)

  • Differential equation: First and second order differential equation .Differential equation of order n. Linear differential equations.
    Mathematical techniques. Fourier analysis: Properties of transformation .Differentiation and integration of Fourier series.

 Special Functions: The gamma and delta functions.beesek functions and their 
 properties .of .Legendre polynomials

Partial Differential: Basic concepts and definitions. Hyperbolic ,parabolic and 
elliptic equations, Lumber ,s solutions of the waves equation .The methods 
separation e

  • Variables. Applied to the potential wave and diffusion equation.

 

CS 211 Introduction to computer s (2,2, 0,2)

  • Introduction to computer system architecture peripherals.
  • Introduction to operation system: DOS, UNIX, OS2, etc.
  • Use of specific computer system.
  • Microcomputers environment. Focusing on IBM and DOS operating system
  • Introduction of basic function of computer system .Word processing .Communication facilities. Spread sheets .data base and other software packages .
  • Computer graphics .Fundamentals of display and printing devices .Transformations.
  • Representation. Fundamental of display and printing devices .Transformations chapping and windowing Representations and rendering of curves and surfaces.

 

ME 212Engineering Drawing 2

Section of slids. Intersection of surfaces .Development of surfaces. Mechanical assembly drawing.

ME 213 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 1 (2, 2, 3, 2)

Metal casting processes. Manufacturing processes (chip and chip less).Joining of metals (welding and riveting).Metrology: Measurement .Measuring devices .Mechanics of Machine: Mechanisms .velocity and acceleration diagrams. Balancing. Machine elements: Power transmit ion elements.

PH 122 physics IB (3, 3, 4, 3)

  • Mechanics: SI system of units` .Scalars and vectors .Angular motion .center of gravity .Moments and couples .Friction. project and application .An introduction to quantum the relativity theory
  • Elctricity: Current . Voltage .emf Magnetism its relation to electivity .Electric induction lows .Electromagnetic theory Applications.
  • Optics: light waves and the nature of light .Introduction to interference .Polarization Dispersion .Refranction. The speed of light. Types of light rays .Application’s-rays .Laser Infra- red. Ultra –violet
  • Sound: Sound waves. Properties .Measurement .Application

CH 113 Chemistry IB (3, 3 ,4, 3)

  • Atomic spectra .Chemical and physical interaction of gases and liquids          Organic Compounds and properties. Introduction to biochemistry.

PH122 Physics 2B (3, 3,4 ,3)

Conservations lows and corollaries. to a fluid .Introduction to fluid and mechanics and conduction heat transfer.Convertio and radiation. Good conduction and materials. The effect of the atomic structure on conductivity.

  • Temperature measurement .
  • The approximation concept in mathematical analysis of thermal sciences phenomena.
  • Introduction to nuclear physics and applications.

CHE 123 Physical chemistry (3, 3, 4,3)

  • Ideal gas lows .Boyle`s low.gay –Lau sac` s low.
  • Properties of gas mixtures Kinetic theory of gases .
  • behavior of ideal gases .gas constant and unit its .
  • None –ideal behavior of gases .Critical point and the law of corresponding state
  • Different types of solution .and concentration expression .colligate properties of dilute solution . Surface tension .Surface activity and detergents. Nature of Electrolyte solution

EE214 Introduction to Electial Engineering 1 (2 ,2 ,3,2)

  • D.Cciircuts: Basic circus low s.
  • Electrostatics: Electric field potential difference Capacitance.
  • Electromagnatism: Fieldinduced emf. Inductance.
  • A.Ccircuts: Sinsoidal quantities.phasor properties of material conductors Simi .conductors and insulators.

CE215 Mechanics of Materials (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Unixial stress and strain .Shear elastic constant.Compined stress .Plane stress state.mohr`s circle of stress Principles stresses. Compound bars .Temperature stresses.
  • Axially applied loads. Torsion of circular shafts.
  • Stresses in thin cylinders.
  • Experiment related to above.

SE211 Surveying 1 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • General principles: Definitions.Refrence frames.
  • Measurement: Basic units. Precision.
  • Instruments: Rode. Stave .Optical squre .Chains and tapes.Edm levels Temporary and adjustments.
  • Chain survey: field and office work .Field problems .Curves. Errors
  • Leveling and counting: Deffintion Booking and reduction .Contours and sections.

EM 220Complex Variables (3, 2 ,4,3)

  • Complex variable .Analytical function. Simple functions. Mapping with simple functions. Complex integration .complex series. Residue and poles .Calculus of residues. Real integrals .

ME 223 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 2 (2, 2, 32)

  • Basic thermodynamic: Fundamental concept and definition. Global complications. Of the lows of thermodynamics.
  • Introduction to thermals engineering system .Power generation.
  • Air conditioning and refrigeration.
  • Steam generations.
  • Introduction to heat transfer.

EM224 Indtroduction to Electrical Engineering 2 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Electronics: Semiconductor .Diodes Transistor s. Amplifiers.
  • Machines: Transformers. D.S.machines.
  • Measurements: Meter types. Oscilloscopes.
  • Power supply: Outline of power system. Methods of distribution.

EM 310 Nummerical Analysis (3, 2, 4, 3)

  • Roots of equation .Interval halving methods. False position. Scant method .Successive approximation techqnics; Newton- Rap son method. Opera (, E.S.,)
  • Finite differences. Explicit and solution
  • Linear ordinary differential equation .Initial value problem. Euler method. Runge kutta technique. Predictor - corrector method Boundary value problem . Method of weigh residual.
  • Least square method
  • Interpolation and prediction. Newton’s divided difference
  • Interpolation and prediction..Numerical integration. Formula .Central difference. Formula .Lagrange `s divided interpolation formula .Gregory-Newton formula Numerical integration Simpson rule. Trapezoidal rule.

PE311physics of oil and gas formation (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Basic physical . Properties of reservoir rocks .Physio- street –striation, and thermal properties of rocks. Physical properties of reservoir fluids.
  • Study the phase behaviour of hydrocarbon system. Ideal and real gas behaviour .Single and multicomponet tow –phase system. Occurrence, orhin and evaluation of oil field water .Molecular surface properties of rock–oil. Water system .Reservoir energy and driving forces.

CS 221 Introductions to Computer Programing (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Programing and programming languages. Fundamentals. Program development.analysis and the development of mathematical model.. Program structure and the development of algorithm. Writing the program using a high level language.
  • Algorithms: The algorithm concept .Pseudo code. Basic elements of pseudo code Types of algorithms used in engineering problems: sequential; and iterative. Procedures and aubrietia and iterative.
  • Dynamic programming. Iteration improvement. Numerical approximation and prevision.
  • The student is required to study one of the flowing languages: FORTRAN, C, PASCAL- and write programs.

GEO 220 Principles of Geology 1 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Geological time-scale the principles of stratigraphy upon which the scale is based.
  • Origin of the solar system and earth (in brief) and the Earth `s other spheres.
  • The physiographic of oceans and continents.
  • Internal heat of the earth and heat flow
  • Earth quakes and internal structure of the earth
  • Volcanoes and their distribution.
  • External processes: Weathering and agent of erosion (Agents rivers include the work of rivers, groundwater. Sea. Wind and gravity ) .and their products (erosion, and landforms produced) .
  • Cycle of erosion and the concepts of penelataion.

 

GE223 Organic Chemistry (3, 3, 4, 3)

  • General principles of organic chemistry. Characteristics propereries .Sources of organic compounds.Types of organic reaction .The valiancy of carbon.
  • Forces between molecules.
  • Nomenclature of organic compounds and their properties.prepation of organic compounds :Open chain hydrocarbon( satured,unsatured), cyclic hydrocarbons (aromatic ,saturated and their derivates,. Carbohydrates, preteens and polymers)

GEO 310 Principles of geology 2 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Introduction to mineralogy and crystallography; and ctystal and mineral optics.
  • Introductions to petrology (With emphasis on the sedimentary rocks- type, sedimentary structures and sedimentary facieses): the rock cycle.
  • Introduction to Paleontology –Fossil preservation, Fossil uses in stratigaraphy ; Polaeobotany (Thallopyta “alga , Pteridohpta “Psylophy tals, Equities ,Follicular”):Invertebrate animal fossils ( Anthopola “ Trilobites only” ,Mollsoca ,Brachiopo ,Echindermata Coelentera, Bryozoa , Graptolithina). ; Fossil vertebrates (in brief ).
  • Principles of structural geology and geological maps
  • (a) Structure: Definitions. Mechanicals, aspects (Street. strain . strain ellipsoid. Classes of materials. Factors controlling deformation .primary structures in igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks; geological structures – Folds. Faults and joints; Plate tectonics in brief.
  • (B) Maps: Definitions, projections, topographic features and landforms, contour line sand their relation to land forms; horizontal. inclined .and vertical bodies and their relation to contours. Planes and lines strike and dip.Geologyical maps :Principles of map reading ,problem and geological structure on maps
  • Field training :Tow one - day field tips to JablAwlia and ELSeitat - Essufur (Butana area . north –east of Khartoum North)

EM 320 Statistic (3, 2, 4, 3)

  • Working knowledge of methods of data analysis..Description.
  • Mean mode quaitile .standard deviation and variance.
  • Elementar probability Sample space .event .axioms of diagrams .Bay1s theorm. Banal. Position 1s and normal distribution. Estimation of population perimeters from sample par meters. Sampling distribution (normal .t, T).Confidence integrals .Significances test. Integral estimation and hypothesis test correlation and linear regression.
  • Methods of least square. Curve –fitting Analysis of variance.
  • Application of statistic of in quality control. Statistic processes.

 

PE320 Oil production Engineering 2 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Drill stem testing .study of the fundamentals and applications of completion and work- over operations including various complection design Surface equipment.Complection and Basic tubing design and work over fluid. Types and applications of rigs. Performa ting

 

PE 321 Hydrodynamics of oil and gas formation (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Reservoirs energy and driving forces Basic concepts in fluids flow .Darcy’s law. Basic principle of flow on porous media.Differtial Equation for fluids flow on porous media. Theory of compressible fluids radial porous systems. Steady state flow in linear elstic liquid s and gas in porous media.

PE 322 Rock disintegrations Mechanics (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Basic mechanical properties of rocks including elasticity, strength in compression and plasticity. Phyisical and machnical properties of rocks .The influence of compression pressure and temperature on mechanical properties of roks.Determin ation of mechanical properties of rocks. Stress strain Determination of mechanical properties of rocks. Analysis .Rock bits classification. design and function .Diamonds – bits. Insert drilling bit Chipping type drilling bit.

GEO 320 Petroleum geology (3, 2, 4, 3)

  • Nature of oil and gas, their origin in parent rocks. Organic content of the parent rocks.
  • Petroleum migration, reservoir rocks and their sedimentary and physical properties.
  • Oil traps.
  • Introduction to geophysics:
  • Gravity instrumentation and calculation .Interpretation of gravity maps.
  • Magnetism instrumentation and ionterpetions.of magnetic maps.
  • Electrical methods. Instrumentation and interpretations .
  • Petroleum prospecting – geophysical methods used.
  • Well site determation and estimation of reserves. Geology of Sudan with emphases on the Sudanese sedimentary basins. Field training: Three weeks following the final exams of fourth year.

2weeks Field geology including techniques of geological

1 week: Training on the various geophysical methods. Writtining up of a complete report (geophysical map, laboratory work. Results and conclusions) to be written at the beginning of 5th year and evaluated within fifth year final assessment.

PE 312 Drilling Muds (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Physical and rheological characteristic of drilling muds.Measuring devices. Calculation of the components required to modify mid characteristics .Influence of formations drilled on these characteristics.
  • Chemical characteristic of drilling muds. Qualitative and quantitative methods of analysising muds.
  • Mud componets.
  • Clay Physic-chemical structure and activity. Componets designed to control the physic al and physio –chemical characteristics of muds : thinging agents. Weighing material: lost circulation additives; mineral additives.
  • Differentaion types of mud: composition, characteristics and conditinnig of different types of mud Betonite mude, high ph mud., salt saturated mud . ignite derivate mud oil – based mud

 

ME 311Thermoynamic 1 (3, 2, 4, 3)

  • Thermodynamics system. Boundary and surroundings. Property. State path. Process and cycle.
  • Heat and work properties.
  • Measurement of temperature and pressure.
  • First law of thermodymanics. Internal energy. Enthalpy.
  • None- flow and flow processes.
  • Second low of thermodynamics’. Corollaries. Entropy. Recoverability.
  • Thermodymanic relations.

ME 312 Fluid Mecanics 1 (3, 3, 4, 3)

  • Physical properties of fluids. Control volume concept.
  • Basic equations of Fluid Mechanics.
  • Dimensional analysis and modelling.
  • Incompressible flow on ducts.
  • Flow at relative equilibrium.
  • Measurements techniques for incompressible flow.

PE410 Production g Engineering 2 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Artificial lift. Gas lift well operation .Sucker rode pumping. Submersible electrical pubing. Hydrolicpumbing.
  • Multi-Zone production. Formation damage. Well stimulation techniques. Acid zing. Hydraulic f fracturing Decline curve
  • Analysis

PE 411 Reservior Engineering 1 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Steady and unsteady state flow elastic (non- Neotonic liquids on porous media.
  • Unsteady state flow of gas in porous media.
  • Multi-phase flow equations
  • Charcteristics of non- Newtonian liquids flow

PE 412 Drilling Engineering 1 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Indtroduction to drilling engineering and operations. Planning of drilling operations. Drilling equipment .Drilling tools and drill bits.Drill string design .Drilling fluid circulation system. Drilling system.

PE 413 Well Logiging (3, 2, 4, 3)

  • Coprehensive study of modern well logging methods. Open whole log interpretation methods. Methods Production logging .Design of logging programs and examples of application.
  • Introdution and reservoir to be evaluated.
  • Electrical logging .Reductively and other types of logging. Termination of RW; Lithely; porosity; permeability.
  • Determinations of oil reservoir and estimation of their saturation. Resstvity interpretion.

PE 414 Transport phenomena in Petroleum Engineering (3, 2, 4,3)

  • Basic of heat transfer. Conduction and convection heat transfer. The heat exchanger.
  • Vabour cycle. Gas turbine cycles. Combustions process.
  • Condenstation and boling.
  • Basics if mass transfer. Applications
  • Compressors and compressor. System.

EC Engineering Economic 416 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Introduction and basic concepts. Money- time relation s.Interst formula with engineering application Deprecation and depreciantatin models.
  • Acounting. Cost accounting Budgetin and financing. Bases for comparison of alternatives.
  • Economic decision making including replacement decision.Minimum cost analysis and break – even analysis.
  • Linear programming.

PE 420 Gas and condensate production engineering 1 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Introduction. Gas influx. Development of gas and gas condensate fields. The optima fields’ development of gas and gas condensate .Characteriestics of the gas condensate field development.
  • Gas field development planning.
  • Gas well.Gas fields development under gas drive.
  • Gas fields development under water drive.
  • Gas wells patterns.

PE 421 Reservior Engineering 2 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Fluid flow on fractured reservoirs. Displacement processs.Basic principle of mathematical molding .concept of simulation. Basic theory and practices on reservoir simulation. Formulation of equations. Covering single phase and multi-phase flow media.

PE 422 Drilling Engineering 2 (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Optimization of drilling parmeters. Control of well deviation .measuring techniques. Fishing tools. Coring tools. Casing dosing and landing. Cementing operations. Cement material and properties. Pressure losses and pump- out calculation. Whole problems. Prediction methods of abnormal pore pressures Blow -out prevention

CS 420 Computer applications (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Use of computation techniques and computers to solve problems and design equipment related to petroleums. Engineering.

PE 423 Well Testing (3,2,4 ,3)

  • Well test curve interpretation :( Classic and recent).
  • Draw down and build –up analysis: Semi –log interpretation, Horner plote; type curve pressure derivative.
  • Particular cases of interpretation: After – flow; fractured. Wells. Heterogonous reservoir; bound ray effects. Special type pf test: Interference test ; Gas well analysis; derivability testing.
  • Pressure measurements: Accuracy and repopulations of different type of recorder: surface read-out on bottom hole recording, Special Special DST tools.
  • Practical field application: Test design; Selection of instruments; on – site test analysis techniques.

MA 426 Engineering Magament (2, 2, 3, 2,)

  • Introduction to engineering Engineering Magament Business organistion charts. Project location. The management functions. Communication. Leadership. Motivation: wages and incentive. Lows and by –laws governing the engineering profession. Safety Laws of contracts. Network planning techniques.

PE 510 Oil reservoir engineering (2,2, 3,2)

  • Reservior configuration. Reserve estimation techniques. Serve classification (Proved reserves probable, reserves, and possible reserves).
  • Reserves and source of hydrocarbons.
  • Selection of reservoir units for reserves estimation and evaluation of prospective structures.
  • Methods of oil and gas reserves estimation. Statistical and dynamical models of oil and gas pools. Aspects of oil and gas estimation with the aid of computer. Estimating 00IP (original oil in place) recoverable reserve of solution gas condensates. Ethane propane. Butane and hydrogen sulphide. Uncertainty in reserve estimates

PE 520 Basic Petroleum Economic (2.2.3, 2)

  • Introduction to the standerds and practices of economic analysis on the petroleum industry.
  • Brief review of principles of economic evaluation. Typical decision schemes utilizing decline curve analysis. Secondery stage development options. Varioua improved oil recovery methods.
  • Analysis involving estimation and forecasting of capital investment. Operation. Cost and manpower requirement.
  • Exploration and production economic (Oil and gas reseres: economic aspects. Legal and fiscal development. Field development case study).
  • Evaluation of profitability (The discounted cash flow methode; cash flow analysis. Discounting, present value concept, cash flow analysis Profitability criteria and capitals budgeting .Discontented cash flow .Net present value rate of return. Pay – out time. Present – out time .Taxation effect. Prise escalation. Sensitivity analysis)

PE 521 Petroleum Machines (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Introduction to the general technology of machines and their auxiliaries.
  • The mechanical aspects of drilling machine and system. Main componets compound drive group. Drill pipe specifications and operation limit.
  • Mud processing equipments. Bits and well heads specification processing limits X-mas trees specifications.
  • Gas lifts equipments.
  • Artificial lift equipments.
  • Electrical submeriisble pumps designs. Sucker rod pimp design applications.
  • Surface facilities design.
  • Equipments. For treatment amd instrumentation.
  • Storage tanks.

PE 522 Refining Engineering (3, 2, 4, 3)

  • Petroleum products: Energy and non – energy products and their main uses. Pricncipal componets of petroleum products. General hydrocarbon classification and main impurities.
  • Quality requirement composed on petroleum products on view of their utilization.
  • New trends in market structure and product characteristics.
  • Refining process. Crude oil fraction. Characteristics and properties of industrial. Catalytic reforming and isomerization. Hydro fining processes.
  • Converstion units.
  • Scrubbing treatment: Amine washing Suplphur production .
  • Manufacturing schemes: main routes to major production.
  • Lube, wax and asphalt manufacturing
  • Process control. Requirements of the country. Sudanese crude oil.

PE 523 Industrial safety and environment protection (2, 2, 4, 3)

  • Labour protection Toxicity, health and industrial diseases .lonzing radiation. Radioactive emanation.
  • Basic physical processes of burning and explosion
  • Petroleum products waste: Liquefied hydrocarbon gases. Liquefied natural gases. Sculptured production and hydrates control.
  • Basic principle of industrial safety for machines and equipment of the petroleum industry and oil wells Basic concepts of industrial safety of maintenance of wells.
  • Fire extinguishing: Wetting fire extinguisher. Foama fire extinguisher.

PE 425 Petroluem Storage and Transportation (2, 2, 3, 2)

  • Planning, design and economic of sub – surface storage and production. Aspects of energy related to gas storage properties of gas storage reservoirs .aquifer storage. Salt cavern storage Gas and liquid transport line .Flow line
  • Design development and operation of storage fields.
  • Gas and liquid transport line. Flow line. Pipelines.
  • Transportation of oil, natural gas. Liquefied petroleum gas and liquefied natural gas.

PE 511 Enhanced and improved oil recovery (2, 2 , 3 ,2)

  • Review of water flooding. Basic theoretical and design aspects of water flooding processes .Review of capillary phenmenone and relative permeability characteristic of reservoir rocks. Theory of immiscible. Including piston- like and frontal advance mechanism. Injective analysis and performance prediction of linear flooding .Heterogeneous reserves. Problems encountered in water flooding project s.
  • Improved oil recovery: Introduction to techniques of improved oil recovery. Principles of thermal recovery .Chemical flooding and miscible gas displacement methods. Performance prediction. Advantages and drawbacks of each displacement methods. Selection criteriafor target reservoirs.Surfactant and polymer floods. Alkaline flood operation .Carboon dioxide flooding .Insert gas injection. Normal methods (caustic floods).

EP 512 Gas and Gas Condensate Production Engineering 2 (3, 2 2)

  • A production operation of gas condensates wells.
  • Gas well stimulation.
  • Hydrates control.
  • Predication of the performance of multi-reservoir gas field
  • (With ccommunicated reservoir units).
  • Development planning of gas fields.Development planning characteristics.

PE 513 Advanved drilling Engineering (3, 2 , 4 , 3)

  • Introduction to directional and horizontal drilling Definition of the horizontal and vertical profiles.
  • Horizontal profile. The three types of coordinates. Vertical profiled. The J and s profiles –long mdium and short build- up. Measurement of directional perimeters. Single shot Steering
  • Deflection tools. Overviews of the characteristics and use of bottome hole motor. Control of the actual vertical and horizontal profiles. The different methods of calculation. Tangential, aveage angle radius of curvature.
  • Horizontal wells. The special techniques and tools used for horizontal wells .Of shore platform .mobile vessels.

PE 514 Surface production operations (3, 2, 4, 2)

  • Overview of petroleum surface operations including types. Application and design of tow and three phase separators.
  • Oil treatment processes and equipment. Varpour recovery processes. Gas treatment and equipment. Produced water treatment processes and equipment. Produced water treatment disposal.
  • Oil, water and gas metering .Fluid instrumentation control and prevention.

Programs

First year

First semester

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

EM110

Algebra

3

3

4

3

EM111

Differetintati

3

2

4

3

PH112

physics IB

3

3

4

3

CH113

Chemistry

3

3

4

3

IS 117

Islamic studies

1

0

1

1

AR118

Arabic language

1

0

1

1

EN119

English language

1

0

1

1

15

10

19

Second semester

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

EM 120

Mechanics and vectors

3

2

4

3

EM 121

Analytic geometry and vector analysis

2

2

3

3

EM 121

Physical chemistry

3

3

4

3

PH122

Physics 2B

3

3

4

3

ME121

Engineering Drawing

2

4

4

4

IS127

Islamic studies

1

0

1

1

AR128

Arabic Language

1

0

1

1

EN129

English language

1

0

1

1

16

14

22

Second year

First semester

 

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

EM210

Differential  equations and mathematical techniques 

3

2

4

3

CS211

Introduction to computers

2

0

2

2

ME212

Engineering Drawing 2

1

6

4

4

ME213

Introd .to Mechanic Engineering 1

2

2

3

2

EE214

Introd .to Electrical Engineering1

2

2

3

2

CE215

Mechanics of Materials

2

2

3

2

IS 217

Islamic studies

1

0

1

1

AR218

Arabic language

1

0

1

1

EN 219

English language

1

0

1

1

15

14

22

Second year

Second semester

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

EM220

Complex variable

3

2

4

3

CS221

Computer  programming

2

3

3

2

GE 220

Principle of Geology 1

2

2

3

2

ME223

Introd. To Mechanical Engineering2

2

2

3

2

EE224

Introd. To Electric cal Engineering 2

2

2

3

2

CH 222

Organic chemistry

3

3

4

3

IS 227

Islamic studies

1

0

1

1

AR228

Arabic language

10

1

1

1

EN229

English language

1

0

1

1

17

14

23

Third year

First semester

&nb

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

EM310

Numerical analysis

3

2

4

3

GE310

Principles of Geology-2

2

2

3

2

PE311

Physics of oil and gas formations

2

2

3

2

PE 312

Drilling  mud’s

2

2

3

2

ME311

Thermodynamics’ 1

3

2

4

3

ME312

Fluid Mechanics1

3

2

4

3

SE211

Surviyig

2

2

3

2

IS 317

Islamic studies

1

0

1

1

AR318

Arabic language

1

0

1

1

EN 319

English language

15

10

20

 

Third year

 Second semester

 

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

EM320

statistics

3

2

4

3

PE320

Oil production engineering

2

2

3

2

PE321

Hydrodynamic’s of oil and gas formation

2

2

3

2

PE322

Rock distegration mechanics

2

2

3

2

GE320

Petroleum  Geology

3

2

4

3

IS327

Islamic studies

1

0

1

1

AR328

Arabic language

1

0

1

1

EN329

English language

1

0

1

1

15

10

20

Fourth year

First semester 

 

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

PE410

Oil production engineering 2

2

2

3

2

PE411

Reservoir engineering  2

2

2

3

2

PE412

Drilling engineering1

2

2

3

2

PE413

Well logging

3

2

4

3

PE414

Transport phenomena in petroleum Engineering

3

2

4

3

PE415

Engineering economics

2

2

3

2

IS416

Islamic studies

1

0

1

1

AR418

Arabic language

1

0

1

1

EN419

English language

1

0

1

1

17

12

23

 

Fourth year

Second semester

 

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

PE420

Gas and gas condensate production 1Eng 

2

2

3

2

PE421

Reservoir engineering  2

2

2

3

2

PE422

Drilling Engineering 2

2

2

3

2

PE423

Well testing

3

2

4

2

CS420

Computer applications

2

2

3

2

MA426

Engineering Management

2

2

3

2

IS427

Islamic studies

1

0

1

1

AR428

Arabic language

1

0

1

1

EN429

English language

1

0

1

1

17

12

22

15

 

Fifth year

First semester

 

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

PE510

Basic petroleum economics

2

2

3

2

PE511

Enhanced oil  recovery

2

2

3

2

PE512

Gas and gas condensate engineering 2

2

2

3

2

PE513

Advanced  drilling engineering

3

2

4

3

PE514

Surface  production operation

3

2

4

3

PE515

Final year project

0

6

3

0

12

16

20

15

 

Fifth year

Second semester

 

code

Course name

Lect. hrs

Pact hrs

Course unit

Exam hrs

PE520

Basic petroleum economics

2

2

2

2

PE521

Petroleum

3

2

2

3

PE522

Refining engineering

3

2

4

PE523

Industrial safety and environment protection 

2

2

2

2

PE524

Petroleum storage and transportation

2

2

2

2

PE525

Final year project

0

6

6

0

12

16

20