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  · B.Sc.

  1. Industrial Metallurgy

  2. Extractive Metallurgy

  3. Ceramic

  · M.Sc.

  1. Design and selection of engineering materials

  2. Casting

  3. Extractive Metallurgy

  4. Ceramic

  5. Biomaterial

  · Ph.D.

  Materials Engineering

 

 

 

 

 

  B.ENG. CURRICULUM

  Subjects in B.Eng. courses have been categorized and the total number of credits which students should obtain in each category is as follow:

 

 

  CREDITS

  SUBJECTS

  20

  31

  31

  33

  19

  6

  3

  General

  Basic

  Principle

  Specialized (Obligatory)

  Specialized (Optional)

  Practical Work

  Project

 

 

  General, basic and principal subjects are common in all three tendensis and they are compulsory for all B.Eng. students. Specialized subjects, which differ for each decipline, consist of two parts; all subjects presented in the first part are compulsory and among the optional subjects presented in the second part, students can select those subjects they are more interested. However, the total credits they are required to obtain in the optional subjects are at least 19.

  Practical works is compulsory for all students and also it is required to do a research project for them to be considered as graduate. The details of each subject category is as follow:

 

  Credit

  General Subjects

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  3

  3

  1

  1

  Islamic Studies I*

  Islamic Studies II*

  Education in Islam*

  Islamic Revolution & Its Roots*

  Islamic History*

  Islamic text (i. e. Arabic Study)*

  Persion Literature

  English (or another foreigh language)

  Physical Education I

  Physical Education II

  * These Subjects are not required for foreign students

 

  Credit

  Basic Subjects

  4

  4

  3

  3

  2

  3

  3

  1

  3

  1

  3

  1

  Mathematical I

  Mathematical II

  Differential Equations

  Advanced Engineering Mathematics

  Calculus

  Numerical Analysis

  Physics I

  Physics I (Lab)

  Physics II

  Physics II (Lab)

  General Chemistry

  General Chemistry (Lab)

  31 (Total)

 

  Credit

  Principal Subjects

  3

  1

  2

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  1

  2

  3

  1

  Fundamental of Electrical Eng.

  Fundamental of Electrical Eng. (Lab)

  Statics

  Strenght of Materials

  Crystallography

  Transport Phenomena in materials Eng.

  Physical Chemistry for Materials Eng.

  Materials Thermodynamic I

  Physical properties of Materials I

  Physical properties of Materials I (Lab)

  Physical properties of Materials II

  Mechanical properties of Materials I

  Mechanical properties of Materials I (Lab)

  31 (Total)

 

 

  specialized Subjects For industrial Metallurgy

  Credit

  Compulsory Specialized Subjects for Industrial Metallurgy

  1

  2

  1

  2

  1

  3

  1

  3

  3

  1

  2

  2

  3

  2

  1

  2

  2

  Study of Scientific & Industrial Text

  Metals Casting I

  Metals Casting I (Lab)

  Principles of Solidification

  Solidification (Lab)

  Metals Deformation I

  Metals Deformation I (Lab)

  Mechanical properties of Materials II

  Metallurgy of Welding

  Metallurgy of Welding (Lab)

  Powder Metallurgy

  Methods of Materials Analysis

  Corrosion and Oxidation of Metals & Alloys

  Heat Treatment

  Heat Treatment (Lab)

  Extraction of Metals (Ferrous)

  Extraction of Metals (Non-Ferrous)

  33 (Total)

 

  Credit

  Optional Specialized Subjects for Industrial Metallurgy

  3

  2

  1

  2

  3

  2

  2

  2

  1

  3

  2

  3

  3

  3

  2

  1

  1

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  Metal Deformation II

  Mould Design

  Mould Design (Workshop)

  Refractories

  Metals Casting II

  Selection of Materials

  Advanced Materials

  Non-Destructive Tests

  Non-Destructive Investigation (Lab)

  Surface Metallurgy and Casting

  Economy and Industrial Management

  Design and Principles of Industrial Furnaces

  Solids State Physic

  Control of Metallurgical Process

  Materials Thermodynamic II

  Corrosion and Oxidation Lab

  Powder Metallurgy Lab

  Application of Computer for Materials

  Principles of Metallography

  Polymers

  Quality Control of Materials

  Non-Ferrous Alloys

  Methods of Measurments in Engineering & Lab

  50 (Total)

 

  specialized Subjects For Extractive Metallurgy

  Credit

  Compulsory Specialized Subjects for Extractive Metallurgy

  3

  1

  3

  2

  1

  2

  1

  2

  1

  3

  2

  2

  1

  3

  2

  2

  Metals Casting I

  Metals Casting I (Lab)

  Metals Deformation I

  Ore Dressing

  Ore Dressing (Lab)

  Principle of Extractive Metallurgy I

  Hydrometallurgy I (Lab)

  Principal of Extractive Metallurgy II

  Pyrometallurgy (Lab)

  Materials Kinetics

  Analytical Chemiestry & Lab

  Heat Treatment

  Heat Treatment (Lab)

  Corrosion and Oxidation of Metals & Alloys

  Solidification Processes

  Refractories

  33 (Total)

 

  Credit

  Optional Specialized Subjects for Extractive Metallurgy

  2

  2

  2

  3

  3

  2

  3

  2

  2

  2

  2

  3

  2

  3

  1

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  1

  2

  2

  2

  2

  Mineralogy

  Iron Making

  Steel Making

  Extractive of Non-Ferrous Metals I

  Extractive of Non-Ferrous Metals II

  Ferro-Alloys

  Surface Metallurgy and Coating

  Corrosion and Coating Lab

  Design and Principles of Industrial Furnaces

  Fuel and Energy

  Selection of Materials

  Processes Control in Materials Production

  Economy and Industrial Management

  Metallurgy of Welding

  Metallurgy of Welding (Lab)

  Powder Metallurgy

  Methods of Materials Analysis

  Materials Thermodynamic II

  New Methods of Production & Refining of Metals

  Application of Computer in Materials Eng.

  Methods of Measurements in Materials Eng.

  Methods of Measurements in Materials Eng. (Lab)

  Non-Ferrous Alloys

  Advanced Materials

  Specialized English

  Quality Control of Materials

  54 (Total)

 

  specialized Subjects For Ceramic

  Credit

  Compulsory Specialized Subjects for Ceramic

  2

  3

  2

  1

  2

  2

  1

  3

  1

  2

  1

  2

  1

  2

  1

  1

  2

  1

  2

  Ceramic Structures

  Materials Kinetics

  Methods of Materials Analysis

  Methods of Materials Analysis (Lab)

  Optical & Electrical Properties of Ceramics

  Refractories

  Refractories (Lab)

  Glass Theory

  Glass (Lab)

  White Wares

  Porcelain (Lab)

  Processes of Ceramics Production I

  Processes of Ceramics Production (Lab)

  Processes of Ceramics Production II

  Processes of Ceramics Production II (Lab)

  Study of Scientific and Industrial text

  Processes & Ceramic Production III

  Processes & Ceramic Production III (Lab)

  Thermal Properties of Ceramics

  32 (Total)

 

 

  M. Eng. CURRICULUM

  M.Eng. degree involves lectures, laboratory classes, tutorials and seminars for two semesters followed by written examination in each taught subjects, successfull students then proceed to a dissertation research project supervised by a member of the accademic staff.

  Students are required to attend all classes and seminars held at the school. The minimum passing mark for every subject is 12, out of 20. The students are required to attain an average term mark of 14. If the students attain an average term mark less than 14 in two semester, they can not proceed their education in university.

  The Total number of credit-hours required for a M.Eng. course is 32 out of which 24 credits related to the courses and the rest to the research project. A graduate student admitted with deficiencies in academic background may be required to take collateral courses in addition to the prescribed courses of programme. Credits earned in collateral courses do not count toward the minimum credit requirements for M.Eng. degree.

 

  ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  1. Possessing a bachelor , s degree in metallurgy, materials science, chemical engineering, physics, or mechanical engineering.

  2. Succeeding in the nationwide M.Sc. Entrance Examination (MEE) adminstrated by the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.

 

  LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  Teaching and examinations at the department are in persian. Most sources of studies, however, are available in English. Thus, for success in a course of study, or doing research, good Persian and acceptable English level are essential Students need to cope with reading, note taking from lectures, books and journals and other materials. Further, they should be capable of speaking Persian and English in an accepted standard level during their seminars and tutorials.

 

  DISSERTATION & EVALUATION

  From the second term onwards, the students have to select an approved project proposal as their research subject.The dissertation, when completed, will be defended by the student before a commitee consists of one or two internal examiners and an invited external examiner. This committee is vested with the authority to evaluate the dissertation and to announce their assessment as excellent, good, acceptable or unsatisfactory. The grades and the related marks which students may obtain on their dissertations are as follows.

 

  MARKS

  GRADS

  17-20

  14-17

  12-14

  below 12

  excellent

  good

  acceptable

  unsatisfactory

 

  SEMINARS

  The department runs an active postgraduate seminars at which students are able to present original and review papers and develop their own ideas. In addition, there is a lecture series in which distinguished speakers address members of staff as well as students on a wide range of topical themes.

 

 

  DESIGN AND SELECTION OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS

 

  CREDIT

  COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

  3

  3

  1

  2

  3

  3

  Advanced Materials Thermodynamics

  Phase Transformations

  Statistics and Error Measurement Analysis

  Diffusion in Solids

  Dislocation Theory

  Methods of Materials Analysis + Lab

 

  CREDIT

  OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

  2

  2

  2

  3

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  3

  Powder Metallurgy

  Creep

  Special Topics in Materials Eng. (Complementory Subjects)

  Fracture Mechanics

  Theory of Elasticity

  Advanced Solidification Processing

  Finite Element Methods

  Electron Theory of Metals

  Advanced Surface Engineering

  Polymers

  NDT Methods

  Simulation in Materials Engineering

  Advanced Quality Control

  Composites

  Advanced Engineering Mathematics

 

  CASTING

  CREDIT

  COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

  3

  3

  3

  2

  2

  2

  1

  2

  8

  Advanced Casting

  Advanced Solidification Processing

  Phase Transformation & Diffusion

  Design & Selection of Materials

  Advanced Thermodynamics

  Application of Computer in Casting

  Principles of Quality Control & Error Measurements Analysis

  Seminar

  Project

 

  CREDIT

  OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

  3

  2

  2

  2

  2

  3

  Advanced Metallography

  Powder Metallurgy

  Special Topics in Materials Eng. (complementory subjects)

  Composites

  Transport Phenomena in Metallurgy

  Engineering Design in Casting

 

  EXTRACTIVE METALLURGY

 

  CREDIT

  COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

  3

  3

  2

  3

  3

  2

  1

  1

  2

  8

  Advanced Materials Thermodynamics

  Methods of Materials Analysis + Lab

  Advanced Materials Kinetics

  Theory of Pyrometallurgical Processes

  Theory of Hydrometallurgical Processes

  Advanced Trasport Phenomena in Metallurgy

  Statistics and Error Measurments Analysis

  Metallurgical Processes (Lab)

  Seminar

  Project

 

 

  CREDIT

  OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

  3

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  Advanced Engineering Mathematics

  Multi-Components Systems

  Extraction of Rare Metals

  Tech. and Eco. Investigation of Processes

  Special Topics in Materials Eng.

  Design & Control of Metallurgical Processes

  Principles of Process Simulation

  Advanced Solidification Processing

  Theory of Iron and Steel Making

 

  CERAMIC

 

  CREDIT

  COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

  2

  2

  2

  2

  2

  3

  1

  2

  8

  Ceramic processing before firing

  Ceramic Forming

  Advanced Methods of Characterization & Analysis

  Non-Oxide Engineering Ceramics

  Oxide Engineering Ceramics

  Semi-Conductor Materials (Theory, Properties & Technology)

  Statistics & Error Measurement Analysis

  Seminar

  Project

 

  CREDIT

  OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

  2

  2

  2

  2

  3

  2

  Principles of Crystal Growth

  Advance Theories of Glass

  Adhesives & Binders

  Ceramic Stains

  Properties of Advanced Ceramic Materials

  Special Topics in Materials Eng. (Complementory Subjects)

 

 

 

  BIOMATERIALS

 

  CREDIT

  COMPLEMENTORY SUBJECTS*

  2

  4

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  Anatomy

  Physiology

  Principles of Engineering Materials (Metals, Polymers and Ceramics)

  Organic Chemistry

  Statistic and Mechanics of Materials

  Dynamic, Robotic and Vibration

  Hospital Practical Work

  Elementaries of Medical Engineering

  Biochemistry

  Principles of Science and Technology of Polymers

  * A number of these subjects will be given to those students who did not passed similar subjects during their undergraduate studies. The allocation of any particular complementory subject to a student is decided by the Biomaterials Educational Group.

 

  CREDIT

  COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

  3

  3

  3

  3

  Biomaterials

  General Biomechanics

  Biochemistry

  Biocompatibility

 

  CREDIT

  COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

  2

  2

  2

  3

  3

  2

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  3

  Application of Polymer in Medicine

  Application of Ceramic in Medicine

  Application of Metals in Medicine

  Physical and Mechanical Properties of Biomaterials+Lab.

  Advanced Metallography and Surface Analysis+Lab.

  Bio-Physics

  Bio-Instrumentation

  Selective Subjects in Design Electronic

  Advanced Biomechanics

  Selective Subjects in Medical Engineering

  Biomechanics of Bone and Bone Damages

  Ultrasonics in Medicine

  Artificial Bodies

 

  PhD PROPGRAMME

  The PhD programme consists of two distinct stages. The first one is a course-work stage that begins with the student <>, s enrollment in the courses upon gaining admission to the programme, and the second stage is doing a research project as partial fulfilment of PhD degree. This can be started after completing the course-work stage and passing the related comprehensive exams.

 

  REGULATIONS

  The first stage of PhD studies should be completed within a time period not exceeding 4 semesters (i.e. 2 years). The length of PhD studies is usually 4 years which may under special circumstances be extended for one more year, pending to the agreement of university academic council. PhD studies is also based on credit-hour units, and the total number of credits in the first stage of PhD study is 16. The candidates carry a loadwork of 6 to 10 credit-hours each term, unless the remaining credit-hours for the last term is less than 6.

  The minimum passing mark for a PhD subject is 14, out of 20, and students are allowed to repeat those subjects in which they obtained less. Students who have passed the formal PhD subjects may participate in the comprehensive exam held under the supervision of postgraduate committee of the university. The comprehensive exam consists of written and oral sections and a minimum mark of 14 out of 20 is regarded as the pass mark, below which the student may repeat the exam for only one more time. The second stage of the PhD programme can be started by the students who pass the comprehensive exam. At the beginning of this stage, academic staff or students submit research proposals for the research work of PhD students to the postgraduate board of the department. Once a proposal meets the approval of the board a student may begin his or her research work under the supervision of a supervisor to whom he or she periodically report the progress of his or her work.

 

  LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  Teaching and examinations at the department are in persian. Most sources of studies, however, are available in

  English. Thus, for success in a course of study, or doing research, good Persian and acceptable English level are essential Students need to cope with reading, note taking from lectures, books and journals and other materials. Further, they should be capable of speaking Persian and English in an accepted standard level during their ceminars and tutorials.

 

  PhD THESIS EVALUATION

  After completion, PhD thesis is presented and defended before a committee set out by postgraduate board of the

  department. The assessment of the committee for the defended thesis may be, excellent, fair or acceptable if they found it satisfactory and unacceptable or equivalent to M.Eng. if unsatisfactory.

 

 

 

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