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    • 日期:2013/07/18

     

     
    CHENG SHIU UNIVERSITY
     
    Course Name: Soil Mechanics 
    Course Number:522201

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours:3

    Description:
     
    Classification of soils, compaction in the laboratory and in the field, soil exploration, boring and sampling, permeability of soils, one-dimensional settlement analyses, strength of soil, introduction to foundations; composition and structure of soil, water flow and hydraulic
    properties; stress in soil; compressibility behavior and properties of soils; consolidation and settlement analysis; shear strength of soils; compaction and unsaturated soils; experimental measurements. Required lab
     
    Course Name: Soil Mechanics Testing
    Course Number:522202

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours:1

    Description:
     
    Classification of soils, compaction in the laboratory and in the field, soil exploration, boring and sampling, permeability of soils, one-dimensional settlement analyses, strength of soil, introduction to foundations; composition and structure of soil, water flow and hydraulic
    properties; stress in soil; compressibility behavior and properties of soils; consolidation and settlement analysis; shear strength of soils; compaction and unsaturated soils; experimental measurements.
     
    Course Name: Foundation Engineering
    Course Number: 522203

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours:2

    Description:
     
    Introduction to applied problems in Foundation Engineering: analysis and design of foundations, bearing capacity and settlement of foundations; stability of excavations and slopes; ground movements due to construction; analysis and design of excavations, retaining walls, slopes and underground structures in soil and rock.
     
    Course Name: Theory of Structures I
    Course Number: 522431

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours:4

    Description:
     
    Basic topics in the analysis, behavior and design of trusses and framed structures under static loads; analysis topics include compressive, tensile, flexural, and shear behavior of structural components, member forces in trusses, shear and moment diagrams, deflections, simple applications of the force method, slope-deflection.
     
    Course Name: Theory of structures II
    Course Number: 522432

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours:4

    Description:
     
    Analysis of plane trusses, continuous beams and plane frames by direct stiffness method; analysis of continuous beams by moment distribution method; approximate methods of analysis. 
     
    Course Name: Reinforced Concrete I
    Course Number: 522251

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours:3

    Description:
     
    Study of the strength, behavior, and design of reinforced concrete members subjected to moments, shear, and axial forces; extensive discussion of the influence of the material properties on behavior.
     
    Course Name: Reinforced Concrete II
    Course Number: 522252

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours:4

    Description:
     
    Study of the strength, behavior, and design of indeterminate reinforced concrete structures, with primary emphasis on slab systems; emphasis on the strength of slabs and on the available methods of design of slabs spanning in two directions, with or without supporting beams.
     
    Course Name: Construction Equipment I, II
    Course Number: 52438 

    Schedule for spring and fall

    Credit hours:4

    Description:
     
    Introduce functions of different construction equipment; foundation, concrete, waterway, offshore dredge, tunnel, and general construction equipment. Familiar with the construction estimates and costs of each construction equipment, student can acknowledge the ability and performance of different construction equipment.
     
    Course Name: Mechanical Electric equipment for civil engineering
    Course Number: 522204

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours:2

    Description:
     
    Introduction to cost, operation, and performance of different mechanical electric equipment;  estimating and project control.
     
    Course Name: Construction Provisions
    Course Number: 522205

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours:2

    Description:
     
    Principles for the construction provisions; jobsite operations and functions, safety, quality, and plan.
     
    Course Name: Engineering Geology
    Course Number: 52822

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours:2

    Description:
     
    Introduction to the nature and origin of soils and rocks; engineering significance of geologic
    landforms and soil deposits; identification and engineering classification of soils; engineering behavior and properties of soils; permeability, compressibility, shearing resistance; soil compaction. Field trips required. 
     
    Course Name: Environmental engineering
    Course Number: 522206
     
    Schedule for fall
     
    Credit hours: 2
     
    Description:
     
    This course deals with environmental impact statements and global pollution issues; and considers the sources, characteristics, transport, and effects of air and water contaminants; biological, chemical, and physical processes in water; unit operations for air and water quality control; solid waste management; and environmental quality standards. 
     
    Course Name: Highway Engineering
    Course Number: 52832

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours: 2

    Description:
     
    Analysis, behavior, performance, and structural design of pavements, bituminous materials for highways and airfields; and analysis of factors in developing a highway transportation facility; traffic estimates and assignment; problems of highway geometrics and design standards; planning and location principles; intersection design factors; street systems and terminal facilities; drainage design; structural design of surface; concepts of highway management and finance; and highway maintenance planning. topics include climate factors, rehabilitation, life cycle design economics, and traffic loadings.
     
    Course Name: Drawing of Civil Engineering IV
    Course Number: 522344

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours: 2

    Description: 
     
    This course introduces highway design drafting. Major topics include municipal and rural key maps, drainage, plan views, profile drawings, roadway cross sections, earthwork, and mathematical procedures related to surveying.  In addition, the course covers topographic drawings, drawing principle, drawing management, land development drawings, and drainage plans and profiles. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to construct topographic maps, land development maps, construction drawings and drainage structure drawings.
     
    Course Name: Construction Estimates and  Costs
    Course Number: 522207

    Schedule for Spring

    Credit hours: 2

    Description:
     
    This course introduces the fundamentals of estimating the materials necessary for basic construction projects according to an assigned set of plans.
     
    Course Name: Construction management
    Course Number: 522208

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours: 3

    Description: 
     
    Principles of economics, decision making, and law applied to company and project management. Business ownership, liability and insurance, cash flow analysis, and financial management. Project life-cycle, design-construction interface, contracts, estimating, scheduling, cost control.
     
    Course Name: Architecture & Civil Engineering Construction Drawing I
    Course Number: 522345

    Schedule for 

    Credit hours: 1

    Description:
     
    This course includes threads, fasteners, springs, working drawings, axonometric drawings, oblique projections, intersections, and developments.  This course requires students to draw a set of plans with construction details for a large one-story residential house. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to construct the drawings using CAD.
     
    Course Name: Architecture & Civil Engineering Construction Drawing II
    Course Number: 522346

    Schedule for fall 

    Credit hours: 1

    Description:
     
    A continuation of CE-522345, this course emphasizes a variety of residential housing construction details for the two-story house. In addition, the course covers the long form for specifications in terms of the scope of the work and materials.  Advanced training in CAD with applications to civil engineering.
     
    Course Name: Equipment & Pipeling System in Building
    Course Number: 522209

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours: 2

    Description:
     
    Introductory to the safe, reliable, and environmentally pipeline system in a construction, which includes the equipment control and pipeline design.
     
    Course Name: Structural Steel Design
    Course Number: 

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours: 4

    Description:
     
    Behavior and design of steel plate girders and shear walls. Design of bracings for stability. Design of members subjected to torsion. Design of composite beams, columns, and beam-columns. Behavior and design of shear, semi-rigid and moment connections. Concepts used in design of gusset plates and base plates. Selection and design of steel and composite systems.
     
    Course Name: Foundation Construction
    Course Number: 522210

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours: 3

    Description:
     
    Advanced treatment of topics in foundation construction, including earth pressure theories, design of earth retaining structures, bearing capacity, ground improvement for foundation support, analysis and design of shallow and deep foundations.
     
    Course Name: Special Topics
    Course Number: 522216

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours: 2

    Description:
     
    A term project is assigned to conduct the design of a steel building structure, including resistance to earthquake loads. 
     
    Course Name: Construction Contracts and Technical Provisions
    Course Number: 522212

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours: 2

    Description: 
     
    Engineering involves many parties with diverse interests. Legal principles form the framework for their interaction. Contracts for engineering services establish both risk allocation and reciprocal liabilities. Issues of contract formation, performance, breach, and remedy are covered in detail. Standard of care and professional negligence are emphasized during the discussion of tort law. Other topics include regulation, legal relationships, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution.
     
    Course Name: Practice of Construction Planning and Control
    Course Number: 522213

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours: 2

    Description:
     
    This course will cover the art and science of applying engineering and construction expertise from the working task level. Actual projects will be studied in terms of specific design and construction technologies. Major topics include constructability; subcontractor and supplier management; material control; quality and productivity management; and construction facilities and site development.
     
    Course Name: Architecture Engineering Construction
    Course Number: 522214

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours: 4

    Description:
     
    Introduction to architecture engineering construction and field operations. The construction industry, construction methods and practice, productivity improvement, equipment selection, site layout formwork, erection of steel and concrete structures.  Management and quality assurance and control of these activities.  Field trips to local construction projects.  Teams identify and are aided by experienced engineers and consultants. Teams construct a physical model of the system or a critical part of the system. Teams develop a formal report on their project and present project results to a panel of judges at the end of the semester.
     
    Course Name: Safety on Construction
    Course Number: 522217

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours: 2

    Description:
     
    Multidisciplinary approach to planning for construction safety and injury control. Topics include: roles of construction equipment, worker, and environment; injury causations; accident investigation; injury control measures; costs of injury and countermeasures; policy issues; safety and injury control programs.
     
    Course Name: Construction of Steel Structures
    Course Number: 522215

    Schedule for fall

    Credit hours: 3

    Description:
     
    Behavior and design of structural members and connections using Load and Resistance Factor Design methods: tension members, compression members, beams and beam-columns; typical shear and moment connections, welded and bolted. Behavior and characteristics of steel structural systems.
     
    Course Name: Theory of Structural Matrix
    Course Number:52820

    Schedule for spring

    Credit hours:3

    Description:
     
    Direct stiffness method of structural analysis; fundamentals and algorithms; numerical analysis of plane trusses, grids and frames; virtual work and energy principles; introduction to the finite element method for plane stress and plane strain. An introduction to computer applications by means of a general purpose structural analysis program.
     
    Course Name: Engineering Mathematics I, II
    Course Number: 522211

    Schedule for spring and fall

    Credit hours: 4

    Description:
     
    This course provides training in the basic mathematical techniques and symbolism needed throughout Civil Engineering, particularly simple manipulative skills and an ability to put these together to solve a longer problem in a clear and logical way.  
     
    1. First-order differential equations
     
    2. Differential equations with constant coefficients
     
    3. Calculus with many variables
     
    4. Fourier series