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C.E By FAHAD

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Transcript of C.E By FAHAD

CIVIL
Thanks for listening
Engineering
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1819
1907
Modules
What is Civil Engineering
Student reasons for choosing this major:
Some facts to know about!
education
Nature of Work
What skills have you gained
FAHAD AL-HAMAMI
career
Earthquake engineering
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
The Branches of Civil Engineering
Content of the presentation

What is civil engineering?
Course structure
The reasons for choosing this major
Modules
expected types of assessments
Timetable
contact hours
Important aspects of the course
Interesting area of study
Expectations
Conclusion
Engineering Maths
Engineering
Mechanics
Assembly
Techniques
Representation
Drawing
Physics for Engineers
Chemistry
Expected types of assessments
In the first year about 60 % for assignment and projects and the last 40% for the final exam .

Contact hours
The contact hours about 30-35 hours
per a week .

This informations is taken from
ASEEL

who study C.E @ UL .
TIMETABLE
Interesting aspects of the course
Designing and Drawing



Interesting area of study
Expectations
Structure
OF
CIVIL ENGINEERING
Water
Environment
Energy in C.E
Buildings
Infrastructure
conclusion
C.E is about designing processes
and making products to solve
real-world problems.
copied from CIVIL @ UL
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Taken from
ASEEL

who study C.E @ UL .
References
Structural analysis:
Allow us to understand how each and every member of
the structure behave when subjects to loading.
Solis mechanics:
Understand how the soils react when construction
of top it .
From year one of the programme , will develop student ability to work on a team, to plan and present, to undertake research and to apply student knowledge.
civil engineering is becoming more and more important through time. It deals with the design and construction of the built environment.

I'm intrested in becoming a civil engineer to be involved in developing the future and to be able to solve the real world problems .
Some information is taken from:

http://www3.ul.ie/courses/CivilEngineering.php
and from student who studies

CIVIL@UL

Foundation programme
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