Classes

JLS 106: Leather Microbiology and Parasitology

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2021

Research Methodology

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2021

SNS 645: Research Methodology

Purpose of the Course
To enable the learners to acquire knowledge and skills about sampling methods, available statistical tools, different research approaches and use of computational methods to analyse data, uncertainty measurements and interpretation.

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course the learner should be able to:
i. Describe the statistical tools available for data analysis.
ii. Select appropriate statistical tools for specific data type
iii. Report research findings effectively

MBChB 2nd Year

Semester: 
Second
Offered: 
2021

Beneficial Insects -szl 530

Offered: 
2020

FEB 759: MODELLING DYNAMIC SYSTEMS

Offered: 
2020

Modeling is a key tool is postgraduate and indeed all scientific research. A study of theoretical, experimental and computer methods for characterizing the dynamic behavior of complex systems is the focus of this course. It gives a sound philosophical and mathematical overview of modeling systems as well as detailed mathematical and empiricalmodeling including computer simulation and solutions.

FEB 650: Transport Systems

Offered: 
2020

Course objectives
Develop Candidates Understanding and Appreciation of the Functional and Design Requirements of Transport Systems in the Field and Industry under;
1. Over-view of Industrial and Field Transport Systems
2. Interaction between land -use and travel patterns;
3. Service characteristics of transportation modes;
4. Design of unpaved and paved minor roads, minor crossings, culverts, drifts, small bridges;
5. Economic analysis and
6. Computer applications.

FEB 610: Similitude Theory and Applications

Offered: 
2020

Course objectives
1. To be able to identify correctly and to list complete, non-redundant set of governing quantities that characterize physical system.
2. To become able to generate valid set of dimensionless parameters that adequately characterizes physical system.
3. To become able to plan and organize experiment to define the response of physical systems to forcing effect through application of dimensional concepts and similitude theory.
4. To become able to use effectively similitude concepts for:
a. Designing and operating models
b. Testing physical equations

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