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Mechanical Engineering Syllabus

Posted by on Feb 19, 2018 in Mechanical Engineering | 0 comments


This is a simple lead to how the Mechanical Engineering Syllabus looks like from the third semester to the eighth. The first two semesters of the Mechanical Engineering Syllabus are mainly introductions and a reminder of the basics involved in the whole course. The last two semesters are not included in this Mechanical Engineering Syllabus because the units done by students are not general. Students specialize in their last year of the Mechanical Engineering Syllabus. Engineering in Kenya  has more articles.

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Mechanical Engineering Syllabus for Second & Third Years

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus; 3rd Semester subjects

  • Mathematics-III
  • Thermodynamics
  • Strength Of Materials – I
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Machine Drawing
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Economics

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus; 4th Semester subjects

  • Fundamentals of Management
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Material Science
  • Strength of Materials – II
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Energy Conversion

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus; 5th Semester subjects

  • Kinematics Of Machines
  • Machine Design – I
  • Fluid Machines
  • Internal Combustion Engines And Gas Turbines
  • Manufacturing Science
  • Applied Numerical Techniques And Computing

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus; 6th Semester subjects

  • Dynamics Of Machines
  • Machine Design – II
  • Heat Transfer
  • Automatic Controls
  • Measurements And Instrumentation
  • Industrial Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus for Fourth Year

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus; 7th Semester subjects

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  • Automobile Engineering
  • Refrigeration And Air Conditioning
  • Operations Research
  • Mechanical Vibrations

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus; 8th Semester subjects

  • Computer Aided Design
  • Power Plant Engineering
  • Optimization Methods For Engineering Systems
  • Computer Aided Vehicle Design
  • Mechatronics
  • Flexible Manufacturing Systems
  • Robotics Engineering
  • Ergonomics And Work Place Design
  • Modern Manufacturing Processes
  • Emerging Automotive Technologies

Conclusion on the Mechanical Engineering Syllabus

In the Mechanical Engineering Syllabus, there are some units that may seem irrelevant e.g. the economics unit  in the second year. The bonus units depend on the university and also the educational system of the country in question. In Kenya, the Mechanical Engineering Syllabus must have a HIV and AIDS unit since HIV and AIDS is an emerging issue in the country. These bonus units should therefore be appreciated in the Mechanical Engineering Syllabus.