2 Mechanical Engineering Machinery, power, and manufacturing or production methods. Design turbines, printing presses, earth-moving machinery, food processor, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, artificial hearts and limbs, and engines for aircrafts, diesel locomotives, automobiles and trucks, and public transportation vehicles.
4 Civil Engineering The buildings we live in and work in, the transportation facilities we use, the water we drink, and the drainage and sewerage systems. Civil Engineers Measure and map the earth’s surface. Design and supervise the construction of bridges, tunnels, large buildings, dams, and coastal structures. Plan, lay out, construct, and maintain railroads, highways, and airports. Devise systems for the control and efficient flow of traffic. Plan and build river regulation and flood control projects Provide plants and systems for water supply and sewage and refuse disposals Coleman bridge Source: http://www.roadstothefuture.com/Coleman_Bridge_Side_N2.jpghttp://www.roadstothefuture.com/Coleman_Bridge_Side_N2.jpg
5 Construction Engineering Egyptian Universities –Civil Engineering Structural Engineering Material Engineering Geotechnical (Soil Mechanics & foundation) Engineering Hydraulic Engineering Construction Engineering Transportation Engineering Geodetic Engineering Public Works (sanitary & railway) Engineering AUC –Construction materials and structures –Construction management and technology –Environmental engineering
6 Electrical Engineering Concerned with electrical devices, currents, and systems. Electrical engineers work with equipment ranging from heavy power generators to tiny computer chips. Electrical engineers usually work in: - Power generation and transmission - Electronics - Communications systems - Instrumentation and measurements - Automatic controls - Computers Xbee RF module Source: http://www.digi.com/products/wireless/point-multipoint/xbee-series1-module.jsphttp://www.digi.com/products/wireless/point-multipoint/xbee-series1-module.jsp
8 Petroleum & Energy Engineering Discovery, exploration and processing of the earth’s energy resources Integrated approach to study: –Petroleum engineering –Gas technology –Alternative energy resources
9 Architectural Engineering Plan, design and build structures Develop skills of innovation, creativity and critical thinking in the design of the built environment
10 Chemical Engineering Application of chemistry, physics & engineering to the design & operation of plants for the production of materials that undergo chemical changes during their manufacture. Paints, lubricants, fertilizers, pharmaceuticals & cosmetics, petroleum products, foods Selecting appropriate processes: absorption, humidification, drying, mixing, crushing, filtering, oxidation, etc.
11 Environmental Engineering Air Pollution Water Pollution and Waste Water Soil Pollution Waste Management Environmental Regulations Environmental Awareness Environmental Studies Environmental Degradation Ecology Treatment Source: Envronmental Noise, Bruel & Kjaer, 2000.
12 Other Specializations Mineral & Petroleum Engineering Agricultural Engineering Textile Engineering Marine Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Genetic Engineering Nuclear Engineering