Form 90 BE (Year 5 to 6)

www.highlightcomputer.com/Form90BEYr56.htm

 

Year 1+2

Advanced Diploma will be issued and the following  study programs are to be continued

Year 3+4

Professional Diploma+BE degree will be issued and the following free self study programs are to be continued

Year 5

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/profdipenggpractice2.htm

Advanced Diploma in Engineering (Engineering Practice)/

Professional Diploma in Engineering (Engineering Practice)

(Course 67110/67111)

 

Course Objective

This course aims to provide the necessary skills and knowledge for Diploma/ AGTI /BTech /BE Graduates of Government or Non Government Technical Colleges and Technological Universities of Myanmar to achieve the educational requirement to acquire Singapore Recognized Engineer (Fellowship)/ ASEAN Engineering Technologists/ Associate Engineering Technologists/ ASEAN Engineering Technician/ Associate Technicians through Membership of Singapore Institute of Engineering Technologists & further career progress toward ASEAN Engineer.

Course Outline

ENG601- Engineering Studies (60 pt- for submission of AGTI/BTech/BE)

ENG602-Engineering Applications (10 pt for submission  of Curriculum Vitae for experienced engineers and Final Year Project Report for recent graduates)

ENG603-Engineering Practicals (10 pt- Which can be exempted for minimum of 5 Years Engineering Experience)

ENG604-Occupational Health & Safety (5 pt)

 

ENG605-Engineers Law (2 pt)

ENG606-Engineering Ethics (3 pt)

The candidates who complete ENG 601/602/603/604/605/606) can receive Advanced Diploma in Engineering (Engineering Practice) (Credit Points 90) which is academic requirement for MSIET (Member of Singapore Institute of Engineering Technologists)

 

ENG607 -Leadership & Management Skills for Engineers (4 pt)

ENG608-Business Skills for Engineers ( 6 pt)

ENG609-Financial Management Skills for Engineers (3 pt)

ENG610-Engineering Materials (4 pt)

ENG611-Renewable Energy Engineering (10 Pt)

ENG612-Risk Assessment Skills for Engineers (3 pt)

The candidates who complete ENG 601/602/603/604/605/606/607/608/609/610/611/612) can receive Professional Diploma in Engineering (Engineering Practice) (Credit Points 120) which is academic requirement for FSIET (Fellow of Singapore Institute of Engineering Technologists)

Enrol at the following link http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/p915fvwS1a00971Hx9U6u10

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STUDY GUIDE

ENG601- Engineering Studies (60 pt- for submission of AGTI/BTech/BE)

ENG602-Engineering Applications (10 pt for submission  of Curriculum Vitae for experienced engineers and Final Year Project Report for recent graduates)

ENG603-Engineering Practicals

Select any two practical courses, study and submit the assignment

 

RESOURCES DOWNLOAD LINK

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/PracticalCourses.htm

 

ENG604-Occupational Health & Safety (5 pt)

Mgt 208 Safety Management

www.mongroupsydney1.com/Mgt208SafetyManagement.pptx

ASSIGNMENT

Do the exercises in the following link.

www.mongroupsydney1.com/AdvancedDiplomainManagementStudyGuide.pdf

 VIDEOS

E011+E017 Lesson 1 Hazards of electricity

http://youtu.be/u7hZkdSDWxI

E011+E017 Lesson 2 Low voltage safety

http://youtu.be/O9C0S5yzpy4

http://youtu.be/DlLqJf5gNEQ

http://youtu.be/8fjcP8MEffI

E011+E017 Lesson 3 Safety procedure & methods

http://youtu.be/DRdri7ZJUfw

E011+E017 Lesson 4 Electrical installation safety

http://youtu.be/2srZpukbAQw

E011+E017 Lesson 5 Installation safety

http://youtu.be/NVBghDWmeX0

Power Line Accident Due to Ladder

http://youtu.be/csV1qiMskSQ

Electric Fire

http://youtu.be/0DXz2Ny7w74

http://youtu.be/1n61ds40lt4

 

ENG605-Engineers Law (2 pt)

Write the critical review of Myanmar Engineering Council Laws and Regulations by reflecting your own view. You can write 1 to 3 Pages.

RESOURCES DOWNLOAD LINK

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/mengclaw.htm

http://www.myanmarengc.org/laws-regulation

 

ENG606-Engineering Ethics (3 pt)

Study Engineers Ethics of Myanmar Engineering Council. Then do the research work on various media such as Newspaper/ Journals/ Internet to find out any engineering tasks which do not comply with public safety/ ware fare of public and wasting of public money/ breach of consumers’ right etc and provide the critical review by referring the relevant clauses of Engineers Ethics.

 

RESOURCES DOWNLOAD LINK

www.highlightcomputer.com/MEngCEthics.pdf

 

 

ENG607 -Leadership & Management Skills for Engineers (4 pt)

VIDEOS

Mgt 101 Management

Day 3 Part 3AMgt 101+501

 

Day 3 Part 3BMgt 101+501

 

Day 3 Part 3CMgt 101+501

 

ICT 104 Mgt 104  Program Project +BAE 508 Project Management

 

Day 7 Part 2

 

ICT104+Mgt104+BAE508 1

 

ICT104+Mgt104+BAE508 2

 

ICT104+Mgt104+BAE508 3

 

ICT104+Mgt104+BAE508 4

 

ICT104+Mgt104+BAE508 5

 

ICT104+Mgt104+BAE508 6

 

Mgt 105 Quality Management

 

Day11 Part 2

 

Mgt 5051

 

Mgt 5052

 

Mgt 5053

 

Mgt 5054

 

Mgt 5055

 

LESSONS TO BE STUDIED & ASSIGNMENT

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/MgtAdvDip.zip

studies all files JPG+MP3

Then answer Questions for MGT 104 (for MGT505+EE309 Lessons ) (Page 3 to 5 ) and MGT105 ( for MGT505 Lessons (Page 5 to 8) of www.highlightcomputer.com/DipManagementAssignment.pdf

 

OTHER REFERENCES

www.highlightcomputer.com Day 3 Part2-Mgt 101 Management.zip

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 7 Part 2-ICT 104 Mgt 104  Program Project BAE 508 ProjectManagement.zip

 

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 11 Part 2-Mgt 105 Quality Management.zip

 

ENG608-Business Skills for Engineers ( 6 pt)

VIDEOS

Mgt 102 Performance Management

 

Day 12 Part 2

 

Mgt 1021

 

Mgt 1022

 

Mgt 1023

 

Mgt 201 Customer Service Management

https://youtu.be/3I-eSQyy9x0

Mgt 202 Change Management

https://youtu.be/cF8e-GrmqIo

https://youtu.be/i-yXY9k71uc

Mgt 203 Inventory & Budget Management

https://youtu.be/UsUsrFLspxc

Mgt 204 Continuous Improvement Management

https://youtu.be/H8X9GP9nY7Q

Mgt 205 Office Management

https://youtu.be/yYacivydUa4

https://youtu.be/J6Nwoz8nnOY

Mgt 206 Work-based Training Management

https://youtu.be/-_t0SLtD3BY

https://youtu.be/wgTrTLTS9KY

Mgt 207 Business Letter Writing

https://youtu.be/3c4mhgmBums

Mgt 210 Professional Development Management

https://youtu.be/bYrknSQDERA

https://youtu.be/wxUI2K390GY

Mgt 211 Leadership

https://youtu.be/cF8e-GrmqIo

https://youtu.be/i-yXY9k71uc

Mgt 212 Preparing Portfolios

Mgt 213 Conflict Management

https://youtu.be/eaiSooLv5K0

 

LESSONS TO BE STUDIED & ASSIGNMENT

 

Do any two units of the followings/ If you do all, you will get Advanced Diploma in Management as well.

Mgt 201 Customer Service Management

www.mongroupsydney1.com/Mgt201CustomerServiceManagement.zip

Mgt 202 Change Management Reader

www.mongroupsydney1.com/Mgt202ChangeManagementReader.pdf

Mgt 204 Continuous Improvement Management

www.mongroupsydney1.com/Mgt204ContinuousImprovementManagement.zip

Mgt 211 Leadership

www.mongroupsydney1.com/Mgt211Leadership.zip

Mgt 213 Conflict Management

www.mongroupsydney1.com/Mgt213ConflictManagement.zip

ASSIGNMENT

Do the exercises in the following link.

www.mongroupsydney1.com/AdvancedDiplomainManagementStudyGuide.pdf

 

 

ENG609-Financial Management Skills for Engineers (3 pt)

Certificate in Financial Management

www.highlightcomputer.com/Mgt106.zip

All lessons+ Exercises in the above link

 

ENG610-Engineering Materials (4 pt)

 

10 RE010-Engineering Materials

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/RE010.zip

ASSIGNMENT

Page 48 to 61 of

www.highlightcomputer.com/BEGeneralREAssignment.pdf

 

ENG611-Renewable Energy Engineering (10 Pt)

Do any two units. If you do all, you will also receive Diploma in Renewable Energy Engineering.

 

RE001- Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability

 

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/RE001.pdf

ASSIGNMENT

Page 5 to 16 All questions  of

www.highlightcomputer.com/BEGeneralREAssignment.pdf

RE003- Solar and Thermal Energy Systems

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/RE003.zip

ASSIGNMENT

Page 18 All questions of

www.highlightcomputer.com/BEGeneralREAssignment.pdf

 

RE004- Energy Storage Systems

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/RE004.zip

ASSIGNMENT

Page 19 to 30 All questions of

www.highlightcomputer.com/BEGeneralREAssignment.pdf

 

RE005- Renewable Energy Resource Analysis & Wind Energy Conversion Systems

 

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/RE005.zip

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/RE006.zip

 

ASSIGNMENT

Page 31 to 46 All questions of

www.highlightcomputer.com/BEGeneralREAssignment.pdf

RE007- Energy System Efficiency

 

www.iqytechnicalcollege.com/RE007.zip

ASSIGNMENT

www.mongroupsydney1.com/RE007Exercises.pdf

VIDEOS

LECTURES (ENGLISH+MYANMAR EXPLANATIONS)

 

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You need to sign in by using your e-mail account to lock off the Safety Mode.

 

 

 

 

RE001 Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy

Day 6 Part 1

Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy 1(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Climate change, solar energy, hydro energy

 

Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy 2(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Tidal Power, Design for climate

 

Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy 3(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Solar heating, Site selection, Embodied Energy

 

 

Day 6 Part 1

RE001- Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability /BAE 523A Environmental Engineering (Civil)

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 6 Part 1 R001BAE523-Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability.zip

 

Day 6 Part 1

RE 001 Foundation Studies in RE

Slide 1,2,4,8,12,14,16,20,22,23,24,27,29,34,44,50,52,66,69,77,81,82,86,88,93,97,99,114,115,117,118,119,138,142,145,146,161,164,192

 

RE005 Renewable Energy Resources Analysis

 

Day 9 Part 1

Renewable Energy Resources Analysis 1 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Hydro Power Plants

 

Renewable Energy Resources Analysis 2 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Water Turbines

 

Renewable Energy Resources Analysis 3 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Bio-Energy, Thermo Chemical

 

Renewable Energy Resources Analysis 4 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Bio-Chemical Processing, Geo-thermal Energy, Tidal Energy

 

Renewable Energy Resources Analysis 5 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Tidal Wave Generators, Connection to Electricity Grid

 

Day 9 Part 1

RE005- Renewable Energy Resource Analysis



RE005-RE Resources Analysis (6).pdf (5.42MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6ij4aag9kodh/n/RE005-RE_Resources_Analysis_(6).pdf

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 9 Part 1 RE005-Renewable Energy Resource Analysis.zip

 

Day 9 Part 1

RE005 Renewable Energy Resources Analysis

RE004-4

Hydro power Slide 2,3,5,6

Hydro plants 7,8

Turbine blades 11,14,15,18,22

Bio energy

29,31,32,33,34,

Bio fuel  36,37,41

Oil extraction 44,45

Thermo chemical processing 46

RE005-5

Bio chemical processing  7,9,10,11, Ethanol  13,14

Geothermal   24,28,32,36,40,42,46,50,51

RE005-6

Tidal energy Physics  1,3,5,6,7,8,9,11,14,17,20,21,23,24,25,27,28,29,30,31,34,36,37,43,44,47,50,52,53

RE005-7

Hydrogen Fuel

1,2,3

Fuel cell   13,14

 

RE003- Solar and Thermal Energy Systems

Day 7 Part 1

Solar and Thermal Energy Systems 1 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Solar Energy & Thermal Conversion

 

 

Solar and Thermal Energy Systems 2 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Heat Exchanger, District Heating, Combined Heat & Power

 

Solar and Thermal Energy Systems 3 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Domestic Solar Heating & Cooling, Earth Heat Reservoir

 

Day 7Part 1

RE003 Solar & Thermal Energy System

Slide 1,2,5,6,9,11,14,15,20,21,24,25,31,33,35,37,39,42,44,46,47,53,57,58,61,63,69,71,73,77,100,117,118,122,123,126,130,137,138,148,151,152,154

 

Solar energy+ Measurement of irradiation   Page 1 to 15

Solar water heating system + Collectors  Page 20 to 39

Solar water heater + Heat exchanger   Page 42 to 63

Combined hot water system   Page 100 to 148

Dielectric +Heating system + Earth Reservoir  Page 151 to 154

 

Day 7 Part 1

RE003- Solar and Thermal Energy Systems

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 7 Part 1 RE003- Solar and Thermal Energy Systems.zip

 

 

RE004- Energy Storage Systems

Day 8 Part 1

 

Energy Storage Systems (Myanmar+English)

 

Topics-Principle, Power Grid Energy Storage Devices, Redox

              Battery, Hydrogen Cell Battery

 

Day 8 Part 1

RE004- Energy Storage Systems+ RE006- Wind Energy Conversion Systems

 

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 8 Part 1A-RE004- Energy Storage Systems.zip

Day 8 Part 1A

RE004 Energy Storage System

Storage& density  Page 1,4,6

Page 7-System, Page 8 Storage management Page 10

Frequency regulation Page 12  Voltage Page 16

Distribution network energy storage Page 18

Energy storage retailer Page 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31,32,35,37,38,41,42,43,44

 

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 8 Part 1B-RE006- Wind Energy Conversion Systems.zip

 

RE006 Wind Energy Conversion System

 

Wind Energy Conversion System 1(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Energy& Power in Wind, World Wind Energy

 

Wind Energy Conversion System 2 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Wind Turbine, Aero-dynamic forces, Electricity Generated

              by Wind Turbine

 

Day 8 Part 1B

RE006 Wind Energy System

Page 1 Wind of the world

Page 2 Energy & Power in the wind Page 3,4

Wind machines  Page 6,7,8,9

Page 14 Aero dynamic force Page 19,20 Aerofoil

Page 23 Relative wind velocity

Page 24 Wind turbine power 26,27,28

Page 32 Wind energy calculation Page 36

 

RE002- Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems-Electrical

Day 14Part 1

Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems 1(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Sun Geometry, Solar Cell Connection

 

Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems 2(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Solar Electrical System Installation

 

Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems 3(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Power Output from solar cell, Grid Connection

 

Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems 4(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Solar Installation Inspection

 

Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems 5(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Lightning & Surge Protection, Metering

Day 14 Part 1

RE002- Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems-Electrical

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 14-Part 1-RE002- Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems-Electrical.zip

Day 14 Part 1

RE002 Grid Connected PV system

RE 002 Part 1  

Sun geometry  1

Daily irradiance  2, 9

Power output calculation 29, 31, 36

Pen circuit voltage 37,40,41,42,44

Inverter diagram 45,46,48,52,53

Grid protection 55, 56, 57, 58, 59

Lightening surge protection 62, 63

Net metering 64, 67, 68, Inspection& testing

73 PV array location   81, 82, 89, 90

PV power system  92,93,

Typical arrays 97,98,100,102,105,

Grid connected inverter 134,135,136,137,139,146

 

RE002 Part 2

Economy 16,20,23

 

RE007- Energy System Efficiency

Day 16 Part 1

Energy System Efficiency 1 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Unit Energy, Energy used by day

 

Energy System Efficiency 2 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Comparison of energy usage, Solar Farming

 

Energy System Efficiency 3 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Regeneration, Combined Heat& Power

 

Energy System Efficiency 4 (Myanmar+English)

Topics-Heat Transfer, Energy Efficient Building Construction

 

Energy System Efficiency 5(Myanmar+English)

Topics-Energy Survey, Building Survey, Lighting Control

Day 16 Part 1

RE007- Energy System Efficiency

(Electrical)(Mechanical)

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/Day 16Part 1-RE007- Energy System Efficiency.zip

 

Day 16 Part 1

RE007 Energy Efficiency

Page 1,3,4,5,6 Energy Use  Page 11

Water use Page 16

Comparison Page 19,20

Solar farming Page 21,25,26,27,30

Bulb efficiency Page 35,40,45,46

Regenerative braking Page 48, 49, 53

CHP Page 55, 57, 58

Efficient electricity use Page 61, 64, 66

Car Page 68,69,70,

Ventilation Page 76, 78, 86

Energy efficient office  Page 92,93,94,95,110

Power system in energy efficiency Page 111

Survey Page 115,118,119,120

Building survey

Page 122, 123

 

ENG612-Risk Assessment Skills for Engineers (3 pt)

VIDEOS

Mgt 208 Safety Management

https://youtu.be/rPhf8Ngkd7w

Mgt 209 Risk Management

https://youtu.be/QawB3xDt2dc

 

LESSONS TO BE STUDIED & ASSIGNMENT

Mgt 208 Safety Management

www.mongroupsydney1.com/Mgt208SafetyManagement.pptx

Mgt 209 Risk Management

www.mongroupsydney1.com/Mgt209RiskManagement.zip

 

ASSIGNMENT

Do the exercises in the following link.

www.mongroupsydney1.com/AdvancedDiplomainManagementStudyGuide.pdf

 

Year 6

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/graduatecapstone.htm

raduate Engineers Capstone Training & Assessment                 By  Dr Kyaw Naing

Topics

Page Number

Graduate Engineer Capstone Assessment (Part 1)

2

Part 1   Professional conduct and ethics

4

Part 2- General Civil Engineering

5

Part 3- Civil Engineering Practice

9

Part 4-Specialist Area-(Civil Engineering)

11

Part 2 -General Electrical Engineering

30

Part 3-Electrical Engineering Practice

32

Part 4-Specialist Area-(Electrical Engineering)

38

Part 2-General Mechanical Engineering

48

Part 3 Mechanical Engineering Practice

54

Part 4-Specialist Area-(Mechanical Engineering Engineering)

55

Graduate Engineer Capstone Assessment (Part 1) Resources

57

Graduate Engineer Capstone Assessment (Part 2) Practical Training Resources

61

Part (1) Youtube Engineering Practicals

61

Part (2) Engineering Practicals in DVD/USB/ Download link

62

Part (3) Practical Training for Tradesman, Technician & Engineer Level

86

Capstone 1+2 Record Format for Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

90

Architecture Capstone Assessment

97

Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum Capstone Assessment

97

Chemical & Bio-technology Capstone Assessment

97

Marine Engineering & Naval Architecture Capstone assessment

98

Mechatronics Engineering Capstone Assessment

98

Electrical Power System Engineering Capstone Assessment

99

Textile Engineering Capstone Assessment

100

AGTI  (Electrical, Civil, Mechanical) Bridging Course

101

ICT Engineering Capstone Assessment

101

Other Engineering disciplines Capstone Assessment

103

Refer PEng Reg.pdf for Part 4-Specialist Area  http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/PEngReg.pdf

www.highlightcomputer.com/graduatecapstone.htm

Graduate Engineer Capstone Assessment (Part 1)

Graduate Engineer Capstone Training & Assessment composes of a series of engineering application theory & practical training & assessment short courses that are to be voluntarily undertaken by fifth and final year BE & fourth year B Tech students to be able to acquire Registered Engineer ( Independent Practice) and Registered Engineer (Supervised Practice) Licences.

The courses are either to be delivered & assessed by Registered Senior Engineers or Professional Engineer registered with Myanmar Engineering Council or the engineers with similar status in overseas engineer licensing authorities or the teaching staff of Technological Universities or the competent trainers / site engineers/ site technicians who have competency in providing the training & assessing the outcomes.

The students are to be issued with the record book in which the completion of the short courses are endorsed and sealed.

At the personal interview session to issue the licences, those records are checked by the licensing officers of Myanmar Engineering Council to provide the recommendation to issue the licences.

The training courses are to be arranged at Technological Universities or the branches of Myanmar Engineering Council or Myanmar Engineering Society or the training venues of the organization which are authorized by Myanmar Engineering Council to provide the training.

All graduating engineering students of all disciplines are required to complete Course Number 1 –General Engineering-Professional Conduct & Ethics.

After having completed the course 1, the followings are the courses and assessment to complete Graduate Capstone Part 1 to issue Registered Engineer (Supervised Practice) Licences

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Part 2-General Civil Engineering

Course 2 (CE) General Civil Engineering-Mechanics

Course 3 (CE) General Civil Engineering-Structure

Course 4 (CE) General Civil Engineering-Geo-technical

Course 5 (CE) General Civil Engineering- Transportation

Course 6 (CE) General Civil Engineering- Hydraulics ,Hydrology & Environmental

Part 3- Civil Engineering Practice

Course 7 (CE) Civil Engineering Practice-Rules & Regulations

Part 4-Specialist Area-------------RSE Theory Part

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Part 2 -General Electrical Engineering

Course 2- General Electrical Engineering-Power

Course 3-General Electrical Engineering-Building Services

Part 3 -l Electrical Engineering Practice

Course 4 Electrical Engineering Practice Rues & Regulations

Course 5 Electrical Engineering Practice –Green Energy

Course 6 Electrical Engineering Practice –Electricity Market

Course 7 Electrical Engineering Practice –Protection & Safety

Part 4-Specialist Area-------------RSE Theory Part

MECHANICAL EENGINEERING

Part 2-General Mechanical Engineering-

Course 2- General Mechanical Engineering- Control And Instrumentations

Course 3- General Mechanical Engineering- Mechanics

Course 4- General Mechanical Engineering- Manufacturing

Course 5- General Mechanical Engineering- Heat Transfer

Part 2 Mechanical Engineering Practice

Course 6- Mechanical Engineering Practice - Piping

Course 7- Mechanical Engineering Practice – Air-conditioning & Mechanical Ventilation

Course 8- Mechanical Engineering Practice – Gas (Optional)

Course 9- Mechanical Engineering Practice – Lift and Hoisting Systems (Optional)

Course 10- Mechanical Engineering Practice – Energy Conservation for Mechanical Building Services (Optional)

Part 4-Specialist Area-------------RSE Theory Part

The contents of the capstone courses are compared with the contents in academic curriculum subjects taught by Technological Universities. For the same contents, the results of the transcripts issued by Technological Universities are to be taken into account and only the contents which were not previously taught & assessed by Technological Universities are to be delivered and assessed.

At RSE Level, Handbook of Myanmar Board of Engineers is referred for specific RSE Discipline. As RSE level is specialist level, although the knowledge & proficiency required for several disciplines of RSE, not all contents & competency are expected to be acquired by a discipline RSE. They are the general guide and only the detailed theoretical and practical competencies acquired by RSE applicant is to be assessed.

The RSE applicants need to present the detailed information to prove his or her competency in the specific tasks and the endorsement will depend on such information.

After having completed Graduate Capstone Part 1, the graduating students will need to proceed to Graduate Capstone Part 2 Practical Assessment in which they will have to attend a series of practical short courses and assessment tasks are to be undertaken.

COURSE NUMBER 1 (GE)

Part 1   Professional conduct and ethics

(Common)

Professional conduct and ethics are important areas because most of the

disciplinary actions taken by the Professional Engineers Board are in the area

of ethics and not technical matters. Professionalism and ethics are closely

related and inseparably bound as professional status and recognition are based

on public interest. A professional engineer’s judgment and decisions can have

great impact on public health and safety. He is expected to uphold the dignity,

standing and reputation of the profession. He shall practise ethically in relation

to his clients, employers, fellow professionals and the public at large.

This is a common unit which has two sections on the Professional Engineers

Act and Professional Conduct and Ethics. The course must be completed by all discipline students

Syllabus

The paper will focus on the latest revisions of the following Professional

Engineers Act and Rules:

-  Professional Engineers Act—Myanmar Engineering Council Rules/ Regulations

-  Professional Engineers (Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics) Rules

-  Professional Engineers Rules

References will also be made to past disciplinary actions taken by the

Professional Engineers Board arising from complaints against professional

engineers.

Questions will be set to test the candidates’ understanding and interpretation

of the provisions in the act and rules as well as how they will tackle hypothetical

cases involving the clients, the employers, fellow professionals and the public

at large.

 

CIVIL ENGINEERING

After having completed , course Number 1 (GE), the specialist capstone courses are required to be completed by the students

Part 2- General Civil Engineering (Reference: Singapore Professional Engineers Board)

Course 2 (CE) General Civil Engineering-Mechanics

CE 101 Mechanics of Materials

§ Mechanics of Materials

Strength, stiffness and deformability; Stress-strain relations;

ductility and brittle fracture; time-dependent properties; creep,

creep rupture; relaxation; cyclic load behaviour.

§ Concrete Technology

Concrete-making materials, properties of fresh and hardened

concrete, mixing, placing, and curing, mix design, destructive and

non-destructive tests, quality control, durability, and special

concrete.

§ Steel

Basic metallurgy, mechanical properties and applications, welding

technology and corrosion.

CE 102 Structural Mechanics

§ Structural Mechanics

Statics and kinetics of particles, equilibrium of rigid bodies,

kinematics and plane motion of rigid bodies, analysis of simple

trusses and beams, analysis of structural members subjected to

tension, compression, torsion, and bending, including such

fundamental concepts as stress, strain, and elastic behaviour. Bar

forces in compound and complex trusses. Bending moment,

shear and axial forces of beams and frames.

· CE 103 Structural Analysis

§ Structural Analysis

Displacements of elastic determinate structures: principle of

virtual work and energy theorems. Analysis of indeterminate

structures. Deformation of indeterminate structures and

influence line method. Displacement techniques using slope-

deflection and moment distribution methods. Plastic theory and

analysis. Theory and applications of modern structural analysis.

Concepts of equilibrium, compatibility and force-displacement

relationships. Direct stiffness method. Matrix formulation of

trusses, beams and frames. Stability concepts and elastic

stability analysis of framed structures.

· CE 104 Soil Mechanics

§ Basic geology, unified soil classification system, mechanical

properties,  effective  stress  principle,  shear  strength,

compressibility, and seepage and consolidation; Mohr-Coulomb

failure criterion (drained and undrained), settlement calculations,

rate of consolidation using classical Terzaghi theory.

· CE 105 Fluid Mechanics

§ Fluid Statics

Fluid properties; hydrostatic pressure and thrust; buoyancy;

stability of floating bodies.

§ Fluid Motion

Continuity equations; Bernoulli’s equation; linear momentum

equation.

Similitude

Dimensional analysis; design of hydraulic models.

Course 3 (CE) General Civil Engineering-Structure

 

· CE 201 Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Structures

§ RC Design

Basic structural members and structural systems. Loads and

load effects. Section analysis and design for bending. Design

for shear, torsion and bond. Corbels. Serviceability and

durability requirements. Design of short and slender columns.

Design of slab systems. Concentrated loads on slabs. Design

of foundations. Retaining walls. Reinforced concrete detailing.

§ Prestressed Concrete Design

Basic concepts of prestressing. Materials and prestressing

systems. Prestressed losses and time dependent deformation.

Behaviour and design of members subject to flexure, shear and

combined axial and bending action.

· CE 202 Steel and Composite Structures

§ Steel Design

Limit state design. Material properties and structural responses.

Local buckling and section classifications. Design of fully

restrained beams. Shear buckling and design of plate girder.

Web bearing and buckling. Design of web stiffeners. Lateral-

torsional buckling and design of laterally unrestrained beams.

Tension and compression members. Axially loaded members

with end moments. Design of steel connections. Plastic design

of portal frames. Continuous multi-storey frames.

§ Composite (Steel-Concrete) Design

Structural modeling and design concepts. Moment capacity and

shear resistance, full and partial connection of composite beams.

Design of composite slab. Design of composite columns.

 

Course 4 (CE) General Civil Engineering-Geo-technical

· CE 203 Geotechnical Engineering

§ Slope Stability and Earth Retaining Structures

Introduction to slope stability and earth retaining structures;

slopes and embankments; earth pressure and retaining

structures; deep excavations; calculation of active and passive

earth pressures; design considerations pertaining to deep

excavations.

§ Foundation Engineering

Site investigation and interpretation of soil reports; shallow

foundations and deep foundations; selection of appropriate

foundation type; capacity and settlement requirements.

Course 5 (CE) General Civil Engineering- Transportation

·

 CE 204 Transportation

§ Transportation Engineering

Transportation systems, planning and management; geometric

design of roads and intersections; design of flexible and rigid

pavements.

§ Traffic Engineering

Traffic flow studies; traffic data analysis; traffic management;

highway and intersection capacity; traffic signal control. Parking.

Course 6 (CE) General Civil Engineering- Hydraulics ,Hydrology & Environmental

· CE 205 Hydraulics and Hydrology

§ Hydraulics

Friction and minor losses in pipe flow; pipe and pump systems;

pipe network analysis; open channel flow; uniform flow,

Manning’s equation; critical flow; energy and momentum

principles; hydraulic jumps; gradually varied flows, backwater

computation.

§ Hydrology

Processes in the hydrologic cycle: basic meteorology, rainfall

precipitation, evaporation and transpiration, infiltration, sub-

surface flow, surface runoff, streamflow measurement and

hydrograph analysis; unit hydrograph principles and applications;

frequency analysis of rainfall or flood data; reservoir and channel

flood routing; urban storm drainage design, flood peak

estimation.

· CE 206 Environmental Engineering

§ Environmental Engineering

Basic physical, chemical and biological water quality parameters;

physical, chemical, and biological processes for water and

wastewater treatment; water treatment principles and design;

water distribution systems; wastewater collection and pumping

systems; wastewater treatment design; pretreatment, primary,

secondary, tertiary treatment, and anaerobic digestion.

 

Part 3- Civil Engineering Practice

Course 7 (CE) Civil Engineering Practice-Rules & Regulations

Syllabus

The list of reference literature, codes, acts, regulations, etc appended below is

meant as a guide and is not exhaustive.

· Acts and Regulations

§ Professional Engineers Act and Regulations

§ Building Control Act and Regulations

· Publications

§ URA

-  Planning Control Handbooks and Guidelines for Building Works

§ SCDF

-  Code of Practice for Fire Precautions in Buildings

-  Handbook on Fire Precautions in Buildings

-  FSSD Fire Safety Handbooks

§ LTA

-  Guidelines & Publications on Rapid Transit Systems

Building Works & Restricted Activities in Railway Protection

Zone

-  Street Proposals

-  Vehicle Parking

-  Other Guidelines and Standards

§ NEA

-  Code of Practice on Environmental Health

-  Code of Practice on Pollution Control

§ PUB

-  Code of Practice on Surface Water Drainage

-  Standard Specifications for Drainage Works

-  Code of Practice on Sewerage and Sanitary Works

-  Sewerage and Drainage Standard Drawings

§ NParks

- Procedures and Guidelines for Plan Submissions

§ MOM

-  Workplace Safety & Health Act and Subsidiary Legislations

§ BCA

-  National Productivity and Quality Specification (NPQS)

-  Guidelines and Handbooks on Civil Defence Shelters

-  Code of Practice on Buildable Design

§ Civil Engineering Codes/Standards

-  Codes and Standards under Building Control Act and

Regulations

-  Codes and Standards for Roads and Transit Systems to LTA's

Requirements

 

Part 4-Specialist Area-------------RSE Theory Part (Reference Myanmar Board of Engineers)

RSE are required to demonstrate  all or part of the topics in their specialist practice area. The demonstration is by means of various ways as described in the RSE assessment part of the flow chart

Construction PE

Refer  http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/PEngReg.pdf

 

Road PE

Refer  http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/PEngReg.pdf

 

Structure PE

Refer  http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/PEngReg.pdf

 

Geotechnical PE

Refer  http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/PEngReg.pdf

 

Bridge PE

Refer  http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/PEngReg.pdf

 

 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Part 2 -General Electrical Engineering (Reference: Singapore Professional Engineers Board)

Course 2- General Electrical Engineering-Power

EE 101 Principles of Power Engineering

§ Three-phase Circuits and Systems

Review of single-phase circuits. Three-phase voltage generation.

Phasor diagrams. Wye and delta connections. Balanced three-phase

loads. Active, reactive and apparent power. Power measurements.

Power factor correction.

§ Magnetism and Magnetic Circuits

Magnetic fields. Magnetic materials and magnetization curves.

Magnetic equivalent circuits. Electromagnetic induction. Sinusoidal

excitation. Magnetic losses.

§ Transformers

Ideal  transformer.  Equivalent  circuits.  Phasor  diagrams.

Determination  of  parameters.  Performance  evaluation.

Autotransformers. Three-phase transformers.

§ AC and DC Machines

DC Machines: operating principle, voltage and torque equations,

classification, torque-speed characteristics, losses and efficiency.

Three-phase induction motors: operating principle, equivalent circuit,

torque-speed characteristics, losses and efficiency.

§ Power Electronics and Drives

Introduction to power conversion. Harmonics. AC to DC conversion.

DC to DC conversion. DC to AC conversion. DC servo motor drive

systems. AC variable-speed induction motor drive systems.

Permanent magnet and stepping motor drive systems.

Fundamental of Power System

Energy sources. Per unit system. Power system components and

representation: synchronous generators, transmission lines and

cables. Load representations. Power transfer.

§ Power Flow Modelling

System components modelling. Formulation of power flow equations.

Methods of power flow solution. Case studies.

· EE 201 Power System Analysis and Utilizations

§ Active Power and Frequency Control

Governor control systems. Area control errors and load frequency

control. Energy offers. Transmission losses, penalty factors and loss

coefficients. Economic dispatch. Automatic generation control.

Electricity market environment. Active power control devices.

§ Reactive Power and Voltage Control

Production and absorption of reactive power. Methods of voltage

control. Reactive power and voltage control devices. Application to

transmission and distribution systems.

§ Analysis of Unsymmetrical Faults

Three-phase faults and fault level calculations. Symmetrical

components. Sequence impedances and sequence networks.

Unsymmetrical faults.

§ Electric Power Distribution Systems

Distribution  system  configurations.  Primary  and  secondary

distribution. Ring, radial and inter-connected systems. Distribution

substation layout. Planning criteria and network design. Fault

diagnosis and restoration of supply. Expert system applications.

Course 3-General Electrical Engineering-Building Services

§ Building Services Engineering

Estimation of power demand. LV cables and busway systems.

Conductor sizing factors. Circuit protective conductor. Earth leakage

and touch voltage. Inspection and testing. Lightning protection.

§ General Protection Principles

Basic protection principles Instrument transformers. Coordination of

overcurrent and earth protection for distribution systems. Pilot-wire

differential protection of feeders.

§ Applications of High-voltage Engineering

Acceptance and routine tests on apparatus. Fault locating methods.

Condition monitoring and aging assessment. Case studies.

Part 3- Electrical Engineering Practice

Course 4 Electrical Engineering Practice Rues & Regulations

Myanmar Electrical Rules relevant to the followings

syllabus

· Codes of Practice

§ CP 5: Code of Practice for Electrical Installations

§ CP 10: Installation and Servicing of Electrical Fire Alarm System

§ CP 15: Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Escalators

§ CP 39: Installation of MATV for the reception of VHF and UHF

Sound and TV

§ CP 88 - 1 : Code of practice for temporary electrical installations

- Construction and building sites

§ CP 88 - 2 : Code of practice for temporary electrical installations

- Festive lighting, trade-fairs, mini-fairs and exhibition sites

§ CP 88 - 3 : Code of practice for temporary electrical installations

- Shipbuilding and ship-repairing yards

SS 209: Battery operated emergency power supply for lighting,

ventilation and alarm bell of lifts

§ SS 530: Code of practice for energy efficiency standard for

building services and equipment.

§ SS531-1: Code of practice for lighting of work places – Indoor.

§ SS531-2: Code of practice for lighting of work places – Outdoor.

§ SS531-3: Code of practice for lighting of work places - Lighting

requirements for safety and security of outdoor work places.

§ SS532: Code of practice for the Storage of Flammable Liquids.

§ SS535: Installation, Operation, Maintenance, Performance and

Construction Requirements of Mains Failure and Standby

Generating System.

§ SS538: Code of practice for maintenance of electrical equipment

of electrical installations.

§ SS546: Emergency voice communication system in building.

§ SS 550: Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Electric

Passengers and Goods Lifts.

§ SS 551: Code of Practice for Earthing.

§ SS 555-1 : Code of practice for protection against lightning –

General requirement.

§ SS 555-2 : Code of practice for protection against lightning –

Risk management.

§ SS 555-3 : Code of practice for protection against lightning –

Physical damage to structures and life hazard.

§ SS 555-4 : Code of practice for protection against lightning –

Electrical and electronic systems within structures.

§ SS 558: Code of practice for construction, installation, operation

and maintenance of intruder alarm systems.

§ SS 563-1: Code of practice for the design, installation and

maintenance of emergency lighting and power supply systems in

buildings. Part 1 : Emergency lighting.

§ SS 563-2: Code of practice for the design, installation and

maintenance of emergency lighting and power supply systems in

buildings. Part 2 : Installation requirements and maintenance

procedures.

§ SS 564 - 1 : Green data centres - Part 1 : Energy and

environmental management systems

§ SS 564 - 2 : Green data centres - Part 2 : Guidance for energy

and environmental management systems

§ SS 576: Code of practice for earthworks in the vicinity of

electricity cables.

§ Electricity Act

§ Electricity (Electrical Installations) Regulations

§ Handbook for Application of Installation Licence, published by

EMA

§ Fire Code 2013 & Fire Code 2013 Handbook

Course 5 Electrical Engineering Practice –Green Energy

 

§ BCA Green Mark Assessment Criteria published by BCA

§ Code on Accessibility in the Built Environment 2013 published by

BCA

§ Handbook for solar photovoltaic system (PV) Systems, published

by BCA and EMA

 

Course 6 Electrical Engineering Practice –Electricity Market

 

§ How to Apply for Electricity Connection, published by SP

PowerGrid Ltd

§ Code of Practice for Info-communication Facilities in Buildings

(2013) or COPIF 2013 published by IDA

· Electrical Power Supplies, Tariffs and Design

§ Electricity market

§ Generation, transmission and distribution in Singapore

§ Electricity bill calculation for HT and LT consumers

§ Design of electrical installations

§ Load estimation

§ Power factor correction

Power quality and power system harmonics

§ Consumer Substation, Switchboards and Switchgears

§ Maintenance of electrical equipment, switchgears and cables

§ Design for energy efficiency and sustainability

· Lighting requirement for workplace, indoor and outdoor

§ Visual needs for safety and security

§ Determine the lighting requirements for indoor and outdoor work

places.

· Energy efficiency and accessibility requirement for buildings

§ Minimum energy-efficiency requirements for new installation and

replacement of systems and equipment in buildings

§ Replacement of components of systems and equipment in

buildings

§ Criteria for determining compliance with energy efficiency in

building with regards to air-conditioning and heat rejection

equipment, water heaters, motor drives and lighting used in

buildings.

§ Requirement and guidelines for buildings to be designed or

retrofitted to provide accessibility and safety to persons with

disabilities and families with young children.

Course 7 Electrical Engineering Practice –Protection & Safety

· Protection for Safety

§ Measures in protection against electric shock (direct and indirect)

§ Principle of operation of protective devices

§ Maximum demand and diversity factors

§ Protection against over-current and short circuits

§ Protective devices and circuit conductors

§ Discrimination in protection of electrical circuits

· Cables, Busways, and Distribution Boards

§ Type and characteristic of cables

Method of installation

§ Sizing of conduit and trunking

§ Factors affecting the current carrying capacity of cables

§ Sizing of cables and busways for use under different types of

conditions

§ Connected load, maximum demands and circuit breakers ratings

for a electrical distribution board

· Earthing

§ Purpose of earthing

§ Methods of earthing

§ Earth fault loop impedance and earth fault current

§ Suitable sizes of circuit protective conductor

§ Testing of earthing

· Lightning Protection Systems

§ Rolling sphere technique of determining zones of protection

§ Spacing of air terminations and types of air termination

§ Down conductors for building below 45 metres and those

exceeding 45 metres

§ Earth electrodes, earth resistance values and hazards of a rise in

ground potential caused by lightning strike

§ Selection of appropriate materials and installation methods

§ Prevention of side flashing

§ Design requirement of complete lightning protection system

§ Transients and surge suppression

§ Effect of lightning on system and structure

§ Source and type of damages due to lightning

Risk assessment aspect in lightning protection

· Emergency Lighting

§ Exit and emergency lighting requirements for evacuation of

occupants

§ Types of back-up power supplies

§ Exit and directional Signs

· Standby Power Generator System

§ Types of essential and critical loads

§ Sizing of generator with considerations for maximum demand of

essential load, transient or motor starting loads and voltage dip

§ Voltage regulation and its effects on generator sizing

§ Protection for alternator and prime mover

§ Installation of standby generator system including day-tank,

battery and charger, fuel supply, engine cooling system, plant

room ventilation, exhaust and fresh air intake, control and

instrumentation panel and automatic transfer switch.

§ Underground fuel storage system

§ Grounding/Earthing arrangement

§ Maintenance

· Automatic Fire Alarm System

§ Requirement for automatic and manual fire detection system and

purpose of compartmentation as required by the Fire Code

§ Interaction with other building services such as emergency voice

communication system, lifts, AHUs, pressurization fans and auto-

doors during alarm activation

· Emergency Voice Communication System

§ Requirements for public address system for building above 24

metres but less than 60 metres

§ Requirements for emergency voice communication for building

above 60 metres

Requirements for fireman intercom

· Inspection, Testing and Common Violation In Electrical

Installation

§ Mandatory requirements for inspection and testing of electrical

installation prior to energisation of electrical supply

§ Types of test instruments and standard methods of testing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part 4-Specialist Area-------------RSE Theory Part (Reference: Myanmar Board of Engineers)

RSE are required to demonstrate  all or part of the topics in their specialist practice area. The demonstration is by means of various ways as described in the RSE assessment part of the flow chart

Building Services (030-036)

Refer  http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/PEngReg.pdf

ELECTRONIC

Refer  http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/PEngReg.pdf

 

MECHANICAL

Part 2-General Mechanical Engineering-(Reference: Singapore Professional Engineers Board)

Course 2- General Mechanical Engineering- Control And Instrumentations

ME 101/201 Control And Instrumentations

§ Modelling of Linear Systems

Introduction to control systems. Mathematical modelling of electro-

mechanical systems. Transfer functions representation of physical

components. Block diagram manipulation.

§ Dynamic Response Analysis

Transient response analysis and performance indices. Poles and zeros

concept, dominant pole concept of high order systems. Characteristic

equation. Steady state errors and system types.

§ Principles of Feedback Control

Open loop versus closed loop control. Analysis of system type. Error

elimination and disturbance rejection. Types of feedback systems.

PID controller. Stability and Routh-Hurwitz method.

§ Root Locus Techniques

Qualitative analysis of the Root Locus. Guidelines for sketching a Root

Locus. General concepts of dynamics compensator design. Design

by Root Locus: PI, PD, PID, Lead and Lag compensators. Feedback

compensation and realisation.

§ Frequency Domain Analysis

Concept of frequency response. Bode plots. Nyquist plot and Nyquist

stability criterion. Stability margins. Closed loop frequency domain

characteristics. Design of compensator via Bode plots - Lead, Lag &

Lag-lead controller. Design examples.

§ Measurement System

Models and classification for measurement systems and their time

and frequency domain behaviours. Performance specifications.

§ Analog Devices and Measurement

Introduction to basic measurement devices for analog signals and

measurement principles. Conditioning of analog signals for

transmission and processing.

§ Digital Devices and Measurement

Fundamental differences between analog and digital systems.

Sampling theorem and fundamentals of data acquisition.

§ Sensors

Measurement for common engineering applications: position, speed,

stress, strain, temperature, vibration and acceleration, pressure and

flow. Semiconductor sensors and micromechanical devices.

· ME 102/202 Dynamics And Vibrations

§ Dynamics

Kinematics of Particle

Uniform rectilinear motion; Uniform accelerated rectilinear motion;

Rectangular components of velocity and acceleration; Motion

relative to a frame in translation; Tangential and normal

components; Radial and transverse components. Newton’s second

law; Equations of motion; Angular momentum of a particle;

Principle of conservation of energy; Principle of conservation of

momentum.

Kinematics of Rigid Bodies

General plane motion; Coriolis acceleration. Equations of plane

motion for a rigid body; Angular momentum of a rigid body in plane

motion; Principle of work and energy for a rigid body; Principle of

impulse and momentum for the plane motion of a rigid body;

Conservation of angular momentum.

§ Mechanical Vibrations

Vibration Without Damping

Simple harmonic motion; Energy method; forced vibration.

Damped Vibration

Damped free vibration; Damped forced vibration.

 

Course 3- General Mechanical Engineering- Mechanics

· ME 103/203 Fluid Mechanics

§ Basic concepts

Understanding fluids as compared to solids and gases. Properties of

fluids: Density, pressure and viscosity. Pressure measurements.

Buoyant forces and Archimedes’ Principle. Stability of submerged and

floating bodies. Stability of a ship.

§ Fluid Motion

Real and ideal fluids. Momentum and forces in fluid flow: Continuity

equation, momentum equation, energy equation, Bernoulli’s equation.

§ Pipe Flow

Laminar and turbulent flows in pipes. Moody diagram, losses and

fittings, energy equation for real laminar flow in pipes. Equation of

motion for turbulent flow. Mixing length hypothesis. Fully turbulent

flow in pipes. Head and flow calculations in pump-piping systems.

§ Fluid Machinery

Fundamental theory and performance. Pumps and fans, turbines:

Concepts and performance characteristics. Cavitation and surge

phenomena.

§ Flow Resistance and Propulsion

Boundary layer, surface roughness, form drag. Water jet theory: Basic

principle, fundamental thrust equation. Ship propulsion: Introduction

to propulsion system, powering of ship, propeller theory, propeller-hull

interaction.

· ME 104/204 Mechanics And Materials

§ Material properties and behaviour

Yield and ultimate tensile stress, proof stress, elastic modulus. Yield

and Strength failure criteria- Tresca and Von-Mises.

Temperature effects- temperature expansion coefficient, creep and

stress relaxation. Post-yield effects- elastic-plastic, bilinear hardening

and strain hardening. Fatigue effects- S/N curves.

§ Stress and Strain

Basic stress and strain for elastic bodies- direct stress and strain,

shear stress and strain, Mohr's circle. Stress and Strain

transformations - two and three-dimensional, 4 elastic constants E,

n, k and G.

§ Bending of beams

Second moments of area of structural sections, Free body, shear force

and bending moment diagrams. Elastic and inelastic bending of

beams. Combined tension and bending of beams, Deflection and

slopes of beams. Shear stress in beams, Statically indeterminate

beams.

§ Bending of plates and cylindrical shells

Symmetric membrane bending theory of circular plates and shells

under fixed and freely supported boundaries. Discontinuity stresses

of cylinder to flat, cone or hemispherical shells junctions.

§ Torsion of prismatic bars and closed sections

Torsion of circular solid section and open thin walled sections, shear

stresses and deformation, shear flow in thin walled open and closed

sections.

§ Buckling of columns

Euler buckling theory, perfect and imperfect columns, effect of end

fixings on critical buckling loads.

§ Thermal loading

Thermal stresses in beams and cylinders due to a through thickness

temperature gradient, thermal stresses in compound bars of different

materials under uniform temperature.

§ Internal pressure loading

Membrane theory, thin and thick walled cylinders under pressure.

Course 4- General Mechanical Engineering- Manufacturing

· ME 105/205 Manufacturing Technology

§ Introduction

Cutting tool materials. Single and multi-point tools. Types of wear.

Manufacturing processes: cold and hot working, rolling, extrusion,

forging, sheet and metal blanking and forming, cold forming, welding,

brazing, soldering, casting, powder metallurgy, plastics technology.

Non-conventional machining: electro-discharge machining.

§ Metal Removal

Introduction to machine tools and machining operations – Generating

motions of machine tools, machines using single point tools, machines

using multipoint tools, machines using abrasive wheels. Mechanics of

metal cutting – Chip formation, forces acting on the cutting tool and

their measurement, the apparent mean shear strength of the work

material, chip thickness, friction in metal cutting. Cutting tool materials

– Major tool material types. Tool life and tool wear – Forms of wear in

metal cutting. Economics of metal cutting operations – Choice of feed,

speed and depth of cut, tool life for minimum cost and minimum

production time, estimation of factors needed to determine optimum

conditions.

§ Metrology

Basic measuring instruments and their applications (Linear and

angular measurement, roundness, flatness and surface finish

measurement).

§ Manufacturing Processes

Introduction to cold and hot working. Rolling - 2, 3 and 4-high rolls,

cluster and planetary rolls, manufacture of blooms, billets and slabs.

Extrusion - Direct and indirect extrusion, hollow extrusion, hydrostatic

extrusion. Forging - Hammer, press, roll forging, open and closed die

forging. Sheet metal bending and deep-drawing, punch load,

drawability, Crane's constants. Shearing of sheet metal - types of

shearing operation, punch and die clearance, punch force. Cold

forming processes - Marforming, Guerin process, hydroforming.

Welding, brazing, soldering - Arc and gas welding, pressure welding,

MIG, TIG, submerged-arc, friction, resistance, laser and electron-

beam welding. Casting - Sand casting, patterns, defects, die-casting,

centrifugal casting, investment casting, continuous casting. Powder

metallurgy - Production of powders, fabrication processes, sintering,

comparison with other processes. Electro-discharge machining.

Plastics technology – Properties of plastics, thermoplastics and

thermosets, manufacturing of plastics.

Course 5- General Mechanical Engineering- Heat Transfer

 

· ME 106/206 Thermodynamics And Heat Transfer

§ Thermodynamics

Fundamental concepts

Simple concept of thermodynamic system. Types of energy

interaction between system and surroundings. Properties of simple

pure substances –understand the general form of property

diagrams. Empirical temperature scales and thermometry. Ideal

and perfect gases. Use of steam tables for substance such as

water.

First Law of Thermodynamics

The concept of fully-resisted or quasi-static processes; work and

heat interactions in adiabatic boundaries with the introduction of

internal energy, kinetic, potential and enthalpy. Statement of the

First law of Thermodynamics: applications relating to non-flow and

simple unsteady flow (e.g., the filing of a rigid vessel) processes.

First law applied to simple thermodynamic plants, e.g. power plant,

compressors and expanders (without detailed knowledge of plant

construction). Steady flow energy equation and its application to

demonstrate the significant of enthalpy changes.

Second Law of Thermodynamics

Alternative statements of the Second Law. Reversible and

irreversible processes. Internal and external irreversibility. Heat

engines operating in temperature reservoirs and the efficiency of

reversible engines. Entropy as a property and its relationship to

heat transfer. The Clausius inequality. Isentropic and non-

isentropic processes.

§ Heat Transfer

Conduction

Heat transfer by conduction. Steady-state conduction through slab,

compound walls, cylinders and spheres. Unsteady state conduction

in homogeneous solids.

Convection

Heat Transfer by convection, in fluids and films. Overall heat

transfer coefficients. Natural and forced convection on plane

surfaces, fins, pipes and around round bundles. Heat transfer in

extended surfaces- combining conduction and convection.

Radiation

Heat transfer by radiation. Laws of radiant heat transfer, black and

gray bodies, geometric factors, absorptivity.

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Part 3 Mechanical Engineering Practice

Course 6- Mechanical Engineering Practice - Piping

 

Piped Services

Cold and Hot Water Services; Sanitary Plumbing Systems within

buildings; Town Gas Incoming Supply and Distribution; Liquefied

Petroleum Gas (LPG) Multi-Cylinder Systems; Swimming Pool

Filtration System

Course 7- Mechanical Engineering Practice – Air-conditioning & Mechanical Ventilation

· Air Conditioning & Mechanical Ventilation

Indoor Air Quality Comfort / Environmental Control / Fire Safety

Requirements

· Fire Safety in Buildings

Wet and Dry Rising mains/Hydrant Systems; Fire Hose reel System;

Automatic Fire Sprinkler System; Fire Detection and Alarm System;

Course 8- Mechanical Engineering Practice – Gas (Optional)

Gas Flooding System

 

Course 9- Mechanical Engineering Practice – Lift and Hoisting Systems (Optional)

Lift and Hoisting Systems

Lifting / Hoisting Equipment

· Other Major Mechanical Systems and Services

Boiler Plants, Calorifiers, Pressure Vessels, Pressure Piping

Lift and Hoisting Systems

Course 10- Mechanical Engineering Practice – Energy Conservation for Mechanical Building Services

(Optional)

· Energy Conservation for Mechanical Building Services /

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RSE are required to demonstrate  all or part of the topics in their specialist practice area. The demonstration is by means of various ways as described in the RSE assessment part of the flow chart

Buildings Mechanical Standards

· Relevant Codes of Practices, Standards and Acts

All relevant regulations, by-laws, Acts and accepted codes of practice

of:-

§ National Environment Agency

§ Public Utilities Board

§ PowerGas Ltd

§ PowerGrid Ltd

§ Singapore Civil Defence Force

§ Ministry of Manpower

§ Building and Construction Authority

§ Energy Market Authority

· Singapore Standards – Codes of Practice

§  SS 550: Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Electric

Passengers and Goods Lifts.

§ CP 10 : Code of Practice for The Installation and Servicing of

Electrical Fire Alarm Systems

§ SS553: Code Of Practice For Air-Conditioning And Mechanical

Ventilation In Buildings (Formerly CP13)

CP 15: Code of Practice for Installation, Operation and

Maintenance of Escalators and Passenger Conveyors

§ SS530 – Code of Practice for Energy Efficiency Standard for

Building Services and Equipment

§ SS567: Code of Practice for Factory Layout – Safety, Health and

Welfare Considerations

§ SS575: Code of Practice for Fire Hydrant Systems and Hose Reels

§ CP34: Code of Practice for bulk liquid oxygen storage

installation on user premises

§ CP35: Code of Practice for the selection, care and maintenance

of steel wire ropes for hoisting

§ SS536: Code of Practice for safe use of mobile cranes

§ SS532 – Code of Practice for the Storage of Flammable Liquids

§ CP48: Code of Practice for Water Services

§ CP51: Code of Practice for Manufactured Gas Pipe Installation

§ CP52: Code of Practice for Automatic Fire Sprinkler System

§ SS578: Code of Practice for Use and Maintenance of Portable Fire

Extinguishers

Cranes

§ SS559: Code of Practice for safe use of tower cranes

§ CP63: Code of Practice for the lifting of persons in work

platforms suspended from cranes

§ NFPA 2001: Standard for Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing systems

(FM200)

 

Piping & Pressure Vessel

American Society of Mechanical Engineers codes on pressure

vessels and piping

§ American Petroleum Institute codes on pressure vessels and

piping

§ British Standards on pressure vessels and piping

 

NOTE

Although the references from Singapore Board & Singaporean Standards are mentioned, Myanmar Engineering Council Trainers can choose the other relevant standards by consulting with Myanmar Engineering Council

Graduate Engineer Capstone Assessment (Part 1) Resources

Graduate Engineer Capstone Assessment Part 1 Resources contain the following aspects

Teachers from Technological Universities and Trainers/ Assessors of Capstone Training & Assessment can refer any relevant textbooks by consultation with Myanmar Engineering Council.

The following web-links contain the suggested references in electronic format.

Engineering Calculation Download link

 TU Teachers should download the Handbook of Engineering Calculations & teach the students to prepare for Capstone Part 1 Engineering Fundamental Knowledge Assessment

www.highlightcomputer.com/peexam.htm

Engineering Calculations

(Electrical+ Civil+ Structural+ Architectural+ Mechanical + Building Services+ Chemical+ Environmental)

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Section 1-Civil Engineering  (PDFFile Page 7)

Section 2-Architestural Engineering (PDF File Page 188)

Section 3-Mechanical Engineering (PDF File Page 307)

Section 4-Electrical Engineering (PDF File Page 885)

Section 5-Chemical Process & Plant Engineering (PDF File Page 974)

Section 6- Water & Waste Water Engineering (PDF File Page 1041)

Section 7-Environmental Engineering (PDF File Page 1078)

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http://www.filefactory.com/file/2w3pne09qn5t/n/8.pdf




2011_NCEES_FE_Reference_Handbook.pdf

www.mongroupsydney1.com/2011_NCEES_FE_Reference_Handbook.pdf

 

Engineering Fundamental FE Exam Supplied Handbook.pdf

www.mongroupsydney1.com/EngineeringFundamentalExamSuppliedHandbook.pdf

public_fe_reference_handbook.pdf

www.mongroupsydney1.com/public_fe_reference_handbook.pdf

Professional Engineer Support Site

This site contains other general references for Practical knowledge. (Not all resources are downloadable from internet. Authorized teachers & trainers are required to meet the course developer)

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/pe.htm

Electrical+ Building Services

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/PEEE.htm

 

Electronics

www.highlightcomputer.com/PEEC.htm

 

Civil

 

www.highlightcomputer.com/PECivilCombined.htm

 

Engineering References

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/elib.htm

ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTAL EXAMINATION SUPPORT SITE

www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm

 

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER EXAMINATION SUPPORT SITE

www.highlightcomputer.com/pesupport.htm

 

Fundamental of Engineering Overseas Test System General Information

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#a

 

Fundamental of Engineering Study Areas (Reference to Professional Engineers Board of Singapore)

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#b

Fundamental of Engineering Study Resources

 http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#c

(Reference to Professional Engineers Board of Singapore)

 (Civil)

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#c                  

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/pecivil.htm

 Electrical

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#d

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/pe3.htm           

 Mechanical

 http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#e

Marine Engineers & Naval Architect Professional Engineers Test References

 http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#f

Chemical Engineers Reference

 http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#h

Petroleum Engineers Reference

 http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#i

Materials, Metallurgy & Mining Engineers Reference

 http://www.highlightcomputer.com/ef.htm#j

Professional Engineer Competency Development

http://www.highlightcomputer.com/GraduateDiplomaEngineeringPractice.htm

Graduate Engineer Capstone Assessment (Part 2)

After having completed the course 1, the followings are the courses and assessment to complete Graduate Capstone Part 2- Practical Training  to issue Registered Engineer (Supervised Practice) Licences.

Practical courses are mixture of online/ DVD demonstration videos and hand on practice by using tools and equipment which are to be delivered and assessed by competent trainers. The followings are the list. The graduate engineers are required to complete the specific numbers of practical courses as specified from time to time. (Not all resources are downloadable. Resources in DVD/ USB will be available.

 

Engineering Practicals Courses

Part (1) Youtube Engineering Practicals

Teachers are trainers should encourage the students to view Youtube Practicals before working with real equipment.

Electrical Engineering

http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/youtubevideos.htm#b

Civil Engineering

http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/youtubevideos.htm#d

Mechanical Engineering

http://www.mongroupsydney1.com/youtubevideos.htm#e

 

Part (2) Engineering Practicals in DVD/USB/ Download link

Engineering Practicals in the following links are also available in DVD/USB. Teachers and trainers can copy the digitized practical videos and reference books from the Capstone Course Developer. (Not all resources are downloadable from internet. Authorized teachers & trainers are required to meet the course developer)

www.highlightcomputer.com/PracticalCourses.htm

PC-Practical Course

Civil Engineering

 

PC 1-Certificate in Bricklaying & Masonry

 

 

Brick Laying.mp4 (50.88MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4ivd30digpt1/n/Brick_Laying.mp4


Brick laying 2.mp4 (73.23MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/civx70pl4af/n/Brick_laying_2.mp4

 

Brick laying 3.mp4 (3.27MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6fo80awne8l5/n/Brick_laying_3.mp4

 

Concrete stair building.mp4 (16.16MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5ywcvccduhtt/n/Concrete_stair_building.mp4


Concrete stair building 2.mp4 (84.41MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/20vfl1ohzc0n/n/Concrete_stair_building_2.mp4

 

Concrete stair building 3.mp4 (39.05MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1ulxprqqjx19/n/Concrete_stair_building_3.mp4

Stone veneer column building.mp4 (25.64MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/216vowqqvp7f/n/Stone_veneer_column_building.mp4

 

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/6vx58ad9bg9/n/CE_ME_Part_3_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

10-34

Brick Laying

Building Construction

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/tkgrzxydpdl/n/Civil_Engg_Part_1_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

77-100

Bricklaying Fundamental

Civil Engineering

 

 (R776)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/2qd51goi5gzf/n/Civil_Engg_Part_3_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-27

Bricklaying

Building Construction

 

(R777)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/39jhmvbrynap/n/Civil_Engg_Part_4_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

68-100

Bricklaying Operation

Building Construction

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1y3ex0ve3a99/n/GTI_Notes_Part_8_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

39-68

Engineering Materials

Electrical Engineering (GTI)

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

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PC 2-Certificate in Plumbing

 

Plumbing.mp4 (73.02MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2hnmuhbjzymj/n/Plumbing.mp4

Plumbing 2.mp4 (22.91MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2vtgh11has59/n/Plumbing_2.mp4

 

Plumbing 3.mp4 (61.84MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/373pyjlbz6mz/n/Plumbing_3.mp4

Pipe fitting 1.mp4 (25.03MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/3tdbogcg3knl/n/Pipe_fitting_1.mp4

 

Pipe fitting 1a.mp4 (48.72MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4xkuc8j63wdl/n/Pipe_fitting_1a.mp4

 

Pipe fitting 2.mp4 (12.61MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/32wogdocmff3/n/Pipe_fitting_2.mp4

 

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/5piy9frkipw3/n/CE_ME_Part_2_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-51

Piping

Building Construction

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/6vx58ad9bg9/n/CE_ME_Part_3_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

35-100

Water Supply

Building Construction

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/49y4g244y48d/n/Civil_Engg_Part_2_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-40

Piping

Building Construction

57-100

Plumbing

Building Construction

 

 (R776)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/2qd51goi5gzf/n/Civil_Engg_Part_3_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

73-100

Sanitary Plumbing

Building Construction

 

 (R778)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/2z26h0f5oqhh/n/Civil_Engg_Part_5_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-9

Piping

Building Construction

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1jken9v01229/n/Civil_Engg_Part_6_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

58-100

Drainage pipe, Ventilation

Building services

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

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PC 3-Certificate in Building Construction

 

Scaffolding.mp4 (16.29MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/28okhvjjk6b9/n/Scaffolding.mp4

Construction 1.mp4 (39.82MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/gxxi4tiz645/n/Construction_1.mp4

Construction 2.mp4 (64MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1vz2rroocyt5/n/Construction_2.mp4


Construction 3.mp4 (18.85MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/23kr14xaqsh/n/Construction_3.mp4

Roofing 1.mp4 (53.25MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4g238zoc0auh/n/Roofing_1.mp4

 

Roofing 2.mp4 (20.73MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5bkowq2urqm1/n/Roofing_2.mp4

Stair Construction.mp4 (20.51MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4gvu14cwju6b/n/Stair_Construction.mp4


(R893)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/2ihy0rlc01gx/n/IMT_Heat_Workshop_11_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

26-40

Engineering Drawing

Electrical Engineering (GTI)

 

(R870)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1mch26wp0kpj/ICS+GTI_Notes_6.pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

46-82

Building Construction

Building Construction

 

 (R766)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/22ujvs2e3jub/n/CE_ME_Part_4_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

34-43

Building Construction Lesson 29,30

Building Construction

44-56

Building Construction Lesson 25-28

Building Construction

57-64

Building Construction Lesson

13,14

Building Construction

 (R851)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1y3ex0ve3a99/n/GTI_Notes_Part_8_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

39-68

Engineering Materials

Electrical Engineering (GTI)

 

(R870)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1mch26wp0kpj/ICS+GTI_Notes_6.pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

46-82

Building Construction

Building Construction

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/tkgrzxydpdl/n/Civil_Engg_Part_1_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

28-76

Installing fixtures and vents

Civil Engineering

 

(R763)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1zieo3outouj/n/CE_ME_Part_1_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-64

Painting

Building Construction

 

(R764)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/5piy9frkipw3/n/CE_ME_Part_2_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

53-100

Colour Painting

Building Construction

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

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PC 4-Certificate in Gutter Construction

Wall Guttering .mp4 (24.14MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/3j443miuh3j9/n/Wall_Guttering_.mp4

Guttering.mp4 (10.15MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6xeottgjxa3p/n/Guttering.mp4

 (R776)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/2qd51goi5gzf/n/Civil_Engg_Part_3_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

28-72

Spouting/ Guttering

Building Construction

 

(R779)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1jken9v01229/n/Civil_Engg_Part_6_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

58-100

Drainage pipe, Ventilation

Building services

 

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

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Mechanical Engineering

PC 5-Certificate in Fitting & Machining

Shaper.mp4 (40.68MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1xrbp9zoi3pf/n/Shaper.mp4

Shaping machine.mp4 (62.59MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5heypg8fsgbr/n/Shaping_machine.mp4

Milling.mp4 (31.41MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/7dihefde9afb/n/Milling.mp4

Lathe.mp4 (112.89MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2z4mtc4nznrz/n/Lathe.mp4

Drilling machine.mp4 (40.07MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/771th5ykk78v/n/Drilling_machine.mp4

Drilling.mp4 (25.39MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5okp3vhcbvx9/n/Drilling.mp4


CNC 1.mp4 (200.62MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5iyf7x9iae5x/n/CNC_1.mp4

 

CNC 2.mp4 (6.01MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/33jdky8ezy0d/n/CNC_2.mp4

 

CNC 3.mp4 (121.82MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/68ihgtakv4m5/n/CNC_3.mp4



CNC 4.mp4 (32.42MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6v6qfbpq74mr/n/CNC_4.mp4

 

CNC 5.mp4 (29.24MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6awu2bzucwth/n/CNC_5.mp4

Written Lesson Notes in Myanmar+ English

(R767)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/ze4c3alq2wr/n/CE_ME_Part_5_pdf

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-77

Fitting & Machining

Mechanical Engineering

 

 

 

(R768)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/5o3acyqd4bcr/n/CE_ME_Part_6_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-100

Fitting & Machining

Mechanical Engineering

 

(R769)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/sy9cu65jd5/n/CE_ME_Part_7_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-117

Fitting & Machining

Mechanical Engineering

 

 (R844)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1y2zj6qczocz/n/GTI_Notes_Part_1_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

78-92

Production Technology + Metallurgy

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

 

(R845)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/3me8ts2l8aal/n/GTI_Notes_Part_2_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-7

Workshop Technology Notes

WT301 Workshop Technology (RIT)

(R893)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/2ihy0rlc01gx/n/IMT_Heat_Workshop_11_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

42-58

Materials

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

59-92

Workshop

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

93-111

Metallurgy

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

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PC 6-Certificate in Welding

Welding.mp4 (0.68MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4siqo3334ce7/n/Welding.mp4

 

Welding 2.mp4 (89.19MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1kca9p5e5zpz/n/Welding_2.mp4

 

(R823)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/43gv18ci0gcf/n/EE602_Welding_and_machining_8_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-90

Welding

Mechanical Engineering

 

(R824)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/ngzp09kg9ot/n/EE602_Welding_and_machining_9_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-141

Welding

Mechanical Engineering

 

(R825)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/6002tx3yif2j/n/EE602_Welding_and_machining_10_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-101

Welding

Mechanical Engineering

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

PC 7-Certificate in Engine Operation & Basic Servicing

 

Engine Operation

Engine Operation.mp4 (2.48MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/7c7tyfzqt9g7/n/Engine_Operation.mp4


Ignition 1.mp4 (25.73MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1umau9pgkjep/n/Ignition_1.mp4


Engine 1.mp4 (2.62MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/20grs6hcn7t9/n/Engine_1.mp4

 

Engine 3.mp4 (53.26MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1zrrpngfhghr/n/Engine_3.mp4

 

Engine 4.mp4 (80.73MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1enccmrgo6tz/n/Engine_4.mp4

 

Engine 5.mp4 (25.59MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5anx4noz7xyf/n/Engine_5.mp4

Steering

Steering.mp4 (5.08MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/7jy5b4zvoetn/n/Steering.mp4

 

Steering 2.mp4 (5.54MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/42a3ssvz9i53/n/Steering_2.mp4

 

Steering 3.mp4 (1.52MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5rtjpowbmgl5/n/Steering_3.mp4

Steering 4.mp4 (109.62MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6ri4hph13i4v/n/Steering_4.mp4

 

Power steering.mp4 (16.56MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6ug9463l8s9b/n/Power_steering.mp4

Power steering1a.mp4 (23.39MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4ppbf27cxcz/n/Power_stering1a.mp4

Power steering 2.mp4 (16.95MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2z20gcls86lp/n/Power_steering_2.mp4

 

Power steering 3.mp4 (56.76MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/7j2tzk9ddx15/n/Power_steering_3.mp4

Engine Pumps

Pump assembly .mp4 (9.39MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/3emhsn647vn3/n/Pump_assembly_.mp4


Oil pump.mp4 (15.13MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2lhq4ipargbt/n/Oil_pump.mp4


Oil pump 1.mp4 (42.18MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5f96vtsko0s1/n/Oil_pump_1.mp4


hydraulic pump assembly.mp4 (80.69MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/77zprzxvfle1/n/hydraulic_pump_assembly.mp4

 

Pump operation.mp4 (12.12MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1oe1cmhinnwt/n/Pump_operation.mp4


Gear box+Clutch

Gear box+Clutch 1.mp4 (35.23MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/12wv73o7diqr/n/Gear_box+Clutch_1.mp4

 

Gear box+Clutch 2.mp4 (38.58MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/7cbvj9rlbxhd/n/Gear_box+Clutch_2.mp4



Engine Maintenance & Assembly

Engine maintenance-Oil changing.mp4 (23.83MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/68omwqhrau0t/n/Engine_maintenance-Oil_changing.mp4


Engine maintenance -Servicing.mp4 (34.51MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2n5uy1ta3ioh/n/Engine_maintenance_-Servicing.mp4

Engine Assembly.mp4 (29.96MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5lrej3xbop4p/n/Engine_Assembly.mp4

Engine Assembly 2.mp4 (25.97MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/115box7eap3h/n/Engine_Assembly_2.mp4

 

Engine assembly 3.mp4 (67.54MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6kl1pcggkej1/n/Engine_assembly_3.mp4

 

Engine Assembly 4.mp4 (124.07MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/62mq0m9ehzhv/n/Engine_Assembly_4.mp4


Compressor

Compressor 1.mp4 (71.09MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1gcvoo8t4b3n/n/Compressor_1.mp4

 

Compressor 2.mp4 (6.76MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1o5vqnjaq2bx/n/Compressor_2.mp4



 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/7asr4tp1r3sr/n/EI_Myanmar_ICS_Marine_Engg_Part_10_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-60

Petrol Engine

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

 (R844)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1y2zj6qczocz/n/GTI_Notes_Part_1_pdf

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-77

Marine Diesel Engine

IMT Marine Engineering

76-106

Theory of Machines

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

107-125

Steam Engines & Boilers

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

 

(R846)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1vwr2z3lmrg9/n/GTI_Notes_Part_3_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-25

Engine

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

26-98

Diesel Engine

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

99-125

Automotive Technology

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

 

 

(R767)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/ze4c3alq2wr/n/CE_ME_Part_5_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

78-100

Pnuematics

Mechanical Engineering

 

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

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C 8-Certificate in Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Basic Servicing



Aircon-Refrigeration 1.mp4 (54.08MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6c2ejd4u10l9/n/Aircon-Refrigeration_1.mp4

Air con+Refrigeration 2.mp4 (130.55MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2stdbbgclp3/n/Air_con+Refrigeration_2.mp4


(R864)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1r1v0xka9qt9/n/ME434_304_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

86-126

Refrigeration

Mechanical Engineering (GTI)

 

(R779)

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1jken9v01229/n/Civil_Engg_Part_6_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-57

Cooling ,Heating, Lighting

Building services

 

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

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Electrical Engineering

 

PC 9-Certificate in Electrical Wiring

 

Wiring Trunking Assembly.mp4 (68.41MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/qc12yb05nv1/n/Wiring_Trunking_Assembly.mp4

Use the fish tape to pull the cable.mp4 (66.25MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/633douc24xe7/n/Use_the_fish_tape_to_pull_the_cable.mp4

UG Conduit installing.mp4 (37.2MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1g511r9glm8t/n/UG_Conduit_installing.mp4


Socket outlet refitting.mp4 (34.4MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1sjlmhsrvro1/n/Socket_outlet_refitting.mp4


Pulling cable 1.mp4 (54.81MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/17vp65ypsirj/n/Pulling_cable_1.mp4

Pulling cable .mp4 (54.81MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/wca8oavoppz/n/Pulling_cable_.mp4

 

Installing EMT+MC Cable 1.mp4 (133.85MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/61fff5q2jv33/n/Installing_EMT+MC_Cable_1.mp4


Installing EMT+MC Cable 2.mp4 (9.7MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/68b5xiakqibf/n/Installing_EMT+MC_Cable_2.mp4

 

Main switch board & socket outlet demo.mp4 (7.89MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/j8xe0bc8scl/n/Main_switch_board_&_socket_outlet_demo.mp4

Main switch board & socket outlet demo 2.mp4 (0.17MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2ox3yuai0f3t/n/Main_switch_board_&_socket_outlet_demo_2.mp4

Installing feeder wire from main busbar.mp4 (39.63MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2mzse07ajbs5/n/Installing_feeder_wire_from_main_busbar.mp4

Installing feeder wire from main busbar 1.mp4 (16.53MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6c6l4j43fq3h/n/Installing_feeder_wire_from_main_busbar_1.mp4

Install a sub panel.mp4 (165.11MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/78cij0a9xfaz/n/Install_a_sub_panel.mp4

 

Data cabling.mp4 (56.01MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/nhx1jss6s2v/n/Data_cabling.mp4

Dimmer light installation.mp4 (17.73MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/py8kl178bb5/n/Dimmer_light_installation.mp4

 

(R855)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/6fls6bjgk289/n/GTI_Notes_Part_12_pdf

Page

Contents

Unit Code

55-84

Electrical Wiring

Electrical Engineering (GTI)

91-110

Electrical Wiring

Electrical Engineering (GTI)

111-123

Wiring Rules

Electrical Engineering (GTI)

 

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

PC 10-Certificate in Electrical Machine Winding

Three Phase motor operation.mp4 (26.73MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/63dp8rzwhimz/n/Three_Phase_motor_operation.mp4

 

Transformer Coil Winding.mp4 (63.05MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4m6361gl8hl1/n/Transformer_Coil_Winding.mp4

 

Removing the motor winding.mp4 (54.23MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1syreiox4wgf/n/Removing_the_motor_winding.mp4


Motor Winding.mp4 (15.89MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4pmvtsi17vg9/n/Motor_Winding.mp4


Motor manufacturing.mp4 (34.52MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/2cih4cdsnltr/n/Motor_manufacturing.mp4


Fitting the motor winding in motor production factory.mp4 (70.1MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/4hsyf1n6wrjz/n/Fitting_the_motor_winding_in_motor_production_factory.mp4



Coil winding manufacturing.mp4 (29.84MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/3f0ffbncxzt5/n/Coil_winding_manufacturing.mp4

 

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/76o9ifb6f2jj/n/EI_Myanmar_ICS_Marine_Engg_Part_8_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-6

Electric Motor Control

Electrical power Engineering (GTI)

 

 

 

(R842B)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1xit82l0aj2d/n/EI_Myanmar_ICS_Marine_Engg_Part_9_pdf

 

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-117

Electric Motor Control

Electrical power Engineering (GTI)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/7asr4tp1r3sr/n/EI_Myanmar_ICS_Marine_Engg_Part_10_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

 

 

 

61-70

Electric Motor control

Electrical Power Engineering (GTI)

(R850)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/2h32r39ll501/n/ICS_GTI_Notes_7_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-96

Motor Repair

Electrical Engineering (GTI)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1yrxcifzfecf/n/GTI_Notes_Part_9_pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

All

Electric Motor repair

Electrical Engineering (GTI)

 

R870)

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/1mch26wp0kpj/ICS+GTI_Notes_6.pdf

 

Page

Contents

Unit Code

1-46

Transformer Design

Electrical Engineering

Certificate of Attendance in Electronic Format will be issued upon filling & returning the following form

www.highlightcomputer.com/RequestingCertificateOfAttendance.doc

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

PC 11-Certificate in Electrical Power Wiring & Switch Gear Installation

 

Circuit Breakers & Switch Boards

 

Switch board Circuit breaker Installation 3.mp4 (33.81MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/wagt5a5bjjz/n/Switch_board_Circuit_breaker_Installation_3.mp4

Switch board Circuit breaker Installation 2.mp4 (0.39MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/353v5nppktwf/n/Switch_board_Circuit_breaker_Installation_2.mp4

Switch board Circuit breaker Installation 1.mp4 (167.18MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/1avuobq7fh9z/n/Switch_board_Circuit_breaker_Installation_1.mp4


Removal of link to disconnecting circuit breaker 132KV.mp4 (108.08MB)
http://www.filefactory.com/file/6d0xw9fdrpvr/n/Removal_of_link_to_disconnecting_circuit_breaker_132KV.mp4