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Fluid Mechanics
This course introduces fluid mechanics for civil engineering students. main topics include: Properties of fluids, Statics of fluids, dynamics of fluids, system and control volume, continuity equations, Bernoulli and energy equations with applications, momentum equations with applications, dimensional analysis and dynamic similitude, viscosity impact, laminar flow through tubes, hydraulic and energy grade lines, turbulent flow in pressure conduits and in open channels, steady incompressible flow through simple pipes.
2011/2012; 2015/2016-2019/2020
Sanitary Engineering
This course introduces Sanitary Engineering for civil engineering students. Main topics include: Sources of wastewater; quantity and type of wastewater; Physical, chemical and biological water quality parameters; Reactors and Reactor engineering; Unit operations and processes, Basics in water and wastewater engineering design; Primary and secondary treatment containing activated sludge and natural technique, treatment of sludge aerobically and an-aerobically, methods of treated water; disposal and reuse, hydraulics of sewage systems and the principles of design; water quality in the distribution systems
2011/2012; 2015/2016-2016/2020
Hydraulic and Hydrology
Hydraulics of pipe networks, analysis and design. Pumps and turbines, Open channel flow, Flow measurements. Hydraulic structures. Hydraulic modeling. , Groundwater Hydrology, Hydrologic cycle, Precipitation, Rainfall-Runoff analysis, Unit Hydrograph, Ground water flow, Hydraulic of GW wells
Solid Waste Management
Introduction to solid waste management, solid waste properties, sources of solid waste, engineering design, planning, and analysis problems associated with storage, collection, processing, and disposal of solid wastes.
Industrial Safety Engineering 
Introduction to industrial safety principles, toxicology, hazardous waste operation and emergency response, personal protective equipments, confined space work practices, site characterization, decontamination, site safety and health plans, hazardous sample handling and labeling.   
Introduction to Environmental Engineering
Quantities and units; environmental systems and transformation processes; material balance relationships and reactor concepts; energy fundamentals; thermodynamics and equilibrium constants; environmental chemistry: stoichiometry, chemical equilibria, and organic chemistry; transport processes; interphase mass transfer; interphase partition phenomena: fugacity and mass transfer; water pollution; air pollution; basic environmental microbiology; mathematics of growth  
2011/2012; 2018/2019-2020/2021
Contaminated Land
This course introduces the following subjects: definition and origin of contaminated land, chemistry for contaminated land, substance transport, risk-based approach to contaminated land, legal framework governing contaminated land, traditional and more recent innovative techniques for the remediation of contaminated sites, application of current tools and guidelines in the design of a site investigation for a real contaminated land site 
Environmental Engineering Lab
This Lab course is planned to cover the practical side for determination of water quality parameters taught in environmental engineering course via conducting a series of laboratory experiments including, Solids determination, Spectrophotometry and Beer’s law, pH, Electrical conductivity (EC), Total dissolved solids (TDS), Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Turbidity determination, Acid –Base titration, Alkalinity determination, Determination of water hardness, Coliform bacteria, Biological oxygen demand (BOD), Chemical oxygen demand (COD), and chlorine residual