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per week)

1 I 23.5 19.75

II 22.5 18.75

2 I 28.0 23.50

II 24.0 19.50

3 I 25.5 20.25

II 24.5* 21.50

4 I 25.5 21.00

II 20.5 17.75

TOTAL = 162.00

PERCENTAGE

(%)

PHYSICS 4.50 2.80

CHEMISTRY 7.50 4.67

MATHEMATICS 14.00 8.72

HUMANITIES 8.00 4.98

PETROLEUM AND MINING 92.00 57.32

ENGINEERING

RELATED ENGINEERING## 36.00 22.40

TOTAL 162.00 100

AND ELECTRONICS ENGINERING, AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–1 (TERM-I)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 Chem171 Basic General Chemistry 3 3

2 Hum 171 Fundamental English and 3 3

Communication Skills

3 Math 171 Differential and Integral Calculus 3 3

4 PME 151 Geology for Mining and Petroleum 3 3

Engineers

5 PME 153 Introduction to Petroleum and 4 4

Mining Engineering

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 ME 178 Engineering Drawing 3 1.5

7 PME 176 Workshop Practice 3 1.5

8 PME 152 Geology Laboratory 1.5 0.75

23.5 19.75

Contact Hours: 16 (Theo.) + 7.5 (Lab.) = 23.5 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 5

Total Credits = 19.75 No. of Laboratory Courses = 3

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–1 (TERM-II)

Sl. Course Course Title Contact Credits

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 Chem 173 Petroleum Chemistry 3 3

2 Hum 173 Economics 2 2

3 Math 173 Differential Equation and Vector 4 4

Calculus

4 Phy 171 Physics 3 3

5 PME 111 Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 Chem172 Chemistry Laboratory 3 1.5

7 Phy 172 Physics Laboratory 3 1.5

8 PME 112 Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties 1.5 0.75

Laboratory

22.5 18.75

Contact Hours: 15 (Theo.) + 7.5 (Lab.) = 22.5 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 5

Total Credits = 18.75 No. of Laboratory Courses = 3

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–2 (TERM-I)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 EEE 271 Fundamentals of Electrical 3 3

Engineering

2 Hum 271 Sociology and Technology 3 3

3 Math 271 Operational Calculus and Numerical 4 4

Analysis

4 ME 271 Engineering Mechanics 3 3

5 ME 273 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 3

6 PME 261 Rock Mechanics 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

7 EEE 272 Fundamentals of Electrical 3 1.5

Engineering Laboratory

8 ME 272 Engineering Mechanics Laboratory 3 1.5

9 ME 274 Engineering Thermodynamics 1.5 0.75

Laboratory

10 PME 262 Rock Mechanics Laboratory 1.5 0.75

28 23.5

Contact Hours: 19 (Theo.) + 9 (Lab.) = 28 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 6

Total Credits = 23.5 No. of Laboratory Courses = 4

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–2 (TERM-II)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 CSE 271 Introduction to Computer 3 3

Programming

2 Math 273 Engineering Statistics 3 3

3 ME 275 Fluid Mechanics 3 3

4 ME 277 Strength of Materials 3 3

5 PME 263 Mine Surveying 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 CSE 272 Introduction to Computer 3 1.5

Programming Laboratory

7 ME 276 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory 1.5 0.75

8 ME 278 Strength of Materials Laboratory 1.5 0.75

9 PME 264 Mine Surveying Laboratory 3 1.5

24 19.5

Contact Hours: 15 (Theo.) + 9 (Lab.) = 24 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 5

Total Credits = 19.5 No. of Laboratory Courses = 4

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–3 (TERM-I)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 EEE 371 Electrical and Electronic 3 3

Engineering

2 PME 311 Reservoir Engineering 3 3

3 PME 313 Well Logging and Formation 3 3

Evaluation

4 PME 315 Drilling Engineering 3 3

5 PME 361 Minerals Processing 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 EEE 372 Electrical and Electronic 3 1.5

Engineering Laboratory

7 PME 314 Well Logging Laboratory 1.5 0.75

8 PME 334 Drilling Fluids Laboratory 3 1.5

9 PME 362 Minerals Processing Laboratory 3 1.5

25.5 20.25

Contact Hours: 15 (Theo.) + 10.5 (Lab.) = 25.5 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 5

Total Credits = 20.25 No. of Laboratory Courses = 4

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–3 (TERM-II)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 ME 317 Heat and Mass Transfer 3 3

2 PME 321 Petroleum Production Engineering 3 3

3 PME 323 Natural Gas Engineering 3 3

4 PME 325 Petroleum Refining Technology 2 2

5 PME 363 Mining Systems 3 3

6 PME 365 Shaft Sinking and Tunneling 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

7 ME 318 Heat Transfer Laboratory 1.5 0.75

8 PME 324 Natural Gas Engineering Laboratory 3 1.50

9 PME 364 Mining Systems Laboratory 1.5 0.75

10 PME 352 Computational Laboratory 1.5 0.75

11 PME 354 Field Work/ Industrial Training * 0.75

24.5 21.50

Contact Hours: 17 (Theo.) + 7.5 (Lab.) = 24.5 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 6

Total Credits = 21.50 *Excluding field work/Industrial Training No. of Laboratory Courses = 5

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–4 (TERM-I)

Sl. Course Course Title Contact Credits

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 PME 411 Well Test Analysis 3 3

2 PME 413 Reservoir Modeling and Simulation 3 3

3 PME 461 Mine Ventilation and Environmental 3 3

Engineering

4 PME 463 Mine Planning and Design 3 3

5 PME 465 Rock Blasting and Explosive 3 3

Technology

6 PME 451 Health , Safety and Environment in 3 3

Petroleum and Mining Industries

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

7 PME 400 Project / Thesis- Part: I 1.5 0.75

8 PME 416 Reservoir Modeling and Simulation 1.5 0.75

Laboratory

9 PME 462 Mine Ventilation and Environmental 3 1.5

Engineering Laboratory

24 21.00

Contact Hours: 18 (Theo.) +6 (Lab.) = 24 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 6

Total Credits = 21 . No. of Laboratory Courses = 3

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–4 (TERM-II)

Sl. Course Course Title Contact Credits

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 PME 453 Evaluation and Management of 4 4

Petroleum and Mining Projects

2 PME 421 Transmission and Distribution of 3 3

Natural Gas

3 PME 423 Enhanced Oil Recovery Techniques 2 2

4 PME 467 Ground Water Managements in Mining 2 2

5 PME 469 Mine Haulage and Transportation 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 PME 422 Transmission and Distribution of 1.5 0.75

Natural Gas Laboratory

7 PME 472 Mine Instrumentation and 1.5 0.75

Machineries Laboratory

8 PME 400 Project /Thesis- Part: II 5 2.25

22 17.75

Total Credits = 22 No. of Laboratory Courses = 3

…………..

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–1 (TERM-I)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 Chem 171 Basic General Chemistry 3 3

2 Hum 171 Fundamental English and 3 3

Communication Skills

3 Math 171 Differential and Integral Calculus 3 3

4 PME 151 Geology for Mining and Petroleum 3 3

Engineers

5 PME 153 Introduction to Petroleum and 4 4

Mining Engineering

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 ME 178 Engineering Drawing 3 1.5

7 PME 176 Workshop Practice 3 1.5

8 PME 152 Geology Laboratory 1.5 0.75

23.5 19.75

Contact Hours: 16 (Theo.) + 7.5 (Lab.) = 23.5 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 5

Total Credits = 19.75 No. of Laboratory Courses = 3

COURSE CONTENT

No. of

Lectures

BASIC GENERAL CHEMISTRY(CHEM 171) 39

3 credit, 3 periods/week

Atomic Structure: The structure of atom, Nuclear charge and atomic number, Rutherford’s nuclear 5

model of atom, Bohr’s model, Quantum number, Electronic configuration of elements, Pauli’s

exclusion principle, Hund’s rule.

Periodic Classification of Elements: Periodic Table, Modern Periodic law, Ionization potential, 5

Electron affinity, Electro negativity, Position of hydrogen, Inert gases, Lanthanides and Actinides in

the Periodic table, Properties of different types of elements in the light of electronic configuration.

Chemical Bonds: Electronic theory of valances, Different types of bonds, Ionic bonds, Covalent 5

bonds, Co-ordination bonds, Metallic bonds and Hydrogen bonds, Hybridization, Hybridization of

atomic orbital.

Acids and Bases: Arrhenius concept, Bronsted-Lowery concept, Lewis concept, dissociation 4

constant, pH, buffer solution etc., Acid-base indicators.

Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics: Chemical equilibrium and Equilibrium Constants, Law of 8

mass-action, Units of equilibrium constants, Application of law of mass-action to Homogeneous and

Heterogeneous Equilibrium, Le-Chotelier Principle, Determinations of Kip, Koch, Rate of reaction,

Order and Molecular of reactions, Rate Equations for First, Second and Third order reactions, Chain

reactions, Determination of order and rate constant of reaction, Collision theory of reaction rates,

Theory of animalcular reactions.

Oxidation and Reduction Reactions: Definitions, Oxidation state and Oxidation number, 5

Balancing of oxidation reduction equation, Equivalent weight of oxidizing and reducing agents.

Electrochemistry: Electrochemical cell, Electrode potential, Oxidation-reduction potential e.g. of 7

cell, Reversible and Irreversible cell, Reversible electrodes, Application, Measurements,

Concentration cell, Determination of activity and activity coefficient.

No. of

Lectures

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

3 credit, 3 periods/week

Grammar: Sentence analysis- Sentence structure and Clause, Negation, Passivization, Grammatical 5

errors, Punctuation.

Listening Skill: The Phonetic system and correct English pronunciation. 6

Speaking Skill: Effective oral presentation, Study of manners, Introducing yourself and others, 7

Group discussion.

Reading Skill: Reading selected stories from Rabindranath Tagore, Somerset Maugham, Guy de 8

Maupassant, Saki and O’Henry.

Writing Skill: Paragraph, Amplification and Précis writing, Business communication. Report 13

writing- Purposes and various elements of a Report. Writing Research Paper and Thesis- Selecting

a Topic and Forming Thesis Sentence, Narrowing Topic and Planning, Research Methods,

Collecting Data, Designing a Questionnaire, Data Analysis, Presenting Research Results,

Organizing the Research Paper, Research Paper Writing, Documentation– APA and MLA Styles.

Preparing Resumes and Job Letters, Applications, Dialogue.

3 credit, 3 periods/week

Differentiation, Successive differentiation, Leibnitz’s theorem. General theorem: Rolle’s theorem,

Mean value theorem, Taylor’s theorem. Indeterminate form, Partial derivatives and its geometrical

interpretation, Euler’s theorem of homogeneous functions, Maxima and minima of functions of

several variables, Language’s method of multipliers. Tangent and normal, Curvature.

Integral Calculus: Various types of indefinite integral, Definite integral as a limit of a sum, 12

Fundamental properties and geometrical interpretation of definite integral, Beta and Gamma

functions and their elementary properties, More reduction formula, Computation of area, Volume of

a surface, Multiple integrals, Improper integral and their convergences.

Two Dimensional Geometry: Transformation of co-ordinates, pair of straight lines, General 10

equation of second degree, Circle.

3 credit, 3 periods/week

geology; Petroleum system; Source of petroleum; Petroleum formation.

Regional Geology: Structure of earth, Plate tectonic theory and plate boundaries; Geologic time; 6

Faults and Anticlines; Overview of geologic features on a regional to global scale incorporating data

and concepts from plate tectonics, Stratigraphy, Palaeontology; Igneous, Metamorphic and

sedimentary petrology. Synthesis of the geologic history of a large area.

Rocks: Classification of rock; Igneous rock; Sedimentary rock; Clastic sedimentary rocks, 9

Conglomerate, Shale, Clays, Bentonite, Chemical sedimentary rocks, Organic sedimentary;

Metamorphic rock; Rock cycle; Kerogen types and their significance; Maturity indicators; Reservoir

Rocks; Traps; Seals; Trap types. Sedimentary geology of reservoir rocks; Salt domes.

Mineral Deposit: Origin of minerals, Classifications, Physical and chemical properties of minerals; 5

Mode of occurrence, Distribution, Genesis, Evaluation and exploration for metallic and industrial

mineral deposits.

No. of

Lectures

Surface Processes: Erosion, Running and underground water, Transportation, Deposition. 8

Geological work of wind, running water, subsurface water, oceans and seas etc.; Earthquakes; River

flooding; Coastal hazards; Mineral resources and environment; Energy and environment.

Exploration Methods: Subsurface geological cross sections and maps; Seismology and seismic 10

surveying; Gravity and magnetic surveying; Origin, composition and distribution of coal deposits.

Methods of coal exploration.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

(PME 153)

4 credit, 4 periods/week

Petroleum origin and composition; history of petroleum in Bangladesh. Petroleum migration and 16

accumulation; traps; physical properties of petroleum; petroleum exploration methods.

Drilling: Drilling methods; Rotary drilling: power system, hoisting system, rotary system, 10

circulating system. Directional drilling. Drilling fluids.

Roles and responsibility of mining engineers. Basic understanding of underground and open-pit 26

mining methods. Interaction of mining with the environment. Basic of mine ventilation, explosives,

blasting etc. Safety and risk management of the mine.

1.5 credit, 3 periods/week

Fundamental Concepts: Views; Projections: First angle, Third angle; Generation of views of solid 6 weeks

bodies in different planes, Sectional views, Auxiliary views, Isometric views, Dimensioning, Basic

concept of working drawing.

AutoCAD: Importance to design and drafting, Setting up a drawing: starting AutoCAD, menu, 6 weeks

planning for a drawing, basic commands, making a simple 2-D drawing, layers, object snap, poly

lines and other features, file handling and display control, editing and dimensioning.

Quiz and viva. 1 week

WORKSHOP PRACTICE (PME 176) 13 weeks

1.5 credit, 3 periods/week

Sheet Metal: Shop safety practice, Identification of different types of sheets/plates, e.g. CI, GI, MS, 2 weeks

GP sheet etc. with commercial specification. Acquaintance with sheet metal working tools,

machines and measuring instruments. Practice jobs on sheet metal (development of cones, bends,

ducts etc.,

Machine and Fitting Shop: Shop safety practices, Acquaintance with tools used in fitting shop, e.g. 6 weeks

Marking, Holding, Chiseling, Filing, Sawing etc. Tools, Practical jobs on the use of tools, Use of

taps and dies. Acquaintance with different cutting tools and machine tools, Operation and

maintenance of different machine tools, Practical jobs on: plain and taper turning, thread cutting,

doing jobs by using shaper, milling, drilling and grinding machines.

Welding: Shop safety practice, Acquaintance with arc and gas welding tools, machines, electrodes, 2 weeks

gas cylinders, their identification, types of gas flames, job preparation for welding. Practice on gas,

arc welding and gas cutting of MS sheets and plates, soldering and brazing practices, study of

welding defects.

Foundry: Shop safety practice, Acquaintance with foundry tools and equipments, introduction on 2 weeks

foundry: molding, casting, pattern, core, bench, practice on simple bench or floor molding with solid

and split pattern in green sand with and without cores, preparation of molding sand and core,

preparation of mold, casting, study of defects in casting.

Quiz and viva. 1 week

0.75 credit, 1.5 periods/week

Lab work: Rocks identification and properties of rocks (igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic); 6 weeks

sandstone environments, carbonate environments. Study and identification of Reservoir rock

samples. Analysis and interpretation of surface and subsurface maps.

Multimedia Presentation: An overview of reservoir and salt domes in different areas of the worlds

(especially Bangladesh).

Field Work: GPS familiarization. Visiting Hill areas (Anticlines). Observation of rock layers

sedimentation.

Quiz and viva. ½ week

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–1 (TERM-II)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 Chem 173 Petroleum Chemistry 3 3

2 Hum 173 Economics 2 2

3 Math 173 Differential Equation and Vector 4 4

Calculus

4 Phy 171 Physics 3 3

5 PME 111 Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 Chem 172 Chemistry Laboratory 3 1.5

7 Phy 172 Physics Laboratory 3 1.5

8 PME 112 Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties 1.5 0.75

Laboratory

22.5 18.75

Contact Hours: 15 (Theo.) + 7.5 (Lab.) = 22.5 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 5

Total Credits = 18.75 No. of Laboratory Courses = 3

COURSE CONTENT

No. of

Lectures

PETROLEUM CHEMISTRY(CHEM 173) 39

3 credit, 3 periods/week

and production theory and technology of primary and secondary petroleum refining process and

distillation of crude oil; Products from petroleum distillations, their characterization and uses,

Cracking of petroleum, Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosene, Antiknock motor fuels, Aviation fuel,

Lubricating fuel. Octane number and cetane number of liquid fuels, Production of high octane fuel

by alkylation’s Chemical treatment given to petroleum products, Purification of petroleum products,

additives for petroleum fraction, Petroleum wax and petroleum coke, their manufacture and uses.

Aliphatic Compounds: Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes, Aliphatic halides, Alcohols, Thioalcohols, 6

Ether and epoxides, Carbonyl compounds, Carboxylic acid and their derivatives, Amines, Amides

and keto acids.

Alicyclic Compounds: Nomenclature, Preparation, Properties, Stability, Conformations of 6

cyclohexanes and its derivatives, Factors affection the stability of conformations, Conformations of

ethane, propane, n-butane cyclohexane and their derivatives.

Aromatic Compounds: Introduction, Nomenclature and classification of aromatic compounds, 9

Source of aromatic compounds, Structure of benzene, Aromatic electrophilic and nucleophilic

substitution, Reaction, Orientation in aromatic disubstitution; General chemistry of aromatic halides,

sulphuric acids, amines amides and nitro compounds; Phenols and carboxylic and carbonyl

compounds and Polynuclear aromatic compounds.

Organic Reaction Mechanism: Mechanisms of selected organic, bio-organic, polymerization and 5

catalytic reactions.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

No. of

Lectures

ECONOMICS(HUM 173) 26

2 credit, 2 periods/week

Basic: Definition and scope of economics, Market economy and mixed economy, Demand and 14

supply and their elasticity, Market equilibrium. Consumer behavior and producer behavior, Cost and

revenue theory. Price theory under different marker structure. GNP, GDP, Investment, Inflation,

Unemployment, Monetary policy and Fiscal policy. Development problems related to agriculture,

industry and population of Bangladesh.

Resource Economics: Introduction, A resource taxonomy, Efficient inter-temporal allocations, The 6

allocation over N periods, Transition to a renewable substitution, Exploration and technological

progress, Market allocations, Appropriate property rights structures, Environmental costs.

Energy: Introduction, Natural Gas: Price control; Oil: The Cartel problem; Price elasticity of 6

demand, Income elasticity of demand, Non OPEC suppliers-Compatibility of member interests,

Fuels: Environmental problems, Conversion and load management, The long run issues.

4 credit, 4 periods/week

order differential equation using various methods, Higher order differential equation with constant

co-efficient, Method of undetermined coefficient and variations of parameters. Solution of DE in

series by the method of Frobenious. Special functions: Bessel’s and Lengedre’s functions and their

applications.

Partial Differentiation Equation (PDE): Linear and non-linear PDE of first order, Linear PDE 8

with constant and variable coefficients, Boundary value problems (BVP): Wave and heat transfer

equations.

Three Dimensional Geometry: Rectangular co-ordinates: Distance between two points, Direction 14

cosines, Direction ratio’s, Angle between two lines, Projection. The plane: Angle between two

planes, Condition for perpendicularity and parallelism of two planes. The Straight line, Sphere.

Vector Calculus: Scalar and vector fields, gradient of a scalar field, divergence and curl of a vector 12

field, Vector differentiation, , Line, Surface and Volume integrals, Green’s theorem (for a plane),

stokes theorem, Gauss’s theorem of divergence, curvilinear co-ordinates and engineering

applications.

PHYSICS(PHY 171) 39

3 credit, 3 periods/week

Waves and Oscillations: Differential equation of simple harmonic motion, Total energy and 11

average energy: Calculation and graphical representation. Lissajous’s figures, Spring-mass system;

Overview of damped and forced oscillations, Longitudinal and transverse wave, Phase velocity,

Superposition wave packets and group velocity. Electromagnetic waves: Maxwell’s equations,

Wave equation, Plane electromagnetic waves, Energy-momentum, Electromagnetic Waves in

conductors, skin depth.

Crystallography: Crystalline and non-crystalline solids, Single–crystal and polycrystalline solids, 6

Lattice, Basis, Unit cell, Basis vector and translation vector, Crystal systems, Packing fraction and

its calculations, NaCI and CsCl structure, Crystal planes and directions, Miller indices, Relation

between inter-planar spacing and Miller indices, Bragg’s law and crystal defects.

Optics: Interference: Introduction, Sinusoidal waves, Superposition of Waves, Theory of 12

Interference; Analytical treatment for intensity distribution, Condition for maxima and minima,

Wedge shaped films; Young’s double slit experiment: Description, Calculation for interference

fringes; Interference in thin films: interference due to reflected light; Analytical treatment. Newton’s

ring and its applications. Diffraction: Diffraction of light waves, Fraunhofer diffraction at a single

No. of

Lectures

slit, double slit Fraunhofer Diffraction Pattern, N-slit Fraunhofer Diffraction Pattern, Diffraction

grating, Resolving power. Polarization: Polarization of light, Production of polarized light, Types of

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

polarization and their representation, Malus’ law, Brewster’s law; Polarizer and analyzer, Double

refraction, Interference of Polarized light: Quarter wave plates and Half wave plates, Optical

activity.

Wave Mechanics: Failure of classical physics, de Broglie waves, Uncertainty principle, Wave 10

function and Schrödinger equation, Probability interpretation. Introduction to potential barrier and

quantum tunneling, Potential well, Qualitative summary of simple harmonic oscillator and hydrogen

atom.

3 credit, 3 periods/week

Introduction: An introduction to important concepts of rock, fluid and fluid flow in hydrocarbon 1

reservoirs.

Reservoir Fluid Properties: Density, Viscosity, Compressibility, Critical properties; Behavior of 8

gases; Phase behavior of liquids; Phase behavior of hydrocarbon systems; Reservoir fluid

characteristics.

Reservoir rock properties: Porosity, Factors which effect porosity, Methods of determining values 25

of porosity; Permeability, Relative permeability, Horizontal and vertical permeability, Two-phase

Relative permeability; Rock compressibility; Acoustic properties of rocks; Electrical properties of

rock, Resistivity index; Darcy’s equation, Application of Darcy’s equation; Fluid saturations, Rock

fluid interactions, Evaluation of Carman-Kozeny equation, the Klinkenberg correction , Porosity-

permeability relationship, Parameters effect effective permeability, Saturation of oil, water and gas,

Capillary pressure, Wettability, Capillarity, Effect on fluid distributions. Capillary pressure,

Measurement of capillary pressure. Pore size distribution, Significance in fluid distribution,

Laboratory methods for relative permeability determination.

Oil Field Formation Waters: General chemical composition; Importance in reservoir 5

characterization; Properties; Formation volume factor for water; Gas solubility; Cause of hydrate

formation.

1.5 credit, 3 periods/week

Qualitative Analysis: 3 weeks

i) Identification of functional group of organic compounds.

ii) Presence of N, S and halogens in organic compounds.

Quantitative Chemical Analysis: Estimation of Zinc and copper from analysis of brass. 3 weeks

Compleximetric Titration: Determination of Nichel and sulphet by compleximetric titration. 3 weeks

Analysis of Fats and Oils: 3 weeks

i) Iodine value (IV)

ii) Safonification value (SV)

iii) Acid value (AV)

Quiz and viva. 1 week

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Quiz and viva. 1 week

No. of

Lectures

RESERVOIR ROCK AND FLUID PROPERTIES LABORATORY(PME 112) 6½ weeks

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

Fluid Properties: Surface tension, Density of liquid, Viscosity of a liquid, Vapor pressure of a 3 weeks

liquid.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

Rock Properties: Determination of porosity, Gas permeability, Porosity and pore size distribution, 3 weeks

Absolute permeability.

Sample preparation, Coring, Cutting, Polishing, inventory, Orientation, and dimensioning.

Water content determination (saturation)

Specific gravity of soil solids

Developing data analysis skills related to porosity and permeability.

Quiz and viva. ½ week

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–2 (TERM-I)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 EEE 271 Fundamentals of Electrical 3 3

Engineering

2 Hum 271 Sociology and Technology 3 3

3 Math 271 Operational Calculus and Numerical 4 4

Analysis

4 ME 271 Engineering Mechanics 3 3

5 ME 273 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 3

6 PME 261 Rock Mechanics 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

7 EEE 272 Fundamentals of Electrical 3 1.5

Engineering Laboratory

8 ME 272 Engineering Mechanics Laboratory 3 1.5

9 ME 274 Engineering Thermodynamics 1.5 0.75

Laboratory

10 PME 262 Rock Mechanics Laboratory 1.5 0.75

28 23.5

Contact Hours: 19 (Theo.) + 9 (Lab.) = 28 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 6

Total Credits = 23.5 No. of Laboratory Courses = 4

COURSE CONTENT

No. of

Lectures

FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING(EEE 271) 39

3 credit, 3 period/week

Transmission and distribution via overhead lines and underground cables; Steam, Hydel, Gas and

Nuclear power generation.

DC Networks: Kickoff’s laws, Node voltage and mesh current methods, Delta-star and star-delta 8

conversion, Superposition principle, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems.

Single Phase AC Circuits: Single phase EMF generation, average and effective values of sinusoids, 11

solution of R,L,C series circuits, the j operator, complex representation of impedances phasor

diagram, power factor, power in complex notation, solution of parallel and series-parallel circuits.

Three Phase AC Circuits: Three phase EME generation, delta and Y-connections, line and phase 5

quantities, solution of three phase circuits, balanced supply voltage and balanced load, phasor

diagram, measurement of power in thee phase circuits, Three phase four wire circuits.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

Magnetic Circuits: Ampere’s circuital law, B-H curve, Solution of magnetic circuits, Hysteresis 5

and eddy current losses, Relays, an application of magnetic force, Basic principles of stepper motor.

Electrical Measuring Instruments: DC PMMC instruments, Shunt and multipliers, Multimeters, 6

Moving iron ammeters and voltmeters, Dynamometers, Wattmeter, AC watthour meter, Extension

of instrument ranges.

No. of

Lectures

SOCIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY(HUM 271) 39

3 credit, 3 period/week

Emergence and Early Development of Sociology: History and Scope of Sociology. Sociological 5

Perspective-Three major perspectives. Social forces in the development of sociology: French

revolution, industrial revolution and the rise of capitalism. Development of sociology in

Bangladesh.

Sociological Research Methods: Sociology as science, Scientific method for sociology, Basic 5

sociological research concepts. Ethics in sociological research.

Societies, Culture and Environment: Culture: Concept, Elements, and Types, Cultural lag, 8

Culture’s roots, Diversity of cultures, Subculture, Counter-culture, Cultural conflict, Nature and

culture. Societies: Society as a subjunctive reality, The individual and the society. Types of society:

From hunting-gathering to post-modern society. Tribal societies in Bangladesh and their social

development, Rural-urban family structure. Environment: The ideology of environmental

domination, The human nature of nature, The encounter of development and environment-

sustainability, Climate change and vulnerability of Bangladesh.

Socialization Process, Education and Personality: Meaning of socialization; Socialization agents: 7

Family, School, Gang, Mass media etc. Personality, Personality traits, Development of personality,

Type A behavior pattern, Hostility, Modification of hostility. Educational Institute in contemporary

society, Education and social control, The educational system’s functions, Education and gender.

Social Stratification and Work Division: Work and work division, Theory of classes and class 7

stratification. Class, Status and Power, Lifestyle and Social mobility. Companies and organization in

the digital era, Environment and engineering psychology–Fatigue, Job analysis, Pros and cons of

bureaucracy. Leadership and group dynamic, Work organization in the company, Taylorism,

Fordism, Post-Fordism, Toyotism; Unemployment: Social characteristics and problems.

Globalization, Sustainability Concept: Understanding the concept of sustainability and its degree 7

in the development of Bangladesh, Ecological footprint, Sustainable consumption. Impact of

globalization on poor, Supporting rural development and natural resources, Consequences of mining

and excessive energy uses on the climate change.

4 credit, 4 period/week

Matrix: Rank and inverse of a matrix, Solution of system of linear equations, Consistency 7

conditions, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Cayley-Hamilton theorem, Quadratic form.

Complex Variable: Limit, Continuity and differentiability, Analytic of functions, Cauchy Riemann 3

equations, Power series, Taylor series, Laurent series.

Fourier Analysis: Fourier series, Fourier integral, Fourier transform, Inverse Fourier Transform 9

and their Engineering applications.

Laplace Transform(LT): Introduction, Laplace transform, Properties of Laplace transform, Inverse 9

Laplace transforms, Derivative and Integral of LT., Convolution theorem, Heavisides expansion

formula and their applications to Engineering.

Numerical Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations: Introduction, Bisection 9

method, Method of successive approximations, Newton-Raphson method and its geometrical

interpretation, Convergence condition and rate of convergence of the method. Related engineering

problems. Solution of system of linear equations using direct and iterative method.

Interpolation: Finite differences, Forward and backward differences, Difference table, difference of 15

polynomial. Newton forward and backward interpolation formula, Central and divided differences,

Newton general interpolation formula, Lagrange’s interpolation formula, Numerical differentiation

and integration, Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations: Taylor’s Series method,

Picard’s method, Euler’s method and Runge-kutta method.

No. of

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

Lectures

ENGINEERING MECHANICS(ME 271) 39

3 credit, 3 period/week

Fundamental Concepts: Free body diagram, Concurrent / coplanar / non-coplanar force systems, 1

Resultant of forces, Resolution of forces.

Equilibrium of Particles: Conditions for equilibrium, Moments of force in vector notation, 2

Resultant of force couple system.

Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies: Rectangular components of forces in plane and space, Moment of 3

forces and couples, resolution of a given force or force system into a force and couple, Wrench,

Equivalent force system.

Analysis of Structures: Trusses and frames, Forces in members, Zero force member. 3

Belt, Rope and Chain Drive: Belt: types: Flat and V- belt, Selection, Length of open and cross belt 5

drives, Power transmitted by belt, Ratio of driving tension, Condition for transmission of maximum

power, Rope drive, ratio of driving tensions for rope, Chain drive, Kinematics of chain drive.

Centroid and Center of Gravity: Line, Area, Volume, Composite bodies. Moment of inertia of 3

area, masses; Parallel axis theorem.

Gear Train: Simple and compound gear train, Different types of gear train and their applications. 3

Kinematics of Particles: Rectilinear and curvilinear motion of particles, Position vector, Velocity 3

and acceleration, Derivative of vector functions.

Kinetics of Particles in Two Dimensions: Newton's second law of motion- dynamic equilibrium, 3

angular momentum and its rate of change; motion under a central force.

Energy and Momentum Methods: Principle of work and energy; Conservation of energy; 5

Principle of impulse and momentum; Impulsive motion, Impact, Linear and angular momentum of

system of particles.

Kinetics of Rigid Bodies in Two Dimensions: Translation, rotation about a fixed axis; 4

Absolute/relative velocity and absolute/relative acceleration in plane motion, Instantaneous center of

rotation.

Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies: Equation of motions for a plane body, Angular momentum and its 4

rate of change, D'Alemberts principle; Constrained plane motion; Principle of work and energy;

Conservation of energy and angular momentum; Principle of impulse and momentum.

3 credit, 3 period/week

thermodynamics; Thermodynamic system and control volume; Classes of systems; Thermodynamic

properties, Processes and cycles; Reversible and irreversible processes; Flow and non-flow

processes; Constant volume, Constant pressure, Isothermal, Adiabatic, Polytrophic and isentropic

processes; Thermodynamic equilibrium; Zeroth law of thermodynamics.

First Law of Thermodynamics: The first law of thermodynamics; Non-flow energy equation; 6

Internal energy; Enthalpy; Law of conservation of energy; Corollaries of First Law, Specific heats;

Relation between specific heats; Application of the first law to some common closed system

processes; The first law as applied to open system; steady flow energy equation; applications of the

steady flow energy equation.

Pure Substance: Definition; phase of a pure substance; phase changes; independent properties of a 4

pure substance; p-T, p-v, T-s and h-s diagrams; triple point and critical point; tables of

thermodynamic properties of steam; Mollier Diagram.

Second Law of Thermodynamics: Limitation of the first law of thermodynamics; Heat engines and 4

heat pumps; Corollaries of the 2nd law, Efficiencies of reversible engines, Thermodynamics

temperature scale; Entropy, Temperature-entropy diagrams for gases and vapors, Entropy changes

for a perfect gas undergoing various reversible processes.

No. of

Lectures

Perfect Gas: Equation of state of a perfect gas; Internal energy, enthalpy and specific heat 6

capacities of a perfect gas; Coefficient of volume expansion and isothermal compressibility for a

perfect gas; Various reversible processes undergone by a perfect gas; Perfect gas mixtures;

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

Gibbs-Dalton law; Relations involving pressure, volume and composition, internal energy, enthalpy

and specific heats of mixtures.

Internal Combustion Engines: Introduction of petrol and diesel engines; Working principle of 5

both 4-stroke and 2-stroke engines; Introduction of main parts. Indicated power, brake power and

mechanical efficiency calculations. Air standard Otto and Diesel cycles; p-v and T-s diagrams of

cycles.

Vapor Power Cycles: Vapor power cycle; Rankine cycle; Reheat cycle; calculations of cycle 4

efficiency.

Vapor Compression Refrigeration Systems: Simple vapor compression refrigeration cycle. p-h 4

and T-s diagrams. Actual cycle and its analysis. Study of compressor, condenser, expansion device

and evaporator used in a refrigeration system.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Principles of rock mechanics applied to mining; Ground stresses, strain, rock properties and 39

behavior; Rock mass characteristics; Surface subsidence, Slope stability, Roof control plan; Design

of entry, Pillar, and bolt systems. Stresses around excavations; Convergence and stress

measurements; Laboratory techniques and experiments.

(EEE 272)

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Quiz and viva. 1 week

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Study and experiments on: 6 weeks

i) Resolution and combination of forces

ii) Beams - a) Principle of moments b) The beam balance, c) Levers, d) Beam reactions.

iii) Lifting devices - a) Pulleys, b) Differential wheel and axle, c) Weston differential chain

block.

iv) Belt and chain drives a) Simple belt drives, b) Belt friction

v) Gearing-Simple gear trains.

vi) Crank Mechanism - a) Simple crank Mechanism, b) Quick Return Mechanism.

vii) Potential and kinetic energy

viii) Dynamics of particles.

ix) Flywheel.

x) Journal bearing friction.

xi) Simple and compound Pendulum.

xii) Spring mass system, etc.

Quiz and viva. 1 week

No. of

Lectures

ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS LABORATORY(ME 274) 6½ weeks

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

ii) Determination of specific humidity, relative humidity and dew point.

iii) Use and calibration of speed measuring instruments, wind velocity measuring instruments and

temperature measuring instruments.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

v) Determination of flash point and fire point of diesel and petrol.

vi) Experiments on refrigeration system and air cooler.

Quiz and Viva ½ week

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

Uni-Axial, Tri-Axial stress measurement; Shearing stress, strain measurement, elastic limit, plastic 6 weeks

limit, compression test, cohesion angle measurement, hydrau-static test, etc.

Quiz and viva. ½ week

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–2 (TERM-II)

Sl. Course Course Title Contact Credits

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 CSE 271 Introduction to Computer 3 3

Programming

2 Math 273 Engineering Statistics 3 3

3 ME 275 Fluid Mechanics 3 3

4 ME 277 Strength of Materials 3 3

5 PME 263 Mine Surveying 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 CSE 272 Introduction to Computer 3 1.5

Programming Laboratory

7 ME 276 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory 1.5 0.75

8 ME 278 Strength of Materials Laboratory 1.5 0.75

9 PME 264 Mine Surveying Laboratory 3 1.5

24 19.5

Contact Hours: 15 (Theo.) + 9 (Lab.) = 24 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 5

Total Credits = 19.5 No. of Laboratory Courses = 4

COURSE CONTENT

No. of

Lectures

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING(CSE 271) 39

3 credit, 3 period/week

and functional units; Input, output and memory devices; Keyboard, Mouse, CD ROM, Printers,

Floppy disk, Hard disk, Magnetic tape, etc.

Software and Application: Types of software, System software, Applications software, Operating 12

systems.

High Level Programming Language: Programming algorithms and flow chart. Information 15

representation in digital computers. Elements of computer structures and languages. Principles of

programming, Structured programming and Object oriented programming concepts. Writing,

Debugging and running programs: Variables, Data Types, Operators and Expressions, Control flow,

Procedures and Functions, Arrays, Records, Pointers input/output system, Graphics.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

3 credit, 3 period/week

Theorems on correlations.

Regression Analysis: Linear regression, Equation of the line of regression, Regression co-efficient, 4

Curve fitting, Method of least square.

Probability: Mathematical and statistical definitions, Additive and multiplicative rule of 4

probability, Conditional probability, Baye’s theorem.

No. of

Lectures

Random Variables: Discrete and continuous random variables, Probability mass function, 4

Probability density function, Cumulative distribution functions, Mathematical expectation.

Discrete Probability Distribution: Binomial distribution, Negative binomial distribution, 6

Geometric distribution, Poisson’s distribution.

Continuous Probability Distribution: Normal distribution, Exponential distribution, Chi-square 6

distribution, t and F- distributions.

Sampling Distribution: Population, Sample mean, Sample variance, Central limit theorem, 4

Sampling distribution from a normal population.

Estimation: Point estimation, Interval estimation, Confidence interval, Degrees of freedom, 4

Confidence interval of mean for known and unknown variances.

Test of Hypothesis: Statistical hypothesis, Level of significance, Type I and Type II error, One 4

tailed and two tailed tests, Tests for proportions.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Vapor pressure, Manometers and other pressure measuring devices.

Fluid Statics: Pressure at a point, pressure gradient, Pressure on flat and curved surfaces immersed 4

in fluids, center of pressure. Buoyancy and flotation, Metacentre and metacentric height, Stability of

submerged and floating bodies.

Kinematics of Fluid Flow: Velocity and acceleration of fluid particles, types of fluid flow, systems 7

and control volumes; one and two dimensional flow; continuity equation. Eulers' equation and

Bernoulis' equation. Energy equation with or without losses, comparison of energy equation with

Bernaullis equation, kinetic energy correction factor. Flow measuring devices. Flow through sharp

edged orifice, the pitot tube, the venturi-meter, the flow nozzle and orifice meter.

Dimensional Analysis: Fundamental and derived units, Buckinghum theorem, significance of 2

dimensionless numbers, Application of dimensional analysis in fluid flow problems.

Fluid Machinery: Introduction to roto-dynamic and positive displacement machinery; Euler's pump 6

turbine equation. Degrees of reaction. Impulse and reaction turbine classification; performance of

Pelton wheel, Francis turbine and Kaplan turbine; characteristic curves, governing of turbines,

selections and model test of turbine.

Reciprocating Compressors: Work of compression; Single stage compressor; Multistage 3

compressor with inter cooling; Volumetric efficiency.

Centrifugal Compressors: Principle of operation, work done and pressure rise, Velcoity diagram 4

for centrifugal compressor, Slip factor, Stage pressure rise, Loading coefficient, Diffuser, Degree of

reaction, Effect of impeller blade profile, Pre-whirl and inlet guide vanes, Centrifugal Compressor

characteristic curves.

Reciprocating Pumps: Working principle of reciprocating pump. Types of reciprocating pumps, 4

Work done by reciprocating pump; Co-efficient of discharge, Slip, Cavitation of reciprocating

pumps; Effect of acceleration of piston on velocity and pressure in the suction and delivery pipes.

Centrifugal Pumps: Work done and efficiency of centrifugal pumps, Advantage over reciprocating 4

pumps, Types of centrifugal pumps, Characteristics curves. Priming, Troubles and remedies,

Specific speed. Pumps in series and in parallel, Multistage pumps, Turbine pump, Selection of

pumps.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

3 credit, 3 period/week

Simple Stress and Strain: Introduction, Analysis of internal forces. Tension, Compression, Shear 3

stress, Axial stress in composites. Shearing, Bending, Centrifugal and thermal stresses, Strain and

deformation, Stress-strain diagram, Elasticity and elastic limits.

No. of

Lectures

Modulus of Elasticity and Rigidity: Definition of some mechanical properties of materials, 5

Poission’s ratio, Volumetric strain and bulk modulus. Relation between modulus of elasticity and

bulk modulus, Statically indeterminate members. Stresses in thin walled pressure vessels.

Statically Determinate Beams: Introduction, Different types of loading and supports, Shear force 15

and bending moment diagram, Various types of stresses in beams, Flexure formula, Economic

sections, Shearing stress in beam, General shear formula, Deflection of beams, Elastic curve,

Method of double integration, Area moment and super-position methods, Shearing stress and

deflection in composite beams.

Statically Indeterminate Beams: Redundant supports in propped and restrained beams, Solution 5

by double integration. Area moment and superposition methods. Design of restrained beams,

Continuous beams. The three moment equation, Determination of support reactions of continuous

beam, Shear and moment diagram.

Torsion: Torsion formula, Angle of twist of solid and hollow shaft, Torsional stiffness and 3

equivalent shaft, Classed coil helical spring.

Combined Stresses and Strains: Principal stresses and principal planes, Combined axial and 4

bending stresses, Stress at a point, Stress on inclined cutting planes, Analytical method for the

determination of stresses on oblique section, Mohr’s circle, Application of Mohr’s circle to

combined loading. Transformation of strain components, Strain rosette. Relation between modulus

of rigidity and modulus of elasticity.

Column Theory: Introduction to elastic stability, Euler’s formula for central load and different end 4

conditions, Modes of failure and critical load, Slenderness ratio and classification of columns,

Empirical formula for columns, secant formula for columns with eccentric loading.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Theodolites, Tachometry, Triangulation, Contouring, EDM and modern instruments, Errors and

adjustments.

Correlation survey, Stope and open pit surveying, Subsidence survey, Curve ranging, Mine plan and 14

projection, Photogrammetry, Field astronomy, Statutory requirements.

Introduction to geodesy, Geodetic surveying and GPS, Deformation monitoring surveys, Map 11

projection coordinates and calculations, Correlation of surface surveys with underground surveys,

Shaft plumbing, Transfer of height, and coordinates, Concept of azimuth.

(CSE 272)

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Structured programming and object oriented programming based on CSE 271. 12 weeks

Quiz and viva. 1 week

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

ii) Determination of coefficient of discharge by orifice.

iii) Determination of coefficient of discharge by venturimeter.

iv) Determination of head loss due to friction, bend, sudden expansion, sudden contraction, in gate

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

v) Performance test of pumps.

Quiz and viva. ½ week

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

1) Tensile test

2) Compression test

3) Hardness test

4) Impact test

5) Fatigue test

6) Determination of stresses in thick and thin walled cylinder.

Quiz and viva. ½ week

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Quiz and viva. 1 week

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–3 (TERM-I)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 EEE 371 Electrical and Electronic 3 3

Engineering

2 PME 311 Reservoir Engineering 3 3

3 PME 313 Well Logging and Formation 3 3

Evaluation

4 PME 315 Drilling Engineering 3 3

5 PME 361 Minerals Processing 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 EEE 372 Electrical and Electronic 3 1.5

Engineering Laboratory

7 PME 314 Well Logging Laboratory 1.5 0.75

8 PME 334 Drilling Fluids Laboratory 3 1.5

9 PME 362 Minerals Processing Laboratory 3 1.5

25.5 20.25

Contact Hours: 15 (Theo.) + 10.5 (Lab.) = 25.5 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 5

Total Credits = 20.25 No. of Laboratory Courses = 4

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

COURSE CONTENT

No. of

Lectures

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING(EEE 371) 39

3 credit, 3 period/week

classification, characteristics and applications. Transformers: Operation and classification, Three

Phase Induction Motors: Working principle, characteristics and starting, Alternators: Working

principle and synchronization, Synchronous Motors: Operation and applications.

Electronics: p-n junction diode, rectifiers, BJT: Switching and amplification. 7

Power Supply: Choice of voltage, surface and underground supply, Mine cable construction, 8

installation, fault location, Switchgears, Earthing methods, Protective devices: over current and over

voltage.

Control and Instrumentation: Introduction to control system, open loop and closed loop system, 11

remote control, sequence control, introduction to programmable logic controller, embedded

controller. Drives: DC drives: single phase half wave converter drives, AC drives: Induction motor

drives-Stator voltage and rotor voltage control Transducers: Electrical Transducers, Advantages of

Electrical Transducer, Resistance Thermometers, Thermistor, Thermocouple, Integrated Circuit

temperature sensors, Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT), Capacitive Transducer:

Piezo-electric Transducer, Opto-electronic transducers. Sensors for measurement of various

operational parameters, environmental parameters and safety parameters in underground and open

pit mines.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Oil, Gas and Condensate Reservoir Systems: Oil-gas, Oil-gas-water, Oil-water, Gas-water and 2

gas-condensate systems in conventional and unconventional reservoirs.

No. of

Lectures

Reservoir Drive Mechanisms: Role of fluid expansion and rock compression, Solution gas drive, 2

Gas cap drive, Natural water drive and Compaction drive.

Recovery Mechanisms: Oil production due to aquifer water and injected water; Oil production 2

associated with free gas influx and associated with solution gas.

Material Balance: Derivation of oil-gas-water material balance equations; Reduction of the general 3

form of material balance equation; Application of material balance analysis to field production data

in order to determine oil in place and gas-cap size; Oil field material balance analysis; Material

balance equations for gas reservoirs; Analysis and prediction of reservoir performance by use of

material balance. Estimate Recovery factor; Water influx calculation.

Rate Decline Analysis: Exponential Decline, Harmonic Decline and Hyperbolic Decline methods, 3

Production Plots; Determination of Hyperbolic-Decline-Curve Parameters Using Linear Regression;

Hyperbolic-Decline-Curve Analysis Using Nonlinear Regression on a Spreadsheet; Reservoir

performance by use of decline curves.

Estimation of Reserve and Resources: Petroleum resources classification; Reserve estimation by 2

volumetric method, material balance method, pressure and production decline methods; Simulation

method; Uncertainties in reserve estimation.

Flow Through Porous Media and Flow Equations: Reservoir geometry; Coordinate system; 4

Derivation fluid flow equations; continuity equation, Darcy´s equation, fluid and rock equations,

initial and boundary conditions, analytical solution, steady and transient states, Diffusivity equation,

General form of flow equation using Black Oil PVT relationships, Multiphase flow; Non-horizontal

flow; Multidimensional flow in Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems.

Introduction to Oil-Water Flow: Derivation of oil-water flow equations; relative permeabilities 2

and capillary pressures, drainage and imbibition curves, initial pressure and saturation profiles in

reservoirs by equilibrium calculations, definition of water-oil contacts as either highest level of

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

100% water saturation or as free surface level where capillary pressure is zero.

Introduction to Oil-Gas Flow in Saturated and Undersaturated Reservoir: Derivation of oil-gas 2

flow equations, free gas, solution gas, relative permeabilities and capillary pressures and Black Oil

fluid properties.

Introduction to Gas-Water Flow: Derivation of gas-water flow equations, relative permeabilities 2

and capillary pressures, drainage and imbibition curves, initial pressure and saturation profiles in

reservoirs by equilibrium calculations, definition of water-gas contacts as either highest level of

100% water saturation or as free surface level where capillary pressure is zero.

Introduction to Oil-Gas-Water Flow: Derivation of oil-gas-water flow equations; relative 2

permeabilities and capillary pressures and Black Oil fluid properties, drainage and imbibition

curves, initial pressure and saturation profiles in reservoirs by equilibrium calculations, definition of

water-oil contacts as either highest level of 100% water saturation, or as free surface level where

capillary pressure is zero.

Microscopic and Macroscopic Displacement of Fluids in Reservoir: Introduction to Buckley- 5

Leverett problem; Fractional flow equation; Typical saturation profile in a linear system;

Determination of front and average saturations at break-through; Effects of mobility ratios and

fractional flow curve on saturation profile; Frontal advance equation; Computation of water

saturation profile for displacement of oil.

Buckley-Leverett solution; Effects of mobility ratio, gravity and capillary pressure; Diffuse and

segregated flow conditions; Factors affecting flow conditions; Gas displacement of oil; Summing up

of Buckley-Leverett analysis.

Dietz stability analysis; Derivation of equation for oil-water system; Displacement of oil by gas;

Stability of gas displacement vs. by water displacement.

No. of

Lectures

Displacement in layered reservoirs with communication and negligible capillary pressure; System

description; Assumptions; Pressure gradients; Dykstra-Parson´s method for isolated layers; Darcy

velocity vs. frontal velocity; Derivation of formulas; Rearranging layers; Procedure for application;

Displacement in layered reservoirs with capillary pressure and communication; Displacement under

vertical equilibrium (VE) conditions.

Enhanced Recovery: Introduction to water flooding, chemical flooding and thermal recovery. 2

Aquifer Influx: Introduction to Carter-Tracy aquifers, Fetkovich aquifers, constant flux aquifers 2

and numerical aquifers.

Natural Fractured Reservoir (NFR): Introduction to fractured reservoirs; Concept of dual 2

porosity system; Warren-Root model; Matrix properties and fracture properties; Flow in fractured

systems; Water flooding of fractured system; Recovery by water flooding of a discontinuous and

strongly water-wet system; Discussion of recovery of oil by spontaneous imbibitions and forced

imbibition for mixed-wet reservoirs; Effect of capillary continuity between matrix blocks on

recovery; Gas-oil gravity drainage in fractured reservoirs; Effect of capillary continuity on recovery.

Role and Responsibilities of Reservoir Engineer: Reservoir characterization, reservoir modeling, 2

production optimization and forecasting, field development and reservoir management.

39

WELL LOGGING AND FORMATION EVALUATION (PME 313)

3 credit, 3 period/week

Introduction to Formation Evaluation: Direct methods (Mud logging, Coring, Core analysis and 4

its importance), Indirect Methods: Wire-line (Open hole and Cased hole) logging.

Well logging Techniques: Electrical, radioactive, acoustic, and magnetic properties of rocks and

fluids; Borehole environment and measurement with caliper log; Lithology logs-Spontaneous 16

Potential & Gamma Ray log; Resistivity logs; Porosity logs (Basic principles, types of tools,

limitation and applications).

Production and Special type of logging: Production logging, Casing inspection tools, CBL/VDL, 6

SFT/RFT, NMR logging principles and Applications; Borehole Images.

Log Interpretation and Analysis Techniques: 10

a) Standard log interpretation methods.

b) Cross-Plotting methods: Pickett plot, Neutron-Density, Sonic-Density and Sonic-Neutron, M-N

and MID Lithology plot etc.

c) Interpretation of Shaly sand, Clean sand Formation and gas bearing formation.

Log Interpretation case studies 3

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

3 credit, 3 period/week

Drilling Fluids: The formulation of the base fluid and additives; Classification and selection 5

criterion; Rheology; Density and filter properties; Clay mineralogy and reactions; Chemical and

mechanical hole stability; Design of drilling fluids; Application of drilling fluids simulation

software.

Drillings Bits: Types; Rock failure mechanisms; Selection, evaluation and optimization; Tooth and 3

bearing wear; Penetration rate; Operation and termination; Vibrations and stick/slip during drilling

operations and optimize BHA performance; Various combinations of drill bit options, drilling

assembly components, drill string designs, surface parameters, component placement, formation

characteristics, and overbalance pressures.

Casing Design: Standardization; API performance properties; Design criterion and consideration. 2

Cements: Composition; Additives; Testing; Standardization; Placement techniques; Deepwater 3

cementing; Concrete-based oilwell cementing; CO2-resistant cement; Cementing UGS wells; Self-

healing cement system; Gas migration control, Lost circulation; Mud removal; Cementing

equipment; Application of cementing software.

Drilling Hydraulics: Hydrostatic pressure in fluids column; Annular pressure; Buoyancy; Nonstatic 5

well conditions; Flow through jet bit; Rheological models; Fluids circulation; Laminar and turbulent

pressure loss in pipes and annuli; Pump pressure schedule; Surge pressures; Slip velocity; Hydraulic

optimization; Pressure control; Mud transport; Security aspects; Well bore stability; Application of

simulators.

Formation Pore Pressure and Fracture Resistance: Pressure in sedimentary formations; Methods 3

of estimating pore pressure and fracture resistance.

Directional Drilling: History and background; Reasons for directional drilling; Drilling 5

methodology; High deviation and horizontal borehole; Axial movements; Rotation and pumping;

Borehole steering; Directional change and control; Design and implement borehole trajectories;

Borehole trajectories calculation and accuracies; Force balance in borehole; Kickoff and trajectory

change; Borehole tractors; Slimhole; Coiled tubing; Principles of the BHA; Deflection tools;

Directional drilling measurements; Horizontal, vertical, and complex directional wells and

sidetracks.

MWD and LWD: Measurements for geosteering, formation evaluation, and drilling optimization. 2

Mud Logging.

Drilling Tools: Tubular, jars and accelerators, Reamers and stabilizers, Rhino 2

reamers, underreamers, Thomas tools.

MPD and UBD: Underbalanced and managed pressure drilling; Rotating control devices; Drilling 2

pressure controls; Kick detection; Nitrogen gas.

Fishing and Sidetracking : Recovery of pipe and equipment lost downhole, including through- 2

tubing treatments, and well abandonment; Fishing, sidetracking and whipstocks, Thru-tubing

intervention, Well abandonment, Wireline pipe recovery.

Solids Control and Waste Management: Technologies for solids control and drilling waste 2

management and disposal.

Specialty Applications: Drilling in technically challenging environments. Deepwater drilling, 3

directional casing while drilling , extended-reach drilling , high-pressure drilling, high-temperature

drilling, multilateral systems, unconventional resources. Roles and responsibilities of drilling

engineer.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Fundamental operations and their efficiency in mineral processing. Methods of sizing of mineral 10

particles.

Methods of separation. Dry and water-based separation process, dense media separation. Froth 15

floatation leaching process. Screen and centrifuges. Flocculation and thickening. Filtration tailing

disposal.

Flow sheet design, examples and computer applications for process simulation. 10

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

372)

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Quiz and viva. 1 week

No. of

Lectures

WELL LOGGING LABORATORY(PME 314) 6½ weeks

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

2 weeks

Introduction of well logging tools and recording devices; Measurement of electrical, radioactive,

acoustic, magnetic properties of rocks and fluids; Performing resistivity logs; The spontaneous

potential log, gamma ray log, porosity logs, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) log and caliper log

in experimental boreholes.

Formation evaluation case studies on different types of formations by interpretation of resistivity 4 weeks

logs; The spontaneous potential log, gamma ray log, porosity logs, nuclear magnetic resonance

(NMR) log and caliper log.

½ week

Quiz and viva.

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Classification of drilling fluids; API recommended drilling fluids testing; Diagnostic test: The mud 5 weeks

balance, the marsh funnel, the rotational viscometer.

PH determination, the API filter press, chemical analysis, alkalinity, chloride concentration, water 7 weeks

hardness, sand content, mud retort, cation exchange capacity of clays; Pilot tests.

Quiz and viva. 1 week

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Laboratory investigations of the unit operations and principles of mineral processing including ore 12 weeks

preparation (size reduction, mineral liberation and classification) and mineral recovery (froth

flotation, electrostatic separation, magnetic separation, and solid-liquid separation). Carry out

material balance calculations for mineral processing circuit and nominate appropriate process for

their beneficiations.

Quiz and viva. 1 week

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–3 (TERM-II)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 ME 317 Heat and Mass Transfer 3 3

2 PME 321 Petroleum Production Engineering 3 3

3 PME 323 Natural Gas Engineering 3 3

4 PME 325 Petroleum Refining Technology 2 2

5 PME 363 Mining Systems 3 3

6 PME 365 Shaft Sinking and Tunneling 3 3

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

7 ME 318 Heat Transfer Laboratory 1.5 0.75

8 PME 324 Natural Gas Engineering Laboratory 3 1.50

9 PME 364 Mining Systems Laboratory 1.5 0.75

10 PME 352 Computational Laboratory 1.5 0.75

11 PME 354 Field Work/ Industrial Training * 0.75

24.5 21.50

Contact Hours: 17 (Theo.) + 7.5 (Lab.) = 24.5 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 6

Total Credits = 21.50 *Excluding field work/Industrial Training No. of Laboratory Courses = 5

COURSE CONTENT

No. of

Lectures

HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER (ME 317) 39

3 credit, 3 period/week

Modes of Heat Transfer: Introduction to basic modes of heat transfer. Basic concept of Radiation. 2

Conduction: Law of conduction, general heat conduction equation. Steady-state one-dimensional 7

heat conduction: plane wall, cylinder, sphere, composite structures. Straight fins of rectangular and

triangular profiles. Consideration of variable thermal conductivity and systems with heat sources.

Overall heat transfer coefficient, critical thickness of insulation, thermal contact resistance.

Steady State Two-Dimensional Conduction: Analytical and numerical solutions. 2

Unsteady State Conduction: Lumped heat capacity system, transient heat flow in a semi-infinite 4

solid, transient heat flow with a convection boundary condition.

Convection: Different types of flow and convection, boundary layer concepts, dimensional analysis 3

of forced and natural convection.

Forced Convection: Laminar flow over a flat plate; Momentum, energy and integral equations; 6

Local and average heat transfer coefficients; Forced convection turbulent flow over a flat plate;

Forced convection inside tubes and ducts; Forced convection across cylinders and spheres. Flow

across tube banks.

Natural Convection: Natural convection from horizontal and vertical plates and cylinders. 2

Heat Transfer With Change of Phase: Condensation, types of condensation; Condensation over 4

flat surfaces, inside and outside tubes. Boiling, types of boiling, boiling curve, heat transfer in

boiling, heat pipe.

Heat Exchanger: Basic types of heat exchanger, LMTD, heat exchanger efficiency, fouling and 6

scaling of exchanger surface, NTU method of heat exchanger design, applications of heat

exchangers.

Mass Transfer: Fick's law of diffusion, mass transfer coefficient, evaporation of moisture from 3

wetted surfaces to surrounding gases.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Production from Under Saturated Oil Reservoir, Two Phase and gas reservoir 3

Well Deliverability and Total System Analysis: Well deliverability and Production Optimization 8

using NodalTM Analysis -inflow performance relationship and outflow performance relationship,

IPR and OPR relationship, non Darcy’s flow IPR, Future IPR

Single and Multiple Flow Basics: Definitions and variables, flow patterns. 2

Sources of formation damage, Hawkins formula and skin component, skin from partial completion 5

and slant, well perforation and skin effect.

Acidizing Design etc.

Artificial lifting methods and their design: Artificial gas lift, ESP, beam pump, plunger pump etc 6

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

Special Topics: Gas well loading, , hydraulic fracturing, sand control- gravel pack, wire mesh etc.; 4

Flow through restrictions and measurements/metering; Production chemistry basics (wax, scale,

corrosion, emulsions), horizontal well production, asset/field development plan, production related

environmental problems.

Well Completion and Design: Introduction to well completion and production operations, 6

Reservoir, Geologic and mechanical factors affecting well-completion design, Well completion

types and applications-Gravel pack completion, Design of production tubing, Subsurface production

and control equipment, Completion and work-over fluids, Design of perforating operations, primary

and remedial cementing jobs, sand control operations; Horizontal and novel completion technology,

Different down hole tests used in well completions, Work-over planning fundamentals.

3 credit, 3 period/week

principles, chemical composition of natural gas, properties of natural gases and volatile hydrocarbon

liquids.

Phase Behavior of Natural Gas Systems: Phase behavior, vapor-liquid equilibrium data and 3

computation, water hydrocarbon systems and related matter in natural gas production, study of gas

and gas-condensate reservoirs, gas production from condensate and oil fields.

Natural Gas Process Plant Operation: A detailed review of design and operation criteria 8

encountered in the production and well head treatment of natural gas, field separation and

absorption processes, dehydration and sweetening of natural gas.

Gas Compression: Types, compressor selection, procession processes, designing reciprocating and 2

centrifugal compressors.

Gas Flow Measurements and Control: Fundamentals of gas flow through conduits, orifice meters. 4

Meter-run installation. Flow control and pressure regulating instruments. Critical flow proverb

principles of gas transportation through pipeline.

Decline Curve Analysis for Gas Well: Introduction to decline curve analysis, Conventional 4

analysis techniques (Exponential, Harmonic and Hyperbolic decline), Decline type curves

(Fetkovich and Carter)

3

Gas Well Testing: General gas well test types, purposes and design consideration, fundamentals of

pressure transient testing of gas wells;

Gas well Deliverability test; Determination of static and flowing bottom-hole pressures. Material 5

balances, reserves, recovery.

Liquid Hydrocarbon: LPG and liquid hydrocarbon recovery. 2

Environmental Aspects and Safety: Environmental issues related of the processing and production 2

of natural gas; Hazard and safety measures in handling of natural gas.

Special Problems: Liquid loading, pipeline cleaning, hydrate control, Gas field development plan. 3

2 credit, 2 period/week

Introduction to processing, Basic concepts of petroleum process control, Modeling for control

purposes; development of mathematical models; linearization of nonlinear systems; input-output 6

model; transfer functions. Dynamic and static behavior of chemical processes: first, second and

higher order processes; transportation lag: systems in series. Block diagrams etc. Design of control

systems for complete petroleum/oil/gas plants.

Physical properties of oil stocks, Refinery products and Test methods, Evaluation of oil stocks.

Refining and Distillation process of crude oil/petroleum, Chemical treatments, Solvent treating of

extraction process, De-waxing, Combustion, Thermal cracking and decomposition processes, 20

Principal reaction involved in cracking and naphtha reforming, production of alkenes via steam

cracking, Future sources of transport fuels and petrochemical, sources and purification of BTX.

Economics of Design.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

3 credit, 3 period/week

An overview of open pit mining methods. Orebody definition, mine planning and design, mining

equipment, mine services, blasting, milling and processing, environmental considerations and mine 5

financing.

Underground Mining Systems: Methods (classification and selection). Support systems. 10

Equipment selection. Selective mining. Unit operations. Ore transfers. Ore dilution and losses, mine

subsidence.

Coal Bed Methane (CBM): Basic knowledge of CBM methods 5

Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) 3

Surface Mining Systems: Types of open pit working faces and cuts. Open-pit nomenclature.

9

Ultimate pit limit techniques. Stripping ratios. Unit operations: excavation, loading and

transportation. Waste dump and tailings dam design. Environmental impact of surface mining. Land

reclamation.

7

Mining Systems (Coal and Metal): An overview of metal and coal mining system. Detail

descriptions and selection criteria for various metaliferrous/coal mining methods including surface

and underground techniques. Introductory metal/coal mine planning and scheduling.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Access to mineral deposit; Vertical shaft, inclined shaft, adit, tunnel, drift, etc. 9

Different shaft-sinking technology. Mine entries. Horizontal, inclined and vertical development 20

workings and the determination of their optimum dimensions and locations. Shaft sinking and

tunneling (drifting). Evaluation of ground conditions.

Methods of tunnel driving and boring. Estimation of support requirements: Types of support and 10

materials for supporting, etc.

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

1 week

Introduction to experiments based on heat mass transfer.

Linear heat conduction. 1 week

Determination of thermal conductivity of fluid. 1 week

Force and free convection on a vertical flat plate. 1 week

Experiments on water to water or air to water heat exchanger. 1 week

Velocity profile in a tube. 1 week

Quiz and Viva ½ week

NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING LABORATORY(PME 324) 13 weeks

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

Group study on Coal/Hard rock/Limestone/others minerals (Underground & Open pit systems) 6 weeks

project.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

Introduction of FORTRAN, C/C++, Matlab and Visual Basic; UNIX and Linux System. 1 weeks

Developing Algorithm and Programming for: Solution of quadratic equation, Solution of sets of 3 weeks

linear equation by Gauss elimination method, Solution of non-linear equation by Newton Rapson

method, Numerical solution of differential equations, Evaluation of numerical integration of

functions.

Preparing report of routine core analysis; Preparing report of well test analysis; Computing 2 weeks

minerals/coal/hydrocarbon reserve using statistical distribution of reservoir (coal/minerals/gas & oil)

properties.

Quiz and viva. ½ week

0.75 credit, 2 weeks

The students will visit different petroleum and/or mining installations and prepare a report of the 2 weeks

work and finally present their work to the department.

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–4 (TERM-I)

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 PME 411 Well Test Analysis 3 3

2 PME 413 Reservoir Modeling and Simulation 3 3

3 PME 461 Mine Ventilation and Environmental 3 3

Engineering

4 PME 463 Mine Planning and Design 3 3

5 PME 465 Rock Blasting and Explosive 3 3

Technology

6 PME 451 Health , Safety and Environment in 3 3

Petroleum and Mining Industries

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

7 PME 400 Project / Thesis- Part: I 1.5 0.75

8 PME 416 Reservoir Modeling and Simulation 1.5 0.75

Laboratory

9 PME 462 Mine Ventilation and Environmental 3 1.5

Engineering Laboratory

24 21.00

Contact Hours: 18 (Theo.) +6 (Lab.) = 24 hours/week No. of Theory Courses = 6

Total Credits = 21 . No. of Laboratory Courses = 3

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

COURSE CONTENT

No. of

Lectures

WELL TEST ANALYSIS (PME 411) 39

3 credit, 3 period/week

Well Test Analysis: An overview of well test objectives and fundamentals. Importance of rock and 2

fluid properties

Basics of Well Test Interpretation: Fluid flow in porous media: diffusivity equation in rectangular, 10

cylindrical and spherical coordinates; Line source solution of diffusivity equations; Initial and

boundary conditions; Skin, wellbore storage, radius of investigation; Different flow regimes:

transient, pseudo-steady state, steady state; Ei-function and its properties; Interpretation of

drawdown and build up data for estimating formation permeability, skin, reservoir pore volume,

average reservoir pressure; Superposition; Effect of fault and double porosity systems; Derivative

analysis.

Gas Well Testing: Introduction, basic theory of gas flow in reservoirs, Multi-rate(FAF), isochronal 6

tests, modified isochronal tests and use of pseudo pressure in gas well test analysis, real gas

potential application; gas flow tests with non-Darcy flow; Extended well testing.

Designing the Well Test: An overview of well test design, design consideration, implementation, 2

operational safety, uncertainties and mitigation.

Other Well Tests: Fundamentals of drawdown test; Pressure buildup test; Injection test; Fall-off 4

test; Interference, pulse and vertical permeability testing, drill stem test(DST); Reservoir limit test;

Wire line and slick line formation tests; Repeat formation tester (RFT).

Analysis of Well Test Using Type Curve: Fundamentals of type-curve analysis; varying wellbore 10

storage; Determination of average pressure; Radius of drainage and stabilization time; Multiphase

flow; Real gas potential application; Brief overview of layered systems; Fractured reservoirs; Faults;

Channel sands; Use of pressure and its time derivative in type curve matching.

Computerized Methods of Analysis: Case studies of local field examples using well test simulator. 5

3 credit, 3 period/week

Introduction to general modeling: Introduction concept geological medeling. Types of model and 3

designing of various models depending on reservoir complexities, rock properties. Fluid properties-

concept to back oil model, compositional model.

Introduction of reservoir simulation; Review of flow equation in porous materials, Source of fluids 4

and rock properties data; Numerical solution of PDE’s.

Single phase reservoir simulation; Oil-water reservoir system simulation; Saturated oil-gas reservoir 24

system simulation; Undersaturated oil-gas injection reservoir system simulation; Oil-gas-water

reservoir system simulation with undersaturated, saturated and variable bubble point cases; Gas-

water reservoir system simulation; Solution of non-linear equation by IMPES method; System of

variable flow area.

Introduction to fractured reservoirs; Naturally fractured reservoir (NFR) simulation; Thermal and 8

compositional simulation; Aquifer modeling; Coal bed methane modeling; Application of reservoir

simulation.

461)

3 credit, 3 period/week

Subsurface ventilation systems: natural ventilation, auxiliary ventilation, booster ventilation. Mine

18

ventilation design calculations and ventilation network analysis. The engineering design, testing,

selection and application of mine ventilation fans. Procedures for conducting air quantity, pressure

and air quality, airway resistance, loss of air distribution. Ventilation surveys, mine air heating and

cooling, dust and fume control, and ventilation economics.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

12

Hazards in mining field of outburst, explosion, fires, fume, dust, radiation, and noises. Potential high

consequence hazards in a mine including outbursts, explosion, fires, spontaneous combustion,

inrush hazards, radiation, windblast, noises, miners diseases; Mine Illumination: its effect on safety,

efficiency and health, flame and electric safety lamps-their uses and lamp-room-layout and

organization, standards of illumination in mines, lighting from the mains, photometric illumination

survey, Mine gases, mine dust.

Mine Legislation: General principles of Mining law, Mine Act, Mine Rules & Regulations, Mines 9

and Mineral Rules.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Surface mine planning and design: Selection of equipment and the use of computers in mine 10

planning and scheduling; Complete mine designs starting with topography maps, drill information,

and mineral inventory block models. Profitability assessment. Production decisions.

Underground mine planning and design: main access entries, secondary development openings, 10

underground layouts, Rock slope/ground stability, ventilation, systems analysis, equipment

selection, maintenance, etc.

Reserve optimization; Economic modeling, Introduction to mine planning tools. 10

3 credit, 3 period/week

Fragmentation principles. Types and properties of explosives, and the basis for the selection of 9

explosives for specific applications.

An introduction to the theory of detonation (ideal and non ideal), sensitivity, performance and 10

numerical modeling of detonation, and the description of modern commercial explosives including

typical compositions, mixing, priming and handling. Blasting agents (Initiation devices and Safety

fuse, Electric shot-firing and detonating cords, Primers & boosters).

Blasting theory. Design of electrical blasting circuits. Blasting cuts design. Design of bench 10

blasting. Design of round blasting. Practical usage of explosives (Blasting in quarries, Blasting in

shaft, tunnels, Blasting in stope operations, Blasting in coal mines).

Specific problems related to the use of explosives such as desensitization, sympathetic detonation, 10

gas and dust explosions.

INDUSTRIES (PME 451)

3 credit, 3 period/week

Overview of Health, Safety & Environment:

History and Overview of health, Environment and safety in petroleum and mining industries,

5

Introduction to safety: Occupational (industrial) and process safety; Roles, Responsibilities and

accountability of Health and Safety professionals ensuring safe and healthy working condition,

Effective health, Environment and safety management systems. Safety Regulations and Safety

signs, Fire and Explosion Hazards: Definition, Prerequisites for combustion, Fire triangle, Fire

Pyramid, Ignition Temperature, Explosion Limits, Fire Extinction, Fire Prevention.

8

Health hazard anticipation, identification, risk management, evaluation and controls, Industrial

Hygiene in Petroleum and mining field, Toxicity, Physiological, Asphyxiation, respiratory and skin

effect, Impact of sour gases with their thresh-hold limits, Effect of corrosive atmosphere and

additives, Controls of respirable dust impact Human health, Noise issues in industries impact

Human health.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

Hazard anticipation, recognition, Hazards Analysis (HA), Developing a safe process, Safe work 12

practices and procedures, HAZOP (Hazardous Operation) practices and procedure, failure mode

analysis, safety Analysis, Causes and effect of Loss, safety analysis function evaluation chart,

Measurement Techniques, Personal Protecting Equipments/systems & measures in petroleum and

mining industry, Manual & atmospheric shut down system, Gas detection system and controls,

Electrical safety, Haulage safety in mine industry, Fire detection and controls, Inspections and

auditing, Incident reporting and analysis, Behavioral Based Safety system (BBS) to improve

petroleum and mine safety, Contractor Health and safety management, Building a health and safety

culture, Emergency management system (EMS) in Petroleum and mining industry, Disaster & Crisis

management in petroleum and mining fields, Policies, standards & specifications for safety

professionals, Regulatory requirements impact petroleum and mining operations.

Environmental Pollution causes for fossil fuel (coal, oil and gas), General concept of Pollutants,

Conventional Fossil Fuel and Renewable Energy; Pollution of the Environment: Air pollution, 14

Water pollution, Noise and Sound pollution etc. Climate change and role of petroleum and mining

industry; Green House Gases: Definition, Emitting sources, measurement, Causes of Green house

effect; Global Warming Potential: Definition, potential impacts of global warming and a changing

climate, Estimation process for CO2 emissions for fuel combustion, Computation of CO2 emission

related to energy use, Concept of carbon cycle; Clean Development Mechanism (CDM): Definition,

Works and salient features. Environmental problems in national and international. Initial

Environment Examination (IEE), Concept of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and

Environmental Management Plan (EMP). Environmental management and ISO 14000, Environment

and Sustainable development. Environmental laws/regulations.

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

Experimental and theoretical investigation of various problems related to petroleum/ and mining 6 weeks

engineering will be carried out. The topic should provide an opportunity to the student in developing

initiative, creative ability and engineering judgment. Individual study will be required.

At the end of term, the student is expected to complete the preliminary literature review/survey,

select the topic for study, complete theoretical study on the topic and submit an detailed report for

evaluation.

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

Static and dynamic reservoir modeling methods; Modeling of reservoir system and grid blocks; 2 weeks

Distribution of porosity and absolute permeability in reservoir grid blocks.

Reservoir fluids’ PVT properties modeling; Saturation dependent properties modeling; Defining 2 weeks

initial reservoir conditions; Vertical flow performance modeling; Production and injection controls

and constraints.

Simulation input-output controls; Integration of reservoir characteristic and well data to develop a 2 weeks

complete reservoir simulation model; History matching and forecasting techniques; Application of

reservoir simulation models.

LABORATORY (PME 462)

1.5 credit, 3 period/week

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

Mine air measurements, coal dust sampling and measurement. Use of coal dust and mine air/gas 7 weeks

measuring equipments. Airflow through ductings. Fan characteristics. Mine rescue apparatus and

usage etc.

Study of Oxygen Self Contained Breathing Apparatus; Measurement of Noise Level by Integrated 5 week

Sound Level Meter, Measurement of Temperature and Relative Humidity etc.

1 week

Quiz/Presentation and Viva.

B. Sc. ENGINEERING LEVEL–4 (TERM-II)

Sl. Course Course Title Contact Credits

No. No. hour/week

THEORY

1 PME 453 Evaluation and Management of 4 4

Petroleum and Mining Projects

2 PME 421 Transmission and Distribution of 3 3

Natural Gas

3 PME 423 Enhanced Oil Recovery Techniques 2 2

4 PME 467 Ground Water Managements in Mining 2 2

5 PME 469 Mine Haulage and Transportation 3 3

SESSIONAL/LABORATORY

6 PME 422 Transmission and Distribution of 1.5 0.75

Natural Gas Laboratory

7 PME 472 Mine Instrumentation and 1.5 0.75

Machineries Laboratory

8 PME 400 Project /Thesis- Part: II 5 2.25

22 17.75

Total Credits = 22 No. of Laboratory Courses = 3

COURSE CONTENT

No. of

Lectures

EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF PETROLEUM AND MINING 52

PROJECTS (PME 453)

4 credit, 4 period/week

Introduction to Energy Economics 1

Factors influencing Oil and Gas, Coal property (asset) evaluation. 2

Time value of money, presentworth, annualworth, futureworth, and ROR decision methods; 5

continuous and discrete approachs; simple and compounded rates and inflation.

Production-cost variations; breakeven analysis. 1

Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization (DD and A) cashflow. 3

DCFROR, NPV, PVR, PWI, PWPI, GROR analysis involving tax. 3

Replacement analysis. Evaluations involving borrowed money. 2

Practical petroleum and mining project evaluation with real and recent projects. 2

Properties of probability distributions and applications. 2

Introduction to International Petroleum/Mining Contracts. 4

Engineering Management Fundamentals 1

Development of Management Thoughts 3

Planning and Decision Making 3

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

Organization 2

Personnel and Human Resources Management 3

Global and Financial Management 5

Risk Analysis and Management: Decision trees and economic models; Monte Carlo simulation. 6

Evaluation of expected discoveries in mature regions.

Brief introduction to E and P bussiness and operating cycles through budgeting, scheduling and 4

corporate planning. Reserves and resources classification.

3 credit, 3 period/week

Gas Gathering for Distribution System and Planning: Basic principles of oil and 14

gas gathering system. Type of oil and gas gathering system. Oil and gas separators; Performance

types. Accessories and selection; Equipment for oil and gas gathering system; Pipe and fittings.

Manifolds; Flow rate measurements pressure controller system.

Pipeline Transportation of Oil and Gas: Principles, flow calculations, sizing and specifying pipe, 8

selection of route, layout and sizing of distribution piping systems, protection against corrosion pipe

laying maintenance of equipment. Pumps and compressors.

Network Analysis: Construction, nodal analysis and maintenance of distribution systems. 8

Economics of Distribution: Specific design problems on distribution systems, Economics of long 3

distance pipeline.

Transportation and Storage: Transportation and storage of oil and gas. Types of storage tanks. 2

Underground storage of natural gas.

Safety: Sampling and testing of oil and gas. Instrumentation and control. Safety and supervision. 2

Rules and regulations. Natural gas transmission and distribution in Bangladesh.

2 credit, 2 period/week

Introduction of enhanced oil recovery; Secondary and tertiary recovery; Displacement mechanisms 10

of fluids in reservoir; Miscible displacement process; Immiscible displacement process; Mobility

control process.

Water flooding; Polymer flooding; Surfactant flooding; CO2 injection method; N2 injection method; 16

The foam method; Miscible solvent methods; WAG (water alternating gas) flooding; Thermal

recovery process; Modeling of different EOR methods.

2 credit, 2 period/week

Mining engineering hydrology, Bangladesh aquifer system, Aquifer characteristics. Sources and 16

nature of mine waters. Estimation of water quantities. Methods of mine dewatering and drainage.

Pumping systems. Equipment selection and economics of mine drainage. Groundwater recharge.

Groundwater and mine water re-injection techniques. Mine-water balance, forecasting water 10

inflows, water balance and reticulation, pump types. Hydrology risk analysis, rain water proposition.

3 credit, 3 period/week

7

Classification of Mine Transport Systems and Layouts: Techno-economics Indices, transport by

gravity. Underground conveyor transport, scraper chain conveyor, belt conveyor, special belt

conveyor (cable belt) shaker and vibrating conveyors. Scrapper haulage.

Rail Track: Construction of rail track, mines car, choice of car, resistant to motion of car, motion of 7

car under gravity, man-riding cars. Rope haulage: Equipment of rope of haulage, rope haulage

calculations, scope of application of a rope haulage.

Locomotive Haulage: Types of mine locomotives. Load haul dumpers. Trackless mining concepts, 6

shuttle cars, mine trucks and their application.

Sessions: 2010-11, 2011-12

7

Underground Hydraulics: Hydraulic breaking, theory of transportation, hydraulic transportation

by gravity and by pumps, equipment. Stowing material, transport.

Aerial Ropeway: construction of aerial ropeway, principle of rope way, calculation plan and profile 5

of ropeways.

Mining Machinery Maintenance: Maintenance management and safety, CAD, remote monitoring 7

and control in mines and automation.

LABORATORY (PME 422)

3 credit, 3 period/week

MINE INSTRUMENTATION AND MACHINERIES LABORATORY 6½ week

(PME 472)

0.75 credit, 1.5 period/week

6 weeks

Based on mine instrumentation and machineries

2.25 credit, 4.5 period/week

Experimental and theoretical investigation of various problems related to petroleum and mining 19 weeks

engineering will be carried out. The topic should provide an opportunity to the student in developing

initiative, creative ability and engineering judgment with different objectives of same data.

Individual study will be required.

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