Course image English 4
Morning Study

This course aims to develop students’ knowledge, understanding and fluency in their use of the English language and to build their skills as effective communicators in daily activities and universal topics. Students improve their control of language by reading and viewing a range of texts, listening to various audios, practicing speaking, and discovering grammar that used in everyday activities; in addition to learning an intermediate skill of writing

Course image Renewable Energy
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The course introduces students to renewable energy sources and their applications. It mainly focuses on solar energy applications due to their importance and high potential in the climate of Iraq. The students first learn the reason for the recent interest in renewable energy sources through the setbacks of fossil fuels. Solar radiation calculations and solar energy devices are explained thoroughly followed by the different applications of solar energy. These are water heating, space heating, industrial applications and electricity generation. The course also presents a chapter for each of the other renewable sources and their applications.

Course image Refrigeration Systems
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Enhance the students’ knowledge of the principles of vapor compression refrigeration systems and its analysis. Provide the students the basic design of all components for vapor refrigeration system. studying types of refrigeration units and cryogenic refrigeration.

Course image Industrial Engineering and Quality control
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تخصص الهندسة الصناعية هو التخصص الذي يهتم في بناء وتطوير الأنظمة الصناعية المتكاملة بكافة عناصرها من أفراد ومعلومات ومواد وطاقة ومعدات. و هي من أهم التخصصات الهندسية التي يزداد الإقبال عليها في ظل التطور التكنولوجي، وحاجة الشركات الصناعية إلى مهنيين محترفين في هذا المجال في الوقت الحالي

Course image Computer Applications 3
Morning Study

The student will be able to draw and design various mechanical parts most commonly used in the mechanical industries. The student should be able to use software to characterize mechanical parts, move from lengthy paper calculations to fast computer operations, compare results in terms of accuracy and speed, and perform calculations of the moment of inertia and bending of certain mechanical parts. The student understands and applies simulations to calculate and solve various problems of simple and compound types of beams and under different loads, point, diffuse, or twisting moment.

Course image Power Plants
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Power plant is an assembly of systems or subsystems to generate electricity and to produce power  that must be  economically useful and  Environmental friendly to society. Therefore, power plant can be defined as a machine or assembly of equipment that generate and deliver a flow of mechanical or electrical energy.  Power plants can be classified as conventional such as Steam turbine PP; Gas turbine PP; Hydro-electric PP and Nuclear PP, or non-conventional such as Wind energy PP; Geothermal energy; Ocean thermal energy; Wave & tidal wave; Solar energy  and biomass energy.

Course image Air Conditioning System Design
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This course focuses on the design and optimization of air conditioning systems for buildings. The course covers the principles of thermodynamics, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics as they apply to air conditioning systems. Students will learn how to design and size components such , and fans. The course also covers the selection of refrigerants and the environmental impact of air conditioning systems as well as advanced psychometric process. Students will gain hands-on experience through design projects and simulations using industry-standard software. The course will also cover energy efficiency and sustainability considerations in air conditioning system design.

Course image Control and Measurements
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The control circuits in a Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system are responsible for regulating and managing the various components of the system to maintain a comfortable indoor environment. Here is a description of the key control circuits in an HVAC system:

Thermostat Control Circuit:

The thermostat is the user interface for controlling the HVAC system.

When the desired temperature is set, the thermostat sends signals to the control board to activate the heating or cooling components. Modern thermostats are often digital and programmable, allowing for precise temperature control and scheduling.

Control Board:

The control board acts as the central hub for the HVAC system.

It receives input from the thermostat and various sensors, processes the information, and sends signals to other components to achieve the desired temperature. The control board may use relays, transformers, and other electrical components to manage the system.

Air Handling Unit (AHU) Control Circuit:

In a central HVAC system, the AHU circulates conditioned air throughout the building. The control circuit in the AHU manages the blower motor, which controls the airflow rate. It can also incorporate variable frequency drives (VFDs) to adjust the speed of the blower motor for energy efficiency.

Furnace Control Circuit:

For heating, the furnace control circuit activates the burner or heating element when the temperature drops below the set point. It may include safety features like flame sensors and limit switches to ensure safe operation.

Air Conditioning/Heat Pump Control Circuit:

The control circuit for cooling involves the compressor and outdoor fan in an air conditioning system, or the reversing valve and compressor in a heat pump system. The control board manages the operation of these components to provide cooling.

Duct Dampers and Zone Control:

In larger HVAC systems or those with multiple zones, motorized dampers in the ductwork can be controlled to direct airflow to specific areas. Zone control panels and thermostats allow for individual temperature control in different zones of a building.

Humidity Control:

Some HVAC systems include humidifiers and dehumidifiers to control indoor humidity levels. Humidity control circuits monitor and adjust the operation of these components to maintain a comfortable humidity range.