CE 602 Modeling of Engineering Processes and Systems

COURSE DESCRIPTION
            Engineering processes; process modeling concepts; line of balance models; linear programming; non-linear programming; integer programming; simulated annealing; transportation models; queuing models; dynamic programming; reliability analysis;
COURSE PLAN
 

    Week# Topic Text Activity Course Work
Block 1 K. G. 1 Course Introduction and Administration Introduction to Planning, Modeling and simulation of engineering processes. Ch1
Textbook 1
 
Orientation
Lecture & Discussion
 
2
 
Queueing Theory- I. Basic concepts and model formulations Ch17
Textbook 1
Lecture & Discussion Assignment
 
3 Line-of-Balance method Textbook 2
Handouts
Lecture & Discussion Assignment
4 Discrete Event Modelling Textbook 3
Handout
Lecture & Discussion Compute-based
Assignment
Block 2 F. F 5 Introduction to optimization modeling Handouts Lecture & Discussion Compute-based
Assignment
6 Linear Programming and nonlinear programing Ch.3, 4
Textbook 4
Ch.3, 12
Textbook 1
Handouts
Lecture & Discussion Compute-based
Assignment
7 Midterm 1      
8 Applications of Linear and Nonlinear problems in Water Resource Systems Ch.3, 4,7,9
Textbook 1
Handouts
Lecture & Discussion Compute-based
Assignment
9 Golden section research method and Integer Programming Ch.4
Textbook 4
Ch.11
Textbook 1
Handouts
Lecture & Discussion Computer-based
Assignment
10 Transportation Models Ch.8
Textbook 1
Handouts
Lecture & Discussion Computer-based
Assignment
11 Reliability Analysis Ch.5
Textbook 4
Ch.10
Textbook 1
Lecture & Discussion Compute-based
Assignment
12 First Draft -Write Up      
13 Dynamic Programming Ch.4
Textbook 4
Ch.6
Textbook 1
Handout
Lecture & Discussion Compute-based
Assignment
14 Simulated Annealing Ch.13
Textbook 1
Handout
Lecture & Discussion Compute-based
Assignment
15 Term Project Presentation, Discussion and Wrap up Class Presentation    
  Final Exam 2      
                   

 
 
F. F. = Dr. Faisal Alfaisal
K.G. = Dr. Khalid S. Al-Gahtani

Text Books
 

  1. Frederick S. Hillier, Gerald J. Lieberman (2010), Introduction to operations research, 9th ed. McGraw Hill. , ISBN 978-0-07-337629-5 — ISBN 0-07-337629-9,
  2. Philip Lumsden, 1968. The Line-of-Balance Method.

3.     Gabriel A. Wainer, Pieter J. Mosterman (2010). Discrete-Event Modeling and Simulation: Theory and Applications. CRC Press.

http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781420072334

  1. Mays, L., Tung, Y. (1992). Hydrosystems engineering and management (McGraw-Hill series in water resources and environmental engineering). New York: McGraw-Hill.
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