POSTGRADUATE COURSES
Ph.D CVE 903 Advanced Computer Application 3 Units
Identifying computer as a tool for engineering analysis and design for simple and complex engineering systems. Review of programming languages with in-depth knowledge of one of the languages. Introduction to Softwares: Matlab, AutoCAD, Arc GIS, Map Window, Global Mapper, LINGO, EPANET etc. Computer applications in structural engineering, water and wastewater engineering, highway engineering, hydraulics engineering, surveying and other fields of civil engineering.

M.Phil/Ph.D CVE 881 Advanced Computational Methods 2 Units
Modern numerical techniques for solving civil engineering problems; Efficiency and Stability of techniques, solution of linear systems; Non-linear Algebraic equations; Numerical integrations, ordinary and partial Differential Equations; Eigen-value problems. Conceptual, theoretical and practical bases for finite difference and finite element analysis in structural mechanics, hydraulics, hydrology and transportation engineering; Development of one, two and three dimensional elements.

M. Eng CVS 813 Concrete Materials 2 Units
Properties and methods of testing cements, aggregates, water admixture. Concrete mix design: properties of fresh and hardened concrete, methods of testing evaluation. New developments in concrete technology: admixtures; special cements, waste and other non- standard materials as aggregates; specification and quality control. Special purpose concrete such as lightweight; heavy weight, high strength, refractory, polymer impregnated, fibre reinforced and gap graded. Ferrocement properties and application.

M. Eng CVS 808 Advanced Structural Analysis 3 Units
Topology and determinacy; static and kinematic determinacy; flexibility and stiffness methods applied to analysis of beams, grids plane space/frames etc. (emphasis on electronic computations).

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
CVE 463 Structural Analysis III Units
Matrix methods of structural analysis, flexibility and stiffness methods. Elastic instability, Introduction to plastic theory of bending, Collapse loads.

CVE 366 Structural Analysis II Units
Theory and problems in determinate structure. Static and kinematics indeterminacy. Classical methods of analysis. Virtual work and energy methods, slope deflection method and moment distribution method. Influence line for statically indeterminate structures.

CVE 365 Structural Analysis I Units
Theory and problems in determinate structures. General structural analysis as applied to beams, trusses and frames. Deflection analysis. Influence lines and applications.

CVE 253 Engineering Mechanics I Units
ENGINEERING MECHANICS I

Introduction Engineering mechanics is a compulsory course for all Year 2 students of Faculty of Engineering and Technology comprises of ten (10) different departments. The course is designed as forty-five hours for the semester with three hours on weekly basis and for the duration of fifteen weeks. The teaching on theoretical and applications of mechanics as it cuts across different disciplines is two hours and one hour for solving real life problems. The course synopsis is as follows:

FORCES:
Learning Outcome: the students are expected to be well equipped with the ideology of mechanics and its applications in solving practical-oriented problems as seen in mechanical, civil, biomedical and other fields of engineering.

LECTURE NOTES:
The various sub-topics expected under this topic includes definition of force, resultant, equivalent forces, 2-D and 3-D forces, moment of forces, moment an couples.
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Equilibrium of Simple Structures and Machines Parts:

Learning Outcome: the students are expected to know that summation of various forms of forces acting on the structure must be zero either in 2D or 3D planes for such a structure to be in equilibrium.
Lecture notes: The sub-topics include but not limited to drawing of free body diagram, various support system, and applications of equilibrium conditions.
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FRICTION:
Learning Outcome: the students are expected to have learnt how to calculate, and minimize and maximize effects of frictional forces on the different parts of machines and processes.
Lecture notes: The sub-topics include but not limited to concept and types of friction as well as applications of friction.

First and second moments of area and Centroids:

Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies in plane motion
Learning Outcome: the students are expected to understand study of geometry of motion of both particles and rigid bodies.

Kinetics energy and momentum analyses.
Learning Outcome: the students should be able to utilize Newton's 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws in analyzing the motion of the engineering body.
Lecture notes: Newton's laws of motion, linear momentum, Equations of motion, Kinetic energy, conservation of energy, principle of impulse and momentum

ENGINEERING MECHANICS II

This is second leg of the course with the following topics:
Hooke's law
Stresses and strains due to loading and temperature changes
Torsion
The stress circle
Deflection of beams with symmetrical and combined loadings
Elastic buckling of columns
Shear forces and bending moments
Analytical and graphical methods for structures


POSTGRADUATE THESIS SUPERVISION
Program NamesTitle Status
Ph.DTULEUN, Zahemen LawrenceBehaviour of Ultra Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete with Recycled Tyre Steel Fibres and Sugarcane Bagasse Ash Ongoing

Ph.DBELLO, Mohammed Ongoing

M.Phil/Ph. DOYEDEPO TAIWO KOLAADVANCE COMPOSITE FOR STRUCTURAL STRENGTH AND DURABILITY, USING HYBRID FIBRE AND BENTONITE Ongoing

M.ENG Graduate SeminarOlawale Nathaniel Olabode (17/68GE011)Numerical modelling of Ultra High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concrete Beam Ongoing

M. ENG ThesisABDULSALAM, Abdulmalik Adeyinka Ongoing

M. ENG ThesisADENIYI, Kamaldeen Ongoing

M. ENG ThesisAROWOLO, Samuel Gboyega Ongoing

M. ENG ThesisHAMZAT, Muhammed Babatunde Ongoing

M. ENG ThesisOLADIPO, Olajide Saheed Ongoing

M. ENG ThesisNDE, Nelson Seng Ongoing

M. ENG ThesisAfolabi Abdullahi Abolaji Ongoing

M.ENG Graduate SeminarOlalekan Abdulmuhaymin Ongoing

M.ENG Graduate SeminarAbdullahi AlabiReview of Ultra High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concrete Completed

UNDERGRADUATE THESIS SUPERVISION
NamesTitle Status
OKOOGWA, Joshua Eyime Ongoing

RASHEED, Mubarak Adeniyi Ongoing

OYINLOLA, Ibraheem Olalekan Ongoing

OYERINDE, Jamiu Olakunle Ongoing

OWOLEWA, Toheeb Abiodun Ongoing

ONADEKO, Dada Seun Ongoing

OMOYELE, Sodiq Olabode Ongoing

OLOWOJOLU, Ashley Inioluwa Ongoing

OLAYINKA, Rukayat Omosalewa Ongoing

OLANIYAN, Oluwashina Aremu Ongoing

OKUNLOLA, Abdulsalam Opeyemi Ongoing

ODUNMBAKU, Tolulope Olushola Ongoing

OBASA, Samuel Adeoluwa Ongoing

OBADUN, Emmanuel Adedeji Ongoing

MAYEKOGBON, John Opeyemi Ongoing

ADENIYI, Oluwatosin Esther, 14/30GB031EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE USING WASTE TYRE IRON Completed

Alabi Saheed OlaitanPerformance behaviour of alkali activated palm oil fuel ash and rice husk ash mortar blend Completed

ADEFISOYE, Tope Johnson, 14/30GB023PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF PALM KERNEL SHELL PERVIOUS CONCRETE FOR DRAINS AND PARKING LOTS Completed

OGUNYEMI ADEWALE QAZEEM, 14/30GB131DEVELOPMENT OF ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE: INVESTIGATING THE RICE HUSK ASH POZZOLAN Completed

AZEEZ QUADRI OLAMIDE, 14/30GB077AN INVESTIGATION OF PALM OIL FUEL ASH AND STEEL SLAG IN THE FORMULATION OF GEOPOLYMER MORTAR Completed

ABIONA, Qozeem Olatunbosun, 14/30GB012Laboratory Investigation of Waste Ceramic Pervious Concrete modified with RHA Completed

Salahudeen Fatai Oke, 14/30GB162Investigation on the performance of metakaolin-based geopolymer mortar containing slag Completed

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