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TEACHING STAFF (as at time of going to press) Department of Civil Engineering Professor of Civil Engineering:. Note: The Statutes and Regulations of the University are set out in full in the University Calendar, which is the official and authoritative publication of the University.

Administration

Dates

B. All students wishing to enter First Year Engineering or Surveying courses commencing in 1961 are hereby notified that applications for

Each of these courses is of four years duration, specialized in the later years according to the selected branch of Engineering and aims to qualify for the practice of the Engineering profession. This degree may be taken upon completion of not less than one year of advanced studies and research in the University's Engineering and/or Metallurgy laboratories, after completion of the Bachelor of Engineering Degree course.

Admission to First Year Engineering and Surveying Courses 1961

Procedure to be followed by Applicants

All persons wishing to be considered for admission to the 1st Year Engineering and Surveying Courses in 1961, including those who have previously attempted the 1st Year, should proceed as follows. All students selected for admission to 1st year Engineering in 1961 must complete enrollment and payment of fees in accordance with the procedure described under "Enrollment" below by Friday, February 24, 1961 at the latest. d) Late registrations: Late registrations cannot be considered.

Interviews by Selection Committee

All visiting students from overseas countries (including those who have sat for the Melbourne Matriculation Examination) and all applicants whose qualifications for graduation are not in the form of the Melbourne Matriculation Examination must submit their applications to the Secretary, Technical Department, on or before on Friday, December 23, 1960. ii) All other applicants must submit their applications to the Secretary, Technical Department on or before Friday, January 20, 1961. Applicants for scholarships or other awards whose entry in 1961 is subject to award of any kind of scholarship, the award of which is not announced before Friday, January 20, must NOT await the announcement of such award before submitting an application for admission.

Matriculation

Attention is paid to the following points related to obtaining matura qualifications:. In any case, the Professional Board will be satisfied with the maturity of the candidate.

Faculty Pre-requisites

Candidates with approved technical college diplomas are qualified to matriculate if they have passed the Matriculation Examination in English Expression. All students admitted to the First Year of the Engineering Course in 1961 may be required to be photographed for records.

Enrolment

Instructions for having photos taken (free of charge) at the Visual Aids department will be communicated to students in the first week of the course. c) Role cards for each subject. A role card must be submitted for each subject of the course, and students taking Physics Part I and Chemistry Part IA, or Chemistry Part I (Engineering Science subject) must also submit special role cards for practical work. d) Bank statement for correct rates.

Fees

Upon return of the device and locker key, the balance will be refunded less the value of breakages, etc. For chemistry (engineering course), taken in the laboratory of the North building, the full amount will be retained by the department, as no fees will be charged charged made for reasonable wear and breakage of the device in this case.

Lectures and. Time-table of Lectures

Evening Lectures

Vacation Work

Students from other recognized Universities and Technical Colleges may be admitted by the Head of the Department. An Annual Exam schedule will be available in the Registrar's Office a few weeks before the exam.

Student Guidance Student Counsellor

If the Board of Professors is convinced that the condition or circumstances of a student have changed to such an extent that it is reasonably likely that he will make sufficient progress in a course or subject, he may, after the expiry of one calendar year from the date of the determination of exclusion, authorize that student's admission to such course or subject, and may impose such conditions as it establishes.".

Appointments Board

The Union

Student Facilities

The attention of students is drawn to university units for the training of air force and army personnel. Training Depot; details of the Melbourne University Air Force Squadron can be obtained from Squadron Leader J.

The Colleges of the University

University Halls of Residence

Diary

Recognition of Work done at Technical Colleges

The recognition of geodetic activity is conditional on completed mandatory holiday work in geodetic activity (see p. 78). The lists may subsequently be changed on the recommendation of the Board of Technical Schools.

Table III sets out the Technical Colleges recognized by the Technical Colleges  Board for this purpose and the Diplomas approved
Table III sets out the Technical Colleges recognized by the Technical Colleges Board for this purpose and the Diplomas approved

Scholarships, Bursaries, Prizes and Financial Assistance The Commonwealth Scholarship Scheme

It will be seen that in both cases the gross income of the parents will be higher if there are other children under 16 years of age. The bursaries provide for payment of university fees and for maintenance of students during the term of the bursaries.

Post-graduate Studies and Graduate Schools

C. Fellows hips

REGULATIONS

DEGREES OF BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING AND BACHELOR OF SURVEYING

  • A candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering or the Degree of Bachelor of Surveying shall, after matriculating, pursue his
  • The subjects of the course for each of these Degrees, and the years to which they pertain, shall be as prescribed by the Professorial
  • The Faculty may allow a candidate to substitute for any subject of his course another subject or subjects of a University course which
  • A candidate who obtains honours in any subject of a year may be awarded a prize, exhibition or scholarship in that subject only if at
  • The following prizes, Exhibitions and Scholarships may be awarded at the Honour Examinations and shall be open for competition
  • A candidate who has passed or obtained credit for each year of the course, and completed the work prescribed pursuant to section 3,
  • There shall be a Final Honour Examination in each course
  • At the Final Honour Examinations the following Scholarships shall be open for competition
  • Nothwithstanding anything to the contrary, candidates who have completed the course for and been admitted to the Degree if
  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary hereinbefore con- tained, any person who is enrolled, under the Regulations in force on or

No candidate shall be admitted to a Degree under the provisions of this section unless he has previously passed the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering. Bachelor of Metallurgical Engineering, Bachelor of Chemical Engineering or Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering may, if he complies with the Regulations in force on or before the 31st May 1958, be admitted.

DEGREES OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING AND MASTER OF SURVEYING

  • A person may ` be a candidate* for the degree of Master of Engineering if
  • A person may be a candidate* for the degree of Master of Surveying if he is a Bachelor of Surveying with standing of not less
  • A candidate may not submit for examination work in respect of which he has already qualified for a degree in any University, or,
  • The written report or original designs of Engineering or
  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, any person who is accepted, under the Regulations in force on or before the 31st May,
  • Candidates for the Degree of Master of Engineering Science shall subsequently to the completion of the course for the Degree of
  • The thesis shall be examined in the manner prescribed in Statute XVI Division IV for the examination of theses for higher degrees. The
  • Candidates who have fulfilled the conditions prescribed and have satisfied the Examiners and are Bachelors of at least one year's standing
  • The Faculty shall not admit any person as a candidate for the degree unless in the opinion of the Faculty he has already made sub-
  • A candidate, in submitting his published work and such un -
  • Subject to the Statutes and Regulations of the University, the Faculty shall give directions for the conduct of the examination
  • A candidate whose work as submitted gives evidence of research and ability satisfactory to the examiners and in their opinion constitutes a

XLII, will not be admitted to the Master's program in Engineering without special permission from the faculty.]. With due observance of the statutes and regulations of the university, the faculty provides instructions for conducting the exam.

34;2.1Ø.15 Engineering Mathe-

This course starts in the seventh week of the first semester and runs throughout the year. During the year, each student follows twelve practicals in the subject of Material Strength (alternating weeks).

SUBJECT Geology Part I

TERMS 1, 2

12-1 'Strength of

This topic begins in the seventh week of First Tenn and will continue throughout the year. During the year, each student will participate in twelve laboratory sessions in each of the subjects Strength of Materials and Engineering Materials.

12-1 Engineering Mathe-

11-12 Engineering Prac-

1, 2, 3 Mechanical Engin-

2 3rd Year of Electrical Engineering Course

Electrical 11-12 Engineering (G)

Principles of

For twelve pe ri ode

9-10 Pure Mathematics

Surveying

A) (B).—For Practical Work in Properties of Metals, Part II, and Mechanical Engineering, Part III', classes are divided into Groups A and B, who will be present at the times indicated.

11-12 4th Year of Chemical Engineering Course

ENGINEERING

A.—Courses for the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering

Course for the Degree of Bachelor of Surveying

The rules below apply to practical work in all courses of the programs of the Faculty of Engineering. Pure Mathematics Part II can be accepted in lieu of Geology Part I (Metallurgy Course) upon recommendation of the Head of Department of Metallurgy.

COMBINED COURSES

At the proposal of the Head of the Department of Metallurgy, the subject of chemistry (technical subject) can be accepted instead of part I of chemistry. General performance in previous years of the course may also be considered.

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS (ENGINEERING COURSE)

A course of three lectures and three hours of practice per week, in the fourth year, on the general subject of Farm Power and Machinery. A course of two lectures and three hours of practice per week in the fourth year, on the subject of Farm Buildings and Structures.

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING C

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE (ENGINEERING COURSE)

APPLIED MATHEMATICS SUBJECTS

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PART I (OLD COURSE)

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PART IB (NEW COURSE)

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PART II (OLD COURSE) (To be taken at Royal Melbourne Technical College). CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PART II (NEW COURSE) A course of three lectures per week and three hours of practical work per week throughout the year.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PART III (NEW COURSE)

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY (OLD COURSE)

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (OLD COURSE)

CHEMISTRY PART I

CHEMISTRY (ENGINEERING COURSE)

There will be no practical exam, but the level of the student's laboratory work will be checked continuously throughout the year.

CHEMISTRY PART IIC

For Passes and Honours—one 3-hour paper in physical chemistry, and one 3-hour paper in organic and inorganic chemistry. Students who have not maintained a satisfactory standard in the laboratory course throughout the year will take a practical examination.

CHEMISTRY PART IIIC

Analysis and design of statically indeterminate structures such as trusses, rigid frames, arches and shells. Additional tests may be scheduled during the year; the results of these will be taken into account when evaluating the results of the exams.

DESIGN PROJECT (OLD COURSE)

DESIGN PROJECT (NEW COURSE)

DISCUSSION SESSIONS

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (C) (Mr McCutchan, Mr King-Smith, Professor Moorhouse) (Mr McCutchan, Mr King-Smith, Professor Moorhouse). Three hours a week during the first and second term, on experiments relating to the course of lectures.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (G) (Mr. Brownlee)

A course of two lectures per week during the first and second term with 60 hours of laboratory and practical classroom work. Students who pass this examination may be exempted from further examination, subject to satisfactory practical work.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PART I

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PART II

Mechanical design of rotating machines used in Power Engineering with some consideration of natural vibrations. Transfer of thermal energy by conduction, convection (free and forced) and radiation - development and application of the usual laws together with dimensional analysis and other techniques.

Group II General

There will be four 3-hour assignments, or an equivalent number of hours of shorter assignments, to pass at the end of the year. There will be four 3-hour papers or an equivalent number of hours of shorter papers for Honors at the end of the year.

ELEMENTARY ECOLOGY (Dr. Patton)

Exemption from two of these tasks is given to those who pass the unit tests during the year. The study of soil in the field; their texture, structure and pH.; the nature of the sail profile; elementary mechanical analysis; elementary physics of the earth;.

ENGINEERING PART I

Design of tension and compression elements, beams and girders made of steel, reinforced concrete and wood. Further treatment of vibration problems, theory and design of vessels for internal and external pressures.

ENGINEERING DESIGN (INDUSTRIAL COURSE)

ENGINEERING DESIGN (MINING COURSE)

ENGINEERING MATERIALS

The results of the practical work done during the year will be evaluated as part of the exam. Various Authors-Symposium on the Importance of the Tension Test of Metals in Relation to Design.

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART I

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART IA

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART II (Mr. Barton)

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART III"

Functions defined by integrals and differential equations Bessel and Legendre functions. vi) Functions of a complex variable.

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART IILA

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART IV*

A course of about 30 lectures with periodic practical hours of up to two hours, for Electrical Engineering students. i) Business administration - the study of cost factors, sources of capital and other matters related to industrial activity that concern the practicing engineer. ii) Law-contract, compensation and workers' compensation. iii) Specifications and contracts - from the perspective of buyers, suppliers, consultants or members of standardization bodies. iv) Electrical installation regulations-composition, application and en-. 16. There will be no practical examination, but the second written paper may include questions on practical work.

FLUID' :MECHANICS C

A course of two lectures per week following syllabus (a) (approx. 20 lectures in total), together with practical and tutorial work. Flow of liquids over weirs and in channels; flow of fluids in pipe systems; operating characteristics of hydraulic machines; preparation of some aspects of the curriculum (a).

GEOLOGY PART I

The Library of the Department of Geology is open to students, and advice on the reading of any particular part of the work will be given by members of the staff.

GEOLOGY PART I (METALLURGY COURSE) . A course of three lectures per week, with laboratory and field work (omitting

Nine field trips, two of which can be weekend field trips, and the remaining full-day excursions on Saturdays during the session. Students should make full use of the Geology Department library for reference purposes, and members of staff will assist in selecting appropriate literature.

GEOLOGY PART II (MINING COURSE)

GEOPHYSICS PART I

HYDROLOGY

Prepared by the Hydrologic. Committee of the Hydraulics Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers.).

INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING A

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING B

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING M

Overview of the theory of economic systems, cost analysis and control, principles of estimation, elements of the legal system, contract law, elements of damages, arbitration agency, industrial law, history of development of management, changes in the philosophy of management— specialization—the functional system, functions to be performed by management. For the Final Honors Course there will be a special reading list. issued at the beginning of the year.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, PARТ I

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PARТ II

To pass the course, students must achieve a satisfactory standard in both practical work and written papers.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PARТ III

Final Honors candidates will also be required to submit an essay on an approved topic no later than 21 November. To pass the subject, candidates must achieve a satisfactory standard both in the practical work and in the written papers.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PART IIIA

METALLURGICAL CHEMISTRY

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING PART I

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING PART II

All work done in connection with practical and practical classes and field trips is taken into account in the assessment of the results of the year's work in conjunction with the results of the annual examination. All work done in connection with practical and practical classes and field trips is taken into account in the assessment of the results of the year's work in conjunction with the results of the annual examination.

METALLURGY PART III

All work carried out in connection with practical and guidance classes as well as excursions will be taken into account when assessing the results of the year's work in context. All records made during the year must be retained for submission if required in connection with the annual examination.

METALLURGY FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS

MINERAL INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT

MINING PART I

Candidates may be required to visit mines and other related places. mining at times throughout the year. Candidates may be required to visit mines and other mining related places at times to be arranged during the year.

MINING PART II

Practical work done during the course will be assessed as part of the annual examination. Reference should also be made to Mining and Metallurgical Societies magazines in Australia, England, USA, Canada and South Africa, as well as mining magazines published in these countries.

MINING DESIGN

Assignment reports on practical work and field trips should be indexed and suitably bound in a folder and retained for resubmission on the last day of the Mining Part II examination if required. Assignment reports on practical work should be indexed and suitably bound in a file and retained for resubmission on the last day of the Mining Part II examination if required.

MINING GEOLOGY

ORE DRESSING

Candidates' practical work will be assessed based on the experiments conducted during the course. Reports of practical assignments should be indexed and appropriately bound in a binder and kept for resubmission if necessary on the day of the exam in Ore Dressing.

PHYSICS PART I

PHYSICS PART IIB A course of four 1-hour lecture periods a week

PHYSICS PART II (ENGINEERING COURSE)

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (NEW COURSE)

PRINCIPLES OF APPLIED CHEMISTRY

Dimensioning, flotation, filtration, centrifugal separation, separations based on electrical and magnetic properties, settling of suspensions in liquids and gases. The results of the work done throughout the year will be assessed as part of the annual examination.

PROPERTIES OF METALS

PURE MATHEMATICS SUBJECTS

PURE MATHEMATICS PART II

PURE MATHEMATICS PART III (SURVEYING COURSE)

STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS

Arithmetic examples illustrating the above course, together with the construction and interpretation of control charts in connection with the manufacture of piece parts. In addition, the class will refer to other publications and articles in recent and current engineering journals.

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

General procedure for introducing control technique into production engineering, with illustrations from actual practice.

SURVEYING PART I

There will be no formal practical test; the practical work carried out during the year will be assessed as part of the annual examination. However, any candidate may be required to submit a practical test and resubmit field notes and assignments completed during the course.

SURVEYING PART II

Before starting the course in Surveying Part II, students are required to attend a three-week University Surveying Camp and to spend two weeks under supervision in the Drawing Office of the School of Engineering drawing field notes, or similar experience to be done to the satisfaction of the lecturer, under an approved civil engineer, or licensed surveyor, or geologist. However, any candidate may be asked to submit to a practical test and to resubmit field notes and assignments completed during the course.

SURVEYING PART IIA

However, any candidate may be required to submit a practical test and resubmit field notes and assignments completed during the course.

SURVEYING PART III

TOWN PLANNING

The University of Melbourne LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

FACULTY HANDBOOKS

ANNUAL EXAMINATION PAPERS

PUBLIC AND MATRICULATION EXAMINATION PAPERS

Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hebrew,

Figure

Table III sets out the Technical Colleges recognized by the Technical Colleges  Board for this purpose and the Diplomas approved
Table 1.-Technical Colleges recognized for Single Subject Exemptions§
Table II.—Approved Technical College Equivalents
Table III.—Technical Colleges Recognised and Diplomas Approved  for Two Years' Exemption
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