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The number of students who can be admitted to 1st year courses in Engineering and Land Surveying in 1968 is limited by the University Council.to izo. All students admitted to the first year of engineering in 1968 must be photographed for registration purposes.

SUSPENSION AND LIMITATION FOR UNSATISFACTORY PROGRESS

RECOGNITION OF WORK DONE AT TECHNICAL COLLEGES

Credits equivalent to two years of the University courses mentioned below (Table III) may be given to candidates from Technical Colleges recognized for this purpose (Table IV). Candidates must be specifically recommended by the Principal of the recognized college where an approved diploma course has been completed.

Table  i— Technical Colleges recognized for Single Subject Exemptionst
Table i— Technical Colleges recognized for Single Subject Exemptionst

BLOCK EXEMPTION COURSES FOR 1968

The rules below apply to practical work in all courses of the programs of the Faculty of Engineering. Students in all other courses must complete approved practical experience in the branch of Engineering associated with the course.

VARIATIONS IN COURSES

This can be done at any stage of the course, and not just in the fourth year as specified in the list of subjects.

COMBINED COURSES

PASSING BY YEARS

The above concessions to an ex-serviceman expire at the commencement of his fourth calendar year spent in the Engineering Course after 3i December x945. In determining the courses of students who are permitted under the above regulations to proceed to subjects of a higher year before they have completed the previous year, the Faculty will not allow the following subjects to be taken unless the corresponding prerequisites wash.

EXAMINATIONS

Except for subjects for which special details are published, the syllabus for honors is the same as that for Pass, but the exam for honors must be passed by candidates.

FINAL HONOURS

ENROLMENT

All fees must be paid into the University's account at a National Australia Bank branch. These fees are payable at the National Bank University Branch using a specially stamped bank slip obtained from the Chemistry Laboratory in the Redmond Barry Building or from the Chemistry Department.

LECTURES AND TIME - TABLE OF LECTURES

The laboratory fee for Civil Engineering I covers the laboratory fee for the subject's composite units.

VACATION WORK

Admission to the course is subject to approval by the Head of the Survey Department.

MATRICULATION ROLL

GRADUATION

STUDENT COUNSELLING AND HOUSING

The Student Advice Office is located at 268 Elgin Street, Carlton, next to Swanston Street tram stop. 637, or by calling the Housing Oiice, which is located at 255 Elgin Street, Carlton, across from the Student Counseling Office.

APPOINTMENTS BOARD

They are available during the usual university hours, preferably with, but if necessary without an appointment.

STUDENT FACILITIES

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

Students seeking information should know that, in addition to the card catalog (which should always be consulted first), the Engineering Library contains some general indexes and summaries of technical literature which should be of great help to them, especially in the later part of their courses. A guide to current periodicals is also available, including summaries and indexes of professional literature of a more specialized nature.

THE COLLEGES OF THE UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY HALLS OF RESIDENCE

For further information regarding Halls of Residence, students are referred to the appropriate section of the University's Calendar, and to the custodians of these institutions.

DIARY

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Pure Mathematics I and Applied Mathematics I instead of Engineering Mathematics I (for timetables for Pure and Applied Mathematics see Faculty of Arts Handbook). It may not be possible to substitute Pure and Applied Mathematics due to time table conflicts.

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

(c) Agricultural Engineering Society—a non-professional group open to all interested parties; (d) American Society of Agricultural Engineers; (е) Institution of Agricultural Engineers (UK). The Department of Agricultural Engineering is located on the ground floor, under the Library, and is entered from the road that runs between the Engineering and Metallurgy schools.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

571-2 Chemical Engineering part II 558 Engineering Design part IA 566-3 Engineering Mathematics part ILIA бz3-1 Metallurgical Engineering part I 573 Physical Chemistry. 1 Students who enroll in 1968 for the fourth year of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry are required from 4 March to take a preliminary course in Fortran Programming.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

555-1 Applied Thermodynamics Part I 556-1 Dynamics of Machines Part I 557-1 Electrical Engineering Part IA 558-1 'Engineering Design Part I 553-z Engineering Mathematics Part II 559 Engineering Materials. 2 Students entering fourth year Civil Engineering in 1968 must take an introductory course in Fortran programming beginning March 4th.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

555-1 Applied Thermodynamics part I 591-1 Electrical Engineering part I 558-1 Engineering Design part I 553-2 Engineering Mathematics part II 559 Engineering Materials. 555-1 Applied thermodynamics part I 556-1 Dynamics of machines part I 557-1 Electrical Engineering part IA 558-1 'Engineering design part I 553-2 Engineering mathematics part II 559 Engineering materials.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Undergraduate Training

558-2 Engineering design part II 66-z 'Engineering mathematics part II(B) 566-3 Engineering mathematics part IIIA 56o-z Mechanics of solids part II boz-1 Production. 553-2 Engineering mathematics part II 560-1 Mechanics of solids part I 554.2 Physics part II (Engineering course) THIRD YEAR.

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

The Metallurgical Engineering course is recognized by the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and the Institution of Engineers, Australia. This course is optional for Metallurgical Engineering students, but is recommended as useful preparation for fourth year studies.

MINING ENGINEERING AND MINERAL ENGINEERING

In the Mining Engineering course, the first two years lay the foundation of chemistry, physics, mathematics and general engineering subjects and are identical to the first two years of the Civil Engineering course. The first two years lay the foundations of physics, chemistry, mathematics, geology, general engineering and materials science and are almost identical to the first two years of the Metallurgical Engineering course.

SURVEYING

Additional subject which can be taken with the approval of the Department Head of Mining, provided performance in First Year subjects, including Engineering Mathematics 1, is satisfactory. A degree in Surveying qualifies the graduate for Associate Membership of the Institute of Surveyors, Australia, and, after two years' professional experience, such an Associate may progress to Corporate Membership.

DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (Not available for new students in 1968)

2 An introductory course in Fortran programming for students entering the fourth year in 1968 begins on March 4th. This course is optional for surveying students but is recommended as useful preparation for 4th year studies.

STAFF OF NON-ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTS CHEMISTRY (ENGINEERING COURSE)

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

PHYSICS (ENGINEERING COURSE)

STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS

564. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

ENGINEERING COURSE)

Drainage: surface, underground and deep systems for agricultural land, waste water and sewerage; flow networks in relation to drainage. Erosion control: land use and classification, water and wind erosion control measures, flood reduction and river improvement.

561. AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE (ENGINEERING COURSE)

555-1. APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS PART I

555 - 2. APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS PART II

232-1. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Organizational Behaviour)

232-2. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Business Planning and Control)

232-3. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Business Decisions)

571-1. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PARТ I

571-2. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PART II

571-3. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PART III

All work done in connection with practical and practice classes and tutorials can be taken into account in the assessment of the results of the Annual Examination. All work done in connection with practical classes and tutorials can be taken into account when assessing the results of the Annual Examination.

575. CHEMICAL INDUSTRY ORGANIZATION

Theory and practice of industrial reactor design, viewed from the background of mass and heat transfer and chemical kinetics. An all-day test in section (d) and other tests may be held at the discretion of the examiners during the year.

576. CHEMICAL PLANT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

ideal gas equation; real gases and deviations from ideality; van der Waals equation; liquefaction of gases and critical phenomena. Measurement of radioactivity; properties of radioactive isotopes and their use in some typical chemical problems.

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

component systems; solutions; the properties of gas-gas, gas-liquid. liquid-liquid and solid-liquid systems. Note: Detailed formulation of the first law of thermodynamics and the kinetic theory of gases is not presented, but is assumed to be known from the reporting in Physics I.

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Gases: ideal and real gases; kinetic theory of gases,* deviations from ideal gas behavior and interpretation in terms of modification of kinetic theory postulates; van der Waals' equation; critical condition; liquefaction. Note: Detailed formulation of the is law of thermodynamics and the kinetic theory of gases will not be presented, but will be assumed to be known from coverage in Physics I. Students not taking physics will from a reading list provided to cover these topics to an appropriate level.

362-3. CHEMISTRY PART II C

Each student's practical work is continuously assessed throughout the year and taken into account in determining the success of candidates in the annual examination. Students who have not achieved a satisfactory level in the laboratory course throughout the year must take a practical exam.

The results of the practical work carried out during the year will be assessed as part of the exam.

583-2. CIVIL ENGINEERING PART II

No student will be admitted to the final examination without evidence of adequate laboratory and drawing police work, which will be assessed in determining the examination results. Additional tests can be taken during the year; the results thereof can be taken into account when assessing exam results.

652. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

601. DATA PROCESSING AND COMPUTERS

577-1. DISCUSSION SESSIONS PART I

577-2. DISCUSSION SESSIONS PART II

556-1. DYNAMICS OF MACHINES PART I

556-2. DYNAMICS OF MACHINES PART II

602. DYNAMICS AND FLUID MECHANICS

To pass the course, students must reach a sufficient level, both in the practical work and in the written paper. a) Vibrations: General vibration equations à,.d their solution.

562-1. EARTH SCIENCE A

Laboratory work is assessed and if the result is unsatisfactory, a practical exam is taken. Laboratory work is assessed and if the result is unsatisfactory, a practical exam is taken.

557-1. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PART I A

557-2. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING II A

Candidates who score satisfactorily will be exempted from further examination in this section of the course.

607. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PART II C

591-2. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PART II (E)

591-3. ELECTRICAL' ENGINEERING PART II (P)

No student will be admitted to the final exam without proof of completed laboratory work, which will be evaluated when deciding on exam results.

591-4. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PART III

Work carried out during the year on design projects will be given due weight in assessing the standard of all candidates. Work carried out during the year on design projects will be given due weight in assessing the standard of all candidates.

559. ENGINEERING MATERIALS

When assessing the result of the annual examination, all work that has been done in connection with practical work, exercise sheets and tests is taken into account. At the start of the year some knowledge is required of at least two of: Sawyer, W. Anchor Books.).

566-1. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART II A

566-2. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART II B

553-3. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART III

566 - 3. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PART III A

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

A course of two lectures per week following syllabus t (about so lectures total) together with practical and tutorial work. There will be no practical exam, but the written paper may include questions about the practical work.

563-2. FLUID MECHANICS S

Flow of fluids over weirs and in channels; flow of fluids in pipe systems; operating characteristics of hydraulic machinery; elaboration of some aspects of syllabus i.

563-3. FLUID MECHANICS C

There will be no practical exam, but written papers may include questions on practical work.

633. GEOCHEMISTRY (MINERAL ENGINEERING COURSE)

373 - 1. GEOLOGY PART I

The library of the Department of Geology is open to students and advice on reading. There are several well-illustrated introductory textbooks on Physical Geology available for general reference in the reserve section of the departmental library.

621. GEOLOGY PART I (METALLURGY)

Several well-illustrated introductory textbooks on physical geology are available for the general public. reference in the spare part of the library. There are several well-illustrated introductory physical geology textbooks available for general use in the library reserve.

631. GEOLOGY PART II (MINERAL)

The bus fare cover levy, the amount of which will be published in the department, should be paid to the national bank with a special bank certificate stamp, which can be obtained from the department office. Students should fully use the library of the Geological Department for reference purposes, and colleagues will help them in choosing appropriate literature.

614. HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE (ENGINEERING COURSE)

Two hours per week throughout the year will be devoted to practical demonstration and seminar discussion of the material covered in the lectures. Prepared by the Hydrological Committee of the Hydraulics Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers.).

604. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Please note: the exam for part (a) is part of the whole and is the same as for the mentioned course 606 Operational Research. Please note: the exams of parts (a), (b) and (c) of this course are part of the whole and are equal to those of the individual units of study.

657. LAW OF PROPERTY IN LAND A course of about ro-rz lectures

600. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Alternative books may be approved by the lecturer and many others will be referred to during the course. Each candidate's examination performance, together with practical work and special project assessments, will be taken into account in deciding the results.

560-2. MECHANICS OF SOLIDS PART II

All practical work is taken into account and reports made during the year must be retained for submission by the examiners.

622. METALLURGICAL CHEMISTRY

623-1. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING PART I

All work done in connection with practical work and practice classes will be taken into account when assessing the results of the year's work in conjunction with the results of the Annual Examination. All records made during the year must be retained for submission if necessary in connection with the Annual Examination.

623-2. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING PART II

623-3. METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING PART III

All work done in connection with practical work, practice lessons 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 records made during the year should be retained for submission if required in connection with the annual survey.

624-1. METALLURGY PART I

Attendance at this is con•. considered part of the year's work, and a report must be written on each visit. All work done in connection with practical and practical classes and excursions will be taken into account in the assessment of the results of the Annual Examination.

572. METALLURGY PART I A

Tests throughout the year and two 3-hour papers for Pass and Honours; a one-day practical examination may be taken. All records prepared during the year must be preserved for submission, if necessary, in connection with the Annual Examination.

624-3. METALLURGY PART III

All work done in practical and tutoring classes and field trips will be taken into account in assessing the results of the annual examination. Practical work carried out during the course will be assessed as part of the annual examination.

632-2. MINERAL ENGINEERING PART II

The results of the annual test must be based on the assessment of performance not only in the written assignments, but also in practical lessons and practical work. Candidates may be required to visit mines and other mining sites at times arranged throughout the year.

635. MINING PART IA

Journal of the Chemical, Metallurgical and Mining Society of South Africa, Vol. a, no. so, part z, April 1952.). The course consists of two hours of lectures and two hours of practical work per week throughout most of the year.

603-1. PRODUCTION ENGINEERING PART I

603-2. PRODUCTION ENGINEERING PART II

PURE MATHEMATICS SUBJECTS

To pass the course, candidates must reach a satisfactory level in both the practical work and the written paper.

582-1. SURVEYING PАRТ 1

However, each candidate may be required to submit to a practical test and resubmit field notes and assignments of work performed during the course.

567. SURVEYING (AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING)

582-2. SURVEYING PART II

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.

646. SURVEYING PART II (MINING COURSE)

582-3. SURVEYING PART III

584. TOWN PLANNING (CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING)

HIGHER DEGREES

GRADUATE SCHOOL IN CIVIL ENGINEERING FULL-TIME ONE YEAR COURSES LEADING TO DEGREE OF MASTER OF

ENGINEERING SCIENCE

Candidates will be required to take a major unit of formal course work in one of the subjects offered and a minor unit in one of the remaining subjects. Courses in Construction Engineering and Management will be given subject to staff availability and will be offered as a small unit in 1968 only.

FEES

Application for admission should be addressed to the Registrar, University of Melbourne, Parkville зосг Victoria.

GRANTS FROM RESEARCH FUNDS

The value of research grants ranges from $1 to $1,750 per year (plus mandatory annual fees). The University of Melbourne has established five research scholarships, of which a maximum of two can be senior scholarships.

DEGREE OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE

REGULATION 3.72

DEGREE OF MASTER OF SURVEYING SCIENCE

DEGREES OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING AND MASTER OF SURVEYING

DEGREE OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING AND MASTER OF RESEARCH. a) has provided satisfactory evidence to the Faculty of having spent not less than five years acquiring proficiency in Surveying since completing his Bachelor's degree, provided that an applicant has completed first or second class honors in Surveying Part III and photogrammetry for his surveying training, the minimum duration is three years; And. i) a thesis or a written report on his practical experience (with necessary plans), or (ii) published work in Surveying or unpublished work in Surveying in his opinion. A candidate may not submit to the examination work for which he is already qualified for a degree at a university, or, without the permission of the faculty, work previously submitted for such a degree.

DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

The candidate must also satisfy the examiners in such written, oral or practical examinations as may be required by the Board on the recommendation of the examiners. If the head of the relevant department is not an examiner, he will not have a vote.' 7.

EXAMINATION OF THESES FOR HIGHER DEGREES

The following table provides a summary of the awards available to engineering students at entry, undergraduate and postgraduate level. In addition to the awards listed above, students of geodesy are also offered the following.

LIST OF SUBJECTS

1968 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING HANDBOOK

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

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Table  i— Technical Colleges recognized for Single Subject Exemptionst
Table  II—continued

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