Activities

Students Field Trip to Darwaza City

posted May 23, 2017, 1:10 PM by Sardasht Sardar

On Wednesday may 17th, 2017 students of civil engineering department had a visit to Darwaza City in Sulaymaniah.
The project consists of 31 multi story buildings with number of Storeys varies from 14 to 20. The students focused on the system of water supply and sewer pipes of the project, inside the buildings and outside the buildings.
Furthermore students focused on the safety system used and implemented by the companies. Three site Engineers accompanied the students , two civil engineer and one mechanical engineer.
Finally, students supervisor Ms Zeren thanked the staff of the project for their great cooperation.

UD2017- Civil Engineering Department

posted May 10, 2017, 1:18 PM by Sardasht Sardar   [ updated May 10, 2017, 1:47 PM ]

On Saturday, April 22nd, 2017, Annually, Komar University of Science and Technology held University Day 2017. In which the best qualified projects present to the public.

The event started at 10:00AM with a speech from the president of Komar University of Science and Technology. Then openng the new mosque of Komar University. After that the guests had a tour around the campus to see the scientific and social projects.

Traditionally, the projects were including new ideas to be implemented on the ground. All the projects were evaluated by their supervisors in order to be participated in the UD2017.

Many people from different cities, high school students and students’ family members were among the attendees of the event.

Civil Engineering Department had nearly 26 scientific projects. The projects were explained by the student to the visitors.











CVE Students of KUST training session in Lafarge_Sulaymanyah

posted Feb 21, 2017, 6:12 AM by Sardasht Sardar   [ updated Feb 21, 2017, 6:17 AM ]

On Tuesday February 7th 2017 students of Komar University of Science and Technology participated in a Concrete Test Practical Work Training. The training was prepared by the Lafarge Academy. Zhiran Taha had participated in the training as a CVE student. "The training was very useful because of the training had a theoretical and practical part" Zhiran Taha said.
The training was presented by Mr Karwan Asaad Concrete Lab. Officer,  Mr Karwan Ahmad Concrete Lab. Technician, and Mr Azad Omar – Technician Support Manager.
Finally, A Lafarge Academy passed certificates to the participants.










Field Trip to Azady Company

posted Jan 23, 2017, 9:04 AM by Sardasht Sardar

On December 20th , 2016, F12- students of Civil Engineering Department/ Komar University of Science and Technology had a visit to Azady Industries Company for Galvanized and steel frames in Tanjaro Industrial Area 2. The visit aimed to see practically how structural steel sections and galvanized transmission towers are cut, bolted or welded, assembled and put in practical use.

The field trip was managed by CVE department under the supervision of Prof Dr Jalal Ahmed Saeed the instructor of Structural Systems Course which is taken by F12- CVE Students. The chief executive director of the company Engineer Dilshad Muhammed Shakir had accompanied the group of students in order to explain the manufacturing, constructing and installation processes.

Performance of CFT (Concrete Filled Steel Tube) Connection in Seismic Hazard Situation

posted Dec 12, 2016, 10:23 PM by Sardasht Sardar

On November 23rd, 2016 Mr Sardasht Sardar a coordinator of CVE/ Komar university of science and technology held a seminar titled "Performance of CFT (Concrete Filled Steel Tube) Connection in Seismic Hazard Situation".

The Seminar Aims to explain the performance of composite structure under varying seismic hazard situation. He clarified that as the application of performance-based seismic design begins to get root, new structural concepts need to  be developed. Concrete filled steel tube (CFT) can be considered as a typical construction hybrid system since CFT combines both the advantages of ductility associates with steel structure with the stiffness of concrete components. 

The typical welded steel moment frame connection used in seismically active zone failed to provide the expected ductility. Recently, bolted connections have become popular among other types of connections.  Providing robustness of the connection would be increased by replacing bolted rods with shape memory alloy (SMA) bars.

Finally, the appreciation letter upon the success of the seminar had been awarded by Dr Jalal a Vise President of Academic Affairs.



Competition between Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering

posted Dec 12, 2016, 9:55 PM by Sardasht Sardar   [ updated Dec 12, 2016, 9:58 PM ]

 

On December 6, 2016, a competition was held between students from the Department of Civil Engineering and students from the Department of Computer Engineering as part of the constantly ongoing entertainment activities at KUST. Five students from each department triggered the event by asking such questions as Zhiran Taha, Ayub Qadir, Soma Jaza, Evan Arsalan and Basak Mohammed from civil engineering as Rawezh Yasin, Wlyan Kamaran, Mohammed Ismail, Lawk Mohammed and Ahmed Hussein from Computer Engineering also asked theirs.  The competition commenced with a number of general questions on various disciplines including science, mathematics, space and Kurdistan.  Every participant who answered a question correctly earned 2 points.
The one-hour competition engaged 200 students from all departments.  The students said that they had great fun participating and that it was both an entertaining and an educating experience at the same time. The conclusion of the event met a big round of applause as the Civil Engineering students won the day with a total score of 21 points, leaving the Computer Engineering students one and a half points short of getting even.



CVE Students field trip to Arbat Landfill

posted Dec 12, 2016, 9:46 PM by Sardasht Sardar

On December 11th, 2016 students of Civil engineering department/ Komar university of science and Technology had a visit to Arbat landfill. The visit aims to gain practical experience by the students of waste water – water resource.

The field trip was managed by CVE department under the supervision of Ms Zeren Jamal a faculty member of CVE. A group of staff of Sulaimanyah Municipality had accompanied the student in order to explain the existence feature and construction processes.

The landfill was under construction and it was designed to be used for 25 years with a capacity of 400  - 450 Tons /day. The landfill is designed to collect the solid waste of Said Sadeq, Sharazor and Halabjai Shahed areas.

Komar University of Science and Technology thanked the Directorate of the project, especially the Sulaimanyah Municipality staff for their cooperation and help.  

CVE students Lecture tour/ Ishik University

posted Nov 29, 2016, 1:32 PM by Sardasht Sardar

The tour started at 13:00 and ended at 14:00 on November 27,2016.  The main objective of the tour was to introduce a new environment to the students.

At the beginning students had been welcomed by Mr. Ilham (Head of Civil Engineering/Ihik Uni). After that the students had a tour inside the different areas of the campus. Students had seen the small laboratory and the drawing labs.

The students started their first session of the lecture which has been presented by Mr. Kianush Abdulla (Civil engineering department/Suli University). The subject was about Influence line of statically determinate structure. Before the second session started, the students had a coffee break and enjoyed nice and cold weather in the small beautiful garden. The second session continued till the end of the tour. Finally, the head of civil engineering promised to arrange a tour for Ishik University students to KUST in order to make the cooperation on the ground.

Civil Engineering Students Visit Dukan Dam

posted Nov 24, 2016, 1:33 AM by Aree Ali   [ updated Dec 12, 2016, 9:49 PM by Sardasht Sardar ]

On Monday, November 21, 2016, the students of Civil Engineering Department at Komar University of Science and Technology have visited the Dukan Dam as a part of Water Resources Curriculum. 
Dr Yaseen Ahmed, the lecturer of the Water Resources course, arranged the field trip and coordination with authorities of the Dukan Dam. This trip was essential to enhance the student’s knowledge about water resources management by connecting the theoretical in-class lectures and real-life implementation of water resources management. It also highlighted the application of hydraulic structures.
Students visited different parts of the Dam and provided with detailed information about the construction, type and structure of the dam. The employees of the Dukan Dam demonstrated the function and operation of this critical structure.
Komar University of Science and Technology thanked the Directorate of Dukan Dam, especially Engineer Mr. Salam for his cooperation and help.







Water Treatment Plants .(Elements and Construction).Sulaimania WTP: A Case Study

posted Nov 23, 2016, 11:00 AM by Sardasht Sardar   [ updated Nov 23, 2016, 11:05 AM ]





Dr. Ako Rashed, head of CVE department held a seminar about "water treatment plants" on November 14,2016 at Komar university of science and technology.In the seminar Dr.Ako focused 
on the water treatment plants elements . Traditional treatment plants follows specific treatment units , flash mixers , classifiers , filters , chlorination tanks . For simplifying , Doukan water treatment plants  12000 m3 / day  used as a case study. 












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