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Overview

The Mechanical Power and Refrigeration Department is dedicated to achieving the following objectives:

  • To prepare specialized technical labor in the fields of mechanical power and refrigeration so that they meet the requirements of all governmental and private sectors. This is realized through regular educational and special training programs that lead to the required outcome.
  • To offer engineering and technical consultation and to conduct applied researches in the field of mechanical power and, refrigeration and other related-fields; This, in turn, helps to improve the performance levels in the industrial organizations.
  • To develop the scientific and professional potentialities of the teaching, staff through engineering and technical research activities.
Majors

The department offers two areas of specialization:

  • Mechanical Power Technology

    This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.”



    Educational Objectives:


    The program aims at giving the students the knowledge and technological skills that prepare them to:

    • Function effectively as technicians in the mechanical power field of engineering technology, (dismantle, assemble, specify, install, operate, test, troubleshoot, and maintain mechanical power equipment/systems)
    • Solve problems related to the workplace through application of their technical capabilities in mechanical engineering technology.
    • Communicate clearly and effectively orally and in writing,
    • Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior, and
    • Continue their professional advancement through life-long learning opportunities and in-service training.

    MPT Outcomes:


    The mechanical power technology program helps the students to attain, by the time of graduation, the following capabilities:

    1. I. Student Outcomes:
      1. a. Apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mechanical engineering technology to narrowly defined engineering technology activities.
      2. b. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and technology to mechanical engineering technology problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge.
      3. c. An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements, and to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments.
      4. d. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.
      5. e. An ability to identify, analyze and solve narrowly-defined engineering technology problems.
      6. f. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
      7. g. An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
      8. h. An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities, including a respect of diversity.
      9. i. A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
    2. II. Specific Program Outcomes:
      1. 1. An ability to apply program principles for basic fluid/thermal/mechanical systems in the fields of power generation, petroleum refineries, fluid power, plant operation and maintenance.
      2. 2.  An ability to apply program principles to specification, installation, testing, operation, maintenance and documentation of basic fluid/thermal/mechanical systems.

    • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Program

      Program Educational Objectives


      The ACRT program provides its graduates with the necessary knowledge, abilities, skills, and attributes that qualify them to achieve within 2-3 years of graduation the following objectives:

      1. 1. Perform satisfactorily as technicians in the field of HVAC&R engineering technology (Dismantle, assemble, install, operate, test, troubleshoot, and maintain HVACR equipment/systems); 
      2. 2. Solve problems related to the workplace through application of their technical capabilities in HVAC&R engineering technology;
      3. 3. Communicate effectively in oral, written, and graphical forms;
      4.  
      5. 4. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior as well as respect for diversity; and
      6. 5. Pursue life-long learning through higher education, continuous professional development, and in-service training.

      Student Outcomes


      The ACRT program helps the students to attain by the time of graduation the following capabilities:

      General Student Outcomes:

      1. a. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of HVAC-R technology to narrowly defined engineering technology activities.
      2. b. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and technology to HVAC-R engineering technology problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge.
      3. c. An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements, and to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments.
      4. d. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.
      5. e. An ability to identify, analyze and solve narrowly-defined engineering technology problems.
      6. f. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
      7. g. An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
      8. h. An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities, including a respect of diversity.
      9. i. A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

      Program Specific Student Outcomes:

      1. 1. An ability to utilize air-conditioning processes, thermal load calculations, ventilation principles, pipe and duct design, system controls, system components, refrigeration, and computerized energy evaluation methods in system design.
      2. 2. An ability to apply principles of mathematics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and psychrometric to HVACR systems.
    Laboratories

    Mechanical Power and Refrigeration Department has a variety of workshops and laboratories necessary to meet its requirements and to achieve its applied educational philosophy through the integration between theoretical study and practice.

    • Control laboratory
    • Refrigeration and A/C Troubleshooting laboratory
    • Refrigeration laboratory
    • Air-conditioning laboratory
    • Applied mechanics laboratory
    • Vibration & theory of machines laboratory
    • Fluid mechanics laboratory
    • Pumps and compressors laboratory
    • Internal-combustion machines laboratory
    • Turbines and steam boilers laboratory
    • Pumps and compressors workshop
    • Basic skills workshop and Projects workshop
    • Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning equipment workshop
    • Diesel engines workshop
    • Gasoline engines workshop
    • Pipes and valves workshop
    • Central air-conditioner equipment workshop
    Courses Offered

    The department offers the following courses:


    General Core courses (21 Credits)


    Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours
    101/30 English language (1)   3 6
    103/64 Engineering Drawing   2 4
    105/64 Workshop Technology   1 3
    105/76 Mathematics (1)   3 4
    106/76 Mathematics (2) 105/76 3 4
    113/56 Basic Physics   3 4
    170/30 English language (2) 101/30 3 4
    182/69 Computers   3 4



    General Coplementary Courses (6 Credits)


    Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours
    101/1 Islamic Culture   2 2
    252/64 Industrial Management   2 2
    298/81 Idustrial Safety   2 2



    General Elective Courses (3 Credits)


    Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours
    104/10 Reseach and Libraries   1 2
    104/22 Enterpreneurship Mansgement   1 2
    110/8 Physical Education   1 2
    112/3 Work Ethics and Loyalty   3 3
    114/15 Industrial Psychology   2 2
    141/7 Art Education (1)   1 2
    142/7 Art Education (2) 141/7 1 2
    151/13 Music Education   1 2
    164/21 Accounting   2 2
    166/25 Industrial Economics   2 2
    201/65 Automotive Mechanics   2 3



    Power technology Major: (Major compulsory: 21 Credits , Major elective: 6 Credits)


    Course Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours Type
    111/66 Statics and Strength of Materials   3 4 Major compulsory
    112/66 Machine Elements   3 4 Major compulsory
    120/66 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics 113/56 3 4 Major compulsory
    126/66 Measurements and Control Technology   2 3 Major compulsory
    131/66 Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 105/76 3 4 Major compulsory
    180/66 Engines Workshop   3 7 Major compulsory
    182/66 Fuels and Lubricants   1 1 Major Elective
               
    200/66 Field Training (1) 101/30 2 8 Major compulsory
    212/66 Theory of Machines 112/66 3 4 Major Elective
    213/66 Mechanical Vibrations 112/66 3 4 Major Elective
    221/66 Fluid Machinery 120/66 3 4 Major compulsory
    230/66 Basics of Heat Transfer   3 4 Major compulsory
    232/66 Power Stations 131/66 3 4 Major compulsory
    233/66 Heat Exchangers 230/66 3 4 Major Elective
    236/63 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 131/66 3 4 Major Elective
    240/66 Internal Combustion Engines 131/66 3 4 Major compulsory
    281/66 Fluid Machinery Workshop   3 7 Major compulsory
    285/66 Prpjects 221/66 2 6 Major compulsory
    290/63 Electricity for Mechanical Engineering   3 4 Major compulsory
    291/66 Computer Applications 182/69 3 6 Major compulsory
    300/66 Field Training (2) 200/66 4 16 Major copulsory
    322/66 Fluid Power 120/66 3 4 Major Elective
    323/66 Piping Technology (MC: 21 Credits , ME: 6 Credits) 3 4 Major Elective
    334/66 Desalination Technology 230/66 3 4 Major Elective
    341/66 Steam and Gas Turbines 131/66 3 4 Major compulsory
    342/66 Industrial Pollution 240/66 3 4 Major Elective
    382/66 Mechanical Maintenance 281/66 2 3 Major compulsory
    384/66 Professional Communication and Site Visits 101/30 2 4 Major Elective



    Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology: (Major compulsory: 21 Credits , Major elective: 6 Credits)


    Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours Type
    109/63 Measurement Technology   3 4 Major Elective
    113/66 Statics   3 4 Major Elective
    121/66 Applied Fluid Mechanics   3 4 Major compulsory
    132/66 Engineering Thermodynamics   3 4 Major compulsory
    140/63 Fundamentals of Refrigeration   3 4 Major compulsory
    200/63 Field Training (1) 101/30 2 8 Major compulsory
    225/63 Valves and Piping Technology 121/63 3 4 Major Elective
    231/66 Fundamentals of Heat Transfer 105/76 3 4 Major compulsory
    234/63 Heat Exchangers 231/66 3 4 Major Elective
    235/63 Steam Generators and Heating Systems 132/66 3 4 Major Elective
    245/63 Refrigeration Systems 140/63 3 4 Major compulsory
    246/63 Industrial Refrigeration 140/63 3 4 Major Elective
    250/63 Fundamentals of Air Conditioning   3 4 Major compulsory
    253/63 Chilled Water A/C Systems 250/63 3 4 Major Elective
    255/63 Air Conditioning & Distribution Systems 250/63 3 4 Major compulsory
    258/63 Basic Skill Workshop   2 6 Major compulsory
    259/63 Electricity for HVAC & Refrigeration   3 4 Major compulsory
    261/61 Installations and Maintenance 258/63 3 7 Major compulsory
    262/63 Troubleshooting 259/63 3 4 Major compulsory
    263/63 Professional Communication and Site Visits   2 4 Major Elective
    271/63 Fundamentals of HVAC&R Control   3 4 Major compulsory
    272/63 HVAC&R Control Systems 271/63 3 4 Major compulsory
    273/63 Control Applications 271/63 3 4 Major Elective
    280/63 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Drafting 103/64 2 4 Major compulsory
    300/63 Field Training (2) 200/63 4 16 Major compulsory
    335/63 Thermal Load Estimation 231/63 3 4 Major compulsory
    364/63 Prpjects 258/63 2 4 Major Elective
    390/63 Computer Applications 255/63 2 4 Major compulsory
    Faculty Members

    Faculty member name Job title room bulding Tel Number/EXT PAAET email
    Abdullatif Eisa Ben-nakhi Professor 133 23 4229 ae.bennakhi@paaet.edu.kw
    Mohamad Hamad Al-Hajeri Professor 129 23 4248 mh.alhajeri@paaet.edu.kw
    Mohamed AbdelManeim Mahmoud Associate Professor 104 23 4244 mam.mahmoud@paaet.edu.kw
    Mohamed ElSayed Mosaad Associate Professor 113 23 4225 me.mosaad@paaet.edu.kw
    Ali Falah AlAjmi Associate Professor 160 23 4219 af.alajmi@paaet.edu.kw
    Abdullah Mohammad AlFarsi Assistant Professor 159 23 4214 am.alfarsi@paaet.edu.kw
    Mohamed Gharib Zedan Assistant Professor 126 23 4211 mg.zedan@paaet.edu.kw
    Adel Ahmed Kamel Assistant Professor 141 23 4228 aa.kamel@paaet.edu.kw
    Sayed Shehata Mohammad Assistant Professor 121 23 4230 ss.mohammad@paaet.edu.kw
    Hosny Zeid AbouZiyan Assistant Professor 115 23 4224 hz.abouziyan@paaet.edu.kw
    MohamedElAmin Ahmed Eleshaky Assistant Professor 116 23 4223 ma.eleshaky@paaet.edu.kw
    Ahmad Yousef Kalendar Assistant Professor 169 23 4210 ay.kalendar@paaet.edu.kw
    Rashed Mohsen ALajmi Assistant Professor 161 23 4218 rm.alajmi@paaet.edu.kw
    Mutlaq Mohammed ALmutairi Assistant Professor   23   mm.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
    Khalid Abdullah Alkhulaifi Assistant Professor 117 23 4236 ka.alkhulaifi@paaet.edu.kw
    Waleed Hashem Alrefae Assistant Professor 165 23 4221 wh.alrefae@paaet.edu.kw
    Ali Yaseen Alharbi Assistant Professor 114 23 4235 ay.alharbi@paaet.edu.kw
    Jaber Hmoud Almutairi Assistant Professor 167 23 4205 jh.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
    Abdulrahim Yousef Kalendar Assistant Professor 162/143 23 4200/4232 ay.kalendar1@paaet.edu.kw
    Hamid Amin Alawadi Assistant Professor 166 23 4203 ha.alawadi@paaet.edu.kw
    Ahmad Qutanan AlAnezi Assistant Professor 137 23 4227 aq.alanezi@paaet.edu.kw
    Hamad Hamdan AlMutairi Assistant Professor 108 23 4231 hhh.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
    Issa Fadel AlMesri Assistant Professor 155 23 4249 if.almesri@paaet.edu.kw
    Bader Mohammed AlKandari Assistant Professor 118 23 4248 bm.alkandari@paaet.edu.kw
    Ali Mubarak Almoli Assistant Professor 139 23 4231 am.almoli@paaet.edu.kw
    Yousuf AbdulRazzaq AlHendal Assistant Professor 132 23 4202 ya.alhendal@paaet.edu.kw
    Mosab Abdullah Alrahmani Assistant Professor 154 23 4134 ma.alrahmani@paaet.edu.kw
    Mohammad Khaled Alhamli Assistant Professor 105 23 4259 mk.alhamli@paaet.edu.kw
    Sami Mohamed alkulaib Lecturer 13 1 4025 sm.alkulaib@paaet.edu.kw
    Rafik Mohamed ElShiaty Lecturer 173 23 4220 rm.elshiaty@paaet.edu.kw
    Khaled Yoosef Alfuhaid Lecturer 134 23 4226 ky.alfuhaid@paaet.edu.kw
    Adel Ali Alhabeshi Lecturer 127 23 4171 aa.alhabeshi@paaet.edu.kw
    Raed Ibraheem Alsaleh Lecturer 168 23 4216 ri.alsaleh@paaet.edu.kw
    Fuad Ahmad Albusairi Lecturer 153 23   fa.albusairi@paaet.edu.kw
    Aboelyazeid Mohamed Koluib Lecturer 157 23 4241 am.koluib@paaet.edu.kw
    Saad M Almukmash Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 140 23 4215 sm.almukmash@paaet.edu.kw
    Hamad Mohammad AlHajeri Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 109 23 4247 hm.alhajeri@paaet.edu.kw
    Abdulrahman Hussain Alenizi Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 125 23 4234 ah.alenizi@paaet.edu.kw
    AbdulRahman Soud AlMutairi Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 32 23 4206 asa.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
    Abdulwahab Ibrahim Alhashem Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 147 23 4207 ai.alhashem@paaet.edu.kw
    Sultan AlShareef Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 123 23 4238 sm.alshareef@paaet.edu.kw
    Talal Eid Alotaibi Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 109 23 4247 te.alotaibi@paaet.edu.kw
    Abdulrahman Amin Alawadi Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 142 23 4237 aa.alawadi@paaet.edu.kw
    Eshaq Abdelraheem Ali Trainer (A) 53 23 4245 ea.ali@paaet.edu.kw
    Mohammad Saad Albannaq Trainer (A) 138 23 4243 ms.albannaq@paaet.edu.kw
    Faisel Mohamad Aldahi Trainer (A) 35   4171 fm.aldahi@paaet.edu.kw
    Overview

    The Mechanical Power and Refrigeration Department is dedicated to achieving the following objectives:

    • To prepare specialized technical labor in the fields of mechanical power and refrigeration so that they meet the requirements of all governmental and private sectors. This is realized through regular educational and special training programs that lead to the required outcome.
    • To offer engineering and technical consultation and to conduct applied researches in the field of mechanical power and, refrigeration and other related-fields; This, in turn, helps to improve the performance levels in the industrial organizations.
    • To develop the scientific and professional potentialities of the teaching, staff through engineering and technical research activities.
    Majors

    The department offers two areas of specialization:

    • Mechanical Power Technology

      This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.”



      Educational Objectives:


      The program aims at giving the students the knowledge and technological skills that prepare them to:

      • Function effectively as technicians in the mechanical power field of engineering technology, (dismantle, assemble, specify, install, operate, test, troubleshoot, and maintain mechanical power equipment/systems)
      • Solve problems related to the workplace through application of their technical capabilities in mechanical engineering technology.
      • Communicate clearly and effectively orally and in writing,
      • Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior, and
      • Continue their professional advancement through life-long learning opportunities and in-service training.

      MPT Outcomes:


      The mechanical power technology program helps the students to attain, by the time of graduation, the following capabilities:

      1. I. Student Outcomes:
        1. a. Apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mechanical engineering technology to narrowly defined engineering technology activities.
        2. b. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and technology to mechanical engineering technology problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge.
        3. c. An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements, and to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments.
        4. d. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.
        5. e. An ability to identify, analyze and solve narrowly-defined engineering technology problems.
        6. f. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
        7. g. An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
        8. h. An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities, including a respect of diversity.
        9. i. A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
      2. II. Specific Program Outcomes:
        1. 1. An ability to apply program principles for basic fluid/thermal/mechanical systems in the fields of power generation, petroleum refineries, fluid power, plant operation and maintenance.
        2. 2.  An ability to apply program principles to specification, installation, testing, operation, maintenance and documentation of basic fluid/thermal/mechanical systems.

      • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Program

        Program Educational Objectives


        The ACRT program provides its graduates with the necessary knowledge, abilities, skills, and attributes that qualify them to achieve within 2-3 years of graduation the following objectives:

        1. 1. Perform satisfactorily as technicians in the field of HVAC&R engineering technology (Dismantle, assemble, install, operate, test, troubleshoot, and maintain HVACR equipment/systems); 
        2. 2. Solve problems related to the workplace through application of their technical capabilities in HVAC&R engineering technology;
        3. 3. Communicate effectively in oral, written, and graphical forms;
        4.  
        5. 4. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior as well as respect for diversity; and
        6. 5. Pursue life-long learning through higher education, continuous professional development, and in-service training.

        Student Outcomes


        The ACRT program helps the students to attain by the time of graduation the following capabilities:

        General Student Outcomes:

        1. a. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of HVAC-R technology to narrowly defined engineering technology activities.
        2. b. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and technology to HVAC-R engineering technology problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge.
        3. c. An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements, and to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments.
        4. d. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.
        5. e. An ability to identify, analyze and solve narrowly-defined engineering technology problems.
        6. f. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
        7. g. An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
        8. h. An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities, including a respect of diversity.
        9. i. A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

        Program Specific Student Outcomes:

        1. 1. An ability to utilize air-conditioning processes, thermal load calculations, ventilation principles, pipe and duct design, system controls, system components, refrigeration, and computerized energy evaluation methods in system design.
        2. 2. An ability to apply principles of mathematics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and psychrometric to HVACR systems.
      Laboratories

      Mechanical Power and Refrigeration Department has a variety of workshops and laboratories necessary to meet its requirements and to achieve its applied educational philosophy through the integration between theoretical study and practice.

      • Control laboratory
      • Refrigeration and A/C Troubleshooting laboratory
      • Refrigeration laboratory
      • Air-conditioning laboratory
      • Applied mechanics laboratory
      • Vibration & theory of machines laboratory
      • Fluid mechanics laboratory
      • Pumps and compressors laboratory
      • Internal-combustion machines laboratory
      • Turbines and steam boilers laboratory
      • Pumps and compressors workshop
      • Basic skills workshop and Projects workshop
      • Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning equipment workshop
      • Diesel engines workshop
      • Gasoline engines workshop
      • Pipes and valves workshop
      • Central air-conditioner equipment workshop
      Courses Offered

      The department offers the following courses:


      General Core courses (21 Credits)


      Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours
      101/30 English language (1)   3 6
      103/64 Engineering Drawing   2 4
      105/64 Workshop Technology   1 3
      105/76 Mathematics (1)   3 4
      106/76 Mathematics (2) 105/76 3 4
      113/56 Basic Physics   3 4
      170/30 English language (2) 101/30 3 4
      182/69 Computers   3 4



      General Coplementary Courses (6 Credits)


      Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours
      101/1 Islamic Culture   2 2
      252/64 Industrial Management   2 2
      298/81 Idustrial Safety   2 2



      General Elective Courses (3 Credits)


      Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours
      104/10 Reseach and Libraries   1 2
      104/22 Enterpreneurship Mansgement   1 2
      110/8 Physical Education   1 2
      112/3 Work Ethics and Loyalty   3 3
      114/15 Industrial Psychology   2 2
      141/7 Art Education (1)   1 2
      142/7 Art Education (2) 141/7 1 2
      151/13 Music Education   1 2
      164/21 Accounting   2 2
      166/25 Industrial Economics   2 2
      201/65 Automotive Mechanics   2 3



      Power technology Major: (Major compulsory: 21 Credits , Major elective: 6 Credits)


      Course Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours Type
      111/66 Statics and Strength of Materials   3 4 Major compulsory
      112/66 Machine Elements   3 4 Major compulsory
      120/66 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics 113/56 3 4 Major compulsory
      126/66 Measurements and Control Technology   2 3 Major compulsory
      131/66 Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 105/76 3 4 Major compulsory
      180/66 Engines Workshop   3 7 Major compulsory
      182/66 Fuels and Lubricants   1 1 Major Elective
                 
      200/66 Field Training (1) 101/30 2 8 Major compulsory
      212/66 Theory of Machines 112/66 3 4 Major Elective
      213/66 Mechanical Vibrations 112/66 3 4 Major Elective
      221/66 Fluid Machinery 120/66 3 4 Major compulsory
      230/66 Basics of Heat Transfer   3 4 Major compulsory
      232/66 Power Stations 131/66 3 4 Major compulsory
      233/66 Heat Exchangers 230/66 3 4 Major Elective
      236/63 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 131/66 3 4 Major Elective
      240/66 Internal Combustion Engines 131/66 3 4 Major compulsory
      281/66 Fluid Machinery Workshop   3 7 Major compulsory
      285/66 Prpjects 221/66 2 6 Major compulsory
      290/63 Electricity for Mechanical Engineering   3 4 Major compulsory
      291/66 Computer Applications 182/69 3 6 Major compulsory
      300/66 Field Training (2) 200/66 4 16 Major copulsory
      322/66 Fluid Power 120/66 3 4 Major Elective
      323/66 Piping Technology (MC: 21 Credits , ME: 6 Credits) 3 4 Major Elective
      334/66 Desalination Technology 230/66 3 4 Major Elective
      341/66 Steam and Gas Turbines 131/66 3 4 Major compulsory
      342/66 Industrial Pollution 240/66 3 4 Major Elective
      382/66 Mechanical Maintenance 281/66 2 3 Major compulsory
      384/66 Professional Communication and Site Visits 101/30 2 4 Major Elective



      Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology: (Major compulsory: 21 Credits , Major elective: 6 Credits)


      Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credits hours Type
      109/63 Measurement Technology   3 4 Major Elective
      113/66 Statics   3 4 Major Elective
      121/66 Applied Fluid Mechanics   3 4 Major compulsory
      132/66 Engineering Thermodynamics   3 4 Major compulsory
      140/63 Fundamentals of Refrigeration   3 4 Major compulsory
      200/63 Field Training (1) 101/30 2 8 Major compulsory
      225/63 Valves and Piping Technology 121/63 3 4 Major Elective
      231/66 Fundamentals of Heat Transfer 105/76 3 4 Major compulsory
      234/63 Heat Exchangers 231/66 3 4 Major Elective
      235/63 Steam Generators and Heating Systems 132/66 3 4 Major Elective
      245/63 Refrigeration Systems 140/63 3 4 Major compulsory
      246/63 Industrial Refrigeration 140/63 3 4 Major Elective
      250/63 Fundamentals of Air Conditioning   3 4 Major compulsory
      253/63 Chilled Water A/C Systems 250/63 3 4 Major Elective
      255/63 Air Conditioning & Distribution Systems 250/63 3 4 Major compulsory
      258/63 Basic Skill Workshop   2 6 Major compulsory
      259/63 Electricity for HVAC & Refrigeration   3 4 Major compulsory
      261/61 Installations and Maintenance 258/63 3 7 Major compulsory
      262/63 Troubleshooting 259/63 3 4 Major compulsory
      263/63 Professional Communication and Site Visits   2 4 Major Elective
      271/63 Fundamentals of HVAC&R Control   3 4 Major compulsory
      272/63 HVAC&R Control Systems 271/63 3 4 Major compulsory
      273/63 Control Applications 271/63 3 4 Major Elective
      280/63 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Drafting 103/64 2 4 Major compulsory
      300/63 Field Training (2) 200/63 4 16 Major compulsory
      335/63 Thermal Load Estimation 231/63 3 4 Major compulsory
      364/63 Prpjects 258/63 2 4 Major Elective
      390/63 Computer Applications 255/63 2 4 Major compulsory
      Faculty Members

      Faculty member name Job title room bulding Tel Number/EXT PAAET email
      Abdullatif Eisa Ben-nakhi Professor 133 23 4229 ae.bennakhi@paaet.edu.kw
      Mohamad Hamad Al-Hajeri Professor 129 23 4248 mh.alhajeri@paaet.edu.kw
      Mohamed AbdelManeim Mahmoud Associate Professor 104 23 4244 mam.mahmoud@paaet.edu.kw
      Mohamed ElSayed Mosaad Associate Professor 113 23 4225 me.mosaad@paaet.edu.kw
      Ali Falah AlAjmi Associate Professor 160 23 4219 af.alajmi@paaet.edu.kw
      Abdullah Mohammad AlFarsi Assistant Professor 159 23 4214 am.alfarsi@paaet.edu.kw
      Mohamed Gharib Zedan Assistant Professor 126 23 4211 mg.zedan@paaet.edu.kw
      Adel Ahmed Kamel Assistant Professor 141 23 4228 aa.kamel@paaet.edu.kw
      Sayed Shehata Mohammad Assistant Professor 121 23 4230 ss.mohammad@paaet.edu.kw
      Hosny Zeid AbouZiyan Assistant Professor 115 23 4224 hz.abouziyan@paaet.edu.kw
      MohamedElAmin Ahmed Eleshaky Assistant Professor 116 23 4223 ma.eleshaky@paaet.edu.kw
      Ahmad Yousef Kalendar Assistant Professor 169 23 4210 ay.kalendar@paaet.edu.kw
      Rashed Mohsen ALajmi Assistant Professor 161 23 4218 rm.alajmi@paaet.edu.kw
      Mutlaq Mohammed ALmutairi Assistant Professor   23   mm.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
      Khalid Abdullah Alkhulaifi Assistant Professor 117 23 4236 ka.alkhulaifi@paaet.edu.kw
      Waleed Hashem Alrefae Assistant Professor 165 23 4221 wh.alrefae@paaet.edu.kw
      Ali Yaseen Alharbi Assistant Professor 114 23 4235 ay.alharbi@paaet.edu.kw
      Jaber Hmoud Almutairi Assistant Professor 167 23 4205 jh.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
      Abdulrahim Yousef Kalendar Assistant Professor 162/143 23 4200/4232 ay.kalendar1@paaet.edu.kw
      Hamid Amin Alawadi Assistant Professor 166 23 4203 ha.alawadi@paaet.edu.kw
      Ahmad Qutanan AlAnezi Assistant Professor 137 23 4227 aq.alanezi@paaet.edu.kw
      Hamad Hamdan AlMutairi Assistant Professor 108 23 4231 hhh.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
      Issa Fadel AlMesri Assistant Professor 155 23 4249 if.almesri@paaet.edu.kw
      Bader Mohammed AlKandari Assistant Professor 118 23 4248 bm.alkandari@paaet.edu.kw
      Ali Mubarak Almoli Assistant Professor 139 23 4231 am.almoli@paaet.edu.kw
      Yousuf AbdulRazzaq AlHendal Assistant Professor 132 23 4202 ya.alhendal@paaet.edu.kw
      Mosab Abdullah Alrahmani Assistant Professor 154 23 4134 ma.alrahmani@paaet.edu.kw
      Mohammad Khaled Alhamli Assistant Professor 105 23 4259 mk.alhamli@paaet.edu.kw
      Sami Mohamed alkulaib Lecturer 13 1 4025 sm.alkulaib@paaet.edu.kw
      Rafik Mohamed ElShiaty Lecturer 173 23 4220 rm.elshiaty@paaet.edu.kw
      Khaled Yoosef Alfuhaid Lecturer 134 23 4226 ky.alfuhaid@paaet.edu.kw
      Adel Ali Alhabeshi Lecturer 127 23 4171 aa.alhabeshi@paaet.edu.kw
      Raed Ibraheem Alsaleh Lecturer 168 23 4216 ri.alsaleh@paaet.edu.kw
      Fuad Ahmad Albusairi Lecturer 153 23   fa.albusairi@paaet.edu.kw
      Aboelyazeid Mohamed Koluib Lecturer 157 23 4241 am.koluib@paaet.edu.kw
      Saad M Almukmash Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 140 23 4215 sm.almukmash@paaet.edu.kw
      Hamad Mohammad AlHajeri Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 109 23 4247 hm.alhajeri@paaet.edu.kw
      Abdulrahman Hussain Alenizi Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 125 23 4234 ah.alenizi@paaet.edu.kw
      AbdulRahman Soud AlMutairi Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 32 23 4206 asa.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
      Abdulwahab Ibrahim Alhashem Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 147 23 4207 ai.alhashem@paaet.edu.kw
      Sultan AlShareef Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 123 23 4238 sm.alshareef@paaet.edu.kw
      Talal Eid Alotaibi Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 109 23 4247 te.alotaibi@paaet.edu.kw
      Abdulrahman Amin Alawadi Assistant Teacher (Ph.D Mission) 142 23 4237 aa.alawadi@paaet.edu.kw
      Eshaq Abdelraheem Ali Trainer (A) 53 23 4245 ea.ali@paaet.edu.kw
      Mohammad Saad Albannaq Trainer (A) 138 23 4243 ms.albannaq@paaet.edu.kw
      Faisel Mohamad Aldahi Trainer (A) 35   4171 fm.aldahi@paaet.edu.kw
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