Master of Science

 | Post date: 2020/01/26 | 
  • Mining Exploration Engineering
Prospecting of mine deposits based on structural and economic geology studies, sampling, geochemistry, geophysics and borehole drilling and integration of obtained information, delimitation of the mining area, and economic potential of the mineral are major activities of mining exploration engineers. Choosing this major needs suitable primary information of engineering mathematics, the geometry of complex volumes, and the ability to comprehend physical and chemical concepts of the earth, especially inorganic chemistry. The graduates of this major will be able to explore, evaluate and calculate the reserve of raw materials existing in a deposit.

Master of Science (MSc) Courses of Mining Engineering- Mining Exploration
Course Title Course Type Course Code Number of Credits
Feasibility  Study Compulsory 2780222 2
Advanced Engineering Mathematics Compulsory 2787103 3
Design of Geophysical Exploration Projects Compulsory 2782312 2
Design of Geochemical Exploration Projects Compulsory 2782322 2
Geostatistics Compulsory 2782332 2
Metallic Ore Deposits Exploration Compulsory 2782342 2
Nonmetallic Ore Deposits Exploration Compulsory 2782352 2
Seminar Compulsory 2785902 2
Thesis Compulsory 2785900 6
Applied Geochemistry Optional 2782602 2
Water Resources Engineering Optional 2782852 2
Dam Site Engineering Optional 2782952 2
Mine Laboratory Science Optional 2782572 2
Advanced Hydrogeology Optional 2782822 2
Metallogeny of Iran Optional 2782542 2
Remote Sensing Optional 2786582 2
Graphical-Structure Geology Methods in Exploration Optional 2782522 2
Mining Sampling Optional 2780792 2
Advanced Structural Geology Optional 2782882 2

 
  • Mining Exploitation Engineering
Explored deposit by exploration engineers will be named mine if it is rich enough and has a considerable reserve volume so that extracting its material is economically profitable. The art of extracting material from a mine is a branch of mining engineering called mining exploitation engineering and is one of the oldest and most complex majors of engineering in the world. Choosing this major needs interest and primary information of engineering mathematics, advanced geometry, innovative designs and spatial visualization, mechanics, and heavy machinery. The graduates of this major will be able to design, manage and extract an explored mine up to presenting raw materials to the market.
Activities of exploitation engineering are drilling, creating open and underground spaces from small dimensions to large ones, maintenance and structural engineering, transportation of extracted and drilling materials, ventilation in all underground mines range, collecting groundwater, and finally business and economy of minerals. Also, these engineers play an important and guide role in tunneling and metro engineering and creating underground spaces and the caves of hydroelectric power plants in the dam industry and the environment.


Master of Science (MSc) Courses of Mining Engineering- Mining Exploitation
Course Title Course Type Course Code Number of Credits
Advanced Statistics and Probability Compulsory 2784753 3
Advanced Engineering Mathematics Compulsory 2794593 3
Seminar Compulsory 2781902 2
Mine Feasibility Studies Compulsory 2781893 3
Advanced Surface Mining Compulsory 2781833 3
Advanced Underground Mining Compulsory 2781843 3
Thesis Compulsory 2781900 6
Advance Shaft and Underground Spaces Excavation Optional 2791622 2
Mine Closure & Reclamation Optional 2791642 2
Subsidence Engineering Optional 2781862 2
Mining and Sustainable Development Optional 2791612 2
Advanced Rock Mechanics Optional 2781223 3
Ore Body Modeling Optional 2781323 3
Advanced Drilling And Blasting Optional - 2
Blasting Engineering Compensatory 2739462 2
Surface Mining Methods           Compensatory 2739392 2
Mine Transportation     Compensatory 2716432 2
Principles of Mine Design Compensatory 2710212 2
Mine Ventilation            Compensatory 2716182 2
Operation Research      Compensatory 2719512 2
Ground Control And Support System    Compensatory 2716702 2
 

 
  • Mineral Processing
Minerals extracted from mines for industrial use must be processed. Low-grade minerals to enter the consumption market require a series of condensation operations. Mineral processing with the aim to remove unwanted materials (tailings) and increase grade ore (concentrate production) plays the role of intermediary in different industries and mining sector. The mineral processing sector provides the primary food of all melting factories and the concentration of metals in the metallurgical industry.
In the case of non-metallic minerals (industrial minerals), almost all the economically important industries of the countries, such as chemical, agricultural, construction, ceramic industries, melting metals, and even medical science, are all consumers of minerals and the first purification step of these materials is carried out in the mineral processing sector.
The science of mineral processing is important because, without the concentration process, extracted minerals are not directly used in industry, and the mining activities that are the basis of most economic activities, face serious challenges. Processing operations increase the added value of the minerals and mining activities are economically justified.


Master of Science (MSc) Courses of Mining Engineering- Mineral Processing
Course Title Course
 Type
Course Code Number of Credits
Advanced Flotation Compulsory 2785102 2
Advanced Mineral Processing Compulsory 2785662 2
Seminar Compulsory 2785902 2
Thesis Compulsory 2785900 6
Advanced Comminuting Compulsory 2785672 2
Modeling, Simulation, and Principles of Control of Mineral Processing Systems Compulsory 2795573 3
Advanced Hydrometallurgy Compulsory 2785243 3
Fine Particles Processing Optional 2785652 2
Process Mineralogy Optional 2785692 2
Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Optional 2785742 2
Biotechnology in Mineral Processing Optional 2795592 2
Principles of Mineral processing plant design Optional 2785682 2
Design And Analysis of Experiment Optional 2795582 2
Hydrometallurgy Compensatory 2719352 2
Flotation And Laboratory Compensatory 2739452 2
Operation Research Compensatory 2719512 2
Analytical Methods in Mineral Science Compensatory 2716561 1

 
  • Rock Mechanics
Rock mechanics is a theoretical and practical science of the mechanical behavior of rock and is a branch of mechanics concerned with the response of rocks to the force fields of their physical environment. The imposed forces may be natural or man-made. In rock mechanics, the properties and behavior of rocks due to changes in stress and other conditions are studied.
Graduates of this major will be able to design and execute engineering structures in or on rocks in a sustainable manner.


Master of Science (MSc) Courses of Mining Engineering- Rock Mechanics
Course Title Course
Type
Course Code Number of Credits
Advanced Engineering Mathematics Compulsory 2799213 3
Continuum Mechanics in Rock Compulsory 2784733 3
Seminar Compulsory 2784902 2
Thesis Compulsory 2784900 6
Principles of Design And Analysis of Underground Openings Compulsory 2794623 3
Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Compulsory 2799193 3
Advanced Slope Engineering Optional 2794602 2
Advanced Statistics and Probability Optional 2784753 3
Rock Dynamics Optional 2784543 3
Field Experiments And Instrumentation Optional 2784692 2
Mechanized Excavation Optional 2784763 3
Ground Subsidence Engineering Optional 2791113 3
Rock Mechanics Project Management Optional 2794153 3
Advanced Drilling And Blasting Optional 2784513 3
Advanced Foundation Optional 2784742 2
Discontinuum Mechanics Optional 2784772 2
Special Topics Optional - 2
Waste Management in Geomechanics Optional - 2
Principles of Plasticity Theory in Rock and Soil Optional 2794613 3
Advanced Rock Mechanics                   Compensatory 2716682 2
Advanced Strength of Materials Compensatory 2739432 2
Ground Control And Support System Compensatory 2716702 2
Blasting Engineering Compensatory 2739462 2
Geotechnics Compensatory 2739442 2
 

 
  • Tunneling and Underground Space Engineering
Tunneling from site exploration and geological and geotechnical studies to technical services including ventilation, lighting, drainage, and energy supply is the responsibility of mining engineers. Graduates of this major will be able to work on research, executive and specialized projects in the fields of designing drilling methods, maintenance and support systems for a variety of tunnels, underground spaces, and mining excavations.

Master of Science (MSc) Courses of Mining Engineering- Tunneling and Underground Spaces
Course Title Course
Type
Course Code Number of Credits
Advanced Engineering Mathematics Compulsory 2799213 3
Seminar Compulsory 2785902 2
Thesis Compulsory 2799900 6
Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Compulsory 2799193 3
Advanced Geomechanics Compulsory 2799183 3
Principles of Design And Analysis of Underground Openings Compulsory 2799203 3
Advanced Ventilation in Underground Openings Optional 2799222 2
Special Topics in Tunneling Optional 2799112 2
Tunnel Basin Site Investigations Optional 2799122 2
Instrumentation And Monitoring in Tunneling Optional 2799533 2
Microtunneling Optional 2799522 2
Field Work in Tunneling Optional 2799712 2
Traditional Drilling Methods Optional 2799243 3
Project Management in Tunneling Optional 2799232 2
Concrete And Metallic Structures in Tunneling Optional 2799543 3
Ground Control and Support System Compensatory 2716702 2
Blasting Engineering Compensatory 2739462 2
Geotechnics                 Compensatory 2739442 2
Advanced Rock Mechanics Compensatory 2716682 2
Advanced Strength of Materials Compensatory 2739432 2
 

 



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