Ders İçerikleri

FIZ 102EL Physics II Lab

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 1 (0 - 0 - 2)    ECTS : 1

Course Content: Fundamental measurements and Ohm's law. Oscilloscope and signal generator. Electric field and lines. Kirchoff's law and Wheatstone bridge. Transient currents. Charging and discharging of capacitors. RC circuits. Determination of electron e/m ratio. Transformers

STA 102E Statics

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 5

Course Content: Principles of statics, force vector, equilibrium of particle, moment of a couple, equilibrium of rigid body, planar forces, center of gravity, Theorem of Pappus-Guldinus, distributed loads and hydrostatics forces, supports and support reactions, Gerber beam, frames, simple machines, trusses, cables, friction, virtual work

RES 102E Com.Aided Technical Drawing

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 2.5 (1 - 3 - 0)    ECTS : 4

Course Content: Introduction to computer aided technical drawing, commands for drawing simple objects, single-view drawing, drawing simple objects, modifying objects, dimensioning, multiview drawing, auxiliary views, isometric drawing, 3-dimensional drawing

GMI 102E Intr. to Marine Engines

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 2

Course Content: Internal combustion engines Diesel and gasoline engines and cycles. Low, medium and high speed engines. Boilers. Classification of boilers. Steam turbines and their constructions. Heat exchangers. Evaporator and evaporation. Gas turbines, their constructions and cycles.

DFH 142E Maritime English

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 1.5 (1 - 1 - 0)    ECTS : 2

Course Content: Ship types. Shipping organization. Ship particulars. Ship dimensions and tonnages. Ship constructive elements and components. Deck and engine auxiliary machineries

BED 102E Phsical Education

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 0 (0 - 2 - 0)    ECTS : 1

Course Content: Carrying on physical condition programmes that will improve physical efficiency. Introduction to swimming style practices: teaching free, back and frog style swimming. Teaching techniques of jumping, diving and rescuing survivors from the sea.

MAT 261E Linear Algebra

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 5.5

Course Content: Matrices and System of Equations, Systems of Linear Equations, Row Echelon Form, Matrix Algebra, Elementary Matrices, Determinants, The Determinant of a Matrix, Properties of Determinants, Cramer’s Rule, Vector Spaces, Definition of Vector Space, Subspaces, Linear Independence, Basis and Dimension, Change of Basis, Row Space end Column Space, Linear transformations, Matrix Representations of Linear Transformations, Ortogonallik, The Scalar Product, Orthogonal Subspaces, Inner Product Spaces, Orthonormal Sets, The Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization Process, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Diagonalization

DNK 201E Dynamics

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 3 (3 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 5

Course Content: Definitions and principal axioms. Kinematics of particles. Linear, plane and general motions. Relative motion. Kinetics of particles. Newton s laws. Impuls and momentum principle. Work and Energy. Motion with resistance. Central-force Motion systems of particles. Collision. Variablesmass. Kinematics of Rigid Bodies. Kinetics of Rigid Bodies. Work and Energy. Impulse and momentum. Fixed-Axis rotation of rigit body. Plane motion of rigid body. Vibration of rigid body . Relative motion.

GMI 201E Marine Electrotecnics

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 4

Course Content : D.C. machines construction, properties and operation principles, equivalent circuit diagrams, basic equations, types of excitation, armature reaction, commutation. Generator and motor characteristics, speed control and starting characteristics. Loading and phase diagrams. A.C. machines, properties and operation principles. Parallel operation of A.C./D.C. generators. Converters. Testing and maintenance methods (A.C. and D.C. generators and motors, circuit breakers and starters.)

GMI 211E Thermodynamics I

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 3

Course Content: Thermodynamic concepts and terminology. Thermodynamic properties of pure substances. Energy; work and heat. The First Law; energy balance analysis (closed system, steady state open system, unsteady state flow application). Reversible and irreversible processes. Entropy and the Second Law

GMI 221E Naval Architecture & Stability

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 3

Course Content: General description of ships, ship s history, classification of ship types. Geometrical properties of ships. Tonnage and freeboard. Ship s elements. Integration processes used in Navigational Architecture. Hydrostatical curves, transversal-longitudinal stability and trim, grounding and docking stability of ships. Resistance and propulsion.

GMI 231E Num. Analysis of Eng. Sys.

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 2

Course Content: Complex numbers, methods of calculation of equations and equation systems. Least square fit methods, linearization, polynoms. Direct calculation methods of algebraic equations, error calculation. Interpolations. Periodical functions. Runge-Kutte method. Boundary value problems, partial differential equations, approximation.

GMI 241E Material Sciences

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (1 - 2 - 0)    ECTS : 3

Course Content: Introduction to material science. Structures and phase diagrams of metals and its alloys. Mechanical properties of metals. The methods of production of cast iron, steel and nonferrous metals. Designation and classification of steel, cast iron and nonferrous material. The principles of metal casting. The plastic working of metals and its principles. Welding techniques and principles. The heat treatment of metals. Nonmetallic materials. Material testing. Gas cutting. International standards of materials.

 

MARINE ENGINEERING

 

MAT 103 Mathematics I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 4 (3 - 2 - 0) ECTS : 6

 

Course Content :

 

Functions of a Single Variable, Limits and Continuity, Derivatives, Applications of Derivatives, Sketching Graphs of Functions, Asymptotes, Integration, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Applications of Integrals, Polar Coordinates, Transcendental Functions, Techniques of Integration, Indeterminate Forms, L'Hopital's Rule.

 

RES 103 Technical Drawing

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (2 - 2 - 0) ECTS : 4

 

Course Content :

 

Technical Drawing in Engineering, Technical Drawing Equipments, Meanings of Line Types, Lettering, Fundamentals of Dimensioning, Principles of Projection, Orthographic Views, Multivew Sketching, Auxiliary Views, Section Views, Isometric Perspectives, Surface Finishing Symbols, Fasteners and Drawings.

 

DFH 191 Marine Safety I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 0 (4 - 4 - 0) ECTS : 4

 

Course Content :

 

Survival techniques at sea, Location and usage of personal life saving appliances, Basic first aid. fire prevention and fire fighting, personnel safety and social responsibilities.

 

MAT 104E Mathematics II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 4 (3 - 2 - 0) ECTS : 7

 

Course Content :

 

Improper integrals, Infinite sequences and series, Vectors in Space,Vector-Valued Functions, Multivariable Functions and Partial Derivatives , Multiple Integrals.

 

FIZ 102 Physics II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 4

 

Course Content :

 

Coulomb law’s and electrical field. Gauss law. Electrical potential. Capacitance. Electrostatic energy and properties of insulators. Current and resistance. DC circuits. The magnetic field. Sources of magnetic field. Faraday’s law. Inductance. Magnetic field in the matter. Electro magnetic oscillations and AC circuits. Maxwell’s equations and electromagnetic waves

 

FIZ 102EL Physics II Lab

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 1 (0 - 0 - 2) ECTS : 1

 

Course Content :

 

Fundamental measurements and Ohm's law. Oscilloscope and signal generator. Electric field and lines. Kirchoff's law and Wheatstone bridge. Transient currents. Charging and discharging of capacitors. RC circuits. Determination of electron e/m ratio. Transformers

 

STA 102E Statics

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 5

 

Course Content: Principles of statics, force vector, equilibrium of particle, moment of a couple, equilibrium of rigid body, planar forces, center of gravity, Theorem of Pappus-Guldinus, distributed loads and hydrostatics forces, supports and support reactions, Gerber beam, frames, simple machines, trusses, cables, friction, virtual work

 

RES 102E Com.Aided Technical Drawing

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 2.5 (1 - 3 - 0)    ECTS : 4

 

Course Content: Introduction to computer aided technical drawing, commands for drawing simple objects, single-view drawing, drawing simple objects, modifying objects, dimensioning, multiview drawing, auxiliary views, isometric drawing, 3-dimensional drawing

 

GMI 102E Intr. to Marine Engines

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 2

 

Course Content: Internal combustion engines Diesel and gasoline engines and cycles. Low, medium and high speed engines. Boilers. Classification of boilers. Steam turbines and their constructions. Heat exchangers. Evaporator and evaporation. Gas turbines, their constructions and cycles.

 

DFH 142E Maritime English

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 1.5 (1 - 1 - 0)    ECTS : 2

 

Course Content: Ship types. Shipping organization. Ship particulars. Ship dimensions and tonnages. Ship constructive elements and components. Deck and engine auxiliary machineries

 

BED 102E Phsical Education

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 0 (0 - 2 - 0)    ECTS : 1

 

Course Content: Carrying on physical condition programmes that will improve physical efficiency. Introduction to swimming style practices: teaching free, back and frog style swimming. Teaching techniques of jumping, diving and rescuing survivors from the sea.

 

MAT 261E Linear Algebra

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 5.5

 

Course Content: Matrices and System of Equations, Systems of Linear Equations, Row Echelon Form, Matrix Algebra, Elementary Matrices, Determinants, The Determinant of a Matrix, Properties of Determinants, Cramer’s Rule, Vector Spaces, Definition of Vector Space, Subspaces, Linear Independence, Basis and Dimension, Change of Basis, Row Space end Column Space, Linear transformations, Matrix Representations of Linear Transformations, Ortogonallik, The Scalar Product, Orthogonal Subspaces, Inner Product Spaces, Orthonormal Sets, The Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization Process, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Diagonalization

 

DNK 201E Dynamics

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.): 3 (3 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 5

 

Course Content: Definitions and principal axioms. Kinematics of particles. Linear, plane and general motions. Relative motion. Kinetics of particles. Newton s laws. Impuls and momentum principle. Work and Energy. Motion with resistance. Central-force Motion systems of particles. Collision. Variablesmass. Kinematics of Rigid Bodies. Kinetics of Rigid Bodies. Work and Energy. Impulse and momentum. Fixed-Axis rotation of rigit body. Plane motion of rigid body. Vibration of rigid body . Relative motion.

 

GMI 201E Marine Electrotecnics

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 4

 

Course Content : D.C. machines construction, properties and operation principles, equivalent circuit diagrams, basic equations, types of excitation, armature reaction, commutation. Generator and motor characteristics, speed control and starting characteristics. Loading and phase diagrams. A.C. machines, properties and operation principles. Parallel operation of A.C./D.C. generators. Converters. Testing and maintenance methods (A.C. and D.C. generators and motors, circuit breakers and starters.)

 

GMI 211E Thermodynamics I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 3

 

Course Content: Thermodynamic concepts and terminology. Thermodynamic properties of pure substances. Energy; work and heat. The First Law; energy balance analysis (closed system, steady state open system, unsteady state flow application). Reversible and irreversible processes. Entropy and the Second Law

 

GMI 221E Naval Architecture & Stability

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 3

 

Course Content: General description of ships, ship s history, classification of ship types. Geometrical properties of ships. Tonnage and freeboard. Ship s elements. Integration processes used in Navigational Architecture. Hydrostatical curves, transversal-longitudinal stability and trim, grounding and docking stability of ships. Resistance and propulsion.

 

GMI 231E Num. Analysis of Eng. Sys.

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 2

 

Course Content: Complex numbers, methods of calculation of equations and equation systems. Least square fit methods, linearization, polynoms. Direct calculation methods of algebraic equations, error calculation. Interpolations. Periodical functions. Runge-Kutte method. Boundary value problems, partial differential equations, approximation.

 

GMI 241E Material Sciences

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (1 - 2 - 0)    ECTS : 3

 

Course Content: Introduction to material science. Structures and phase diagrams of metals and its alloys. Mechanical properties of metals. The methods of production of cast iron, steel and nonferrous metals. Designation and classification of steel, cast iron and nonferrous material. The principles of metal casting. The plastic working of metals and its principles. Welding techniques and principles. The heat treatment of metals. Nonmetallic materials. Material testing. Gas cutting. International standards of materials.

 

TUR 101 Türk Dili I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

Course Content :

 

Definition of Language, Language and Thought, Language and Culture, World Languages (In Point of Origin and Structure), The Significance of Turkish Language among World Languages, The Historical Development of Turkish Language, The Structure of Turkish Language, Turkish Phonetics, Today’s Turkish Language,The Act of Writing and the Rules of Writing (Orthography), Spelling Rules, The Right Expression of Thought, Scientific Language and Turkish as a Scientific Language, Turkish Poetry and Poetry Language.

 

DFH 291 Maritime Safety II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 0 (1 - 2 - 0) ECTS : 

 

MAT 201 Differential Equations

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 4 (4 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 6

 

Course Content :

 

First Order Differential Equations, Second Order Linear Equations, Higher Order Linear Equations, Series Solutions of Second Order Linear Equations, The Laplace Transform, Systems of First Order Linear Equations

 

GMI 232 Ship Diesel Engines  I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2.5 (2 - 0 - 1)   ECTS :

 

Course Content :

 

The diesel engine cycles and diagrams. Scavenging air systems and turbochargers. Low, medium and high speed engines. The construction of trunk engines. The construction of crosshead engines. Component used in diesel engines. Combustion and fuels. Calorific value. Marine bunker and standards. Lubricating oil.

 

GMI 222 Marine Electronics

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2.5 (2 - 1 - 0) ECTS : 3

 

Course Content :

 

Semiconductors, diodes, diode circuits. Transistors and transistor circuits, transistor amplifiers. Field-effect transistors. Feedback amplifiers and oscillators. Power amplifiers. Modulation. Electron, cathodic rays and other tubes. Properties of Antennas. Fibber optics transmission system, radar signals. Application of laser electronics to communication.

 

GMI 242E Strength of Materials

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2.5 (2 - 0 - 1) ECTS : 4

 

Course Content :

 

Introduction to strength of material; pure tensile,compression, bending and torsion, shearing, sliding, strains. Compounds strength states, Breaking hypothesis. Single axis and triple axis tension and distortion, and the relation between tension. Elastic strain. Tension methods of analogy. Fatigue.

 

GMI 252E Auxiliary Machinery I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2.5 (2 - 1 - 0) ECTS : 4

 

Course Content :

 

Basic knowledge about auxiliary boiler. Auxiliary boiler construction. Steam and boiler operations. Heat exchangers. Heaters and distillation principles. Deck machineries. Propeller types. Pump types and calculations of pumps.

 

TUR 102 Türk Dili II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

Course Content :

 

Written Expression, Method and Planning of Written Expression, Writing Exercise, Scientific Texts (Article-Report-Critic), Official Texts (Petition-Resume), Genres of Literature, Essay, Column, Travel Writing, Biography, Story, Novel, Verbal Literature, Verbal Expression and Communication

 

GMI 301E Maritime Law

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 3

 

Course Content :

 

Basic law. Definition and branches of law. The regulation rules of social life. Maritime law. Definition and divisions of maritime law. Maritime labor and social security law. Captain definition, duties. Regulations regarding seaworthiness, port of register. Accident at sea, collisions, salvage, general average. Turkish labor law and its analysis. Concept of maritime labor law, arrangement of labor agreements, kind prolonging and ending its durations. International Maritime Rules and Regulations as follows: SOLAS, STCW, MARPOL, STP, CLC-1969, TONNAGE-1969, SPACE STP 1973, ITU Wireless (radio) Rules

 

DFH 292E Maritime Safety III

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 0 (1 - 1 - 0) ECTS : 

 

GMI 311E Marine PowerPlants Operation I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2.5 (2 - 1 - 0) ECTS : 4

 

Course Content :

 

Main and auxiliary boiler, operation and maintenance. Boiler performance. Boiler lines and components operation and maintenance. Corrosion prevention methods, planning maintenance. Boiler water tests. Operation and maintenance of evaporators and traps. Boiler surveys. Operation and maintenance of pumps and air compressors. Fuel oil, lube oil purifier and oily water separator maintenance and operation. Prevention of sea pollution and international requirements.

 

GMI 321E Machinery Elements

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 3

 

Course Content :

 

General considerations and fundamental principles of design. Fatigue free design of machine elements. Safety concepts. Methods and elements of fastening and joining. Welded, soldered, adhesive bonded riveted joints. Shaft-hub connections. Bolted joints and power screws. Mechanical springs. Shafts, axles, coupling and clutches. Friction, wear, lubricants, theory of fluid film lubrication, sliding and rolling bearings.

 

ATA 101 Atatürk İlk & İnkılap Trh I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

Course Content :

 

A definition of Revolution The aim and the importance of the Turkish history of revolution General state of the Ottoman Empire the reason for the decline Efforts to save the Ottoman Empire The current ideals The First World War Societies Mustafa Kemal in Anatolia and the Congresses The opening of the Great Turkish National Assembly Reactions to the National Government National and International policy The Mudanya treaty Lousanne conference

 

GMI 401 Propelling and Shafting Systems

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 4

 

Course Content :

 

Necessary output for ship propulsion and efficiency. Propeller shaft system. Stern tube and its bearing. Propeller, type of propeller (water jet, screw propellers, controllable pitch propellers), cavitations, slip. Factors affecting efficiency.

 

GMI 411 Marine Power Plants Op.II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (2 - 2 - 0) ECTS : 5

 

Course Content :

 

Engine room watchkeeping procedures. Maneuvering and navigation procedures in engine room. Troubleshooting and maintenance of engine room machinery. Identification of troubleshooting equipment and their use. Fuel, lubricating oil, cooling water, ballast and bilge pipeline system and their operation. Safe bunkering operations. Propulsion system and its operation. Steering gear operation and maintenance. Maintenance of fresh water generators. Operation and maintenance of deck machinery. Safety precautions during engine room watch.

 

GMI 451E Auxiliary Machinery II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 5

 

Course Content :

 

Ship pipelines, fittings and controls. Pump types and working procedures. Pumping systems and controls. Ballast, fire, bilge pumps and systems. Purifiers and clarifiers. Oily water separators. Sewage units. FW distilling plant. Incinerator. Steering gear principles and hydraulic & electric control system, emergency steering gear. Stern tube and shaft system. Refrigerating system.

 

GMI 431E Refrigeration and HVAC Systems

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2.5 (2 - 1 - 0) ECTS : 4

 

Course Content :

 

Fundamentals of local and central heating. Introduction to various heating elements. Hot water heating systems. Low pressure and high pressure steam heating. Ventilating and air heating systems. Design of heating systems. Psychometric diagram. Heat gain calculations. Summer-winter air conditioning cycles. Applications of heating, ventilating and air conditioning to the vessel. Refrigeration systems; design and calculations.

 

GMI 412E Hydraulic&Pneum.Cont.of Syste.

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS :

 

GMI 422E Surveying Procedures

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

Course Content :

 

Classification societies. Periodical surveying. Dockyard and surveying in water. Port state control. Flag state control. Survey preparations. Corrective action of nonconformity. Oil record book.

 

GMI 432E Quality & Safety Managm. Syst.

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

ATA 102 Atatürk Princiles and History II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

Course Content :

 

The declaration of the Republic The importance of the leader and the staff in the revolution Constitutional solutions to the problems related to the Lausanne Conference The participation of Turkey in pacts and in international organizations Reactions to the new governmental structure Trials in the multi-party system The Home and foreign policy of the Republic of Turkey Atatürk s foreign policy to inspire confidence in the future of Turkey Kemalism the Principles of Atatürk

 

GMI 492E Design Project

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (0 - 6 - 0) ECTS : 6

 

DENİZ ULAŞTIRMA İŞLETME MÜHENDİSLİĞİ  DERS İÇERİKLERİ

 

DENİZ ULAŞTIRMA İŞLETME MÜHENDİSLİĞİ  DERS İÇERİKLERİ

 

Teknik Resim (RES103)     Kredi: 3

 

Dersin  İçeriği: Mühendislikte teknik resmin önemi ve standart kavramı ile çizim araç ve gereçlerinin tanıtılması. Çizgiler ve anlamları ile teknik yazı. Ölçülendirmenin ve toleranslandırmanın esasları. İzdüşüm, görünüşler ve kesit görünüşler. Makina elemanlarının çizimi ve montaj resimleri.

 

Denizcilik Kimyası (DFH 101E)       Kredi:  2.5

 

Dersin İçeriği: Temel kavramlar ve temel yasalar. Stochiometric hesaplamalar. Gazlar, sıvılar ve katılar. Atomun yapısı ve kimyasal elemanlar tablosu. Nükleer tepkimeler. Çözeltiler. Kimyasal tepkimelerde ısı enerjisi. Tepkimelerin oranı. Denge. Asitler ve bazlar. Deniz suyunun kimyasal ve fiziksel özellikleri. Korozyon ve korozyon kontrolü. Deniz boyaları. Yakıt ve yağ kimyası. Yakıt ve yağların çeşitleri ve özellikleri. Tehlikeli maddeler. Deniz kirliliği.

 

Gemicilik I (GUV101)      Kredi: 2

 

Dersin İçeriği: Customs of marıtıme shıp’s person jobs of offıcers and crew, sea lıfe rules workıng rules on board, kınd of shıps,shıp sectıon and partıculars

 

MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AND MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING

 

MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AND MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING

 

RES 103 Technical Drawing      credit: 3

 

Course Content :

 

Technical Drawing in Engineering, Technical Drawing Equipments, Meanings of Line Types, Lettering, Fundamentals of Dimensioning, Principles of Projection, Orthographic Views, Multivew Sketching, Auxiliary Views, Section Views, Isometric Perspectives, Surface Finishing Symbols, Fasteners and Drawings.

 

DFH 101 Maritime Chemistry        credit:  2.5

 

Course Content :

 

Basic concepts and basic laws. Stochiometric calculations. Gases, liquids and solids. Structure of atom and periodic table. Chemical bonds. Nuclear reactions. Solutions. Heat energy in chemical reactions. Rate of reactions. Equilibrium. Acids and bases. Physical and chemical properties of seawater. Corrosion and corrosion control. Sea paints. Fuel and oil chemistry. Fuel and oil types and properties. Hazardous substances. Sea pollution.

 

GUV 101 Seamanship I       credit: 2

 

Course Content :

 

Customs of maritime ships person jobs of officers and crew, sea life rules working rules on board, kind of ships ship section and particulars

 

GUV 111 Introduction to Navigation     credit: 4

 

Course Content :

 

Space, Solar system, Earth, E. poles, lat, long, d lat, d long, chart projections, nautical instruments and publications, nautical charts, electronic charts, drawing a Mercator chart, symbols and abbreviations, notice to mariners, chart correction, chart catalogues and use, lights and fog signals, buoyage systems, radio beacons chart and list of radio signals, chart datum’s, the chart folio, sailing directions.

 

DFH 191E Marine Safety I       no credit

 

Course Content :

 

Survival techniques at sea, Location and usage of personal life saving appliances, Basic first aid. fire prevention and fire fighting, personel safety and social resposibilities.

 

BED 102E Phsical Education         no credit

 

Course Content :

 

Carrying on physical condition programmes that will improve physical efficiency. Introduction to swimming style practices: teaching free, back and frog style swimming. Teaching techniques of jumping, diving and rescuing survivors from the sea.

 

STA 102E Statics            credit:  2

 

Course Content :

 

Principles of statics, force vector, equilibrium of particle, moment of a couple, equilibrium of rigid body, planar forces, center of gravity, Theorem of Pappus-Guldinus, distributed loads and hydrostatics forces, supports and support reactions, Gerber beam, frames, simple machines, trusses, cables, friction, virtual work

 

DFH 142E Maritime English         credit: 1.5

 

Course Content :

 

Ship types. Shipping organization. Ship particulars. Ship dimensions and tonnages. Ship constructive elements and components. Deck and engine auxiliary machineries.

 

GUV 102E Seamanship II            credit: 2

 

Course Content :

 

Customs of marıtıme shıp’s person jobs of offıcers and crew, sea lıfe rules workıng rules on board, kınd of shıps,shıp sectıon and partıculars.

 

GUV 112 Terrestial Navigation                credit:3.5

 

Course Content :

 

Magnetik compass, magnetism of the Earth and the ship’s Var and Dev., magnetic compass correction and preparing deviation table, gyro compass and cyro compass error, course, bearing (true, magnetic, compass),type of distance and measures the distance, coastal navigation, type of position and method to plot a position, mathematics sailing and type of mathematics sailing. Keeping a log, voyage planning, procedures, in ocean voyage, restricted visibility, straits, traffic separation zones, polar navigation, ice navigation, navigation in tropic cyclone, current and type of current, navigation within currents and wind, triangle for solution of current problems, tides, great circle sailing, planning of great circle sailing and calculation of sailing, composite sailing.

 

GUV 122 Watchkeeping Standards I       credit: 2.5

 

Course Content :

 

Development history of International Collision Regulations, International Collision Regulations and application and arranging safe wachkeeping, tasks and responsibilites of watchkeeping personel, watchkeeping during voyage and at port.

 

MAT 261 Linear Algebra        credit:  3

 

Course Content :

 

Matrices and System of Equations, Systems of Linear Equations, Row Echelon Form, Matrix Algebra, Elementary Matrices, Determinants, The Determinant of a Matrix, Properties of Determinants, Cramer’s Rule, Vector Spaces, Definition of Vector Space, Subspaces, Linear Independence, Basis and Dimension, Change of Basis, Row Space end Column Space, Linear transformations, Matrix Representations of Linear Transformations, Ortogonallik, The Scalar Product, Orthogonal Subspaces, Inner Product Spaces, Orthonormal Sets, The Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization Process, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Diagonalization.

 

DNK 201 Dynamics                   credit:  3

 

Course Content :

 

Definitions and principal axioms. Kinematics of particles. Linear, plane and general motions. Relative motion. Kinetics of particles. Newton s laws. Impuls and momentum principle. Work and Energy. Motion with resistance. Central-force Motion systems of particles. Collision. Variablesmass. Kinematics of Rigid Bodies. Kinetics of Rigid Bodies. Work and Energy. Impulse and momentum. Fixed-Axis rotation of rigit body. Plane motion of rigid body. Vibration of rigid body . Relative motion.

 

GUV 201 Elektronics                credit: 2 

 

Course Content :

 

MAT 291 Statistics                   credit:2

 

GUV 211 Celestial Navigation            credit:2

 

Course Content :

 

Introduction to celestial navigation, definition of the space, celestial sphere, composition and dimensions of the Solar System, explanation of the eccentricity of the earth’s orbit and the apparent annual motion of the Sun, the meaning of the Dec-SHA-RA-GHA-LHA, definition of the apparent solar time and mean solar time, time, equation of time, date line, explanation of astronomical triangle on the celestial sphere, finding and drawing of the astronomical fix and position, using of NP 401, HO 229 and Almanac.

 

GUV 231 Ship Construction         credit:  2

 

Course Content :

 

Ship Classification: According to propulsion, materials, using aim, working area, principals of working. Ship Types: Container, Ro-Ro, LASH, SEABEE, OBO, Tanker, General Cargo, Bulk carrier, Passenger. Ship geometry and from coefficients, lines, tonnages, freeboards. Ship Constructions: Keel, Single and Double Bottom, Floors, Frames, Hull Shell, Side Stringers, Decks, Transverse, Bulkheads, Pillars, Sea Chest, Engine Room, Holds. Ship Fore and Aft forms, Propulsion Systems Propellers, Blades. Ship Resistance. Outfitting. Draught Marks, safety Construction Certificate, Classifications Societies.

 

GUV 241 Marit.Eng.for Mar.Trns.Eng.I       credit:  2

 

Course Content :

 

This syllabus covers the requirements of the STCW / 95 Convention Chapter II Section A-II/1. This functional element provides the detailed knowledge of Maritime English to support training outcomes related to navigation at the operational level.

 

MAT 201 Differential Equations           credit:  4

 

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First Order Differential Equations, Second Order Linear Equations, Higher Order Linear Equations, Series Solutions of Second Order Linear Equations, The Laplace Transform, Systems of First Order Linear Equations

 

GUV 202 Marine Communication          credit: 3.5

 

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GUV 212 Celestial Navigation II               credit: 4

 

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GUV 222E Ship Maneuvering        credit:  1.5

 

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GUV 232E Electronical Navigation I                 credit: 2

 

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GUV 242E Marit.Eng.for Mar.Trns.Eng.II                                         credit: 2

 

Course Content :

 

This syllabus covers the requirements of the STCW / 95 Convention Chapter II Section A-II/1. This functional element provides the detailed knowledge of Maritime English to support training outcomes related to navigation at the operational level.

 

DFH 291E Maritime Safety II                                    no credit

 

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Fire fighting on the ship and first aid skills.

 

GUV 401E Marine Engines                      credit: 2

 

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GUV 411E Cargo Handling & Ship Stbl.II          credit: 3.5

 

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GUV 471E Maritime Law II                                                credit:  3

 

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GUV 402E Maritime Meteorology II                        credit:  2

 

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GUV 422E Personnel Management                          credit:  2

 

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GUV 442E Marit.Eng.for Mar.Trns.Eng.IV           credit:  2

 

Course Content :

 

This syllabus covers the requirements of the STCW / 95 Convention Chapter II Section A-II/1. This functional element provides the detailed knowledge of Maritime English to support training outcomes related to navigation at the operational level.

 

GEMİ İNŞAATI VE GEMİ MAKİNE MÜHENDİSLİĞİ DERS İÇERİKLERİ

 GEM 111E Intr. to Naval Architecture

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.):2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 2

Course Content: Definitions of ship and naval architecture. Types of ships and general arrangement plan. Ship weight and components. Ship geometry and form plan. Ship hydrostatic and stability. Tonnage freeboard and visible marks. Ship resistance and propulsion. The structure components of ships and construction types. Ship machinery and systems. Materials used in ship production. Ship production and shipyards. Ship design and design offices. Economic evaluation methods. Engineering Ethic Shipping

 

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE ENGINEERING

 

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE ENGINEERING

 

GEM 111E Intr. to Naval Architecture

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.):2 (2 - 0 - 0)    ECTS : 2

 

Course Content: 

 

Definitions of ship and naval architecture. Types of ships and general arrangement plan. Ship weight and components. Ship geometry and form plan. Ship hydrostatic and stability. Tonnage freeboard and visible marks. Ship resistance and propulsion. The structure components of ships and construction types. Ship machinery and systems. Materials used in ship production. Ship production and shipyards. Ship design and design offices. Economic evaluation methods. Engineering Ethic Shipping

 

RES 101E Technical Drawing

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (1 - 0 - 2) ECTS : 3

 

Course Content :

 

Drawing instruments, Meanings of Line Types, Lettering, Basic drawing methods, Technical Drawing in Engineering, geometric constructions and drawings, Letters and line styles, Multiview projection, Parallel projection, Sectional views, Dimensioning, Tolerance, Oblique and axonometric (isometric) drawings, Drawing standards, Threads, Fasteners, Surface Finishing Symbols, Standards, Assembly drawings.

 

STA 201E Statics

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 5

 

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Principles of statics, force vector, equilibrium of particle, moment of a couple, equilibrium of rigid body, planar forces, center of gravity, Theorem of Pappus-Guldinus, distributed loads and hydrostatics forces, supports and support reactions, Gerber beam, frames, simple machines, trusses, cables, friction, virtual work.

 

GEM 211E Ship Geometry

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (1 - 0 - 2) ECTS :  3

 

Course Content :

 

General definition of ship geometry, Overview of ship dimensions, Non-dimensional form coefficients, Body plan, Waterline and Profile planes and determination of drawings on these planes, Series 60 ship form plans, Geometrical drawing methods, Typical ship forms, Essential parameters to consider in ship design, Geometrical drawing of special ships, Form characteristics, Various applications.

 

MAL 201E Materials Science

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS :4

 

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Introduction to materials science and classification of atomic structures of the materials. Crystal structures and imperfections. Mechanical and physical properties of the engineering materials. Solid-state diffusion. Phase diagrams and solidification. Ferrous / non-ferrous alloys and heat treatment. Electrical, optical, thermal and magnetic properties associated with electron band structures of the materials. Metallic corrosion and prevention from corrosion.

 

MUK 203E Strength of Materials I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 5

 

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Introduction; Concept of modeling and basic principals. Stress. Strain. Mechanical properties of materials. Axial load. Torsion. Bending.

 

MAT 202E Numerical Methods

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 4

 

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Description of Numerical Methods and application of them particularly in engineering. Error analyses in numerical methods, analitical solutions, numerical methods for the solution of systems (lineer and non linear), approximation methods, interpolation, linear regression, numerical integration.

 

MUK 204E Strength of Materials II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 5

 

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Transverse shear, Combined loadings, Stress transformations, Strain transformations, Failure criteria, Design of beams and shafts, Deflection of beams and shafts, Buckling, Energy Methods.

 

TER 201E Thermodynamics

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 5

 

Course Content :
Introduction and Basic Concepts: Thermodynamics and Energy, Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics, Energy Conversion and General Energy Analysis, Properties of Pure Substances, Energy Analysis of Closed Systems, Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes, The Second Law of Thermodynamics: Heat Engines, Refrigerators and Heat Pumps, The Carnot Cycle, Entropy and The Increase of Entropy Principle, Exergy: A Measure of Work Potantial

 

GEM 212E Manufacturing Processe

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS :  2

 

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Introduction, Fundamentals of the mechanical behavior of the materials, Metal casting processes and equipments, Bulk deformation processes, Sheet metal forming processes, Joining and fastening proceses.

 

GEM 311E Marine Engines I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

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Working principles of diesel engines, engine types, two and four stroke engines, engine construction, and thermodynamic analysis of engines, combustion in diesel engines, diesel engine emissions and abatement technologies, fuel-oil, cooling and lubrication systems, supercharging, clutching and gearing, combined power plants: gas turbines and diesel engines, CODOG, CODAG, CODAD and CODLAC arrangements, engine and propeller matching.

 

GEM 321E Ship Theory

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3.5 (3 - 0 - 1) ECTS :  6.5

 

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Area, volume, center of gravity calculations, approximate evaluation of the area under curves. Hydrostatics curves. Transverse stability, initial stability of a ship. Effect of change in weight and special cargos. Stability at a large angle of inclination. Effect of free liquids. Effect of weight movements. The inclining experiment. Fundamentels effect on stability, dynamic stability. Stability when grounded, stability on waves, stability criteria, longitudinal stability. Trim calculations and curves. IMO and SOLAS regulations. Grain loading rules. Flooding calculations. Permeability. International rules for subdivision of ships. Floodable length curve evaluation methods. Bulkhead arrangements. Stability when flooded. Launching calculation: Static and dynamic calculations. Pressure calculations. Methods of launching, side launching.

 

GEM 331E Shipping Economics

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 3

 

Course Content :
Shipping market, Liner shipping, Bulk shipping, Tanker shipping, The charter market, Ship insurance,P&I clubs, Shipping finance, Engineering finance, Organization structures of shipping firms, Shipping costs, revenue and financial performance.

 

TUR 101E Turkish I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

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Definition of Language, Language and Thought, Language and Culture, World Languages (In Point of Origin and Structure), The Significance of Turkish Language among World Languages, The Historical Development of Turkish Language, The Structure of Turkish Language, Turkish Phonetics, Today’s Turkish Language,The Act of Writing and the Rules of Writing (Orthography), Spelling Rules, The Right Expression of Thought, Scientific Language and Turkish as a Scientific Language, Turkish Poetry and Poetry Language.

 

EKO 201E Economics

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (3 - 0 - 0) ECTS :  4

 

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Introduction to the principles of micro and macroeconomics, the fundamental problems of economies, the modeling of household and firm behaviors, market structures, the principles of public finance, the modeling of macroeconomics in an international context

 

TUR 101E Turkish I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

Course Content :

 

Definition of Language, Language and Thought, Language and Culture, World Languages (In Point of Origin and Structure), The Significance of Turkish Language among World Languages, The Historical Development of Turkish Language, The Structure of Turkish Language, Turkish Phonetics, Today’s Turkish Language,The Act of Writing and the Rules of Writing (Orthography), Spelling Rules, The Right Expression of Thought, Scientific Language and Turkish as a Scientific Language, Turkish Poetry and Poetry Language.

 

ATA 101 Atatürk İlk & İnkılap Trh I

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

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A definition of Revolution The aim and the importance of the Turkish history of revolution General state of the Ottoman Empire the reason for the decline Efforts to save the Ottoman Empire The current ideals The First World War Societies Mustafa Kemal in Anatolia and the Congresses The opening of the Great Turkish National Assembly Reactions to the National Government National and International policy The Mudanya treaty Lousanne conference

 

ATA 102 Atatürk İlk & İnkılap Trh II

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 2 (2 - 0 - 0) ECTS : 

 

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The declaration of the Republic The importance of the leader and the staff in the revolution Constitutional solutions to the problems related to the Lausanne Conference The participation of Turkey in pacts and in international organizations Reactions to the new governmental structure Trials in the multi-party system The Home and foreign policy of the Republic of Turkey Atatürk s foreign policy to inspire confidence in the future of Turkey Kemalism the Principles of Atatürk

 

GEM 492 Bitirme Tasarım Projesi

 

Credit (Theoretical-Tutorial-Lab.) : 3 (0 - 6 - 0) ECTS :