COURSE UNIT TITLE

: NAVIGATION ENGINEERING

Description of Individual Course Units

Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Type Of Course D U L ECTS
ETE 3031 NAVIGATION ENGINEERING ELECTIVE 2 0 0 4

Offered By

Faculty of Engineering

Level of Course Unit

First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)

Course Coordinator

PROFESSOR SELÇUK NAS

Offered to

Industrial Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Computer Engineering
Textile Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Geological Engineering
Geophysical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Mining Engineering
Geological Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Course Objective

After successful completion of the course the students should gain advanced knowledge and skills related to navigation engineering

Learning Outcomes of the Course Unit

1   Knowledge on International designing principles and standards on the water ways and ship maneuvering areas .
2   Knowledge on Maneuvering principles and limitations of the ships
3   Knowledge on Designing principles of navigation engineering
4   Understanding on Safety of maneuvering at sea
5   Skill on designing of maneuvering area.

Mode of Delivery

Face -to- Face

Prerequisites and Co-requisites

None

Recomended Optional Programme Components

None

Course Contents

Week Subject Description
1 Port-Ship Interface, International designing principles and standards on the water ways and the ship maneuvering areas.
2 Ship dimensions, Maneuvering principles and limitations of the ships
3 Meteorological conditions and effects on the ships
4 Ship motion components
5 Characteristics of harbour manoeuvrings
6 Channel dimensions, depth and curves.
7 Designing principles of manoeuvring areas.
8 Mid Term Exam
9 Designing principles of basin areas
10 Mooring pattern
11 Bollards and Fenders
12 Types of Tug boats and effects
13 Designing principles of the petroleum terminals
14 Presentations

Recomended or Required Reading

BSI (2000), BS 6349-1. Maritime Structures, Part 1: Code of Practice for General Criteria. British Standards Institution, London.

Bruun, P. (1981) Port Engineering. Gulf Publishing Company. Houston.

Department of The Navy Naval Facilities Engineering Command (1984) Harbour Design Manual Alexandria, VA.

DLH (2007) Kıyı Yapıları ve Limanlar Planlama ve Tasarım Teknik Esasları. T.C. Ulaştırma Bakanlığı Demiryollar, Limanlar, Havameydanları Inşaatı Genel Müdürlüğü. Yüksel Proje. Ankara.

Gucma, S. (1994) Application of Computer Simulation Methods of Ship Movements to Waterway Designing Permanent International Association of Navigation Congress (PIANC). Section II. Maritime Ports and Seaways (For Commercial, Fishery and Pleasure Navigation), Subject 3, Design and Construction of Port Facilities and Structures.

Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

Literature review, case studies, presentation and discussion, computer based learning

Assessment Methods

SORTING NUMBER SHORT CODE LONG CODE FORMULA
1 MTE MIDTERM EXAM
2 ASG ASSIGNMENT
3 FIN FINAL EXAM
4 FCG FINAL COURSE GRADE MTE * 0.30 + ASG * 0.20 + FIN * 0.50
5 RST RESIT
6 FCG FINAL COURSE GRADE MTE * 0.30 + ASG * 0.20 + RST * 0.50


*** Resit Exam is Not Administered in Institutions Where Resit is not Applicable.

Further Notes About Assessment Methods

None

Assessment Criteria

Knowledge about ship maneuvering areas and water ways at undergraduate level, having skills and competencies, research, analysis, interpretation, verbal and written expression, innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial skills and competencies will be evaluated..

Language of Instruction

English

Course Policies and Rules

Students have to attend the 70% of the course program.

Contact Details for the Lecturer(s)

0 232 301 88 03
0 532 331 51 31
snas@deu.edu.tr

Office Hours

Tuesday 10 00 12 00

Work Placement(s)

None

Workload Calculation

Activities Number Time (hours) Total Work Load (hours)
Lectures 14 2 28
Preparing assignments 1 15 15
Preparing presentations 1 10 10
Preparations before/after weekly lectures 14 2 28
Preparation for midterm exam 1 10 10
Preparation for final exam 1 15 15
Midterm 1 2 2
Final 1 2 2
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours) 110

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

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