Course Title
Advanced Radiation Heat Transfer
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 501
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Object
ive and
brief Description
The aim of this course is to inform engineering methods about radiation which is one of
the heat transfer modes.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Modest, M.F., Radiative Heat Transfer, Academic Press, 2nd Edition, 2003.
2
Incropera, F.P., DeWitt, D. P., Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, 5th edition, Wiley, 2001.
3
Siegel, R., Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer, 4
th
edition, Taylor & Francis, 2001.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Fundamenta
ls of Radiation
2
Direct Heat Transfer With Radiation
3
Total Heat Transfer With Radiation in a Closed Volume Enclosed By
Non

Absorptive Environment
4
Total Heat Transfer with Radiation in a Closed Volume Enclosed By
Absorptive Environment
5
Applic
ations of Heat Transfer
6
Radiation

Convection

Conduction Triple Boundary Condition
7
Midterm Exam
8
Temperature Measurement with Radiation
9
Kirchoff Laws
10
Monte

Carlo Methods
11
Determination of Mean Rays
12
Radiation by a Black Body in
Definite Wave Integrals
13
Emissivity of Atmosphere Containing CO2 and Vapor, Solar Radiation
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam
and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on
instructor’s preference, assessment may be b
y written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects,
group presentation, or a combination of these.
2
Course Title
Advanced Conduction Heat Transfer
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 503
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, D
epartment of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective and
brief Description
The aim of this course is to provide the student with general mathematical teniques and
basic numerical methods used to solve advanced heat conduction problems
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Yener, Y., Kakaç S., Heat Conduction, 4
th
edition, Taylor & Francis, 2008.
2
Özışık, M. N., Heat Conduction, 2nd edition, Wiley

Interscience,
1993
3
Jiji, M.L., Heat Conduction, 3
rd
edition, Springer, 2009.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Foundations of heat transfer, general heat conduction equation
2
One

dimensional steady heat conduction
3
Orthogonal func
tions, fourier expansions and finite fourier transforms
4
Steady Two

and Three dimensional heat conduction:solutions with
separation of variables
5
Steady Two

and Three dimensional heat conduction:solutions with
separation of variables
6
Unsteady hea
t conduction: solutions with separation of variables
7
Midterm Exam
8
Solutions with integral transforms
9
Solutions with integral transforms
10
Numerical solutions
11
Numerical solutions
12
Futher methods of solution
13
Futher methods of so
lution
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a
combination of these.
3
Course Title
Heat Exhangers
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 505
Fall
MSc
Optional
Englis
h
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Object
ive and
brief Description
The aim of this course is to provide the students with common types of heat exchangers;
namely hair

pin, shell

and

tube, gasket

plate, and compact heat exchangers, fouling of
surfaces, fouling in designs, rating and sizing problem
s in heat exchanger design.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Kakac, S., Pramuanjaroenkij, A., Liu, H., Heat Exchangers: Selection, Rating and Thermal Design, 2
nd
edition,
CRC Press, 2002.
2
Kays, W.M., London A.L., Compact Heat Exhangers, 3rd editi
on, Krieger Publishing Company, 1998.
3
Shah, R.K., Sekulic D.P., Fundamentals of heat exchanger desingn, 1
st
edition, Wiley, 2002.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Classification of heat exchangers
2
Fundamental Definition
s
3
Temperature Profiles in Steady Conditions
4
Variable Heat Transfer Temperature Coefficients
5
Design of Heat Exchangers With Fins
6
Design of Evaporators
7
Midterm Exam
8
Design of Compact Heat Exchangers
9
Air

Cooled Heat Exchangers
1
0
Shell

and

Tube Reboilers
11
Pressure Drop In Heat Exchangers
12
Pressure Drop In Heat Exchangers
13
Material Selection and Stress Calculations In Heat Exchangers
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for
the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
4
Course Title
Finite Element Analysis
Department
Mechanical Engine
ering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 507
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor
Contact
I
nformation
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective and
brief Description
The objective of the cou
rse is to teach the basic fundamentals of finite element method
with emphasis on the underlying theory, assumptions, and modeling issues as well as
providing hands on experience using finite element software to model, analyze and
design systems of relevanc
e to engineers
.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Hughes
T.
J. R,
The Finite Element Method: Linear Static and Dynamic
Finite Element Analysis
,
Dover
Publications,
2000
.
2
Bathe
K.
J.,
Finite Element Procedures
, Prentice

Hall, 1996
.
3
Reddy J. N.,
An Introduction to the Finite

Element Method
,
3r
d edition, McGraw

Hill
, 2005.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Introduction to finite element analysis
2
Review of basic concepts in math and mechanics
3
1D and 2D finite ele
ment methods
4
Steady and unsteady advection

diffussion problems
5
Different stabilized formulations of incompressible mometum equations
6
Direct and iterative techniques for the solution of linear algebraic
systems
7
Midterm Exam
8
Heat transfe
r problems with free and forced convection
9
Heat transfer problems with free and forced convection
10
Error estimation and adaptive refinement
11
Formulation and fluid structure interaction
12
Other advanced topics
13
Other advanced topics
1
4
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combinati
on of these.
5
Course Title
Fundamentals and Applications of Hydrogen Energy
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 509
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Object
ive and
brief Description
The objective of the course is to teach the fundamentals and applications of hydrogen
energy.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Press, R.J., Santhanam K.S.V., Miri J.M., Bailey, A.V., Takacs, G.A., Introduction to Hydrogen T
echnology,
Wiley

Interscinece, 2008.
2
Williams, L.O., Hydrogen Power: An Introduction to Hydrogen Energy and Its Applications, 1st edition,
Pergamon Pr, 1980.
3
Lymberopoulos, N., Hydrogen

based autonomous power systems: techno

economic analysis of the
integration
of hydrogen in autonomous power systems, 1
st
edition, Springer, 2008.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Hydrogen Production Techniques
2
Steam reforming of hydrocarbons
3
Partial oxidation, solar generation of h
ydrogen from water
4
Phot
ovoltaic cell plus electrolyzer,
p
hotoelectrochemical cells
5
Photobiological systems, Photodegradation systems
6
Hydrogen usage as fuel in internal combustion engines
7
Midterm Exam
8
Hydrogen usage
steam generation fo
r steam turbines and in fuel cells
9
Hydrogen storage techniques: Gas storage, Liquid storage, Storage in
porous media
10
Hydrogen storage techniques: Gas storage, Liquid storage, Storage in
porous media
11
Hydrogen storage techniques: Gas storage, L
iquid storage, Storage in
porous media
12
Hydrogen safety.
13
Hydrogen safety.
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/a
nd oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
6
Course Title
Mechatronics
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours
/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 511
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
İsmail BÖĞREKCİ
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
81
)
e

mail:
ibogrekci
@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and b
rief
Description
The
aim of this course is to teach the design of a mechatronic system
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
William Bolton, “Mechatronics a multidisiplinary approach” Essex, England, Pearson education Ltd. 2008
2
Sabri Çetinkunt, “Mech
atronics” John Willey and Sons, Inc. 2007
3
David G Algiatore and Michael B Histand, “Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems” Mc
Graw Hill
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Sensors and transducers
2
Signal acqu
isition and conditioning
3
Signal processing
4
Mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems
5
Electrical and Electronical systems
6
System modelling, dynamic response and transfer functions
7
Midterm
Exam
8
Digital logic
9
Microprocessors
10
Programming Languages
11
Programmable logic controller
12
Communication systems
13
Mechatronics project
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam
and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on
instructor’s preference, asse
ssment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects,
group presentation, or a combination of these.
7
Course Title
Instrumentation a
nd Control
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engin
eering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 513
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
İsmail BÖĞREKCİ
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
81
)
e

mail:
ibogrekci
@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and b
rief
Description
The
aim of this course is to teach the Fundamentals of Instrumentation and Control and
implement these into practice.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
NJATC, “
Fundamentals of Instrumentation
”
Delmar Cengage Learning; 2 edition (Marc
h 19, 2008)
ISBN

10: 1418073512
ISBN

13: 978

1418073510
2
Terry L.M. Bartelt
, “
Instrumentation and Process Control
”
Delmar Cengage Learning; 1 edition (November 28,
2006) ISBN

10: 1418041718 ISBN

13: 978

1418041717
3
William Dunn
, “
Fundamentals of Indus
trial Instrumentation and Process Control
”
McGraw

Hill Professional; 1
edition (March 31, 2005) ISBN

10: 0071457356
I
SBN

13: 978

0071457354
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Measurement Concept
2
Electrical and electronic meas
urement ( Electrical measuring
instruments, power and energy measurement, magnetic measurements)
3
Electrical and electronic measurement (Process measurements: Level,
Flow, pressure, temperature etc. Measurement)
4
Electrical and electronic measurement
(Process measurements:
Dimension, viscosity, pH, Force, Torque, speed etc. Measurement)
5
Automatic control systems (Process control, Transfer functions)
6
Automatic control systems ( Automatic controllers and applications)
7
Midterm
Exam
8
Compu
ter aided control (Sensors and transducers)
9
Computer aided control (Transmitters, Telemetry systems and
recorders)
10
Computer aided control (Computer aided measurement and control
systems)
11
Instrument selection and commisioning (Programmable log
ic
controllers)
12
Instrument selection and commisioning (Distributed control systems)
13
Instrumentation and control project
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’
s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
8
Course Title
Machine Desi
gn
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineer
ing
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 515
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. İsmail BÖĞREKCİ
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engi
neering, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
81
)
e

mail:
ibogrekci
@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and brief
Description
The
aim of this course is to teach the Fundamentals Machine Desig
n and design and
manufacture a machine.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Robert L. Norton
, “
Machine Design: An Integrated Approach
”
Prentice Hall; 3 edition (May 20, 2005) ISBN

10: 0131481908 ISBN

13: 978

0131481909
2
Robert C. Juvinall and Kurt M
. Marshek
, “
Fundamentals of Machine Component Design
”
Wiley; 4 edition
(August 2, 2005) ISBN

10: 0471661775 ISBN

13: 978

0471661771
3
Robert L. Mott
, “
Machine Elements in Mechanical Design
”
Prentice Hall; 4 edition (July 26, 2003)
ISBN

10: 0130618853 ISB
N

13: 978

0130618856
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
Machine design fundamentals
2
Machine elements
3
Machine elements
4
Machine design Project (Financial and economical analysis)
5
Machine design Project (Soli
d state modelling and drawings)
6
Machine design Project (Solid state modelling and drawings)
7
Midterm
Exam
8
Machine design Project (Solid state modelling and drawings)
9
Machine design Project (Solid state modelling and drawings)
10
Machine de
sign Project (FEA analysis)
11
Machine design Project (Dynamic simulation)
12
Machine design Project (Manufacturing)
13
Machine design Project (Manufacturing)
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the f
inal exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
9
Course Title
Elementary Nanotechnology a
nd Nanometrology
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 517
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Ass. Prof. Dr. Pınar DEMİRCİOĞLU
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
42
)
e

mail:
p
i
nar.demircioglu
@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and
brief
Description
The aim of this course is to inform students about nanotechnology and nanometrology. In
this course, new methods in the field of nanotechnology will be studied on.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Charles P. Poole Jr., Frank J. O
wens, “Introduction to Nanotechnology”, Wiley
2
Whitehouse D.J., “Handbook of Surface and Nanometrology”, Institute of Physics, Bristol, (published in 1994),
2003, ISBN: 0
3
Taniguchi N.: On the basic concept of nanotechnology.
–
In: Proc. Int. Conf. Pro
d. Eng. Tokyo, 1974, part 2,
Tokyo: JSP4, 18
4
Whitehouse D.J.: Nanotechnology instrumentation.
–
Measurement + Control, 24 1991, No 2, 37
5
Binnig H., Rohrer H.: Scanning tunnelling microscopy.
–
Helv. Phys. Acta, 55, 1982, 726
COURSE CALENDAR / SCHEDU
LE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Workpiece accuracy and technical product specification
2
Metrology in precision engineering.
3
Development and state

of

the

art in precision engineering
4
Precision machining production techniques
5
Precision ma
chining limits and measurement sensitivities
6
Developments and requirements on instrumentation in nanotechnology
7
Midterm Exam
8
Instrumentation in nanotechnology
9
Stylus Contact Instruments and Optical Methods
10
Scanning tunneling and atomic
force microscopy
11
Building things with atoms
12
One atom

at

a

time construction of things
13
Atom manipulation
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preferen
ce, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
10
Course Title
Qual
ity Engi
neer
ing i
n Product
i
on Systems
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mech
anical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 519
Fall
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Ass. Prof. Dr. Pınar DEMİRCİOĞLU
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
42
)
e

mail:
p
i
nar.demirciogl
u
@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and brief
Description
The course
will
give a deeper understanding within production and quality engineering.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
G. Taguchi, E.A. Elsayed and T. Hsiang,
“
Quality Engineering in Production
Systems
”
,
McGraw

Hill, New
York, 1989
, ISBN:
978

0070628304
, 192.
2
Osanna P.H.,
Durakbasa M.N., Afjehi

Sadat A.,
“
Quality in Industry
”,
Mar
2004,
printed in Austria (TU Wien:
Abteilung Austauschbau und Mes
stechnik),
ISBN: 3

901888

23

3,
147.
COURSE CA
LENDAR / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Introduction to quality
2
General terms and definitions for quality management
3
Quality in production systems
4
Quality management philosophies and awards
5
Total quality management
6
Product r
ealization
7
Midterm Exam
8
Metrology and inspection
9
Quality management and Integration in modern production environment
10
Quality management system
11
Quality management system and tools for quality
12
Quality evaluation and quality improve
ment methods
13
The design of experiments to quality
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homewor
k, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
11
Course Title
Advance Heat Convection
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lec
ture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 502
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Camp
us, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective and
brief Description
The objective of the course is to provide students with insight into the nature of
convection problems physically and matematically,
and ability to understand and explain
convection phenomena.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Kays, W.M., Crawford M.E., Convective Heat and Mass Transfer, 3
rd
edition, McGraw

Hill.
2
Kakaç, S., Yener Y., Convective Heat Tranfer, 2nd edition, CRC

P
ress, 1995.
3
Bejan, A., Convection Heat Tranfer, Wiley, 3
rd
edition, 2004.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Inroduction to Advanced Heat Convection
2
Heat Convection Coefficient
3
Boundary Layer Theory:Hydrodynamic Bound
ary Layer
4
Thermal Boundary Layer, Laminar and Turbulent Flows
5
Conservation Equations:Continuum Equation, Impulse Equation,
Energy Equation
6
Boundary Layer Similarities
7
Midterm Exam
8
Reynolds

Colburn Similarities
9
Forced Convection: Ex
ternal Flow
10
Laminar Boundary Layer Over Flat Plates
11
Energy Intergral Equat
ion, Turbulent Paralell Flows O
ver Flat Plate
12
Staggered Flows Around Cylinders and Spheres, Internal Flows,
Velocity Profiles in Laminar and Turbulent Flows
13
Bound
ary Conditions and Energy Equations for Internal Flows, Natural
Convection.
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral
examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
12
Course Title
Advance Thermodynamics
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hour
s/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 504
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engine
ering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective and
brief Description
The course offers
Thermodynamic
laws of closed and open systems,
energy destruction
,
property relations, single phase
systems, Gibbs

Duhem relations,
multiphase systems,
equilibrium, and
engineering applications.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Bejan, A., Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics, 3
rd
edition, Wiley, 2006.
2
Winterbone, D., Advanced Thermodynamics for
Engineers, Butterworth

Heinemann, 1996.
3
Annamalai, A., Advanced Thermodynamics Engineering, 1
st
edition, CRC press, 2001.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Introduction

descriptions of terms
2
First law of thermodyanmics
3
Availability
4
Availability
5
Gibbsian Thermodynamics
6
State Relationships for real gasses and liquids
7
Midterm Exam
8
Thermodynamic properties for pure fluids
9
Thermodynamic properties of mixtures
10
Phase equilibrium for mixtures
11
Stability
12
Reaction direction and chemical equilibrium
13
Availability analysis for reacting systems
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, asses
sment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
13
Course Title
Heat Pipes Theory and Applications
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineer
ing
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 506
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Object
ive and
brief Description
This course offers basic and advanced techniques in the analytical and numerical
modeling of various heat pipe systems under a variety of operating conditions and
limitations, and the variety of complex and coupled processes of he
at and mass transfer in
heat pipes.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Reay, D., Kew P., Heat Pipes: Theory, Design, and Applications, 5
th
edition, Butterwoth

Heinemann, 2006.
2
Faghri, A., Heat Pipe Science and Technology, Taylor & Francis, 1st edi
tion, 1995.
3
Peterson, G.P., An Introduction to Heat Pipes:Modelling, Testing, and Applications, Wiley

Interscience, 1994
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Types and Applications of Heat Pipe
2
Working Fluids
3
Weak Mater
ials, Control Methods, Heat Characteristics
4
Heat Pipes Theory
5
Heat Pipes Theory
6
Capilary Limitation and Temperature Characteristics
7
Midterm Exam
8
Sonic, Drag, and Boiling Limitations
9
Heat Pipes Design and Design Samples
10
Heat Pi
pes Design and Design Samples
11
Construction of Heat Pipes
12
Various Applications of Heat Pipes in Energy Systems
13
Various Applications of Heat Pipes in Energy Systems
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
6
0 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
14
Course Title
Advanced Solar Engineering
Department
Mecha
nical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 508
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instru
ctor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective and
brief Description
The course
introduces students to the applications of solar energy as an alternavite source
of energy, and aims at enhancing the students understanding on solar energy avalilabitiy,
collection, and potential utilization of solar energy.
Textbook and Supplementary
readings
1
Kalogirou, S., Solar Energy Engineering:Processes and Systems, Academic Press, 2009.
2
Duffie, J.A., Beckman W.A., Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes, 3
rd
edition, Wiley
, 2006.
3
Goswami, D. Y., Kretih, F., Kreider J.F., Principles of So
lar Engineering, , 2
nd
edition, CRC Press, 2000.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Solar Radiation
2
Solar Radiation
3
Available solar radiation
4
Selected heat transfer topics
5
Raditation characteristics of opague mat
erials
6
Radiation transmission through glazing, absorbed radiation
7
Midterm Exam
8
Flat

plate collectors
9
Flat

plate collectors
10
Concentrating collectors
11
Energy storage
12
System thermal calculations
13
Solar water heating active a
nd passive
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation,
or a combination of these.
15
Course Title
Com
puter Aided Analysis of Thermal Systems
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
M
M
E 5
10
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yunus ÇERÇİ
Instructor Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel
: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1258) e

mail:ycerci@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective and
brief Description
The course offers the modeling of various types of heat transfer problems, and the
solution of these models by employing software packages and programming langua
ges.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Myers, G.E.,
A
nalytical Methods in Conduction
Heat Transfer
,
Amcht Publications, 2nd edition, 1998.
2
Moaveni, S.,
Finite Element Analysis Theory and Application with ANSYS, Prentice Hall, 3rd edition, 2007
.
3
Lewis, R. W. Fundamentals of the Finite Element Method for Heat and Fluid Flow, 1
st
edition, Wiley, 2004.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Introduction to heat tranfer
2
Finite difference equations in cartesian koor.
3
Finite difference equations in cartesian koor.
4
Finite difference eq
uations in cartesian koor.
5
Computer aided solution of steady heat transfer problems
6
Computer aided solution of unsteady heat transfer problems
7
Midterm Exam
8
Computer aided solution of unsteady heat transfer problems
9
Introduction to fini
te elements in heat transfer problems
10
Solution of one

dimensional steady heat transfer problems
11
Computer aided solution of one

dimensional steady heat transfer
problems
12
Solution of two

dimensional steady heat transfer problems
13
Solution
of unsteady heat transfer problems
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projec
ts, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
16
Course Title
Roboti
cs
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME
512
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. İsmail BÖĞREKCİ
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
81
)
e

mail:
ibogrekci
@adu.edu.tr
Cours
e Objective
and brief
Description
The
aim of this course is to teach the Fundamentals of Robot technology and Robot design.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Reza N. Jazar
, “
Theory of Applied Robotics: Kinematics, Dynamics, and Control
”
Springer; 2nd
ed. edition
(July 1, 2010) ISBN

10: 1441917497 ISBN

13: 978

1441917492
2
David Cook
, “
Robot Building for Beginners (Technology in Action)
”
Apress; 2 edition (January 6, 2010)
ISBN

10: 1430227486 ISBN

13: 978

1430227489
3
Maja J. Matari
, “
The Robotics P
rimer (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents)
”
The MIT Press
(September 30, 2007) ISBN

10: 026263354X ISBN

13: 978

0262633543
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Robotics and robotic manipulators
2
Rotation matrices
3
Hom
ogeneous transformations
4
Direct and inverse kinamatics
5
Jacobian matrix
6
Velocity and acceleration analyses
7
Midterm
Exam
8
Dynamic force analysis via Newton

Euler formulation
9
Motion equations
10
Trajectory planning
11
Independent j
oint control with computed torque method
12
Compliant motion control
13
Hybrid control with position and force feedbacks
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
pre
ference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
17
Course Title
Sensor Materials and Design
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Eng
ineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
M
M
E 514
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
İsmail BÖĞREKCİ
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty
of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 1281)
e

mail:ibogrekci@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and brief
Description
The
aim of this course is to give information regarding t
he sensor materials and sensors. Also
the aim is to teach the design stages for a sensor.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Jacob Fraden
, “
Handbook of Modern Sensors: Physics, Designs, and Applications
”
Springer; 3rd edition
(December 4, 2003) ISBN

1
0: 0387007504 ISBN

13: 978

0387007502
2
Graham M.
Broker, “
Introduction to Sensors
”
SciTech Publishing; First edition (August 25, 2008)
ISBN

10: 189112174X ISBN

13: 978

1891121746
3
Jon S. Wilson
, “
Sensor Technology Handbook
”
Newnes (December 22, 2004)
ISBN

10: 0750677295 ISBN

13: 978

0750677295
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Sensor materials (Physical sensor materials, chemical sensor materials)
2
Sensor materials (Biological sensor materials)
3
Data acquisition and
signals
4
Sensor characteristics (transfer functions, span, accuracy, precision,
hysteresis, linearity, Saturation
etc.
)
5
Sensor characteristics (Dynamic characteristic,
resolution, excitation,
reliability, uncertanity etc.)
6
Physical principle of
sensors
7
Midterm
Exam
8
Optical component of sensors
9
Interface electronic circuits
10
Position, displacement, level, velocity, accelaration sensors
11
Force, strain, tactile, pressure, flow, acoustic, light, radiation sensors
12
Temperature
sensors, chemical sensors
13
Sensor design project
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework
, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
18
Course Title
Precision Engineering and Production Metrology
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanica Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit ho
urs/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 516
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Ass. Prof. Dr. Pınar DEMİRCİOĞLU
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
42
)
e

mail:
p
i
nar.demircioglu
@
adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and brief
Description
The aim of this course is to inform students about precision engineering and production
metrology.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Whitehouse D.J.,
“
Handbook of Surface and Nanometrology
”,
Institu
te of
Physics, Bristol, (published in 19
94),
2003, ISBN: 0

7503

05835,
1150.
2
Durakbasa M.N., “
Geometrical Product Specifications and Verification for the
Analytical Description of
Technic
al and Non

Technical Structures”,
November 2003,
printed in Austr
ia (TU Wien:
Abteilung
Austauschbau und Mes
stechnik), ISBN: 3

901888

26

8,
152.
3
Pfeifer T.,
“Production Metrology”,
München, Wien: Oldenbourg
Wissenschaftsverlag, Augu
st 2002, ISBN: 3

486

25885

0,
421.
4
Smith G.T.,
“
Industrial Me
trology: Surfaces an
d Roundness”,
Springer Verlag,
2002, ISBN: 1

85233

507

6,
336.
COURSE CALENDAR / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Development tendencies in precision engineering and metrology
2
Precision machining production techniques
3
Precision machining
limits and measurement sensitivities
4
Geometrical product specifications and verification
5
Geometrical tolerances
6
Statistical tolerancing in interchangeable manufacturing
7
Midterm Exam
8
Coordinate metrology and coordinate measuring machine
s
9
Measurement on CMMs
10
Coordinate measurement for intelligent manufacturing environment
11
Surface analysis and evaluation of non

technical structures
12
Industrial applications of coordinate measuring machines
13
Coordinate metrology for eva
luation of non

technical surfaces
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on
instructor’s preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, project
s,
group presentation, or a combination of these.
19
Course Title
Engineering Metrology a
nd Quality Control
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Engineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 518
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Ass. Prof. Dr. Pınar DEMİRCİOĞLU
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Ay
tepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
42
)
e

mail:
p
i
nar.demircioglu
@adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and brief
Description
The aim of this course is to inform the students about metrology and quality control.
Textbook and Supplementary rea
dings
1
Whitehouse D.J., “Handbook of Surface and Nanometrology”, Institute of Physics, Bristol, (published in 1994),
2003, ISBN: 0
2
“Measurement in Technology”. A textbook from the multimedia courseware METROMEDIA
3
Pfeifer T., “Production Metrology”,
München, Wien: Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, August 2002, ISBN: 3
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
Introduction to concept of metrology and quality
2
Analysis of errors in measurement
3
Statistical quality control
4
Control charts
5
Linear measurement, tool used
6
Angular measurement, tool used
7
Midterm Exam
8
Other measurement techniques (optical, laser etc.)
9
Measurement of geometrical shape (roundness, flatness etc.)
10
Measurement of surface text
ure (surface roughness and waviness)
11
Measurement of screw threads
12
Measurement of gears
13
Limits and limit gauges
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on
instructor’s pr
eference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects,
group presentation, or a combination of these.
20
Course Title
Measurement Technology
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Division in the Dept.
Mechanical Eng
ineering
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lecture
Lab
Credit
ETSC
Credit
MME 520
Spring
MSc
Optional
English
3
0
3
7
Name of
Instructors
Ass. Prof. Dr. Pınar DEMİRCİOĞLU
Instructor
Contact
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Main Campus, Aytepe, 09010 Aydın. Tel: (256) 218 2000 (ext. 12
42
)
e

mail:
p
i
nar.demircioglu
@
adu.edu.tr
Course Objective
and brief
Description
The aim of this course is to inform the students about measurement science and technology.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
Whitehouse D.J.,
“Surfaces and their measurement”, Hermes Penton Science,
London, 2002,
ISBN
: 1

9039

9660

0,
395
.
2
“Measurement in Technology”. A textbook from the multimedia courseware METROMEDIA

ONLINE, ISBN:
80

89112

05

6.
COURSE CALENDAR / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Laboratory
1
History of measu
rement and measuring principles
2
Quantities and units
3
Measuring instruments
4
Properties of measuring instruments
5
Design and manufacturing of measuring instruments
6
Design criteria for instrumentation
7
Midterm Exam
8
Imaging and comput
er vision
9
Optical and Tactile imaging
10
Measurement of length, position and dimension
11
Measurement of surface roughness, waviness and the primary profile
12
Measurement of geometrical properties
13
Uncertainty of measurement
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for
Midterm Exam and
60 % for the final exam. Depending on
instructor’s preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects,
group presentation, or a combination of these.
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