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GENERAL INFORMATION
This department is the third oldest mechanical
engineering department in Turkey and
started its educational activities in 1969. The department has six divisions icluding
Thermodynamics, Materials Science, Construction and Manifacturing, Mechanics, Machine
Theory and Dynamics of Machinery, and Energy
.
Mechanical Engineering Department
is
a division dealing with education and research on the design, construction and operation of
the machines used in industry and the daily life of human.
Mechanical engineering
is a
broad engineering discipline with a c
urriculum providing a strong foundation in mathematics
and
physics followed by in

depth education in four of the principle engineering sciences,
thermal sciences, fluid engineering, materials science and engineering, solid mechanics and
mechanical design
.
The
main objective
of the department is to provide the required knowledge for the
rapidly developing science and technology, and to graduate engineers well educated parallel
to the developing technology with the required knowledge and ability to transmit
these
knowledge to practice, and having the ability to make analyses and syntheses.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering
offers
three
different
degrees
; BSc
,
MSc and PhD.
The capacity of the department is 100 student for the freshmen level
. T
he
numb
er of undergraduate, MSc and PhD students are approximately 560, 31 and 26,
respectively.
The academic and educational workload is shared by 11 professors,
6
associate
professors,
6
assistant professors,
1 lecturer
and
15
research assistants.
Up to now ov
er 2000
mechanical engineers have been graduated and approximately 200 graduate students have got
MSc and PhD degrees from this department.
Undergraduate program has been designed and developed to equip the students to
become a highly qualified engineer
ing professional in a career.
Our undergraduate program is
normally a
four year eduacation
but
one year English Language course is compulsory
before proceeding to department programs
.
30 percent of the courses are held in English
while the remaining 70 per
cent are in Turkish.
The department offers the students a strong
education in basic engineering science. At the same time, the students receive
a substantial
hands on laboratory and design experience. The department is equipped with classrooms,
teaching and
research laboratories and other facilities for students. The laboratories include
materials science laboratory, internal combustion laboratory, machine shop, machine elements
laboratory, thermodynamics laboratory, heating and climate laboratory, hydrolics
and fluids
laboratory.
The
Materials Science Laboratory
equipped with different furnaces for melting and
heat treatment,
tensile and hardness test units, and an
electron microscope which is used
for detailed
structural examination and microanalysis. The
Internal
Combustion
Engines
Laboratory
is equipped with internal combustion engine test unit and e
xhaust gas
analyzer
. The
M
achine Shop
mainly has the manufacturing equipment which is widely used by
seniors in their senior projects and by the researcher
s in setting up their experimental units. The
Machine Elements
Laboratory
is
equipped with experimental test units. The
Thermodynamics
Laboratory
is equipped with many heat transfer and flow test units. The
laboratory hols a wind tunnel.The
Heating and
Cl
imate
Laboratory
has several
experimental HVAC test units. The
Hydrolics
and Fluids
L
aboratory
is equipped with
a
xial turbine and centrifugal pump test units.
The department also has a
microcomputer
laboratory
which is used by students and faculty member
s.
http://www.
makina.ktu.edu.tr/
CONTACT
ADDRESS:
Karadeniz Technical University
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Trabzon 61080
TURKEY
P
hone
:
+90 462 377 29
05
and
+90 462 325
31
62
F
ax
: +90 462 325 5
5
26
ADMINISTRATION
CHAIRMAN:
Prof.
Ertan BAYDAR
Phone Numbers
: +90 462 377 29
05 and +90 462 377
29
62
E

Mail
:
baydar@ktu.edu.tr
DEPUTIES:
Assist.Prof. Yücel ÖZMEN
Phone Number
: +
90 462 377 35
76
E

Mail
:
yozmen@ktu.edu.tr
SECRETARY:
Ayşe EYÜBOĞLU
Phone Numbers
: +90 462 325 31
62 and +90 462 377 29
05
E

Mail
:
maksekreterlik@ktu.edu.tr
SOCRATES/ERASMUS Coordinator
Prof.
Me hmet Emin ARICI
Phone Number
: +90 462 377
29
00
E

Mail
:
arici@ktu.edu.tr
ACADEMIC STAFF AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
SUBDIVISION
RESEACHER
RESEARCH INTEREST
Thermodynamics
Prof. Burhan ÇUHADAROĞLU
Computational Fluids Dynamics, Hea
t
Transfer, Environmental Pollution
Prof. Ertan BAYDAR
Experimental and Numerical Fluids
Mechanics
Prof. Orhan AYDIN
Natural and Mixed Convection in
Enclosures, Electronics Cooling,
Material Processing, Heat Transfer in
Porous Media, Microscale Heat
Transfer, Micrptransport in Droplets,
CFD, Turbulence, Gas Radiation
Prof. Ahmet ÜNAL
Heat Exchangers, Natural Convection
in Enclosures
Prof. Alican DALOĞLU
Automobile Aerodynamics,
Heat and
Mass Transfer, Fluid Mechanics
Prof. M. Emin ARICI
Heat Transfer Enhancement,
Conbined
Heat Transfer
Assc
. Prof. Tülin BALİ
Heat Transfer in Rotating Flows,
Exergy Analysis in Haet Transfer
Syst
ems
Asst. Prof. Mustafa SARIOĞLU
Aerodynamics, Vortex Sheding
Asst. Prof
. Cevdet DEMİRTAŞ
Heat Transfer Enhancement in Boiler,
Drying,
Air

Conditioning, Heat
Exchanger
Res. Asst. Cemalettin AYGÜN
Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer
Res. Asst.
Birol BAŞ
AL
Heat Transfer
Res. Asst.
Erdem CÜCE
Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer
Res. Asst.
Osman TURAN
Heat Transfer
Res. Asst. Gürkan YEŞİLÖZ
Heat Transfer
Materials Science
Prof. Temel SAVAŞKAN
Materials Science and Tribology
Assc
. Prof. Gençaga PÜRÇEK
Ma
terials of Hydrodynamics Bearing,
Friction, Corrosion, Lubrication
Asst. Prof. Tevfik
KÜÇÜKÖMEROĞLU
Fatigue, Welding Methods
Asst. Prof. Yasin ALEMDAĞ
Res. Asst. Osman BİCAN
Materials Science , Tribology
Res. Asst.
Zeki AZAKLI
Materials Science
Res. Asst.
Onur SARAY
Materials Science
Construction and
Manifacturing
Prof. Aydın BIYIKLIOĞLU
Mechine Elements
Asst
. Prof. Hasan BAŞ
Bearings, Elstohydrodynamic
Lubrication, Tribology, Cam
Mechanisms
Lect. Mustafa Sabri DUMAN
Hydrodynamic Bearing
Me
chanics
Prof. Sami KARADENİZ
Mechanics
Prof. Hasan SOFUOĞLU
Mechanics, Characterization of
Mechanical Properties of Materials,
Cold and Hot Deformation of Metal
Forming Processes, Finite Element
Modelling and Analysis of Metal
Forming Processes, Finite
Element
Modelling and Analysis of Friction,
Failure Analysis/Investigation
Asst.
Prof.
Hasan GEDİKLİ
Mechanics,
Structural

Fluid interaction,
Finite Element Modelling and Analysis
Res. Asst. Recep GÜMRÜK
Mechanics
Machine Theory
and Dynamics of
Machi
nery
Prof. Muzaffer DOĞAN
Mechanic Vibration , Oil Film Bearing
Dampers
Assc.
Prof. Levent GÜMÜŞEL
Fuzzy Logic Control, Robots with
Elastic Arms
Res. Asst. Nurhan GÜRSEL
ÖZMEN
Flexible Robot Arms
Res. Asst. Murat Eray KORKMAZ
Artificial Neural Networ
ks
Energy
Asst. Prof. Yücel ÖZMEN
Fluids Mechanics, Heat Transfer
Asst.
Prof.
Mete AVCI
Thermodynamics, Heat transfer and
Duct Flows
Automotive
Prof. Orhan DURGUN
Internal Combustion Engines, Motor
Vehicles
Prof. Atilla BİLGİN
Internal Combustion Eng
ines, Fuels and
The Theory of Combustion, CFD,
Turbulence Modelling
Assc
. Prof. Hakan BAYRAKTAR
Internal Combustion Engines, Motor
Vehicles
Res. Asst. Derya SOYSAL
Energy
U
NDERGRADUATE PROGRAM (SCHEDULE
)
FIRST YEAR
Ref. Code
Cour
se Title
EC
H+T+L
C/E
Lang.
MAK 111
Introduction to Mechanical
Engineering
2
2+0+0
C
T
MHN 111
Engineering Drawing
5
3
+1+0
C
T
MAT
H
117
Mathematics

I
4
4+0+0
C
E
PHYS 119
Physics

I
4
4+0+0
C
E
KIM 1
17
Basic Chemistry
4
4+0+0
C
T
TDB 101
Turkish Language
2
2+0+0
C
T
AITB 191
Atatü
rk’s Principles and
Revolution History I
2
2+0+0
C
T
ENF 143
Basic Computer
4
3+1+0
C
T
YDI 111
English

I
3
3+0+0
C
E
First Semester
30
27+2+0
MECH 104
Computer Programming
5
2+2+0
C
E
MHN 112
Computer Aided Engineering
Dr
awing
6
2+2+0
C
T
MHN 116
Statics
4
3+1+0
C
T
MAT
H
118
Mathematics

II
4
4+0+0
C
E
PHYS 118
Physics

II
4
4+0+0
C
E
TDB 102
Turkish Language II.
2
2+0+0
C
T
AITB 192
Atatürk’s Principles and
Revolution History

II
2
2+0+0
C
T
YDI 112
English

II
3
3+0+0
C
E
Second Semester
30
22+5+0
FIRST YEAR
60
49+7+0
SECOND YEAR
Ref. Code
Course Tit
le
EC
H+T+L
C/E
Lang.
MAK 261
Materials
Science

I
5
4+0+0
C
T
M
ECH
241
Mechanics of Materials

I
6
3+0+0
C
E
MECH
251
Engineering
Thermodynamics

I
6
3+0+0
C
E
MHN 244
Dynamics
6
4+0+0
C
T
MAT
H
203
Mathematics

III
4
4+0+0
C
E
YDI 211
English Reading and Writing
3
2+0+0
C
E
Third Semester
30
20+0+0
MAK 246
Materials Seience II
5
3+0+1
C
T
MECH 252
Engineering
Thermodynamics

II
6
3+0+0
C
E
MHN 242
Mechanics of Materials

II
6
3+0+0
C
T
MAT
H
204
Mathematics
–
IV
5
4+0+0
C
E
ELK 203
Fundamenta
ls of Electrical
Engineering
5
4+0+0
C
T
YDM 214
Professional English

I
3
2+0+0
C
E
Fourth Semester
30
19+0+1
SECOND YEAR
60
39+0+1
THIRD YEAR
Ref.Code
Course Title
EC
H+T+
L
C/E
Lang.
MAK 301
Manufacturing
Processes
4
4+0+0
C
T
MAK 303
Heat Transfer
6
4+0+0
C
T
MAK 307
Numerical
Analysis
4
3+0+0
C
T
MAK 317
Machine Elements
–
I
6
4+0+0
C
T
MAK 361
Experimental Methods in
Engineering
3
2+0+1
C
T
MHN 311
Fluid Mechanics
5
4+0+0
C
T
YDM 313
Professional Eng
lish

II
2
2+0+0
C
E
Fifth Semester
30
2
3
+0+1
MAK 302
Internal Combustion
Engines
6
4+0+0
C
T
MAK 304
Automat
ic Control
4
3+0+0
C
T
MAK 308
Machining Process&
Machine
To
ols
6
4+0+0
C
T
MAK 322
Machine Elements
–
II
6
4+0+0
C
T
YDM 314
English in Business
2
2+0+0
C
E
SEC
Technical Elective

I
3
SEC
Technical Elective

II
3
Technical Electives
SEC 302
Mechanisms
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 304
Composite Materials
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 306
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 308
Applied Fluid Mechanics
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 310
Heat and Mass Transfer
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 312
Hydraulic Machines
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 314
Introduction to Stress Analysis
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 316
Fuels and Combustion
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 318
Failure Analysis
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 320
Aerodynam
ics
3
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 322
Computer Aided Design
3
3+0+0
E
T
Sixth Semester
30
2
3
+0+0
THIRD YEAR
60
4
6
+0+1
FOURTH
YEAR
Ref.Code
Course Title
EC
H+T+L
C/E
Lang.
MAK 403
Dynamics of Machinery
6
4+0+0
C
T
MAK 409
Production Management
6
3+0+0
C
T
MAK 495
Mechanical Engineering Lab.

I
10
0+0+3
C
T
SEC
Technical Elective

III
4
SEC
Technical Elective

I
V
4
Technical Electives
SEC 401
Power Transmission
4
3+0+
0
E
T
SEC 403
Intro
.
to Finite Element Method
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 405
Nondestructive Testing
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 407
Machine Design
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 409
Heating Ventilation and Air
Conditioning (HVAC)
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 411
Materials Selection
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 413
Steam Boilers and Heat
Exchangers
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 415
Design of
Internal Combustion
Engine
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 417
Air Pollution
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 419
Bearing
Technology
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 421
Introduction to
Mechanics of
Composite Materials
4
3+0+0
E
T
SEC 423
Robotics and Kine
matics
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 427
Motor Vehicle
Thecnique
4
3+0+0
E
SEC
Computer Aided
Eng.Applications
4
3+0+0
E
Seventh Semester
30
13+0+3
MAK 4
16
Mechanical Engineering Lab.
–
II
6
0+0+3
C
MAK 474
Machine Desig
n
6
0+3+0
C
TEZ 400
Sen
ior Report
10
0+6+0
C
SEC
Technical Elective

V
4
SEC
Technical Elective

VI
4
Technical Electives
SEC 402
Transport Technique
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 404
Motor Vehicles
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 406
Thermal Power Plants
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 408
Engineering Economics
4
2+0+0
E
SEC 410
Refrigeration
Technigue
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 412
Hydroelectric Power Plants
4
3+0
+0
E
SEC 414
Renewable Energy Sources
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 416
Building Installation
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 420
Computer Aided Manufactaring
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 422
Powder Metallurgy
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 424
Energy Management
4
3+0+0
E
SEC 426
Design of Engine Components
4
3+0+0
E
Eighth Semester
3
0
6+9+3
FOURTH YEAR
60
19+9+6
SUM OF EIGHT SEMESTERS
240
1
53
+16+
8
*
EC
= ECTS Credits
H
= Hours
T = Training
L = Laboratory
C/E
= C: Compulsory; E: Elective
Lang.
= Language; E: English; T: Turkish
UNDERGRADUATE COURSE DETAILS
FIRST YEAR
FIRST SEMESTER
MAK 111 INTRODUCTION TO MECHANI
CAL
ENGINERI
NG( 2+0
+0)
EC:
2
Year / Semester
1
st
Year/ Fall Semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering Department
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (28hours) (2 hours per week )
Coordination/
Hamdullah Çuvalci
C
o

lecturer
Other teaching person
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
To
introduce and endu
r
e
the mechanical engineering profession
and
the fields of
specialization in mechanical engineering
to the high school graduates accepted to
the
program as new students
,
and also
to introduce
the K
TU Mechanical Engineering program
Contents of the Course
Introduction of the KTU Mechanical Engineering Program and the regulations.
Engineering
profession and the place of mechanical engineeri
ng in it.
Development of mechanical
engineering.
Engineering ethics.
Contribution
of ME to the solution of soci
al problems.
Principal application areas of ME.
Feeling of being in the profession by sharing experience
of the alumni and colleagues and be
motivated
Textbook / Material
Engineering Science, BOLTON, W. , B.H. Newnes Co. , (1990).
Recommended
Reading
Introduction to Engineering, WRIGHT, P.H., A. KOBLASZ, W.E.
SAYLE II, John Wiley and Sons Inc., New York, (1989).
Method of Assessment
A writt
en mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical homeworks
(20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MHN 111
ENGINEERING DRAWING (3+1+0) EC: 5
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compu
lsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) (4 hours per
week)
Lecturer
Mustafa Sabri Duman
Co

lecturer
Hasan Baş
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives
of the Course
The course aims to provide the students the ability of preparing technical drawings for
manufacturing of a machine element, and reading existing drawings.
Contents of the Course
The introduction of tools and materials in engineering draw
ing and standard concept.
Geometrical constructions.
Projection, views of objects.
Principles of dimensioning.
Perspective drawing.
Sectional views: Full and half sections.
Surface quality marks.
Principles of tolerancing: Tolerances of fit and form toler
ances.
Welded and riveted constructions.
Drawings of bolted joints.
Fundamentals of machine elements drawing
.
Textbook / Material
Course notes.
Şen, İ.Z. ve Özçilingir, N., 2003, Teknik Resim

Temel Bilgiler,
Ege Basım, 2.Baskı, İstanbul.
Recommended
Rea
ding
Boundy, A.W. and Hass, I.L., 1991, Technical Drawing, McGraw

Hill Book Company.
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical homeworks
(20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MAT
H
117 MATHEMATICS

I (4+0+0)
EC :4
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mathematics
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours ) ( 4 hours per week)
Lectur
er
Ömer Pekşen
Co

lecturer
None
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The aim of the course is to teach the basic mathematical techniques, introducing at the same
time a number of mathematical skills which can be used for the ana
lysis of problems. The
emphasis is on the practical usability of mathematics; this goal is mainly pursued via a large
variety of examples and
applications from these disciplines.
Contents of the Course
Real numbers. Absolute value. Inequalities.
Funct
ions of one variable. Kinds of functions:Rational, algebraic, exponential,
logarithmic and trigonometric functions and their graphics.
Limit. Continuity. Derivative. Rolle and Mean Value theorems. Higher order derivatives.
Leibnitz formula for deri
vatives. Maximum and minimum problems. L’Hospital Rule.
Asymptotes and constructing graphs.
Sequences and convergence. Convergence in Series. Power series and radius of
convergence. Taylor and Maclauran Series.
Indefinite integral their calcula
tions.
Definite integral and their applications. Fourier Series.
Textbook / Material
Differential and Integral Calculus, N. Piskunov
Recommended Reading
Mathematical Methods for Science Students, G. Stephenson.
Method of Assessment
A written mid

te
rm exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
PHYS 119 PHYSICS

I (4+0+0) EC: 4
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Physics Department
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) ( 4 hours per week)
Lecturer
Ekrem Yanmaz
Co

lecturer
None
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The main object
ives of this course are to provide the student with a clear presentation of the
basic concepts and principles of physics.
Contents of the Course
Motion in one dimension.
Motion in two dimensions.
The laws of motion. Circular motion and other applicat
ion of Newton’s laws.
Work and energy. Potential energy.
Linear momentum and collisions.
Rotation of a rigid body. Rolling motion.
Angular momentum and torque. Oscillatory motion.
The law of universal gravitation.
Temperature. Thermal expansion and id
eal gases.
Heat and laws of thermodynamics
The kinetic theory of gases
Textbook / Material
Recommended
Reading
R.A.Serway
,
" Physics for Scientists & Engineers with Modern
Physics,” 3
rd
Ed. Vol. I,.
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical homeworks
(20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
.
KIM 117
BASIC CHEMISTRY (4+0+0) EC: 4
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compuls
ory
Department
Chemistry
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) ( 4 hours per week)
Lecturer
Neslihan Demirbaş
Co

lecturer
None
Language of instruction
English, Turkish
Objectives of the Course
The students should obta
in basic knowledge about the general chemistry topics, included in
the description.
Contents of the Course
Matter, The Elements, Compounds and Mixtures, Nomenclature.
Measurements, Mole,
Structures of Atoms and Atom Theories, Atomic Spectra and Energy
Levels, Quantum
Numbers, Orbitals, Electronic Configurations of Atoms, Periodic Table
Chemical Bonds.
Lewis Structures and Molecule Shapes.
Chemical Reactions, Solutions.
Chemical Equilibrium
Acid and Bases.
Gases.
Intermolecular Forces.
Liquid and Solid
Materials.
Thermochemistry.
Electrochemistry
Textbook / Material
Chemistry, Peter ATKINS and Loretta JONES.
Chemisrty, Charles E. MORTIMER
General Chemistry, PETRUCCI and HARWOOD
Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity, KOTZ and PURCELL
Recommended
Reading
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical homeworks
(20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
TDB 101 TURKISH LANGUAGE

I (2+0+0)
EC: 2
Year / Semester
1
st
y
ear
/
Fall semester
Status
Compulsary
Department
Department of Turkish Language
Prerequisite
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (28 hours)

2 hours per week
Lecturer
Department of Turkish Language
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objecti
ves of the Course
The main aim of the Turkish language lecture is to explain the structural properties of Turkish
language to the students of higher education.
Contents of the Course
The description of the language, its qualities and place in a nations
life. The relations between
language and culture, languages in the world and the place of Turkish language among them,
The development of Turkish language and present situation of thinking, reading and
understanding language; writing and fealing of Turkish
words.
In addition to the above subjects we will also teach the following topics.
The way of explanations: oral explanation and talking the place of talking in a person life.
The way of talking (Conferences and lectures). Discussions and its kinds. Writte
n
explanation, preperation of academic writings, articles, papers and reports.
Textbook / Material
Adem KILIÇOĞLU, Şükür GÖRMÜŞ, Yylmaz YNCE, Osman
DEMYRAYAK
, YÖK.

Çerçeve Programyna Uygun “Türk Dili
ve Kompozisyon Bilgileri”
Prof. Dr. Zeynep KORKMAZ, P
rof. Dr. Ahmet Bican
ERCYLASUN, Prof.Dr. Hamza ZÜLFYKAR ve diğerleri,
“
Yüksek Öğretim Öğrencileri İçin Türk Dili ve Kompozisyon
Bilgileri”.
Prof.Dr. Kemal YAVUZ, Prof.Dr. Kazım YETİŞ, Prof.Dr. Necat
BİRİNCİ
, “Üniversite Türk Dili ve Kompozisyon Dersleri”
Recommended Reading
Prof.Dr. Tuncer GÜLENSOY
, “Türkçe El Kitabı
“İmla Klavuzu” TDK Yay. 1998
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
AITB 191 ATATURK’S PRINCIPLES
AND
HISTORY OF TURKISH
REVOLUTION

I
(2+0+0)
EC:2
Year / Semester
1
st
year
/
Fall semester
Status
Compulsary
Department
Prerequisite
None
Form of Teachi
ng
Lectures (60 hours)

4 hours per week
Lecturer
The lecturers of The Department of Atatürk’s Principles &
History of Turkish Revolution
Co

lecturer
None
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The main aim is
to provide accurate
information about war of independence, Atatürk’s
reforms, thinking on the basis of Atatürk’s ideas and to bring them up in accordance with the
target.
Contents of the Course
Bringing up the process of transformation from an empire to a national state, t
he meaning and
importance of the Turkish National Struggle for independence, and the philosophy behind the
formation of the new Turkish State.
Textbook / Material
Yüksek Öğretim Kurulu Yayınları, Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap
Tarihi I ve II, Ankara, 1995. M. Kemal ATATÜRK, Nutuk,
Atatürk Araştırma Merkezi Yayını,Ankara,1997.
Recommended Reading
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practi
cal
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
ENF 143
B
ASIC
C
OMPUTER

I
(3+1+0)
EC: 4
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
E
nformatics
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) (4 hours per
week)
Lecturer
Co

lecturer
None
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Introduction to PC Hardware, Introduction to Operat
ing Systems, MS

DOS, Windows98,
Internet Usage, MS

Office.
Contents of the Course
PC Hardware : Main hardware units, I/O units, Communications units, Storage and memory
units.
Operating Systems (OS) : Main knowledge about MS

DOS, Windows, Unix, Linux.
MS

DOS :Basic directory and file commands, Formating harddisk and disket.
Windows98 : Window’ structure, Desktop usage, File and directory operations,
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etc⸮⸩
fnterne
t rsaÖe W eist潲y 潦 internetⰠ Br潷sersⰠct瀬⁔el
J
netⰠ b
J
mail潲搲〰〠 W CreatinÖⰠ
usinÖⰠ savinÖ 灲inti湧 摯Çuments filesⰠ c潲matti湧 c潮tents Eelecti湧 f潮t ty灥Ⱐf潮t size
etc⸮⸠F⸠KreatinÖ an搠usinÖ ta扬esⰠA摤ÇnÖ imaÖe fileⰠ maÖe 灲潰çrtiesK
bxcel㈰
〰MW ⁃reatinÖⰠ usinÖⰠ savinÖ 灲inti湧 excel filesⰠ t潲歳Üeets 灲潰çrties Er潷Ⱐc潬umnⰠ
cell operations). Usage of formules, Creating graphic, Formatting worksheets, Using data
operations (filtering, sorting, consolidate etc ...).
PowerPoint2000 : Creati
ng, saving and editing slides, Using effects, Making slideshows.
Textbook / Material
Syllabus
Recommended Reading
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
YDI
111
ENGLISH

I (3+0+0)
EC: 3
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Foreign Language
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) (3 hours per week)
Lecturer
Muhammet K
ul
Co

lecturer
Mesut Demirkıran, Yusu
f Ay歡nat
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
To be able to read, write and translate in the field.
Contents of the Course
Course description: English at upper

intermediate and advanced leve
l
The Physical Sciences
:
What are the Physical Sciences?: classifying and defining,Latin roots:
order of events
Pioneers in Physical Science: Latin roots, order of events
The Earth Sciences
: The
Compostion of the Earth: using diagrams Why Volcanoes Exist
: Latin roots, results and
causes
Mathematics
: The Branches of Mathematics: dividing, divions and subdivisions
From Counting to Einstein: cause and effect, inference, chronological order
Applied Science
:
Applying Science to Our Lives: sentences that list
The Link Between Science and
Technology: reference, reasons and results
Textbook / Material
Reading and Writing

the English of Science and Technology
by Karl Drobnic, Sharon Abrams ve Marjorie Morray,
PranticeHall, Inc.
Recommended Reading
Method of
Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
FIRST YEAR
SECOND SEMESTER
MECH 104
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (2+2+0)
EC: 5
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Sp
ring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (28 hours) and practicals (28 hours) ( 4 hours per
week)
Lecturer
Levent Gümüşel
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
Insights and basic knowledge of solving problems by using FORTRAN. Presentation of
Fortran features and most important Fortran statements.
Contents of the Course
Formulas coding in Fortran
Real, Integer and Character Data
Sy
ntax and usage of Fortran statement
Input/Output handling
IF and ELSE IF blocks
DO CONTINUE Loop
DIMENSION, Array
Library Function and statement Function
Function and Subroutine
Double precision
File Processing
Textbook / Material
Recommended Reading
L
. NYHOFF, S. LEESTMA
,
FORTRAN 77 for Engineers and
Scientists (ISBN 0

02

388620

X).
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MHN 112
COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DRAW
ING (2+2+0) EC: 6
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (28 hours) and practicals (28 hours)

4 hours per week)
Lectu
rer
Hasan Baş
Co

lecturer
M. Sabri Duman
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
The objective of this course is to teach the students how to design and align elements of an assembly
and create assembly drawings in computer environmen
t.
Contents of the Course
Principles of assembly drawings.
Assembly drawings of sliding and roller bearings.
Gear drawings and their assembly drawings.
Introduction to computer aided technical drawing.
Basic drawing functions and multi

view projection.
General concepts in 3D modeling.
Surface quality marks.
Creating parts in 3D design.
Solid modeling.
Assembly modeling.
Textbook / Material
Course notes.
Şen, İ.Z. ve Özçilingir, N., 2004, Makina Resmi, Ege Basım, 1.Baskı,
İstanbul.
Çerçi, D. ve Bağcı, Ö, 1998, Tasarımda CAD, Melisa Mat
baacılık,
İstanbul.
Recommended Reading
Jensen, C. and Helsel, J., 1992, Fundementals of Engineering
Drawings, McGraw Hill
Inc.
Method of Assessment
One written midterm exam (30%), practical report (20%) and a written
end

of

term exam (50%)
MHN 116
STATICS (3+1+0)
EC: 4
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Me
chanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours)

4 hours per
week
Lecturer
Sami
Karadeniz, Hasan S
ofuoğlu
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Engineering Mechanics is the branch of engineering that applies the principles of mechanics
to any design that must take into account the effect of forces. Main objective of
Co ur s e o n
S t a t i c s , whi c h c o ns i d e r s a c t i o n o f fo r c e s o n b o d i e s a nd fl ui d s t ha t a r e a t r e s t, i s t o i nt r o d uc e
t he s t ud e nt s t o t he e ngi ne e r i n g a p p l i c a t i o ns o f S t a t i c s .
Co nt e nt s o f t he Co urs e
Ge ne r a l Pr i nc i p l e s
Fo r c e Ve c t o r s
Eq ui l i b r i u m o f a Pa r t i c l e
Fo r
c e S ys t e m Re s ul t a nt s.
Eq ui l i b r i u m o f a Ri gi d Bo d y
S t r uc t ur a l Ana l ys i s.
Fr i c t i o n.
Ce nt e r o f Gr a vi t y a nd Ce nt r o i d.
Mo me nt o f I ne r t i a
Virtual Work
Textbook / Material
Recommended Reading
R. J . Hibbeler,
“ Engineering Mechanics : Statics”, SI
Edition,
P
rentice Hall,
1997.
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MAT
H
118
MATHEMATICS

II (4+0+0)
EC: 4
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Spring semeste
r
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mathematics
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) ( 4 hours per week)
Lecturer
Ömer Pekşen
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The aim of the course is to teach the basic mathematical techniques, introducing at the same
time a number of mathematical skills which can be used for the analysis of p
roblems. The
emphasis is on the practical usability of mathematics; this goal is mainly pursued via a large
variety of examples and applications from these disciplines.
Contents of the Course
Matrices and determinants.
Solutions of linear equations .Eig
envalues. Eigenvectors.
Cartesian coordinate system. Vectors. Linear independence. Inner product. Vector product.
Plane analytic geometry: Parabola. Hyperbola. Rotations and translations of axis. Polar,
cylindrical and spherical coordinates.
Functions of s
everal real variables. Limit. Continuity. Partial Derivatives. Chain rule. Minima
and maxima. Lagrange multiplier rule.
Taylor and Maclauran Series.
Line integrals.
Double Integrals and their applications. Double integrals in polar coordinates. Green
Theor
em.
Triple integrals and their applications. Triple integrals in Cylindrical and spherical
coordinates.
Surface integrals. Stocks theorem.
Textbook / Material
Ca
lculus and Analytic Geometry, Thomas.
Recommended Reading
Advanced Engineering Mathematics,
E.Kreyszig.
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
PHYS
118
PHYSICS

II (4+0+0)
EC: 4
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Physics
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) ( 4 hours per week)
Lecturer
Ekrem Yanmaz
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The main objectives of this course a
re to provide the student with a clear presentation of the
basic concepts and principles of physics.
Contents of the Course
Electric fields. Gauss’ law. Electric potential. Capacitance and dielectrics. Current and
resistance. Direct current circuits. M
agnetic fields. Sources of the magnetic field. Farady’s
law. Inductance. Alternating current circuits. Electromagnetic waves. The nature of
light and the laws of geometric optics. Geometric optics. Interference of light waves.
Textbook / M
aterial
Recommended Reading
I,R.A.Serway
,
" Physics for Scientists & Engineers with
Modern Physics,” 3
rd
Ed. Vol
.
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
TDB 102
TURKISH LANGUAGE

II (2+0+0)
EC: 2
Year / Semester
1
st
year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Department of Turkish Language
Prerequisite
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (28 hours)

2 hours per week
Lecturer
Department of Turkish Language
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
The main aim of the Turkish language lecture is to explain the structural properties of Turkish
language to the students
of higher education.
Contents of the Course
The description of the language, its qualities and place in a nations life. The relations between
language and culture, languages in the world and the place of Turkish language among them,
The development of T
urkish language and present situation of thinking, reading and
understanding language; writing and fealing of Turkish words.
In addition to the above subjects we will also teach the following topics.
The way of explanations: oral explanation and talking th
e place of talking in a person life.
The way of talking (Conferences and lectures). Discussions and its kinds. Written
explanation, preperation of academic writings, articles, papers and reports.
Textbook / Material
Adem KILIÇOĞLU, Şükür GÖRMÜŞ, Yylmaz YNCE, Osman
DEMYRAYAK
, YÖK.

Çerçeve Programyna Uygun “Türk Dili
ve Kompozisyon Bilgileri”
Prof. Dr. Zeynep KORKMAZ, Prof. Dr. Ahmet Bican
ERCYLASUN, Prof.Dr. Hamza ZÜLFYKAR ve diğerleri,
“
Yüksek Öğretim Öğrencileri İç
in Türk Dili ve Kompozisyon
Bilgileri”.
Prof.Dr. Kemal YAVUZ, Prof.Dr. Kazım YETİŞ, Prof.Dr. Necat
BİRİNCİ
, “Üniversite Türk Dili ve Kompozisyon Dersleri”
Recommended Reading
Prof.Dr. Tuncer GÜLENSOY
, “Türkçe El Kitabı
“İmla Klavuzu” TDK Yay. 1998
Method
of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
AITB 192
ATATURK’S PRINCIPLES AND
HISTORY OF TURKISH
REVOLUTION

II
(2+0+0)
EC:2
Year / Semester
1
st
Y
ear
/
Spring semester
Status
Compulsary
Department
Prerequisite
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (60 hours)

4 hours per week
Lecturer
The lecturers of The Department of Atatürk’s Principl
es &
History of Turkish Revolution
Co

lecturer
None
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The main aim is
to provide accurate information about war of independence, Atatürk’s
reforms, thinking on the basis of Atatürk’s ideas and to
bring them up in accordance with the
target.
Contents of the Course
Bringing up the process of transformation from an empire to a national state, the meaning and
importance of the Turkish National Struggle for independence, and the philosophy behind the
formation of the new Turkish State.
Textbook / Material
Yüksek Öğretim Kurulu Yayınları, Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap
Tarihi I ve II, Ankara, 1995. M. Kemal ATATÜRK, Nutuk,
Atatürk Araştırma Merkezi Yayını,Ankara,1997.
Recommended Reading
Method of As
sessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
YDI 112
E
NGLISH

II
(3
+0+0)
EC:
3
Year / Semester
1
st
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Foreign Languages
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) (
3 hours per week
)
Lecturer
Muhammet Kul
Co

lecturer
Ümit Yurduseven, Mesut Demirkıran
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
To be able to read and translate in English
Contents of the Course
Course description: English at upper

intermediate and advanced level
The Physical Sciences
: The Sources of Energy: listing in a series Nuclear Power

Yes or
No?: comparing, contrasting, supporting opinions
The Earth Sciences
: The Explosion of
Mount St. Helens: comparing, describing, supporting opinions
Volcanoes of the past: reference, chr
onology, results and causes
Mathematics:
S t a t i s t i c s
a n d t h e A n a l y s i s o f I n f o r ma t i o n: u s i n g s t a t i s t i c s t o ma k e c o mp a r i s o n s S t a t i s t i c s,, P r o b a b l i t y,
a n d P o p u l a t i o n: u s i n g f a c t s a n d o p i n i o n s t o g e t h e r
A p p l i e d S c i e n c e
: A u t o ma t i o n
–
F o r B e t t e r o r Wo r s e: r
e p o r t e d s p e e c h T r a n s f e r r i n g We s t e r n
T e c h n o l o g y t o D e v e l o p i n g n a t i o n s: i n f e r e n c e, u s i n g e x a mp l e s
T e x t b o o k / M a t e r i a l
R e c o mme n d e d R e a d i n g
R e a d i n g a n d Wr i t i n g

t h e E n g l i s h o f S c i e n c e a n d T e c h n o l o g y
b y K a r l D r o b n i c, S h a r o n A b r a ms v e M a r j o r i e M o r r a y,
P r a n t i
c e H a l l, I n c.
M e t h o d o f A s s e s s me n t
A w r i t t e n mi d

t e r m e x a m ( 3 0 % ), q u i z z e s a n d p r a c t i c a l
h o me w o r k s ( 2 0 % ) a n d a w r i t t e n e n d

o f

t e r m e x a m ( 5 0 % )
SECOND YEAR
THIRD
SEMESTER
MA
K
261
MATER
I
ALS SC
I
ENCE 1
(4
+0+0)
E
C: 6
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) ( 4 hours per week)
Lecturer
Temel Savaşkan, Fazlı Arslan
Co

lecturer
Language
of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Insights and basic knowledge of atomic, crystal and metallographic structure of metals and
alloys, deformation of metals, constitution of alloys, equilibrium diagrams and phase
transformations, iron and ste
el making, corrosion and polymers.
Contents of the Course
Introductory concepts: Atomic structure
Crystal structure and crystal defects
Deformation of metals
Solidification of metals and alloys
Constitution of alloys
Equilibrium diagrams and phase tran
sformations
The iron

carbon phase diagram and iron and steel making
Classification of steels
Corrosion of metals
Polymers
Textbook / Material
Temel Savaşkan,
“Malzeme Bilgisi ve Muayenesi
(Materials Science and Testing of Materials)”,
İkinci Baskı, Dery
a Kitapevi, 2000, Trabzon

TURKEY
(ISBN 975

486

8053

15

9)
S. H. Avner,
“Introduction to Physical Metallurgy”,
Second Edition, McGraw

Hill Book Company, 1974,
(ISBN 0

07

085018

6)
Recommended Reading
D. R. Askeland,
“The Science and Engineering of
Material
s”, VNR International, 1988 (ISBN 0

278

00057

6)
W. F. Smith,
“Principles of Materials Science and
Engineering”, Third edition, McGraw

Hill, Inc., 1996
(ISBN 0

07114717

9)
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homew
orks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MECH
241
MECHAN
I
CS OF MATER
I
ALS
I
(3
+0+0)
EC: 6
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) (3 hours per week)
Lecturer
Sami Karadeniz
,
Hasan Sofuoğlu
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a clear presentation of the theory and
application of the principles of engineering mechanics and to develo
p students’ ability to
analyze problems based on the understanding of its basic concepts.
Contents of the Course
Internal Forces and Shear and Bending Moment Diagrams
Concepts of Stress and Strain
Mechanical Properties of Materials
Normal Loading
Torsio
n
Pure Bending
Textbook / Material
R.C
Hibeler,
“
Mechanics of materials
”
, 3rd edition, (ISBN
0

13

256983

3)
, Prentice Hall, 2002.
Recommended Reading
F.P. Beer, E.R Johnston, Jr.
, “
Mechanics of materials
”
, 2nd
edition, (ISBN 0

07

112939

1)
Method of
Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
M
ECH
251
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMI
CS

I
(3
+0+0)
EC:
6
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compul
sory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) (3 hours per week)
Lecturer
Ahmet Ünal
, Orhan Aydın
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The course introduces the student to behaviour of pure substances and use of various forms of
equations of state. The fundamentals are presented through first and secon
d laws of
thermodynamics. Analysis and solutions of problems in closed system and control volume
applications are emphasized.
Contents of the Course
Basic concepts and definitions.
Pure substance and property of a pure substance.
I
deal
gas and state eq
uation for an ideal gas.
The first law of thermodynamics.
Open systems
First law of thermodynamics: Closed systems
The second
law of thermodynamics
Textbook / Material
Yunus A. Çengel, Michael A. Boles
,
“
Thermodynamics: An
Engineering Approach
”
, 4th
edition,
Recommended Reading
Yunus A. Çengel, Michael A. Boles “Mühendislik
Yaklaşımıyla Termodinamik”, 3. baskı, (ISBN 975

7860

78

6)
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term e
xam (50%)
MHN 244
DYNAMICS
(4
+0+0)
EC: 6
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours)

4 hours per week
Lecturer
Sami Karadeniz
, Hasan Sofuoğlu
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Newton’s Laws, Kinematics, Free Body, Kinetics
Contents of the Course
Kinematics of a Particle
Kinetics of a Particle; Force and Acceleration
Kinetics of a Part
icle ; Work and Energy
Kinetics of a Particle; Impulse and Momentum
Planar Kinematics of a Rigid Body.
Planar Kinetics of a Rigid Body :Force and Acceleration
Planar Kinetics of a Rigid Body :Work and Energy
Planar Kinetics of a Rigid Body :Impulse and Mom
entum
Three
–
aimensiçnal hinematics 潦 a⁒iÖi搠 B潤ç
qÜree
–
aimensiçnal hinetics 潦 a⁒iÖi搠 B潤çK
Textbook / Material
Recommended Reading
R.C.
Hibeler,
“
Engineering Mechanics : Dynamics”, SI
b摩ti潮Ⱐ mrentice eallⰠㄹ㤷N
Method of Assessment
A written
mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MAT
H
203
MATHEMATICS

III
(4
+0+0)
EC: 4
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mathematics
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) ( 4 hours per week)
Lecturer
Ziya Yapar
Co

lecturer
Language of instructio
n
English
Objectives of the Course
This is one of the basic calculus course which serves as the foundation of all advanced
subjects in applied and theoretical mathematics.
Contents of the Course
Constructing Differential equations and solutions.
Ordin
ary differential equations.
Higher order linear differential equations.
The system of differential equations.
Introduction to the partial differential equations. Separation of variables.
Textbook / Material
Recommended Reading
Şafak Alpay, Ersan Akyıldız, Albert Erkip,
" Lectures on
Differential Equations”, Matematik Vakfı, 1995.
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
YDI 211
ENGL
I
SH
READ
I
NG AND WR
I
T
I
NG
(2
+0+0)
EC:
3
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Fall semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Foreign Languages
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (28 hours) ( 2 hours per week)
Lecturer
Muhamm
et Kul
Co

lecturer
Mesut Demirkıran
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
To be able to read, write and translate in the field.
Contents of the Course
Course description: Academic studies in reading and writing beyond the secondary level
Life Scien
ces
:
The Science of Living Things: recognizing and using formal definitions From
Aristotle to DNA: Greek roots, using choronological order Genetic Engineering: examples
with ‘’such as’’: The Manipulation of Genetic Traits: thinking in English, deduction
and
subdivisions
Applied Science
: Automation
–
For Better or Worse: reported speech
Transferring Western Technology to Developing nations: inference, using examples
Textbook / Material
Reading and Writing

the English of Science and Technology
by Karl
Drobnic, Sharon Abrams ve Marjorie Morray,
PranticeHall, Inc.
Recommended Reading
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
SECOND YEAR
FOURTH
SEMESTER
MA
K
246
MA
TER
I
ALS SC
I
ENCE II
(3
+0+1)
EC: 5
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) and Practicals (14 hours) (4 h
ours per
week)
Lecturer
Temel Savaşkan, Fazlı Arslan
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Insights and basic knowledge of heat treatment of steel, case hardening methods, alloy steels
and testing of structure and mecha
nical properties of engineering materials.
Contents of the Course
Heat treatment of steel: Full annealing, normalizing, spherodizing and hardening
Isothermal transformation (TTT) diagrams
Hardenability
Tempering
Case hardening
Alloy steels
Priciples of
materials testing, metallography
Hardness, tensile and compression tests
Impact, fatigue and creep tests
Bend, Erichsen and torsion tests
Definitions for statics, principles of statics, equilibrium of a particle, force system resultants,
equilibrium of a r
igid body, trusses, friction, center of gravity and centroid, definitions for
dynamics, kinematics of a particle, kinetics of a particle, vibrations
Textbook / Material
Temel Savaşkan,
“Malzeme Bilgisi ve Muayenesi” (Materials
Science and Testing of Mate
rials)
İkinci Baskı, Derya Kitapevi, 2000, Trabzon

TURKEY (ISBN
975

486

8053

15

9)
S. H. Avner,
“Introduction to Physical Metallurgy”, Second
Edition, McGraw

Hill Book Company, 1974, (ISBN 0

07

085018

6)
Recommended
Reading
D. R. Askeland,
“The Science a
nd Engineering of Materials”,
VNR International, 1988 (ISBN 0

278

00057

6)
W. F. Smith,
“Principles of Materials Science and Engineering”,
Third edition, McGraw

Hill, Inc., 1996 (ISBN 0

07114717

9)
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), qu
izzes and practical homeworks
(20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
M
EC
H 252
ENG
I
NEER
I
NG THERMODYNAM
I
CS II
(3
+0+0)
EC: 6
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Pre
requisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours)

3 hours per week
Lecturer
Ahmet Ünal, Orhan Aydın
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
The student is introduced to the concepts of availability and
on component and cycle
performance. Gas mixture behaviour and properties are studied and applied to psychrometric
processes and combustion analysis
.
Contents of the Course
Entropy
Irreversibility and Availability
Power Cycles With Gas Fluids
Steam Powe
r Cycles
Refrigeration cycles
Mixture of ideal gases
Air

vapor mixture.
Textbook / Material
Yunus A. Çengel, Michael A. Boles
,
“
Thermodynamics: An
Engineering Approach
”
, 4th edition,
Recommended Reading
Yunus A. Çengel, Michael A. Boles “Mühendislik
Ya
klaşımıyla Termodinamik”, 3. baskı, (ISBN 975

7860

78

6)
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MHN 242
MECHAN
I
CS OF MATER
I
ALS

II
(3
+0+0)
EC:
6
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42 hours) (3 hours per week)
Lecturer
Sami Karadeniz,
Hasan Sofu
oğlu
Co

lecturer
Langu
age of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a clear presentation of the theory and
application of the principles of engineering mechanics and to develop students’ ability to
analyze proble
ms based on the understanding of its basic concepts.
Contents of the Course
Transverse Loading
Transformations of Stress and Strain
Design of Beams and Shafts
Deflection of Beams and Shafts
Energy Methods
Buckling of Columns
Textbook / Material
R.C
Hi
beler, “Mechanics of materials”
, 3rd edition, (ISBN
0

13

256983

3)
, Prentice Hall.
Recommended Reading
F.P. Beer, E.R Johnston, Jr., “Mechanics of materials”
, 2nd
edition, (ISBN 0

07

112939

1)
, McGraw Hill.
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (
30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MAT
H
204
MATHEMAT
I
CS

IV
(4
+0+0)
EC: 5
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mathematics
Prerequisite / Rec
ommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) ( 4 hours per week)
Lecturer
Ziya
Yapar
Co

lecturer
Language of
instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
This is an introductory course in complex analysis, giving the basics of the theory, with an
emphasis on complex integration.
Contents of the Course
Complex numbers and functions of complex variables, analy
tic functions.
Complex sequences and series.
Elementary functions.
Complex integration and Cauchy’s theorem, Cauchy’ integral theorem.
Residues, Residue theorem.
Conformal mapping.
Laplace and Fourier transformations
.
Textbook / Material
R.V.Churcill, J.
W.Brown; Complex Variables and Applications,
McGraw

Hill, 1984
Recommended
Reading
S.D.Fisher; Complex Variables, Wadsworth&Brodes/cole, 1990
J.E.Marsden; Basic complex analysis, W.H.Freeman and Co. 1973
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (
30%), quizzes and practical homeworks
(20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
ELK 203
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTR
I
CAL ENG
I
NEER
I
NG
(4
+0+0)
EC:
5
Year / Semester
2
nd
Year / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Electrical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) (4 hours per week)
Lecturer
İsmail H. Altaş
Co

lecturer
H.İ. Okumus
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
To provide an introduction to the basic topics in electrical circuits, machines, and their
utilization in industrial applications.
Contents of the Cour
se
Basic definitions for electricity, voltage, current and power. Circuit laws and applications to
direct and alternating current circuits. Direct and alternating current machines. Basics of
power electronics and drive systems. Operating and controlling el
ectrical machines in
industrial applications. Computer based examples for all topics.
Textbook / Material
Lecture notes and computer softwares
Electrical Machines, drives, and Power Systems by T. Wildi,
Prentice Hall .
Electrical Technology by McKenzie,
Smith, Hughes,
Addison

Wesley

Longman Books.
Electric Circuits Analysis by S. A. Boctor,
Prentice Hall
Recommended Reading
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%
)
YD
M
21
4
PROFESS
I
ONAL ENGL
I
SH

I
(2
+0+0)
EC:
3
Year / Semester
2
nd
y
ear / Spring semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (28
hours) (
2 hours per week
)
Lecturer
Habi
p Asan, Levent Gümüşel
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
English
Objectives of the Course
To develop the ability to read and comprehend technical texts in the field of Mechanical
Engineering. vocabulary building through the study of word constructi
on, ability to write
formal definitions of technical terms and expression, ability to analyze information presented
in graphs, charts, tables, etc., remedial grammar; i.e., recognizing various grammatical
structures that will aid the student improve his/he
r rhetorical knowledge.
Contents of the Course
The design
s
ymbols and terms used in Mechanical Engineering
Translation of engineering related articles
Organization of a Formal Proposal
Engineering Materials, Vectors, Force, Friction, Levers,
S
tress and S
train,
Ideal and Practical Machines, Four

Stroke Petrol Engine
.
Textbook / Material
Eric H. Glendinning “
Eng
lish in Mechanical Engineering
,
”
Oxford Univ. 1974(ISBN 019437501 3)
Articles from various engineering oriented journals.
Recommended Reading
Di
ctionaries:
A suitable English

English dictionary is
strongly recommended (Oxford

Advanced Learners
Dictionary, or Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary ). In
addition, Chambers Dictionary of Science and Technology
may be consulted for exact definitions
of technical terms
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
THIRD YEAR
FIFTH
SEMESTER
MAK 301
M
ANUFACTURING
PROCESSES
(4+0+0)
EC:
4
Year / Semester
3
rd
Year / Fall
semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours) (
4 hours per week
)
Lecturer
Temel Savaşkan, Fazlı Arslan, Tevfik Küçükömeroğlu
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Insights and basic knowledge of melting and casting, welding and metal working.
Contents of the Course
Casting: Casting sands
and pattern making
Moulding and casting methods
Melting furnaces
Casting of metals and alloys
Welding: Electric arc welding
Flame and arc cutting
Welding electrodes
Soldering
Plastic working: Cold and hot working
Forging
Rolling
Extrusion
Wire drawing
For
ming of sheet metals: Deep drawing, spinning and stretch forming
Textbook / Material
E. S. Kayalı ve C. Ensari, İTÜ Kimya
,
“Metallere Plastik
Şekil Verme İlke ve Uygulamaları”, Üçüncü baskı,

Metallurji Fakültesi, İstanbul, 2000 (ISBN 975

561

170

3)
L. Çapan,
“Metallere Plastik Şekil Verme”, İkinci baskı,
Çağlayan Basımevi, İstanbul, Turke
y, 1990 (ISBN 975

436

008

1).
Recommended Reading
1. “Malzemelerin Yapısı ve Mekanik Davranışları”,
İkinci baskı, H. Çimenoğlu ve E. S. Kayalı, İTÜ Kimya

Metalurji Fakültesi, Yayın No: 4, İstanbul, 1991.
2. “Metals Handbook”, Desk Edition, American Societ
y
for Metals, Metals Park, Ohio, USA, 1985 (ISBN 0

87170

188

X)
Method of Assessment
A written mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MAK 303 HEAT TRANSFER (4+0+0)
EC:6
Year / Semester
3
rd
Year / Fall
semester
Status
Compulsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (56 hours)

4 hours per week
Lecturer
Orhan Ayd
ın
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
To acquaint students with the underlying principles of conduction, convection, and radiation
heat transfer
To enable students to analytically and numerically solve steady and tran
sient heat transfer
problems with one or more spatial dimensions
To impart an ability to apply principles and solution techniques to quantitative engineering
problems in a design context.
Contents of the Course
Introduction
Conduction
1

D Steady State
2

D Steady State
Unsteady Conduction
Convection
External Convection
Internal Convection
Free Convection.
Textbook / Material
F.C. Incropera and D.P. DeWitt,
"Heat Transfer", 4th
edition, Wiley, 1996.
Recommended Reading
Method of Assessment
A written
mid

term exam (30%), quizzes and practical
homeworks (20%) and a written end

of

term exam (50%)
MAK 307
N
UMERICAL
ANALYS
I
S
(3+0+0)
EC: 4
Year / Semester
3
rd
Year / Fall
semester
Status
Compu
lsory
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite / Recommended
None
Form of Teaching
Lectures (42hours)(3 hours per week.)
Lecturer
Atilla Bilgin
Co

lecturer
Language of instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Acquiring a basic knowledge
of the fundamentals of numerical solutions for engineering
problems, and t
o improve their computer skill.
Contents of the Course
Concept of mathematical modeling.
Approximations and errors.
Roots of equations.
Systems of linear algebraic equations.
Curve fitting.
Numerical differentiation and integration.
Numerical solutions of the ordinary differential
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