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Course Name
Turkish Ship and Handling Maneuvring
English Ship and Handling Maneuvring
Course Code
MRT 311 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester -
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Emre Akyüz
Course Objectives 1. To teach internal and external factors that affect to ship handling and maneuvering.
2. To teach different types of ship maneuvering characteristics.
3. To teach ship handling in emergency for different situation and conditions.
4. To teach basic ship maneuvering (berthing/unberthing).
Course Description Resistance on ship handling and maneuvering. Engine and manoeuvre systems. Description of pivotal point. Steering, Turning circles and stopping distances. Effect of wind and current on ship handling. Squat, shallow water and similar effects. Proper procedures for anchoring and mooring. Ship handling in restricted waters. Berthing-unberthing, manoeuvre by tug and without tug. Basic ship handling maneuverings. Ship handling in heavy weather and in ice. Towing. Maneuvers for man overboard.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to;
I. Learn internal and external factors that affect to ship handling and maneuvering.
II. Learn different types of ship maneuvering characteristics.
III. Learn ship handling and maneuvering in different situation and conditions.
IV. Learn basic ship berthing &unberthing maneuvering.
Pre-requisite(s) non
Required Facilities -
Other -
Textbook 1. House, D.J., Ship Handling: Theory and Practice, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007.
1. MacElrevey, D.H., Shiphandling for the Mariner, 4th Ed., Cornell Maritime, 2004.
2. Japan Captains’ Association, A Guide to Ship Handling: The Best Seamanship, 2008.
Other References 1. House, D.J., Ship Handling: Theory and Practice, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007.
1. MacElrevey, D.H., Shiphandling for the Mariner, 4th Ed., Cornell Maritime, 2004.
2. Japan Captains’ Association, A Guide to Ship Handling: The Best Seamanship, 2008.
 
 
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