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GEM 101 - Introduction to Naval Architecture and Marine Enginnering and Ethics

Course Objectives

1. Introductory knowledge of ships and naval architecture,
2. To establish an understanding of stages, methods and tools for ship design,
3. To give very basic knowledge on components of a ship, ship types, ship layout and system integration,
4. To introduce social, technical and economic constraints on ship design and to introduce a review of relevant maritime regulations in a very basic form,
5. To improve skills of presentation and report writing,
6. Additionally ethic and professional responsibilities of a naval architect in the process of ship design are introduced as a vital part of undergraduate education,
7. The course aims to enhance the individual skills as well as group work skills by means of lectures, class assignments and group projects.

Course Description

Definitions of ship and naval architecture:
• Types of ships and general arrangement plan.
• Ship weight and components.
• Ship geometry and form plan.
• Ship hydrostatic and stability.
• Rules and regulations.
• Ship resistance and propulsion.
• The structure components of ships and construction types.
• Ship machinery and systems.
• Materials used in ship production.
• Ship production and shipyards.
• Engineering Ethics.

Course Coordinator
Şebnem Helvacıoğlu
Course Language
Turkish
 
 
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