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Course Name
Turkish Gemi Yardımcı Makinaları
English Marine Auxiliary Machinery
Course Code
GEM 312 Credit Lecture
Semester 6
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Osman Azmi Özsoysal
Course Objectives 1. To introduce the marine auxiliary machineries and their associates
2. To provide students with the design skills and equipment selection principles
3. To provide an ability to the students calculating the capacities of auxiliary machineries.
Course Description Types of pumps and their matching characteristics, starting systems, air bottles and compressors, anchor windlasses, rudder systems and machinery, heat exchangers, valves, separators, filters and strainers, fire extinguishers and fighting systems, inert gas systems, fuel transfer and bunker washing systems, evaporators and distilling plants, refrigeration rooms, air conditioning principles.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will have
I. an ability to apply knowledge of engineering.
II. an ability to design and select essential marine auxiliaries.
III. an ability to apply knowledge of engineering into thermal systems in machinery room.
Required Facilities
Textbook Lecture notes will be able to handle via NINOVA at each week
Other References 1. Marine Engineering, SNAME, 1980
2. D.W.Smith, Marine Auxiliary Machinery, 6th ed., published by Butterworth & Co., 1983
3. H.D.McGeorge, Marine Auxiliary Machinery, 7th ed., published by Butterworth & Heinemann Ltd., 1995
4. L.D.Simmons, Naval Propulsion Systems, Institute of Defense Analyses, US, 1991
5. Naval Auxiliary Machinery, US Naval Academy Press, 1956
6. F.Eralp, Gemi Yardımcı Makinaları, Cilt I-II, İTÜ yayını, sayı.15-16, 1988
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