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Course Name
Turkish Yüzen Cisimlerin hidrostatiği
English Hydrostatics of Marine Vehic.
Course Code
DEN 340E Credit Lecture
Semester 5
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Hakan Akyıldız
Course Objectives 1.To provide an understanding of engineering fundamentals
2.To provide an understanding of basic hydrostatics of ships and marine vehicles
3.To offer various solution techniques to estimate the hydrostatics propertiesof ships and marine vehicles
4.To provide the ability to assess the safety of ships and marine vehicles in accordance with national and international safety regulations.
Course Description Ship geometry; Area, volume, centre of gravity of calculations. Approximate calculations of area, volume and centroids. Hydrostatic calc. and curves.
Course Outcomes 1. Be familiar with the concepts of ship hydrostatics
2. Perform ship hydrostatic calculations
3. Be familiar with relevant international criteria
4. Develop leadership characteristics and able to carry on research on ship hydrostatics.
Pre-requisite(s) NONE
Required Facilities NONE
Other NONE
Textbook Akyıldız, H., Ship and marine structures hydrostatics and stability, Solved Problems, 2020, ITU Publications.
Other References Baykal, R. ve Yıldız, A (1989). Gemi Hidrostatiği ve Stabilitesi, Çözümlü Problemleri. İTÜ Gemi İnşaatı
ve Deniz Bilimleri Fakültesi, İTÜ Matbaası.
Yılmaz, H. (2006). Gemi Hidrostatiği ve Stabilitesi. Birsen Yayınevi, İstanbul

Stokoe, E. A. (2003). Reed’s Naval Architecture for Marine Engineers, Reprinted by Adlard Coles
Nautical, London.
Biran, A.B. (2003). Ship Hydrostatics and Stability. Butterworth-Heinemann, Elsevier Publishing
Rawson K.J. and Tupper E.C., (2002). Basic Ship Theory, Fifth Edition, Reprinted.
Baxter B., (1992). Naval Architecture, Second Edition, Warsash Nautical Bookshop.
Derret D.R. (2006), Ship Stability for Masters and Mates, Sixth Edition – Consolidated 2006,
Butterworth-heinemann Ltd, Elsevier.
Gemi Mühendisliği El Kitabı, (2008). Editör, Prof.Dr. Tamer Yılmaz.
Tupper E.C. (1998). Introduction to Naval Architecture, Butterworth-Heinemann.
Gilmmer T.C. and Johnson B., (1982). Introduction to Naval Architecture, Naval Institute
Lewis E.V. (1988). Principles of Naval Architecture, Volume I, Stability and Strength, SNAME
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