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Course Name
Turkish Gemilerde Havalandırma ve İklimlendirme Sistemleri
English Vent & Air Cond Sys For Ships
Course Code
GEM 447E Credit Lecture
Semester 7
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Selma Ergin
Course Objectives 1. To build a foundation of analytical capability for the solution of a great variety of ventilation and air-conditioning problems.
2. To build a sound understanding of ventilation and air conditioning systems for ships.
3. To introduce a unified view of the techniques and theory for the analysis and predictions of the ship ventilation and air conditioning systems.
Course Description Ventilation, natural ventilation, forced ventilation, ventilation systems for ships, design of ventilation systems, gas-vapour mixtures and air conditioning, dry and atmospheric air, specific and relative humidity of air, Dew-point temperature, adiabatic saturation and Wet-Bulb temperatures, psychrometric chart, human comfort and air conditioning, air conditioning processes, simple heating and cooling, adiabatic mixing of airstreams, wet cooling towers, air-conditioning systems for ships, design of air-conditioning systems.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to
I. To understand the physical concepts, laws and governing equations for the solution ventilation and air conditioning problems
II. To understand the ventilation and air conditioning systems for ships
III. To use analytical and numerical solution techniques in solving specific ventilation and air conditioning problems
IV. To carry out design of ventilation and air conditioning systems for ships
V. To understand the ventilation and air conditioning equipment and their analysis
Required Facilities
Textbook Jones, W.P., Air Conditioning Engineering, 5th Ed., Butterworth, Oxford, 2001.
Stocker, W.F., Jones, J.W., Refrigeration And Air Conditioning, 2nd Ed., Mcgraw-Hill, New York, 1982.
ASHRAE, Fundamentals Handbook, American Society Of Heating, Refrigerating And Air Conditioning Engineers, Atlanta, 1985.
SNAME, Marine Engineering, Editor:R.L. Harrington, The Society Of Naval Architects And Marine Engineers, 1992.
H.D. Mcgeorge, Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Seventh Edition, Butterworth-Heinemann,Oxford, 1995.
D.W. Smith, Marine Auxilary Machinery-6th Edition, Butterworth, London,1983.
Y.A. Çengel ve M.. Boles, Thermodynamics An Engineering Approach, Int. Ed., McGraw-Hill, 2002.
Other References J.P.Holman, Heat Transfer 8th ed., McGraw-Hill, 1997.
Y.A. Çengel, Heat and Mass Transfer, A Practical Approach, Third Edition (SI Units) , McGraw-Hill, 2006.
F.P. Incropera, D.P. DeWitt, Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, Fourth Edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1996.
A. Bejan, Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics, New York, John&Wiley&Sons, 1988.
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