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Course Name
Turkish Gemilerin Hidrodinamik Dizaynı
English Hydrodynamic Design of Ships
Course Code
GEM 426E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 8
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Devrim Bülent Danışman
Course Objectives 1. Acquire the basic principles in relations between ship hydrodynamics and geometry
2. Provide students the necessary background in order to design the hull form of ships with hydrodynamics point of view.
3. Develop the integrative design skills of students by means of applied studies
Course Description Relations between hull geometry and ship hydrodynamics. Global design for hydrodynamics point of view. Bow form optimization. Design evaluation. Hull form development. 3-D flow around ships depending on viscous theory. Aft form design of ships. Form characteristics of special types of ships. Appendage design. Design for seakeeping and maneouvering. Fins, wake ducks and other devices to achieve flow uniformity.
Course Outcomes 1. A good understanding of the physics of the flow around ships
2. Have a profound (practical, computational and experimental) knowledge to relate the flow around ships with their geometry
3. Achieve global and/or local (bow and aft form, appendages) form optimization for hydrodynamic point of view
4. Develop leadership characteristics and able to carry on research on the given design assignments
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