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Course Name
Turkish Gemi Titreşimleri
English Ship Vibrations
Course Code
GEM 409 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 7
- 2 1 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Bahadır Uğurlu
Course Objectives 1.To understand the key concepts, ideas, and fundamental principles of structural vibration.
2.To transform engineering problems with a dynamic context into representative models, which are realistic enough, yet suitable for analytical treatment.
3.To perform vibration analysis of structural systems and study their dynamic behavior.
4.To describe dynamics of continuous systems in terms of multi-degrees-of-freedom systems, study their vibration, and evaluate resulting performance.
5.To apply numerical solution techniques to vibration problems.
6.To study the vibration of ship structures considering different types of excitations.
7.To perform frequency domain vibration analysis of ship structures.
8.To improve programming skills for engineering computation and understand the significance of using modern computational tools for solution of engineering problems.
Course Description Fundamentals of structural vibration: basic concepts and elements, excitations and their effects, main principles; Free and forced (due to harmonic and periodic excitations) vibrations of single- and multi-degrees-of-freedom systems; Dynamic characteristics; Modal analysis; Vibration of continuous systems with the finite element method; Forced vibration of ship structures; Introduction to vibration measurement; Vibration reduction in ship structures, Ship vibration criteria
Course Outcomes 1.Having knowledge about the key concepts, elements, and principles of structural vibration.
2.Being able to perform vibration analysis of a structural system, evaluate its dynamic performance, and alter its dynamic behavior by changing the mechanical configuration.
3.Being able to develop solution models, perform analysis, and evaluate results for the vibration problems of ship structures.
4.Being able to use technical computing tools for vibration analysis through analytical and numerical approaches.
Pre-requisite(s) MAT 210E Engineering Mathematics
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook
Other References Turhan, Ö., Mekanik Titreşimler-1, Nobel Akademik Yayıncılık, 2017
Bishop, R.E.D., Vibration (2nd ed.), Cambridge University Press, 1979.
Jensen, J.J., Load and Global Response of Ships, Elsevier, 2001.
Vorus, W.S., Vibration, The Society of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineers, 2010.
Bai, Y., Bai, W.-L., Marine Structural Design (2nd ed.), Butterworth-Heineman, 2016.
Shabana, A.,Theory of Vibration: An Introduction (3rd ed.), Springer, 2018.
 
 
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