Course Contents - Enerji Sistemleri Mühendisliği Bölümü
Course Contents

1ST SEMESTER

ESM-101 COMPUTER AIDED TECHNICAL DRAWING

Introduction to computer aided technical drawing. Geometric drawings. Principles of perpendicular projection. Removing the basic appearance from three-dimensional models. Autocad-basic commands. Drawing the third missed appearance using the two principal appearances. Freehand drawing techniques. Perspective forms. Principles of measurement. Principles of section elements; Full and half sections. Traditional practices. Working with Autocad-texts. Scan and query commands. Autocad-dimensioning. Blocks and external references.

ESM-103 INTRODUCTION TO ENERGY ENGINEERING

Definition of energy and energy systems engineering. Units and dimensions. Classification of energy sources. Fossil resources (coal, oil, natural gas), renewable energy sources (wind, solar, geothermal, wave, tide, biomass, hydraulics), nuclear energy. Energy efficiency. Thermal energy conversion systems. Fossil fuels and environment. Nuclear energy and environment. Energy storage. Hydrogen energy. Advanced technologies.

FİZ-101 PHYSICS-I

Unit systems and vectors. Motion in one dimension. Motion in two dimensions. Fundamental forces in the nature and Newton's laws of motion. The applications of motion laws and the universal gravitational force. Work-energy concept and applications. Potential energy and conservation of energy. Linear momentum and collisions. Circular motion. Rotation around the axis of rigid body. Torque and static balance. Rolling motion and angular momentum. Mass-gravitation law. The principle of fluid mechanics. Temperature. Heat and the first law of thermodynamics. Kinetic theory of gases. Heat engines. Entropy. The second law of thermodynamics.

KİM-101 CHEMISTRY-I

Basic concepts in chemistry: matter, element, compound, mole, mixture and some chemical concepts. Basic chemistry laws: conservation of mass, constant ratios, deck ratios, etc. Atom and mole mass. Symbols, formulas, equations and compounds. Simple formula, formula of molecule formula. The concept of valency, the spelling and naming of compound formulas. Chemical reactions and chemical equations. Stoichiometry. Oxidation-reduction reactions (redox). Periodic table and properties of some atoms: electronegativity, ionization energy, electron affinity, quantum numbers and electron orbitals. Gases: simple gas laws, ideal gas equation, kinetic theory of gases, real gases. Thermochemistry: heat, reaction heat and calorimetry. Chemical bonds: basic concepts, covalent and ionic bond. Liquids, interactions and intermolecular forces. Resolutions and physical properties. Chemical equilibrium. Acids, bases and aqueous solution balances. Some terms of thermodynamics, laws of thermodynamics. Hess's law. Gibbs free energy. Electrochemistry: faraday laws, electrolysis, battery potential, nernst equation. Organic chemistry: classification of organic compounds. Hydrocarbons (alkanes, alkenes and alkynes). Alcohols, phenols, ethers, aldehydes and ketones. Carboxylic acids and their derivatives.

MAT-101 MATHEMATICS-I

Basic topics: equations, inequalities, coordinate geometry, correct equations. Functions: graphics of functions, transformation of functions, integration of functions, average change of functions. Polynomial functions, quadratic functions, division of polynomials. Complex numbers, complex zeros. Rational functions. Exponential functions, natural exponential functions. Logarithmic functions, logarithmic laws, exponential and logarithmic equations. Trigonometric functions. Unit circle approach. Trigonometric graphs, inverse trigonometric functions and graphs. Right triangle approach, angle unit. Vertical triangles are trigonometry, sinusoidal, cosinusoidal. Analytical trigonometry, trigonometric relations, addition, subtraction, double angle, half angle, product-sum formulas, trigonometric equations. Polar coordinates, polar equations and graphs, polar form of complex numbers, plane curves and parametric equations. Two dimensional vectors, dot product, three dimensional coooardinate geometry, vectors in three dimensions, vector products, line and plane equations. Linear equation systems, matrix algebra, determinants and Cramer rule, partial fractions, systems of nonlinear equations, inequality systems. Conic sections, parabolas, ellipses, hyperbolas, shifted conics, axis rotation, polar equations of conics. Series. Arithmetic and geometric series. Binomial theorem. Limits, finding limits, tangent lines and derivatives, infinite limits, limits of series, fields. Limit applications.

İNG-101 ENGLISH-I

Lesson 1 - The alphabet - What do you do ? Lesson 2 - Classroom language - plurals. Lesson 3 - Ordinal numbers. Lesson 4 - Saying hello and goodbye. Lesson 5 - Countries and nationalities. Lesson 6 - To be - statements, questions, short answers. Lesson 7 - Giving personal information. Lesson 8 - Talking about days and time. Lesson 9 - Everyday life - frequency adverbs. Lesson 10 - Present simple - statements. Lesson 11 - And, but, because. Lesson 12 - Responding. Lesson 13 – Free Time activities. Lesson 14 - Present simple - questions and short answers. Lesson 15 - Talking about likes and dislikes. Lesson 16 - Ordering food and drink. Lesson 17 - Family members. Lesson 18 - Have / has got. Lesson 19 - Describing your family. Lesson 20 - Suggestions. Lesson 21 - Places in a town. Lesson 22 - There are / are - statements, questions, short answers. Lesson 23 - Describing your town. Lesson 24 - Giving directions. Lesson 25 - Furniture - parts of a house. Lesson 26 - Present continuous - statements, questions, short answers. Lesson 27 - Describing a room. Lesson 28 - Offering help. Lesson 29 - Months of the year, dates. Lesson 30 - Can / can not - statements, questions, short answers. Lesson 31 - Making appointment. Lesson 32 - Making polite requests. Lesson 33 - Jobs and related verbs. Lesson 34 - Present simple & continuous. Lesson 35 - Describing your job. Lesson 36 - Talking about problems. Lesson 37 - Places to go. Lesson 38 - Past simple to be - statements, questions, short answers. Lesson 39 - Saying how good something was.

TÜR-101 TURKISH LANGUAGE-I

Declaration, language and language features. Language-thought relation. Main language, context, language and word, symbol-image. Culture (language-culture relation, culture types). Civilization, writing a petition. Languages ​​on earth (birth of languages, types of languages, classification of languages). The place of Turkish among the world languages. Historical periods and development of Turkish language. Today's situation and spreading areas of Turkish language. Language knowledge and parts (phonetics, morphology). Items come from foreign languages into Turkish. Writing rules and application. Punctuation marks and their use.

TAR-101 HISTORY OF PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTIONS OF ATATURKS-I

Revolution and similar concepts. The decline of the Ottoman State (internal and external causes). Renovation activities in the Ottoman State (Mahmud I, Selim III period). Innovations made during the II. Mahmud period. The political situation and fragmentation of the Ottoman State in the 19th century. Tanzimat period. Constitutional period. Panislamism, Ottomanism, Islamism, Westernism, Turkism, Turanism. Tripoli and I.-II. Balkan wars. The causes and consequences of World War I. Mustafa Kemal Pasha. Erzurum-Sivas congresses. Opening of National Pact and Grand National Assembly of Turkey.

2ND SEMESTER

ESM-102 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING IN ENGINEERING

Introduction to computer features and organization. Number systems. Algorithm and flow diagram. Numbers, string numbers. Variables. Hierarchy of input / output operators. With a simple program. Series. Subprograms and function descriptions. Arithmetic expressions. Format systems. Do loops. Fortran programa. File types. Writing and reading files. Matrix operations. Programming techniques for solving some physical problems.

ESM-104 BASIC MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

Rules to be followed in workshop. Safety measures and hygiene rules. Basic manufacturing technology related to energy systems (cutting, filing, drilling, tapping, soldering, riveting and so on). Pipe working (steel, plastic, copper pipe works etc.). Clean water and waste water systems. Installation and implementation of end materials.

FİZ-102 PHYSICS-II

Electric charge and Coulomb's Law. Electric field concept. Gauss law and its applications. Electrical potential. Conductance classification of materials and capacitors. Current and resistance concept. Direct current circuits. Concept of magnetic field. Ampere law. Faraday induction law. Magnetic classification of materials and coils. RC, RL and RLC circuits and applications. Alternative current. Electromagnetic waves and Maxwell equations.

MAT-102 MATHEMATICS-II

Reinforcement of derivative with numerical examples. Obtaining the derivative formulas of force functions whose base is an integer. Derivation of trigonometric functions (sinx, cosx). Derivation of exponential functions. Derivation of derivative formulas of logarithmic functions. Use of d / dx operator in derivative and introduction of derivative of function function. Logarithmic derivation and derivation of force functions whose base is a fractional number or a negative number. Derivation of functions in the form of multiplication and division. Determination of derivatives of closed functions. Physical and geometric applications of the derivative. Expansion of functions to Maclauren and Taylor series. Binomial formula. Introduction of differential concept. Curve length calculation in Cartesian and polar coordinates. Derivatives of highly variable functions. Very variable functions with exact differentiation. Introduction to infinite integral and derivation of basic integral formulas. Derivation and applications of the perpartial integral formula. Integral of fractional functions. Integrals of trigonometric functions. Integrals that require inverse trigonometric transformation. Introducing the integral and its applications. Field momentum. Field inertia moment. Volume calculations. The use of integrations for purposes such as business account. Integral of multivariable functions.

İNG-102 ENGLISH-II

Lesson 41 – School Life. Lesson 42 – Regular irregular verbs: statements. Lesson 43 – Schooldays. Lesson 44 – Talking about good news. Lesson 45 – Parts of the body. Lesson 46 – Past simple – questions and short answers. Lesson 47 – Talking about accidents. Lesson 48 – Asking for things at the chemist’s. Lesson 49 – Travel. Lesson 50 – Going to. Lesson 51 – Describing plans for the future. Lesson 52 – Talking about sad events. Lesson 53 – Food and drink. Lesson 54 – Countable and uncountable nouns. Lesson 55 – Describing what you eat and what you drink. Lesson 56 – Ordering a meal. Lesson 57 – Clothes. Lesson 58 – Adjective order. Lesson 59 – Describing people’s clothes. Lesson 60 – Making comments. Lesson 61 – At the post office. Lesson 62 – Have to. Lesson 63 – Responding to requests. Lesson 64 – On the telephone. Lesson 65 – The weather. Lesson 66 – Comparatives. Lesson 67 – Comparing different places. Lesson 68 – Talking about a trip. Lesson 69 – Geographical features. Lesson 70 – Superlatives. Lesson 71 – Describing a country. Lesson 72 – Giving measurements. Lesson 3 – Everyday jobs. Lesson 74 – Present perfect. Lesson 75 – Understanding short messages. Lesson 76 – Asking for an explanation. Lesson 77 – Talking about experiences. Lesson 78 – Present perfect and past simple. Lesson 79 – Asking someone about their experiences

TÜR-102 TURKISH LANGUAGE-II

Sentence knowledge (words, phrases and sentence elements). Sentence types. Sentence analysis. Sentence analysis examples. Composition (composition, subject, thought and main idea). Theme, imagination, paragraph. Expression forms. Creative, fiction. Written thoughts and information. Official writings (minutes, papers, reports, business letters, essays). Language mistakes (spelling and punctuation mistakes). Language mistakes (expression errors, mistakes based on sese). Conference. Scientific research.

TAR-102 HISTORY OF PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTIONS OF ATATURKS-II

National forces and fronts (Adana, Antep, Maraş, Urfa). The establishment of regular armies and the west front. Sakarya War and its results. Commander-in-Chief Battle and its results. Mudanya Armistice. Lausanne Conference. Abolition of the Sultanate. Foundation of the Republic of Turkey. Progressive Party Republican Party and Free Party. Sheikh Sait rebellion and its consequences. Revolutions. Establishment of Turkish Historical Society and Turkish Language Institution. Ataturk's principles.

3RD SEMESTER

ESM-201 STATICS

Basic concepts and systems of units. Force vectors. Equilibrium of a particle. Force system resultants. Equilibrium of a Rigid body. Structural analysis. Internal forces. Friction. Center of gravity. Moments of inertia.

ESM-203 THERMODYNAMICS-I

The basic definition of thermodynamics. Energy conversion and general energy analysis. Properties of pure materials. The first law of thermodynamics (closed systems). The first law of thermodynamics (control volumes). The second law of thermodynamics and its applications. Carnot cycle. Entropy. Exergy.

ESM-205 FLUID MECHANICS-I

Basic concepts and properties of fluids; density, viscosity, pressure descriptions. Fluid statics: pressure, manometer, hydrostatic forces on immersed surfaces, buoyancy and stability, fluid made rigid body motion, Fluid kinematics: Lagrange and Euler descriptions. Mass and energy conservation: Derivation of continuity and Bernoulli equations, Mass flow rate. Applications of Bernoulli equation: nozzles, venturimeter, orifice, orificemeter, pitot tube. Flow in pipes, Local and friction losses, Moddy diagram, Darcy Equation and its examples. Momentum analysis of flow systems: momentum conservation.

ESM-207 TECHNICAL ENGLISH-I

More effective reading of technical writing, english equivalents of the technical terms related to the profession, a better understanding of engineering and related books to ımprove reading and study of certain specific paragraphs periodically.

ESM-209 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Definition of electricity. Basic electrical quantities (load, current, current density, stress, emf). Resistance and calculations. Ohm law. Solving DC circuits with Kirchoff laws and matrix equations. Circuit analysis methods. Definition of power and energy and measuring. Maximum power theorem. Battery and battery chamber design. Electric field. Puncture in insulators and applications. Analysis of single phase and 3 phases AC circuits with matrix equation systems. Resonance. Power and energy in single phase and 3 phases AC circuits. Power compensation. Analysis of the magnetic field and magnetic circuits. Transformers. Basic electronic information. Basic electronic circuits and logic circuits. The effects of electrical current, field and magnetic field over the living beings and measures of protection against electric shock.

MAT-201 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

Introduction to differential equations: engineering relationship with science, the definition, classification, general and specific solution. First order ordinary differential equations. Differential equations that can be separated into their variables. Differential equations that can be homogeneous. Llinear differential equations. Bernoulli differential equation. Riccati differential equation. Full differantial equations. Equations that transform into an exact differentiation with an integral multiplier. Second and higher order ordinary differential equations. Second neutral unbiased differential equations with constant coefficients. Second order differential equations with constant coefficients. Series solution of differential equations with variable coefficients. Engineering applications of differential equations. Laplace transformation. Laplace transformation for derivative and integral. Inverse laplace transformation, Laplace transformation solutions of differential equations. Differential equation systems. Matrices and determinants.

MEM-207 MATERIAL SCIENCE

Classification of materials. Atomic structure. Atomic and molecular bonds. Crystal structure and non-crystalline materials Atomic arrangement and the unit cell. Crystal systems. Miller indices. Theoretical density and atomic packing factor. Defects in solids: point and surface defects, dislocations, deformation of materials. Strengthening mechanisms. Phase Diagrams. Iron-carbon alloy. Heat treatment applied to stee., Material Inspection (destructive and non-destructive testing).

İST-201 STATISTICS

Statistical knowledge and basic statistical concepts. Data collection and descriptive statistics. The concept of probability and the basis of probability. Conditional probability and Bayes' theorem. Random variable concept and expected value. Distribution function, probability function and probability density function. Special distributions (binomial, geometric, negative binomial, poisson, normal, exponential). Common distribution functions. Distributions of sample statistics. Parameter estimation. Hypothesis testing. Relation coefficients. Regression analysis.

4TH SEMESTER

ESM-202 THERMODYNAMICS-II

Thermodyanics cycles: gas power cycles, otto cycle, diesel cycle, stirling and ericson cycles, Brayton cycle and their analyses. Reheating and intercooling cycle calculations, Steam power cycles. Carnot and Rankine cycles, The ideal reheat and steam loop, regeneration, the second law analysis of steam power cycles. Cooling cycles: cooling machines and heat pumps. Gas refrigeration cycles. Absorption refrigeration systems. Thermodynamics relations. Gas mixtures. Gas-steam mixtures. Psychometric diagram and acclimatization. Chemical reactions, Fuels and combustion. Adiabatic flame temperature. Reaction temperature. Chemical equilibrium and phase equilibrium. Compressible flow.

ESM-204 HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER

Heat transfer types; conduction, convection and radiation. Fourier heat conduction equation. One-dimensional steady-state heat conduction. Heat conduction in cylindrical and spherical elements. Continuous heat conduction. Thermal resistance. Critical isolation Radius. Heat transfer in wings. Time dependent heat conduction. Stack system analysis. Convection principles. Convective boundary layers. Laminar and turbulent flow. Outflow. Parallel flow over a flat plate. Convection calculation methodology. Flow over tube bundles. Internal flow. Hydrodynamics examination. Natural convection. Flow over a vertical surface. Empirical relations. Outflow of outer natural convection. Boiling and condensation. Types of boiling. Types of heat exchangers. Heat exchanger analysis. Principles of radiation. The black material radiation. Shape factor. Heat transfer with radiation. The diffusion mass transfer. Fick law.

ESM-206 MEASUREMENT METHOD

The basic concepts related to measuring. Analysis of experimental results. uncertainty analysis, correlation coefficient. Statistical analysis. Size, area, pressure, flow, temperature, heat, force, deformation, vibration and sound level measuring. The properties of measuring devices. Measuring applications and analysis of measuring results.

ESM-208 FUELS AND COMBUSTION

Definition of fuel nad classification of fuels. Solid, fluid and gas fuels and their properties. Definition of combustion. Stoichiometric combustion. Real and incomplete combustion. Ignition temperature. Mass conversation principle in combustion process. Determining the air-fuel ratio. The definition of enthalpy of formation and combustion. Determining the dew point. Thermodynamics of combustion, The first law analysis of the combustion process. Adiabatic flame temperature. The second law analysis and entropy change in the combustion systems. Formation mechanism of combustion emission and reduction/prevention methods.

ESM-210 FLUID MECHANICS-II

Introduction to differential analysis of fluid motion. Continuity, momentum and energy equations. Kinetic and momentum correction factor. Experimental investigation of turbulent flow in pipes and Darcy equation. Speed potential. Current function. Basic planar flow. Analysis of two-dimensional real liquid flows. Dimensional analysis: Rayleigh and Buckingham π theorem. Similarity: geometric, dynamic and kinematic similarity. Pipe networks: Hardy-Cross method. Boundary layer in laminar and turbulent flow. Outflow.

ESM-212 TECHNICAL ENGLISH-II

To review technical articles more effectively, to review English translations of technical terms related to the profession, to review certain paragraphs from relevant engineering books and certain journals to improve understanding and reading.

ESM-214 ENERGY SYSTEMS LAB.-I

Basic electrical-electronics engineering knowledge. The basics of automatic control. Use of electric machines. Compensation information. Investigation of the parallel train rl, rc and rlc in alternating current. Examination of parallel and series resonance. Experiment of operation of 3-phase asynchronous motor as motor / generator. 3-phase asynchronous motor starter tests. Investigation of auto transformer. Idle and overload working tests. Correction test of cos value in 3-phase circuit.

ESM-216 DYNAMICS

Basic concepts and principles of mechanics. Unit systems used in mechanics. Introduction to dynamics. Dynamics of matter. Linear motion in the plane. Cartesian and polar coordinates. Relative motion. Linear motion in space. Newton's laws. Work - energy relationship. Potential energy. Kinetics of matter (force-acceleration, work-energy, impulse-momentum). Kinematics of rigid bodies. The relative motion of the points on the rigid body. Mass moment of inertia. Kinematics of rigid bodies. Kinetic of rigid bodies (force-acceleration, work-energy, impulse-momentum). D'Alembert principle.

MAT-202 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

Solution of linear equation systems: Cramer rule, Jacobi iteration, Gauss-Seidel method, Error correction method, Gauss-Jordan method, Gauss elimination. Solution of non-linear equations systems: Secant method, Newton Raphson method. Interpolation and Extrapolation: Linear interpolation, Extrapolation with Taylor polynomial, Extrapolation with split difference series, Extrapolation with Lagrange polynomial, Least-square extrapolation with Force series, Least-square extrapolation with quadratic polynomials, Least-square extrapolation with exponential functions, Least- Square extrapolation. Numerical derivative: Numerical partial derivative, Determination of derivative formulas of Taylor series and error analysis, Determination of derivative form of divided difference series, Derivative with Lagrange polynomial. Numerical integration: Rectangles rule, Trapezoid rule, Simpson 1/3 and 3/8 rules, Multiple integrals, Romberg integration rule. Fourier series, Fourier coefficients, Fourier expansions of single and double functions. Ordinary differential equations. Initial value problems. Euler method. Taylor series method. Runge-Kutta method. Boundary value problems. Throwing method. Finite difference method. Partial differential equations. Elliptic equations.

5TH SEMESTER

ESM-301 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

General concepts in mechanics. Concept of stress. Design considerations. Axial loading; normal stress, tensile test, stress and strain diagram. Hook's Law; modulus of elasticity, safety factor, fatigue, repeated loads. Problems involving temperature changes. Poisson's ratio. Saint-Venant principle. Torsion. Deformations in a circular shaft. Angle of twist in the elastic range. Design of transmission shafts. Torsion of non-circular members. Thin-walled hollow shafts. Pure bending condition.  Stresses and deformations in the Elastic range. Shear and Bending-Moment Diagrams. Bending of beams. The deflection in the shaft. Elastic curve equation. Shear stress in the beam; transformations of stress and strain. Transformation of Plane Stress. Principal Stresses: Maximum Shearing Stress. Mohr’s Circle for Plane Stress. Deflection of Beams. Stability of Structures; Euler's formula. Energy Method, Strain Energy, Castigliano's theorem.

ESM-303 BOILERS AND COMBUSTION TECHNOLOGIES

Solid, liquid and gaseous fuels. Boiler, boiler types, combustion systems. Dimensioning of boilers, steam boilers, strength calculations. Selection, installation, commissioning, maintenance and repairing of burner.

ESM-305 THERMAL TURBOMACHINERY

Introduction to turbo machinery. The principles of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Hydraulic pumps: Axial flow and centrifugal pumps. Hydraulic turbines: Pelton turbine, Kaplan turbine, Francis turbines. Compressors and fans. Steam turbines. Cavitation in hydraulic machines..

ESM-307 ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION

Basic legislation on electromagnetic systems. Analysis of the coil and permanent magnet magnetic circuit. Giving the concept of forces and moments in an electromechanical system. Co-energy concept. Energy balance in electromechanical systems.

ESM-309 NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

Atomic structure. Atomic density. Bond energy. Nuclear forces. Stable and unstable cores. Radioactivity: alpha, beta, gamma radiations. Radioactive series. Radioactive decay. Carbon-14 method. Activity unit. Nuclear reactions. Intermediate interaction energy. Neutron matter interaction: cross sections, neutron flux. Neutron core intermediate interactions: elastic and inelastic collisions. Neutrons dissipation. Trans uranium elements. Neutron sources. Neutron gas. Reaction calculation of neutrons according to the time. Slowing down of neutrons (Moderation). The possibility of neutron scattering. Average logarithmic energy loss. Macroscopic deceleration force. Properties of thermal neutrons. Maxwell distribution. Fission. Liquid drop model. Chain reaction. Four multiplier formula. Neutron lifetime. Fusion reactions. Nuclear reactors. Heat withdrawal from Nuclear Reactors.

ESM-311 VENTILATION-AIR CONDITIONING SYTEMS

Ventilation and air conditioning basic concepts, related physical and thermal quantities. The standard atmospheric conditions, dry air and moist air characteristics. Climate and air conditioning description. Psychrometry and wet weather charts promotion and use. Ventilation and air conditioning systems and the introduction of parts and devices used in these systems and the power and capacity calculations.

ESM-315 HEATING SYSTEMS

The importance of heating Introduction of basic concepts used in heating. Types of heating. Stove types. Chimney types and chimney connection types. Hot water systems and their varieties. Safety elements used in hot water systems. Boilers used in heating system and elements on boiler. Operation of heat exchangers and boilers and connection to the system. Hot water systems (regional and city heating). Safety elements used in hot water systems. Steam systems and used safety elements. Geothermal heating. Cascade systems. Cogeneration.

ESM-317 ENERGY SYSTEMS LAB.-II

Heat exchangers and heat transfer applications. Energy and mass balance of fluids. Friction and local (local) losses in the pipe flow. Characteristics of pumps and turbines. Practical examples of heat recovery and air conditioning.

ESM-319 REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS

The importance of cooling and cooling requirement. Development of cooling systems and application areas of cooling. Types of cooling. Cooling load account. Selection of elements of steam-tight cooling system. Examination of alternative cooling systems. Defrost systems and cooling electrical circuits. Refrigerants. Fluid charging methods. Lubricating oils. So-cooling fluids and environment.

6TH SEMESTER

ESM-302 ELECTRICAL ENERGY TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION

Introduction to the energy transmission systems and calculation of the RLC parameters. Modeling of short, medium and long lines. Voltage, current and power calculations. Introduction to the energy distribution systems. Conductor cross-section calculation criteria. Voltage drop calculations in a branched distribution network and compensation techniques.  Voltage drop calculations in the ring network. Introducing the circuit elements used in transmission and distribution system (power transmitters,   circuit breakers and disconnects,  surge arresters, underground cables, overhead lines, fuses, modular cells, etc.). Busbar systems. Working principles under high voltage. Per unit calculations and introduction to the short circuit analysis.

ESM-304 AUTOMATIC CONTROL

System concept. Laplace transform. Modeling of physical systems. State-space analysis. Transfer functions and block diagrams. Response time of the system. Controller design. P, PI and PID type controllers. Stability and stability analysis. Routh-Hurwitz criterion. Root locus method.

ESM-306 MACHINE ELEMENTS

Machine elements and design in engineering. Strength of materials in engineering. Material selection in machinery manufacturing. ISO tolerances and fits. Axles and shafts. Fasteners. Shaft-hub connections. Pin and bolt connections. Clamping connections. Bolt-nut connections. Rivet connections. Welding connections. Solder connections. Pasting connections. 

ESM-308 SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS AND DESIGN

The relationship between solar energy and other renewable energy sources. The movement of the sun, the solar geometry and solar angles and other basic information. Types of radiations, calculations of total solar radiation comes the earth and inclined surfaces. Solar collectors and systems (direct and indirect, natural and forced convection, heat pipe and vacuum tube systems), features, connection types (parallel and serial connections) and efficiency.  The existing system be associated with of solar energy systems. Solar energy applications (solar chimney, solar pool, solar cells, solar swimming pool systems, solar heating and etc.). Calculation of solar collector area, pipe diameters and the pump capacity for heating and hot water preparation systems and design for the solar energy systems.

ESM-314 REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS LAB.

Cooling circuit elements, components and devices used in cooling. Basic cooling elements (compressor-compressor, condenser, expansion element, evaporator, humectants). The connection of electrical circuits. The establishment of a simple cooling circuit, testing and commissioning of the system (gas charging). Automatic control devices (thermostats, prosestat, low and high pressure gauges) Establishment of the cooling circuit. Four-way valve and the establishment and testing of the cooling circuit using the timer.

ESM-316 HEATING SYSTEMS LAB.

The description, concept and basic information related to welding. Welding types, welding techniques and methods. Welding equipment’s. Application with different welding methods (oxy acetylene, electric arc, gas metal arc welding (TIG, MIG, MAG)). Controlling after welding, clearing procedures and material using. Working principles examination of domestic gas burning appliances (combi boiler, natural gas stove, water heater, gas burning fireplace, gas stove and so on). Automatic control elements. Natural gas as an alternative energy source, natural gas pipelines, storing and transporting, natural gas installation materials. Natural gas using in heating systems. Issues to be considered in natural gas and natural gas installations in buildings.  

ESM-318 VENTILATION-AIR CONDITIONING SYTEMS LAB.

General introduction of ventilation and air conditioning systems. The difference between ventilation and air conditioning systems. Introduction and use of parts and devices used in ventilation and air conditioning systems. Having experience on mechanical and thermodynamic processes such as ventilation, heating, cooling, humidification and dehumidification by experimenting on the system and having knowledge about these subjects. Detecting all kinds of faults that may arise in the systems and learning the elimination of these faults practically.

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ESM-320 HEAT EXCHANGERS

Definition of heat exchangers, importance, purpose and place of use. Classification of heat exchangers (by flow type, number, production form, etc.). Thermal calculations of heat exchangers.  Design of the shell-tube type heat exchanger. Properties, uses and design of plate heat exchangers. Design of the heat exchanger with tubular. Temperature and pressure drop in the heat exchangers. The efficiency of heat exchangers. Pollution effects in heat exchangers.

ESM-322 DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY

Full-length and find the true size. Removing the intersection bodies. Complex expansions.

ESM-324 RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS

Renewable and non-renewable energy sources. Economic situation. Types of renewable energy sources: solar energy (solar chimneys, solar tanks, solar batteries, focusing systems, solar energy systems, green buildings), wind energy, hydro-turbines, biomass, geothermal energy, hydrogen, nuclear energy, wave energy, stream tidal energy. Comparison of renewable energy types. The effects of renewable energy sources on environment and economy.

ESM-328 PHOTOVOLTAIC TECHNOLOGIES

Solar energy. Solar energy potential of Turkey. Methods of obtaining electricity from solar energy. The working principle of solar cell systems. Usage areas of solar batteries. Applications in the world.

ESM-330 HYDROGEN ENERGY SYSTEMS

An overview of hydrogen energy. Information about hydrogen production, storage and transportation. Usage of hydrogen in motor vehicles and other combustion systems. Usage of hydrogen in fuel cells

ESM-332 ENGINES

Introduction to internal combustion engines. Basic definitions such as performance, volumetric, thermal and mechanical efficiencies, mean effective pressures, specific fuel consumption. Combustion in petrol engines, Cyclic differences, Knock and octane number. The basic computer model for calculating the crash in petrol engines. Diesel engines, cetane numbers and diesel combustion chamber types. Ideal motor cycles and efficiencies. Calculation of heat transfer from the stoichiometry, dissociation and burnt products to the cylinder wall. Emissions and emission control methods.

ESM-334 HYDRAULIC MACHINES

Power, head and efficiency definitions. Similarity, specific velocity. Hydroelectric power plants. Pumps; piston and centrifugal pumps. Calculation of centrifugal pumps, construction and characteristics. Operation information. Water turbines, Pelton turbines, special type of action and reaction turbines, Francis, Kaplan and propeller turbines. Recent developments in turbines, pipe turbines. Operation in turbines. Thoma number, cavitation and its effect on reaction machinery.

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ESM-340 ENERGY BIOTECHNOLOGIES

Principles of biomass energy. Biomass sources and biomass energy sources. Biomass potential in the world and in our country. Energy flow between plant and environment: photosynthesis. Metabolism of c3 and c4 in plants. Differences between C3 and C4 plants. Plants grown for energy (energy plants). Physical and chemical properties of materials used in biomass energy conversion systems. Methods of obtaining energy from biomass.

ESM-342 EXERGY APPLICATIONS

Definition of exergy and energy. Exergy balance and exergy losses. Exergy efficiency of thermal systems. Basic thermodynamic applications of exergy analysis. Exergy calculation. Exergy calculation in open systems. Calculatoins of physical exergy. Calculatoins of chemical exergy. Exergy calculations of typical thermal systems. Exergy analysis of heat exchangers. Exergy analysis of current machines. Exergy analysis of combustion processes. Exergy analysis of steam generators and heating furnaces. Exergy analysis of steam power systems.

ESM-344 PROJECT OF SANITARY SYSTEMS

General information about building and architectural projects. Indoor clean water installation and installation components. In-building sewage plant and components, architectural project drawing. Regulation of wet spaces. Installation of plumbing fixtures. Drawing of clean water and filthy plumbing in the building. Fire and rain installation drawing. Column chart drawing. Clean water installation and sewage pipe diameter account. Water storage and hydrofoil account. Material list preparation. Preparation of the plumbing project report.

ESM-346 THERMAL ENERGY SYSTEMS

Definition of conventional energy. Classification of energy sources. Classification of fossil fuels. Properties of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels, formation stages, storage, transport and distribution. Burning technologies. Combustion systems and technologies in thermal power plants. Design of a simple thermal power plant. Cogeneration, trigeneration and combined heat-power plants.

ESM-348 DESIGN OF GAS SYSTEMS

Fundamentals of project planning for natural gas installations. Rules for the placement of gas-fired devices. In-building natural gas installation and projecting. Industrial natural gas installation and projecting. Determination of pressure losses and pipe diameter calculations. Cost accounting and preparation of the project report.

ESM-350 INDUSTRIAL HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS

The importance and necessity of industrial heating, ventilation, air conditioning and cooling (IHVAC). IHVAC application areas. Cold room and cold storage applications. Refrigerated transport vehicles. Heat pump applications. Ice skating. Building heating and cooling systems and so on. IHVAC design. IHVAC 'electrical circuits and automatic control mechanisms.

ESM-352 NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGIES

Fundamentals of nuclear energy production. Kinetic and thermodynamic approach. Heat and mass transfer. Reactions. Nuclear power plants. Scope of application. New technologies.

7TH SEMESTER

ESM-401 WORKPLACE EDUCATION

Training in the workplace by working full-time.

ESM-403 SUMMER PRACTICE

Performing the duties assigned by the responsible persons in the chosen institution within the scope of the specialization area.

8TH SEMESTER

ESM-400 GRADUATION THESIS

Informing about ethical rules, writing thesis and report. Identification and planning of the subject to be worked on. A literature review of the subject. Writing the introduction and general information part of the thesis. Writing method of test and find part. Writing the part of the thesis results. Submission of dissertation. Preparing and delivering the thesis.

ESM-402 MANAGEMENT OPERATION AND ORGANIZATION

Basic business information (management-organization, production management, marketing, accounting-finance, human resources, numerical methods). Examination of real situations in theory and concepts. Defining management functions such as planning, organization, data collection and analysis, leadership, control in terms of both theoretical and practical aspects. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavioral responsibility.

ESM-404 ENERGY LAW

Energy, renewable energy concepts. Legal regime in energy market. Energy conditional agreement. Basic principles on energy markets. Natural gas, petroleum, geothermal etc., in particular electricity market. Legal arrangements in the field. Licenses (licenses, permits) and contracts as well as disputes in this area as the legal basis for the activities of private legal persons. Duties and authorities of the Energy Market Regulatory Board. Examination of judicial review of EPDK decisions.

ESM-405 ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Initiative and entrepreneurship concepts. Types of entrepreneurship. The reasons for being an entrepreneur and the functions of entrepreneurship. Common characteristics of entrepreneurs. Historical development of entrepreneurship in Turkey. Entrepreneurship obstacles and constraints. Personality traits of entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial talents and tendencies. Entrepreneurship culture and imagination management. Entrepreneurship education and purpose. Entrepreneurship education topics, marketing, production management, financial management, personnel management, accounting, public relations, management and management, characteristics of managers, general characteristics of managers in Turkey. Produce business ideas. Marketing, trade, tourism, education and self-employment business ideas that service production can do, new developing ventures. Entrepreneurship policy, increasing competitiveness and competitiveness in entrepreneurship, restructuring in small and medium-sized enterprises in a global competitive environment. Entrepreneurship and business problems in Turkey and solution proposal.

ESM-406  ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF ENERGY SYSTEMS

Taking into account the efficiency of energy production of energy systems that use fossil fuels, renewable energy sources and nuclear power plants, doing comparative study of effects on human and nature.

EKO-201 ECONOMY

Entry to the economy. Concept and definition, Relation to other sciences. Economical problems. Economic choice and production possibilities curve. Needs-goods-service-benefit economic choice and curriculum of production opportunities. Needs-to-assets economic systems. Population problems. Economic growth. The theory of price and the functioning of price mechanism. Price and market varieties. Definition of claim, demand law, consumer demand and marginal utility. Definition of supply, factors determining supply. Supply flexibility and supply-demand balance. Market equilibrium, competition markets, factors affecting market equilibrium and interventions. Factors of production, nature, labor, capital wages and productivity. Enterprise, private-public enterprise, cartel, trust, monopoly. Labor and unemployment problems. International labor movements. Banks and banking. International economics. Foreign capital and multinational corporations are multinational corporations. The stock market in the world and the stock market in Turkey. Electronic trade.

THE GROUP OF TECHNICAL SELECTION-III

ESM-420 POWER ELECTRONICS

Introduction to semiconductors. Power loss in the semiconductor and calculations. Cooling of the semiconductors. RLC circuits. Basics of Fourier analysis. One and three-phase controlled / uncontrolled rectifiers. Design and analysis of DA-DA (buck, boost, buck-boost, cuk) power converters. Monophase and three-phase inverters. Harmonics.

ESM-422 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND ANALYSIS

Introduction to the design concept. Use of standard toolbars. Sketcher commands. Sketcher operations. Parts design and component design phases. Part design main menu and part design interface. Transition from profiles to solids and operations in halls. Mounting modeling. Step by step measurement. Section views and appearance. Standard analysis tools. Finite element method and mesh applications. Static analysis.

ESM-424 HYDRAULICS-PNEUMATICS

Introduction to hydraulics. Basic principles of hydraulics, standard symbols, hydraulic pipes and hoses. Hydraulic pumps, motors and cylinders. Seals, hydraulic valves. Oil tank, filters, hydraulic accumulators, hydraulic fluids. Electro-hydraulic systems. And detection of faults in hydraulic systems. Hydraulic applications in industry. Hydraulic circuit design and applications. Pneumatic jack. Pneumatic physical principles. Air production, maintenance and distribution. Pneumatic standard symbols, rollers, seals and motors. Pneumatic motors, valves. Pneumatic circuits and drawings. Circuit drawing methods. Hydro-pneumatic. Application areas of pneumatics. Finding fault. Electro-pneumatic. Design and installation of the system. Programmable logic control circuitry, programming and applications.

ESM-426 COMPUTATIONAL HEAT AND FLUID FLOW

Dimensions, units. Conservation of energy. Control volume. Introduction to SSi transfer. Problem arrangement. Continuous conduction of heat. Heat conduction in transient regime. Thermal properties depending on temperature. Boundary conditions. Phase change. Connection between nodes (node points). Introduction to finite difference method. Matrices and systems of linear equations. Numerical analysis methods of nonlinear equation systems. Finite difference method and analysis in continuous regime. The method of reversing the matrix. Gauss seidel iterative method. Finite difference method in time dependent heat equations. Open approach. Implicit approach. Graphing the results. Computer programs and engineering applications.

ESM-428 RADIATIVE HEAT TRANSFER

Radiation heat transfer principles and basic information. Radiation intensity and spreading power. My incoming and outgoing radiation. Black, gray and real object radiation. Black body radiation. Properties of gray and real object radiation. Heat radiation between the surfaces. Shape factor. Heat radiation between black and gray surfaces. Gas, particle and flame radiation. Combined solutions of radiation, transport and transmission. Numerical solution methods.

ESM-430 DESIGN OF HEATING SYSTEMS

The students who will take the course will be informed about the architectural project, the architectural project will be made to be drawn, and each student will be asked to design and project the heating project under the separate city and exterior wall conditions on the provided architectural project.

ESM-432 HEAT AND SOUND INSULATION

Theory of heat and sound insulation. The importance and necessity of insulation. Related laws, standards and regulations. Heat and sound insulation technology, Application places and methods. New building applications. Old building applications. Thermal insulation materials. Sound insulation materials. Cost calculations. Software used in insulation calculations.

ESM-436 VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING PROJECTS

Information about architectural projects. Determination of principles of project drawing. Issues to be considered when drawing project. Determination of thermal power plant (not specified) in architectural projects. Determination of convenient place of air-conditioning plant in a determined place. Determination of places of blower and ducts. Implementation of total heat gain calculations. Determination of duct and blower flow rates based on heat gain or loss. Diameter of duct based on flow rates. Implementation of power and capacity calculations of general appliances (heater, cooler, fan etc.) based on total heat gain. Drawing of ducts in determined routes (in 1/50 scale). Writing of flow rate and sizes on the duct based on drawn duct parts. Reporting.

THE GROUP OF SOCIAL SELECTION-IV

ESM-450 QUALITY AND RELIABILITY

Quality, quality control, total quality system, Internal and external quality control processes, Quality costs, The measures to be taken in the processes, Quality assurance system, Eight principles of total quality management, The principle of continuous improvement and kaizen, Generating ideas, analytical thinking, learning and problem solving and decision making techniques, ISO 9001:2008 quality management system, The documents related to quality and reliability and document preparation rules

ESM-452 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

The purpose and philosophy of the occupational health and safety training. Investigation of occupational health and safety laws No. 6331. Occupational health and safety in working with hand tools. Personal protectives. Occupational health and safety in working at high. Occupational health and safety in heavy and dangerous works. Occupational health and safety in pressure vessels. Occupational health and safety in weldings. Occupational health and safety in closed areas. Industrial accidents, risk assessment and management

ESM-454 ENERGY ARCHITECTURE

The history and development of the energy architecture. Energy usage in lighting, heating, cooling and ventilation, the effects of buildings and their environment. Importance, design and technology of renewable energy in sustainable energy production and consumption. Design and economics of solar energy systems. design and economics of wind energy systems

ESM-456 RESEARCH TECHNIQUES

The meaning and significance of research, planning research, data types, data collection methods, design and analysis of data, statistical data evaluation methods: SPSS, efficiency, factor analysis, decision making, optimization.

ESM-458 TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING AND COMMUNICATION

Scientific research methods, types of research and data collection methods, resource collection, referencing, preparation of research reports and oral presentation, school, day, business, and information about the writing of reports and other correspondence that may be needed academic life, the effective use of language in the scientific report, report language the concept of effectiveness, spelling rules, standards and regulations related to data reporting with graphs and charts to show the formal structure of the research, the text of report writing, preparation for computerized text presentation and presentation techniques

ESM-460 ENGINEERING ETHICS

The origin and meaning of the word ethics, ethical theory, the relationship between ethics and morality. Ethic merits, top merits, universal merits, rights and freedoms. Business and professional ethics, engineering ethics and its definition, honesty in engineering, engineering responsibility, product responsibility. Global and universal aspects of ethics. The principles of engineering ethics, responsibility to society, responsibility to nature and the environment, responsibility to the profession and his colleagues, responsibility to employers and customers. The principles of professional behaviour of TMMOB.

ESM-462 HISTORY OF SCIENCE

The root and meaning of your ethics word. Ethical theory. Ethical-moral relationship. Values are ethics. Ethical values. Top values. Universal values. Rights and freedoms. Business and professional ethics concepts. Engineering ethics and definition. Honesty in engineering. Engineering responsibility. Product liability. Ethical reasoning and justification. The global and universal dimension of your flesh. Engineering ethics principles. Responsibility for collecting. Responsibility to nature and the environment. Responsibility to the profession and colleagues. Responsibility to the employer and the client. TMMOB professional conduct principles.

ESM-464 TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT

What is innovation? Innovation types. Innovation examples.

TID-402 TURKISH SIGN LANGUAGE

Sign language education, which is the way of communication for hearing-impaired individuals, is to help all students who are hearing impaired and / or who want to communicate with them to be able to communicate in society and to use this language at a level that can provide communication in social life.