


S.hosien Mousavizadegan


Courses

Maneuverability & Control of Ship(SPRING_2018)
Aims:
Study of maneuver and control of marine vehicles
Syllabus:
 Motion equation of marine vehicles
 External forces and hydrodynamic coefficient
 Course keeping ability
 Course changing ability
 Speed changing maneuvers
 Sea trial maneuver tests
 Maneuvering Trial codes and Guidelines
 Maneuvering systems of marine vehicles
 Designing of Rudders and the other control systems
Text Book:

Marine Engineering (I)(SPRING_2018)
Aims:
An introduction to the main propulsion systems of ships
Syllabus:
 Gas turbine and the application of it in ship propulsion
 Auxiliary systems in main propulsion system
 Introduction  Marine engineering
 Main propulsion design procedures
 Introducing different types of engines and mechanisms using in ships propulsion
 Diesel Engines and matching and selection of them for ships
Text Book:
 R. L. Harrington, Marine Engineering, The society of naval architectures and marine engineering, 601 Pavonia Ave. , Jersey city, N.J., 1992

Marine Hydrodynamics (II)(SPRING_2018)
Aims:
Study and design of propulsor system rudder arrangements for ships
Syllabus:
 Introduction to the course program and syllabus
 The various types of propulsion systems
 ُScrew propeller geometry and some definitions
 Screw propeller drawing
 The momentum and blade element theory of screw propellers
 Hydrodynamic characteristics of screw propellers in open water
 Cavitation and its effect on the screw propeller characteristics
 Interaction of hull and propeller: wake field and thrust deduction coefficient
 Propulsive efficiency
 Standard propeller series data
 Propeller design
 ُShip Maneuverability
 Rudder arrangements
 Maneuvering characteristics of ships
 Rudder design
Text Book:

Marine Engineering (I)(FALL_2017)
Aims:
An introduction to the main propulsion systems of ships
Syllabus:
 Introduction  Marine engineering
 Main propulsion design procedures
 Introducing different types of engines and mechanisms using in ships propulsion
 Diesel Engines and matching and selection of them for ships
 Gas turbine and the application of it in ship propulsion
 Auxiliary systems in main propulsion system
Text Book:
 R. L. Harrington, Marine Engineering, The society of naval architectures and marine engineering, 601 Pavonia Ave. , Jersey city, N.J., 1992

Marine Hydrostatics(FALL_2017)
Aims:
To be familair with the ship Geometry, ship hydrostatic calculations, hydrostatic curves, ship intact stability and ship damage stability
Syllabus:
Text Book:
 Principles of Naval Architecutre, Vol. 1, SNAME, E. Lewis, 1988
 The principles of naval architecture. C. S. Moore, 2010

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)(SPRING_2017)
Aims:
Numerical modeling of fluid flow
Syllabus:
 Motion Equations in Differential Forms
 Partial differential equations
 Finite Difference Methods, FDM
 Finite Volume Methods
 Boundary Element Method, BEM (Panel Method)
 Finite Element Methods
Text Book:
 Fundamental of computational fluid dynamics (2001), By: H. Lomax, T. H. Pulliam, & D. W. Zingg, Springer
 Computational fluid dynamics (2002), By: T. J. Chung, Cambridge University press
 Computational techniques for fluid dynamics (1987), By: C. A. J. Fletcher, SpringerVerlag
 Introduction to fluid dynamics (2005), By: A. W. date, Cambridge University press
 Computational methods for fluid dynamics, By: J. H. Freziger & M. peric
 An introduction to computational fluid dynamics, By: Versteeg & Malalasekera
 Computational fluid dynamics for engineers, By: K. A. Hoffmann & S. T. Chiang

Fluid Mechanics (I)(SPRING_2017)
Aims:
Study of fluid behavior in static and dynamic conditions and the fluid flow governing equations
Syllabus:
 introduction to the course program and syllabus, definition of fluid, the application of the fluid mechanics, fluid as a continuum , dimensions and units
 Fluid flow field, the thermodynamic properties of fluids, viscosity, surface tension, the vapor pressure and cavitation
 Basic flow analysis techniques, Flow patterns: streamlines, pathlines and streaklines, Pressure and pressure gradient, The basic equation of fluid statics
 Absolute and Gage pressure, vacuum pressure, Hydrostatic pressure distributions in liquids and gases, Manometers, The hydrostatic forces on plane surfaces
 The hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces, The hydrostatic forces in layered fluids
 Buoyancy and Stability, Fluids in rigidbody motions
 Basic physical laws of fluid flow, Systems and control volumes, The Reynolds transport theorem, Conservation of mass
 The Linear momentum equation, Midterm Exam: Feb. 12, 2011
 The angular momentum equation
 The energy equation, The Bernoulli equation
 Dimensional analysis and similitude, Dimensional homogeneity, The Pi theorem, Dimensionless parameters
 Modeling of fluid flow, Geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity, The Viscous flow in ducts, Laminar and turbulent flows, Internal and external flow, Head loss and the friction factor
 Laminar fully developed flow in pipes, Turbulent pipe flow
 Various types of pipe flow problems, Minor losses in pipe systems
 The flow in noncircular ducts, Fluid flow measurement
Text Book:
 Fluid Mechanics, By: Frank M. White

Marine Hydrodynamics (I)(SPRING_2017)
Aims:
Investigation on the interaction of moving ship with the sea environment
Syllabus:
 Introduction  Marine Hydrodynamics
 Fundamental of fluid flow equations
 Motion equations of a marine vehicle
 An introduction to the sea environment , waves and linear waves theories
 Ship resistance
 Ships propulsion
Text Book:
 Edward V. Lewis, Principles of naval architecture, vol. II  motion in waves and controllability,The society of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering”, SNAME, 601 Pavonia Avenue,Jersey City, NJ, USA, 1989.
 S. A. Harvald, Resistance and Propulsion of ships, John Wiley and Sons, New york, 1983
 M. Rahman, Warer waves: Relating modern theory to advanced engineering applications, Oxford university press, Oxford, 1994

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles(FALL_2016)
Aims:
Study of the behavior of marine vehicle in seaway
Syllabus:
Text Book:

Fluid Mechanics (I)(FALL_2016)
Aims:
Study of fluid behavior in static and dynamic conditions and the fluid flow governing equations
Syllabus:
 introduction to the course program and syllabus, definition of fluid, the application of the fluid mechanics, fluid as a continuum , dimensions and units
 Fluid flow field, the thermodynamic properties of fluids, viscosity, surface tension, the vapor pressure and cavitation
 Basic flow analysis techniques, Flow patterns: streamlines, pathlines and streaklines, Pressure and pressure gradient, The basic equation of fluid statics
 Absolute and Gage pressure, vacuum pressure, Hydrostatic pressure distributions in liquids and gases, Manometers, The hydrostatic forces on plane surfaces
 The hydrostatic forces on curved surfaces, The hydrostatic forces in layered fluids
 Buoyancy and Stability, Fluids in rigidbody motions
 Basic physical laws of fluid flow, Systems and control volumes, The Reynolds transport theorem, Conservation of mass
 The Linear momentum equation, Midterm Exam: Feb. 12, 2011
 The angular momentum equation
 The energy equation, The Bernoulli equation
 Dimensional analysis and similitude, Dimensional homogeneity, The Pi theorem, Dimensionless parameters
 Modeling of fluid flow, Geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity, The Viscous flow in ducts, Laminar and turbulent flows, Internal and external flow, Head loss and the friction factor
 Laminar fully developed flow in pipes, Turbulent pipe flow
 Various types of pipe flow problems, Minor losses in pipe systems
 The flow in noncircular ducts, Fluid flow measurement
Text Book:
 Fluid Mechanics, By: Frank M. White

Marine Engineering (I)(FALL_2016)
Aims:
An introduction to the main propulsion systems of ships
Syllabus:
 Introduction  Marine engineering
 Main propulsion design procedures
 Introducing different types of engines and mechanisms using in ships propulsion
 Diesel Engines and matching and selection of them for ships
Text Book:
 R. L. Harrington, Marine Engineering, The society of naval architectures and marine engineering, 601 Pavonia Ave. , Jersey city, N.J., 1992












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