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  Courses 

 Dynamics of Marine Vehicles(FALL_2018)

Aims:

Study of the behavior of marine vehicle in seaway

Syllabus:

    Text Book:




     Marine Engineering(FALL_2018)

    Aims:

    An introduction to ship propulsion systems

    Syllabus:

    • 1- Introduction to Marine Engineering2- Propulsion system of ships - Hull, propeller and engine3- Hull - Calculation of resistance of ships 4- Propeller - All kind of propellers and thrust producing devices, Designing of propeller for ships5- Engine - All kinds of power producing devices, The selection of engine and matching with hull and propeller 6- The main engine auxiliary systems7- The ship auxiliary systems

    Text Book:

    • R. L. Harrington, Marine Engineering, The society of naval architectures and marine engineering, 601 Pavonia Ave. , Jersey city, N.J., 1992


     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

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     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

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     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, Springer-Verlag
      • 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 rigid-body 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 non-circular 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


       
       
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