Ders Açıklamaları

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**1st term**

**Calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry (3+2+0) 6**

A function approach integrating algebra, trigonometry, and differential calculus; properties and graphs of polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; properties and graphs of trigonometric functions; functions and limits; derivatives; techniques and applications of differentiation; logarithmic and trigonometric functions; Integral calculus, including definite and indefinite integrals; techniques of integration, with applications in social and life sciences. PREREQUESITIES: Freshman standing in life and social sciences.

**Physics I (4+0+0) 6**

Vectors. Motion in one and two dimensions. Newton's laws and its applications. Work and energy. Conservation of mechanical energy. Momentum and motion of systems. Static equilibrium of rigid bodies. Rotation and angular momentum. Newton's law universal gravitation.

**Computing Literacy (2+0+2) 5**

Email and IM usage and etiquette; Computer security basics; Mobile and Cloud computing basics; Google apps and services: Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drive, Calendar, Keep, Scholar; Apple apps and services. PREREQUESITIES: Freshman standing

**Turkish I (2+0+0) 2**

**Ataturk’s Principles and History of Revolution I (2+0+0) 2**

**Introduction to Mechanical Engineering (2+0+0) 3**

Introduction of the ISU Mechanical Engineering Program and the regulations. Engineering profession and the place of mechanical engineering in it. Development of mechanical engineering. Engineering ethics. Contribution of ME to the solution of societal problems. Principal application areas of ME.

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**2nd term**

**Differential and Integral Calculus (3+2+0) 6**

Analytic geometry, functions and limits, derivatives, techniques and applications of differentiation, logarithmic and trigonometric functions. Definite and indefinite integrals, techniques of integration, with applications in sciences and engineering. PREREQUESITIES: Freshman standing in physical sciences and engineering and the knowledge of MATH 10

**Physics II (4+0+0) 6**

Coulomb laws and electrical field. Gauss law. Electrical potential. Capacitance. Electrostatic energy and properties of insulators. Current and resistance. DC circuits. The magnetic field. Sources of magnetic field. Faradays law. Inductance. Magnetic field in the matter. Electro Magnetic oscillations and AC circuits. Maxwells equations and electromagnetic waves.

**Statics (3+0+0) 5**

Principles of statics, force vector, equilibrium of particle, moment of a couple, equilibrium of rigid body, planar forces, center of gravity, Theorem of Pappus-Guldinus, distributed loads and hydrostatics forces, supports and support reactions, Gerber beam, frames, simple machines, trusses, cables, friction, virtual work.

**Computational Thinking (2+0+2) 5**

Introduction to the central idea of computational thinking as it applies to a wide variety of human endeavors, including natural and physical sciences; computational mathematics with Sage, Matlab, and Mathematica; introduction to programming with Python. PREREQUESITIES: Freshman standing

**Turkish II (2+0+0) 2**

**Ataturk’s Principles and History of Revolution II (2+0+0) 2**

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**3rd term**

**Linear Algebra with Applications (3+0+0) 4**

Systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, determinants, vector spaces and subspaces, basis and dimension, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalization, and orthogonality; singular-value decomposition. PREREQUESITIES: MATH 10 or 12

**Computer Aided Technical Drawing (2+0+2) 6**

Introduction to computer aided technical drawing. Basic drawing functions and multi-view projection. Sectioning and conventions. General concepts in 3D modelling. Creating parts in 3D design and solid modeling. Transfering 3D parts to drafting detailing. Assembly modelling and assembling parts. Surface modelling.

**Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes (3+0+0) 4**

Concepts of probability; random variables; combinatorial probability; discrete and continuous distributions; joint distributions, expected values; moment generating functions; law of large numbers and central limit theorems; Distribution of sample mean and sample variance; summarizing data by statistics and graphs; estimation theory for single samples; hypothesis testing: likelihood ratio test; confidence intervals. PREREQUESITIES: MATH 12

**Istinye Manifest I (2+0+0) 2**

**Engineering Biology (3+0+0) 3**

The structure and functions of macro molecules and proteins. The structures and functions of cells. Cellular respiration, transport, communication. Energy production, flow, use and photosynthesis. Human genetics and physiology. Biotechnology.

**Dynamics (3+0+0) 4**

Kinematics of particles; velocity and acceleration in rectangular, cylindrical, spherical and normal and tangential coordinates. Rectilinear motion. Relative motion. Kinetics of particles; Newton’s law of motion. Equation of motion. Work. Impulse. Momentum. Principle of work and energy, principle of impulse and momentum. Angular momentum, angular impulse and momentum principle. Kinetics of systems of particles. Planar kinematics of rigid bodies, instantaneous center of rotation. Planar kinetics of rigid bodies. Three dimensional kinematics of rigid bodies. Three dimensional kinetics of rigid bodies.

**Material Science (3+0+0) 5**

Introduction to materials science and classification of atomic structures of the materials. Crystal structures and imperfections. Mechanical and physical properties of the engineering materials. Solid-state diffusion. Phase diagrams and solidification. Ferrous / non-ferrous alloys and heat treatment. Electrical, optical, thermal and magnetic properties associated with electron band structures of the materials. Metallic corrosion and prevention from corrosion. Principle geomaterials, their properties and application areas. Deterioration of geomaterials.

**Fundamentals of Electronics (1+0+2) 4**

In this course the principles of electrical and electronical engineering and basic technology will be introduced. Application examples of the knowledge on engineering will be given. In addition, electric machinery, power electronics, and electrical driving circuits will be introduced according to the mechanical engineering requirements.

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**4th term**

**Differential Equations (4+0+0) 4**

First and second order differential equations; separation of variables; linear differential equations; systems of first order equations; nonlinear differential equations and stability. PREREQUESITIES: MATH 12

**Istinye Manifest II (2+0+0) 2**

**Thermodynamics I (3+0+0) 6**

Properties of pure substances. Ideal and real gases. Energy, heat, work. Conservation of energy. Application on closed systems and control volumes. Heat engine. Second law of thermodynamics. Carnot principles. Clausius inequality. Entropy. Principle of the increase of entropy. Exergy, second law analysis.

**Strength of Materials (4+0+0) 6**

Basic Concepts of Solid Mechanics, Mechanical Properties of Materials, Axial Loading, Shear Stresses and Shear Loading, Bending, Deflection of Beams, Torsion, Buckling of Columns, States of stress, State of strain, Criteria for Failure, Combined Loading, Fatigue.

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**Fluid Mechanics I (3+0+0) 6**

Basic concepts, Hydro-Aerostatics, Conservation equations in integral analysis, Bernoulli and Energy equations, Differential conservation equations and boundary conditions, Similitude and dimensional analysis, Viscous flow in pipes , Introduction to open channel flow, Introduction to turbomachinery.

**Measurement and Instrumentation (2+0+0) 2**

Introduction to Measurement Techniques and Definitions, Metrology and Calibration, Introduce to Turkish Standards Related with Measurement Techniques; Other Foreign Standards, Norms and Rules, Analyzing Experimental Results, Measuring of Macro and Micro Geometry, Measuring of Dimension, Angle and Area, Measuring of Pressure, Measuring of Temperature, Measuring of Flow Rate, Measuring of Level, Measuring of Thermo physical Characteristics, Measuring of Force, Moment and Power of Shaft, Sensors and Basic Physical Characteristics of Sensors, Electrical Measurements in Mechanical Engineering, Sampling and Measuring of Air Pollution

**Industrial Training I (-) 6**

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**5th term**

**Istinye Manifest III (2+0+0) 2**

**Machine Design I (4+0+0) 5**

Mechanical engineering design activity and importance of machine elements knowledge in this activity. Fundamentals of design and applications of machine elements. Welded, soldered, adhesive bonded, riveted joints. Shaft-hub connections. Bolted joints and power screw mechanisms. Pins, knuckles, springs, shafts and axles, coupling and clutches, lubricants and lubrication theory, sliding and rolling bearings.

**Thermodynamics II (3+0+0) 6**

Gas power cycles. Vapor and combined power cycles. Cogeneration. Refrigeration cycles. Gas mixtures. Gas-vapor mixtures and air-conditioning. Chemical reactions. Chemical and phase equilibrium.

**Fluid Mechanics II (3+0+0) 6**

Viscous Flow in pipes and ducts. Laminar and turbulent boundary layers. Major and minor losses in pipes. Flow over immersed bodies. Boundary layer equations, Potential Flow, Introduction to CFD, Compressible flow. Fluid Machinery. Water hammer.

**Heat Transfer (4+0+0) 5**

Mechanisms of heat transfer. Steady and transient heat conduction in solids, solution methods. Laminar and turbulent forced convection, natural convection. Phase change heat transfer. Heat exchangers. Radiation heat transfer.

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**Vector Calculus with Applications (4+0+0) 4**

Calculus of functions of several variables; vector-valued functions; scalar and vector fields; integration along paths, double and triple integrals; integration over surfaces and applications of integrals; integral theorems of vector calculus; infinite series; Fourier series; integrals and transforms; partial differential equations. PREREQUESITIES: MATH 12

**Numerical Methods (2+0+0) 2**

Description of Numerical Methods and application of them particularly in engineering. Error analyses in numerical methods, analitical solutions, numerical methods for the solution of systems (lineer and non linear), approximation methods, interpolation, linear regression, numerical integration.

**Elective Course – I (2+0+0) 4**

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**6th term**

**Istinye Manifest IV (2+0+0) 2**

**Theory of Machines (3+0+0) 5**

Mechanisms, kinematic diagrams, kinematic chains and mobility. Some basic mechanisms. Kinematic analysis and synthesis of mechanisms. Review of some fundamental principles of mechanics. Static balance of machinery. Machine equation of motion and its implementation. Speed fluctuations and flywheel calculation. Force analysis in machinery. Shaking forces and mass balance. Balancing of rigid rotors.

**Manufacturing Methods (4+0+0) 5**

Principles and classifications of processes in manufacturing; advantages, limitations and comparisons of material processing. Design and manufacturing; selection of process. Casting, welding, forming, machining, and powder metallurgy. Manufacturing of polymer and composites parts. Rapid prototyping and ceramic part manufacturing.

**Machine Design II (4+0+0) 5**

Fundamentals of speed reduction mechanisms, kinematics and geometry of gears, spur, helical, bevel, spiral and worm gear mechanisms, belt drive and chain mechanisms.

**System Dynamics and Control (3+0+0) 4**

Introduction to system dynamics and control, Transfer function of linear systems. Linearization, Transient response analysis, Stability analysis, Basic control algorithms and structures, PID tuning methods, Frequency response analysis, Basic controller design methods and examples.

**Mechanical Engineering Student Laboratory I (1+0+2) 3**

**Industrial Training II (-) 4**

**Elective Course – II (2+0+0) 4**

**Elective Course – II (2+0+0) 4**

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**7th term**

**Engineering Economics (2+0+0) 4**

Foundations of Engineering Economy, Engineering Economy Principles,Simple and Compound Interest Calculations, Uniform Series Present Worth Factor,Capital Recovery Factor, Sinking Fund Factor, Uniform Series Compound Amount Factor, Arithmatic and Geometric Gradient Series Factor, Present Worth Analysis, Future Worth Analysis, Rate of Return Analysis, Benefit-Cost Analysis, Payback Analysis, Cost Estimation, Sensitivity Analysis, Using Computer in Engineering Economics

**Work Safety and Health (2+0+0) 3**

**Mechanical Engineering Student Laboratory II (1+0+2) 4**

**Elective Course – III (2+0+0) 5**

**Elective Course – III (2+0+0) 5**

**Elective Course – III (2+0+0) 5**

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**8th term**

**Engineering Ethics (2+0+0) 2**

The origins of ethical thought; ethical principles and basic theories; personal, academic and professional ethics for engineers; environmental ethics; ethical implications of technology, computer ethics; ethics in research and experimentation.

**Dissertation Project (3+0+6) 8**

**Elective Course – IV (2+0+0) 5**

**Elective Course – IV (2+0+0) 5**

**Elective Course – IV (2+0+0) 5**

**Elective Course – IV (2+0+0) 5**