Ship Geometry and Hydrostatics

Degree:

Code

Year/Semester

Local Credits

ECTS Credits

Course Implementation, Hours/Week

Course

Tutorial

Laboratory

NAME211

Fall

3

4

2

2


Department

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Instructors

Dr. Murat ÖZBULUT

Contact Information

mozbulut@pirireis.edu.tr

Office Hours

Tuesday 11.0013.00

Web page

pruonline

Course Type

Compulsory

Course Language

English

Course Prerequisites

None

Course Category by Content, %

Basic Sciences

Engineering Science

Engineering Design

Humanities

10

30

60


Course Description

Introduction, terminology, ship types, principal dimensions, hull form coefficients, nondimensional ratios, ship geometry, geometrical ship design, ship forms, lines plan, numerical integration, hydrostatic calculations

Course Objectives

Students learn the basics of ship form and ship geometry. They gain the ability of drawing the hull form plans, calculating the basic hydrostatic characteristics, determining the geometrical coefficients of a ship and lerning the basic terminology of ship geometry terms.

Course Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully pass the course will;
 Learn principal dimensions and ship geometry,
II . Learn the different ship hull forms,
 Draw the lines plan,
 Calculate hydrostatic values, be aware of basic characteristics

Instructional Methods and Techniques


Tutorial Place


Coterm Condition


Textbook

Eric TUPPER,Introduction to Naval Architecture

Other References

RAWSON, K. J. (2001). Basic Ship Theory

Homework & Projects

3 projects will be assigned for each student.

Laboratory Work


Computer Use

Autocad will be used for drawings.

Other Activities











