Department of Mechanical Engineering (English)

Courses Details

MATH 101 Engineering Mathematics I

Functions, limits, continuity, differentiation and applications, integration, fundamental theorem of calculus, techniques and applications of integration, improper integrals and series, Taylor polynomials, power series, basic transcendental functions.

 

PHYS 101 Engineering Physics I

Vectors, translational kinematics and dynamics work and energy, system of particles, rotational kinematics and dynamics, equilibrium, gravitation oscillations, waves, fluid mechanics, statistical mechanics, heat and thermodynamics. (One laboratory session every week.)

 

CHEM 101 Engineering Chemistry

Introduction to atomic and electronic structure, chemical bonding, molecular structure and bonding theories, properties of liquids, solids and solutions, chemical equilibrium, kinetics, thermodynamics, metal complexes, organic compounds and nuclear chemistry.

 

CENG 103 Computer Programming I (C/C++ Programming)

This course provides an introduction to mathematical modeling of computational problems. It covers the common algorithms, algorithmic paradigms, and data structures used to solve these problems. The course emphasizes the relationship between algorithms and programming and introduces basic performance measures and analysis techniques for these problems. Typed functions, conditional expressions, and repetition (recursion) are introduced alongside as the basic methods to operate on this structured data.

 

ENG 101 Academic English I

This course is an integrated skills-based course in the four language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) along with the grammar and vocabulary knowledge. With its engaging content and systematic skills work, students will be able to express their ideas and develop their communicative abilities. It also includes a strong focus on study skills encouraging independent learning.

 

IUL 151 Introduction to University Life

It is a program that aims to adapt to the new environment of the university in a pleasant way, consisting of various activities that will be offered in addition to academic studies, in order for our students to adapt to university life. These activities will support students as an active individual with programs that can help students to achieve their goals and contribute to their personal development. The program, which is focused on socio-cultural activities, aims to create an awareness about intellectual curiosity, cultural sensitivity and taking responsibility, by giving you a weekly break, and to improve students’ vision as well as to educate them as a beneficial individual to the society and the world.

 

EHS 101 Occupational Health and Safety

This course will cover an overview of occupational health and safety and safety culture, national occupational health and safety system, occupational health and safety approach, occupational health and safety legislation, occupational health and safety services to be conducted by the employer, the concept of occupational accident and occupational disease and the costs, occupational accident and occupational disease concept and its costs, risk factors in occupational health and safety, individual and organizational factors in occupational health and safety, records to be kept in occupational health and safety, occupational health and safety in electrical works.

 

EPR 121 Entrepreneurship Project I

To become entrepreneurs and project makers, our students receive information such as establishment and management of business, business accounting, business start-up and incentives, R & D and design center activities, project supports. By collaborating with students who choose similar projects from other programs, they start their experience of forming a team and doing business together.

 

MATH 102 Engineering Mathematics II

Vector calculus, functions of several variables, directional derivatives, gradient, Lagrange multipliers, multiple integrals and applications, change of variables, coordinate systems, line integrals, Green's theorem and its applications.

 

PHYS 102 Engineering Physics II

Charge and matter, the electric field, Gauss law, electrostatic potential, capacitance, current and resistance, electromotive force and circuits, the magnetic field, Ampére's law, Faraday's law, inductance, magnetic properties of matter. (One laboratory session every week.)

 

MEC 102 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering

Introductory concepts in mechanical engineering; professional and academic ethics. Importance of computers and data processing; basic applications of programming; role of the engineer as programmer; use of scientific computing tools. Introductory concepts of engineering design and statistical methods. Oral and written presentation techniques.

 

MEC 104 Computer Aided Engineering Drawing

Introduction to CAD and 2D drawing techniques, 2D drawing techniques, Hand sketching techniques, Orthographic projection, 3D solid modeling (extrude, cut, drill, revolve, loft, inclined and oblique surfaces, holes, edit, unite), Layout generation and auxiliary views, Principles of sectioning (full, half, broken-out, rotated, ribs, webs, alignment), Dimensioning, GD&T (geometric dimensioning and tolerancing), Assembly and machine elements (bolts, nuts, other threaded elements, gears, cams, locking devices), Assemblies and working drawings, Surface developments.

 

ENG 102 Academic English II

This course is an integrated skills-based course in the four language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) along with the grammar and vocabulary knowledge. With its engaging content and systematic skills work, students will be able to express their ideas and develop their communicative abilities. It also includes a strong focus on study skills encouraging independent learning.

 

IUL 152 Building the Future

This course, which is the continuation of the Introduction to University Life Course, aims to raise the competence of the student in subjects such as career planning, interview processes, image and communication and to train highly qualified people. In addition, the course aims to provide students with the knowledge of science, technique, industry, creative thinking, developments in R & D, rational and critical thinking, reasoning ability, generating rational solutions and evaluating future business opportunities through various seminars. This course contributes to the development of the basic sciences in our country, giving students the opportunity to make applied research, renewing the existing knowledge and ideas, enriching and educating the elements needed by the profession branches.

 

WEX 124 Workplace Experience I

Students make observations and experience in the workplace one day of the week. Students take this course in business environment. The tasks and activities of the vocational candidates in this course should provide them with the opportunity to observe experienced superiors and workplace trainers on-the-job, to work individually with the students, even if they are limited. The activities carried out in the workplace experience course will provide candidates with various skills that will enable them to become an experienced employee. The students' progress in understanding the future profession and gaining the competencies constituting the profession will be evaluated by the university instructors who are in close cooperation with them and the application trainers and mentors who have gained experience in their work.

 

EPR 122 Entrepreneurship Project II

 

 

MATH 201 Linear Algebra

Matrix algebra, determinants, Gaussian elimination, Cramer's rule, inverses, systems of linear equations, rank, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, introduction to linear programming.

 

EEE 201 Electrical Circuits I

Circuit elements and Kirchhoff’s laws. Analysis of resistive circuits. Network theorems. Analysis of first and second order circuits. Operational Amplifiers. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis. Measurement and error analysis. Laboratory work.

 

MEC 201 Statics

 

 

MEC 203 Material Science

Materials and properties. Atomic bonding and arrangements. Structural imperfections. Atom movements. Deformation of materials. Physical properties. Industrial alloys. Modification of properties of materials through changes in structure. Nonmetallic materials.

 

MEC 205 Strength of Materials

 

 

TUR 101 Turkish I

Definition of the language, social value of language; Characteristics of written and oral expression; Sentence knowledge; Speech disorders; written and oral expression; Effective reading and text analysis will be included during this course.

 

ATA 101 Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution I

This course will cover the topics of; The concept of revolution, the factors leading to Turkish revolution and the reasons of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, Ottoman Empire in the rescue efforts, flows of ideas, World War I, Mustafa Kemal Anatolian transition and congresses, Turkey opening of the Grand National Assembly, the liberation war, foreign policy, Mudanya cease-fire, the Lausanne conference.

 

WEX 225 Workplace Experience II

This course is the continuation of the workplace experience 1 course and the students continue their workplace experience which they started in the previous semester with their mentors.

 

MATH 202 Differential Equations

First-order differential equations, linear equations, homogeneous and non-homogeneous, series solutions, the Laplace transform, systems of first-order linear equations, boundary value problems, Fourier series.

 

MATH 204 Probability and Statistics

Introduction to probability theory. Random variables, expectation, variance and moment generating functions. Distributions: Bernoulli, binomial, uniform, Gaussian, exponential, Poisson, gamma. Introduction to statistical concepts. Sampling and sample statistics. Point and interval estimation. Hypothesis testing. Regression. Numerical and computational aspects of random variable generation, sampling, and estimation.

 

MEC 202 Dynamics

Dynamics of particles: Rectilinear and curvilinear motion, Newton's laws, momentum and angular momentum methods. Work and energy. Dynamics of rigid bodies; kinematics, Euler's Laws, angular momentum. Work and energy methods for rigid bodies.

 

MEC 204 Thermodynamics I

The thermodynamic system and properties, thermodynamic processes; work and heat interactions. The First Law for systems and for flow processes; the Second Law and entropy. Irreversibility and availability.

 

TUR 102 Turkish II

This course will cover the topics of; Turkish suffixes; Turkish suffixes; Word types. Sentence knowledge; Reading and examining selected texts.

 

ATA 102 Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution II

This course will cover the topics of; The proclamation of the Republic and political, social and cultural reforms. Problems that Lausanne Peace Treaty could not be solved and their conclusions movements against the new order. Multiparty life experiments and results. Turkish Foreign Policy in the period of Atatürk. İnönü Period and the Second World War years, Turkey's transition to multi-party life during and after the Democratic Party.

 

WEX 324 Workplace Experience III

This course is the continuation of the workplace experience 1 course and the students continue their workplace experience which they started in the previous semester with their mentors.

 

MATH 301 Numerical Analysis Methods

Data structures, structured programming. Numerical solution of multidimensional optimization problems, convergence properties, gradient and Newton methods. Solution of linear, nonlinear equations, and differential equations, numerical integration.

 

MEC 301 Mechatronics

Introduction to mechatronics. Analog and digital electronics. Combinational and sequential logic circuits. Programming and interfacing of microcontrollers.  Data acquisition. Sensors and actuators.  Design case studies. Project.

 

MEC 305 Fluid Dynamics

 

 

MEC 307 Thermodynamics II

Thermodynamic property relations. Power and refrigeration cycles, heat pumps. Gas mixtures. Thermodynamics of mixtures and solutions; psychrometric applications; chemical reactions. The concept of equilibrium; exergy analysis.

 

WAP 325 Workplace Application I

Within this course, students practice in the workplace one day of the week. Students apply this course in business environment. Candidates of the profession will have the opportunity to know the work environment and fully participate in what is happening at the workplace. The work to be carried out during the workplace application is planned according to the workplace before the beginning of the semester and by taking the opinions of the students and the application trainers who will guide them. Since each workplace's eco system will be different, the term plan is prepared after getting acquainted with the workplace's eco system, so that each student's weekly schedule may change.

 

MEC 302 Experimental Engineering

Principles of experimentation. Experiment planning, data analysis, report writing, basic sensing devices. Basic engineering measurements in the fields of solid mechanics and thermal sciences. Uncertainty analysis; basic concepts of signal analysis.

 

MEC 304 Production Technologies

 

 

MEC 306 Machine Design I

Introduction to mechanical engineering design: Load analysis; materials; stress analysis, stress concentrations; deflections and stability; failure theories of ductile and brittle materials, reliability; dimensions and tolerances; impact, fatigue and surface damage. Analysis and design of shafts, keys, pins, splines, couplings, and flywheels. Lubrication, sliding bearings. Rolling-element bearings.

 

MEC 308 Heat Transfer

Steady and transient one and multi-dimensional heat conduction in systems: numerical methods and special applications. Internal and external forced convection, natural convection and condensation. Heat transfer by radiation. Heat exchangers and design of heat transfer systems.

 

MEC 310 System Dynamics and Control Theory

Analysis of linear control systems by differential equations and transfer function methods using Laplace transforms. Stability of closed loop systems. Routh-Hurwitz criterion, root-locus diagrams. System analysis in frequency domain. Bode, polar plots and Nichols charts. Nyquist stability criterion. Introduction to design and optimization of linear control systems, compensation techniques.

 

WAP 326 Workplace Application II

Within this course, students practice in the workplace one day of the week. Students apply this course in business environment. Candidates of the profession will have the opportunity to know the work environment and fully participate in what is happening at the workplace. The work to be carried out during the workplace application is planned according to the workplace before the beginning of the semester and by taking the opinions of the students and the application trainers who will guide them. Since each workplace's eco system will be different, the term plan is prepared after getting acquainted with the workplace's eco system, so that each student's weekly schedule may change.

 

WAP 425 Workplace Application III

 

 

MEC 401 Mechanics and Thermal Design

Design philosophy and methodology. Professional ethics in engineering. Material selection. Role of engineering economics and optimization in design. Individual or group project.

 

MEC 403 Machine Design II

Analysis and design of machine elements such as power screws and threaded fasteners; joining components such as rivets and welds; springs; various types of gears such as spur, helical, bevel, and worm; clutches, brakes, belts and chains.

 

MEC ELEC 1 Elective Course I (MEC 4XX)

 

MEC ELEC 2 Elective Course II (MEC 4XX)

 

MEC ELEC 3 Elective Course III (MEC 4XX)

 

MEC 412 Graduation Project

 

WED 400 Workplace Education

In the last semester of the program, all of the students will carry out practical training in a factory / production unit located in all provinces of Ankara or in Ankara in accordance with the predefined principles and principles that OSTIM Technical University deems appropriate. In addition, internship / on-the-job training will be carried out in a factory / production unit located in Ankara within the framework of the cooperation protocol between the OSTİM Technical University and the OSTİM Clusters within the framework of the development and cooperation. During this internship / on-the-job training, students will simultaneously take the “Project Management” course as internship / on-the-job training course. In this course, each student will be able to jointly identify the problem areas related to the Design, Production, Installation and Maintenance of various systems in the areas encountered in the factory / production unit where he / she is doing internship / on-the-job training, and jointly identify with the company the new generation creative solution proposals and will create a project idea, design it, develop it and reflect it on the field of application. This project will be evaluated in the performance of internship / on the job training.

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