### Müfredat ve Ders Bilgileri

**Lisans Ders Programı**

Ders Kodu | Ders Adı | AKTS | Kredi | Önkoşul |
---|---|---|---|---|

1. Dönem | ||||

MATH 115 | Calculus I | 7 | 4 | |

PHYS 103 | Physics I | 6 | 3 | PHYS 103L (Yan Koşul) |

PHYS 103L | Physics I Lab. | 2 | 1 | PHYS 103 (Yan Koşul) |

ME 100 | Introduction to Mechanical Engineering | 3 | 2 | |

CHEM 101 | General Chemistry | 5 | 3 | CHEM 101L (Yan Koşul) |

CHEM 101L | General Chemistry Lab. | 1 | 1 | CHEM 101 (Yan Koşul) |

TURK 111 | Turkish Language and Literature I | 2 | 1 | |

ENG 101 | English for Academic Purposes I | 4 | 2 | |

30 | 17 | |||

2. Dönem | ||||

MATH 116 | Calculus II | 7 | 4 | MATH 115 |

PHYS 104 | Physics II | 6 | 3 | PHYS 104L (Yan Koşul) |

PHYS 104L | Physics II Laboratory | 2 | 1 | PHYS 104 (Yan Koşul) |

ME 102 | Computer Aided Technical Drawing | 5 | 3 | |

STAT 102 | Engineering Mechanics: Statics | 6 | 3 | |

ENG 102 | English for Academic Purposes II | 4 | 2 | ENG 101 |

30 | 16 | |||

3. Dönem | ||||

MATH 211 | Linear Algebra | 6 | 3 | |

MATH 213 | Differential Equations | 7 | 4 | MATH 116 |

DYN 201 | Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics | 6 | 4 | PHYS 103 (Yan Koşul) |

COMP 111 | Computer Programming (Matlab) | 5 | 3 | |

HISTR 211 | Principles of Atatürk and History of the Turkish Republic I | 2 | 1 | |

ENGR 301 | Technical Report Writing and Presentation | 4 | 2 | ENG 102 |

30 | 17 | |||

4. Dönem | ||||

MATH 224 | Probability and Statistics for Engineering | 6 | 4 | |

THER 204 | Thermodynamics | 6 | 3 | MATH 116 |

STM 203 | Strength of Materials | 6 | 4 | STAT 102 |

MATS 202 | Materials Science | 6 | 3 | |

TURK 112 | Turkish Language and Literature II | 2 | 1 | |

HISTR 212 | Principles of Atatürk and History of the Turkish Republic II | 2 | 1 | |

ME 200 | Mechanical Engineering Practice I | 2 | 1 | |

30 | 17 | |||

5. Dönem | ||||

FLM 301 | Fluid Mechanics | 6 | 3 | PHYS 103, MATH 213 (Yan Koşul) |

EE 212 | Electrical and Electronic Circuits | 6 | 4 | |

ME 306 | Heat Transfer | 6 | 4 | THER 204 |

ME 309 | Manufacturing Processes | 5 | 4 | STM 203 |

Required HUM/SOC 100-level Component | 5 | 3 | ||

ME 300 | Mechanical Engineering Practice II | 2 | 1 | |

30 | 19 | |||

6. Dönem | ||||

ME 303 | System Dynamics and Control | 6 | 3 | DYN 201, MATH 213, EE 212 |

CME 302 | Computational Methods in Engineering | 5 | 3 | MATH 115, COMP 111 |

ME 305 | Machine Design I | 6 | 3 | ME 102, STM 203 |

ME 307 | Measurement Techniques | 5 | 3 | PHYS 104 |

Social Science Elective | 5 | 3 | ||

HUM 300 | Engineering Ethics | 3 | 2 | |

30 | 17 | |||

7. Dönem | ||||

ME 403 | Mechanical Engineering Laboratory | 7 | 3 | ME 307 |

ME 491 | Mechanical and Thermofluids Systems Design | 7 | 3 | Son Sınıf |

ME 405 | Machine Design II | 6 | 4 | ME 305 |

ECON 112 | Economics for Engineers | 5 | 2 | |

Elective - ME | 5 | 3 | ||

30 | 15 | |||

8. Dönem | ||||

ME 492 | Senior Design Project | 5 | 3 | Son Sınıf |

ENTR 400 | Business Skills and Entrepreneurship | 5 | 3 | |

Elective - ME | 5 | 3 | ||

Elective - ME | 5 | 3 | ||

Elective - ME | 5 | 3 | ||

Elective - Engineering | 5 | 3 | ||

30 | 18 | |||

Toplam |
240 | 136 |

**Bazı Seçmeli Bölüm Dersleri**

Ders Kodu |
Ders Adı |
AKTS |
Kredi |
Önkoşul |

ME 471 | Theory of Machines and Vibrations | 5 | 3 | DYN 201, MATH 213 |

ME 473 | Computer Aided Engineering | 6 | 3 | Son Sınıf |

ME 474 | Introduction to Automotive Engineering | 6 | 3 | Son Sınıf |

ME 475 | Industrial Automation and Robotics | 6 | 3 | EE 212 veya EE 201 |

ME 477 | Energy Systems | 6 | 3 | THER 204 |

ME 478 | Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) | 6 | 3 | ME 102 |

ME 479 | Vehicle Desing and Simulation | 6 | 3 | Son Sınıf |

ME 482 | Introduction to Rocket Propulsion | 6 | 3 | THER 204 |

ME 484 | Thermal Environmental Engineering | 5 | 3 | THER 204 |

ME 486 | Microfluidics | 6 | 3 | FLM 301 |

**Ön Koşul Diyagramı**

**COURSE DESCRIPTIONS**

**MATH 115 Calculus I (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 7**

(Diferansiyel ve İntegral Hesap I)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of function of a single variable, trigonometric functions, limit, continuity of a function, differentiation of a single variable function, extremum of a function, mean value theorem, L’Hospital’s rule, antiderivative and the indefinite integral, definite integrals, fundamental theorem of calculus, applications of the definite integral, the exponential and logarithmic function, the inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions and their inverses, integration techniques.

**PHYS 103 Physics I (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Fizik I)

This course includes the topics mostly related with mechanics part of fundamental physics. These topics are; significant figures, units and unit analysis, vectors, motion in one dimension, motion in multi dimensions, Newton’s Laws and their applications, work and kinetic energy, potential energy and conservation of energy, momentum and conservation of momentum, rotation of rigid bodies and dynamics of rotational motion.

Corequisite: PHYS 103 L**PHYS 103 L Physics I Lab. (0+0+2) 1 ECTS 2**

(Fizik I Laboratuvarı)

This laboratory course includes the experiments related to mechanics. The laboratory experiments covered in this course are based on the measurement of time, period and force using proper tools. These measurements are used in order to determine the speed, velocity, acceleration and period of the objects in motion. With the help of physics laws, some physical quantities are determined following these measurements compared with those obtained from theoretical approaches.

Corequisite: PHYS 103**ME 100 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 3**

(Makine Mühendisliğine Giriş)

Definition of mechanical engineering and its relationship to sciences, required technical communications and skills, computational tools for engineering problems in the field of mechanics of materials, fluid flow, thermal systems, and power transmissions. Understand engineering design process in a design project, and able extends design process to general problem solving, and recognize the value of creativity in engineering design process and teamwork.

**COMP 111 Computer Programming (MATLAB) (2+0+2) 3 ECTS 5**

(Bilgisayar Programlama (MATLAB))

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to fundamentals of computer programming and algorithm development. The following topics are covered: algorithms, vectors and matrices, functions, selection statements, loop statements, I/O processes, functions, plotting, structures, scripts and programs in MATLAB programming language.

**TURK 111 Turkish Language and Literature I (1+0+0) 1 ECTS 2**

(Türk Dili ve Edebiyatı I)

Definition and features of language, language-culture, language-gender, language-geography, language-nationality relationship, language birth, classification of languages, types of language, historical development of Turkish, sound and form features of Turkish, expression units, proverbs and idioms, problems Turkish language face, punctuation marks, writing rules, expression disorders.

**ENG 101 English for Academic Purposes I (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 4**

(Akademik İngilizce I)

The aim of this course is to provide students with the academic skills necessary to succeed in their undergraduate studies. This course utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in an integrated approach to promote the use of English in an academic context. The course will provide an introduction to academic English and help students become more confident, independent and experienced writers and speakers of English when addressing various subjects in an academic environment.

**MATH 116 Calculus II (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 7**

(Diferansiyel ve İntegral Hesap II)

Polar coordinates, analytical geometry, infinite sequences and series, Taylor’s series, vectors, multivariable functions, partial derivatives and their applications, the gradient and directional derivative, extrema of functions of two variables, multiple integrals and their applications.

Prerequisite: MATH 115**PHYS 104 Physics II (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Fizik II)

This course discusses topics related to electromagnetism. The topics covered in this course are; electric charge and force, electric field; Gauss’s law, electric potential, capacitance and dielectrics, current, resistance and electromotive forces, DC circuits, magnetic fields and forces, sources of magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, inductance and circuit oscillations, electromagnetic waves.

Corequisite: PHYS 104 L**PHYS 104 L Physics II Lab. (0+0+2) 1 ECTS 2**

(Fizik II Laboratuvarı)

This laboratory course includes the topics related to electromagnetism. The laboratory experiments covered in this course are based on the measurement of current, magnetic fields and potential differences using proper tools. These tools are used for the purpose of determining some of the electrical parameters such as resistance, power, inductance and capacitance. Using magnetic field sensors, magnetic field around conductors having various geometries are measured and current-magnetic field relations are obtained. Dependence of magnetic field strength with the distance from the source is also extracted.

Corequisite: PHYS 104**ME 102 Computer Aided Technical Drawing (2+2+0) 3 ECTS 5**

(Bilgisayar Destekli Teknik Resim)

This course involves an introductory experience in technical drawing as a tool of graphical communication in mechanical engineering. Primary emphases are on development of basic drafting skills, visualization and solving graphical problems. Students then extend their drafting skills using Computer Aided Techniques (CAD) by means of SolidWorks software. They will practice their developed techniques by creating drawings in the engineering fields of Aerospace (aircraft manufacturing), Machine (manufacturing), Mechanical (heating, ventilation, AC, & sewer), and Structural (steel reinforcements, bridges).

**STAT 102 Engineering Mechanics: Statics (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Mühendislik Mekaniği: Statik)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of vector quantities, forces and moments, static equilibrium conditions of a particle and rigid body, free body diagrams, structural analysis of beams, frames and trusses, internal forces, distributed loads, shear force and bending moment diagrams of beams, friction, center of gravity, centroid and moments of inertia of composite bodies.

**ENG 102 English for Academic Purposes II (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 4**

(Akademik İngilizce II)

The aim of this course is to provide students with the academic skills necessary to succeed in their undergraduate studies. This course utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in an integrated approach to promote the use of English in an academic context. The course will fine-tune the skills developed in English 101 and help students to further develop arguments as well as become more confident, independent and experienced speakers of English, particularly in presenting academic material.

Prerequisite: ENG 101**MATH 211 Linear Algebra (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Lineer Cebir)

This course provides general concepts on linear algebra by covering the following topics: Systems of linear equations and matrices, Gaussian elimination, matrix algebra, inverse of a matrix, elementary matrices, LU-factorization, the determinant of a square matrix, the properties of determinants, Cramer’s rule, vector spaces, subspaces, linear independence, basis and dimension, change of basis, inner product spaces, orthonormal basis, linear transformations, matrix representations of linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalization.

**MATH 213 Differential Equations (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 7**

(Diferansiyel Denklemler)

This course introduces ordinary differential equations, discusses their methods of solutions and introduces vector-valued functions Topics include: First order differential equations, second order linear differential equations, higher order linear differential equations, series solutions of linear differential equations, initial value problems, Laplace transforms and systems of first order linear differential equations. Vector-valued functions, the divergence and curl of vector-valued functions and their geometric applications.

Prerequisite: MATH 116**DYN 201 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 6**

(Mühendislik Mekaniği: Dinamik)

This course provides the fundamental aspects of dynamics, covering the following topics: Kinematics of a particle: Rectilinear and curvilinear motion in rectangular, normal-tangential and polar coordinates. Planar kinematics of rigid bodies: Absolute/relative motion, instantaneous center of velocity, motion relative to rotating axes. Planar kinetics of particles: The force-mass-acceleration method. Work-energy and impulse-momentum relations. Planar kinetics of rigid bodies and the work-Energy method. Free and forced vibrations of particles and rigid bodies.

Corequisite: PHYS 103**CHEM 101 General Chemistry (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5**

(Genel Kimya)

This course covers the fundamental chemistry topics, including a brief introduction to atoms, elements, atomic theories and contemporary atomic theory. Periodic table, chemical compounds, chemical reactions, gases, thermochemistry, chemical bonding, liquids, solids, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases will be covered within this course.

Corequisite: CHEM 101 L**CHEM 101 L General Chemistry Lab. (0+0+2) 1 ECTS 1**

(Genel Kimya Laboratuvarı)

In the laboratory, students will be conducting simple experiments based on the fundamental chemical principles acquired in the lectures and generate and analyse real data.

Corequisite: CHEM 101**HISTR 211 Principles of Ataturk and History of the Turkish Republic I (1+0+0) 1 ECTS 2**

(Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkilap Tarihi)

This course examines the modernization process that started in the last period of the Ottoman Empire, the Atatürk revolution and the establishment of the secular nation-state. The enlightenment movement in the last period of the Ottoman Empire and the legacy of the political thought left by the Ottoman intellectuals will be emphasized and the history of modernization as a whole will be introduced to establish cause-effect relationships. The establishment of a new state, a republic that dominates the will of the people, instead of the will of the sultan, reforms in the early Republican era, the basic principles of the Atatürk revolution will be examined. The aim of the course is to provide students with a solid foundation on Turkish political history.

**ENGR 301 Technical Report Writing and Presentation (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 4**

(Teknik Rapor Yazma ve Sunma)

This course will introduce students to scientific writing and proper citation focusing on engineering documentation types such as technical reports, proposals, posters, articles and short reports. Students will also be familiarized with business and electronic media communication activities. Oral, written and graphical data presentation skills will be improved and assessed using written assignments, poster preparation and oral presentation.

Prerequisite: ENG 102**MATH 224 Probability and Statistics for Engineering (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 6**

(Mühendislik için Olasılık ve İstatistik)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to probability theory and its applications to engineering. The following topics are covered: definition and rules of probability; random variables and uncertainty, expected value, variance and standard deviation of a probability distribution; discrete probability distributions: the Bernoulli, Binomial, geometric and Poisson distributions; continuous probability distributions: the uniform, exponential and normal distributions; multivariate probability distributions, covariance and correlation; descriptive statistics; sampling and sampling distributions; estimation and confidence interval; hypothesis testing; simple regression.

**THER 204 Thermodynamics (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Termodinamik)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of thermodynamics. The following topics are covered: Thermodynamic systems and properties of pure substances, thermodynamic processes. Work and heat interactions. The First Law for closed systems and for flow processes. The Second Law and entropy. Irreversibility and availability. Power and refrigeration cycles.

Prerequisite: MATH 116**STM 203 Strength of Materials (3+1+0) 4 ECTS 6**

(Mukavemet)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of normal and shear stress, allowable stress in design. Deformation and strain. Hooke’s law. Mechanical properties of materials. Stress and elastic deformation under axial load. Principal of superposition. Torsional deformation of circular shafts. Torsion formula and power transmission. Shear and bending moment diagrams. Flexure formula and stress calculations in bending. Transverse shear force and associated shear stress in beams. Thin walled pressure vessels. Combined stress due to bending, torsion, shear and axial load. Stress and strain transformation. Principle stresses and strains. Mohr’s circle. Failure theories, and fatigue. Elastic curve, method of integration, statically indeterminate beams and method of superposition. Introduction to buckling of columns.

Prerequisite: STAT 102**MATS 202 Materials Science (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Malzeme Bilimi)

This course introduces the fundamentals of materials science. The following topics are covered: Interatomic bonding, crystal structures, crystal defects and grain formation, elastic and plastic deformation of materials, physical and mechanical properties of engineering materials, phase diagrams and phase transformations, metals and their properties, ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, heat treatment, and basics of material selection.

**TURK 112 Turkish Language and Literature II (1+0+0) 1 ECTS 2**

(Türk Dili ve Edebiyatı II)

Informative writing types (column writing, article, interview, criticism, essay, diary, memory, travel, letter, life story, autobiography); fictional genres (story, novel, theater); subject, message, style, expression styles and ways of developing thought in the text; scientific article/research report, bibliography and footnote rules; types of verbal expression; punctuation, spelling rules, expression disorders; problems Turkish language face.

**HISTR 212 Principles of Ataturk and History of the Turkish Republic II (1+0+0) 1 ECTS 2**

(Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkilap Tarihi II)

This course examines the birth of modern Turkey after the War of Independence Victory. It analyzes the revolutions in political, social and cultural fields and the basic principles of the Atatürk revolution. It is aimed for the student to learn the establishment process of the new Republic and the newly created institutions. Information is given on the transition to a multi-party life from the one-party period, the Democratic Party Period, the 27 May and 12 September military interventions, and the recent Turkish political history. This course aims to give students the ability to comment on these important turning points of recent history.

**ME 200 Mechanical Engineering Practice I (0+0+0) 1 ECTS 2**

(Makina Mühendisliği Stajı I)

This internship provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of type of works mechanical engineers do in a company, practice in product design, research, development and manufacturing by working for minimum 20 working days. Interns get actively involved in a company to develop self-learning skills in engineering in office or manufacturing environment.

**FLM 301 Fluid Mechanics (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Akışkanlar Mekaniği)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of fluid mechanics. The following topics are covered: Basic definitions, Fluid kinematics, Fluid statics, Manometers and measurement of pressure, Hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surfaces, Rigid body motion, Integral form of conservation equations, Control volume and system concepts, Bernoulli equation, Differential Analysis of Fluid Flow, Navier-Stokes equations and applications, Dimensional analysis and similitude, Viscous Flows in Pipes, External Flows.

Prerequisites: PHYS 103, MATH 213 (Corequisite)**EE 212 Electrical and Electronic Circuits (3+0+2) 4 ECTS 6**

(Elektrik ve Elektronik Devreleri)

This course aims to introduce the sophomore students the basic components and characteristics of electric circuits and the mathematical techniques to analyze electric circuits. The course content covers basic circuit components and their current-voltage characteristics, circuit theorems and equations, DC circuit analysis techniques, Operational amplifiers; concepts and application examples, time domain analysis of RC, RL circuits, analysis a circuit in frequency domain, finding the power and energy consumption of the circuits in frequency domain also Semi-conductor basics: concepts and semi-conductor components, Bipolar junction transistor (BJT); physical structure and operating modes, BJT as a switch, MOSFET; structure and operating modes, MOSFET as a switch. The theoretical lectures will be coupled by laboratory work.

**ME 306 Heat Transfer (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 6**

(Isı Geçişi)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of heat transfer and their applications to engineering problems. The following topics are covered: Heat transfer mechanisms. The general heat conduction equation. Steady one-dimensional heat conduction. Thermal resistance networks. Steady heat conduction in cylinders and spheres. Heat transfer from finned surfaces. Transient heat conduction in lumped systems. Fundamentals of convection. The velocity and thermal boundary layers. Dimensionless numbers and similarity. Forced convection in external and internal flows. Natural Convection. Fundamentals of thermal radiation. Black body radiation and the Stefan-Boltzmann law. Emissivity, absorptivity and reflectivity of surfaces. Kirchoff laws. Heat transfer by radiation. The view factor. Radiation heat transfer from black, gray and diffuse surfaces.

Prerequisite: THER 204**ME 309 Manufacturing Processes (3+0+0) 4 ECTS 5**

(İmal Usulleri)

The course aims at providing the basics of manufacturing process technologies, their characteristics, advantages, limitations, and selection principles. The course covers main process categories such as casting, material removal, forming & assembly, as well as the principles of quality assurance and computer-integrated manufacturing.

Prerequisites: STM 203**ME 300 Mechanical Engineering Practice II (0+0+0) 1 ECTS 2**

(Makina Mühendisliği Stajı II)

This internship provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of type of works mechanical engineers do in a company, practice in product design, research, development and manufacturing by working for minimum 20 working days. Interns get actively involved in a company to develop self-learning skills in engineering in office or manufacturing environment.

**ME 303 System Dynamics and Control (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Sistem Dinamiği ve Kontrol)

This course provides the fundamental aspects of control engineering, covering such topics as: System modeling and analysis of linear time-invariant systems in time, Laplace, and frequency domain methods, as well as with the State-space Method; linearization; time response; block diagram reduction; stability analysis using the Routh-Hurwitz and Root Locus techniques; system model conversions; system analysis with initial conditions and general form inputs; state variable feedback controller design. Computer-aided tools will also be used throughout the course.

Prerequisites: DYN 201, MATH 213, EE 212**CME 302 Computational Methods in Engineering (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5**

(Mühendislikte Hesaplamalı Yöntemler)

This course introduces computational methods for engineering applications using Matlab software. Topics covered include: approximations and errors associated with numerical analysis; roots of equations; numerical solution of linear algebraic equations; least-squares regression and interpolation; numerical differentiation and integration; numerical solution of ordinary differential equations.

Prerequisites: MATH 115, COMP 111**ME 305 Machine Design I (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Makina Elemanları I)

This course is intended for students beginning the study of mechanical engineering design. The fundamentals and principals of the machine design including the mechanics of the materials, failure criteria, static and dynamic loads will be introduced. Also, students will be learning about the characteristics, principals and standards of mechanical elements. The course encourages the students to link the fundamental mechanical engineering knowledge with practical component specifications.

Prerequisites: ME 102, STM 203**ME 307 Measurement Techniques (2+0+2) 3 ECTS 5**

(Ölçme Teknikleri)

Topics covered include: basic concepts of measurement; system response and dynamic analysis of measurement; uncertainty and error analysis; statistical analysis; report writing and presentation; displacement, strain, rotational speed, temperature, acoustic and vibration measurements.

Prerequisite: PHYS 104**HUM 300 Engineering Ethics (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 3**

(Mühendislik Etiği)

To learn general issues and basic principles of ethics, ethical problems that professions at different sectors face; attitudes of the professions especially engineers to the problems and the consequences of the different solutions.

**ME 403 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory (0+0+4) 3 ECTS 7**

(Makine Mühendisliği Laboratuvarı)

Hands-on experience in dynamics, strength of materials, manufacturing, fluid mechanics and heat transfer is provided. Emphasis is on the understanding of fundamental principles as well as familiarity with modern experimentation. Lectures at the beginning of the course provide background information and theories of experimentation. Student groups perform ten experiments in dynamics, strength of materials, manufacturing, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Report writing is an integral part of the course, with focus on design of experiment, processing, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data, error analysis, and conclusions.

Prerequisite: ME 307**ME 491 Mechanical and Thermofluids Systems Design (2+2+0) 3 ECTS 7**

(Mekaniksel ve Isı-akışkan Sistemleri Tasarımı)

This course assesses applications of design concepts in a mechanical system and/or thermofluids system project. Each project should follow the below design principles: Problem definition, design specifications, benchmarking, applying modeling and analysis methods, design optimization, economics and reliability, manufacturing considerations in design, capstone design projects.

Prerequisite: Senior Standing**ME 405 Machine Design II (3+0+0) 4 ECTS 6**

(Makina Elemanları II)

This course is a complementary course to machine design I. Using the knowledge provided in machine deign I, students will learn how to apply engineering principles and standards to design basic mechanical components such as Cam-fallower mechanisms, various types of gears, belt, and chain mechanisms.

Prerequisite: ME 305**ECON 112 Economics for Engineering (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 5**

(Mühendislik için Ekonomi)

The course introduces to basic concepts of economics. The course content begins with the analyses of market mechanisms, which are perceived as the elementary organization form of the economy. Subsequently, the role of governmental policies and regularizations are incorporated into the analyses. Firm behavior and the organization of the industry are described in further details. Long-run and short-run dynamics of macroeconomic variables are investigated. The analyzed theoretical concepts are critically reviewed by the help of empirical data. The course ends with applications of presented methods on selected special topics.

**ME 492 Senior Design Project (0+6+0) 3 ECTS 5**

(Bitirme Ödevi)

This course is a continuation of the course Mechanical and Thermofluids System Design and assesses applications of design concepts in a mechanical engineering project in a similar manner.

Topics considered are: Problem definition, design specifications, modeling and analysis methods, design optimization, economics and reliability, manufacturing considerations in design, capstone design projects. Prerequisite: Senior Standing

**ENTR 400 Business Skills and Entrepreneurship (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5**

(İşletme Becerileri ve Girişimcilik)

The course mainly focuses on introducing the students with the experience of creating and growing new ventures as well as finding creative ways to start ups’ challenges, by analyzing real life examples and meeting with start-up founders in person. Throughout the course, the students will be working individually or in groups on "how to start a start-up from scratch” by focusing on their own ideas of a new product, service or process and will learn to present their start up ideas by using a business model canvas. At the end of the semester, they will make presentations for pitching those ideas in the classroom. As entrepreneurship is a career opportunity for students coming from a broad range of disciplines, the course will not be limited to students of Business and Economics only. Instead, the students with the basic knowledge on business related concepts will be able to attend the course.

**Some Departmental Elective Courses**

**ME 471 Theory of Machines and Vibrations (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5**

(Makina Teorisi ve Titreşimler)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to theory of machines and mechanical vibrations. The following topics are covered: basic concepts, kinematic analysis of mechanisms, introduction to dynamics of machines, static and dynamic force analysis, vibrations of single degree of freedom systems, vibrations of multi degree of freedom systems, vibration measurements and isolation.

Prerequisites: DYN 201, MATH 213**ME 473 Computer Aided Engineering (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Bilgisayar Destekli Mühendislik)

This course provides a comprehensive analysis of stress and deformation by using linear and non-linear finite element methods in the design of a machine, or its system, subsystem and components. The following topics are covered: Finite element modeling techniques of engineering problems in the design of a machine or its components. Linear static analysis for shell and solids structures, non-linear static analysis, plasticity, contact problems and large deformations and buckling. Dynamic loading conditions, frequency response analysis, natural frequency extraction and impact problems.

Prerequisite: Senior Standing**ME 474 Introduction to Automotive Engineering (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Otomotiv Mühendisliğine Giriş)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of vehicle design, vehicle attributes together with brake system, suspension and steering systems, wheels and tires, wheel alignment angles, and their effect on the vehicle attributes. Understand design verification methods in vehicle level road tests, rig tests, and computer aided engineering tools.

Prerequisite: Senior Standing**ME 475 Industrial Automation and Robotics (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Endüstriyel Otomasyon ve Robotik)

This course provides an introduction to the foundations of sequential logic systems, electro-pneumatic and electro-hydraulic automatisms, and programmable logic controllers, as well as of robot coordinate systems, direct & inverse kinematics; the Denavit-Hartenberg and the Jacobian methods for inverse kinematics of robot manipulators; dynamics and control of robot manipulators; programming of industrial robots.

Prerequisites: EE 212 or EE 201**ME 477 Energy Systems (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Enerji Sistemleri)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of energy conversion systems and their efficiencies. The following topics are covered: Energy awareness; forms of energy; coal, oil and gas; oil and gas engines; electricity; renewable energy: solar thermal energy, solar photovoltaics, hydroelectric energy, bioenergy, wind energy, geothermal energy; nuclear power; economic analysis and energy cost; environmental and health impacts of energy use: penalties and regulations in society.

Prerequisite: THER 204

Prerequisite: THER 204

**ME 478 Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Bilgisayar Destekli İmalat)

The aim of the course is that students acquire knowledge of computer aided process planning and production regarding computerized engineering tools as well as computerized production equipment. It is aimed to introduce computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) theory and applications. The course subjects include CAD/CAM systems, graphical data exchange and integration, process planning, tool path generation, and computer control of machines and processes in manufacturing systems. Projects will focus on design and manufacturing applications using commercial CAD/CAM software for automating the production cycle. Applications include NC machining, design of (optimum) cutting tools and modeling and design of fixtures for dies and molds. Hands-on experience is attained through CNC machine tool laboratory.

Prerequisite: ME 102**ME 479 Vehicle Design and Simulation**

**(3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Araç Tasarımı ve Simülasyonu)

This course provides a comprehensive analysis of vehicle design building block approach and simulation methodology under vehicle development programs parallel to industrial best practices. Main pillars of the modern vehicle developments programs; vehicle manufacturing and materials in design, vehicle electric battery systems, crash safety and regulations, vehicle external aerodynamics and fluid flow, vehicle noise, aero-acoustic and vibration will be investigated using computational numerical methods. As a numerical method, finite element in solid mechanics and finite volume in fluid mechanics will be practiced. The following topics are covered: material selection and manufacturing in vehicle design, battery electrical vehicles in trend, structural crashworthiness, occupant safety and restrain systems analysis using nonlinear explicit transient dynamics method, natural frequency and dynamic stiffness analysis of vehicle main body, global bending and torsional stiffness and frequency of vehicle main body, introduction to external aerodynamic design and analysis of fluid flow over vehicle, drag, lift, pressure and velocity streamline calculations in vehicle aerodynamics. Validation and verification procedures considering simulation results versus test. Certification by analysis approach in current engineering world.

**ME 482 Introduction to Rocket Propulsion (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Roket İtkisine Giriş)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to rocket propulsion systems, and aims to provide research, development and testing methods of rocket motors. Theoretical background of both chemical and electric propulsion systems is introduced. Design aspects of chemical propulsion systems; solid, liquid and hybrid propulsion systems are presented in detail. This course also aims to introduce low-cost launch vehicle projects in the world while evaluating the cost of space missions. Economical and technical aspects of “Accessing Moon and Mars” is also evaluated. In addition, the challenges of propulsion system design will be introduced to students in theory through lectures and also in practice through a course project (Moon or Mars mission design) that involves the design of a rocket system for a realistic mission.

Prerequisite: THER 204

**ME 484 Thermal Environmental Engineering (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Isıl Çevre Mühendisliği)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of heating, refrigeration, ventilating and air conditioning in buildings. The following topics are covered: Introduction to heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration, mechanical vapor-compression refrigeration cycles, mechanical vapor-compression refrigeration components and systems, thermodynamic properties of moist air, psychrometric processes and applications, the psychrometer and humidity measurement, heating and cooling of moist air by extended surface coils, human thermal comfort and indoor air quality, solar radiation, winter heat loss in buildings, air-distribution system and duct design, hydronic system design.

Prerequisite: THER 204**ME 486 Microfluidics**

**(3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6**

(Mikroakışkanlar)

Microfluidics covers the behavior, precise control and manipulation of fluids in micro scale. It has emerged only in the 1990s and is a multidisciplinary field intersecting engineering, physics, chemistry, micro technology and biotechnology and find wide applications in the development of DNA chips, micro-propulsion, micro-thermal technologies, and lab-on-a-chip technology. Microfluidics course is designed for undergraduate students to give an introduction to microfluidics technology and microscale analysis. Following an introduction to the basic concepts of microfluidic device fabrication and operation, students will research and present on microscale technology relevant to a specific application in biology. In parallel, students will apply this knowledge for the hands-on development of a microscale technology relevant to a topic of their interest.

Prerequisite: FLM 301