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Professional Orientation(1+0) 0: The basic engineering concepts. What engineerins do? How engineering affects the world? What are the main engineering skills. The challenges of engineering education. How to be a succesful engineer? Theory vs Practice. Engineering etiques.
0301102 Introduction to Electricaland Electronics Engineering(2+0) 2: Conductors and insulating materials. The technology of semiconductor. The main characteristics of the semiconductors. Printed circuit techniques in engineering with some popular packet programs. Transmission line conductors and underground cables. Resistively and resistivity, conductance and conductivity. Calculation of current carrying capacity of conductors and cables. Heating in cables. Fuses. Insulators. Insulated conductors and pipes used in internal installation. Internal circuits and their installation methods. Switches and applications. Lighting armatures. Electric meters. Security concept in electrical installations.
0301103 Calculus I (4+0) 4: Numbers, absolute value and intervals. Functions, trigonometric and inverse functions, limit concept and continuity. Derivative, differentiation rules, chain rule, indeterminates and curve plotting. Definite integral and area under a curve, indefinite integral. Logarithms and exponential functions, hyperbolic functions.
0301104 Physics I (2+2) 3:Vectors, kinematics, particle dynamics, work and energy, conservation of energy, system of particles, collisions, rotational motion, oscillations.
0301105EnglishI (1+2) 2:is, are; Plurals ; What is/are.....; To be: questions andbe: am, To negatives; Possessive adj.; Possessive ‘s; Present Simple: Positive, questions and negatives; A/an, some, any, have got; Verbs + ing; There is/are; Adverbs of frequency; Prepositions of place; Present Continuous Tense; Can for ağabeylity; Questions with How + Adjective; Expressions of quantity; Linking words: because, so, but, although; Revision
0301106Principles of Atatürk and the Revolution History I (2+0) 2:Revolutionary movements during the end of the 19th century in the Ottoman Empire and an overview of the Ottoman Empire in the beginning of the 20th century. The first and the second Constitutiona list Periods. Tripoli and Balkan wars. General overview of the World War I with a special emphasis on the Battles in the Dardanelles. The political consequences of Mondros Armistice on the Ottoman rule, and the events and developments until May 19th, 1919. Mustafa Kemal, his upbringing, the environment around him and his character. Preparation for the Independence War. Start of the Independence Movement; Mustafa Kemal’s arrival to Samsun, Erzurum and Sivas Congresses. Inauguration of The Great National Assembly. The establishment of Great National Assembly Government. Domestic
disturbances during the 1920’s.
0301107 Turkish I (2+0) 2:What is language? The significance of language in the social systems, particularly at nation level. Relationships between culture and language. The status of Turkish among the world languages and areas of dissemination. Vowels in Turkish and classification. Phonetic principles in Turkish. Syllables in Turkish. Rules of spelling and punctuation and practical applications.
0301108 Basic Information Technologies (1+2) 2:Basics of computers. Introduction to hardware and software. DOS, WINDOWS, word processing, spread sheet, presentation, graphics, internet, e mail, www, HTML and Java programs.
0301202 CalculusII (4+0) 4:Sequences, series, power series. Polar coordinates. Vectors, curves, lines and planes in R3. Systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants. Limits and continuity of functions of several variables, partial differentiation, gradient vector, tangent plane, directional derivative, extreme with and without constraints, Lagrange multipliers. Multiple integrals , line integrals and pathindependence, surface integrals, Fourier series.
0301203 Physics II (2+2) 3:Electric charge, electric field, Gauss' law, electric potential, capacitance, current and resistance, circuits, magnetic field, Ampere's law, Faraday's law of induction, electro magnetic oscillations, alternating currents.
0301204 Chemistry (2+2) 3: Introduction to atomic theory, chemical formulas, chemical equations, electronic structure of atoms, properties of atoms and the ionic bond, molecular geometry, gases, liquid and solids, solutions, theories of acids and bases, chemical kinetics and eq uilibrium.
0301205 EnglishII (1+2) 2:Past Simple: Regular verbs, Irregular verbs; Past Simple of BE: was were; Time prepositions: in, on, at; Permission and requests; Comparatives, Superlatives; Should for advice ; Going to for future tense; Suggestions; Say and tell; Would like /like would prefer/prefer; Present perfect for experience; Have to / don’t have to; Will for prediction; Present perfect: How long for /since; Making and accepting apologies; Giving opinions,agreeing,and disagreeing; Revision
0301206 Principles Of Ataturk And The Revolution History II (2+0) 2:Plans for disintegration of the Ottoman Empire. Paris Conference. Military occupation of İzmir. Internal affairs and minorities. Çerkez Ethem Revolt. First and second İnönü Battles. Eskişehir and Kütahya Battles. Sakarya War and its results. Kars and Ankara Treaties. The Great Raid. Mudanya Armistice and its importance. Lausanne Conference and its importance. Political, juridical, social, cultural, educational revolutions. Transition to democracy. Economical development of the Republic of Turkey: the early year s. Turkish foreign policy. Armenian problem. World War II and Turkey. Principles of Atatürk.
0301301 Computer Programming (2+2) 3:Types of data, operators and expressions, Control flow, Functions and program structures, Character strings and string functions, Input and output, Storage
classes and Program development, The C library.
0301302 Circuit Analysis I (3+2) 4:Review of current, voltage and resistance, Ohm's law, power and energy. Seriesparallel dc circuits. Controlled sources. Methods of d.c. circuit analysis; mesh and nodal analysis. Multiterminal components and terminal equations. DC network theorems. Twoport parameters. Capacitors, operational amplifiers. Magnetic circuits and inductors. DC analysis of RLC circuits. DC meters.
0301304 Logic Design (3+2) 4:Logicsystems. Transform between number systems. Number gates. Boole mathmatics and theorems. Boole fuctions. Simplification methods. Code convertors. Decoders. Comparetors. Date selectors. Date distrubuters. Successive kogic. Two state logic. Flip Flops. Master Slave and edge triggered FlipFlops. Monostable and astable circuits. Asenkron and senkron counters.
0301305 Differantial Equations (3+0) 3:Basic cebric structures.Groups, rings, areas, heap theorems, relations, permutation groups, roots of polynoms, vector spaces, similarity theorems,linear transformations, linear differential applications.Lagrange, Bessel, Gauss differential equations, Laplace and Fourier transformations.
0301306 Reading and Writing in English (2+0) 2:Past Simple: Regular verbs, Irregular verbs ; Likes/dislikes + ing; Present Simple and continuous; Possessive adj./Pronouns, ‘s, belong to; Should/Shouldn’t, imperatives; Going to (Future); Comperatives, Present Perfect and Past Simple; Revision; Zero conditional; Used to/didn’t use to; Infinitive of purpose; Have/have got, some/any/much/many; Present andpast obligation; Will/won’t future predictions,; Superlatives; Yet/already Present Perfect; Past ability with could and be good at; Conditionals Type 1; Revision
0301303 Probability and Statistic (3+0) 3:Point Estimation of parameters, Statistical Intervals for a single sample, tests of hypotheses,Regression and Correlations.
0301401 Circuit AnalysisII (3+0) 3:Magnetic coupled circuits, characteristics of frequency, two ports circuits, Laplace transform, laplace transform applied to circuit analyses. Circuit synthesis problem, positivereel functions oneport passive circuit synthesis, two ports passive circuits synthesis, filter functions and approximation problem.
0301403 Electromagnetic Fields (3+0) 3:Vectorical analyze, coordination systems, Electrostatic fields, Coulomb Law, Gauss Law, constraint conditions of Electrostatic Fields, Electrostatic energy and forces, Poisson and Laplace equations, Steady electrical currents, current density and Ohm law, Electromotor force and Kirchoff voltage law, power distribution and Joule law. Basic postulates of magnetostatic in Free space, magnetic vector potential, BiotSavart law and its applications, magnetic dipol, magnetic field fierceness and relative permaiabilite magnetic circuits, characteristics of magnetic materials, constraint conditions of magnetostaitic fields, inductance, magnetic energy, magnetic forces, Faraday Electromagnetic Induction Laws.
0301502 Signals and Systems (3+0) 3:Continuous and discrete time signal and systems. Feedback, memory, stability, linearity, timeinvariance. LTI systems defined by differential/difference equations. Convolution. Fourier series and transform. Modulation. Sampling. Ztransform. Transfer function representation.
0301404 Engineering Mathematics (4+0) 4:Vectors and vector spaces, Matrices, Rank, Solutions of Linear Equations, Cramer’sDeterninant and inverse of a matrix, Eigenvalue and method, eigenvector, Similarity transformatin and diagonalization, Statespace equations and solutions, Difference equations and solutions, Complex numbers, Complex variable functions, limit, contiunity and derivative, Analytical functions, CauchyRiemann equations; Complex number series, Complex integrations, CauchyRiemann Theorem, Caucy Integral Theorem and applications, Taylor and Laurent series, Residues and poles, Fourier series, transformation and applications.
0301407 English for Profession (2+0) 2: Past Simple and continious; Present Simple Passive; Like+ing,would like+infinitive; Definite/indefinite article; Obligations; Comparing Will and Going to; Adjectives ending in–ed and–ing; Present Perfect to describe present result; Would+ infinitive; Past simple passive; Gerund and infinitive; Relative Clauses; Must be,might be,can’t be; Present Continuous Tense for future purpose; Second Conditionals
Internship ProjectI (0+0) 0:Summer intership is 30workdays and it is applied after the forth semester.
0301405 ElectronicsI (3+2) 4:Basic semiconductor concept. Physical electronics. Physics of PN diodes. Bipolar junction transistors (BJTs). Field effect transistors (FETs). Transistor biasing and small signal models. Unijunction transistors (UJTs). PNPN switching devices. Negative resistance microwave devices. Lasers. Introduction to electronic circuit analysis using SPICE.Climber, Clipper, Rectifiers, transistor parameters. photoresistors and applications, Common collector amplifiers, emitter mounted amplifiers, logic gate circuits, FETs, voltage regulators, OPAMPs applications (741)
0301803 Automatic Control (3+0) 3:Review of the mathematical system modeling. The concept of feedback; block diagrams, flow graphs. System performance specifications. Stability of linear feedback control systems by using Routh criterion, rootlocus method and Nyquist criterion. Nichols chart. Design of compensators. Sensitivity.
0301602 Microprocessors (3+2) 4:Z80 Microprocessor I/0 systems. Basic I/O process. Experiment on time delay, display, keypad, DC Motor Control, ADC, DAC, Temperature Control and LCD didplay.
0301505 ElectronicsII (3+2) 4:Small signal parameters for transistors; rpi and hybrid equivalent circuits. Common emiter, common base and common collector amplifiers. Cascade and Darlington circuits. High frequency response for transistors. Hpi model parameters and amplifier circuits. Examining FET and MOSFET; relationship between current and voltage; small signal model; examining common source and comman drain at low and high frequency; response of an amplifier circuit and the factor that affect of this response. Cascade amplifiers for high frequency and feedba ck. Amplifiers with feedback. Voltageserial, current serial, voltageparallel, currentparallel circuits. Sinusoidal oscillators. Phase shifting, resonance circuits, crystals etc..basic OPAMPS circuits and applications
0301606 Communication Theory (3+0) 3:Mathematical representation of message signals. Amplitude and angle modulation techniques: Amplitude modulation, double sideband, single sideband, vestigial sideband modulation, frequency modulation. Superheterodyne receivers. Phase locked loops. Frequency division multiplexing. Noise in amplitude and frequency modulation systems .
0301607 Electric MachineryI (3+0) 3:Examining of single phase transformers, working in open and short circuit, reducing from secondary magnitudes to primary magnitudes in transformers which are working under load,values of voltage and variation of voltage on transformer, parallel operating of transformer with Hahnenmann chart, autotransformers, current,voltage and power relations on three phase transformers, description of asynchronous machinery, voltages of rotor and stator, rotating field equivalence circuit, phasor charts, circle charts and characteristics.
Internship ProjectII (0+0) 0:Summer intership is 30workdays and it is applied after the sixth semester.
0301701 veya 0301801 kodlu Graduation Project (0+4) 2:Students taking this course conduct detailed investigation of a topic of interest or design and/or construct a device under the direction of an instructor. A written report and the presentation of the topic investigated is required at the end of semester.
PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE COURSES (TECHNICAL ELECTIVES)0301601 Microwave Theory (3+0) 3:Review of Electromagnetic wave theory. Frequency and time domain analysis of transmission lines. Rectangular and circular wave guides. Equivalent circuit analysis of microwave systems. Impedance transformation and matching techniques.
0301507 Lighting Project (3+0) 3:Light theories. Eye, sensitivity and vision types. Light reflection, absorption and transmission phenomenon. Definition of lighting terms. Lighting methods. Internal lighting systems and calculations. Preproject preparation fundamentals. Feeder, column and main column line formation. Fundamentals of practical application project preparations. Low power factor correction methods in internal installations. Voltagedrop calculation for lighting systems. External lighting calculations.
0301506 Electromechanic Energy Conversion (3+0) 3:Introducing energy engineering. Electromagnetic systems and basic laws of electromagnetic systems. Innovation of electrical machines. Electromechanical systems Examples for electromechanical systems and analyzing methods. Reluctance motor coenergy concept. Transformers.One phase and three phase transformers. Introducing rotary electrical machines. Diagrams for magnetomotor force. Basics of rotary field. Generalized machines and primitive machines.
0301708 Digital Communications (3+0) 3:Introduction to digital signaling, dealing with noise in a digital system. PAM, PCM, DPCM, PWM, PPM, OOL, BPSK, TSK, OPSK and Mary PSK, QAM; MPSK and QAM modulations and their power spectral density functions. Sampling, quantization, coding, bit synchronizing, spectral efficient, ISI.
0301709 Antennas And Propagation (3+0) 3:Antenna Parameters. Wire typed Antennas. Radiation from Aperture Antennas. Antenna Arrays. Feed systems for Short, Medium, Long Waves and Microwaves. Energy Transfer Between Antennas. Ground Wave and Sky Wave Propagation. Satellite Communications. Introduction to Radar Systems.
0301710 Digital Signal Processing (3+0) 3:Discrete time signals and systems. Z transforms and applications. Spectrum analyzing analog signals. Sampling. Discrete Fourier transforms and FFT. Digital filter design. FIR and IIR filter design.
0301711 Electric Machines II (3+0) 3:Structure of dc machinery, armature reaction, commutation and characteristics, transient state in dc machinery, losses and efficiency in electric machinery, Synchronous machines.
0301712 Power Generation And Transmission (3+0) 3:General description of energy systems. Producing, transferring and consuming the energy. Energy sources. Electrical characteristics for transformers and generators. Reasons of transmitting the energy with high vo ltage. Differences between AC transmission and DC transmission. RLC parameters for energy transmission lines. Short
and long line equivalent circuits. Loading limits. Compensation. Deflection of transmission lines.
0301713 High Voltage Techniques (3+0) 3:IV characteristic of gases. Electron emission processes. Ionization and deionization. Townsend and Streamer breakdown mechanisms. : Breakdown in electronegative gases. Corona discharges and loses. Breakdown mechanisms in s olid and liquid insulations. Generation of A.C. D.C. and impulse voltages.
0301802 Facility Management (3+0) 3:Relation between frugality economy and other sciences, establishment of administration, productivity.
0301808 VLSI Circuit Design (3+0) 3:Production techniques of ICs., Operational Amplifiers integrated circuit analyze, Analog processing blocs, Signal generator IC elements and experiment circuits, IC voltage regulators, IC Norton amplifiers, Operational transient conductivity amplifier, Digital signal processing, IC elements and their theories.
0301603 Numerical Methods (3+0) 3: Numerical error analysis, roots of equations, linear algebraic equations, curve fittings, numerical differentiation and integration, ordinary differential equations, eigenvalue, and eigenvectors.
0301809 Hardware Description Language (3+0) 3:Introduction to hardware description languages, Schematic hardware description, Verilog and VHDL. VHDL code architecture, Library, entitiy and architecture. Operators, WHEN, GENERATE, BLOCK. PROCESS, IF, WAIT, CASE, LOOP. Signals and variables: ONSTANT, SIGNAL and VARIABLE. State machines. FPGA.
0301503 Electromagnetic Waves (3+0) 3:Maxwell’s equations in time and frequency domains, Electromagnetic Energy and Power, Wave Equation, Uniform Plane Waves, Reflection Transmission and Refraction. Introduction to Transmission Lines.
0301811 Industrial Control Systems (3+0) 3:control circuit elements: contactors, relays, Classical power switches, time relays. Driving AC motors via contactors. Two way direction control of motors. Application circuits, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Comparison of PLCs and classical control circuits. CPU and Memory, I/O facilities and hardware, Dimensions of PLCs, System software, Programming PLCs, Application examples.
0301813 Energy Distribution (3+0) 3:Properties of electrical energy and energy distribution systems. Line constants and calculation methods. Fundamentals of line conductor crosssection determinations. Lines loaded from a point. Energy distribution networks. Lines loaded with point loads and their crosssection calculations. Distributed loads and power densities. Crosssection calculations on compact and distributed load lines. Determination of transformation locations, and calculations of powers. Towers, calculation of sidewing. Forces and determination of tower types. Preparation fundamentals of low voltage energy distribution network projects.
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