ECTS - Energy Systems Engineering
Compulsory Departmental Courses
CEAC105 - General Chemistry (3 + 2) 5
Matter and measurement, atoms, molecules and ions, stoichiometry: calculations with chemical formulas and equations, oxidation-reduction reactions, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms, periodic properties of the elements, basic concepts of chemical bonding, molecular geometry and bonding theories, gases, intermolecular forces, liquids
E101 - Engineering Fundamentals (1 + 0) 2
Introduction, Historical Development of Science/Engineering and Industry, Definitions and Methodologies of Engineering and Science, Functions of Engineers, Roles and Types of Engineers, Engineering, Society and Environment, Engineering and Mathematics, Safety in Engineering, Design and Applications in Engineering, Research and Technology in Engineering, Engineering Education and Communications, Engineering Ethics, Engineering and Computers, Visits to Laboratories and/or Factories
EE234 - Introduction to Electrical Engineering (3 + 1) 5
Definition of current, voltage, resistance, power, Kirchoff laws and resistive DC circuits, Thevenin and Norton equivalents, AC circuits, phasors, filters, reactive power, three-phase circuits and power, overview of combinational and sequential digital circuits and examples, diodes and transistors.
EE352 - Electromechanical Energy Conversion (3 + 2) 6
Electric machinery fundamentals, magnetic circuits and materials, electromechanical energy conversion principles, transformers: the ideal transformer, practical transformers, special transformers, three-phase transformers; DC Machines; DC generators, DC motors, DC motor starters, variable speed control of DC motors, synchronous machines: synchrono
ENE201 - Energy Systems I (3 + 2) 9
Historical timeline of energy, future trends, basic energy principles: the three laws of thermodynamics, work, heat, temperature, energy conversion, efficiency, measuring energy, units of measure used in energy systems, forms of energy, fossil fuels, environmental concerns, global warming.
ENE202 - Energy Systems II (3 + 2) 5
Technical, economical, environmental and policy aspects of renewable and alternative energy systems to provide a comprehensive picture of their role in meeting society?s needs, renewable energy sources (solar, wind, geothermal, hydrolic, biomass, wave, etc.), nuclear energy: nuclear fuels, fission.
ENE203 - Thermodynamics I (3 + 0) 6
Basic concepts and definitions, properties of a pure substance, equations of state, work and heat interactions, first law of thermodynamics, internal energy and enthalpy, second law of thermodynamics, entropy, reversible and irreversible processes, thermodynamic analysis of processes, third law of thermodynamics.
ENE207 - Engineering Mechanics I (2 + 2) 5
Idealizations and principles of mechanics. Vector quantities. Classification and equivalence of force systems. State of equilibrium. Elements of structures, trusses, beams, cables and chains. Friction. Concepts of stress and strain. Simple loading; tension, torsion and bending. Deflections with simple loadings, superposition techniques. Statically indeterminate members, thermal stresses. Combined stresses, Mohr’s circle, combined loadings.
ENE208 - Engineering Mechanics II (2 + 2) 5
Two main sections of dynamics; Particles and Rigid Bodies are described with respect to planar motions in this course. Each section has two parts; kinematics and kinetics. Methods of Newton’s second law, work energy and impulse-momentum are emphasized in this course.
ENE302 - Heat and Mass Transfer (3 + 1) 6
Basic concepts of heat transfer, mechanisms of heat transfer (conduction, convection, radiation), steady and transient conduction, numerical methods in heat conduction, forced and natural convection, boiling and condensation, heat exchangers, radiation heat transfer, mass transfer.
ENE303 - Modeling, Analysis and Simulation (3 + 0) 5
System as an interconnection of components, component models, interconnection of components, system models: block diagrams, state equations, transfer functions, analysis of static and dynamic systems, modeling mechanical, electrical, thermal and fluid systems, simulation using SIMULINK.
ENE304 - Measurement and Instrumentation (3 + 0) 5
Importance of experiments in engineering, experimental methods, basic concepts, measurement and dynamic response; statistical analysis of experimental data, error types and error analysis, uncertainity, probability, chi-square test, least square methods, coefficient of correlation; measurement of basic electrical quantities, pressure, flow, tempera
ENE307 - Numerical Methods (2 + 2) 4
Modeling, Euler’s method, Truncation and rounding errors. Taylor series. Roots of equations: Bracketing and Open methods. Matrices. Solutions of linear algebraic equations; Gauss elimination and decomposition methods. Curve fitting; Least-squares regression, Interpolation. Numerical differentiation and integration.
ENE309 - Electromechanical Energy Conv. (3 + 2) 4
This course provides an introduction to the basic principles of electromechanical energy conversion devices. Topics include three-phase circuits; magnetic circuits; theory, construction, and operation of transformers; performance characteristics and analysis of common rotating machines and their control. The concurrent laboratory work reinforces the theoretical principles involved.
ENE399 - Summer Practice I (0 + 0) 10
A minimum of thirty working days summer practice especially in the energy related sectors such as power stations, energy producing centers or producers of energy related machines or apparatus such as wind turbine, solar energy panels etc. and energy research centers.
ENE406 - Energy Management (3 + 0) 6
Definition, energy audit-need,types of energy audit, energy management (audit) approach-understanding energy costs, bench marking, energy performance, matching energy use to requirement, maximizing system efficiencies, optimizing the input energy requirements, fuel and energy substitution, energy audit instruments.
ENE499 - Summer Practice II (0 + 0) 10
A minimum of thirty working days summer practice especially in the energy related sectors such as power stations, energy producing centers or producers of energy related machine or apparatus such as wind turbine, solar energy panels etc. and energy research centers.
ENG202 - English for Academic Purposes IV (3 + 0) 3
Preparing and writing research reports and delivering effective oral/written informative and persuasive presentations; gathering information, organizing data, outlining, using appropriate techniques in presentation and delivering for a maximum impact, using visual aids and citation effectively.
ENG301 - English for Occupational Purposes I (3 + 0) 3
Job-related communication skills;the functions such as describing relationships at work,discussing performance reviews and giving feedback,discussing plans and arrangements,using social media for professional communication,discussing on recruitment tests and job interviews,presenting a service or product,writing reviews on websites
ENG302 - English for Occupational Purposes II (3 + 0) 3
More detailed job-related communication skills;describing and organising meetings,developing communicational styles in various cultural settings,handling mistakes and apologizing,getting familiar with marketing styles and advertising,deciding how to adapt and market a product in different countries,
HIST111 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution I (in English) (2 + 0) 2
French Revolution; structure and geopolitic positioning of Ottoman Empire, reasons of its decline; Westernization movements, First and Second Constitutional Monarchy declarations; Libya and Balkan wars; First World War; period before the War of Independence, congresses, National Pact, establishment of Turkish Grand National Assembly.
HIST112 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution II (in English) (2 + 0) 2
War of Independence; Lausanne Treaty; declaration of the Republic; removal of sultanic rule and caliphate; Atatürk`s revolutions; establishment of national economy; Second World War, before and after; Turkish Republic after 1960.
MATE207 - Introduction to Materials Engineering (3 + 0) 5
Historical perspective and classification of materials; atomic structure and theory; bonding in solids; the structure of crystalline solids; fundamental mechanical properties of materials; phase diagrams; thermal processing of metal alloys; properties and use of ceramics, glasses and composites; material selection; design and economical considerati
ME211 - Statics and Strength of Materials (3 + 1) 6
Statics and mechanics of materials; a review of vector algebra and force vectors; static equilibrium of particles; equivalent systems of forces; equilibrium of rigid bodies; distributed forces; centroid, center of gravity and moment of inertia; stress and strain; mechanical properties of materials; axial loading; torsion; pure bending; transverse
MECE306 - Control Systems (3 + 0) 6
Design of continuous time control systems, discretizing the systems and controllers, implementing the closed loop system and analyzing and interpreting the results; Laplace transform, transfer functions, stability, steady-state error analysis, root-locus technique, frequency response.
Technical Elective Courses
EE451 - Power System Analysis (3 + 0) 5
Basic concepts in power systems, current and voltage relations on a transmission line, the single-line diagram, per-unit quantities, impedance and reactance diagrams, the admittance model and network calculations, the impedance model and network calculations, power flow analysis, symmetrical faults, symmetrical components, unsymmetrical faults, pow
ENE316 - Reactor Design (3 + 0) 5
Definition of the rate of reaction, the general mole balance equation, batch and continuous flow reactors, conversion and reactor sizing, rate laws and stoichiometry, the reaction rate constant, the reaction order and the rate law, isothermal reactor design, pressure drop in reactors, collection and analysis of rate data, multiple reactions, maximi
ENE409 - Fossil Energy Resources (Oil, Gas and Coal) I (3 + 0) 5
Introduction to fossil energy, global sources of oil and natural gas, petroleum and oil sands, exploration and production, petroleum refining and environmental control and environmental effects, oil shale processing, chemistry and technology, developments in internal combustion engines, gas hydrates, ethics.
ENE411 - Electrochemistry (3 + 0) 5
General electrochemical concepts; introduction to electrochemistry; thermodynamics; electrode potentials; galvanic and electrolytic cells; the cell potential of an electrochemical cell; electrode kinetics; reversible reactions; irreversible reactions; dynamic electrochemistry; mass transport; migration; convection; diffusion layers; conductivity an
ENE415 - Energy Storage Technology (3 + 0) 5
Basic concepts and definitions, energy storage systems and types, chemical energy storage, batteries and battery types, thermal energy storage methods, thermal energy storage and solar energy, sensible thermal energy storage, latent thermal energy storage, phase change materials, stratification in sensible heat storage systems, modeling of latent h
ENE416 - Gas Hydrates (3 + 0) 5
Hydrate types and formers; hand calculation methods; computer methods; inhibiting hydration formation with chemicals; dehydration of natural gas; combatting hydrates using heat and pressure; physical properties of hydrates, phase diagrams; water content of natural gas, the most complete guide available on natural gas hydrates.
ENE430 - Energy Sytems in Buildings (3 + 0) 5
Building structure, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, the calculation of heat loss and insulation surfaces, water, fuel and electricity consumption in buildings, the national and international standards and regulations on energy efficiency in buildings