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Tepekent - Büyükçekmece
Kemalpaşa Mahallesi Halkalı Caddesi No:101 34295Sefaköy - KüçükçekmeceIstanbul-Turkey
Merkez Efendi MahallesiEski Londra Asfaltı Cd. No 1/3, 34010 Cevizlibağ - Zeytinburnuİstanbul-Türkiye
T.C. Istanbul ArelUniversity
Department of Civil EngineeringCourse Content
6MMFTBA009 - Chemistry
Matter-its properties and measurements. Atoms and the atomic theory. The periodic table and some atomic properties.Chemical bonding. Chemical compounds. Chemical reactions. Gases and gas theories. Thermochemistry. Chemical Kinetics.
6INMMAU105 - Engineering Drawing
Introduction to the engineering drawing and its importance, drawing tools and materials, line and writing and their types, geometrical drawings, scales, projections, plan section and perspectives computer aided drawings, applications
6ING103 - English-I
English speaking, writing, listening and speaking practices and grammar knowledge.
6INMMAU101 - Introduction To Civil Engineering
This course includes the basic concepts of enginnering, problem solving techniques, communication skills, interaction among the enginnering disciplines, national and international unit systems and subjects of basic engineering areas.
6INMMAU103 - Linear Algebra
Matrix algebra, system of linear equations, vector spaces, linear mapping, inner product space, and orthogonality, determinants, diagonalization, eigenvector, eigenvalue.
6MMFTBA005 - Mathematics-I
Funtions and their properties, limit rules, infinitive limits, contiunity, definiton of the differentials and rules, L'Hospital rule, applications of the differentials, graphs and their drawings, undefinite integral.
6MMFTBA007 - Physics-I
Vectors and the other quantities. One, two and three dimensional kinematics. Applications of the Newtonian mechanics, work-power and energy, momentum, rotating body dynamics, equilubrium and elasticity.
6UYDTDL101 - Turkish Language-I
World languages, historical periods of Turkish, phonetical and structural features of Turkish.
6MMFTBA004 - Algorithms and Programming
Concept of the algorithm. Flow diagrams. Programming and programming language. Structural programming. Arrays. Ordering and searching algorithms in rhe arrays. Multi dimensional arrays(matrices). Files and their basic concepts. The concept of format andinput-output formatting. Subprogramming(subroutines).
6INMMAU207 - Engineering Geology
The subject of description of geology, Categories of geology, Layered internal structure of the Earth, Isostasy, Substances that make up the earth's crust, Importance of rocks in engineering geology, Methods to determine the geological age of the rocks, External dynamic geology and outer-based events, Tectonical deformations of rocks, Earthquakes, Mass movements and avalanches, Fundamental information on engineering geology, Dam geology, Tunnel geology, Maps.
6ING104 - English-II
The development of English grammar, speaking, writing, listening and reading competencies.
6MMFTBA006 - Mathematics-II
The Riemann Integral, applications of integral, area, lentgh of the curve, areas of surface of revolution and volume of surface, polar coordinates, complex numbers, sequence and series, infinite series, power series, absolute and conditional convergence, Taylor's series and Maclaurin series with applications.
6MMFTBA008 - Physics-II
Electric charges and electric field, Gauss's law, electric potential, capacitance and dielectrics, current, resistance, and emf, direct current circuits, magnetic field, sources of magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, alternating current and electromagnetic waves.
6INMMAU104 - Static
Introduction, general principles, vectors, equilibrium of a particle in the plane, balance of forces, equilibrium of a rigid body in the plane, equilibrium of a rigid body in the plane, structural analysis (structural systems in the plane), structural analysis friction, center of gravity, moment of inertia, virtual work method
6UYDTDL102 - Turkish Language-II
Word groups, structure of sentences, sentence types, expression mistakes.
6INMMAU309 - Building Information
Buildings, descriptions, functions, classifications, surfaces, descriptions, classifications, isolation of foundations, walls, stone walls, brick walls, retaining structures, windows, windowsill, doors, arcs, lintels, floors, masonry floors, steel profiled floors, concrete filled floors, cork floors, stairs, steps, story heights, stairs halls, stoops, stairs slots, railings and handrails, roofs and roof systems, wooden structures, wood floors, steel structures, steel joints, welding productions, girders, lintels, earthquake effects and dilatation joints and jointing equipment.
6MMHTBA202 - Differential Equations
First Order Differential Equations: Separable Equations, Exact Differential Equations, Linear Differential Equations, Bernoulli Differential Equations and Riccati Differential Equations, Special Integrating Factors and Transformations, Initial value and boundary value problems Orthogonal Trajectories, Rate Problems; Linear Differential Equations: The Homogeneous Linear Equation with Constant Coefficients, The Method of Undetermined Coefficients, Variation of Parameters Series Solutions of Linear Differential Equations: Power Series Solutions About an Ordinary Point, Solutions About Singular Points; the Method of Frobenius; Systems of Linear Differential Equations; The Laplace Transform: Definition and Basic Properties of the Laplace Transform, The Inverse Transform and the Convolution.
6INMMAU209 - Dynamic
Introduction, kinematics of particle, kinetics of particle-force, mass and acceleration, Kinetics of particle-work and energy, Kinetics of particle-impulse and momentum, vibration
6IOYT01 - English Reading and Writing Techniques
Vocabulary teaching, reading and writing lessons, listening and speaking studies.
6INMMAU205 - Statistics
The role of probability and statistics in engineering, basic concepts about probability and statistics theory, random variables and analytic models about random events, functions about random variabled, regression and correlation.
6INMMAU211 - Strength of Materials-I
Stress, strain, mechanical properties of materials, axial load, torsion, bending, shear force, general summary and problem solutions
6INMMAU206 - Topography
Measuring units, concept of scale, measurement faults, measuring lengths, topographical equipment, horizontal and vertical angle measuring methods, polygonation, open and closed poligons, basic assignments, coordinate systems, poligon coordinate calculations, elevation measurements, leveling and karnet calculations, longitudinal and cross sections, surface leveling, tachymeter, properties of leveling curves, map drawing, area and volume calculations, applications, measuring points, equipment hardware, measurement and assessments.
6INMMAU216 - Building Materials
Atomic structure of materials, atomic link, relations between links and material features, crystal systems, crystal types, crystal geometry, crystallographic alignments and surfaces, amorph structures, solid melts, atomic diffusions, crystal structure faults, physical, mechanical and heat features of materials, forming, ductility, wearing, breaking, physical features, unit weight, impermeability, water absorption, classification of building materials, calcium-based binders, gypsum, lime and cement, Portland cement hydration, experiments carried out on cement, cement types produced in Turkey, classification of aggregates, harmful substances in the aggregate, physical and mechanical features of aggregates, aggregate granulometrics, features of fresh concrete, workability, decomposition, water bleeding and uniformity, tests on fresh concrete, mixing water, chemical additives in concrete, mineral additives, hardened concrete properties, factors affecting the strength of concrete, creep in concrete, shrinkage of concrete, durability of hardened concrete, concrete mix designs, special concretes.
6UYDCKI001 - Environmental Protection, Occupational Health and Safety
This course covers the topics such as preventing the deterioration and destruction of the environmental values and ecological balance, repairing the existing distortions, basic information to prevent environmental pollution, historical development and importance of work safety, general view of work safety in our country and occupational health and safety legislation, rules of work safety, sources of hazards, determination of hazards, risk assessment, control of risks, occupational diseases, occupational accidents, physical, chemical, biological, and psychological factors in terms of the effects on worker's health.
6INMMAU204 - Fluid Mechanics
Physical features of fluids, statics of fluids, kynematics of fluids, main equations of one-dimensional flows, one-dimensional flows of ideal fluids, two-dimensional flows of real fluids, two-dimensional flows of real and ideal fluids, dimension analysis.
6MING02 - Professional English
Reading, writing, listening and speaking activities with a special focus on the professional needs of the learners.
6UYDMSE001 - Professional Liability and Ethics
The course includes the definition, purpose, and principles of ethics , its relation to law, evaluation of the concepts of profession, institution and social responsibility, reasons for professional corruption and unethical behavior in professional life, their results and solutions.
6INMMAU212 - Strength-II
Shear Force, Compound Loading, Stress Transform, Shaping Transform, Design of Beams, Shafts, Buckling, Energy Methods in Beams
6INMMAU305 - Structural Statics-I
Introduction, General information; Roads and assumptions in structural engineering, Structural systems. Classification, idealization and modeling of structural systems, calculation of bearing reactions, calculation of cross section forces. Isostatic, hyperstatic and volatile systems. Simple frames, Gerber beams, Three hinged systems, Three-hinged straps and frames, Lattice systems. Calculation based on moving loads; Influence lines, calculation of the same isostatic systems according to moving loads. Calculation of deformations and displacements in isostatic systems.
6INMMAU306 - Building Structure-II
Calculation of deformations and displacements in isostatic systems. Calculation of hyperstatic systems by force method. Displacement calculation in hyperstatic systems. Calculation of continuous beams with three moment equations. Influence lines and improper loads in hyperstatic systems. Computation of hyperstatic systems with Cross (Moment dispersion) and Angle methods.
6INMMAU311 - Ground Mechanics
Pyhsical and index features of soils, classifications, compaction, hydraulic features, capilarity, permeability, freeze affects, stress-deformation correlation in soils, stress distribution, consolidation, shear resistance earth pressure
6INMMAU313 - Hydraulic
Dimensional analysis and pi theorem, model analogy, pressured flows, continous and local load loss, solve of pipe systems,multi reservoired pipe networks, free surface flows, cross-section dimensionality, optimum cross-section in terms of hydraulics, current and gradational movements, specific energy, cursory bounce, changes of water surface at gradational variable movements, computes of water surface at gradational variable movements, channel controls, oriphis and weirs
6INMMAS055 - Proffesional Elective-I
Introduction to hydrology, rainfall, evaporation, percolation, groundwater, hydraulics of the wells, measurement and analysis of flow, surface water flow, hydrograph analysis.
Introduction, method of treatment, accumulation, ventilation, flocculation, filtration, disinfection, odor and taste control, iron and manganese removal, aggressive features of water and its stabilization.
Prefabricated structural systems; materials; loads; prefabricated members; prefabricated joints; lateral stiffness of prefabricated structures; frame systems; static and dynamic analyses;stability of prefabricated structures.
Temel Finans Matematiği uzmanlığı konuları, temel finans matematiği ve ilgili vergi mevzuatından oluşur.
The definition of construction, classification of structures, history of structures and structures, foundation grounds, application of floor plan to floor, excavation and support works, foundation, concrete, concrete, concrete system elements, molds, walls, stairs, installation, system design
6UYDKGS001 - Quality Assurance and Quality Management Systems
This course comprises the issues related to quality management concept and principles, the various tools available to achieve quality management systems successfully, statistical approach for quality control, ISO and QS certification process.
6INMMAU310 - Transportation Engineering
Transportation systems, route researches, plans and economic analysis, design of highways, design of railways, earth works, roadside design, vertical curve problems, mass diagrams, drainage and drainage structures, highway materials.
6INMMAS056 - Vocational Area Elective-II
Porous Media / Space Structure / hollow geometrical properties of the media / Fluid / Fluid Type / hollow Environment with Water and Vapor Movement / Structure Affecting Water / Insulation Types / Rigid Insulation / Layered Insulation, Insulation for pressurized water / Highest Water Level and Structure Affecting the pressure value Calculation / Determination of Thickness of materials / Insulation Layer Place / pressurized water resistant insulation / Surface Waters and creepage insulation / Insulation System Damage Assessment and Correction
History of Structural Engineering. Classification of structural systems. Principles of structural system design. Loads. National and International Regulations. Frame systems. Frame-curtain systems. Carrier system selection. Irregularities in building carrier systems. Belts. Plaques. Folded plates. Grid systems. High structures. Shells. Glued wooden structures. Cable systems. Cable systems. Space lattice systems.
Basic Financial Mathematics subjects are composed by expertising in real estate valuation, real estate valuation principles, legislation and professional codes of ethics, construction and real estate accounting and basic financial mathematics and the relevant tax legislation
Introduction to Coastal Engineering, Basic Concepts of Coastal Engineering, Basic Equations of Wave Motion, Wind Waves, Coastal Protection Constitution.
Introduction - Structure, Damage and Importance of Structural Security, Project Errors, Environmental Impact Classes and Structure Effects, Concrete Cavity Structure, Concrete Permeability, Concrete Cracks, Shrinkage and Effects, Concrete Cracks and Corrosion, Earthquake Damage in Buildings, Effect of Sea Water on Coastal Structures, Steel Corrosion of Reinforcement, Fire Damage in Reinforced Concrete Structures, Earthquake Damage in Reinforced Concrete Structures, Masonry Damage
6INMYGS050 - Elective Competencies
Whether it is neoliberal capitalism imposed by globalization, a totalitarian regime, or a conservative political understanding that the religious and moral discourses of fundamentalists are evident, the 'woman' is the object of all these politics. Examining the conditions leading to this situation, examining the causes of this situation, producing solutions, experiencing and experiencing experiences constitute the content of this course.
This course includes the history of social movements, the process of emergence, theories of social movements, the development of new social movements, the types of new social movements, the representation of new social movements in the media and new social movements.
It is aimed to provide the theoretical accumulation of the concept of 'modernity' in terms of the history of philosophical theory and philosophy in general, to examine and evaluate the relation between communication and society, to evaluate and analyze the effects of mass communication process and present media on social life. The theoretical approaches to the content of the media as well as the control and ownership of the modern media will be examined within the framework of recent discussions on globalization and new communication technologies.
This derste translation examples of terminology learning related to business English, words and phrases used in the business world, business letters, commercial correspondence and deed, deed, passport etc. are provided
Contemporary theories and approaches about thinking towards induction and deduction methods, ways of critical assessment, ways of critical evaluation, the relationships between creativeness and innovation, the application of innovation and using innovation as a core competence for entrepreneurship are taught in this class.
Strategic management, strategic planning, planning process, risk management, project design and management are some of the topics that will be discussed during the course.
This course comprises fundamentals of social responsibility and basic information on the topics of social work of individuals, groups and businesses.
6INMMAU303 - Engineering Economy
Economical analysis, cash flow, time and interest rate affects on the money and physical assets, alternative evaluation methods, current value, future value, annual constant rate, return and benefit/cost rates, amortization and tax, inflation affect in engineering and managerial decision making.
6INMMAU308 - Foundation Engineering
Soil analysis, office and field works, drilling and sampling methods,
field tests, ground (singular, strip and raft) foundations and their designs, designs of deep
and pile foundations under vertical loads effects, soil improvement methods.
6INMMAU302 - Reinforced Concrete-I
Concrete structure types, loads and frequency curves, concrete and mixture rates, mechanical features of concrete, as factors, water, cement, conservation conditions, concrete age, ductility, wearing, quality control of concrete and steel, strain and tension stresses of concrete, mechanical feature experiments of concrete, properties and experiments of reinforced steel-concrete, fittings of beams based on allowable stress calculation method, moment of inertia, gravity center and area moment calculation, calculation of reinforced concrete beams under simple bending according to the method of bearing capacity, calculation as single or double composition of fittings of rectangular beams, beam calculations for t-cross-section, circle cross-section and different cross-section, adherence and fitting attachment of reinforced concrete elements, bending beams with shear, impact and shear fittings calculation, in case of axial load shear fittings, calculation of high beams and projecting, short consoles, calculation of short consoles according to axial forces, span more than one floor frame design (account and the composition of fittings)
6INMMAU304 - Steel Structures
Steel structure systems, places of use, steel structure material types, mechanical features of steel material, structural design approaches and loads onto structures, tension forced elements, strain forced elements, bending forced elements, axial forced and bending forced elements, bolts, pins, welds, static and dynamic load calculations, preventing methods of steel structures from external effects such as corrosion, and fire, etc.
6INMMAS057 - Vocational Area Elective-III
6INMMAU405 - Water Supply and Disposal of Wastewater
Water supply and discharge systems of used water, water and potable water quantity, flow characteristics, collection, supplying, accumulation and distribution of surface and groundwater, flows in channels and special structures of channel network, calculation of channel systems
6INMMAU402 - Construction Management
Time management, cost management, quality management, site planning, site organization, CPM techniques, PERT methods, software for the project planning, risk management in construction projects.
6UYDATA101 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Reforms-I
In this course, ideas and principles during the birth and development of modern Turkey are discussed.
6INMMAU401 - Reinforced Concrete-II
Characteristics of floor and foundation systems in reinforced concrete buildings and calculation of these elements with examples. Calculation of earthquake forces in reinforced concrete buildings. Control of compliance of the earthquake calculation of buildings with the provisions of the regulation.
6INMMAS058 - Vocational Area Elective-IV
Students will undertake a selected civil engineering project under the supervision of the consultant , consultant, starting from the design stage and including all stages including the ground survey. A report containing all stages will be presented.
Design of water intake structures, Fixed coupling design, Movable coupling design, Downfall bed, Energy crusher structures,, Hydrograph of river transits, Bridge and grille hydrograph
Introduction of economic comparison, preparation of approximate cubic table, economic comparison and appropriate choice of the route, precise axis, distribution of project prices, selection of project standards, zero line work, delay research, temporary plan and cross section, vertical prime calculations, superstructure calculus and type cross- calculation of clotoid and dever details, preparation of precise plan and definite height section, drawing of cross diagrams, drawing of cross sections and area calculations, preparation of cubic tables, reporting of project
Introduction to Project Management, General Information about Project Management Knowledge Areas, Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, Project Time Management, Project Cost Management, Project Quality Management, Project Human Resources Management, Project Communication Management, Project Risk Management, Project Procurement Management, Cost Time and Cost Optimization, Probability Based and Deterministic Networks, Computer Applications (Primavera, Msproject), Time and Cost Planning, Time-Dependent Project Planning, Planning Methods, Gantt and Bar Diagrams, Networks, (CPM and PERT) ), Solution of problems that can be touched in practice.
Design criteria of reinforced concrete retaining structures, Reinforced Concrete Design of retaining structures, Determination of general stability in retaining structures, Supporting structures, Loads to supporting structures, Reinforced concrete design of anchorage walls
Classification and design criteria of marine structures, Introduction to design based on performance, Design of enclosed type quay structures, Design of block type, L type and Keson type quay structures. Design of open-type waterfronts, Design of open-ended waterfronts, Coastal protection construction, Structural and non-structural solutions and design criteria, Design of stone paddle breakwater, Design of vertical surface breakwater, Classification and design criteria of pile structures, Design of submarine pipelines, Reinforcement corrosion damage and underwater concrete in structures, Design examples and environmental impact assessment
Static calculation of a steel structure according to constant load, snow and wind loads; making cross section and joint calculations; the stability of the structure and the necessary details to draw.
Slab design, preliminary design of beams and columns, static analysis under vertical loads, analysis under earthquake load, superposition of the internal forces, design of the beams, design of the columns, design of the footings, drawings: floor plans, footings plans, column detailing, beam detailing, footing detailing.
6INMMAU407 - Water Resources
Stream morphology, Solid matter movements in rivers, Falling structures, Fixed Connections, Movable Connections, Dams, Dam types, Dam reservoirs, Energy breaker structures, Stream regulation, Flood control structures
6INMISY001 - Work Placement
Practice in the field of civil engineering.
6INMYGS051 - Competence Elective-II
Knowledge, being, morality, philosophy of politics and art.
The main problems of philosophy of philosophy, philosophy of language and philosophy of science which constitute the main fields of philosophy and closely related to psychology constitute the content of this course.
The content of the course is the relationship between individual and society, society, social behavior and social relations, the relationship between sociology and other social sciences, culture, gender and media relations.
This course examines the aesthetics of independent cinema, history and culture by making a special emphasis on changing practices in the digital age. It investigates the contemporary trends of independent cinema to solve the complexity between fiction and non-fiction.
Human rights concept, qualifications, historical development and classification, human rights procedural law (protection of human rights).
This derste will first try to make a definition of the concept of civilization and to give the concept adventure of development. The relationship between the concepts of culture and civilization will be discussed. It is to be emphasized that one civilization or more than one, each of which should be mentioned more than one civilization, equal to one another. On civilization and world civilizations Herder, Braudel, Toynbee, Martin Bernal, Marshall Hodgson et al. thinkers' approaches to the subject will be evaluated. In the course of the lesson, ancient Egypt, ancient Greek, Chinese, Indian, Islamic, European / Western / Christian et al. the development of civilizations, their relations, their structure and characteristics.
It covers the processes of listening, reading, speaking and writing with the knowledge of vocabulary and language in the german context
From the beginning of the Ancient Greek philosophy to the 19th century, chronological selections from important writers on the history of political thought and the relevant part of the course book are read and independent debates are held in each chapter.
6INMMAU498 - Graduation Project
Problem definition, literature survey, conducted tests, calculations and analysis results, discussions in the concept of the graduation project subject that is chosen from the main civil engineering fields.
6UYDISH001 - Labor Law
The course includes; the individual labour contract (categories, the legal capacity to conclude a labour contract, form and content of the contract), the ending of the individual employment contract (termination and breaking), severance pay, the rights and duties of the employer, holidays, indemnity, social risks, aid and maintenance issues.
6UYDATA102 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Reforms-II
Political reforms, legal reforms, educational and cultural reforms, economic reforms, social reforms, Atatürk’s principles, Atatürk’s foreign policy, Turkey in the World War II, Turkey between 1950- 1960.
6INMMAS059 - Proffesional Elective-V
6INMMAS060 - Vocational Area Elective-VI
Newton laws, Single degree of freedom systems, Analysis of undamped free vibration of SDOF, Analysis of damped free vibration of single SDOF, Earthquake response of linear SDOF systems, Equivalent lateral load and response spectrum analysis, Multi degree of freedom systems, Analysis of undamped free vibration of MDOF, Analysis of damped free vibration of MDOF, Earthquake response of linear MDOF systems,Modal Analysis
Classification of the load-bearing systems, fundamentals of matrix displacement method, matrix formulation of the equations of equilibrium, stiffness and kinematic, structural modelling, coupled shear walls, beams and plates laying on elastic soils.
Definition and classification of the tunnels, Static and dynamics effects onto tunnels, Dimensioning of the tunnels, Construction methods of the tunnels, Ventilation and lighting of the tunnels, Maintenance of the tunnels.
General overview of the computer software used in the analysis of the engineering structures, the selection of appropriate software among those validated in the literature and presentation of their use via practices.
Determination of Water Requirement, Soil-Water Relationships, Water Quality, Water Distribution Methods, Irrigation Structures and Design, Determination of Drainage Flow, Surface and Underground Water Drainage Systems and Design, Economic Analysis of Drainage and Irrigation Systems
Real estate valuation expertise consists of real estate appraisal principles, professional and ethical rules, construction and real estate accounting, basic finance mathematics and related tax legislation.
Geotechnical evaluation of construction sites, Surface and deep foundations, Special basic engineering problems, Deep excavations, Soil improvement methods, Accessory floor, Storage of solid wastes and clay coatings, Ground problems in earthquake engineering
General information about special reinforced concrete engineering structures. Analysis and design of deep beams, silos, shear walls, depots and retaining walls.
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