

Course Information
Course Unit Title 
: 
Enrji Conversion Systems 
Course Unit Code 
: 
01MAK5158 
Type of Course Unit 
: 
Optional 
Level of Course Unit

: 
Second Cycle 
Year of Study

: 
Preb 
Semester

: 
255.Semester 
Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

: 
6,00 
Name of Lecturer(s) 
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Course Assistants 
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Learning Outcomes of The Course Unit 
: 
1. Inyroduction to enegy prouction system 2. Having information of energy sources 3.Having information of Definition to Energy production types and process 4. Introduction to essential statutes and equations anad applications tis statutes and equations 5. Introduction to can pick out of differences of adjacents of energy production systems 6. Introduction to essential tools of using of energy production systems 7. Analyzing of energy production systems 8. Using a software of analysing of energy production systems 9. Having information of energy production and enery cost 10. Having information of relations of energy and enviorenment

Mode of Delivery 
: 
FaceToFace

Prerequisities and Corequisities Courses 
: 
Unavailable

Recommended Optional Programme Components 
: 
Unavailable

Course Contents 
: 
Energy sources and the general situation in the country, Energy Conversion Systems,Energy Production Systems , Basic Principles of Conversion,Fossil Origin Energy Resources, Poses and Thermal Power Plants, Thermal Energy Production Systems, Basic Thermodynamics Principles,Renewable Energy Resources, Solar energy and Principles of the Usage, Geothermal energy and principles of the energy production Wind energy and the basic principles of energy production, hydrogen energy and principles of the usage Wave energy, Nuclear Energy Magnetic Energy, Tidal Energy Energy Cost and the general situation of the countries, efficiency of the energy production The relationship between energy and the environment Planning for the future of energy production.

Languages of Instruction 
: 
Turkish

Course Goals 
: 
Introduction to energy sources , understanding of theory of energy production, idroduction of energy production system, definition of energy production and cost relate, undetstandig of energy production and envieronment interaction...

Course Aims 
: 
The energy crisis, Energy Consumption, Units of energy and power, Solar radiation, The first and second law of thermodynamics, the Carnot cycle, the steam engine and Rankine cycle, Entropy, Gas turbine and Combined cycles, Nuclear Energy Fission, fusion, solar energy, Water, Wind and Geothermal Power, Energy usage and the Economy

WorkPlacement 

Not Available


Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook

: 
Advanced Engineering Analysis
ASM handbook of Engineering Mathematics
Vector Calculus

Additional Resources

: 
Vector and Tensor Analysis
Introduction Matrix Analysis
The Theory of Matrix
Method of Applied Mathematics
Mathematical Physics
An introduction Heat transfer
Engineering Heat transfer
Introduction Fluid Mechanics
Vector Mechanics for Engineering
Engineering Mechanics
Static
Engineering Dynamics
Continuum Mechanics
Mechanical Metallurgy
Mathematical Theory and Elasticity
Basic Equations of Engineering Science
Thermodynamics for engineers
Engineering Thermodynamics
Introduction to thermodynamics
Fundamental of Classical Thermodynamics
Advanced Engineering Analysis
ASM handbook of Engineering Mathematics
Vector Calculus
Vector and Tensor Analysis
Introduction Matrix Analysis
The Theory of Matrix
Method of Applied Mathematics
Mathematical Physics
An introduction Heat transfer
Engineering Heat transfer
Introduction Fluid Mechanics
Vector Mechanics for Engineering
Engineering Mechanics
Static
Engineering Dynamics
Continuum Mechanics
Mechanical Metallurgy
Mathematical Theory and Elasticity
Basic Equations of Engineering Science
Thermodynamics for engineers
Engineering Thermodynamics
Introduction to thermodynamics
Fundamental of Classical Thermodynamics

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Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Lectures, Practical Courses, Presentation, Seminar, Project, Laboratory Applications (if necessary)


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Weekly Detailed Course Content
Week

Topics

1

Energy sources and the general situation in the country, Energy Conversion Systems



2

Energy Production Systems , Basic Principles of Conversion



3

Fossil Origin Energy Resources, Thermal Prosess and Thermal Power Plants,



4

Thermal Energy Production Systems



5

Basic Thermodynamics Principles



6

Hydraulic energy Generation Systems



7

Renewable Energy Resources, Solar energy and Principles of the Usage,



8

Geothermal energy and principles of the energy production



9

Wind energy and the basic principles of energy production, hydrogen energy and principles of the usage



10

Wave energy, Nuclear Energy



11

Magnetic Energy, Tidal Energy



12

Energy Cost and the general situation of the countries, efficiency of the energy production



13

The relationship between energy and the environment



14

Planning for the future of energy production.



























































































