# ANTALYA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

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1 CORE COURSES MATH Calculus I Trigonometric functions and their basic properties. Inverse trigonometric functions. Logarithmic and exponential functions. Limits and continuity of functions of a single variable. Differentiation. Function sketching. Applications of derivatives, optimization problems. Definite and indefinite (Riemann) integral, area under a curve. Fundamental theorem of calculus, techniques of integration, areas, surfaces, volumes. Improper integrals. Prerequisite : Two years of high school algebra, one year of high school geometry, precalculus math (or its equivalent). MATH Calculus II Sequences, series, convergence tests. Three dimensional coordinate system, vectors, dot and cross product, lines and conics. Vector functions and space curves. Derivatives and integrals of vector functions. Functions of several variables. Limits and continuity. Partial derivatives. Directional derivatives and the gradient vector, finding and classifying local and global extreme values, Lagrange multipliers method. Double integrals, Triple integrals and their applications. Vector fields. Green's and Stokes' Theorem. Curl and divergence. Surface integral. Divergence theorem. Prerequisite : MATH 101 PHYS Physics I This course aims to introduce fundamental concepts in Newtonian Mechanics including dynamics, kinematics, momentum, energy and rotational motion. PHYS 101 is a firstsemester freshman physics class in Newtonian Mechanics. It is expected that students have already mastered algebra and basic trigonometry at the high school level. The first term calculus course should be taken in parallel (MATH 101). PHYS Physics II This course aims to introduce fundamental concepts in electromagnetism and basic electric circuits including electric field, electric potential, capacitance, resistance, direct and alternating current circuits, magnetic fields & forces, and electromagnetic waves. PHYS 102 is a second-semester freshman physics class that follows up and builds upon PHYS 101. Prerequisite : MATH 101 and PHYS 101 Corequisite: MATH 102 1

2 CS Introduction to Programming I (Python) This course introduces the fundamental concepts of computer programming using Python. This course covers basic programming concepts such as variables, data types, iteration, functions, lists, dictionaries, file I/O etc. No programming background is required. ECTS : 7 SCI Natural Sciences I Course covers a basic overview of chemistry and the applications of chemistry within each engineering discipline. Chemistry is the study and understanding of matter and energy; both of these topics are important for a strong education in any field of engineering. Basic topics include the periodic table of the elements, matter, the components of an atom, atomic bonds, ions, molecular structures, acids and bases, solutions, thermodynamics, chemical reactions, chemical equilibriums, and electrochemistry. Credit(s) : 2 ECTS : 3 SCI Natural Sciences II Course covers a basic overview of the molecular biology of the cell and the cutting-edge applications of biology within each engineering discipline. Basic biology topics include genetics, energy production, proteins and enzymes, organelles of the cell, the central dogma of molecular biology, and basic disease overviews (among others). Biological applications in engineering topics include highway design, computer games driving biological innovation, streamlining of the healthcare industry, prosthetic limb technology, nanobot technology in cancer research, organic LED and organic solar panel development (among others). Credit(s) : 2 ECTS : 3 CIVE Engineering Drawing General technical drawing information. Drawing 2D and 3D shapes. Understanding the standard and alternative views. Learning to use AutoCAD (a computer aided drawing software). Assembly products. Form molds from parts. Learn how to use blocks, create sections of objects. ECTS : 7 MATH 201 Linear Algebra Basic concepts of linear algebra. Solutions of systems of linear equations; vectors and matrices; subspaces, linear independence, and bases; determinants; eigenvalues and eigenvectors; other topics and applications as time permits. Prerequisite : MATH 102 MATH Differential Equations 2

3 Solution of ordinary linear differential equations using theorems and methodology of linear algebra. General theory of linear differential equations, equation with constant coefficients, the Laplace transform, Power series solutions, Bessel's equation, boundary-value problems. Fourier series. Prerequisite : Math 201 IE Probability and Statistics for Engineering This course covers the role of statistics in engineering, probability, discrete random variables and probability distributions, continuous random variables and probability distributions, joint probability distributions, random sampling and data description, point estimation of parameters, statistical intervals for a single sample, and tests of hypotheses for a single sample. CIVE Civil Engineering Case Studies Selected realized or on-going civil engineering projects around the world will be studied and discussed through presentations and video lectures. These case study project selections will be made such as to cover as many sub fields of civil engineering including structural, geotechnical, transportation and hyrdaulics engineering. Technical site visits will be planned to on-going local civil engineering projects. The students will be asked to prepare written reports on the case studies that are covered in the course. CIVE Materials Science Materials and properties. Atomic bonding and arrangement. Structural imperfections. Atom movements. Elastic and viscoelastic deformation of materials. Phase diagrams. Metals, ceramics, polymers. Mechanical properties and failure. Modification of properties of materials through changes in structure. Composites. Corrosion and degradation of materials. Laboratory. CIVE Statics Statics of Particles, Rigid Bodies, Equivalent Systems of Forces, Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies, Centroids and Centers of Gravity, Analysis of Structures, Forces in Beams and Cables, Friction, Moments of Inertia, Method of Virtual Work. ECTS : 7 CIVE Environmental Engineering This course focuses on the fundamentals of water quality engineering and water resources, water and wastewater treatment, solid and hazardous and radioactive waste management, air 3

4 pollution, environmental regulation and environmental ethics. This course also deals with the ways of managing and treating construction and demolition wastes. CIVE Construction Materials The purpose of this course is to understand the materials engineering concepts; learn the properties and use of steel and aluminium in construction industry; learn and understand the properties of aggregates and their importance in concrete. Investigate the testing methods and properties of fresh and hardened concrete; understand the concept of proportioning of concrete mixtures and concrete mix design. Prerequisite: CIVE 211 CIVE Strength of Materials I Concepts of stress and deformation. Uniaxial tension test. Temperature effects in bars. Torsion of circular shafts. Simple bending of beams and beam deflections due to bending. Shear stresses in beams. Prerequisite: CIVE 241 ECTS : 7 CIVE Industrial Training I This course must follow the summer internship on a construction site or field. Every second year Civil Engineering student is obliged to complete on site internship in a professional company which precedes a construction site. Basic principles of recording internship information, writing internship final report. Reporting the objectives of the internship and brief information and explanations about the project on site where the internship took place. Credit(s) : 1 ECTS : 2 CIVE Fluid Mechanics Fundamental principles of fluid mechanics and their application to engineering problems. Fluid statics. Kinematics of fluid flow: continuity equation, stream function, irrotational flow velocity potential. Fluid dynamics: flow of viscous fluids. Newtonian fluids, simple laminar flow systems, turbulence, flow in pipes. Selected topics from compressible flow, open channel flow, boundary layer theory. CIVE Earth Sciences Origin of the earth; formation, distribution and properties of minerals and rocks. Processes of alteration; weathering, sedimentation, metamorphism. Geological structures. Use of geological maps. Engineering geology. 4

5 CIVE Structural Analysis I Idealization of structures and loads (including support types in 2D and 3D), modeling using free-body diagrams, determinacy, indeterminacy, and kinematic stability of structures, analysis methods, determinate structures, internal actions, trusses (computation of internal actions, equilibrium, method of joints, method of sections), beams and frames (moment, shear and axial force diagrams), displacements, analytical, geometric methods (moment-area theorem), energy methods. CIVE Strength of Materials II Plastic stresses and strains due to axial and shear loading and bending and torsional moments. Transformations of stress and strain, multidimensional stress-strain relations. Stresses due to combined loading. Failure criteria. Deflection of beams. Elastic stability. Prerequisite: CIVE 242 CIVE Steel Structures Introduction to steel structures, material properties of steel, allowable stress design approach, ultimate limit state design approach, Introduction to Eurocode 3. Design of connections, tension members, compression members, flexural members, design of steel frames and trusses. CIVE Hydraulic Engineering I A quantitative introduction to the principles of hydrology, hydraulics and water resources planning for design and analysis of systems concerned with the use and control of water, storage, water transmission; design of open channels and pressure conduits. Ground water engineering, economical analysis of water resources projects. Prerequisite: CIVE 321 CIVE Soil Mechanics Physical properties of soils, soil classification, soil structure, moisture effects; compressibility and consolidation; stress, deformation, and strength characteristics; stress distribution and analysis; lateral earth pressures; slope stability. Basic laboratory experiments and solution of selected problems. 5

6 CIVE Soil Mechanics Laboratory Basic laboratory experiments: Specific gravity, Atterberg Limits, grain size distribution, compaction, permeability, consolidation, unconfined compressive strength, CBR, direct shear and triaxial compression tests. Application of principles treated in CIVE 332. Corequisite: CIVE 332 CIVE Reinforced Concrete I Mechanical properties of structural concrete. Behavior of reinforced concrete elements under different natural and physical conditions and under normal force, shear, moment and torsion. Ultimate design of reinforced concrete beams, floor systems and columns. Introduction to Turkish Standard Reinforced Concrete Design and the codes related of the American Concrete Institute for reinforced concrete buildings. Prerequisite: CIVE 341 CIVE Transportation Engineering Principles of the design of transportation facilities with emphasis on highways and airports. Planning, geometric design, drainage, pavement design, air photogrammetry and mapping, geophysical subsurface explorations, sampling of materials and testing and roadway construction. CIVE Industrial Training II Every fourth year Civil Engineering student is obliged to complete an office internship in a professional company doing civil engineering applications. Observations from the practice must be documented and presented in the form of a clear and concise technical report. Basic principles of recording internship information, writing internship final report. Reporting the objectives of the office internship and brief information and explanations about the office projects and works. Credit(s) : 1 ECTS : 2 CIVE Senior Project To integrate the Civil Engineering disciplines; to extend knowledge, through project work, in engineering principles, planning and design; to develop skills in team work, resource investigation, communications and management. 6

7 AREA ELECTIVE COURSES CIVE Surveying Four weeks of field work. Practice in the use of measuring tapes, transits, levels and plane tables, topographic map generation of an area using the stadia and the plane table method; triangulation, precise leveling and astronomical observations. CIVE Structural Analysis II Methods for the analysis of statically indeterminate structures such as Force Method, Cross Method, Slope Deflection, Moment Distribution & Stiffness Method. CIVE Intelligent Transportation Systems The backround of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), the relationship of ITS to other areas of transportation, the current implementations of ITS, analysis of sample deployments, the practical issues and implications of ITS. CIVE Hydraulic Engineering II Irrigation and drainage, water supply network design, reservoirs. Hydraulic machinery: pumpturbines. River control, problem of excess drainage, erosion and sediment transport, flood control, operation and maintenance of water resources systems. CIVE Contaminated Land The aim of this course is to provide an in-depth and clear definition of contaminated land and waste contaminants. It gives an introduction to the risk-based approach to contaminated land assigned by different legislation. Characterisation of waste, contaminant sources and assessment are covered next. This is followed by a review of traditional and innovative remediation techniques of contaminated sites including both in-situ and ex-situ remediation approaches. Type of contaminants with an introduction to inorganic and organic contaminants, their analysis and a demonstration of contaminants analysis in soils and water are also covered. The course is then presents a cost benefit analysis and develops an understanding of decision support tools for contaminated land management. CIVE Foundation Engineering Application of soil mechanics and other related techniques to design of foundations. Methods of site and soil exploration; bearing capacity and settlements; shallow and deep foundations; bracing and retaining structures. Case studies. 7

8 CIVE Reinforced Concrete II Analysis and design of reinforced concrete deep beams, shells and folded plate members, substructures, retaining walls, chimneys, tanks, silos and bridges. Principles of prestressed concrete: Creep, shrinkage and temparature effects. Special provisions for aseismic design of reinforced concrete elements. Precast concrete. CIVE Aseismic Design of Structures Review of aseismic design codes; alternate philosophies in earthquake design principles; concept of ductile design principles and regulations in reinforced concrete, steel and prefabricated structures; Introduction to active and passive control in structures against seismicity. CIVE Road Safety Engineering The global and national importance of the road safety problem. Accident studies. Role of human, vehicle and road factors in road safety. Operation, control and management of highway and street networks for safety. Safety improvement programs. Relationship among highway design elements and safety. Safety evaluation methods for countermeasures. Evaluation of effectiveness and the benefit/cost of improvement programs. CIVE Computer Aided Structural Design An introduction to the use of commercial software programs used in practice for the design and analysis of various civil engineering systems. CIVE Construction Management The main purpose of this course is to expose engineering students to managerial concepts and techniques used in the real world by Technical Managers, Project Directors, and other technically oriented management personnel. To do in-depth analysis of some case studies pertaining to engineering management functions. CIVE Construction Site Management This course aims to give the keys of management a construction site and reliable information to run a project efficiently; collecting of basic knowledge and skills in this branches: Participant of Building-up, Preparing, before-preparing, operating preparing, Time planning, Building Technologies, Building site outfit. 8

9 CIVE Engineering Ethics This course is designed to introduce moral rights and responsibilities of engineers in relation to society, employers, colleagues and clients. Analysis of ethical and value conflict in modern engineering practice. The students will study code of ethics, legal procedure in the practice of civil engineering and cost-benefit-risk analysis and safety and occupational hazard considerations. IE Engineering Economics The purpose of this course is to supplement engineering student s technical training with the knowledge and capability to perform financial analysis especially in the area of capital investment. The objectives of this course are to use engineering economy factors and different methods for the evaluation of alternatives, to carry out sensitivity analysis, to integrate the effects of inflation, depreciation and/or tax into an economic analysis whenever necessary, to use computer software for engineering economy analysis. Subjects covered are: The fundamental concepts of engineering economy; how to use engineering economy factors to account for the time value of money; service, revenue, mutually exclusive and independent alternatives; how to consider inflation in an engineering economy analysis; depreciation and after tax economic analysis. BIO 301 Advanced Biology Engineering is the application of scientific principles, and it is therefore important for engineers to know how to access modern progress in science and engineering beyond the textbook. Advanced biology will focus on the importance of learning how to read and assess cutting-edge primary scientific literature and how to present newfound scientific knowledge. We will develop critical reading and thinking skills, as well as learn how to discuss scientific and engineering advancements, all while focusing on the current developments in the area of biological applications in engineering. Prerequisite: SCI 102 9

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