Description of Individual Course Units
 Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Type of Course Unit Year of Study Semester Number of ECTS Credits 9101045451998 Vibration Analysis Elective 1 1 8
Level of Course Unit
Second Cycle
Objectives of the Course
Vibration Analysis is aimed at graduate students of physics and engineering for an fundamental course on analytical and experimental methods of vibration types.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Assist.Prof.Dr.Teoman YILDIZ
Learning Outcomes
 1 Titreşim çeşitlerini ayırt edebilmek, inceleyebilmek ve değerlendirebilmek. 2 Titreşim uygulamaları için gerekli modern araçları kullanarak modern teknikleri ve yöntemleri uygulayabilmek. 3 Kaynak tarayabilmek, sunum yapabilmek ve sonuçları değerlendirebilmek. 4 Titreşimin temellerini anlayabilmek. 5 Titreşim devrelerinin fiziksel özelliklerini ortaya koyabilmek. 6 Temel matematik yöntemlerini kullanarak titreşim devrelerinin analitik incelemesini yapabilmek. 7 To be able to identify and analysis and evaluate of vibration types. 8 To be able to apply modern techniques and methods and to use modern tools which are neccessary for vibration applications. 9 To be able to review of literature, to be able to present and to be able to evaluate the results. 10 To be able to understand the basics of vibration. 11 To be able to present the physical properties of vibration circuits. 12 To be able to make the analytical analysis of vibration circuits by using the basic mathematical methods.
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
None
Course Contents
Types of vibration, Free vibration without damping, Free vibration with damping, Forced vibration with damping, Multiple degrees of freedom systems and mode shapes.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
 Week Theoretical Practice Laboratory 1 Types of vibration: Free vibration, Forced Vibration. 2 Types of vibration tests. Problem Solving and Evaluating. 3 Vibration analysis: Free vibration without damping. 4 Vibration analysis: Free vibration with damping. Problem Solving and Evaluating. 5 Damped and undamped natural frequencies. 6 Forced vibration with damping. Problem Solving and Evaluating. 7 Resonance. 8 Midterm 9 Applying "complex" forces to the mass–spring–damper model. Problem Solving and Evaluating. 10 Frequency response model. 11 Multiple degrees of freedom systems and mode shapes. Problem Solving and Evaluating. 12 Eigenvalue problem. 13 Illustration of a multiple DOF problem. Problem Solving and Evaluating. 14 Multiple DOF problem converted to a single DOF problem. 15 Modal Analysis. Problem Solving and Evaluating. 16 Final exam
Course Books: 1. Tongue, B., Principles of Vibration, Oxford University Pres, 2001 2.Thompson, W.T., Theory of Vibrations, Nelson Thornes Ltd, 1996 Helper Books: 1. Inman, D. J., Engineering Vibration, Prentice Hall, 2001 2. Rao, S., Mechanical Vibrations, Addison Wesley, 1990
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
 Term (or Year) Learning Activities Quantity Weight Midterm Examination 1 100 SUM 100 End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities Quantity Weight Final Sınavı 1 100 SUM 100 Term (or Year) Learning Activities 40 End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities 60 SUM 100
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
None