|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Climatization Techniques in Textile *||TMS 451||7||2||2||3|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Prof. Dr. Ramazan Tuğrul OĞULATA|
This course aims to teach the basic concepts and laws of thermodynamics, evaluate ways to benefit from them in engineering applications and providing the substructure for heat, energy and air-conditioning studies necessary, especially in textile production.
Basic concepts. SI units. 0-Law of Thermodynamics. Temperature. Energy. Work. Enthalpy. Specific heat. Pure substance and pressure. Specific Volume-Temperature Relations. First Law of Thermodynamics. Open and Close Systems. Second Law of Thermodynamics. Efficiency of Thermic Machine. Entropy.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Has sufficient background in the fields of Mathematics, Science and Textile Engineering
Uses the knowledge obtained from the basic sciences and engineering in the field of textile engineering
Does process analysis, Identifies problems, interprets and evaluates data in the field of textile engineering
Selects and uses modern techniques and tools for engineering applications
Has the skills of designing experiments, data collection, cognitive analysis and interpretation of the results
Works effectively both individually and as a team member and takes responsibility
Searches literature, has access to information, uses databases and other sources of information
Recognizes the need of lifelong learning; follows developments in science and technology and renews self continuosly
Has effective oral and written communication skills.
Follows developments in the field in a foreign language, has good communication skills with colleagues.
Uses information and communication technologies and softwares at a required level
Defines learning requirements in scientific, social, cultural and artistic areas and improves himself/herself accordingly.
Has the professional and ethical responsibility.
Has the necessary awareness on the fields of occupational health and safety, legal side of engineering applications and environmental health.
Has required competence in project management, entrepreneurship and innovation.
|1||The importance and necessity of textile air conditioning, introduction and definitions.||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|2||Dry bulb, wet bulb, dew point, specific humidity, absolute humidity, relative humidity, density, specific volume, sensible and latent heat, enthalpy, sensible heat ratio||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|3||Processesing on weather and representations on the psychrometric diagram||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|4||Heat loss calculations for the textile enterprises, climatic data||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|5||Heat gain calculations for textile enterprises, climatic data||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|6||Air conditioning and heat loss -gain sample problems.||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|7||The indoor conditions features, the importance of temperature and humidity in Textile production, condensation formed by high humidity, and ways to prevent losses||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|8||Midterm exam||Revision of the topics covered|
|9||Classification and working principles of textile air conditioning systems, preference reasons according to the production process and raw materials||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|10||Textile design principles of air conditioning systems||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|11||Textile air conditioners operating characteristics of the system and its components and functions||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|12||Practices in textile climazitaion||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|13||Practices in textile climazitaion||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|14||The importance of dust and measure in textile enterprises||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|15||Revision of the topics covered in general||Reading lecture notes and reference sources|
|16-17||Final Exam||Revision of the topics covered|
|Recommended or Required Reading|