Student Handbook

OCEAN ENGINEERING PROGRAM

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES SUMMARY

Bandung Institute of Technology

On

Ocean Engineering

STUDENT HANDBOOK

Supplementary

Revised July, 2010

OCEAN ENGINEERING PROGRAM

TP Rahmat Building , 3rd floor

Ganesha Campus, Jalan Ganesha no.10

Bandung, West Java 40132

INDONESIA

KL2101, BASIC ENGINEERING ANALYSIS I.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides students with Linear Algebra, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Complex Number Analysis, Ordinary Differential Equation, and introduction to Partial Differential Equation.

Prerequisites:

1.    MA1101 Calculus IA

2.    MA1201 Calculus IIA

Course objectives:

The primary objective is to provide students with basic knowledge of Engineering Mathematics to solve physical problem in Ocean Engineering field.

Topics covered:

Topics of this course are Linear Algebra, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Complex Analysis, Ordinary Differential Equation, and introduction to Partial Differential Equation. Linear Algebra consists of topics on matrices, determinant, simultaneous equation system, matrices inverse, and type of matrices. Topics of vector differential calculus consist of vector algebra, dot product, cross product, grad, div and curl. Topics of vector Integral calculus consist of line and surface integral. Complex analysis topics consist of complex numbers and function, complex integration, Power series and Taylor series. Differential equation topic consists of 2 parts: ordinary differential equations (boundary value problem) and introduction to partial differential equation.

KL2102, FLUID MECHANICS.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The course introduces the student to fluid statics, basic flow analysis (Control Volume, Differential, and Experiments), pipeline flow, boundary layer, and open channel flow.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Provide the students with basic theory, application, and development of Fluid Mechanics both in statics and dynamics and of course comprehension about Dimension and Similarity Analysis.

Topics covered:

The course introduces basic theory and applications of Fluid Mechanics. The first class introduces Fluid Statics and Stability and Floating Bodies. Control Volume Approach (Large Scale), Differential Approach (Small Scale), and Dimensional Approach (Experiments) are employed to examine flow problems. Simplification equations of Conservations of Mass, Momentum, and Energy are derived to obtain exact solution. Major and Minor Loses in viscous duct are studied to design pipeline flow.

KL2103, ENGINEERING MECHANICS.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Statics and fundamentals of structural analysis: the concept of equilibrium of force systems, fundamentals of structural analysis for statically determinate structures (beam, truss, and frame), the concept of internal forces in different type of structures, internal forces diagram for beams and frames, and influence lines for statically determinate structures.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

After completing the course the student should be able to use the concept of equilibrium to calculate reactions and internal forces of statically determinate structures.

Topics covered:

Force system, concept of static equilibrium, introduction and identification of statically determinate structures (truss, beam, and frame), support reactions of statically determinate structures, calculation of internal forces for truss, beam, and frame structures including internal forces diagram, beam influence line, section properties, first and second moments, rotation of coordinates and principal moments of inertia.

KL2104, Statistics and Probability Analysis.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course introduces the student to knowledge and skill regarding data tabulation, random variable, data distribution, regression analysis, and couple data testing.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

The course provides students with comprehensive knowledge on, data analysis, statistic analysis, and understanding of probability.

Topics covered:

In this course students will be introduced to random phenomenon, probability concept and statistical parameters commonly used in ocean engineering problems.  Class materials include data processing, probability concept, random variable, probability distribution function and probability density functions. Application of statistical method to ocean engineering technical parameters will also be provided, including statistical test and regression analysis.

KL2105, Engineering Drawing.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Drawing projection, scale and legend in the technical drawings, layout drawing, detail drawing, and an introduction of welding symbols.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

The objectives are to provide the student with a comprehension of technical drawing and the ability to read and understand the technical drawing. The students will also be equipped with the skills to use Computer Aid Designed (CAD).

Topics covered:

The topics cover general introduction to technical drawing, notations and symbols, scale and legend, dimensioning, hatching, section drawing, projection drawing, topographic map reading, introduction of technical drawings in civil and ocean engineering, and basic welding symbols reading. Application of CAD for designing of construction drawings is also provided in this course.

KL2106, Physical Oceanography.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course is an introduction to physical oceanography knowledge.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

The main objective of the course is that the students understand basic theory and application of Physical Oceanography.

Topics covered:

The courses are divided into two parts. First part studies the Descriptive of Physical Oceanography. In the second part, the course provides students with basic theory of Dynamical Oceanography. The course starts with ocean dimension and main characteristics of sea water; salinity, temperature, and density. Then the student was introduced with basic theory and application of Ocean Circulation. The students were courage to understand the hypothesis of Ocean Conveyor Belt and its impact to Global Warming. The course provides the student with general introduction about wave, tide, coastal, and estuary.

KL2201, Basic Engineering Analysis II.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides students with a basic knowledge of Engineering Mathematics that includes the solution of Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE) problems using Laplace Transform and Series Solutions, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Fourier analysis, and Partial Differential Equations (PDE).

Prerequisites:

1.            MA1101 Calculus I.

2.            MA1201 Calculus II.

3.            KL2101 Basic Engineering Analysis I.

Course objectives:

The primary objective is to provide students with basic knowledge of Engineering Mathematics, especially solution of Differential Equations. After completing this course students should be able to solve differential equations problems related to Ocean Engineering.

Topics covered:

Topics of this course are various types of differential equations, difference between ODE and PDE, definitions of dependent and independent variables, application of Laplace transform for solving the ODE, application of unit step function and Dirac’s Delta using Laplace Transform, introduction of eigenvalues and eigenvector, series solutions for ODE, Fourier analysis, and introduction of Partial Differential Equations (PDE).

KL2202, Water Wave Mechanics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Introduction to water wave theory, theory of linear waves, wave characteristics, wave transformation, wave statistics, wave hindcasting, introduction to nonlinear waves, introduction to wave loading on small body.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2101 Basic Engineering Analysis I.

2.     KL2102 Fluid Mechanics I.

Course objectives:

To introduce students to the field of Ocean Engineering, to provide students with knowledge of water wave properties, to provide the student with the skill in order to be able to develop the theoretical background for the prediction of water wave phenomena, to train students in water waves analysis in the coastal and offshore zone, and to provide the skills needed for the design of coastal and offshore structures.

Topics covered:

The course introduces the student to the field of Ocean Engineering, which is concerned with the design and maintenance of harbors, marinas, coastal and offshore structures such as breakwaters, seawalls, and jetties. Coastal Engineering is also concerned with the study of waves and currents and their effect on the coastal structures, the control of erosion, and the pollution of the coastal waters. The course is divided into three main parts: water wave theories for linear and nonlinear waves, wave propagation and transformation, the second part covers wave hindcasting and wave statistics, and the third part wave-structure interaction. The first part of the course covers various water wave theories to predict their properties and associated phenomena, the propagation of water waves from deep water to shallow water and associated wave transformation is also covered , the second part covers wave hindcasting and wave statistics which covers theory related to random waves, while the wave-structure interaction constitute the last part of the course.

KL2203, Mechanics of Materials.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The response of structures due to applied loadings; concept of stress and deformation, design of structural members using strength and deformation criteria.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2101 Basic Engineering Analysis I.

2.     KL2103 Engineering Mechanics.

Course objectives:

After completing the course the student should have a basic understanding of the fundamental concept of stress and deformations in structures subjected to loadings, and have the skill to design structural members using strength and deformation criteria.

Topics covered:

Concept of stress, stress and deformation due to axial load, statically indeterminate axially loaded member, torsion of circular section, stress due to bending moment, unsymmetrical bending, stress in composite beams, shear stress in beams, stress transformation and principal stresses, beam deflection.

KL2204, Numerical Analysis.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides student with a basic knowledge of numerical analysis approach to solve roots of equations, matrices, linear algebraic equations, regression and interpolation, integration, differentiation and differential equations problems.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Objective of this course is to provide students with knowledge how to solve engineering problems using numerical method approach.

Topics covered:

Topics of this course are begin with algorithm concept, modeling, and error, then study of several methods of numerical analysis in several engineering problems: Root of equations (bisection method, false-position, Newton Rhapson, and secant method), system of linear algebraic equations (Crammer, Gauss elimination, Gauss-Jordan and Gauss Seidel), Regression and interpolation both linear and nth order, Integral problems (multi segment of trapezium and Simpson rules), differential (forward,  backward, central), ordinary differential equation (initial and boundary value problem) and partial differential equation (parabolic, elliptic and hyperbolic).

KL2205, Engineering Economics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Concept time value of money, financial analysis, comparing alternatives, and sensitivity analysis.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

In this course the student is expected to understand the basic principal of decision making technique in investment that based on economic evaluation.

Topics covered:

This course gives knowledge to the student about economics concepts, micro and macro economics, concept time value of money, measuring profitability using several methods such as present worth, future worth, and annual worth analyses, measuring liquidity using payback method and discounted payback, cost and investment alternatives, sensitivity analysis.

KL2206, Ocean Engineering Data Acquisition & Analysis.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Student learns about living in harmony, Divinity, Humanity, Morale, Science, technology, and Arts, and Islamic perception towards other religious believers on the basis of the Islamic teaching and ethics. Also, the subject discusses the role of community, politic, laws under the Islamic teaching and ethics.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Give the students concepts of ocean mapping, physical oceanography and Tidal Measurement.

Topics covered:

In This Course gives course in data collecting in ocean engineering such as introduction to hydrographic  survey concepts and ocean mapping  and survey equipment, coordinate system, geodetic datum, map projection, positioning in ocean, triangulating method, Trilateration, forward cross section, backward cross section, polygon, GPS application, real time kinematic system (RTK), GPS Positioning, GPS structure, GPS error analysis, GPS Accuration, Single Beam and Multi Beam Echo sounder Working Sequence, understand in using current meter propeller and ADCP type, using wave and tide gauge, temperature measurement, salinity an water sample with CTD, using sediment sampler in shallow water and deep water with grabber and coring. Tidal, cause, tidal measurement, tidal survey equipment, tidal component,  types of tidal, Formzahl Number.

Sosiotechnology, KU2061, Islam and Islamic Ethics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Student learns about living in harmony, Divinity, Humanity, Morale, Science, technology, and Arts, and Islamic perception towards other religious believers on the basis of the Islamic teaching and ethics. Also, the subject discusses the role of community, politic, laws under the Islamic teaching and ethics.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Students are able to create the basic values of Islamic religion and ethics, culture, and consciousness of nation and state in the application of science, technology and art under their control with a sense of humanitarian responsibility. Lead students to: a. control of religious teachings and be able to make it as a source of values and guidelines, as well as the foundation of thinking and behaving in applying science and profession under their control. b. the intellectual capital that is faithful and obedient and morality.

Topics covered:

This Course gives course in The relationship between humans, Natural Law and the Law Religion, Islam, Holistic, Sources of Islamic Teachings, Sources of Islamic Teachings, Islamic sources, Islamic Resources, Concepts of God and the Apostles, the essence of Sharia Worship, the essence of Islamic Ethics (Akhlaq), Krisiis Studies on Sufism and Sufi, Critical Study of the style of thought, and the flow of understanding about Islam in Indonesia, Supernatural Science, Development of ethics in science, technology and art, Islam and Science.

Sosiotechnology, KU2062, Protestant and Protestant Ethics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The subject will discuss divinity, human being, moral, science and technology, intra-religious togetherness, civilized society, politics, and laws in Protestant.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Students are able to create the basic values of religion and ethics, culture, and consciousness of nation and state in the application of science, technology and art under their control with a sense of humanitarian responsibility. Lead students to: a. control of religious teachings and be able to make it as a source of values and guidelines, as well as the foundation of thinking and behaving in applying science and profession under their control. b. the intellectual capital that is faithful and obedient and morality.

Topics covered:

This Course gives course in Life in Christ ENXRISTO, Experiment and the Agony, Fear, God Leadership, Success, Worship, and Time.

Sosiotechnology, KU2063, Catholicism and Catholic Ethics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The subject will discuss divinity, human being, moral, science and technology, intra-religious togetherness, civilized society, politics, and law in Catholicism.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Students are able to realize the value of catholicity basis of religion and ethics, culture, and awareness of national and state in the application of science, technology and art under their control with a sense of humanitarian responsibility. Lead students to: a. control of religious teachings and be able to make it as a source of values and guidelines, as well as the foundation of thinking and behaving in applying science and profession under their control. b. the intellectual capital that is faithful and obedient and morality.

Topics covered:

This Course gives course in Dasein, Existential Limit Situation, Existence, Transcendence, Jesus Christ, Coordination System, and Safety.

Sosiotechnology, KU2064, Hinduism and Hindu Ethics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The subject will discuss divinity, human being, moral, science and technology, intra-religious togetherness, civilized society, politics, and law in Hinduism.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Students are able to create the basic values of religion and ethics, culture, and consciousness of nation and state in the application of science, technology and art under their control with a sense of humanitarian responsibility. Lead students to: a. control of religious teachings and be able to make it as a source of values and guidelines, as well as the foundation of thinking and behaving in applying science and profession under their control. b. the intellectual capital that is faithful and obedient and morality.

Topics covered:

This Course gives course in Graha Panca as the basic beliefs of Hinduism, Tri Pramana, Tatwa / Philosophy, catur Purwa Artha, Triguva, Swadarma / personality, catur Marga Yoga, catur Hostel, Life in the community, and catur paramita.

Sosiotechnology, KU2065, Buddhism and Buddhist Ethics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The subject will discuss divinity, human being, moral, science and technology, intra-religious togetherness, civilized society, politics, and law in Buddhism.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Students are able to create the basic values of religion and ethics, culture, and consciousness of nation and state in the application of science, technology and art under their control with a sense of humanitarian responsibility. Lead students to: a. control of religious teachings and be able to make it as a source of values and guidelines, as well as the foundation of thinking and behaving in applying science and profession under their control. b. the intellectual capital that is faithful and obedient and morality.

Topics covered:

This Course gives course in Religious Functions, Scope of Religion, Buddhist Dharma as a religion of philosophy, Buddhist Dharma as science, the Adhi Buddha, the Godhead in Buddhism, History of the Great Buddha and lights (Revelation), The characteristics of Buddhism, Buddhism characteristics, can be kesunyataan Mulya (Chess Arya Marga), eight main roads, Tri Ratna, Sacred Books of Buddhism, in streams of Buddhism , Mantra and Meditation.

Sosiotechnology, KU2071, Pancasila and Civics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The students will discuss the nation building, vision of the nation, state, constitution, democracy, nation building and region building.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Students are able to uphold society and state are elegant and fun, applying the values of Pancasila in social life, express opinions with courtesy and effective for the improvement of national and state life, love of the homeland, has a high sense of nationalism and a passion for defending the country, willing to contribute ideas, science and technology for improving quality of life of our nation and state, struggle to understand the history of the nation as a milestone for efforts by the independence of civilization (in science and technology) to the glory of the nation, actively participate in the evaluation, criticism and control of government.

Topics covered:

This Course gives course in Guidelines, National Identity, Vision, Nation, State, Constitution, Democracy, Human Rights, the Regional Resilience, and Presentations.

KL3101, Hydrodynamics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The course introduces student to knowledge on basic equations of fluid flow, flow pattern, fluid flow problem and their mathematical approximation. The course also introduces hydrodynamic pressure distribution and forces acting on rigid body in fluid.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2102 Fluid Mechanics.

2.     KL2202 Water Wave Mechanics.

Course objectives:

This course provides students with knowledge on fluid flow concept and hydrodynamic force due to fluid flow.

Topics covered:

The course introduces knowledge on fluid flows and hydrodynamic forces, in which include analysis for ideal fluid and real fluid. In the first half of the class, mathematical approach for fluid flow problems will be introduced that enable description of fluid flows and fluid pressure distribution (on a selected body). The second half of the class wills introduce unsteady fluid flow (including waves), its kinematics and hydrodynamic forces generated by the flow. Three wave force calculation method will be introduce, which can be used based on ratio of structure principle dimension to wave length.

KL3102, Matrix Analysis of Structures.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Analysis of statically indeterminate structures using matrix method.  i.e. flexibility, stiffness, and direct stiffness methods, as it applies to trusses, beams and frames.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2101 Basic Engineering Analysis I.

2.     KL2103 Engineering Mechanics.

3.     KL2203 Material Mechanics.

Course objectives:

After completing the course the student should be able to use the matrix methods to calculate reactions, internal forces, and deformations of statically indeterminate structures.

Topics covered:

Deflection of statically determinate structures: principle of work and energy, method of virtual work for trusses, beams and frames, Castigliano theorem. Analysis of statically indeterminate structure by the force method: general procedure, Maxwell’s theorem, Betti’s law, force method of analysis for trusses, beam and frames. Stiffness method: fundamental of stiffness method, member stiffness method, displacement and force transformation matrices, member global stiffness matrix, application of the stiffness method for truss, beam and frame structures.

KL3103, Random Waves.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course introduce student to principles of random wave analysis, random processes and data processing in time domain and frequency domain. The students introduce to random waves application related with Ocean Engineering problems.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2102 Fluid Mechanics.

2.     KL2104 Statistics and Probability Analysis.

Course objectives:

This course provides students with knowledge and understanding to the concepts of Random Wave and the application in Ocean engineering problems

Topics covered:

The course introduce student to random phenomenon and application of probability and statistical method for random waves, random waves kinematics, and random wave forces. Course materials include concept of random process, data processing and data analysis in time domain and frequency domain. Application of analysis method to real ocean engineering problems, such as, random wave kinematics, and random wave forces, will be introduced in the latter part of class sessions.

KL3104, Reinforced Concrete.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The course covers basic theory of flexure and flexural design of reinforced concrete beams, the behaviour of beams loaded in shear, serviceability and design of short columns.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2103 Engineering Mechanics.

2.     KL2203 Material Mechanics.

Course objectives:

The students of this course have the skill to plan and design the steel planning on the concrete structure.

After completing the course the student should have a basic understanding of the fundamental concept of reinforced concrete structures as well as an ability to design simple beam and column sturctures.

Topics covered:

Study of the underlying concepts that affect the design of reinforced concrete structures: basic theory of flexural design for beams (the concepts of tension-controlled beam sections and compression-controlled section); behavior of beams loaded in shear (study of the mechanics of shear failure of concrete beams); review serviceability limit states, particularly of deflection and crack control; design of short column (discuss the concept of interaction diagrams and their shapes).

KL3105, Marine Geotechnics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Basic concepts in marine Geotechnics, such as the differences between onshore and marine geotechnics, concept of shear strength, field and laboratory investigations, slope stability, settlement, foundation analysis and design.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

The primary objectives are to provide each student with basic of marine geotechnics.

Topics covered:

This course covers the following subjects: Introduction the marine geotechnics, physical and mechanical properties of soil, water in soil, stress-strain concepts, settlement, shallow foundation analysis, pile foundation analysis, field and laboratory investigation for marine geotechnics, earth lateral pressure and earth retaining structures, and slope stability.

KL3106, Material for Marine Environment.

Elective Course

Course (catalog) description:

Contains descriptions of general aspects of the marine environment, which are important from standpoint of materials (concrete and steel) durability. The emphasis of the discussion is on material science and technology, material corrosion, physical and chemical causes of the deterioration of materials in seawater and corrosion prevention method. Exercises for concrete mix design and steel tensile strength test are performed in laboratory.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

The primary objectives of the course are to present the concept of material science and technology in order to facilitate better construction in marine environment. To achieve this, it is necessary for students to understand the behavior, the fundamental and mechanical properties of material used in sea structures.

Topics covered:

Marine environment: Lecture on general physical-chemical aspects of the marine environment and various types of marine structures. Properties of concrete: Lecture on portland cement, types of cementitious materials, properties of aggregate, fresh concrete, admixtures and various aspects of hardened concrete. Deterioration of concrete structures in seawater: Lecture on durability of concrete and physical and chemical causes of concrete structures deterioration. Properties of steel: Lecture on composition and mechanical properties of steel. Steel corrosion in concrete structures: Lecture on mechanism of steel corrosion, mechanism of chloride induced corrosion, corrosion damage and corrosion measurement. Cathodic protection design for marine structures: Overview of various techniques of corrosion prevention method with emphasize on Cathodic Protection method.

KL3107, Long Waves.

Elective Course

Course (catalog) description:

The course introduces the students to basic theory and application of Long Wave.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2202 Water Wave Mechanics

2.     KL2102 Fluid Mechanics

Course objectives:

Provide the students with the skills to understand, apply, and develop Theory of Long Wave in the field of Ocean Engineering.

Topics covered:

The course cover derivation of vertically averaged conservation of mass and momentum in 1D, 2D, and long wave energy Green’s Law. The applications of equations are to solve propagation of Tsunami Wave Propagation, Tidal Current in 1D Channel, Storm Surge, Wave Reflection/Transmition of Depth Change, Atmospheric Pressure Disturbance, Seabed Motion, and Kelvin Wave. The course also cover the 2D lateral averaged current is estuary (density difference, wind, and river induced current) under steady state assumption.

KL3201, Structural Dynamics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Vibrations of Single-Degree-of-Freedom (SDOF) and Multi-Degree-of-Freedom (MDOF) systems, computational techniques for dynamic responses of SDOF and MDOF (shear building).

Prerequisites:

1.  KL2101 Basic Engineering Analysis I

2.  KL2103 Engineering Mechanics

3.  KL2201 Basic Engineering Analysis II

4.  KL2203 Mechanics of Materials

Course objectives:

After attending this course, the students are expected to understand basic concept and solution method for SDOF and MDOF structural dynamic (shear building).

Topics covered:

SDOF Free Oscillation with and without damping, natural frequency, damping ratio. Application: Simple Offshore Structure

SDOF response due to harmonic forcing, resonance, support motion or earthquake load, Dynamics Amplification Factor. Application: Simple Offshore Structure under Wave Loading and Earthquake.

Generalized coordinate system for rigid body. Application: Dynamic Analysis of Pontoon.

Response to general dynamic loading, impulse loading, Duhamel’s Integral, constant force, rectangular force, and rectangular load. Application to Simple Offshore Structure.

MDOF, Multistory Shear Building: Stiffness Matrix, Free Vibration Shear Building and its response. Eigen Value-Eigen Vector, Natural Frequencies, Orthogonality. Forced Motion of Shear Buildings: Modal Superposition Method, Response to Ground Motion, Response to Harmonic Forcing. Application: Offshore Structure.

SDOF structural response under random wave loading: Ocean Wave Force Spectrum, RAO, Structural Response Spectrum.

KL3202, Underwater Acoustics.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides the introduction of underwater acoustics and simple application in ocean engineering.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2101 Basic Engineering Analysis I.

2.     KL2201 Basic Engineering Analysis II.

3.     KL2202 Water Wave Mechanics.

Course objectives:

Giving introduction of the theories and concepts of underwater acoustics including the application in ocean engineering.

Topics covered:

Introduction to basic theory of vibration, Underwater acoustic wave equation, refraction and transmission  in a medium, water surface, and sea bottom; Underwater acoustics transmission in sedimentation at sub-bottom layers, Single beam transducer and transducer array (multibeam); Beam pattern of single and multi beam; Underwater acoustics propagation in the sea (Sound Velocity Profile, Ray Tracing, Sound Channel); Transmission Loss (Spreading and Absorption Loss, Reflection Loss and Loss on Surface Duct, Deep Sound Channel); and Ray Tracing Modeling.

Ocean Engineering, KL3203, Laboratory Experimental Method.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides modeling principal, dimension and model analysis, and several survey methods in OE’s scope of work.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

This course gives the student concept about ocean modelling and survey methods that related to ocean engineering.

Topics covered:

This course gives the student knowledge about modeling principles that consist of dimension analysis and similitude principles, wave generating theory, laboratory measurement devices, and model analysis. Besides that, this course provide the student knowledge about met-ocean surveys, methods and data acguisition.

Ocean Engineering, KL3204, Finite Element Method.

Elective Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides the knowledge about Finite Element Methods (FEM) in structure analysis and introduction to FEM Software.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL3102 Matrix Analysis for Structures

Course objectives:

After completing the course the student should be able static nondeterministic structural analysis consist of equilibrium system an internal force of nondeterminate structure with FEM.

Topics covered:

Introduce to the student about the approximation methods on solving differential equation method, collocation method, Least square and Galerkin.  Then give the student knowledge about approximation in finite element method (FEM) for spring element, truss element, 1-D Beam element, 2-D Beam (Frame) element, and Constant Stress Triangular element. The student is also introduced to FEM softwares, such as SACS, SAP, ANSYS.

Ocean Engineering, KL3211, Coastal Processes.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course describes the meaning and the way to quantification the physically dynamic that is happened due to ocean environment force that works at the coast.

Prerequisites:

1. KL2202 Water Wave Mechanics

2. KL3101 Hydrodynamics

Course objectives:

The objective of this course is to give students introductory overview of coastal processes and methods to quantify environmental forces, such as wave hindcasting, tidal analysis, wave generated currents, and sedimentation, by using familiar tools in Ocean Engineering field of study.

Topics covered:

Topics of this course are uses of beach, coastal classification, forces in ocean environment and its interaction, tidal analysis, wave hindcasting, wave generated currents, rip currents, longshore currents, river hydraulics on the estuary, longshore sediment transport, sediment budget, shoreline changes, and introduction to familiar software/tools related to wave transformation and shoreline changes.

Ocean Engineering, KL4097, Capita Selecta Infrastructure.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course enriches the students’ view in whole process of infrastructure development in civil and ocean engineering, including infrastructure management, planning, financing and costing, and delivery process. The course also provides students with understanding of related aspects on environmental issues. Lesson-learned from some infrastructure projects is also provided.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

After completing the course, students comprehensively understand the process and related aspects in infrastructure development, including the lesson-learned from case studies in infrastructure construction projects.  Students also understand the role of each party involved in infrastructure projects.

Topics covered:

Infrastructure and development, infrastructure management, infrastructure planning, infrastructure financing and costing, infrastructure delivery process, environmental assessment on infrastructure project, roles in infrastructure project, issues on civil engineering project, issues on ocean engineering project, case studies in civil and ocean engineering projects.

Ocean Engineering, KL4098, Practical Training.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

Direct exposure to ocean engineering industry works, writing the report, and presenting it orally.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

After completing the course, the student should have an understanding about ocean engineering works, including contracts, scheduling, technical aspects, and quality control, and have the ability to report in writing and oral presentation.

Topics covered:

Co-op (exposure to ocean engineering industry works), writing the report, and present the report orally.

Ocean Engineering, KL4099, Final Project.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The course is a 4 credit academic activity for senior student. Students are require to conduct researches, analysis and report writing, on selected topic.

Prerequisites:

Completed at least 127 credit hours of core courses and selected courses, offered in the Ocean Engineering Program.

Course objectives:

The student able to aplicate scientific and engineering method in ocean engineering.

Topics covered:

This academic activity, the student will be working on a selected engineering project or to conduct a research in ocean engineering or related topic. Topics are selected by student according their interests. Topics must be discussed and approved by a final project advisor.

Ocean Engineering, KL4101, Ocean Construction Management.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides students with overview of construction management, sequences in construction project, and construction management components such as organization structure, types of contract, work breakdown structure, scheduling, cost estimation, and s-curve. As well as construction methods, especially in ocean structures project, that is covered construction method of concrete installation, reclamation, dredging, jetty/pier structure, breakwater and offshore structures.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

1.     Students understand about ocean construction projects and problems in construction process.

2.     Students understand about various types of coastal and offshore structures and also methods of ocean construction project.

3.     Students are able to apply several methods of construction management to a real case of study by develop its schedule, cost estimation, and s-curve.

Topics covered:

Topics are related to definition of structures and construction project, management construction, and construction methods. Definition of structure and construction project consist of type of structures, type of ocean structures, project construction stages (Feasibility Study, Design, Procurement, Construction, Maintenance and Operation) and project construction objectives. Construction management consists of procurement process, contract system, project construction stakeholders, project organization, work breakdown structure, scheduling, critical path method, duration analysis, unit price analysis, cost estimation and S-curve. Construction methods consist of construction methods of concrete mixing and installation, reclamation, dredging, and ocean structures (coastal and offshore structures.

Ocean Engineering, KL4102, Boundary Element Method.

Elective Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides the introducing of boundary element methods and its simple application in ocean engineering.

Prerequisites:

1.  KU1072 Introduction to Information Technology B.

2.  KL2202 Water Wave Mechanics.

3.  KL2204 Numerical Analysis.

Course objectives:

Give introductory of boundary element methods and its simple application in ocean engineering.

Topics covered:

Finite Difference Method, Control Volume, Finite Element, Boundary Element, Laplace and Poisson Operator Review, Green Function in Laplace Operator, Green Function Differentiation, Special Treatment to Singular Integral, Shape Function, Boundary Integral Equation (BIE) and boundary element program written on FORTRAN.

Ocean Engineering, KL4111, Design of Port Infrastructure.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides kind and type of port; planning procedure; modern port criteria; Type and dimension of ship; port organization chart; navigation aspect; breakwater; pier; equipment and open storage; conventional port; multi function port; container port and bulk port.

Prerequisites:

1.  KL2103 Engineering Mechanics.

2.  KL2202 Water Wave Mechanics.

3.  KL2203 Mechanics of Materials.

Course objectives:

After attending this course, students are able to comprehend and have ability to plan and design a port.

Topics covered:

This course gives the student knowledge about ocean port, planning and design procedure, ship type and dimension, navigation channel, port basin and berthing condition. Berth type. Specific port type: container port, marina, ferry and other port. This course also gives the student knowledge about safety and security in port activity, ocean environment control and regulations, breakwater and Port management.

Ocean Engineering, KL4112, Coastal Structure.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provide the student with knowledge to design breakwater, seawall, jetty, and groin.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

Give the comprehension to the student about planning and designing some coastal structures.

Topics covered:

This course gives the student knowledge about basic concepts in designing shore protection, begin with introduce the student with coastal protection structure types, hindcasting method and frequency analysis. In this course also provide the student with skill to use ocean modeling and software in coastal protection design.

Ocean Engineering, KL4121, Offshore Structure I.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides material about kind of offshore structure and analysis method for fixed offshore structure.

Prerequisites:

1.  KL2103 Engineering Mechanics.

2.  KL2203 Mechanics of Materials.

3.  KL3204 Structural Dynamics.

Course objectives:

This course give the student knowledge about design principles of offshore structure

Topics covered:

This course gives the student skill in designing fixed offshore structure. Begin with introduce about design principles, procedure and design criteria of offshore structure, allowable steel structure. Then, this course continues to design upper (deck) and jacket structure, boat landing and cathodic protection, mud-mat (on-bottom stability) and pile foundation design, and structure lifting analysis. In this course the student will be given project assignment in fixed platform design in final session.

Ocean Engineering, KL4122, Basic Ship Engineering.

Elective Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provide the student with knowledge about the naval architecture such as ship geometry, stability Principe, and ship hydrodynamics.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

In this course provide the student knowledge of naval architecture

Topics covered:

This course give the student knowledge about ship’s: type, line and shape coefficient; Moment and inertia moment of water plane; Displacement; Trim’s: Geometry, moment, changes due to loading change; Principle of stability, transversal and longitudinal initial stability; Static stability curve, cross curve of stability, stability evaluation; Bending moment in calm surface and bending moment due to wave, total bending moment and longitudinal ship strength; Transversal ship strength, deck structure, deck and tank-tops; Ship resistance force component, dimensional analysis for ship resistance force, principles of modeling, shear resistance; Froude and ITTC 1957 method; Hughes and ITTC 1978 method; Statistic and chart method.

Ocean Engineering, KL4201, Ocean Environment Control.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

The course is a basic knowledge in Ocean Environmental Control. Basic theory of pollutant transport (advection, diffusion, decay) Ocean environmental issues and solution. Application of water quality modeling and software.

Prerequisites:

1.  KL2101 Basic Engineering Analysis I.

2.  KL2102 Fluid Mechanics.

3.   KL2201 Basic Engineering Analysis II.

Course objectives:

The course is designed to provide the student with knowledge to understand and solve water quality transport in ocean environment, to design solution of ocean waste disposal, to apply water quality modeling, to understand the importance of integrated approach (abiotic, biotic, and culture) in ocean environment, to communicate design and analysis through oral presentation and report for latest ocean environmental issues.

Topics covered:

Basic theory of three dimensional water quality transport equation. Analytical solution of conservative and nonconservative substance for one dimensional problem. Solution of polutant dispersion in two and three dimensional for open ocean. Fundamental analysis of dissolved oxygen, euthrophication, toxic substance analysis, estuarine simplified mixing theory, suspended substance transport, and open ocean disposal. outfall design (Simple Jets, Buoyancy). Application of hydrodynamics and water quality modeling. Presentation and discussion of latest ocean environmental issues (oil spill, coral reef, dredging/reclamation, tailing disposal, global warming, produced water, etc.).

Ocean Engineering, KL4202, Computational Hydrodynamics.

Elective Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provides the knowledge and practice about hydrodynamics calculation in ocean engineering. The hydrodynamics are tidal (vertical and horizontal), wave, non tidal current, storm surge and estuarine process.

Prerequisites:

1.  KL2102 Fluid Mechanics

2.  KL4111 Coastal Processes

Course objectives:

This course objective is to provide the student with comprehension about numerical modeling Principe and able to modeling with at least one hydrodynamics in large domain.

Topics covered:

This course gives the student knowledge about hydrodynamics computational. Begin with introduction about hydrodynamics parameter in ocean engineering, simultaneous vertical and horizontal tidal modeling. Wave modeling, current non tidal, storm surge and two dynamic parameters focus in hydrodynamics. In this course also discus about derivation of equation of mass and momentum conservation and its special form, differential form and basic equation integral. In this course the student will be given project assignment in hydrodynamics process modeling.

Ocean Engineering, KL4211, Design of Berthing Structure.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course is designed to provide students with the concepts in designing jetty structures.

Prerequisites:

1.     KL2202 Water Wave Mechanics.

2.     KL2203 Material Mechanics.

3.     KL3102 Matrix Analysis for Structures.

Course objectives:

The objectives are to provide the student with a comprehension about ship berthing design principles.

Topics covered:

This course provides the student skill to design berthing structure. Begin with introduction of berthing structure types, construction methods and installation, design phase, design criteria, design code, loads, review of wave, current, wind, quake in structure, ship types, and ship berthing modes. In this course also provide the student knowledge about loading and offloading facilities, heavy equipment on deck structure, load of deck operation, environment, berthing and mooring. This course also introduce the student wit software in berthing structure design, deck on pile calculation, dolphin, gravity base structure, sheet pile, fender introduction in types, specification. In this course, the student will be given an assignment in berthing structure design in end of course term.

Ocean Engineering, KL4212, Reclamation and Dredging.

Elective Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provide student about sediment movement, needs and impact of dredging,  dredging method, dredging survey , dredger productivity estimation and coastal reclamation.

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

The student understand about Reclamation and Dredging Engineering.

Topics covered:

This course gives the student knowledge in Dredging and reclamation. Begin with basic mechanism in sediment transport, dredging needs, dredging effects, dredging method, surveys for dredging, dredger production estimation, dredging location planning, polluted material dumping, reclamation and dredging contracts.

KL 4213, Fisheries and Marine Culture.

Elective Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provide student about infrastructure which can support marine fisheries (like fishpond) and ocean environment influence in designing the infrastructure.

Prerequisites:

1.  KLU2205 Engineering Economics.

2.  KLU4101 Ocean Structure Construction Management.

Course objectives:

The Student Able to design and Drainage System in Marine Fisheries Infrastructure.

Topics covered:

This course provides the student skill in fisheries infrastructure design and planning. Begin with introduce the student about fisheries aquaculture, infrastructure, irrigation techniques, steady and unsteady modeling, inlet and outlet channel. This course also give the student the knowledge about layout of fisheries aquaculture irrigation and channel dimension design.

Ocean Engineering, KL4221, Offshore Structure II.

Required Course

Course (catalog) description:

This course provide student about seismic and fatigue analysis of fixed offshore structure, and design of subsea pipeline

Prerequisites:

None.

Course objectives:

This Course provide the student a knowledge about the principal analysis of offshore structure using commercial software.

Topics covered:

This course focusing in gives the student skill in seismic analysis of fixed offshore structures design. Begin with reviewing the method of offshore structure design. This course also give the student knowledge about pipeline design: pipe routing selection, wall thickness calculation, concrete coating calculation (on-bottom stability analysis), free span analysis, pipe laying analysis, and risk assessment.

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