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SCHOOL OF CIVIL AVIATION

School of Civil Aviation was established in 1986 to provide qualified personnel for rapidly growing Turkish Aviation industry. The School was the first educational and training organization in Turkey to meet all the requirements by the International Civil Aviation's Standards. Currently there are five departments; Avionics, Air Traffic Control, Flight Training, Aviation Management, Airframe-Powerplant Maintenance. Students completing the required courses of study in these programs (all five years, including one-year- English Preparatory School) receive a Bachelor's Degree upon graduation. Since there are a large number of career opportunities throughout the aviation industry, our graduates can easily find jobs. School of Civil Aviation offers an intensive combination of theoretical and laboratory courses in well designed and equipped facilities. The School has its own Airport with 2600 m long illuminated runway, which is equipped with ILS, VOR, NDB and DME. It operates a f leet of 20 aircraft for in-flight laboratory teaching, a maintenance center for repairing various types of aircrafts. The School has been supported by national and international aviation institutions and has mutual cooperation between several aviation industries. It also provides special programs to offer in-service training to air traffic controllers, pilots and technicians for state-owned and private aviation sectors. Director Deputy Director Deputy Director : Prof. Dr. Mustafa KARA : Asst. Prof. Dr. Hatice KÜÇÜKÖNAL : Asst. Prof. Dr. Hakan OKTAL

Secretary of High School : Ibrahim KÖSE

STAFF

Professors: Hidayet BUGDAYCI, Mustafa CAVCAR, Mustafa KARA, T. Hikmet KARAKOÇ Assistant professors: Müge ARMATLI, Özlem ATALIK, Ünal BATTAL, Necip Suat CANARSLAN, Aydan CAVCAR, Gökhan DURMUS, Hülya ERGÜL, Ender GEREDE, Gülay IYIBAKANLAR, Ayse KAHVECIOGLU, Ergün KAYA, M. Murat KOÇYIGIT, Hakan KORUL, Vildan KORUL, Hatice KÜÇÜKÖNAL, Hakan OKTAL, A. Akile TANATMIS, Dilek TURAN, Öznur USANMAZ Lecturers: Füsun ADAR, Hakan AYDEMIR, Sema BATTAL, Tulga Metin CANDAS, Ertan ÇINAR, Nalan ERGÜN, Emin ERTAS, Gülcan GÜNAY, M. Selçuk IRDE, Nihat KARAGÖZ, Nevzet KAYA, Sema KUTLU, Hasan LIK, Osman ODABASI, Mustafa ÖZEN, Süleyman ÖZMEN, Hasan TIFTIK, Orkun TUNÇKAN, Ugur TURHAN, Suat USLU, Nevin YAVUZ, Nilgün YILDIRIM Research Assistants: Tolga BAKLACIOGLU, Cem ÇETEK, Serdar DALKILIÇ, Devrim GÜN, Yasemin ISIK, Hasim KAFALI, Sinem KAHVECIOGLU, Adem KARCI, Emre KIYAK, Ferhan KUYUCAK, Ilkay ORHAN, Asuman ÖZGER, A. Emre SARILGAN, Özlem SAHIN, Yusuf SENGÜR, Enis Turhan TURGUT, Alper ULUDAG, Kadriye YAMAN

DEPARTMENT OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL

The School of Civil Aviation was established as a vocational school in 1986 to provide qualified personnel for rapidly growing Turkish Aviation industry with funds provided by the Turkish Government, United Nations Development Programme and International Civil Aviation Organization. Through a bilateral agreement that was signed between French and Turkish Governments in 1989, French Government has provided a long-term loan of 115 million French Francs for the development of the School of Civil Aviation. About 70 faculty members and technical staff from the School of Civil Aviation attended academic, research or non-degree programmes of French aviation training institutions like IAS, SUPAERO, ENAC, ENSICA and EMA. Some other faculty members and technical staff have been trained by French aviation companies like SOFREAVIA SERVICE, THOMSON-CSF, SOCATA and EUROCOPTER. In 1992, the school started to provide Bachelor's Degree programmes due to the advancements in aeronautical technology and aviation education standards. All the students of academic degree programmes have to attend one year English language preparation classes before starting their four year training at the school. The School has a Maintenance Center which has an indoor area of 7.500 squaremeter to practice students on aircraft and an apron of 11.000 squaremeter. The Center is equipped with computer controlled instruments to repair various types of aircrafts in fleets of aviation companies.

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Beyond academic instruction activities The School also provides non-degree programmes to train air traffic controllers to meet the needs of organizations such as Turkish General Directorate of State Airports. These courses are custom designed according to the needs of demanding organizations.Presently, there are four full-time faculty members and three research associates and five teaching air traffic controllers working with the Department. Moreover brifing office and tower which are organize all activites of Anadolu Airport has nine members. Furthermore, some faculty members from other departments in our university and from other universities also work as adjunct faculty members in our department. C urrently there are 43 undergraduate students in the Department. Moreover there 5 student who are attending postgraduate programs which is awarded by the Graduate School of Social Sciences. Nowadays a new postgradute program is held by the Graduate School of Science for the Department. Department of Air Traffic Control selects 10 students through the specific selection procedures including Aptitude Tests. Department of Air Traffic Control has design of flight path (PANS-OPS) laboratory. A THOMSON-CSF ATS Radar Simulator based on Simcat 1000 with 4 controller, 4 pseudo pilot and a supervisor position is used as the practical training tool of this programme. Each academic staff member of the department is given a personal computer for her/his own exclusive use. A computer laboratory equipped with 32 personal computers, which are connected to the Internet, is open to our students. Another computer laboratory which has 36 personal computers and a data show system is used for seminars and educational purposes. In addition, the School's conference hall of capacity of 110 which is fully equipped can be used by the Department at any time. Qualified personnel meeting ICAO and EUROCONTROL standards have been trained by air traffic control training programmes. Our graduates can easily find job opportunities in Turkish General Directorate of State Airports and throughout other airports.

PROGRAM

I. SEMESTER FIZ 305 Space Physics HTK 101 Aircraft Basic Knowledge MAT 167 Fundamental Mathematics SHU 102 Meteorology HYO 107 (Eng) Airport and Airport Equipment ING 113 (Eng) English Speaking Skills I II. SEMESTER HTK 205 Communication and Navigation Systems HTK 216 Air Traffic Rules and Services BIL 151 (Eng) Fundamentals of Information Technology HYO 104 (Eng) Introduction to Civil Aviation ING 114 (Eng) English Speaking Skills II Elective Course (1)

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III. SEMESTER Introduction to Computer Programming HTK 202 Aerodrome Control Procedure HTK 207 Aircraft Performance TAR 253 Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution TÜR 103 Turkish Language HTK 213 (Eng) Air Traffic Communication I Elective Course (1) BIL 162

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IV. SEMESTER Aviation Terminology Non-Radar Control Procedures Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution HTK 204 (Eng) Phraseology HTK 210 (Eng) Aerodrome Control Simulation HTK 214 (Eng) Air Traffic Communication II HTK 206 HTK 212 TAR 253

2+0 3,0 5+0 7,5 2+0 3+0 4+4 2+0 3,0 4,5 9,0 3,0 30,0

HTK 301 HTK 309 HTK 313 HTK 311 (Eng)

V. SEMESTER Navigation Instrument Flight Procedures Human Factors Non Radar Approach Control Simulation Elective Course (1)

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HTK 306 HTK 312 HTK 401 HTK 406 HYO 310

VI. SEMESTER Radar Technology Aeronautical Communications Radar Control Procedures Aviation Psychology Aeronautical Information Publication

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HTK 310 (Eng) Non Radar Area Control Simulation

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VII. SEMESTER HTK 409 Civil-Military Air Traffic Coordination HTK 415 Air Traffic Flow Management HTK 419 Regional Air Traffic Control Operations HTK 413 (Eng) Radar Approach Control Simulation HTK 414 (Eng) Radar Area Control Simulation Elective Course (1)

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VIII. SEMESTER HTK 408 Air Traffic Management HTK 418 Airspace Organization HTK 420 Flight Safety Management HTK 498 Applications of Air Traffic Control HTK 416 (Eng) Radar Traffic Coordination Departmental Elective Course (1) Elective Course (1)

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DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE COURSES

HTK 412 Modern Instrument Systems HTK 452 Helicopter Theory 2+0 3,0 2+0 3,0

ELECTIVE COURSES

BEÖ 155 HUK 252 HYO 105 (Eng) HYO 303 ILT 307 IST 201 Physical Education Labor Law Air Transportation Management Model Aircraft Constmetion Communication Statistics 2+0 2+0 3+0 1+2 3+0 3+0 3,0 3,0 4,5 3,0 4,5 4,5

ISL 102 MÜZ 155 MÜZ 157 SAG 102 SER 246 SNT 155 SOS 155 SOS 312

Management and Organization Turkish Folk Music Traditional Turkish Art Music First Aid Fundamentals of Ceramics History of Art Folkdance Organizational Behavior

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DEPARTMENT OF AIRFRAME AND POWERPLANT MAINTENANCE

The School of Civil Aviation was established as a vocational school in 1986 to provide qualified personnel for rapidly growing Turkish Aviation industry with funds provided by the Turkish Government, United Nations Development Programme and International Civil Aviation Organization. Through a bilateral agreement that was signed between French and Turkish Governments in 1989, French Government has provided a long-term loan of 115 million French Francs for the development of the School of Civil Aviation. About 70 faculty members and technical staff from the School of Civil Aviation attended academic, research or non-degree programmes of French aviation training institutions like IAS, SUPAERO, ENAC, ENSICA and EMA. Some other faculty members and technical staff have been trained by French aviation companies like SOFREAVIA SERVICE, THOMSON-CSF, SOCATA and EUROCOPTER. In 1992, the school started to provide Bachelor's Degree programmes due to the advancements in aeronautical technology and aviation education standards. All the students of academic degree programmes have to attend one year English language preparation classes before starting their four year training at the school. The School has a Maintenace Center which has an indoor area of 7.500 squaremeter to practice students on aircraft and an apron of 11.000 squaremeter. The Center is equipped with computer controlled instruments to repair various types of aircrafts in the fleets of aviation companies. Beyond academic instruction activities The School also provides non-degree programmes to train helicopter maintenance technicians to meet the needs of organizations such as the Police. These courses are custom designed according to the needs of demanding organizations. The School is already training Turkish Air Force Depot Level Maintenance Centres' Aircraft Maintenance Technicians for upgrading the Turkish Air Force to JAR145 standards. Department of Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance was first established as two departments; Department of Aircraft Airframe and Department of Aircraft Powerplant. When The School changed its programs to graudate level both Departments had a new concept and got new names as Department of Airframe Maintenance and Department of Powerplant Maintenance. According to new trends in aviation industry and education and to meet the international standards two Departments organized as one and had a new name; Department of Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance, in 1995.

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Presently, there are eight full-time faculty members, four research associates, nine research assistants and five teaching maintenance technicians working with the Department. Furthermore, some faculty members from other departments in our university and from other universities also work as adjunct faculty members in our department. One of the research assistants is currently on leave for studying abroad as a graduate student. Currently there are 139 undergraduate students in the department. Moreover there 8 student who are attending postgraduate programs which is awarded by the Graduate School of Sciences. Twenty students for the Department of Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance are selected through the National Students' Placement Exam. There are plenty of laboratories in the Department such as aerodynamics, hydraulic systems, materials and airframe, CAD/CAM and model aircraft which are used in training and research activities. In addition Department has workshops such as motor, turbo jet motor and test cell. Each academic staff member of the department is given a personal computer for her/his own exclusive use. A computer laboratory equipped with 32 personal computers, which are connected to the Internet, is open to our students. Another computer laboratory which has 36 personal computers and a data show system is used for seminars and educational purposes. In addition, the School's conference hall of capacity of 110 which is fully equipped can be used by the Department at any time. Qualified personnel meeting JAR 66 standards have been trained by airframe and powerplant maintenance programme. Our graduates can easily find job oppurtinities in Turkish Airlines, Turkish Air Force Air Supply Maintenance Centers and throughout the aviation industry. We have graduates and undergraduates attending to Department of Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance programmes from other nations such as Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kirghistan, Syria, Switzerland, Tadjikistan and Turkmenistan.

PROGRAM

I. SEMESTER Physics I Physics Laboratory I Basics of Aircraft Calculus I Linear Algebra Advanced English I Elective Course (1) II. SEMESTER Calculus II Mechanics Turkish Language Fundamentals of Information Technology HYO 104 (Eng) Introduction to Civil Aviation ING 154 (Eng) Advanced English II MAT 160 MEK 152 TÜR 103 BIL 151 (Eng)

FIZ 105 FIZ 107 HYO 109 MAT 159 MAT 163 ING 153 (Eng)

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6,0 1,5 6,0 4,5 3,0 6,0 3,0 30,0

2+2 4,5 3+0 4,5 4+0 6,0 2+2 4,5 3+0 4,5 4+0 6,0 30,0

III. SEMESTER Electric Electronic Circuits Communication and Navigation Systems HYO 209 Aviation Legislation MAT 208 Differential Equations MLZ 217 Science of Aircraft Materials TAR 253 Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution TRS 113 Technical Drawing and Perspective ING 221 (Eng) Aviation English I ELE 201 HYO 201

3+1 4,5 2+0 2+0 3+0 2+0 3,0 3,0 4,5 3,0

IV. SEMESTER Computer Programming Thermodynamics TUSAS Program Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution ING 222 (Eng) Aviation English II BIL 257 HYO 202 HYO 210 TAR 253

2+2 4,5 2+2 4,5 4+10 13,5 2+0 3+0 3,0 4,5 30,0

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V. SEMESTER

VI. SEMESTER

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HYO 206 HYO 207 HYO 304

Aircraft Electrical Systems Aircraft Instruments Aircraft Manufacturing Technologies UGB 305 Airframe Workshop I UGB 309 Aircraft Structures and Airframe Systems I HYO 301 (Eng) Fundamentals of Aerodynamics Elective Course (1)

2+0 3,0 2+0 3,0 3+0 4,5 0+6 4,5 2+2 4,5 3+2 6,0 4,5 30,0

HYO 314 Human Performance and Limitations MEK 304 Flight Mechanics UGB 310 Aircraft Structures and Airframe Systems II UGB 403 Airframe Workshop II UGB 405 Nondestructive Inspection Methods UMB 316 Aircraft Gas Turbine Theory Elective Course (1)

3+0 4,5 3+2 6,0 3+0 0+4 2+0 3+0 4,5 3,0 3,0 4,5 4,5 30,0

VII. SEMESTER HYO 302 Aircraft Maintenance and Overhaul HYO 406 Helicopter Theory and Systems UMB 301 Reciprocating Engines UMB 401 Gas Turbine Engine Systems UMB 403 Powerplant Workshop I HYO 204 (Eng) Propeller Theory Departmental Elective Course (1)

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4,5 4,5 6,0 3,0 4,5 3,0 4,5 30,0

ELE 301 HEE 410 HYO 410 HYO 412 SHU 424 TKY 304 UMB 306

VIII. SEMESTER Electrical Machinery Aircraft Electricity Workshop Applications of Powerplant-Airframe Maintenance Maintenance Practice Methods Aircraft Maintenance and Reliability Management Quality Assurance Systems Power plant Workshop II Departmental Elective Course (1)

2+2 4,5 0+3 3,0 0+6 4,5 0+3 3,0 3+0 2+0 0+4 4,5 3,0 3,0 4,5 30,0

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE COURSES

HYO HYO HYO HYO 105 (Eng) 306 312 404 Air Transportation Management Computer Aided Design Modern Instrument Systems Advanced Aircraft Electrical Systems Composite Materials Fracture Mechanics Fuel Systems of Gas Turbine Engines in Aircraft Repair Process on Aircraft Engine The Application of Gas Turbine's for Cogeneration 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5

UGB 308 UGB 408 UMB 310 UMB 442 UMB 452

ELECTIVE COURSES

BEÖ 155 HYO 303 Physical Education Model Aircraft Constmetion 2+0 3,0 1+2 3,0

IKT 151 (Eng) ILT 307 IST 201 ISL 102 MUH 453 MÜZ 155 MÜZ 157 NÜM 307 RSM 212 SAG 102 SER 246 SNT 155 SOS 155 SOS 312 TKY 401

Economics Communication Statistics Management and Organization Cost Accounting Turkish Folk Music Traditional Turkish Art Music Numerical Analysis Fundamentals of Painting First Aid Fundamentals of Ceramics History of Art Folkdance Organizational Behavior Reliability Analysis

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DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION MANAGEMENT

The School of Civil Aviation was established as a vocational school in 1986 to provide qualified personnel for rapidly growing Turkish Aviation industry with funds provided by the Turkish Government, United Nations Development Programme and International Civil Aviation Organization. Through a bilateral agreement that was signed between French and Turkish Governments in 1989, French Government has provided a long-term loan of 115 million French Francs for the development of the School of Civil Aviation. About 70 faculty members and technical staff from the School of Civil Aviation attended academic,

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research or non-degree programmes of French aviation training institutions like IAS, SUPAERO, ENAC, ENSICA and EMA. Some other faculty members and technical staff have been trained by French aviation companies like SOFREAVIA SERVICE, THOMSON-CSF, SOCATA and EUROCOPTER. In 1992, the school started to provide Bachelor's Degree programmes due to the advancements in aeronautical technology and aviation education standards. All the students of academic degree programmes have to attend one year English language preparation classes before starting their four year training at the school. The School has a Maintenace Center which has a closed surface area of 7.500 squaremeter to practice students on aircraft and an apron of 11.000 squaremeter. The Center is equipped with computer controlled instruments to repair various types of aircrafts in fleets of aviation companies. Department of Aviation Management was first established as three departments; Department of Ground Handling, Department of Catering and Department of Cargo. When The School changed its programs to graduate level according to new trends in aviation industry and education, to meet the international standards, all three Departments had come together under a new concept and got a new name as Department of Aviation Management, in 1995.Presently, there are ten full-time faculty members, two research associates and four research assistants working with the Department. Moreover brifing office and tower which are organize all activities of Anadolu Airport has nine members. Furthermore, some faculty members from other departments in our university and from other universities also work as adjunct faculty members in our Department. Currently there are 114 undergraduate students in the Department. Moreover; there 26 student who are attending postgraduate programs which is awarded by the Graduate School of Social Sciences. Thirty students for the Department of Aviation Management are selected through the National Students' Placement Exam. Each academic staff member of the Department is given a personal computer for her/his own exclusive use. A computer laboratory equipped with 32 personal computers, which are connected to the Internet, is open to our students. Another computer laboratory which has 36 personal computers and a data show system is used for seminars and educational purposes. In addition, the School's conference hall of capacity of 110 which is fully equipped can be used by the Department at any time. Qualified personnel meeting international standards have been trained by aviation management programme. Our graduates can easily find job oppurtinities in Turkish Airlines, airports, general aviation facilities, airline and ground handling companies. We have graduates and undergraduates attending to The Department of Aviation Management programmes from other nations such as Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kirghistan, Syria, Switzerland, Tadjikistan and Turkmenistan.

PROGRAM

I. SEMESTER HUK 153 Fundamentals Concepts of Law ISL 155 Introduction to Business M AT 129 Mathematics I MUH 151 Introduction to Accounting SHU 103 Flight Theory TÜR 103 Turkish Language IKT 153 (Eng) Economics I SHU 101 (Eng) Introduction to Civil Aviation II. SEMESTER Mathematics II Basic Operations Management Statistics Fundamentals of Information Technology Economics II Air Transportation Airport and Airport Equipment Elective Course (1)

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3,0 3,0 3,0 4,5 3,0 6,0 4,5 3,0 30,0

MAT 172 SHU 203 SHU 205 BIL 151 (Eng) IKT 154 (Eng) SHU 104 (Eng) SHU 106 (Eng)

2+0 3,0 3+0 4,5 3+0 4,5 2+2 3+0 2+0 2+0 4,5 4,5 3,0 3,0 3,0 30,0

HUK 154 SHU 102 SHU 201 SHU 212 SOS 107

III. SEMESTER Commercial Law Meteorology Navigation and Navigation Aids Operation and Performance Behavioral Sciences

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3,0 4,5 4,5 4,5 2,5

SHU 202 SHU 214 SHU 216 SHU 220 SHU 222

IV. SEMESTER Ramp and Ground Operation Services Passenger Handling Services Cargo Sale Dangerous Goods CRS Applications

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4,5 6,0 6,0 6,0 4,5

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TAR 253

Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution 2+0 3,0 SHU 209 (Eng) Airport Operations 2+0 3,5 Elective Course (1) 4,5 30,0 V. SEMESTER FIN 202 Financial Management ISL 301 Human Resources Management PZL 302 Marketing Management ING 307 (Eng) Aviation English I MUH 240 (Eng) Cost and Management Accounting TRZ 202 (Eng) Travel Agencies and Tour Operators

TAR 253 Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution

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VI. SEMESTER Labor Law Management Information Systems SHU 302 Airline Management SHU 304 Air Traffic Rules and Services SOS 312 Organizational Behavior ING 308 (Eng) Aviation English II Elective Course (1) HUK 252 ISL 417

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VII. SEMESTER MLY 205 Public Finance MUH 302 Analysis of Financial Reports NÜM 305 Quantitative Methods SHU 403 Finance in Aviation Companies SHU 405 Aviation Safety SHU 404 (Eng) Airport Management Elective Course (1)

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VIII. SEMESTER HUK 418 Air Law IKT 428 Air Transportation Economics PZL 410 Airline Marketing SHU 406 Aviation Security SHU 412 Airline Fleet Planning SHU 416 Aircraft Maintenance Management SHU 498 Applications of Civil Aviation Management SHU 420 (Eng) Logistics Management Elective Course (1)

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ELECTIVE COURSES

BEÖ 155 HYO 303 HYO 451 IKT 420 ISL 102 MÜZ 155 MÜZ 157 Physical Education Model Aircraft Constmetion General Aviation European Union and Turkey Management and Organization Turkish Folk Music Traditional Turkish Art Music 2+0 1+2 3+0 2+0 3+0 2+0 2+0 3,0 3,0 4,5 3,0 4,0 3,0 3,0

PZL 210 RSM 212 SAG 102 SER 246 SHU 407 SNT 155 SOS 155

Customer Relations Fundamentals of Painting First Aid Fundamentals of Ceramics Ground Handling Management History of Art Folkdance

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DEPARTMENT OF AVIONICS

The School of Civil Aviation was established as a vocational school in 1986 to provide qualified personnel for rapidly growing Turkish Aviation industry with funds provided by the Turkish Government, United Nations Development Programme and International Civil Aviation Organization. Through a bilateral agreement that was signed between French and Turkish Governments in 1989, French Government has provided a long-term loan of 115 million French Francs for the development of the School of Civil Aviation. About 70 faculty members and technical staff from the School of Civil Aviation attended academic, research or non-degree programmes of French aviation training institutions like IAS, SUPAERO, ENAC, ENSICA and EMA.

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Some other faculty members and technical staff have been trained by French aviation companies like SOFREAVIA SERVICE, THOMSON-CSF, SOCATA and EUROCOPTER. In 1992, the school started to provide Bachelor's Degree programmes due to the advancements in aeronautical technology and aviation education standards. All the students of academic degree programmes have to attend one year English language preparation classes before starting their four year training at the school. The School has a Maintenace Center which has an indoor area of 7.500 squaremeter to practice students on aircraft and an apron of 11.000 squaremeter. The Center is equipped with computer controlled instruments to repair various types of aircrafts in the fleets of aviation companies. Beyond academic instruction activities The School also provides non-degree programmes to train helicopter maintenance technicians to meet the needs of organizations such as the Police. These courses are custom designed according to the needs of demanding organizations. The School is already training Turkish Air Force Depot Level Maintenance Centres' Aircraft Maintenance Technicians for upgrading the Turkish Air Force to JAR145 standards. Department of Avionics was first established as two departments; Department of Aircraft Electrical Systems and Department of Aircraft Electronic Systems. When The School changed its programs to graudate level both Departments had a new concept and names as Department of Ground Equipments and Department of Aircraft Equipments. According to new trends in aviation industry and education and to meet the international standards two Departments organized as one a had a new name; nd Department of Avionics, in 1995. Presently, there are ten full-time faculty members, six research associates, five research assistants and five teaching maintenance technicians working with the Department. Furthermore, some faculty members from other departments in our university and from other universities also work as adjunct faculty members in our department. Currently there are 136 undergraduate students in the department. Moreover there 3 student who are attending postgraduate programs which is awarded by the Graduate School of Sciences. Thirty students for the Department of Avionics are selected through the National Students' Placement Exam. There are plenty of laboratories in the Department such as electronics, electrotechnics, avionics, communication and navigational aids which are used in training and research activities. Each academic staff member of the department is given a personal computer for her/his own exclusive use. A computer laboratory equipped with 32 personal computers, which are connected to the Internet, is open to our students. Another computer laboratory which has 36 personal computers and a data show system is used for seminars and educational purposes. In addition, the School's conference hall of capacity of 110 which is fully equipped can be used by the Department at any time. Qualified personnel meeting JAR 66 standards have been trained by avionics programme. Our graduates can easily find job oppurtinities in Turkish Airlines, Turkish Air Force Air Supply Maintenance Centers, General Directorate of State Airports and throughout the aviation industry. We have graduates and undergraduates attending to The Department of Avionics programmes from other nations such as Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kirghistan, Syria, Switzerland, Tadjikistan and Turkmenistan.

PROGRAM

I. SEMESTER Physics I Physics Laboratory I Basics of Aircraft Calculus I Linear Algebra Advanced English I Elective Course (1) II. SEMESTER Basic Aircraft Power Plants Calculus II Turkish Language Fundamentals of Information Technology HYO 104 (Eng) Introduction to Civil Aviation ING 154 (Eng) Advanced English II HYO 106 MAT 160 TÜR 103 BIL 151 (Eng)

FIZ 105 FIZ 107 HEE 103 MAT 159 MAT 163 ING 153 (Eng)

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BIL 257 ELE 205 MAT 208 MLZ 217 TAR 253

III. SEMESTER Computer Programming Circuit Analysis I Differential Equations Science of Aircraft Materials Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution

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4,5 6,0 4,5 3,0

ELE 210 ELO 202 HEE 204 HEE 208 TAR 253

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IV. SEMESTER Circuit Analysis II Electronic Circuits I Navigation Systems Basic Aircraft Airframe Systems Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution

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4,5 4,5 4,5 4,5

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ING 221 (Eng) Aviation English I Elective Course (1)

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TRS 113

Technical Drawing and Perspective ING 222 (Eng) Aviation English II

2+2 4,5 3+0 4,5 30,0

ELO 303 HEE 301 HEE 307 HYO 203 ELO 305 (Eng) HYO 301 (Eng)

V. SEMESTER Electronic Circuits II Sensors and Measuring Systems Aircraft Electrical Systems Thermodynamics Logic Circuits Fundamentals of Aerodynamics Elective Course (1)

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3,0 4,5 4,5 3,0 4,5 6,0 4,5 30,0

VI. SEMESTER Electrical Machinery Communication Systems Power Plant Workshop Aircraft Maintenance and Overhaul HYO 406 Helicopter Theory and Systems TKY 304 Quality Assurance Systems HEE 206 (Eng) Automatic Control Systems ELE 202 HEE 306 HEE 308 HYO 302

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VII. SEMESTER Microcomputers Airframe Workshop Aviation Legislation Human Performance and Limitations HEE 401 (Eng) Automatic Flight Control HEE 403 (Eng) Aircraft Instruments Departmental Elective Course (1) Elective Course (1) ELO 403 HEE 407 HYO 209 HYO 314

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VIII. SEMESTER Aircraft Communication Systems Advanced Technology Instrument Systems HEE 416 Aircraft Electricity Workshop HEE 498 Applications of Avionics HYO 404 Advanced Aircraft Electrical Systems HYO 412 Maintenance Practice Methods Departmental Elective Course (1) HEE 412 HEE 414

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DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE COURSES

ELE 451 HEE 305 HEE 405 (Eng) HEE 406 Electromagnetic Wave Theory Microwave Distance Measuring Equipment Instrument Landing System/VHF Omni Range HEE 408 Radar Systems HEE 409 Antennas HYO 105 (Eng) Air Transportation Management MEK 203 Flight Mechanics SHU 424 Aircraft Maintenance and Reliability Management 3+0 4,5 2+2 4,5 2+2 4,5 2+2 3+0 3+0 3+0 3+0 4,5 4,5 4,5 4,5 4,5

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BEÖ 155 Physical Education HUK 252 Labor Law IKT 151 (Eng) Economics 2+0 3,0 2+0 3,0 3+0 4,5

ILT 307 IST 201 ISL 102 MUH 453 MÜZ 155 MÜZ 157 NÜM 307 RSM 212 SAG 102 SER 246 SNT 155 SOS 155 SOS 312 TKY 401

Communication Statistics Management and Organization Cost Accounting Turkish Folk Music Traditional Turkish Art Music Numerical Analysis Fundamentals of Painting First Aid Fundamentals of Ceramics History of Art Folkdance Organizational Behavior Reliability Analysis

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DEPARTMENT OF FLIGHT TRAINING

The School of Civil Aviation was established as a vocational school in 1986 to provide qualified personnel for rapidly growing Turkish Aviation industry with funds provided by the Turkish Government, United Nations Development Programme and International Civil Aviation Organization. Through a bilateral agreement that was signed between French and Turkish Governments in 1989, French Government has provided a long-term loan of 115 million French Francs for the development of the School of Civil Aviation. About 70 faculty members and technical staff from the School of Civil Aviation attended academic, research or non-degree programmes of French aviation training institutions like IAS, SUPAERO, ENAC, ENSICA and EMA. Some other faculty members and technical staff have been trained by French aviation companies like SOFREAVIA SERVICE, THOMSON-CSF, SOCATA and EUROCOPTER. In 1992, the school started to provide Bachelor's Degree programmes due to the advancements in aeronautical technology and aviation education standards. All the students of academic degree programmes have to attend one year English language preparation classes before starting their four year training at the school. The School has a Maintenace Center which has a closed surface area of 7.500 squaremeter to practice students on aircraft and an apron of 11.000 squaremeter. The Center is equipped with computer controlled instruments to repair various types of aircrafts in the fleets of aviation companies. The School of Civil Aviation's campus also includes an airfield which has an asphalt runway of 2600 meters long and 30 meters wide. Runway strength is LCN 63, has an apron of dimensions 100x83 meters, asphalt taxiways of 1100x18 meters and CAT 1 lighting with PAPIs available. Beyond academic instruction activities The School also provides non-degree programmes to train aircraft and helicopter pilots to meet the needs of organizations such as Police and Turkish Airlines. These courses are custom designed according to the needs of demanding organizations. Presently, there are four full-time faculty members and seventeen instructer pilots working with the Department. Moreover brifing office and tower which organize all activites of Anadolu Airport has nine members. Furthermore, some faculty members from other departments in our university and from other universities also work as adjunct faculty members in our department. Department of Flight Training also have a doctor who specialized on aviation for the daily controls of instructors' and students' health. Currently there are 41 undergraduate students in the Department. Graduates can attend postgraduate programs which is awarded by the Graduate School of Social Sciences. Besides, a new postgradute program is held by the Graduate School of Science for the Department. Department of Flight Training selects 10 students through the specific selection procedures including Aptitude Tests. Aircraft fleet of the School consists of AA-5B Tiger, TB-20 Trinidad, TB-9 Tampico, Beechcraft Duchees 76, King Air C-90, and King Air 200 types of aircraft. Two multi-engine and three single engine flight simulators are also used. Each academic staff member of the department is given a personal computer for her/his own exclusive use. A computer laboratory equipped with 32 personal computers, which are connected to the Internet, is open to our students. Another computer laboratory which has 36 personal computers and a data show system is used for seminars and educational purposes. In addition, the School's conference hall of capacity of 110 which is fully equipped can be used by the Department at any time. Qualified personnel meeting international standards have been trained by flight training programmes. Our graduates can easily find job oppurtinities in Turkish Airlines and throughout the aviation industry. We have graduates and undergraduates attending to Department of Flight Training programmes from other nations such as Azerbaijan.

PROGRAM

1. PERIOD / 1. PHASE Physics I Mathematics General Aircraft Knowledge Meteorology Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution TÜR 103 Turkish Language ING 113 (Eng) English Speaking Skills I FIZ 109 MAT 135 PLT 103 SHU 102 TAR 253 1. PERIOD / 2. PHASE International Agreements and Organizations PLT 106 Basics of Aircraft II PLT 110 Air Traffic Services PLT 227 The Earth and Solar System TAR 253 Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution BIL 151 (Eng) Fundamentals of Information Technology ING 114 (Eng) English Speaking Skills II Elective Course (1) PLT 104

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30,0 1. PERIOD / 3. PHASE Basics of Aircraft III General Navigation and Flight Planning I PLT 225 Aerodynamics PLT 229 Radio Navigation Aids PLT 231 Piston and Jet Engines PLT 233 Flight Performance PLT 235 Flight Operations PLT 237 Flight Procedures SAG 102 First Aid PLT 203 PLT 221 2. PERIOD / 1. PHASE Aeronautical Information Publication 28+0 204 Normal Procedures I 12+0 206 Emergency Procedures I 12+0 212 Flight Meteorology 30+0 216 Human Performance and Limitations 44+0 220 Avionics 12+0 224 Standard Operational Procedures I 12+0 234 Introduction to Aircraft Types I 30+0 236 Flight and Ground Safety I 15+0 238 Practice in Flight I 0+15 232 (Eng) Air Traffic Communication I 24+18

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3. PERIOD / 3. PHASE PLT 432 Modern Instrument Systems PLT 434 Radio Instrument Cross Country PLT 435 Practice in Flight VI PLT 438 36+0 4,5 PLT 440 50+0 6,0 PLT 444 0+30 6,0 PLT 446 PLT 448 683 PLT 452 PLT 454 22,5

3. PERIOD / 4. PHASE Normal Procedures III Emergency Procedures IV Standard Operation Procedures V Radar, Autopilot and GPS Introduction to Aircraft Types III Multy Crew Cooperation (MCC) Practice in Flight VII 12+0 1,5 12+0 1,5 12+0 1,5 12+0 1,5 20+0 3,0 36+0 4,5 0+15 4,5

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BEÖ 155 Physical Education MÜZ 155 Turkish Folk Music 2+0 3,0 2+0 3,0

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BEÖ 155 Physical Education 2+0 3,0 Definition of Physical Education and Sports; Aims, Disadvantages of Inactive Life; Various Activities for Physical Education; Recreation; Human Physiology; First Aid; Sports Branches: Definition, Rules and Application; Keep Fit Programs. BIL 151 Fundamentals of Information Technology 2+2 4,5 Introduction to Information Technology; Information Age and Information Society; Information Systems; Concept of Algorithm; Basics of Algorithm; Computer Organization; Operating Sy stems: Definition, Functions and types of operating systems; Computer Software; Application Software: Word-processing software, Reports and spreadsheet software, Software for drawing, Presentation software; Database Concepts: Definition and types of databases; Data Communications and Computer Networks; Using E -mail, FTP, Internet and WWW; Use of Internet; Seeking Information; Accessing Information. BIL 162 Introduction to Computer Programming 2+2 4,5 Fundamentals of Computers: Introduction to computers; Structure and main units of computers; TURBO PASCAL Programming Language: Fundamentals of computer programming languages and Turbo Pascal, Characters used in Turbo Pascal and the punctuation, Constants, variables and operators, Introduction to programming, Conditional branching, Loops, One and two dimensional arrays, Procedures and functions. BIL 257 Computer Programming 2+2 4,5 Analysis of a C Program; Keywords; Variables, Constants and declaring a function or an array; Data Types Used in C; Operators and Precedence; Declaration of Data; Basic I/O Statements: Getchar(), Getch(), Getche(), Putchar(), Gets(), Puts(), Printf(), Scanf(); Loop Statements: For, While, DoWhile; Decision Statements: If-Else, Switch, Case; Strings and Arrays: One dimensional arrays, Multidimensional arrays; Pointers; Character Strings; Functions; Term Project. BIL 259 Introduction to Computer Programming 2+2 3,0 Fundamentals of Computers: Introduction to computers; Structure and main units of computers; TURBO PASCAL Programming Language: Fundamentals of computer programming languages and Turbo Pascal; Characters used in Turbo Pascal and the punctuation; Constants; variables and operators; Introduction to programming; Conditional branching; Loops; One and two dimensional arrays; Procedures and functions. ELE 201 Electric Electronic Circuits 3+1 4,5 Direct Current: Electron theory, Current, Voltage, Resistance, Law of Ohm, Energy and power, D.C. circuits, Circuit theorems and conversions, Methods of circuit analysis; Alternative Current: Production of A.C., Magnetism, Capacitance and inductance, Serial/paralel RLC circuits, Resonance, Radio receivers, Filters, A.C. power, Power compensation; Semi Conductors: Principles and features of diodes, Principles and features of transistors, Transistor circuits; Integrated Circuits: Logic gates, Flip flops. ELE 202 Electrical Machinery 3+2 6,0 Magnetic Circuits and Transformers: Magnetic circuits, Generation of AC voltage, Ideal transformers, Three phase transformers, Special transformers; Electromechanical Energy Conversion Principle: Energy balance, Singleexcited and multiple-excited magnetic circuits; Basic Concepts of Rotating Machines: Synchronous machines, DC machines, Rotating magnetic field; DC Machines: DC generators, DC motors, Speed control of DC motors; Induction Machines: Principles of operation, Analysis of equivalent circuit; Starting and Speed Control Methods; Synchronous Machines: Salient pole structure, Cylindrical rotor structure, Parameters of equivalent circuit, Regulation and efficiency. ELE 205 Circuit Analysis I 3+2 6,0 Electron Theory: Atoms, Molecules, Conductors, Isolators, Semiconductors, Coulomb Law; Definitions and Units: Current, Voltage, Resistance, Power; DC Circuits: Series and parallel sources, Ohm's and Kirchhoff's Laws, Resistance, Voltage, Current calculations; Resistance: Color codes, Series and parallel resistances; Techniques of Circuit Analysis: Nodal and Mesh Analysis, Thévenin's and Norton's Theorems; Magnetisms, Magnetic field; Capacitor and Inductor: Capacitance and inductance in series and parallel circuits; RL, RC, RLC Circuits: Unit step function; Natural and forced response. ELE 210 Circuit Analysis II 2+2 4,5 Sinusoidal Analysis: Characteristics of sinusoids, Determination of phase, period, frequency, instantaneous, average, root mean square values, Triangular and square waveforms, Phasor: Phasor relationships for R, L and C, Impedance, Admittance; Sinusoidal Steady-State Response:

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Nodal and mesh analysis, Superposition and Thévenin?s Theorem, Phasor Diagrams, Current-voltage phasor relationships for parallel and series circuits; Powers of the RLC Circuits: Instantaneous and average power, Effective values of current and voltage, Apparent power and power factor, Principles of single and three phase. ELE 301 Electrical Machinery 2+2 4,5 Transformers: Primary and secondary c oils, Turn ratio, Determination of induced emf., transformer action under load and no-load conditions, transformer losses, efficiency, 3 phase transformers. DC Machinery: Basic motor and generator theory, types of DC generator, series, shunt, compound generator and its characteristics. DC motor characteristics, speed control, losses, efficiency AC Machinery: construction of AC machinery. Determination of induced emf. Types of AC generators and motors, action under load and no load conditions, power, start procedures, speed control ELE 451 Electromagnetic Wave Theory 3+0 4,5 Vector Analysis; Coordinate Systems and Transformation; Vector Calculus: Differential length, Area and volume, Divergance theorem, Stoke's theorem; Electrostatic Fields: Coulomb's law, Gauss's law, Electric potential and dipole; Magnetic Fields: Ampere's law and applications, Magnetic flux density, Maxwell's equations for static EM Fields; Maxwell's Equations: Faraday's law, Maxwell's equations in final forms, Time-harmonic fields; Electromagnetic Wave Propagation: Wave propagation in lossy dielectric, Plane waves in losses dielectric, free space and good conductors. ELO 202 Electronic Circuits I 2+2 4,5 Theory of Semiconductor: Carriers; Diode symbols and characteristics, P and N type materials, Majority and minority carriers, PN junction, Clampers, clippers and rectifiers, Types of diodes; Transistors: Transistor symbols and characteristics, PNP and NPN type transistors, Base, emitter, collector configurations, DC biasing, Amplificators: Transistor AC modeling and equivalent circuits, Current and voltage gain, input and output impedance, multi-stage circuit principles; FET's: DC biasing, AC modeling and equivalent circuits. ELO 303 Electronic Circuits II 2+1 3,0 Field Effect Transistors (FET) and AC/DC Analysis: Definitions, Junction field effect transistors (JFETS), Metal oxide FETS (MOSFETS), Complementary metal oxide semiconductors; Integrated Circuits: Linear integrated circuits, Operational amplifiers, Active filters with opamp; Voltage Regulators and Rectifiers: Half wave and full wave rectifiers, Rectifiers with zener diode, Rectifiers with transistors, Rectifiers with integrated circuits, Switching mode regulators; Oscillators: Stable multi-vibrators, Unstable multi-vibrators, Voltage controlled oscillators, Phase locked loop oscillators; Amplifiers with Feedback: Definitions of feedback, Opamp applications. ELO 305 Logic Circuits 2+2 4,5

Introduction: Signals; Digital Representation of Information; Algebra of Logical Variables: Basic logical functions; NOT, OR and AND Gates; Boolean Algebraic Theorems; De Morgan Theorem; Arithmetic Representation of Signed Numbers: One's and two's complement; Standard Forms of Logical Functions; Karnaugh Maps; Basic Combinational Circuits: Encoders, Decoders, Multiplexers and demultiplexers; Flip Flops and Registers; Sequential Circuits: Counters. ELO 403 Microcomputers 2+1 3,0 Number Systems: Decimal to binary conversion, Hexadecimal to binary conversion; Introduction to Microcomputers: ALU and memory types, Register types; Bus Structure: Address bus, Data bus, Control bus, Memory addressing and decoding technique; Introduction to 8080 and 8085 CPU: Construction, Instruction timing, Interrupt structure, Registers, Addressing technique, Programming technique and sample programs; Parallel Input Output: 8155 Parallel I/O. FIN 202 Financial Management 3+0 5,0 Definition and Aim of Financial Management in Firms; Using Ratios, Breakeven and Operating Leverage in Financial Analysis; Fund Flow Statement; Pro forma Budget as Instrument of Financial Planning; Working Capital Management; Cash Management; Inventory Management; Interest Factor in Investment Decisions; Capital Budgeting; Debt Management; Using Other Financial Instruments; Cost of Capital. FIZ 105 Physics I 4+0 6,0 Measurement and Units: Measurement, Units, Dimensional analysis; Vectors: Vector and scalar quantities, Coordinate systems and frames of reference; Kinematics: Motion in one dimension, Motion in two dimensions; Dynamics; Work and E nergy; Momentum and Collisions; Rotational Motion: Angular velocity and angular acceleration, Moments of inertia, Work and energy in rotational motion; Static Equilibrium. FIZ 107 Physics Laboratory I 0+2 1,5 SI Unit System and Dimension Analysis; Measurement and Error Calculations; Graph Analysis; Principles of Experimental Studying and Preparation of Experimental Reports; Variation of Range due to Shooting Angle; Conservation of Energy; Motion with Constant Acceleration; Measurement of Angular Velocity; Determination of Moment of Inertia; Freely Falling; Simple Pendulum; Motion on Inclined Plane; Mass-spring System; Viscosity. FIZ 109 Physics I 2+0 3,0 Measurement and Physical Quantities: Standarts international, Scalar and vector quantities, Addition of vectors, Components of vector; Kinematics: Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration, One- dimensional motion with constant velocity, One- dimensional motion with constant acceleration; Dynamics; Laws of dynamics, Weight and mass, Force of friction; Work and Energy: Conversion of

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energy, Conservation of energy, Power, Efficiency; Impulse and Momentum: Conservation of momentum, Collisions; Equilibrium: The conditions of equilibrium of a rigid object, Center of mass, Moment of any force. FIZ 305 Space Physics 3+0 4,5 Coordinate systems; Characteristics of dynamic mass on atmospheric conditions; Characteristics of dynamic mass in space; Locatable modeling on atmospheric conditions; Interactions of dynamic mass to its located space-time; Static and dynamic energy of mass; Fundamentals of spacetime; Analysis of gravitational forces on mass; Interactions of dynamic mass and space-time. HEE 103 Basics of Aircraft 4+0 6,0 Basic Definitions: Motion; Relative Motion; Aviation electricity; Electronic; Air; Atmosphere; Electrical Properties; Risks; Lift in Air: Flight; Analysis of Aerodynamic Air Resistance; Analysis of air Velicles: Balloon; Zeppelin; Glider; Airplane; Helicopter; Parachute; Basic Aircraft Aerodynamics; Aircraft Components Wing and Its Components; Aircraft Power plant Groups; Air frame; Flight Control Systems; Tail plans; Landing Gears; Aircraft Equipment: General Knowledge; Aircraft electrical and electronic systems; Avionics; Study of Aircraft in Inventory; Study of the Airfield and Maintenance Facilities. HEE 204 Navigation Systems 3+0 4,5 General Information about Radio Waves; Classification of Navigation System; ADF (Automatic Direction Finder); VOR (VHF Omni Range); DME (Distance Measuring Equipment); TACAN (Tactical Air Navigation); ILS (Instrument Landing System); MLS (Microwave Landing System); RA (Radio Altimeter); GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System); RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging); GCA (Ground Control Approach); OMEGA; GPS (Global Positioning System); INS (Inertial Navigation System). HEE 206 Automatic Control Systems 2+2 4,5 Introduction to Control Systems: Definitions, Open and closed loop control, Stability; Mathematical Substructure: Laplace transformation, Inverse Laplace transformation; Mathematical Modeling of Systems: Transfer functions, Block diagrams, Obtaining the transfer functions of systems; Controllers and Effects: Linear controller, Integral and derivative controllers, Effect of controllers on control system performance; Transient Response Analysis: First order systems, Second order systems, High order systems, Routh's stability criterion, Error Analysis: Error coefficients. HEE 208 Basic Aircraft Airframe Systems 3+0 4,5 Aircraft Hydraulic Systems: Basic principles, Hydraulic fluids, Basic hydraulic systems, Hydraulic system components, Special types of aircraft hydraulic systems; Aircraft Pneumatic Systems: Pneumatic system components, Special types of aircraft pneumatic systems; Aircraft Fuel Systems: Fuel types used in aviation, Aircraft fuel systems and components, Multi-engine aircraft fuel systems, Defueling, Fuel system indicators; Cabin

Atmosphere Control Systems: Air conditioning and pressurization systems, Oxygen systems; Ice, Rain and Fire Protection Systems. HEE 301 Sensors and Measuring Systems 3+0 4,5 Introduction; Methods of Statistical Analyses; Metrological Characteristics of Sensors: Sensitivity, Active sensors, Passive sensors, Factors affecting measurement, Linearity, Rapidity, Resolution, Hysteresis error, Linearity error, Calibration, Measurement errors; Measurement of Temperature; Measurement of Pressure: Pitot-Static system; Measurement of Liquid Pressure; Measurement of Vibration; Measurement of rpm; Measurement of Fuel Level. HEE 305 Microwave 2+2 4,5 Electromagnetic Fundamentals: Definition of electromagnetic wave and propagation; Transmission Lines: Characteristic impedance, Propagation velocity and attenuation constant, Standing waves, Reflection coefficient; Smith Chart; Microwave Transmission Lines: Two- wire lines and coaxial lines, Wave guides; Passive Microwave Components: Connectors, Attenuators, Isolators, Filters; Active Microwave Components: Velocity modulation, Klystron oscillators and amplifiers, Magnetron; Antennas: Types of antennas and arrays; Microwave Measurements: Noise, Frequency, power and VSWR measurements. HEE 306 Communication Systems 2+2 4,5 Introduction of Communication Systems; Communication Fundamentals: Fourier analysis, Noise, Sampling theorem, Filters, Oscillators; Amplitude Modulation: Mathematical expression of AM, Generation of AM, Types of AM; Single Side Band Techniques: Definition of SSB and modulation techniques; Angle Modulation: Angle modulation theorem, Frequency modulation, Mathematical expression, Wave spectrum, Modulation methods, Comparing of FM and AM; Radio Receivers: Types of receiver, AM receivers, FM receivers; Digital Modulation: Definition, Types of modulation and methods (PAM, PCM, TDM); Fiber optics. HEE 307 Aircraft Electrical Systems 2+2 4,5 Electrical Power: Main parts of electrical power system, AC/DC generation and distribution, Supply of electrical power distribution; Power Distribution Part: Main AC distribution, Power source switching, Parallel operation of generators, Ground power source switching, DC essential power; Emergency Power Distribution; Distribution Components: Power relays, Fuse, Circuit breaker functions and markings, Current transformer; AC Generation: Generator basic function, Basic of 3 phase generator, Aircraft constant speed generator, Brushless generator, Generator cooling and connections, Static inverter, VSCF. HEE 308 Power Plant Workshop 0+3 3,0 Usage of Hand Tools; Usage of Technical Orders; Reciprocating Engine Overhaul: Lubricant, fuel, hot/cold air condition systems; Supercharging/Turbocharging; Engine Monitoring and Ground Operating; Lock-Wiring

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Techniques; Gas Turbine Engines: Air inlet, Compressors, Combustion chamber; Turbine Section: Types of turbine blades and their operating characteristics; Exhaust; Bearings and Seals; Lubrication Systems; Fuel Systems; Air Systems; Starting and Ignition Systems; Engine Indication Systems; Turboprop Engines, Turbo shaft Engines; Troubleshooting. HEE 401 Automatic Flight Control 3+0 4,5 Flight Control Surfaces; Aircraft Stability: Dynamic and static stability, Longitudinal and lateral stability; Flight Control System Instruments; Automatic Control Fundamentals and Servomechanism: Automatic flight control system components; Sensing State Variations: Gyroscope and its properties, State sensor placement; Defining Command Signals; Processing and Converting Command Signals and Data Transmission; Digital Flight Control Computer; Outer Loop Control: Selecting vertical velocity and keeping it in desired value, Keeping the heading in desired value, Instrument landing system; Power Control by Command Signals. HEE 403 Aircraft Instruments 3+1 4,5 Requirements and Standards; Elements and Mechanism; Instrument Terminology; Atmosphere; Instrument Displays; Panels and Layout; Instrument Grouping; Mounting Met hods; Magnetic Indicators and Flow Lines; Illumination of Instruments and Panels; Pressure Measurement; Motor Pressure Indicators; Oil Pressure Indicating System; Pressure Instruments; Barometers; Pitot-Static Systems; Sensitive Altimeter; Rate of Climb Indicator; Measurement of Airspeed; Machmeter; Airspeed Indicators; Control Air Data Computer; Gyroscopes. HEE 405 Distance Measuring Equipment 2+2 4,5 Introduction to DME; How Far I Am: Calculation of distance; Specifications: Frequency band; Type of Modulation: Pulse modulation, Characteristics of mode X and Y, UHF pulse, Spectrum of transponder pulse, Pulse repetition frequency, Identification, Dead time, Time delay; DME Performance: Coverage, System capacity, Accuracy; Transponder; Receiver: Diplexer, Reception detection control unit, Receiver, Synthesizer; Video Module; Decoder Module; Transmitter: Shaper module, Modulator, Amplifiers, Locking control; Supervising Function: Monitors, Test generators; Control function, Maintenance function; Thomson DME 740. HEE 406 Instrument Landing System/VHF Omni Range 2+2 4,5 Mathematical Background; Line Circuits Used in ILS/VOR; 3 db Coupler; Specifications of ILS: Definitions of approach and landing path, Electrical definition of localizer and glide path; Separate Amplitude Modulation; Antenna Combinations; Localizer Signal; Glide Path Signal; ILS Errors; Thomson ILS 381; Specifications of VOR: Azimuth, Using of VOR in navigation, Electrical definition of azimuth; VOR Reference Signal; VOR Variable Signal; VOR Error Curves; Thomson VOR 540 C.

HEE 407 Airframe Workshop 0+3 3,0 Fasteners: Nuts, bolts, sticks, screws, aircraft rivets; Tubes pipes and connectors; Spring, Bearing, Transmissions; Control Cables; Safety Rules: Aircraft and workshop; Applications of workshop; Tool/Set; Adaptations and Openness; Tubes and Hoses; Safety Methods; Sheet Metal Layout, Metal Plate Operations: Welding, Plating, Soldering and Stick; Aircraft Weight and Balance; Aircraft Handling and Storage; Measuring Equipments; Sheet Metal Layout; Manufacturing the Aircraft Components by Calculating Their Work Dimensions. HEE 408 Radar Systems 3+0 4,5 Principles of Primary Radar: Radar parameters, Frequency and wave length, PRI, PRF, PW; Antenna and Radom; Duplexer; Radar Transmitter and Receiver; Radar Display; Radar Range Equition; Resolution: Range resolution, Azimuth resolution; Doppler Radar: Doppler effect, doppler frequency, Airborne pulsed doppler radar, MTI, CW radar; Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR), SSR interrogation and reply format, SSR transponder, ORCAM; Monopulse SSR; Mode's; Airborne Radar Applications: Weather radar, WAR, SAR, Radio Altimeter. HEE 409 Antennas 3+0 4,5 Review of Electromagnetic Fundamentals; Review of Microwave Fundamentals: Antenna types; Radiation patterns; Radiation power density; Radiation intensity; Bandwidth polarization; Half-wavelength dipole; Loop antenna; Aperture antenna; Horn antenna; Micro strip antenna; Antenna arrays; Broadband antennas; Antenna measurements; Antenna applications. HEE 410 Aircraft Electricity Workshop 0+3 3,0 Electrical Cables and Connectors; Electric Avionic General Test Equipment; Electrical Power: Batteries, DC power, AC power, Voltage regulation, Power distribution, Inverters, Transformers, Rectifiers, Circuit protection, External/Ground power; Equipment and Furnishings; Flight Controls; Air Conditioning and Air Supply; Ice and Rain Protection; Fuel Systems; Avionic Systems; Landing Gear; Instrument Systems; Lights; On Board Maintenance Systems; Engine Starting and Ignition Systems. HEE 412 Aircraft Communication Systems 2+0 3,0 Flight Interphone System; Service Interphone System; Ground Crew Call System; Flight Crew Call System; Passenger Address System; VHF Communications; HF Communications; Selective Calling System; Emergency Locator Transmitter; Voice Recorder System; Flight Data Recorder System; Printing System; Aural Warning System; Master Caution System; Takeoff / Landing Warning System; Clocks; Passenger Entertainment System/Audio; Passenger Entertainment System/Video. HEE 414 Advanced Technology Instrument Systems 4+0 6,0 Pitot-Static System; Air Data Inertial Reference System; Over Speed Warning System; Radio Altimeter System; Weather Radar System; Instrument Landing System; VOR

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System; Marker Beacon system; Distance Measuring Equipment System; Automatic Direction Finder System; Global Positioning System; Air Traffic Control System; Traffic Collision Avoidance System; Ground Proximity Warning System; Air Data Instruments; Standby Magnetic Compass; Standby Attitude Reference System; Radio Magnetic Indicator. HEE 416 Aircraft Electricity Workshop 0+6 4,5 Electrical Cables and Connectors; Electric Avionic General Test Equipment; Electrical Power: Batteries, DC power, AC power, Voltage regulation, Power distribution, Inverters, Transformers, Rectifiers, Circuit protection, External/Ground power; Equipment and Furnishings; Flight Controls; Air Conditioning and Air Supply; Ice and Rain Protection; Fuel Systems; Avionic Systems; Landing Gear; Instrument Systems; Lights; On Board Maintenance Systems; Engine Starting and Ignition Systems. HEE 498 Applications of Avionics 0+6 4,5 Research Techniques: Basic research and applied research, Data collection techniques, Data processing; Research Methods: Subject selection, Subject restriction, Reference collection; Detailed Research on a Subject in Avionics: Definition of the problem or the subject in details, Definition of solution techniques or analysis methods, Research and performing practical work, Results; Reporting: Page set up, Sentence structure, Headings, Abbreviation formats, Figure and table formats, Table of references format. HTK 101 Aircraft Basic Knowledge 4+0 6,0 Theory of Flight: Aerostatics, Aerodynamics; Basic Aerodynamics: Physical characteristics of air, Standard atmosphere, Airflow, Components of aerodynamic force, Aerodynamic moment, L/D ratio; Wing: Geometrical, structural and aerodynamic characteristics, Wing configurations, Flaps; Fuselage: Geometrical, structural and aerodynamic characteristics; Landing Gear: Types and components; Flight Control Surfaces: Primary flight control surfaces, Tabs; Aircraft Power plants: Reciprocating engines and propeller, Gas turbine engines. HTK 202 Aerodrome Control Procedure 4+0 6,0 Division of Responsibility for Control Between air Traffic Control Units; Flight Plans; Aerodrome Control Tower; Information to Aircraft by Aerodrome control Towers; Traffic and Taxi Patterns; Selection of Runway in Use; Separation of Aircraft and Vehicles on the Maneuvering Area; Control o traffic in the Traffic Circuit; Control of f Departing Aircraft; Control of Arriving Aircraft; Wake Turbulence Categories; Authorization of Special VFR Flights, Emergency Procedures; Other Functions of Aerodrome Control.

of Call Sign; Traffic Information; Meteorological Conditions; Position Reporting; Additional Reports; Radar Phraseology; Identification of Aircraft; Position Information; Vectoring Instructions; Termination of Radar Vectoring; Traffic Information and Avoiding Action; Communications and Loss of Communications; Termination of Radar Service; Vectoring for Approach. HTK 205 Communication and Navigation Systems 3+0 4,5 General Information About Radio Waves; Classification of Navigation System; ADF (Automatic Direction Finder); VOR (VHF Omni Directional Range); DME (Distance Measuring Equipment); TACAN (Tactical Air Navigation); ILS (Instrument Landing System); MLS (Microwave Landing System); RA (Radio Altimeter); GPWS(Ground Proximity Warning System); RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging); GCA (Ground Control Approach); OMEGA; GPS (Global Positioning System); INS (Inertial Navigation System). HTK 206 Aviation Terminology 2+0 3,0 Aeronautical Abbreviations; International Organizations; Air Traffic Units; Aeronautical Publications; Aerodrome Units; Airline Companies; Aeronautical Messages; Meteorological Messages; Navigation Assistance; Strip Marking; Aeronautical Definitions; Air Traffic Services; Aerodrome Anatomy; Controlled Airspace and Airways; Flight Conditions (VFR, IFR, special VFR) Restricted, Prohibited and Dangerous Airspaces; Aircraft Type and Characteristics; Radar; Meteorology. HTK 207 Aircraft Performance 2+0 3,0 Requirements and Related Documents; Charge Coefficients and Design Speeds; Maximum Design Weights; Take off Restrictions; Extended Twin Engine Operations; Landing Restrictions; Restriction Balance; Weight and Balance; General Flight Equations; Navigation, Climbing, Landing and Holding; Operational Procedures; Preparation of Flight Management; Flight Management; Flight Tolerances, Realization of Flight. HTK 210 Aerodrome Control Simulation 4+4 9,0 VFR Traffics; Taxi instructions; ATC clearances; Separation between VFR traffics; Control of Arriving/Departing VFR Flights and Control of Aircraft with Vehicles on the Ground; EMG; R/F; with VFR traffics; Separation between IFR/ VFR traffics; Arriving and departing VFR traffic with IFR arrivals making instrument approach; Arriving IFR traffic and traffic on pattern; Mixed traffic; IFR/VFR arrival traffic and IFR arrival executing missed approach; Change of Runway; Visual approach; IFR visual approach and IFR/VFR flights; Operational Efficiency. HTK 212 Non-Radar Control Procedures 5+0 7,5 ATC Certification And Qualification; Distribution of ATS Responsibility; Explaining Coordination Principles; Define Need of Coordination; Definitions; Separation Standards; Air Traffic Control Clearances And Strip Markings;

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Essential Traffic; Control of Departure/Arrival Aircraft; Visual Approach; Parallel Runways; Emergency Situations; Phraseology; Synthetic Area; RVR; Coordination; ACAS/TCAS; Extraordinary Situations; Radio Failure; Hijacking; Engine Failure/Emergency. HTK 213 Air Traffic Communication I 2+2 4,5 Radio Techniques, Phonetic Alphabet And Morse Code; How To Say Numbers Time System Abbreviations; Standard Phraseology; Standard Words And Definitions; Call Signs; Type of Call Signs; Correction; Read Back Frequency Change; Radio Check; Engine Start Up Procedures And Taxi Instructions; Take Off Clearance Enroute Procedures; Position Reports; Flight Level or Altitude; Approach And Traffic Pattern Procedures; Vacating the Runway After Landing; Radio Failure; Transponder Procedures; Distress Communications; Urgency Communications. HTK 214 Air Traffic Communication II 2+0 3,0 How To Say Time And Use of Time; Explanation of Special Terms; Standard Phraseologies; Procedures of IFR Air Traffic Communication; Engine Start-Up; Taxi; Enroute; Approach And Radar Approach Procedures; Precision And Non-Precision Approach; Clearance Procedures And Transfer of Communication; Telecommunications Network; Selcal Procedures; Transponder Procedures; General Examples. HTK 216 Air Traffic Rules and Services 5+0 7,5 Definitions; Abbreviations; Applicability of the Rules of the Air; Territorial Application of the Rules of the Air; Compliance with the Rules of the Air; Responsibility for Compliance with the Rules of the Air; Collision Avoidance; Proximity; Intersection; Landing; Signals for use in the event of interception; Flight Plans; Submission of a Flight Plan; Contents of a Flight Plan; Filling Flight Plan; Visual Flight Rules; Instrument Flight Rules; Minimum Flight Altitudes; Canceling IFR to VFR; Interception of Civil Aircraft and Escort. HTK 301 Navigation 3+0 4,5 Fundamentals of Navigation; The Solar System; The Earth; Time and Time Conversions; Distances; Magnetism and Compasses; Charts; Dead Reckoning Navigation (DR); Inflight Navigation; Flight Log; IFR and VFR Planning; VOR, ADF, GPS, ILS, DME, AIP and Jeppesen. HTK 306 Radar Technology 4+0 6,0 The Basics of Radar; Primary Surveillance Radar (PSR); Pulse Radar; Radar Coverage; Antenna and Radom; Transmitter; Receiver and Dupplexer; Display; Radar Range Equation; Target'Position Differances; Radar Resolution Ability; The Factors of Seperation Minima in Air Traffic Control Radar; Clutter and Anti-Clutter Techniques; MTI; Air traffic Control Radars: ASR, ARSR, ASDE, PAR; Secondary Surveillance Radar(SSR): SSR interrogation and reply format, Transponder, Originating region code assignment method (ORCAM), Code distribution and categories; The Monopulse SSR; Mode-S.

HTK 309 Instrument Flight Procedures 4+2 7,5 General Criteria: Speed, Aircraft categories, Turn performance, Wind effect and wind spiral, Climb and descent rate, Minimum obstacle clearance, Fix and fix tolerances, Flight technical tolerances; Conventional Holding Procedures, Instrument approach segment: Arrival, Initial approach, Intermediate approach, Final approach, Missed approach, Non precision approach: Protection areas, Obstacle clearance, Circling approach; Precision approach: Obstacle assessment surface (OAS), Collision Risk Model (CRM); Departure procedures; Area navigation (RNAV) Procedures: VOR/DME RNAV, DME/DME RNAV, GNSS RNAV, RNAV Holding, RNAV Approach, RNAV Departure; Procedure design exercise. HTK 310 Non Radar Area Control Simulation 4+2 7,5 Over flying traffic (without separation problem); Addition of conflict situations for aircraft on crossing traces and airways; Longitudinal and vertical separation problems of aircraft along the same track; Addition of conflict situations with traffic climbing and descending on reciprocal tracks; Addition of departing traffic; Addition of traffic separation problems requiring lateral separation; emergency descent; radio failure; communication failure. HTK 311 Non Radar Approach Control Simulation 4+2 7,5 Control of IFR arrivals from outside controlled airspace; Control of IFR departures leaving controlled airspace; Control of IFR arrivals staying within controlled airspace; Control of IFR departures staying within controlled airspace; Simultaneous control of IFR departures and arrivals; IFR arrivals and departures via ATS routes, coordination with ACC and Tower; IFR departures via ATS routes, coordination with ACC and Tower; IFR arrivals and visual approaches; Control of IFR arrivals on missed approaches: IFR flights making emergency descents and landings. HTK 312 Aeronautical Communications 2+0 3,0 Communication Systems; Activity and Quality in Communication; Aeronautical Communication Procedures; CIDIN/SITA; Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network (AFTN); Message Format; Parts of Messages; Priorities; Types of Message; Preparation of a Flight Plan in Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network Format; Service Messages; Codes and Identifications Used in Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network Messages; Decoding an AFTN Message; Flight Data Process; Communication Equipment; VHF and UHF Radio Systems; TDM; SSB; Landline Telephones; Intercom; CPDLC; SELCAL. HTK 313 Human Factors 4+0 6,0 Human in Civil Aviation System; Aviation Safety: Human factors; Human Factors: Human error, Error models; Controller Performance; The Factors That Affecting Performance; Human Information Processing; Individual Differences; Organizational Factors; Stress; Automation;

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Human-machine Interface; Workload; Future Systems and Human Factors. HTK 401 Radar Control Procedures 4+0 6,0 Introduction; Radar; Presentation of Radar Information; Functions of Radar; Use of Radar in the Air Traffic Control Service; Radar Services; Radar Identification Procedures; Primary Radar (PSR), Secondary Radar (SSR); Misidentification; Factors Causing Misidentification; Loss of Radar Identity; Radar Vectoring; Speed Control; Separation Application of Radar Separation and Minimum Radar Separation; Traffic and Position Information; Emergencies; Phraseology; Strip Marking; Introduction of the Real and Synthetic Terminal Area Configuration for Practical Training. HTK 406 Aviation Psychology 3+0 4,5 Definition of Aviation Psychology and History; Human Information Processing; Vigilance and Attention; Senses and Perception; Definition of Attention: Main factors affecting person's attention level, Attention in working group; Perception: Senses and functions of perception; Memory and Learning: Basic forms and types of memory; Definition of Motivation: Relationship between motivation and learning, Performance and attention; Personality: Definition, Developing stages, Personality disorders; Human Error and Decision Making; Communication: Various levels of communication, Communication practice in regard to preventing or solving conflicts; Stress Management Techniques. HTK 408 Air Traffic Management 3+0 4,5 Origin and Development of Air Traffic Management: History of air traffic control, Development of air transportation; Air Traffic Management Definition and Components: Air traffic services, Air traffic control, Alerting services, Flight information services, Air traffic system components, Airspace, Technical equipment, Aeroplane, Human factors, Air traffic flow management, Congestion flow management, Airspace management, Traffic flow and capacity, Separation assurance; Air Traffic Management Functions: Organization, Planning, Control, Coordination, Staffing; Capacity and Efficiency definitions in Air Traffic System; Recent Problems in Air Traffic Management: Performance shortfalls in air traffic management, Safety, Capacity, Efficiency, Costeffectiveness; Potential Solutions: ICAO special committee on future air navigation systems, Implementation of the future CNS/ATM system. HTK 409 Civil-Military Air Traffic Coordination 2+0 3,0 Development of National Aviation; Flight Safety; Turkish Civil Aviation Law; Training Areas of Military Bases; Flight Organization of Military Bases; Military Terminal Areas of Turkish Air Space; ATC Coordination of CivilMilitary ATC Units in Case of Crisis; Civil-M ilitary Coordination During Exercises; Interception of Civil Aircraft; Onsite Visit of Military Units. Development of national aviation; Flight safety; Turkish Civil Aviation Law; Military terminal areas; Air Defense Notification

Center (ADNC); Coordination between civil and military ATC units; Air defense activities; the mission of ADNC; Radar control services; VIP traffic; Responsibilities of civil/military ATC units in uncertainty phase; Civil and Military coordination during national and NATO exercises; Interception of civil aircraft. HTK 412 Modern Instrument Systems 2+0 3,0 Basic Optics and Display Types; Displayed Flight Information; EFIS, ECAM, FWS; ARINC 429, ARINC 629; Structure of Avionics Systems; BITE (Built In Test Equipment); Maintenance Levels; Troubleshooting Classification; Structure of BITE; Navigation Systems of Modern Aircraft; Calculation of Flight Information; Transferring Information to Flight Crew; VOR; ILS and MRK Systems; TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System); Structure and Operation; Transferring Information to Flight Crew; CMS (Central Maintenance System): General structure; Report Types. HTK 413 Radar Approach Control Simulation 4+2 7,5 Identification and vectoring traffic through a U-shaped airway using PSR methods; Identification and vectoring traffic through two half-circle shaped airway using PSR methods; Identification and vectoring traffic into the three V-shaped funnels using PSR methods; Vectoring aircraft for ILS approaches; Identification, vectoring and transfer of control of an aircraft approaching from outside controlled airspace; Emergency descents and landings; Communication failures; Radar equipment failure. HTK 414 Radar Area Control Simulation 4+2 7,5 Identifying controlled over-flight traffic by PSR methods; Identifying controlled over-flight traffic by SSR methods; Vectoring traffic in order to achieve required en-route radar separation; Vectoring traffic in order to issue requested flight level; Separation of crossing traffic at the same flight level: Vectoring aircraft around unknown traffic; Coordination with adjacent radar units; Radio failure and emergency procedures; Combined simulation of approach and area control units with hand-over and coordination. HTK 415 Air Traffic Flow Management 3+0 4,5 CFMU (Central Flow Management Unit); FMP's (Flow Management Position's); Area of Resposibility; Organization: FDO (CFMU Flight Data Operation Division); IFPS (Integrated Initial Fligh Plan Processing System); CFMU Strategic System (STRAT); CFMU ATS Data Bank Substructure Facilitys; CFMU Archive System; CEU (Central Executive Unit); CFMU Tactical System (TACT); Aircraft Operator Contact Office; CFMU Operational Procedures; ATFM (Air Traffic Flow Management); Application of ATFM Measures; Exemption and Priorities; Re-routing; Slot Allocation and monitoring; ATFM and departing aircraft. HTK 416 Radar Traffic Coordination 4+2 7,5 Cooperation and coordination agreements; Coordination of flight movements; Transfer of control responsibility on flights; Transfer of control between approach and area

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control; holding procedures; calculating EAT and EFC; coordination between ACC, APP, TWR, FIC and other control centers; Information on essential traffic and its coordination within controlled airspace and outside controlled airspace; missed approach; communication failures; emergency situation; wind and runway change; radar equipment failure. HTK 418 Airspace Organization 2+0 3,0 Airspace: Designation and establishment of airspace, Airspace restriction and reservation, Airspace classifications, Airspace configurations; Airspace sectorisation; Air traffic service (ATS) Routes: Establishment of an ATS route network, Establishment of significant points, Standard departure routes, Standard arrival routes, Alignment of ATS routes; RNAV application in airspace; Airspace and current air traffic service environment, Turkish FIR and route network, Terminal control areas (TMA), Military terminal control areas (MTMA); Flexible use of airspace; Free route airspace concept. HTK 419 Regional Air Traffic Control Operations 3+0 4,5 ICAO Regions : Africa-India Ocean (AFI); Caribbean (CAR); European (EUR); Middle East Asia (MID/ASIA); North America (NAM); Aviation Procedures; Air Traffic Services and Search and Rescue; Communication; Meteorology; Additional Procedures of EUR Region; Flight Rules; Flight Plans; Ned of RVSM; Introduction to European RVSM Airspace: Europe RVSM Airspace; European RVSM Transition Area; Procedures: General Procedures; Transition Procedures; Phraseology; Vertical Separation in Dangerous; Restricted; Prohibited Areas Separated as Transition Region; Communication Failure in Flight : Transition region; ATS system supports; FDP systems; Radar Display Systems; Flight Strips; OLDI (OnLine Data Interchange); Application of Transition Procedures In Synthetic Region. HTK 420 Flight Safety Management 3+0 4,5 Basic Concepts; Policy and Principles: Defining safety and security, Priority, Safe ATC, Safety management policy, Responsibilities and setting up a system; Impact of Regulations on Controller; Safety Auditing: Types, Survey plans, Reports, Follow up action plans; Incident Investigation: Steps; Risk Classification: Terminology, Risk classification and tolerability in ATC and airport systems, Safety Assessment in ATC; Hazard Analysis Techniques: Hazard analysis, Failure models, Hazard and incident Trees, Human factors; Assessment and Management of Safety Cases; Safety Manager: Role, Organization and training, Media and accidents. HTK 452 Helicopter Theory 2+0 3,0 Fundamental Concepts: Angular velocity, Tangential velocity; Aerodynamic concepts; Blade and Propeller; Forces Acting on a Blade During Rotation: Flapping, Dissymmetry of lift; Articulations: Flapping, dragging, feathering; Flight Control Systems; Tail Rotor: T orque Effect of Main Rotor; Air Flow Effect Passing Through a

Blade Under Different Flight Conditions; Autorotation; Helicopter Flight; Airspeed Limitations. HTK 498 Applications of Air Traffic Control 0+6 4,5 Research Techniques: Basic research and applied research, Data collection techniques, Data processing; Research Methods: Subject selection, Subject restriction, Reference collection; Detailed Research on a Subject in Air Traffic Control: Definition of the problem or the subject in details, Definition of solution techniques or analysis methods, Researching and performing practical works, Results; Reporting: Page set up, Sentence structure, Headings, Abbreviation formats, Figure and table formats, Table of references format. HUK 153 Fundamentals Concepts of Law 2+0 3,0 Social Rules and Law; Concept of Law and Legal Sanctions; Characteristics of Legal Rules; Sources of Law; Branchs of Law; Definition and Types of Legal Rights; Legal Capacity: As subject of rights, Capacity to act; Kinship; Domicile; Protection of Personality; Possession; Ownership; Obligation and Responsibility; Judiciary Systems. HUK 154 Commercial Law 2+0 3,0 Commercial Law Concept and Commercial Enterprise; Merchant; Commercial Name; Commercial Register; Unfair Competition; Commercial Reports; Merchant Assistant; Current Account; Partnership Concept; Definition and Elements of Partnership; Collective Partnerships: Establishment, Operation, Ending; Commanded Partnership: Establishment, Operation, Ending; Joint Stock Corporation: Establishment, Operation, Ending; Limited Company: Establishment, Operation, Ending. HUK 252 Labor Law 2+0 3,0 History of Labor Law; Sources and Basic Principles of Labor Code: Employee, Employer, Representative to the employer; Work place; Contract of Service: Types and termination, Consequences of termination, Severance pay; Regulation of Work with regard to Workers; Groups to be Protected (Women, Children, Handicapped and Sentenced Workers); Health and Security at the Work Place; Working Time; Overtime Work; Night Work; Preparing, Completing and Cleaning at Work. HUK 418 Air Law 2+0 3,0 Introduction to Air Law; International Agreements and Organizations; Chicago Convention; International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); Warsaw Convention and Responsibility of Carrier; Hague Convention; Air Traffic Rights Agreement; Tokyo Convention; Europe Civil Aviaiton Conference (ECAC); Euro-control; Joint Aviation Authority (JAA); Turkish Civil Aviation Law; Aircraft: Concept and Types, Legal Nature of Aircraft, Identity, Nationality, Registration, Ownership; Aircraft Operator: Operator's responsibility, Operator's Insurance Commitment; Air Transportation Contract; Competition and Alliance Regulations in Air Transportation.

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HYO 104 Introduction to Civil Aviation 3+0 4,5 Historical Development of Civil Aviation in the World; Definition of Civil Aviation; Civil Aviation Activities; International Civil Aviation System: Conventions, Organizations, Regulations, Bilateral agreements, Air traffic rights; National Civil Aviation Regulations (General and Commercial Aviation); National Civil Aviation System; Airports: Definition and the facilities, Airside and landside, Terminal design; Air Transportation in the World and Turkey: Privatization, mergers and alliances. HYO 105 Air Transportation Management 3+0 4,5 Economic Characteristics of the Airlines: General oligopolistic characteristics, Unique economic characteristics; Airline Management and Organizations; Airline Passenger Marketing: Development of the marketing concept; Forecasting Methods; Airline Pricing; Principles of Airline Scheduling; Principles of Airline Advertising; JAR-OPS Commercial Air Transportation: Certificates, Operators? responsibilities, Maintenance management, Maintenance records and log books, Accident /occurrence reporting. HYO 106 Basic Aircraft Power Plants 2+2 4,5 Functions of Power plants on Aircraft; Characteristics of Aircraft Power plants; Types of Aircraft Power plants; Piston Engine and Propeller: Engine power cycle, Classification of piston engines, Ignition, Fuel, Lubrication and Cooling Systems; Gas Turbine Engine Systems: Comparison of gas turbine and piston engine cycles, Thrust and factors that affect thrust, Turbojet engines; Gas Turbine and Propeller (Turboprop): Comparison of gas turbine engines; Ignition, Fuel, Lubrication and Cooling Systems; Engine Instrumentation. HYO 107 Airport and Airport Equipment 3+0 4,5 Definitions; Aerodrome Data; Physical Characteristics; Obstacle Restriction and Removal; Visual Aids for Navigation; M arkings, Lights, Signs and Markers; Visual Aids for Denoting Obstacles; Visual Aids for Denoting Restricted Areas; Equipment and Installations; Emergency and Other Services. HYO 109 Basics of Aircraft 4+0 6,0 Physics of the Atmosphere: The physical characteristics of air, International standard atmosphere; Theory of Flight: Aerostatics, Aerodynamics; Airplane Aerodynamics: Airflow, Boundary layer, The components of aerodynamic force, Aerodynamic moment, L/D ratio, Airfoil, Stall, High lift devices, Subsonic, transonic and supersonic flight; Rotary Wing Aerodynamics; Flight Control Surfaces: Work principles, Effects; Airframe Structures: General concepts, Fuselage, Wings, Stabilizers, Flight control surfaces, Nacelles/Pylons, Landing Gear; Aircraft Powerplants. HYO 201 Communication and Navigation Systems

General Information About Radio Waves; Classification of Navigation Systems; ADF (Automatic Direction Finder); VOR (VHF Omni Directional Range); DME (Distance Measuring Equipment); TACAN (Tactical Air Navigation); ILS (Instrument Landing System); MLS (Microwave Landing System); RA (Radio Altimeter); GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System); RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging); GCA (Ground Control Approach); OMEGA; GPS (Global Positioning System); INS (Inertial Navigation System). HYO 202 Thermodynamics 2+2 4,5 Fundamental Concepts: Energy, Heat transfer, States and equilibrium, Temperature and the zeroth law; Properties of Pure Substances: Phases, Change of states, Perfect gas relation; First Law: Closed systems, Work, Constant of heat and pressure, Control volumes; Second Law: Heat sources and sinks, Entropy, Clasius inequality, Law of entropy increase; Second Law Analysis in Engineering: Energy, Reversible work and irreversibility; Gas Power Cycles: Carnot cycle and engineering importance, Brayton cycle. HYO 203 Thermodynamics 2+0 3,0 Fundamental Concepts: Energy, heat transfer, states and equilibrium, temperature and the zeroth law; Properties of Pure Substances: Phases, change of states, perfect gas relation; First Law: Closed systems, work, constant of heat and pressure, control volumes; Second Law: Heat sources and sinks, entropy, clasius inequality, law of entropy increase; Second Law Analysis in Engineering: Exergy, reversible work and irreversibility; Gas Power Cycles: Carnot cycle and engineering importance, Brayton cycle. HYO 204 Propeller Theory 2+0 3,0 Introduction and Basic Concepts: Angular velocity, Tangential velocity, Centrifugal force, Airfoils, Blade geometry, Blade pitch, Geometrical pitch; Propeller Theories: Momentum theory, Blade element theories, Propeller coefficients, Propeller efficiency; Types of Propellers: Constant pitch propellers, Constant speed propellers; Propeller Control Systems; Ducted Propeller and Fan-in-Wing Configurations. HYO 205 Electrical Circuits 3+0 3,0 DC: Current, voltage, resistance, OHM's law, Energy and power, Series resistive circuits, Parallel resistive circuits, Series-parallel resistive circuits, Circuit theorems and conversions: Source conversions, Superposition, Thévenin, Norton, Maximum power transfer theorems, Delta-Y conversions; Circuit analysis methods: Mesh current and node voltage methods; AC: Production of AC, Capacitor, Inductor, Series RLC circuits, Parallel RLC circuits, Resonance, Examples of RLC circuits, AC power, Power compensation. HYO 206 Aircraft Electrical Systems 2+0 3,0 Electrical Power: Main parts of electrical power system, AC/DC generation and distribution, Supply of electrical power distribution; Power Distribution Part: Main AC distribution, Power source switching, Parallel operation of

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generators, Ground power source switching, DC essential power; Emergency Power Distribution; Distribution Components: Power relays, Fuse, Circuit breaker functions and markings, Current transformer; AC Generation: Generator basic function, Basic of 3 phase generator, Aircraft constant speed generator, Brushless generator, Generator cooling and connections, Static inverter, VSCF. HYO 207 Aircraft Instruments 2+0 3,0 Structure of Atmosphere: Air pressure, Fluid pressure; Temperature; Rotational Speed; Measurement of Fuel Quantity Parameters; Pitot-Static Systems and Principles: Altimeter, Variometer, Airspeed indicator, Machmeter; Frequency Bands; Electromagnetic Wave Radiation; Compass; ADF; DME; VOR; ILS; Gyros: Gyro principle, Artificial horizon, Remote indicating magnetic compass, Directional gyro, Turn and bank indicator; Engine Indicators: Fuel indicators, Oil indicators, etc. HYO 209 Aviation Legislation 2+0 3,0 Role of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); Role of Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA): JAA full member authorities; JAA candidate member authorities; Role of National Civil Aviation Authority (SHGM); Familiarization of Joint Aviation Requirements (JARs), Relationship among JAR-OPS, JAR-145, JAR-66 and JAR-147, JAR-66; Certifying Staff Maintenance: Detailed understanding of JAR-66, JAR-145; Approved Maintenance Organizations: Detailed understanding of JAR-145, JAR-OPS Commercial Air Transportation: General, Subpart M, Maintenance responsibility; National and International Aviation Requirements. HYO 210 TUSAS Program 4+10 13,5 Health of Workers and Security of Work; Technical English; Main Engine Knowledge of F-110 and F-100: Air inlet, Compressors, Combustion chamber; Turbine Section: Types of turbine blades and their operating characteristics; Exhaust; Bearings and Seals; Lubricants and Fuels; Lubrication Systems; Fuel Systems; Air Systems; Starting and Ignition Systems; Engine Indication Systems; Power Increasing Systems; Baroscopic Control; Quality Control Systems; Paper Works of Engine Installation; Education of Engine Installation Workshop; Engine Test; Engine Storage and Preservation. HYO 212 Aeronautical Information Publication 28+0 3,0 The AIP Structure; General: National regulation and requirements, Tables and codes, Services, Charges for aerodromes/heliports and air navigation services; En-route: General rules and procedures, Air traffic services airspace, ATS routes, Radio navigation aids/systems, Navigation Warnings, En-rote charts; Aerodromes: Aerodromes/Heliports- Introduction, Instrument approach charts, Standard instrument departure routes, Standard arrival routes. HYO 301 Fundamentals of Aerodynamics 3+2 6,0

Fundamentals: Atmosphere, Units and dimensions, Dimensional analysis, Bernoulli's theorem, Airspeed measurement, Airflow; Low-speed Airfoils: Airfoil geometry, Aerodynamic forces and moments, Pressure distributions; Finite Wing: Load distributions, Vortex, Aspect ratio, Compressibility effects; Aerodynamics Laboratory: Temperature, humidity, pressure and airspeed measurement techniques, Measurement of aerodynamic coefficients for an airfoil, Measurement of aerodynamic coefficients of an aircraft model. HYO 302 Aircraft Maintenance and Overhaul 3+0 4,5 Introduction and Classification of Aircraft Maintenance and Overhaul; Aircraft Servicing; Inspection; Maintenance Overhaul; Periodic Maintenance Programs and Unscheduled Maintenance; Maintenance Requirements and Causes of Aircraft Aging; Aircraft Maintenance Cost; Inspection Procedure of Aircraft Accidents; Practical Inspection of Periodic Aircraft Maintenance; Maintenance of Hydraulic and Landing Gear Systems. HYO 303 Model Aircraft Constmetion 1+2 3,0 Introduction to Building Model Aircraft; Flight Principles of Model Aircraft; Major Parts of Model Aircraft: Wing, Structure, Landing gear, Tail, Flight controls, Engines; Types of Model Aircraft: Free flight models, Radio controlled models; Plans and Building Materials; Building Techniques; Flying Techniques. HYO 304 Aircraft Manufacturing Technologies 3+0 4,5 Fabrication and Processing of Composite Materials; Plastic Forming: Hot and cold plastic forming; Plastic Forming for Forging; Extrusion and Rolling; Casting Process; Heat Treatments for Metal Alloys; Surface Erosion and Lubrication, Classification of Machine Tools; Tool Bit; Permanent Assembling: Welding, Riveting; Removable Assembling: Bolt fasteners. HYO 306 Computer Aided Design 3+0 4,5 Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM); Introduction to Base 2D Drafting and Program Methodology; Introduction to Base 3D Modeling and Program Methodology: Using point, line, curve, surface and limit functions; Introduction to Curves and Surfaces and Program Methodology: Creating volume with limit2 function; Introduction to Advanced Surfaces and Program Methodology: Creating aircraft and wing profiles; Introduction to NC Milling and Program Methodology: Programming of 2.5 and 5 axis lathe. HYO 310 Aeronautical Information Publication 2+0 3,0 The AIP Structure; General: National regulation and requirements, Tables and codes, Services, Charges for aerodromes/heliports and air navigation services; En-route: General rules and procedures, Air traffic services airspace, ATS routes, Radio navigation aids/systems, Navigation Warnings, En-rote charts; Aerodromes:

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Aerodromes/Heliports- Introduction, Instrument approach charts, Standard instrument departure routes, Standard arrival routes. HYO 312 Modern Instrument Systems 3+0 4,5 Pitot-Static System; Air Data Inertial Reference System; Over Speed Warning System; Radio Altimeter System; Weather Radar System; Instrument Landing System; VOR System; Marker Beacon system; Distance Measuring Equipment System; Automatic Direction Finder System; Global Positioning System; Air Traffic Control System; Traffic Collision Avoidance System; Ground Proximity Warning System; Air Data Instruments; Standby Magnetic Compass; Standby Attitude Reference System; Radio Magnetic Indicator. HYO 314 Human Performance and Limitations 3+0 4,5 The Need To Take Human Factors Into Account; Incidents Attributable To Human Factors/Human Error; Vision; Hearing; Information Processing; Attention and Perception; Memory; Motivation and De-motivation; Team Working: Management, Supervision and leadership; Factors Affecting Performance: Fitness/health, Stress, Time pressure and deadlines; Workload: Overload and underload; Sleep and Fatigue; Shiftwork; Alcohol; Medication; Drug Abuse; Physical Environment: Noise and fumes, Illumination, Communication: Within and between teams, Keeping up to date, Currency, Dissemination of information; Hazards in the Workplace: Recognizing and avoiding hazards. HYO 404 Advanced Aircraft Electrical Systems 3+0 4,5 Constant Speed Drive; CDS Components, Speed control circuit, Oil circuit, Under speed monitoring, Disconnect; Generator Control and Protection: Voltage regulation, Frequency regulation, Regulation functions in parallel operation, Generator paralleling conditions; DC Generation: TR unit normal operation, TR unit protected functions, Aircraft battery, NiCd battery, Battery indication, Battery charging; Ground Power: External power connection, Availability, Activation and deactivation, Ground service power, Towing power; B737-600/700/800 Aircraft General Electrical System. HYO 406 Helicopter Theory and Systems 3+0 4,5 Fundamental Concepts: Angular velocity, Tangential velocity; Aerodynamic concepts; Blade and Propeller; Forces Acting on a Blade During Rotation: Flapping, Dissymmetry of lift; Articulations: Flapping, dragging, feathering; Flight Control Systems; Tail Rotor: Torque Effect of Main Rotor; Air Flow Effect Passing Through a Blade Under Different Flight Conditions; Autorotation; Helicopter Flight; Airspeed Limitations; Airframe Systems; Landing Gears. HYO 410 Applications of Powerplant-Airframe Maintenance 0+6 4,5 Research Techniques: Basic research and applied research, Data collection techniques, Data processing; Research

Methods: Subject selection, Subject r striction, Reference e collection; Detailed Research on a Subject in Aircraft Structure or Power plant Maintenance: Definition of the problem or the subject in details, Definition of solution techniques or analysis methods, Researching and performing practical works, Results; Reporting: Page set up, Sentence structure, Headings, Abbreviation formats, Figure and table formats, Table of references format. HYO 412 Maintenance Practice Methods 0+3 3,0 Safety Precautions (Aircraft and Workshop); Aircraft Handling and Storage; Aircraft Taxiing/Towing; Aircraft Jacking Procedures; Refuelling, Defuelling and Ground Supplies; Disassembly; Inspection; Repair and Assembly Techniques; Aircraft Weight and Balance; Maintenance Procedures; TB-20 and AG-5B Airplane's All Periodic Maintenance in Accordance with Airplanes Maintenance Manual; Applying of AD, SB, SL etc Technical Bulletin; Maintenance Planning; Recording The Aircraft's Airframe and Engine Log Books; Search The Failure and Repair; Engine Control and Run up Test. HYO 451 General Aviation 3+0 4,5 Concept and Content of General Aviation; Development of General Aviation; Regulations in General Aviation; Practices of General Aviation in the World; General Aviation in Turkey: Training facilities, Air taxi operations, Aircraft rent, Corporate aviation, Personal and private purposes in general aviation, Sport, Demonstrational and promotional purposes in general aviation; Types of Aircraft Used in General Aviation; Future of General Aviation. IKT 151 Economics 3+0 4,5 Basic Economic Concepts; Production Process; Optimal Consumer Behavior; Demand; Supply; Equilibrium Price; Market Types; Determination of Factor Prices; National Product; Nominal and Real National Income; Introduction to Monetary Theory; Factors Determining Fluctuation and National Income: Consumption expenditures, Investment expenditures, Employment; International Economic Relations: International mobility of goods and services, International mobility of factors of production; Economic Growth and Development. IKT 153 Economics I 3+0 4,5 Introduction to Micro Economics; Demand: Concept, Function, Patterns, Elasticity; Supply: Concept, Function, Patterns, Elasticity; Supply-Demand Equilibrium and Variation; Consumption Theory: Utility, Principles of diminishing marginal utility, Marginal utility, Consumer's balance; Production Theory: Production function, Technology, Law of diminishing returns, cost curves, Producer's balance and its changes, Production cost; Perfect Competition Market; Imperfect Competition Markets: Monopoly, Oligopoly, Monopolistic competition, Monopoly; Factor Markets; Welfare Economy. IKT 154 Economics II 3+0 4,5 Introduction to Macroeconomics; Gross National Product and Its Measurement; National Income Terms; Distribution

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of National Income; Consumption; Investment; Public Expenditures; Export, Import, Balance of Payments; Money Supply and Demand; Equilibrium in Commodity Market; Equilibrium in Money Market; Equilibrium in Macroeconomy, Inflation; Unemployment; Economic Growth Theories and Economic Development; Classical and Keynesian Sights; Last Approaches and Theories in Macroeconomy; Basic Problems in Macro-economy; Turkish Economy. IKT 420 European Union and Turkey 2+0 3,0 European Community: Establishment, Enlargement, Goals, Foundations, Management of European community, Criterion for membership, Results of membership; Economic and Monetary Union; Harmonization of Economic and Social Policies; Budget and European Investment Bank; Relationship Between Turkey and European Union: The history of relations, Terms of partnership, Financial assistance; Completing of Customs Union between Turkey and European Union: The establishment and scope of customs union, The effects of customs union on Turkish economy; The Analysis of European Summit Decisions. IKT 428 Air Transportation Economics 2+0 3,0 Air Transportation and Economy; Terminology; Structures of Airline Business; Pricing and Revenue Management; Scheduling and Fleet Planning; Case study; "PESTE" Analysis; Strategy Analysis in Airline Marketing; Product Analysis; "Regional" and "Low Cost" Carriers; Domestic Carriers; Case study. ILT 307 Communication 3+0 4,5 Communication: Description of communication, Components of communication process; Functions and Types of Communication; Introduction to Empathic Communication: Description of empty, History of empty, Difference between empty and sympathy; Transactional Analyse: Parent personality, Child personality, Adult personality; Process of Empathic Communication: Components, Skill of listening; Improved of emphatic skill; Intellectual Background of Communication: Importance of listening and understanding; Organizational Communication: Communication process in organizations; Types of Communication in Organizations: Verbal communication, Non-verbal communication, Written communication; Preparation of CV; What' s cv?, Examples of cv; Body Language. ING 113 English Speaking Skills I 4+0 6,0 Using Casual, Neutral or More Formal Style of Speaking; Modals Such As May, Can ; Using A Variety of Vocabulary Items on Different Topics Such As Education, Culture, Environmental And Social Issues, Etc; Negotiating Meaning In Conversations; Argumentations And Debates Such As Agreeing, Disagreeing; Asking For Clarification, Repletion, Expressing Opinions; Interviewing; TurnTaking. ING 114 English Speaking Skills II 4+0 6,0

Practicing Pronunciation And Intonation; Ability To Follow Natural Spontaneous Speech In Natural Speed By Listening Conversations From Tape Recorders Or From The Video Or Listening To The Teacher And Classmates; Inferring Meaning From The Context. ING 153 Advanced English I 4+0 6,0 General Review: Tenses, Verbs, Noun phrases, Compound nouns, Noun Clauses, Using participles in noun clauses; Tenses Used in Narration: Past simple, Past progressive, Past perfect simple, Past perfect continuous; Reflexive pronouns; Irregular verbs; Comparative structures: As..... as; Modals: Modals of possibility, Obligation, Permission, Ability and request; Idioms; Synonyms; General review: Passive voice. ING 154 Advanced English II 4+0 6,0 General Review: Verbs; Use of Get+adverb/preposition; Reported Speech, Formal and Informal Language; Conditional Sentences: Type 1, Type 2; Adverbial Clauses of Time; Punctuation; Adjective Clauses: Defining, Nondefining; Use of Participles: Using participles in adjective clauses, Using participles in adverbial clauses of time, Using participles after some certain verbs; Possessives; Hypothetical Statements; Wish Clauses: Present, Past; Advanced Listening and Note Taking Skills. ING 221 Aviation English I 3+0 4,5 Aviation Alphabet; Familiarization of Joint Aviation Requirement (JAR) Terminology and Translation Into Turkish Language; Familiarization of Different Aircraft Maintenance Documents; ATA Specifications; Detailed Understanding of SOCATA TB Aircrafts Maintenance Manuals and Translation of Some Passages Into Turkish: Maintenance manual division; Use of manuals; Detailed Understanding of BOEING 737 Aircraft Maintenance Manuals and Translation of Some Passages Into Turkish: M aintenance manual division; Use of manuals; Other Civil Aviation Subjects. ING 222 Aviation English II 3+0 4,5 English Names of General Hand Tools Used in Aircraft Maintenance; General Descriptions of Some Aircraft Parts and Systems in English and Translation of Related Passages into Turkish; English - Turkish Terminology Used in Some Aircraft Parts and Systems: Airframe; Flight controls; Fuel systems; Electrical system; Propeller; Hydraulic system; Landing gear; Cabin; Gas turbine engines; Piston engines; Engine instruments and controls; Flight instruments; Ice control and Pilot static system; Avionics; Other Civil Aviation Subjects. ING 307 Aviation English I 4+0 6,0 Aviation Alphabet and Numbers; Aviation Industry; Civil Aviation Organizations and Associations; Air Transportation; Airport Design; Environmental Impacts of Airports; Aircraft Accidents; New Aircraft Design; Air Cargo Industry; Airline Marketing; In-flight Entertaintment; Global Alliances; Airline Mergers.

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ING 308 Aviation English II 4+0 6,0 Air Transportation System; Social and Economic Impacts; Elements of Air Transportation: Regulatory organizations, airlines; airports, ATC services, catering and ground handling services; Liberalization and Privatization Trends in Air Transportation; International Economic Regulations; Airline Management and New Management Approaches; Airline Marketing; Airline Human Resources; Airport System and Environmental Impacts: Noise, air pollution; Air Cargo Industry; Future of Air Transportation in Turkey and in the World. IST 201 Statistics 3+0 4,5 Definition of Statistics: Data collection; Data presentation techniques, Distribution theory; Sampling: Sampling errors, Estimation of population parameters; Hypothesis Testing: Hypothesis testing for two populations, Comparisons of ratios, Hypothesis testing for large and small samples; The Chi-Square Distribution and Chi-Square Testing; Correlation: Simple linear correlation coefficient, Regression coefficient, Forecasting, Determination coefficient. ISL 102 Management and Organization 3+0 4,0 Management: Definition, Significance of Management for Business Enterprises; Development of Management Science: Classical, Behavioral and Modern Theories; Management Systems; Decision Making and Planning; Concepts of Authority and Power: Characteristics of Authority and Power, Delegation of Authority; Organization: Characteristics and Principles; Comparison of Organization and Planning Processes; Departmentalization; Staffing: Fundamentals, Staffing Process; Leading: Fundamentals, Leading Process; Organizational Structures: Development and Varieties of Organizational Structures; Controlling: Fundamentals and Controlling Process. ISL 155 Introduction to Business 2+0 3,0 Introduction to Business: Basic concepts, External environment of business enterprises; Structure of Business Enterprises; Foundations of Business Enterprises: Stages, Feasibility decisions; Functions of Business Enterprises: Management, Marketing, Production and financing; Cost Concept: Variable and fixed costs, Unit and total costs, Job order costing system, Process costing, Case studies. ISL 301 Human Resources Management 3+0 4,0 Human Resources Management: Development, Goals and Principles; Functions of Human Resources Management: Human resources planning; Recruitment, Performance Appraisal, Training, Orientation and Development; Wage and Salary Administration; Career Management; International Human Resources Management; Technology in Human Resources Management. ISL 417 Management Information Systems 3+0 4,5 Concept of Information Systems: Elements of Information Systems, Classifications of Information Systems; Information Systems in Business Management: End User Information Systems, Office Automation Systems,

Electronic Communication Systems, Teleconferance Systems, Electronic Printing Systems, Process of Image Systems; Business Information Systems: Marketing Information System, Production Information System, Human Resource Information System, Accounting Information System, Financial Information System; Decision Support Systems: Models of Decision Support Systems, Executive Information System, Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems; Global Dimensions: Global Data, Security and Ethic Problems in Information Systems, Computer Crime. MAT 129 Mathematics I 2+0 3,0 Set Systems of Number; Exponents and Radicals; Solutions of Inequality and Equation; Functions: Special functions and graph; Mathematical Induction; Sequence and Convergence; Limit; Continuity; Derivative Power; Formula; Chain Rule and High Order Derivative; Derivative of Special Functions; Maxima, Minima and Inflections; Economic Applications of Derivative; Plotting Curve. MAT 135 Mathematics 2+2 4,5 Basic Concepts: Real Numbers; Coordinate Systems In The Planes; Functions; Linear Functions; Polynomial Functions; Rational Functions; Algebraic Functions; Exponential Functions And Logarithmic Functions; Limit And Continuity; Derivative: Define And Rules; Derivatives: Problems of Maximum And Minimum And Economic Curve Plotting; Multi Variable Functions: Partial Derivative; Maximum And Minimum of Multiveriable Functions. MAT 159 Calculus I 2+2 4,5 Sets; Functions: Simple geometric harmey, Graph show, Propertyies and use of graph, Graph of ecuations-functions; Basic trigonometric; Numerical operation; Limit and Continuity; Derivative: Definition and rules, Derivative of implicit function; Applications of derivative: Speed and acceleration, Maximum and minimum, Linear approach, Elementary functions, Inverse, exponential, logaritmich and hiperbolic function; Mean value theorem andapplication of mean'value theorem: Increasing and decreasing functions, Inflection point of a functions, Curve plotting; L'hopitals rule; Taylor Formula. MAT 160 Calculus II 2+2 4,5 Integral: Proper integral, Basic theorem of differential and integral, area of planer region, Methods of integration, Integral of rational functions, Trigonometric identies, Integral of Trigonometric identies, Indefinite integral, Methods of approximate integral; Applications of integral: Volume, Area Arc length and surface an area; Polyvariable functions: Limit and continuity, p artial derivative, Sum derivative, Maximum and minimum; Multiple integral and applications of multiple integral. MAT 163 Linear Algebra 2+0 3,0 Matrices and system of linear equations: Matricies and properties of the matrices, Solitions of systems of linear

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equations by matrix, Determinants and applications; Vector space: Vectors in space and vectors in plane, Lower space, linear dependence and linear independence; Bace Concept; Linear Transformations: Show to matrix of linear transformations; Simultaneous Linear equations and simultaneous quadratic equations; Notation and powers. MAT 167 Fundamental Mathematics 3+0 4,5 Sets; Systems of Number: Naturel numbers, Rational numbers, Integers, Real numbers and properties, Properties of relation and properties of function: Special functions, Apsolute value function, Signum and greatest integer functions, Laws of exponents; Fundemantel laws logorithm, exponatial numbers and radical numbers; Polynomials and operations by polynomials; Equations and inequality from first and second degree; Solitions of systems equation and curve plotting.

gliding performances; Turning maneuver in the Vertical Plane: Maximum load factor and maximum bank angle, Maximum turning rate, Minimum turning radius; Take-off and Landing: Take-off distance, Landing distance, Balanced field length; Stability and Control Considerations: Static stability, longitudinal static stability, Static margin and trim. MEK 204 Fluid Mechanics 2+0 2,0 Characteristics of Fluids: Unit systems, Density, Specific weight, Specific gravity, Viscosity, Compressibility of fluids; Fluid Static: Pressure v ariation in a fluid at rest, Measurement of pressure; Fluid Dynamics-Bernoulli Equation: Static, dynamic and stagnation pressure, Applications of Bernoulli Equations, Flow rate measurements; Flow in Pipes and Channels: Laminar flow, Reynolds Number, Entrance region, Transition to turbulent flow; Flow Around Immersed Bodies: Streamlines, Wakes, Jets, Flow around a cylinder; Dynamic Similarity; Lift Force; Compressible Flow. MEK 304 Flight Mechanics 3+2 6,0 Basic Definitions and Terminology: Reference axes, Forces on aircraft, General equations of motion, Load factor; Power plant Forces-RPM of Thrust; Analysis of Variation in Flight Characteristics with respect to Altitude and Airspeed; General Analysis of Flight; Constant Speed Motion: Level flight, Ascending, Gliding; Turning and Coordinated Turning; Accelerated Symmetrical Motions; Landing and Take-off; Stall Speed: Looping, Side-roll, Spinning. MLY 205 Public Finance 3+0 4,5 Public Finance: Introduction, Chronology; Theoretical Approaches to Public Finance; Public Finance and General Economy; Functions of Public Finance; Allocation: Public goods, Semi-public goods, Private goods; Distribution of Income; Economic Stability; Public Expenditure: Definition, Classification, Causes of increase; Financing Government Expenditures; Taxation: Classification, Tax Burder, Tax Avoidance. MLZ 217 Science of Aircraft Materials 2+0 3,0 Fundamental concepts: Atomic structure, Interatomic Bonding and Interatomic forces, Atomic diffusion; Crystalline and Amorphous Structures; Microstructure of Materials; Phase transformations and Phase Diagrams; Mechanical, Chemical and Physical Properties of Materials; Materials Testing: Tensile, Compression, Impact, Bending, Fatigue, Hardness tests; Aircraft Materials: Metal, Ceramic, Polymer and Composite Materials; Behavior of Aircraft Materials in Service; Reasons for the Occurrence of Fatigue, Creep and Corrosion. MUH 151 Introduction to Accounting 3+0 4,5 Concepts of Business and Accounting; Financial Transactions; Balance of Assets-Liabilities; Balance Sheet and Income Statement; Accounts: Concept of account, Types of accounts, Account chart; Document and Books; Accounting Process; Follow up Goods Transactions:

MAT 172 Mathematics II 2+0 3,0 Integration: The definite integral, Properties of definite integral, Fundamental theorem of calculus, Areas of plane regions; Techniques of Integration: Change of variables, Integration by parts, Integration of rational functions; Applications of Integration: Applications of integral in economics; Multiple Integrals: Double and triple integrals; Matrix; Determinants; System of Linear Equations. MAT 208 Differential Equations 3+0 4,5 Definition of Differential Equation: Solutions of differential equations; First Order and First Degree Differential Equations: Separable equations, Homogeneous differential equations, Linear differential equations, Exact equations; Higher Order Linear Equations With Constant Coefficients and Applications: Homogeneous equations, Nonhomogeneous equations. MEK 152 Mechanics 3+0 4,5 Static of Particles: Principles; Static of Rigid Bodies: Equivalent systems of forces; Equilibrium of Rigid Forces: Equilibrium of bodies subject to two-dimensional force systems, Equilibrium of bodies subject to three-dimensional force systems; Distributed Forces: Centroids and centers of gravity, Analysis of structures; Distributed Forces-Moments of Inertia: Method of virtual work, Friction; Introduction to Dynamics: Linear motion of particles, Curvature motion of particles; Kinetics of Particles: Newton's Second Law, Motion; Kinematics of Particles in Planar Motion; Kinetics of Rigid Bodies in Planar Motion. MEK 203 Flight Mechanics 3+0 4,5 Newton's Rules; Aircraft Forces and Load Factors: Equations of motion and coordinate system, Aerodynamic forces, Power plant forces, Weight forces, Inertial forces, Weight fractions; Level Flight in the Vertical Plane: Governing equations, Maximum level flight speed, Ceiling conditions, Cruise flight, Maximum range and maximum endurance; Climbing flight in the Vertical Plane; Gliding Flight: Gliding angle, Gliding speed and effect of wind on

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Inventories and transactions of the purchase and sale of goods, Periodic inventory system, Perpetual inventory system; Liquid Assets: Cash, Banks, Checkups; Marketable Securities: Share certificates, Bonds; Receivables: Trade receivable, Other receivable; Long Term Assets; Liabilities; Shareholders Equity; Transactions of Income and Expenses; End of Period Transactions; Preparing Financial Statements and Closing Transactions. MUH 240 Cost and Management Accounting 4+0 6,0 Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting; Cost Behavior and Cost Volume Profit Relationship; Variation of Cost Behavior; Introduction to Cost Management System; Cost Allocation and Activity Based Costing; Job Costing System and Process Costing Systems; Relevant Costs and Decision Making; Master Budget: Flexible Budgets and Variance Analysis; Management Control Systems and Performance Measurement. MUH 302 Analysis of Financial Reports 3+0 4,5 Fundamental Financial Statements: Balance sheet, Income statement; Comparative Statements Analysis Method: Preparation of statements, Analysis and interpretation; Percentage Analysis Method: Preparation of statements, Analysis and interpretation; Trend Analysis Method: Preparation of statements, Analysis and interpretation; Fund Cash Flow Analysis: Preparation of statements, Analysis and interpretation; Change in Net Working Capital Statement: Preparation of statements, Analysis and interpretation; Ratio Analysis: Analysis and interpretation of liquidity, financial structure activity and profitability ratios. MUH 453 Cost Accounting 3+0 4,5 Cost Accounting and Main Concepts; Classification of Costs; Material Costs: Types and quantities of materials, Evaluation of materials, Input and output of materials; Labor Costs: Types and quantities of labor, Overtime, Holiday pay, Bonuses, Employee Benefit; Manufacturing Overhead Costs: Characteristics, Budgeting, Flexible budgets; Cost Centers and Cost Allocations; Job Cost system; Process Cost System; Cost Accounting as a Decision-Making Tool; Cost Accounting Applications in Just in Time (JIT) Production Systems. MÜZ 155 Turkish Folk Music 2+0 3,0 Folk songs from different Regions of Turkey are Taught; Aegean Region Zeybek Folk Songs: Eklemedir koca konak, Ah bir ates ver, Çökertme, Kütahya'nin pinarlari, Çemberinde gül oya; Kars Region Azerbaijani Folk Songs: Bu gala dasli gala, Yollarina baka baka, Daglar gizi Reyhan, Ayrilik, Dut agaci boyunca; Central Anatolian Region Folk Songs: Seherde bir baga girdim, Uzun ince bir yoldayim, Güzelligin on para etmez, Mihriban ve Acem kizi; Southeastern Anatolian Region; Urfa and Diyarbakir Folk Songs: Alli turnam, Urfanin etrafi, Mardin kapisindan atlayamadim, Firat türküsü, Evlerinin önü kuyu; Blacksea Region; Trabzon, Rize, Artvin Folk Songs: Maçka yollari tasli, Ben giderim Batuma, Dere geliyor dere.

MÜZ 157 Traditional Turkish Art Music 2+0 3,0 Description of Traditional Art Music: Basic concepts, Characteristics, Types, Notes, Instruments; The Mode System of Traditional Turkish Art Music; The Rhythmic Pattern of Traditional Turkish Art Music; Samples from Different Modes; Samples from Different Rhythmic Patterns. NÜM 305 Quantitative Methods 3+0 4,5 System and system approxmations; Decision Making Process and Models: Structure of Decision Problem, Decision Making Process; Decision environment: Certainty, uncertainty and Risk; Decision Models in certain environment; Linear Programing, Model Formulation, Linear Programing Solving Techniques: The Graphical and Simplex Techniques; Duality and Sensitivity Analysis; Transportation and Assigment Models; Network Analysis; Inventory Models; Game Theory. NÜM 307 Numerical Analysis 3+0 4,5 The Finite Difference Method: Backward And Forward Formulations; Higher Order Backward And Forward Formulations; Centered Formulations; Higher Order Centered Formulations; Taylor Series; Differences And Polynomials; Interpolation And Extrapolation Techniques; Numerical Integration: Simpson Method; Gauss Method; Simple Integrals And Double Integrals; Linear Equation Sets And Matrices: Principles; Gauss; Gauss-Jordan Elimination Method; Inverse Matrices; Jacobi Iteration Method; Gauss-Seidel Iteration Method. PLT 103 General Aircraft Knowledge 2+0 3,0 Basic Definitions: Motion, Relative motion, Atmosphere, Lift in air, Flight, Aircraft; Aerodynamic Analysis of Air Resistance; Analysis of Aircraft: Balloon, Zeppelin, Glider, Airplane, Helicopter, Parachute; Basic Aircraft Aerodynamics; Wing and Its Elements; Power Systems, Airframe and Landing Gear; Aircraft Equipment; Flight Instruments and Navigation; Helicopter; Study of Aircraft in the Inventory, Study of the Airfield and Maintenance Facilities. PLT 104 International Agreements and Organizations 2+0 3,0 Development of International Aviation; International Agreements: Paris and Havana Agreements; The Chicago Convention; The Warsaw Convention; The Hague and Montreal Conventions; The Hague and Tokyo Convention; T Freedom of Air Traffic Agreements; International Organizations: International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); International Air Transport Association (IATA); ECAC; Euro control; Joint Aviation Authority (JAA); ICAO Annexes: Airworthiness of Aircrafts (8); Aircraft Nationality and Registration (7); Personal Licensing (1); Security (17); Aircraft Accident Investigation (13) Commercial Practices: Aircraft Leasing. PLT 106 Basics of Aircraft II 3+0 4,5 Basic Definitions; Aircraft Board Services and Energy; Basics of Electricity; Static Electricity and Its Importance in

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Aviation; Aircraft Electrical Equipment; Board Instruments; Flight Displays, Pilot's Instruments; Engine Displays; Fuel and Lubrication Systems; Aircraft Hydraulic Equipment and Displays, Aircraft Pneumatic Equipment; Aircraft Antiicing Equipment; Communication Equipment; Aircraft Navigation Systems; Landing Systems and Others. PLT 110 Air Traffic Services 2+0 3,0 Airfields, Runways, Taxiways and Aprons; Terminal Building; Hangar and Cargo Facilities; MTO Office; Fire Department; Airport Signs; Airport Lighting System; Geographical Coordinates and Time Zones; Organization of Air Space; Aviation Chart; Flight Rules and Flight Planning; VFR Flight Rules; Special Flight Rules; IFR Flight Rules; Filling Flight Plans; NOTAM and Aviation Publications; Air Traffic Control and Services; Operation of Air Taxi; Communications; Area and Approach Control. PLT 203 Basics of Aircraft III 2+0 3,0 Gyroscopic systems: Principles of gyroscope, Maintaining position in space, Rigidity principle; Flight Instruments Operating with Gyroscope Principles: Attitude indicator, Directional indicator, Turn and slip indicator; Pitot-Static Systems: Pilot system; Instruments Operating with PitotStatic System: Airspeed indicator, Altimeter, Vertical speed indicator, Troubleshooting in pilot-static system; Communication Systems; Navigation Systems; Transponder; Engine Indicators and Systems; Types of Altitude; Airspeeds; Conversion Formulas and Magnetic Compass. PLT 204 Normal Procedures I 12+0 1,5 Familiarization to Flight; Preflight Preparation and Checks; Preflight Inspections, Checklist Following and Operating Procedures; Before Starting Engine Checks; Starting Engine Checks; Before T axiing Checks; Taxiing Checks; On Holding Point (engine run up) Checks; Before Take-off Checks; Take-off Checks, Take-off; Climb Checks; Cruise Checks; Descend Checks; Traffic Circuit Pattern (Downwind) and Before Landing Checks; After Landing Checks; Engine Shut-Down and Securing Procedures. PLT 206 Emergency Procedures I 12+0 1,5 Airspeeds for Emergency Operations; Engine Failure During Take-Off: During take off run, Immediately after take-off; Engine Failure During Flight; Engine Fire in Flight; Electrical System Emergency Procedures: Electrical fire in flight, Electrical power supply failure; Vacuum System Failure; Static Source Blocked: Alternate static air source; Air Start; Smoke and Fire; Engine Fire During Starting: If engine start, If engine does not start. PLT 212 Flight Meteorology 30+0 3,0 The AIP Structure; General: National regulation and requirements; Tables and codes, Services; Charges for aerodromes/heliports and air navigation services; En-route: General rules and procedures, Air traffic services airspace, ATS routes, Radio navigation aids/systems; Navigation Warnings; En-rote charts; Aerodromes: Aerodromes/Heliports- Introduction: Instrument approach

charts, Standard instrument departure routes, Standard arrival routes. PLT 216 Human Performance and Limitations 44+0 4,5 General Concept of Human Factors in Aviation; Human Factors in Aircraft Accidents; Aviation Physiology; Atmosphere; Respiratory and Circulatory Systems; Hypoxia and Hyperventilation; Man and Environment: Sensory System; Central and Peripheral Perception Systems; Vision; Basic Functions and Parts of Eye; Visual Problems During Day and Night; Equilibrium; Spatial Disorientation; Perception System; Nutrition; Hygiene; Health Care: Harmful effects of tobacco and alcohol in a viation; Self Imposed Stress, Incapacitation in Flight; Crew Resource Management. PLT 220 Avionics 12+0 1,5 KMA 24 Audio Control System; KX 165 Communication and Navigation System; KX 155 Communication and Navigation System; KT 76A Transponder; KR 87 Digital ADF; KY 196A Communication Transceiver; KY 197A Communication Transceiver; KNS 80 Area Navigation; KN 62A Distance Measuring Equipment; KI 525A Horizontal Situation Indicator; RMI Radio Magnetic Indicator; CDI Course Deviation Indicator. PLT 221 General Navigation and Flight Planning I 3+0 4,5 Navigation: General navigation, Basics of navigation; The Solar System; The Earth; Time and Time Conversions; Distances; Magnetism and Compasses; Charts; Dead Reckoning Navigation (DR); In-flight Navigation; Flight Log; A Typical Planning; Latitude; Longitude; Conversion of Time to Arc and vice versa; Setting Up Navigation Charts; Use of Computer; Type of Altitude; Wind and Its Effect; Earth Convergence. PLT 224 Standard Operational Procedures I 12+0 1,5 Aircraft Logbook Inspection; General Fuselage Condition Checks; Analysis of Aircraft Failures; Exceptional Flight Procedures; Oil and Fuel Check; Preflight Inspection; Use of Checklist; Before Starting Engine Checks; Communication Procedures; Checks of Controls; Starting Engine and Checks; Flight Safety Precautions; Determination of Primer; Taxi and Take-off Instructions; Taxiing Technique and Checks; Before Take-off Checks; Magnetos Checks; Engine Run-Up Checks; Take-off; Use of Throttle; Heading, Airspeed and Engine Instrument Checks; Crosswind Technique During Take-off. PLT 225 Aerodynamics 3+0 4,5 Basic Laws of Physics And Thermodynamics Related To Aerodynamics; Atmosphere; International Standard Atmosphere; Bernoulli's Principle; Airspeed Measurement; Introduction To Compressible Flow; Airfoils; Lift Theories; Boundary Layer; Drag; Wings; Aerodynamic Characteristics of The Wings; Stalls; Drag Polar; High Lift Devices; Compressibility Effects On The Aircraft Aerodynamics.

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PLT 227 The Earth and Solar System 2+0 3,0 Creation of Solar System Models; Fundamentals of Sun and Solar System Formation; Principles of Sub Systems; Earth and Fundamentals of Earth Physics; Earth and Its Coordinates; Great Circles and Small Circles; Latitude and Longitude; Distance and Directions; Parallel and Meridian; Coordinate Systems; Time Formation Based on Rotation of the Earth; Classification of Projections. PLT 229 Radio Navigation Aids 2+0 3,0 General Information About Radio Waves; Classification of Navigation Systems; ADF (Automatic Direction Finder); VOR (VHF Omni Directional Range); DME (Distance Measuring Equipment); TACAN (Tactical Air Navigation); ILS (Instrument Landing System); MLS (Microwave Landing System); RA (Radio Altimeter); GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System); RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging); GCA (Ground Control Approach); OMEGA; GPS (Global Positioning System); INS (Inertial Navigation System). PLT 231 Piston and Jet Engines 2+0 3,0 Piston Engines: Engine cycles; Mechanic; Thermal and Volumetric Efficiencies; Power Calculations; Factors Affecting Engine Performance; Classification of Piston Engines; Main Parts of Piston Engines; Float Type Carburetors; Fuel Injection Systems; Start and Ignition Systems; Lubricants and Fuels; Lubrication System; Engine Instruments; Supercharger/Turbocharger Systems; Propeller Reduction Gears; Jet Engine: Principles; Engine Parts: Air inlet; Compressor; Combustion Chamber; Turbine; Exhaust; Start and Ignition Systems; Lubrication and Fuel Systems; APU Unit. PLT 232 Air Traffic Communication I 24+18 4,5 Radio technics phonetic alphabet and mors codes; How to say numbers time system abbreviations; Standard phraseology standard words and definitions; call signs, type of call signs; correction, read back - frequency change; radio check; engine start up procedures and taxi instructions; Take off clearance enroute procedures; position reports; flight level or altitude; Approach and traffic patern procedures, runway vacating after landing; radio failure, transponder procedures; distress communications, urgency communications. PLT 233 Flight Performance 2+0 3,0 Rules and related documents; Load factors and design speeds; Maximum design weights; Take-off limitations; Navigation limitations; Extended twin engine operations (ETOPS); Landing limitations, Weight and balance; Aircraft classes; Flight equations; Take-off, Climb, Cruise, Descent, Holding, Landing; Operation procedures, Fuel calculations; Flight preparation; Flight management; Flight tolerances; Flight. PLT 234 Introduction to Aircraft Types I 30+0 3,0 General: Engine, Propeller, Fuel, Oil, Hydraulic; Limitations: Speed symbol and terminology, Emergency Procedures: Practical speed, Examples; Normal Procedures:

Practical speed; Standard Performance Graphics and Its Use; Weight and Balance: Filling weight and balance sheet; Equipment List, Compulsory and noncompulsory equipment, Definition and application of aircraft and its systems, Wing, Fuselage, Engine, Avionics, Aircraft ground and maintenance service (Cross country application). PLT 235 Flight Operations 2+0 3,0 Requirements of ICAO Annex 6; Flight Operations; Performance and Limitations; Instruments, Equipment and Flight Documents; Communication and Navigation Equipment; Flight Crew; Security; Requirements of JAROPS; Air Operator Certification; Operational Procedures; Requirements for All Weather Operations; Instruments and Equipment; Communication and Navigation Equipment; Navigation Requirements for Long Range Flights; Flight Management; Transoceanic and Polar Flight; MNPS Airspace; Special Procedures and Hazards: MEL; De/AntiIcing; Bird Strike; Noise Abatement; Fire/Smoke; Decompression; Wind shear and Microburst; Wake Turbulence; Security; Emergency Landings; Fuel Jettisoning; Dangerous Goods; Contaminated Runway. PLT 236 Flight and Ground Safety I 15+0 1,5 Main Factors in Flight Safety; Human Factor in Flight Safety; Machine Factor; Environmental Effects: Natural environment, Artificial environment; Relationships among Man, machine and environment. Environment; Human Performance; Risk Factors in Management; Risk Factors Regarding Human Psychology; Risk Factors Regarding Human Personality and Defective Behaviors; Disciplines of Human Factors/Conceptional Model; Risk Factors Regarding Human Physiology; Health Factors Necessary for Flight; Medical Limitations for Flight Crew. PLT 237 Flight Procedures 2+0 3,0 General Criteria: Speed, Aircraft categories, Turn performance, Wind effect and wind spiral, Climb and descent rate, Minimum obstacle clearance, Fix and fix tolerances, Flight technical tolerances; Conventional Holding Procedures; Instrument Approach: Reversal procedures, Racetrack; Instrument Approach Segment: Arrival, Initial approach, Intermediate approach, Final approach, Missed approach, Non precision approach: Obstacle clearance, Circling approach; Precision approach: Obstacle assessment surface (OAS), Collision risk model (CRM); Departure Procedures; Area Navigation (RNAV) Procedures: VOR/DME RNAV, DME/DME RNAV, GNSS RNAV, RNAV Holding, RNAV Approach, RNAV Departure. PLT 238 Practice in Flight I 0+15 4,5 Familiarization of Flight and Aeroplane: Engine start, Taxi, Take-off, Climb, Entering to training areas, Flight controls, Communication with control tower; Training Area Works: Keeping of training area, Air maneuvers, Emergency applications, Leaving training area; Traffic pattern: Down wind, Base leg, Final approach and landing; After Landing Procedures: Parking, Engine shutdown.

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PLT 310 Simulator Procedures I 0+10 3,0 Checklist Procedure; Engine Start-Up and Controls; Air Traffic Communication; Engine Controls Before Take Off; Take-Off; Climb; Cruise; Descent and Abnormal Situations; Traffic Pattern; Landing; Go-Around; Landing Techniques with Crosswind; Homing Procedures with ADF; Cross Country Preplanning; Using Plotter; Homing with VOR-ADF; HSI Training; Using DME; Entry Procedures to Aerospace and Circuit Traffic Pattern; Wind Correction On The Route; Short Cutting and Divert Procedures; Procedures in Case of Loosing; Procedures in Case of Radio Failure; Emergency Procedures in the Air and on The Ground. PLT 317 Emergency Procedures III 15+0 1,5 Engine Failure: During take-off run, Immediately after take-off, In flight; Low Oil Pressure; Low Fuel Flow; Engine Vibration; Propeller Governor Failure; Forced Landing: Without engine power, Precautionary landing with engine power; Emergency Descent; Fire: During engine start, In flight, Electrical fire, Wing fire; Icing; Landing Gear Malfunctions; Landing without Stipulator Control; Electrical Malfunctions; Night Flight Procedures; Airspeed Indicator Failure; Landing without Flaps; Spin; Jammed Doors; Optimum Glide Speed without Engine Power. PLT 319 Aviation Psychology 40+0 4,5 Definition of Aviation Psychology and History; Human Information Processing; Vigilance and Attention; Senses and Perception; Definition of Attention: Main factors affecting person's attention level, Attention in working group; Perception: Senses and functions of perception; Memory and Learning: Basic forms and types of memory; Definition of Motivation: Relationship between motivation and learning, Performance and attention; Personality: Definition, Developing stages, Personality disorders; Human Error and Decision Making; Communication: Various level of communication, Communication practice in regard to preventing or solving conflicts; Stress Management Techniques. PLT 325 Flight and Ground Safety II 30+0 3,0 Stress Management; Environmental Stress Factors and Their Effects; Mental and Physical Health; Time Limitation for Mission and Flights; Behaviors of Passengers and Typical Passenger; Effects of Natural Events (MTO) in Flight Safety; Vortex; Distance Clearance Between Aircraft: Suggestion of ICAO and NTSB; Runway and Hydroplaning; Slippery Runways and Accidents; Wind shear/Microburst; Bird Hazard and Avoidance Techniques; High Voltage Lines; Other Environmental Factors: Electromagnetic Interference. PLT 327 Navigation and Flight Planning II 42+0 4,5 Studies on Performance Chart of TB'9 or TIGER; Computer Use on VFR Navigation; Dead Reckoning; Fulfilling and Using VFR Flight Log; Fulfilling VFR Flight Plan; Finding Radial by VOR and ADF; VFR Navigation Planning and Application; Control Zone and Service; Responsibilities of Pilot; Finding Direction by Radio Waves; Chart Reading

M ethods in Navigation; Studies of SOP in Terms of Navigation. PLT 334 Air Traffic Communication II 24+18 4,5 How to say time and the use of time; Explanation of special terms; Standard phraseologies; Procedures of IFR air traffic communication; Engine start-up; Taxi; Enroute; Approach and radar approach procedures; Prescision and nonprecision approach; Clearance procedures and the transfer of communication; telecommunications network; Selcal procedures; Transponder procedures; General examples. PLT 335 S tandard Operational Procedures IV 15+0 1,5 Aircraft Logbook Inspection; External and Internal Preflight Checks; Starting Engine; Take-off and Entering Training Areas; Climbing; Straight and Level Flight; Descending; Leaving Training Areas and Entering Traffic Pattern; Going Around; Touch and Go; Landing; Changing Configuration; Changing Speed; Low Speed Flight; Steep Turns; Planning Navigation; Disorientation Procedures; Eyes Closed Cockpit Control; ADF/VOR Homing; Recovering from Abnormal Situations; Half Panel; S Turns, A and B Patterns; Front and Back Course Interception; SID; Holding; RNAV; DME Arc, Radial and Approach; ILS; Cross Country Procedures; Night Flight. PLT 341 Emergency Procedures II 12+0 1,5 Pitot-Static System Failure: Maximum gliding distance without engine power, Landing emergencies; Recovering from Spin; Ditching; Proposing Recovery; Alternator Failure; Communication Failure; Warning Lights from Tower; Rejecting Take-Off; Recovering from Abnormal Situation; Forced Landing. PLT 343 Standard Operational Procedures II 12+0 1,5 Leaving Traffic Circuit and Climbing; After Take-off Checks; Relationship Between Nose and Horizon; Importance of Exterior Checks; Use of Air Corridor; Transition from Climbing to Straight and Level Flight; Power Setting; Airspeed; Transition from Straight and Level Flight to Climbing; Transition from Descending to Straight and Level Flight; Transition from Straight and Level Flight to Descending; Training Areas and Entering Training Areas; Exterior and Interior Checks and Turns; Normal and Steep Turns and Stalls. PLT 345 Practice in Flight II 0+20 4,5 Traffic Pattern and Training Area Works: Dual received and solo traffic patterns, Dual received and solo air maneuvers, Flight controls, Emergency applications; Dual Received and Solo Cross Country Flights: Using of map and flight log, Following of time and terrain, be over specific points on time, Position reports, Leaving TCA, Entering TCA, Communication with control centers. PLT 346 Practice in Flight III 0+40 7,5 Simulator Flight: Familiarization, Cross country applications; Dual Received Training Area Flights: Air maneuvers, Flight controls; Cross Country Flights: Cross

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country to foreign aerodrome, Procedures of foreign aerodrome. PLT 347 Normal Procedures II 20+0 3,0 Preflight Internal and External Inspection; Reading Checklist and Application Procedures; Before Start-up Controls; Before Taxi Controls; Holding Point and Before Line-up Controls; Line-up; Take-off; Climbing; Setting Level Flight and Controls; P rocedures of Training Areas; Descent; Traffic Patterns and Landing; After Landing Controls; Shut Down Controls. PLT 349 Introduction to Aircraft Types II 25+0 3,0 General: Engine, Propeller, Fuel, Oil, Hydraulics; Symbols, Abbreviations and Terminology; Limits: Speed, Power plant, Weight and maneuvering limits; Emergency Procedures: Application of speed; Normal Procedures: Application procedures, Standards; Performance Charts: Weight and balance, Descriptions, Definitions, Aircraft handling services and M aintenance; Day and Night IFR Equipment; Night VFR Equipment; De-icing Systems; Autopilot (KFC 150 and KAP 150); Ground Power Receptacles. PLT 351 Basic Instrument 36+0 4,5 Practice in Flight; Checklist Procedure; Climb; Cruise; Power Settings; Speed Change; Turns; Constant Speed Maneuvers; Constant Varyo Maneuvers; ADF/VOR Homing; Trim Technique; Configuration Changes; CrossCheck Technique; Timed Turns; Stalls; Unusual Attitudes Exists; Partial Panel Flying; 'S? Maneuvers; A/B Pattern; Uses of Flight Instrument as Stand-by or Main. PLT 353 Practice in Flight IV 0+35 7,5 Cockpit Operations; Take-Off; Climbs; Cruise; Turns; Speed Change; Configuration Changes; Constant Speed and Varyo Maneuvers; 'S? Maneuvers; Unusual Attitudes; Partial Panel Flying; ADF/VOR Homing; A/B Pattern; Cross-Check Techniques; Emergency Procedure; Air Traffic Communication. PLT 355 Simülator Application II 0+10 3,0 Flight Preparation; Eye Closed Cockpit Checks Take Off; Climbing; Level Flight; Thrust Adjustment Turning; Speed Changing; Configuration Changing Timed Turning; Turning With Magnetic Compass Constant Speed; Constant Descent Maneuvers; 'S? Maneuvers; Stall Application; Abnormal Procedures Partial Panel Flight; A And B Patterns; Cross Checks. PLT 357 Flight Safety III 15+0 1,5 The Effects of Natural Events to Flight Safety; Wing Edge Vortex; Separations Between Airplanes; Hydroplaning; Windshear / Microburst; Bird Hazard And Adding Procedures; Thunderstorms and Associated Hazards; Turbulence and Operation In Turbulence; Windstorm; Flight Operation In Volcanic Ash; Icing; Icing Classification and Hazards.

PLT 413 Radio Instrument Flight 40+0 4,5 Homing; Front Course Interception; Reversal Procedures; Time; Fuel Calculation; Determining Position; Alternate Aerodrome Procedures; SID; Partial Panel; Circling Approach; Crossing Station; Holding, Entering and Applying; Drift and Time Correction; Intersection and Intersection Holding; RNAV; Approaching and Maintaining Route to NAV Point; ASR Applications; DME Arc: Entering, Leaving; Maintaining ILS Approach; Missed Approach. PLT 416 Jeppesen 20+0 3,0 Introduction; Jeppesen Sections: Briefing bulletin, Charts NOTAM, Area NOTAM, Terminal NOTAM, Enroute procedures and explanation of chart specifications; Radio Aids; Introduction to Navigation Equipment; Radar Service and Procedures; Meteorology: Introduction, Limits; Tables and Codes; Introduction to Conversion Tables; ATC; Document 8168; Document 4444; Entry Requirements: VISA and passport procedures; Emergency Procedures; Airport Directory; Airport Information. PLT 428 Weight and Balance 20+0 3,0 Introduction; Theory of weight and balance: Aircraft weight, Maximum weight, Empty weight, Dry operation weight, Operational weight, Useful load, Traffic load, Datum line, Arm; Moment: Examples about moment; Center of Gravity (CG): Numeric indication of CG, Distance of CG, Aircraft loading stations, Load and trim sheet. PLT 429 Practice in Flight V 0+28 6,0 Pre Flight Preparation; Standard Instrument Departure; Cruise; Course Interceptions; Reversal Procedures; Holding: Entering and applying, Drift and time Correction; VOR - DME Approach Procedures; Circling Approach; Missed Approach; ASR Applications; Partial Panel; Time and Fuel Calculation; RNAV Procedures; DME Arc Interception; ILS Approach; Cross Check Techniques. PLT 430 Simulator Application III 0+10 3,0 Flight Preparation; SID Procedures; ADF-VOR Homing Procedures; Course Intercepts; Back Track Procedures; Course Reversals And Backtrack Procedures; Entering Holding And Holding Procedures; Wind And Time Correction In Holding Patterns; VOR And VOR DME Procedures Circling Approach; Missed Approach; Radar Vectoring; RNAV Procedures; DME-ARC Procedures; Time and Fuel Computation; Position Check and Alternate Airport Procedures; ILS Approach Procedures and Radio Communication. PLT 432 Modern Instrument Systems 36+0 4,5 Basic Optics and Display Types; Displayed Flight Information; EFIS, ECAM, FWS; ARINC 429, ARINC 629; Structure of Avionics Systems; BITE (Built In Test Equipment); Maintenance Levels; Troubleshooting Classification; Structure of BITE; Navigation Systems of Modern Aircraft; Calculation of Flight Information; Transferring Information to Flight Crew; VOR; ILS and

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MRK Systems; TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System); Structure and Operation; Transferring Information to Flight Crew; CMS (Central Maintenance System): General structure; Report Types. PLT 434 Radio Instrument Cross Country 50+0 6,0 General Rules for TB-20 Aircraft: Specification of NDB and VOR Stations, Using of ADF and VOR, Homing with VOR and ADF protection and maintain of course with ADF and VOR, Pre-planning, Choosing way, Flight information service, Weather information briefing, Alternate aerodrome, Selecting altitude, Navigation log; Rules of S.H.Y.O.: Instructor and student / AIS briefing, Instructor and student documents, Take off briefing, Approach briefing, Flight log, Take off and landing form. PLT 435 Practice in Flight VI 0+30 6,0 Preflight Preparation; Communication and Navigation System Check; ATC and Take off Briefing; Standard Instrument Departure; Course Interceptions; Cruise and Position Check; Time and Fuel Check; Altimeter Setting Procedures; Descending Briefing; Holding Procedures; Instrument Approach Procedures; Missed Approach Procedure; Circling Approach; IFR Communication Procedure. PLT 436 Flight Planning and Flight Monitoring 24+0 3,0 Explaining The Type of The Flight Plan Regulatory Requirements For Instrument Flight Within Various Types of Airspace; Computation of Estimated Time En Route And Total Fuel Requirements Based On Such Factors Such As Power Settings, Operating Altitude or Flight Fuel and Wind; Fuel Reserve Requirements; Selection And Correct Interpretation of The Current and Applicable En Route Charts; SIDS; STARS and Instrument Approach Charts; Explaining NOTAM Information; Determining Required Performance of the Aircraft and Operating Limitations; Preparation and Fling VFR; IFR Flight Plan; Having Weather Information Pertinent to the Proposed Route of Flight and Destination; Rules For The Alternate Routes and Destination; Plotting Proper Routes; Altitudes. PLT 437 Simulator Application IV 0+5 1,5 Flight Preparation; Radio and Navigation System Checks; ATC Read Back Procedures; SID Briefing and Application; Course Interception Time Check Altimeter Procedures; Descent Briefing; Instrument Approach Procedures; ILS Procedures Circling Approach; Missed Approach Procedures and Radio Communication. PLT 438 Normal Procedures III 12+0 1,5 Preflight Inspections; Reading Check-list and Application Procedures; Before Starting Engine Check-list; Before Taxi Check-list; Holding Point and Before Line up Check-list; Take-off Check-list; Climbing; Cruise; Entering procedures to training area; Descending, Traffic Pattern; Landing; After Landing Check-list; Engine Shut Down Check-list. PLT 439 Night Flight 12+0 1,5

Eye's Anatomy and Physiology; Effect of Light on Eye; Main Factor for Seeing Visual Illumination Adaptation to Dark, Factors on Dark Vision; The Techniques for Good Night Vision; Illumination and Lighting System; Runway Lights System; Approach Lights System; Light Being Used on Radio Failure; General Decisions Being Held by SHYO. PLT 440 Emergency Procedures IV 12+0 1,5 Engine Fire on Ground; Engine Failure During Ground Roll; Engine Failure After Lift Off; Engine Failure or Fire in Flight; Engine Failure in Flight Below Vmc; Emergency Descent Procedure; Single Engine Go Around; Landing Gear Manual Extension; Air Start: Starter Assist; Wind milling Engine and Propeller; Cross feed; Boost Pump Failure; Electrical Smoke or Fire; Electrical Emergency Procedures; Generator Failure; Excessive Battery Charge; Cabin Above 10.000 ft; Cabin Door Unsafe. PLT 444 Standard Operation Procedures V 12+0 1,5 reflight Inspections; Start-up; Taxi controls; Before Takeoff Controls; Line up and Take-off; After Take-off Controls; Straight and Level Flight; Descending and Approach Controls; Traffic Pattern; Landing; Missed Approach; After landing controls; Engine shut-down; Climbing: Performance setting, Turns, Airspeed restrictions, Straight and level flight, Performance settings, Use of Pilot Operation Handbook (POH); Normal and Steep Turns; Airspeed Changes; Restrictions; Descending; Approach and Landing Patterns. PLT 446 Radar, Autopilot and GPS 12+0 1,5 Radar: Air radar parts, Operational principles, Radar features, Errors, Functions and control buttons of air radar screen during flight, Monitoring on air radar screen, Flight planning by air radar, Testing air radar on ground after maintenance, Testing air radar in flight after maintenance; Autopilot Features: Use of autopilot, Control panel and autopilot programmer, Normal operation procedures; Flight Director (FD): Manuel FD, Autopilot and flight director relation, Flight by autopilot; Global Positioning System (GPS). PLT 448 Introduction to Aircraft Types III 20+0 3,0 Engine Systems: Generator and electrical load limits, Temperature limits; Fuel System: Fuel system schematics, Fuel pump operation; Oil System: Types of oil used, Oil system schematics, Oil pumps and operation, Temperature limits; Starter System: Starter limits; Propeller System; Airspeeds: Straight and level flight, climb and descent airspeeds; Maximum Weights: Maximum take-off, landing and loading weights; Maximum Load Coefficient; Fuselage System. PLT 452 Multy Crew Cooperation (MCC) 36+0 4,5 Definitions; Air Traffic Control and Cabin Crew Communication; Crew Resource Management Program (CRMP); Preflight Preparation; Practical Training in Cockpit; Flight Line Activities; Situation Awareness (SA); Personnel Behavior; Explanation of Situation; Perception and Reality; Loss of Consciousness; Cabin Crew Behaviors

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Leading to Problems; Decision Making; Types of Personality and Attitude; Flight Management; Communication Methods; Check-list Practice; PIC/PNIC Flight and Missions; Mission and Responsibilities in Applying Emergency Procedures. PLT 454 Practice in Flight VII 0+15 4,5 Preflight Preparation Check-List; Take-Off Climb; Cruise Flight; Normal Turn; Steep Turn; Series of PV; Speed Changes; Configuration Changes; Slow Flight; Single Engine Training Descent; Entering Traffic Pattern; Emergency Descent; Traffic Pattern; Final Approach; Landing; Go-Around; Using FD And AP Fletner Technique; Radio Procedures; Emergency Procedures; Crew Cooperation; Using S/S System; ATC Readback; SID Procedures; Course Interception; ASR Procedures; Flight Planning; Calculating Time/Fuel; Descent Briefing; Holding; Instrument Approach Procedures; Circle to Land Procedures. PZL 210 Customer Relations 2+0 3,0 Concept of Customer Relations Management; Customer Value and Customer Classification; Customer Relations Process; Customer Services Quality and Control; Customer Complaints; Customer Loyalty: Reaching customers and customer retention programs; Role of information technology: Using information, Database marketing, Sale force automation; Customer Relations Management and Internet; Analysis and Planning Process in Customer Relations Management; Integrating Customer Relations Management and Company Strategies; Management of Customer Oriented Change. PZL 302 Marketing Management 3+0 4,5 Concept of Marketing; Evolution of Marketing; Functions of Marketing; Environmental Conditions of Marketing; Marketing Information Systems and Marketing Research; Market Concept; Market Segmentation and Target Market Selection; Customer Behavior in Industrial Markets; Product; Price; Distribution Channels and Physical Distribution; Sales Promotions; International Marketing. PZL 410 Airline Marketing 2+0 3,0 The Marketing Concept; The Market for Air Transport Services; Airline Industry-Marketing Environment; Airline Marketing Strategy; Product Analysis for Airlines; Problems of Pricing; Distribution of Product; Selling The Airline Product; Policies of Advertising and Promotion; Total Quality Management. RSM 212 Fundamentals of Painting 3+0 4,5 Color in Painting: Simultaneity of color, Color contrast, harmony, Combinations of color; Principles of eye drawing and painting; Painting Techniques and Composition Knowledge; Examples; Techniques of painting: Drawing Materials; Gouache, Pastel and Lavi Techniques; Painting Objects: Plane and proportion. SAG 102 First Aid 2+0 3,0

Social Importance of First Aid; Aims of First Aid; Precautions To Be Considered by The One Who Will Apply First Aid; Human Body; First Aid Materials; Strangulations and Supplying Respiration; Stopping Bleedings and Supplying The Blood Circulation: External and internal bleeding signs and first aid, Recognition of blackout of consciousness and first aid, Shock causes and recognition of shock related to bleeding and first aid, Coma degrees and first aid, First aid in heartbeat stopping, Applying cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and artificial respiration together; Injury Types and First Aid; Burn and Boils; Fractures, Dislocations and Spraining; Poisonings, Freezing, Hot and Electric Shocks; Communication; Preparation of Injured P erson for Carrying and Carrying Types. SER 246 Fundamentals of Ceramics 3+0 4,5 Fundamentals: Description of ceramics and clay, materials used for shaping clays; Different Types of Clays: Red clay, grogged clay; Hand Shaping Methods; Basic Ceramics Terminology and Technical Knowledge About Clays; Two and Three Dimensional Hand Shaping; Vase, bowl, cylinder, pot, ashtray, dish, etc.; Biscuit Firing; Glazing: Glazes, different type of glazing techniques; Glaze Firing; Discussion About The Ceramics Forms; Slide shows; Visit to Fine Art Faculty Ceramics Department. SHU 101 Introduction to Civil Aviation 2+0 3,0 Historical Development of Civil Aviation in World: Definition of Civil Aviation; Civil Aviation Activities; International Civil Aviation System: Conventions, Organizations, Regulations, Bilateral agreements, Air traffic rights; National Civil Aviation Regulations: General and commercial aviation; National Civil Aviation System; Airports: Definition and facilities, Airside and landside, Terminal design; Air Transportation in World and Turkey: Privatization, Mergers and alliances.

SHU 102 Meteorology 3+0 4,5 Atmosphere; ICAO Standard Atmosphere; Pressure: Pressure systems, QFE, QNH, QNE; Temperature; Humidity; Wind: Direction and speed units, General circulation, Monsoon cyclone; Visibility: Runway visibility; Clouds: Types of clouds, Amount of clouds, Ceiling; Meteorological Events (rain, fog, etc); METAR; Trend Type Runway Landing Forecast; SPECI; Coding Examples: TAF, AMD, Reading examples; Tropopase; Thunder Storms and Flying in Thunder Storms? Turbulence; Wind Shear; Jet Stream; Inversion; Advection, Icing and Its Effects on Aircraft; Air Mass; Front; Important Air Charts; Flight Forms. SHU 103 Flight Theory 2+0 3,0 Theory of Flight: Aerostatics, Aerodynamics; Basic Aerodynamics: Physical characteristics of air, Standard atmosphere, Airflow-airflow regions, Components of aerodynamic force, L/D ratio; Wing: Geometrical, structural and aerodynamic characteristics, Wing

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configurations, Flaps; Fuselage: Geometrical, structural and aerodynamic characteristics; Landing Gear: Types and components; Flight Control Surfaces: Primary flight control surfaces, Tabs; Aircraft Power plant: Reciprocating engines and propeller, Gas turbine engines. SHU 104 Air Transportation 2+0 3,0 The Transportation System: Description and comparison of subsystems of transportation; Air Transportation: The structure of air transportation, the economic and social benefits of air transportation; The Components of Air Transportation: Airlines, Airports, Aviation services, Legislative and regulatory bodies and aviation authorities, Customers; Regulations in Air Transportation: Liberalization trends in international air transportation, Civil aviation regulations in Turkey; Air Transportation in the World; Air Transportation in Turkey. SHU 106 Airport and Airport Equipment 2+0 3,0 Definitions of The Terms Frequently Used In Textbooks; Studying Data To Be Reported To Aeronautical Information Services I; Studying Data To Be Reported To Aeronautical Information Services II; Presenting Physical Characteristics of Movement Area At An Aerodrome; Presenting Obstacle Limitation Surfaces And Removal; Examining Visual Aids For Navigation-Markings On The Runway; Taxiway And Apron; Examining Visual Aids For Navigation-Lights; Examining Visual Aids For NavigationSigns And Markers; Presenting Visual Aids For Denoting Obstacles; Examining Visual Aids For Denoting Restricted Use Areas; Presenting Other Equipment And Installation Such As Secondary Power Supply; Electrical Systems And Security Lighting; Examining Emergency And Other Services 1; Examining Emergency And Other Services 1. SHU 201 Navigation and Navigation Aids 3+0 4,5 General Information about Radio Waves; ADF (Automatic Direction Finder); VOR (VHF Omni Range); DME (Distance Measuring Equipment); ILS (Instrument Landing System); MLS (Microwave Landing System), RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging); OMEGA; GPS (Global Positioning System); INS (Inertial Navigation System); Navigation Types; General Definitions; Altitude Types; Maps; Navigation Calculations; Aircraft Manuals; AIP and Jeppesen; Aviation Charts; Planning of IFR Navigation and Documentation; Preparation of Flight Plans. SHU 202 Ramp and Ground Operation Services 3+0 4,5 Explanation of the Aircraft Weight: Maximum landing weight (M.L.W.), Maximum take-off weight (M.T.O.W.), Maximum zero-fuel weight (M.Z.F.W.), Dry operating weight (D.O.W.); Flight Balance Structure: Loading of the unit load device (U.L.D.), Loading of the A2 and W palettes, Bulk loading; Loading Limitations: Maximum loading, Maximum load calculations; Balancing Load: Balancing load in aircraft-according to weight, volume and specifications of load; Tying the Load: Heavy cargo, Palettes; The Care at the Loading Goods a Loading nd Operations: The rule of the last in-first out, the rule of the

first in-last out; Security and Prevention of the Damage: Dangerous Goods. SHU 203 Basic Operations 3+0 4,5 Basic Flight Management Principles; AIP and Sections; Flight Plan; Meteorological Services for International Air Navigation; Effective Weather Events; Information and Services for Airlines and Flight Crews; Aerodrome Management Rules and Minimum Required Responsibilities; Take-Off and Landing Performances; Effective Factors for Take-Off and Landing; Flight Management Control, Dispatch and Dispatch Responsibilities; Dispatch Release and Dispatch of Flight; Fuel Planning Principles; Airport Selection and Use. SHU 205 Management Statistics 3+0 4,5 Introduction to Statistics: Description and content of statistics, Classification and representation of data with graphics, Means, Variation measurement, Asymmetric and skewed measurements, Ratios, Fixed variable, Simple and combined indices, Concept about sampling, Sampling techniques, Estimation of sample mean and ratio confidence intervals, Estimation of sample mean and ratio difference confidence intervals; Hypothesis Testing: Null hypothesis, Alternative hypothesis, Type I error, Type II error, Hypothesis testing for one population; Small Sample Theory; Student Distribution, Chi-Square Independence and Homogeneity Tests. SHU 209 Airport Operations 2+0 3,5 The Airport as an Operational System; The Function of the Airport; Classifications of Airports; The Economic Role of Airports; Ground Handling; Baggage Handling; Passenger Terminal Operations; Cargo Operations; Other Airport Operations: Snow removal, Aircraft rescue and fire fighting, Security, Ground support equipment; Airport Technical Services: Air traffic control, telecommunication, meteorology. SHU 212 Operation and Performance 3+0 4,5 Theory of Weight and Balance; Aircraft Weights, Effects of over Loading on Aircraft Performance: Importance of balance to aircraft, Center of gravity and balance, Center of gravity and mean aerodynamic chord; Methods Used in Weight and Balance Calculations: Load and Loading in Air transportation, load limitation, loading limitation, aircraft limitation; Passenger and Load Transportation Regulations; Dangerous Goods Regulations; Filing of Load Sheet and Load Message; Filing of Loading Instruction; Examples of application. SHU 214 Passenger Handling Services 4+0 6,0 Definition of Passenger; Carriage of the Valuable Papers; Carriage of Baggage; Mid-Points in the Travel: Stopover, Transfer, Transit; Considerations Taken in Passenger Tickets; Special Fare Tickets; Special Fare Baggage; Transportation with the Piece Concept; Transportation Rules of the Excess Baggage; Transportation Rules for Pets; Transportation Rules of the Cabin Baggage; Endorsement; Reissue.

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SHU 216 Cargo Sale 4+0 6,0 Definition of ICAO and IATA; IATA Regions and Maps; Definitions; Round-Up Rules; Fare According to Weight; Consignment; Consignee Rights; Carrier Responsibilities; Priorities of the Fare Systems; Explanation of Tact Rates; Weight Break-even Points; General Cargo Fares; Expenditures; Value Declaration Fare; Main Good Fares; Live Animal Carriage Fares; Valuable Cargo Carriage Fares; Corpse Carriage Fares; Newspaper; Magazine; Periodical Publications; Books; Materials for Blind People; Fares of the Baggage Carry As a Cargo; Abbreviations. SHU 220 Dangerous Goods 4+0 6,0 Introduction; Basics and Philosophy of Regulations; Applicability and Training Requirements; Classification of Dangerous goods and Classification Procedures; List of Dangerous Goods, Special Provisions; Shipper's Responsibilities, Carrier's Responsibilities; Acceptance and Handling: Packing, type of packages and application of packing requirements; Packaging specifications and performance tests; Marking and labeling; Documentation and Application; Handling Procedures of Dangerous Goods; Air Transportation Regulations: Regulations of radioactive materials; General review and evaluation of term. SHU 222 CRS Applications 3+0 4,5 Basic Concepts; Global Indicators; One Way, Return Trip Fare Calculation; Ticket Issuance; PTA, MPD Issuance; Special Fares; Mixed Class; Child and Infant Fares; Encoding, Decoding; Timetable Entries; Flight Display: Sale on flight display; Waiting List; ARNK Segment; Name, Phone Number, Ticketing and Booking Entries; OSI, SSR Entries; Dividing Reservation File; Fare Display: Fare quote; Miscellaneous Entries; Document Production. SHU 302 Airline Management 3+0 4,5 Air Transportation Systems; Airlines and Their Product: Airlines, Air transportation markets, Supply and demand; Cost Structure of Airlines; Airline Management and Organization; Functional Departments of Airlines; Air Transportation Operations of Airlines; Network Structure of Airlines: Line, Grid and Hub&Spoke Networks; Global Airline Concept; Airline Alliances; Evaluation of Airline Industry; New Management Approaches at Airlines; Airlines and E-Commerce; Air Cargo Transportation. SHU 304 Air Traffic Rules and Services 3+0 4,5 Definitions; Abbreviations; Applicability of Air Rules; Explanation of Air Rules in Terms of Countries; Adaptation of Air Rules; Responsibility for Adaptation of Air Rules; Collision Avoidance; Nearness; Interception; Landing; Lights Used by Airplane; Flight Plan; Appropriateness of Flight Plan; Contents of Flight Plan; Filling Flight Plan Signalization; Rules of VFR; Rules of IFR; Minimum Flight Level; Cancellation of IFR Plan for VFR Flight; Interception of Civil Aircraft and Escort; Illegal Interference. SHU 403 Finance in Aviation Companies 3+0 4,5

Importance of Finance in Aviation Companies; Financial Structure of Airlines; Financial Needs and Financial Planning in Air Transportation: Fleet and Network Effect on Financial Needs; Financial Sources for Airlines; Special Financial Problems in Air Transportation; Financial Problems of Airlines in Turkey; Financial Structure of Airports and Financial Needs; Airport Financial Sources and Financing Methods; Financial Implementations of Other Aviation Companies. SHU 404 Airport Management 3+0 4,5 Patterns of Airport Ownership and Management; Airport Privatization; Airport Infrastructure Problems; Economic Characteristics and Financial Structures of Airports; Airport Revenue and Cost Structure; Aeronautical Charges and Pricing Policies: Alternative pricing strategies; Relationship Between Airport Design and Revenue: Developing airport commercial strategies; Measuring Airport Performance; Present Situation and the Future of Airports in Management Perspective in Turkey. SHU 405 Aviation Safety 3+0 4,5 Aviation Safety Concept; Factors Affecting Aviation Safety; Human Factors in Aviation Safety: Human performance, physiological and psychological factors, Risks, Knowledge, skills and experience, Team work; Passenger Safety; Crew Resource Management; Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance; Human Factors in Air Traffic Control; Human Factors in Airport Activities; Improving Safety Culture of Aviation Organizations; Accident Investigation; Flight Safety and Security. SHU 406 Aviation Security 2+0 3,0 History of International Aviation Security; International Civil Aviation Organizations; Conventions and Agreements Regarding International Aviation Security; National Civil Aviation Security Departments and Units; National Law and Regulations; Airport Security Areas; Security Measures at Airports: Landside and Airside, Security Equipment; Human Factor in Airport Security; The Importance of Terminal Design in Terms of Airport Security.

SHU 407 Ground Handling Management 2+0 3,0 The History and Development of Ground Handling Services; The Scope and Concept of Ground Handling; Turkish Civil Aviation Law; Ground Handling Legislation (SHY-22); Aviation Directive (shy-150-10a); Service Contract by Ground Handling Co & Airport Authority; Airport Tariff Charges; EC 96/67 Regulation & Comparison with TR Regulation SHY-22; Standard Ground Handling Agreement (Main Agreement; Annex-A, AnnexB, ICAO; Supplement-9 Facilitations; Organizational Structure of Ground Handling Co.;Introduction to Research Planning. SHU 412 Airline Fleet Planning 2+0 3,0 Fleet Concept and Fleet Planning in Airlines: Airlines mission, strategies, and their relationship with fleet

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planning, Relationship between marketing and fleet planning, Economic and environmental effects of fleet planning, Flexibility of fleet planning; Organization of Fleet Planning: Types of Aircraft characteristics, comparison of aircraft in terms of performance, operation, technology, ergonomy and point of view marketing, Evaluation for airport characteristics, flight rules and networks; Operational Cost Analysis for Fleet Planning: Aircraft acquisition and leasing costs, Maintenance costs, Ground handling costs, Landing and navigation costs, Fuel costs, Flight crew costs, Other constraints relevant of costs. SHU 416 Aircraft Maintenance Management 2+0 3,0 Fundamentals of Aircraft Maintenance; Technical Regulations on Aircraft Maintenance; Types and Levels of Aircraft Maintenance; Tasks and Activities; Aircraft Maintenance Concepts and Primary Maintenance Process; Development of Initial Maintenance Program; Analyzing the Aircraft Maintenance Department in a Typical Airline; Major Processes in an Aircraft Maintenance Department; Documentation of Aircraft Maintenance; Outsourcing of Aircraft Maintenance Activities; Aircraft Maintenance on Financial and Operational Leasing; Aircraft Maintenance Costs. SHU 420 Logistics Management 3+0 4,5 The Concept of Logistics; Development of Logistics Management; Logistics And S ervices: Consumer Services; Supply Chains; Production/Service Activity Process; Integration of Logistics Activities; Integrated Logistics; Global Logistics; Elements of Logistics: Network Design; Information Systems; Transportation; Stock Procedures; Package And Distribution; Tools And Supplies; Logistics Sources; Logistics Management Applies: Organization; Planning; Costs; Pricing; Performance Measuring And Reporting; Examples: Applications of Logistics Management In Airlines. SHU 424 Aircraft Maintenance and Reliability Management 3+0 4,5 Fundamentals of Aircraft Maintenance; System Approach and Aircraft Maintenance Activities; Concept of Reliability and Aircraft Maintenance; Types and Levels of Aircraft Maintenance; Aircraft Maintenance Tasks and Activities; Aircraft Maintenance Regulations and Maintenance Methods; Reliability Centered Maintenance; Maintenance Guides; Development of Maintenance Program; Development of Customized Aircraft Maintenance Program; Aircraft Maintenance Planning; Aircraft Reliability Program; Aircraft Maintenance Costs; Human Factors on Aircraft Maintenance. SHU 498 Applications of Civil Aviation Management 0+6 4,5 Research Techniques: Basic research and applied research, Data collection techniques, Data processing; Research Methods: Subject selection, Subject restriction, Reference collection; Detailed Research on a Subject in Civil Aviation Management: Definition of the problem or the subject in details, Definition of solution techniques or analysis methods, Researching and performing practical works,

Results; Reporting: Page set up, Sentence structure, Headings, Abbreviation formats, Figure and table formats, Table of references format. SNT 155 History of Art 2+0 3,0 History of Civilization and Evolution of Art: Prehistoric to Present; Concepts and Terminology in Art with Samples; Interrelation among Art-Religion and Society; Effects of Religion on Artistic Development; Reflections and Interpretations of Judaism, Christianity and Islam on Art; Renaissance: Emergence, Effects, Artists, Works of Art; Architecture and Plastic Arts; Art in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Relation to the main historical currents of the period. SOS 107 Behavioral Sciences 2+0 2,5 Introduction to Sociology and the Sociological Method; The Emergence of Science of Sociology and Sociological Theories; Society and Social Structure; Culture; Socialization; Social Groups; The Family; Social Stratification and Social Change; Introduction to Psychology; Psychology of Lifelong Development; Motives and Emotions; Sensation and Perception; Learning; Psychology of Personality and Personality Theories; Social Effects on Behavior; Attitudes. SOS 155 Folkdance 2+0 3,0 Dance in Primitive Cultures; Dance in Earlier Civilizations; Dance in the Middle Age and Renaissance; Dance in the 18th and 19th Centuries; Dances of the 20th Century; Ballet; Turkish Dances; Emergence of Folkdance; Anatolian Folkdance: Classification, Accompanying instruments; Methods and Techniques of Collecting Folkdance; Problems in Collecting Folkdance; Teaching of Folkdance; Adapting Folkdance for Stage: Stage, Stage aesthetics and Choreography, Orientation and choreography. SOS 312 Organizational Behavior 3+0 4,5 Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior; Historical Perspective; Research Techniques; Individual Organizations and Personality; Attitudes and Job Satisfaction; Personal Differences: Biographical characteristics, Abilities, Learning; Organizational Culture; Social Groups and Group Dynamics in Organizations; Participative Management; Motivation Process and Theories of Motivation; Leadership and Leadership Theories in Organizations; Conflict in Organizations; Stress and Stress Management; Organization, Environment and Technology; Organizational Change; Organizational Development; Team Work in Organizations; Power and Politics. TAR 253 Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution 2+0 3,0 Reforms in the Ottoman Empire; Trablusgarp Battle; Balkan Battles; The First World War; Mondoros Cease-fire Treaty and Fall of the Ottoman Empire; Beginning and Organization of National Struggle by Mustafa Kemal Pasha throughout Anatolia: Mustafa Kemal Pasha's arrival in

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Samsun, Amasya Circular, Congresses of Erzurum and Sivas; Opening of the First Grand National Assembly; Sevres Peace Treaty; Foundation of Regular Army. Fronts of Independence War: Eastern front, Southern front, Western front; Battles on the Western Front: Battles of Inönü, Battles of Eskisehir and Kütahya, Battle of Sakarya, Major Offensive; Mudanya Cease-Fire Treaty; Lausanne Peace Treaty; Declaration of Republic; Revolution and Counter Revolution; Foundation of Constitutional System; Politics during Turkish Republic: Domestic and Foreign; Fundamentals of Turkish Republic and Background Intellectual Movements; Foundation of DemocraticJuridical State; Innovations in Law, Education, Economy and social life; Atatürk's Principles: Republicanism, Nationalism, Populism, Etatism, Secularism, Revolutionism; General Characteristics of Principles; Evaluation of Kemalism from an ideological perspective. TKY 304 Quality Assurance Systems 2+0 3,0 General: Description of quality, Quality control; Requirements of Quality Assurance System; Role of Quality Assurance System in Total Quality Management: Description of total quality management; Quality Standards; Detailed Understanding Of ISO 9000 Series; Quality Standards in Aircraft Maintenance; JAR-145: General, Maintenance records, Maintenance organization exposition, Maintenance procedures and quality system, Audits, Facility requirements, Approval and extent of approval. TKY 401 Reliability Analysis 3+0 4,5 The Concept of Reliability; Power System Reliability; Probability Theory: Sets, Events, Probability, Random variables and their distributions, Measures of distributions, Some discrete and continuous distributions; Component Reliability: Non-repairable components, Hazard models, Components with preventive maintenance, Repairable components-ideal repair, Ideal repair and preventive maintenance, Repairable components-normal repair, Normal repair and preventive maintenance; System Reliability-Network Methods: Logic diagrams, Monotonic structures, The reliability of series-parallel structures; System Reliability-The State-Space Method: System representation, State probabilities, State frequencies a nd duration. TRS 113 Technical Drawing and Perspective 2+2 4,5 Drafting Equipment: drawing instruments, papers; Scales; Applications: line studies, lettering; Geometrical Constructions: lines, curves, tangents; Projections and Views; Dimensioning; Sectioning; Perspectives; Surface Finishing: symbols; Tolerancing; Microfilms and Computer Technologies, Units and Conventions in Aerospace; Special Topics: Aircraft wiring schematics and diagrams. TRZ 202 Travel Agencies and Tour Operators 3+0 4,5 Travel Agencies and Tour Operators in Tourism Industry; Organizational Differences between Tour Operators and Travel Agencies; Travel Agency's Revenue Compositions and Specializations; Tour Operators Purchasing Activities;

Types of Tours; Types of Travel Agencies; Types of Tour Operators; Careers in Travel Companies. TÜR 103 Turkish Language 4+0 6,0 Language: Origins, Language, Culture and society; Language-Reform: Turkish language association; Languages of the World; Language Families; Modern Turkish: Phonetics, Morphology, Syntax, Spelling; Punctuation; Text Types: Short Story, Novel, Article, Essay, Poetry, Drama. UGB 305 Airframe Workshop I 0+6 4,5 Safety Rules, Aircraft and Workshop; PneumaticallyMechanical Tools, Fasteners: Basic characteristics, Calculating the dimensions; Technical Orders: Maintenance of aircraft instruments, Repairing, Service and control methods; Measuring Equipment: Use and measuring techniques; Repair Techniques: Manufacturing and repairing of structural parts; Sheet Metal Layout; Hydraulic Units: Revision and test of units such as pumps, actuator, valve etc; Safety Wiring Methods; Lock Wiring Methods; Workshop Applications. UGB 306 Airframe Systems II 3+0 3,0 Cabin Atmospheric Control Systems: Air conditioning and ressurization systems, Sources of cabin pressure, Cabin compressors, Pressurization valves, Cabin pressure control system, Air distribution, Air conditioning system, Heating systems, Cooling systems, Oxygen systems; Ice, Rain and Fire Protection Systems: Ice protection systems, Icing and Its risks, Anti-icing systems, Rain protection systems, Fire protection systems, Fire detection and extinguishing systems, Types of fire and extinguishing agent, Engine fire protection systems. UGB 308 Composite Materials 3+0 4,5 Classification of Composite Materials; Fiber Materials: Glass, Baron, Graphite, Aramid, Silicon carbide, Alumna Fiber; Matrix Materials: Epoxy resin, Polyester, Vinyl ester, Fenolic resin, Metal matrix; Production and Fabrication Methods of Composite Materials; Environmental Degradation of Composites; Maintenance and Overhaul of Composite Materials; Nondestructive Inspection of Composite Materials; Use of Composite Materials in Aircraft Structures; Mechanical Behavior of Composite Materials; Micro Mechanical and Macro Mechanical Behavior of a Lamina; Macro Mechanical Behavior of a Laminate. UGB 309 Aircraft Structures and Airframe Systems I 2+2 4,5 Airframe Structures: General concepts, Fuselage, Wings, Stabilizers, Flight control surfaces, Nacelles/Pylons; Hydraulic Systems: Basic principles, Hydraulic fluids, Basic hydraulic systems, Hydraulic systems components and work principles, Special types of aircraft hydraulic systems; Pneumatic Systems: Pneumatic systems components and work principles, Special types of aircraft pneumatic systems; Flight Controls and Work Principles;

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Landing Gear: Construction, Work principles, Wheels, Brakes, Tyres, Steering. UGB 310 Aircraft Structures and Airframe Systems II 3+0 4,5 Cabin Pressurization and Air Conditioning: Air supply, Air distribution, Pressurization systems, Air conditioning systems; Safety and Warning Devices; Oxygen Systems; Ice and Rain Protection: Ice formation, Anti-icing and deicing systems, Rain protection; Fuel Systems: Types of aviation fuel and characteristics, Fuel systems contaminants, Fuel system components, Types of fuel systems, Refuelling and defuelling, Indicators; Fire Protection Systems: Fire warning and extinguishing systems; Water and Waste Systems; Equipment and Furnishings. UGB 403 Airframe Workshop II 0+4 3,0 Hand Forming: Manufacturing of structural of aircraft using metal and wood block; Fuselage and Wing Repair: Repairing of damaged parts according to repairing technical manuals; Hydraulic Systems; Landing Gears: Revision of landing gear and brake systems; Honeycomb: Honeycomb repair with make cure; Hose: Producing and repairing; Corrosion: Corrosion damaged of aircraft metals; Welding, Plating, Soldering and Bonding; Bearing; Aircraft Weight and Balance; Symmetry; Aircraft Handling and Storage. UGB 405 Nondestructive Inspection Methods 2+0 3,0 Introduction of Non-Destructive Inspection; The Role and Importance of Non-destructive Inspection; The Benefits of Non-Destructive Inspection Methods in Aircraft Maintenance; Classification of Aircraft Service Life: Defects such as corrosion and fatigue; Surface Cleaning Methods Before Non-destructive Inspection Application; Radiography Method; The Basic Principle; Advantages and Inconveniences; Ultrasonic Inspection: The basic principle, advantages a inconveniences; Eddy Curent Inspection: nd The basic principle, advantages and inconveniences; Visual Inspection as a Non-destructive Inspection; Liquid Penetrant Inspection: The Basic Principle: Advantages and inconveniences. UGB 408 Fracture Mechanics 3+0 4,5 Introduction To Fracture Mechanics; Damage Tolerance And Fracture Mechanics; Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics; Stress At A Crack Tip; Stress Intensity Factor; Plastic Zone And Stresses In Plane Stress And Plane Strain; Constant Amplitude Crack Growth In A Structure; Load Interaction; Retardation; Crack Growth Analysis For Variable Amplitude Loading; Fracture Control; Crack Control; Determining Inspection Intervals; Fracture Control Plans; The Cost of Fracture And Fracture Control; Damage Tolerance Concept; Aircraft Damage Tolerance Requirement. UMB 301 Reciprocating Engines 4+0 6,0 Fundamentals: Operating cycles, Mechanical, thermal and volumetric efficiencies, Piston displacement and compression ratio; Power Calculations; Factors Affecting

Performance; Engine Classification; Engine Construction: Crankcase, Crank shaft, Cylinder and piston assemblies, Bearings; Carburetors: Types, Construction and principles of operation; Fuel Injection Systems; Starting And Ignition Systems; Lubricants and Fuels; Lubrication Systems; Supercharger/Turbocharger Systems; Engine Storage And Preservation. UMB 306 Power plant Workshop II 0+4 3,0 Usage of Technical Orders; Air Inlet; Compressors; Combustion Chamber; Turbine Section: Types of turbine blades and their operating characteristics; Exhaust; Bearings and Seals; Lubricants and Fuels; Lubrication Systems; Fuel Systems; Air Systems; Starting and Ignition Systems; Engine Indication Systems; Power Increasing Systems; Turboprop Engines; Turboshaft Engines; Auxiliary Power Units; Engine Installation; Fire Preventing Systems; Engine Monitoring and Ground Operating; Engine Storage and Preservation. UMB 310 Fuel Systems of Gas Turbine Engines in Aircraft 3+0 4,5 Fundamental Concepts: Definition of flame, Equations of flame; Types of Gas Turbine Engines; Jet Engine Fuels and Properties; Combustion Chambers: Types and properties of combustion chambers; Fuel Injection; Ignition; Fuel Systems in Gas Turbines; Fuel Control Systems: Basic components, Engine control devices, Fuel instrumentation, Electronic engine control; Afterburner and Fuel Control Systems with Afterburner; Some Applications on the Fuel Control Systems. UMB 316 Aircraft Gas Turbine Theory 3+0 4,5 Main Concepts: Potential and kinetic energy, The motion law of Newton, the Brayton cycle, Turbojet, turbofan, turboshaft, turboprop engines; Engine Performance: Thrust, Specific fuel consumption, Efficiencies, Inlet; Compressor: Axial and centrifigual compressors, Stall and surge, Air flow control methods, Compression ratio; Combustion Chamber: The types of the combustion chambers and operations; Turbine: Axial and radial flow turbines; The exhaust: Structural characteristics and the operations principles, Converge and diverge nozzles, Noise, Thrust reverser.

UMB 401 Gas Turbine Engine Systems 2+1 3,0 The Lubrication System; The Fuel System: Engine control and the fuel indication system, Electronic engine control; Air System: Inner cooling, Anti-ice system; Starting and Ignition System; Engine Indication Systems: Temperature, Thrust, Pressure, Engine RPM, Torque, Power; Power Augmentation System: Water ejections, Post-combustion systems; Turboprop Engines: Gearbox system, Engine and propelling control, Over speed security equipment; Turboshaft Engines; APU; Engine Installation; Fire

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Protection Systems; Engine monitoring and start on Ground: FOD; Engine Storing and Conservation. UMB 403 Powerplant Workshop I 0+6 4,5 Usage of Hand Tools; Usage of Mechanic Measuring Equipments; Structure of The Engine; Reciprocating Engines and Their Cleaning Procedure; Engine Fuel Systems; Carburettors; Fuel Injection Systems; Starting and Ignition Systems; Induction, Exhaust and Cooling Systems; Supercharging/Turbocharging; Lubricants and Fuels; Lubrication Systems; Engine Indication Systems; Engine Installation; Engine Monitoring and Ground Operating; Lock-Wiring Techniques; Cylinder Order and Stroke Code; Cylinder Colour Codes; Differential Compression Test; troubleshooting; Engine Storage and Preservation. UMB 442 Repair Process on Aircraft Engine 3+0 4,5 Introduction; Welding and Brazing: Oxyacetylene welding, Gas tungsten welding Gas metal arc welding, Shielded metal arc welding, Plasma arc welding, Electron beam welding, Laser beam welding; Brazing; Advanced Methods of Machining: Electrochemical machining: Electrochemical grinding, Electro dicharge machining, Laser machining; Protective Coatings: Diffusion coatings, MCrAIY overlays, Metallic-ceramic coatings, Thermal barrier coatings, Thermal spray coatings; Auxiliary operations; Evaluation. UMB 452 The Application of Gas Turbine's for Cogeneration 3+0 4,5 Introduction To Cogeneration; Thermodynamic Principles of Combined Cycle Plants; Important Technical Parameters For Cogeneration: Heat-To- Power Ratio; Quality of Thermal Energy Needed; Load Patterns; Fuels Available; System Reliability; Classification of Cogeneration Systems: Base Electrical Load Matching; Base Thermal Load Matching; Electrical Load Matching; Thermal Load Matching; Technological Advances In Cogeneration: Reciprocating Engine; Gas Turbine; Steam Turbine; Fuel Cells; Application of Cogeneration.

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