Läroplaner för studerande med studiestart hösten 2016

Maritime Technology (270 SP)

Examen: Yrkeshögskoleexamen i sjöfart
Examensbenämning: Ingenjör (YH)
Beräknad studietid: 4,5 år
Studieform: FlerformsstudierFlerformsstudier
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CORE

Core Studies

SP
MO15S1      SP
MO15S101

Onboard Community and Watchkeeping Duties



The student
• Is familiarised with the vessel as a social environment and work place
• knows the onboard community and how it functions
• knows the watchkeeping arrangements onboard vessels at sea and in port
• knows how to keep a navigational watch according to the principles of good seamanship
• knows how to steer the vessel and how to follow helm orders also when given in the English language
• knows how to steer using magnetic and gyro-compasses
• understands helm orders
• knows how to change-over from automatic pilot to hand steering and vice versa
• knows the decisions on manning of ships, certification of sea-farers and watchkeeping onboard
• gains a thorough knowledge of different communication systems onboard
• gains a thorough knowledge of alarm systems onboard and one's personal duties in connection with these
• is able to understand orders and to use seafaring terminology and definitions with the officer of the watch, and to handover watch according to the watchkeeping routines, and knows the responsibilities of a look-out
• is familiar with the preparations before arrival, taking a pilot onboard, anchoring operations and mooring
• is familiar with the basic principles of the protection of the marine environment
• Familiarisation and security awareness.
     3 SP
MO15S2      SP
MO15S201

Basics of Electrical Engineering



The student gains knowledge in electricity and knows basic safety principles of electricity and electrical machines and devices. The student is also able to carry out electro technological exercises.
     1,5 SP
MO15S3      SP
MO15S301

Steam Technology



The student acquires skills, which are essential for operating and maintaining steam boilers.
     1,5 SP
MO15S302

Technical drawing



The student gains a thorough knowledge of reading drawings and schematics, as well as has the skills to produce similar simple drawings.
     1 SP
MO15S303

Internal Combustion Engines



The student gains basic knowledge about the construction of internal combustion engines, their function and use
     3 SP
MO15S304

Engine Room Simulator 1



The student gains at basic knowledge of a ship’s machinery system, has the ability to understand the construction and function of different subsystems, as well as their purpose and effect on a complete marine engine.
     1,5 SP
MO15S305

Workshop exercises 1.



The purpose of the course is to provide the student with fundamental professional skills in repair-, manufacturing-, and measurement-methods used within the engineering industry.
     1,5 SP
MO15S4      SP
MO15S401

Basic safety



The student is provided with the basic safety skills required in the STCW-Convention for everyone intending to work onboard a vessel, in accordance with STCW-Code: A-VI/1-1 and A-VI/1-4.
     0,75 SP
MO15S402

Basic firefighting



The student familiarizes him-/herself with the fire-fighting equipment onboard, its operational aspects and areas of usage, and is able to perform common fire-fighting measures onboard the vessel in accordance with STCW-Code: A-VI/1-2.
     0,5 SP
MO15S403

Medical care 1, first aid



The student gains basic knowledge and skills in first aid as to various kinds of accidents and illnesses onboard a vessel, in accordance with STCW-Code: A-VI/1-3 and A-VI/2-1.
     0,75 SP
MO15S404

Lifeboatman



The student is provided with the skills and knowledge needed for the issuance of the certificate Course in Survival Crafts and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats in accordance with STCW-Code: A-VI/2–1.
     0,75 SP
MO15S405

Tanker Familiarization Course



The aim of the Tanker Familiarization Course is that those who in-tend to start working on a tanker, others than officers or crew having responsibility for cargo transport or handling, will get acquainted with tanker cargoes, cargo handling equipment, cargo shipments and tanker operations.
After passing the course the student gets a certificate which entitles him/her to apply for an official certificate from the Finnish Maritime Administration.
     0,5 SP
MO15CN      SP
MO15CN01

Mathematics 1



To provide the student with good mathematical readiness for further studies at the university of applied sciences level.
     1,5 SP
MO15CN02

Mathematics 2



To provide the student with good mathematical readiness for further studies at the university of applied sciences level
     1,5 SP
MO15CN03

Mathematics 3/4



The student understands the concept of differential coefficient and knows how to apply it.
The student is able to perform easier derivative and integral calculations.
The student is able to determine surfaces and volumes with the help of integrals.
     3 SP
MO15CN04

Mathematics 6



The student is provided with knowledge of graphical presentations and interpretation of statistical material.
The student is familiar with the basics of probability calculus and has knowledge of the normal distribution.
     1,5 SP
MO15CN05

Mathematics 7



The student is able to apply linear optimization when planning the transport of cargoes to several ports.
     1,5 SP
MO15CN06

Mathematics 8



To provide the student with good skills in mathematics in order to be able to solve practical problems.
     3 SP
MO15CN07

Physics 1



To provide the student with good skills in the subject of physics for further studies at the university of applied sciences level.
     1 SP
MO15CN08

Physics 2



To provide the student with good skills in the subject of physics for further studies at the university of applied sciences level.
     2 SP
MO15CN09

Physics 3



To provide the student with good skills in the subject of physics for further studies at the university of applied sciences level.
     2 SP
MO15CN10

Physics 4



To provide the student with knowledge of direct-current and alternating current theory and semi-conductors.
     2,5 SP
MO15CN11

Maritime Chemistry



The student is able to assess the chemical characteristics of different cargoes both from safety and environmental perspectives and understands the chemical background of cargo handling.
     1 SP
MO15CN12

IT Studies 1



The student is provided with knowledge of the basics of in-formation technology, word-processing, table management and information communication
     1,5 SP
MO15CL      SP
MO15CL01

Professional English 1



The student is able to manage the officer’s duties in connection with different emergency situations and safety exercises and drills in English
     1,5 SP
MO15CL02

Professional English 3



The student knows basic practical Maritime English. The active vocabulary, with the emphasis onboard communication, is expanded. Emphasis on practical Maritime English.
     1,5 SP
MO15CL03

English 2 (English ML E2 Maritime Business English)



The student has ability to perform administrative duties in English with the emphasis on maritime-related examples
     1,5 SP
MO15CG      SP
MO15CG01

Swedish



The student, being a beginner
• acquires the first basics of the Swedish language
• learn to understand and use simple everyday language in everyday situations.
The course content and pace will be adapted to the learning ability of the students.
     3 SP
MO15CG02

Basic Finnish



The student being a beginner
acquires the first basics of the Finnish language
learn to understand and use simple everyday language in everyday situations.
     3 SP
MO15CG03

Sustainable development



The student
knows that SD comprise an ecologic, economic, technical, social and cultural aspect which are all dependent of each other.
understand that future possibilities to survival and a good life is dependent on a sustainable use of nature, people and environment.
can consider the ecologic, social and cultural aspects of SD as well as accessibility aspects in all activities and in his/her own working community act in a sustainable way
• can take responsibility by contributing to a global sustainable development of the community.
     1,5 SP
MO15CG04

Research methodology



The student
can conform to the research process systematically and flexibly in the degree project process and in other pro-jects.
can conform to research ethics in the research process
understands and conforms to qualitative and quantitative methods.
is able to review and analyze scientific text and see the connection between research and practical operations.
is able to avail evidence based knowledge.
is able to respond to and make relevant questions.
     1,5 SP
MO15CG05     5 SP
PROFE

Professional Studies

SP
MO15O1      SP
MO15O101

Steam- and Gasturbines 1



The student gains an advanced knowledge of turbines and systems and their operating costs, in order to be able to answer for their care and maintenance.
     1,5 SP
MO15O102

Ship Diesel Engines 1



The student acquires the skills to, with required practical training, independently be responsible for operating and maintaining the vessel’s main- and auxiliary machinery. The student receives good understanding of the elements and other aspects, which have influence on safety and operating costs.
     3 SP
MO15O103

Marine Engines



The student masters the basics of the constructions and functions of the ship’s machinery as a whole, as well as alternative solutions and their qualities. The student is familiar with the basics of operating costs, maintenance aspects as well as classification and other regulations.
     4,5 SP
MO15O2      SP
MO15O201

Measurement and Control Engineering 1



The student gains understanding in, as well as is able to describe and analyze automatic control systems for different types of processes, as well as is able to choose and adjust regulators in different control configurations.
     1,5 SP
MO15O202

Electrical Engineering



The aim of the course is to provide the student with skills that can be utilized in succeeding courses involving electrical machines and –devices. The student also learns to implement laboratory work within the field of electrical engineering.
     1,5 SP
MO15O203

Automation



• After required training, the student has the proficiency to understand and master implementations of automation technology within the field of energy- and marine engineering.
• The student has the ability to analyse states and reactions based on static and dynamic information. The student knows how different factors affect the man/machine interface, especially in a control room environment.
     2 SP
MO15O204

Electrical Machines and Devices



The student is able to understand and analyse electrical machines and devices, onboard generation of electricity and manoeuver systems. The student is also provided with a comprehensive view of equivalent electric equipment on land. Synchronize a generator with the mains through different methods of synchronization.
     1,5 SP
MO15O205

Electrical Laboratory Work



The student is familiar with connection and practical usage of the components included in “Electrical machines and devices”.
     1,5 SP
MO15O      SP
MO15O301

Manufacturing Engineering



The course provides the student with knowledge about usage of different materials, processing, properties of different applications, combining methods and quality control of the manufactured product.
     2 SP
MO15O302

Materials Science



The course provides the student with knowledge about plastics, elastomers, metals and their usage in different connections. Furthermore, the course provides the student with knowledge about the standardization and technical terms of different materials. The course also provides knowledge about the structure of iron alloys, methods of heat treatments, different alloys and effect of alloy materials.
     1,5 SP
MO15O303

Piping Diagram



The student has the skills to read piping diagrams of ships. The student also has the ability to produce similar drawings by using methods used within the industry.
     1,5 SP
MO15O304

The Ship’s Piping



The student is familiar with the construction and function of the piping of a ship as well as aspects involving maintenance and operation and regulatory requirements.
     1,5 SP
MO15O305

Hydraulics and Pneumatics



The student is provided with basic knowledge about hydraulics- and pneumatics- systems, the ability to understand the function and system oriented applications of different components. Operation, maintenance and methods of troubleshooting are emphasized.
     3 SP
MO15O306

Energy Engineering Exercises 1.



The course provides the student with practical training in operation and maintenance of diesel engines with adjustable pitch propeller, steam boiler and steam turbine.
     1,5 SP
MO15O307

Engine Room Simulator 2



Simulator training in critical situations.
     1,5 SP
MO15O308

Workshop Exercises 2.



The course aims at giving basic professional skills in repair-, manufacturing-, and measurement-methods used within the engineering industry.
     1,5 SP
MO15O309

Ship technology 1



The student knows
• the basic principles of ship construction.
• the correct terms for the ships’ most important construction details as well as their purpose in the vessel.
• the technical solutions for preventing vessels from polluting the maritime environment.
• the structural solutions on ships to prevent fires and the spreading of fires.
• the principles of ship maintenance and how they affect the condition and service length of the vessel and understands the significance of one´s own contribution to ship maintenance.
• the classification of vessels. Class survey
• the corrosion problems on vessels and how they can be prevented.
• how to inspect and report damages and defects in the construction if the vessel.
     2,25 SP
MO15O4      SP
MO15O401

Environmental Protection



The student is provided with knowledge of the precautions to be taken to prevent pollution of the marine environment including:
Measures to prevent pollution and all equipment with reference to this.
Knowing the effects of seafaring on the marine environment and the sources of discharge.
Knowing the procedures which should be taken in order to prevent pollution of the marine environment with reference to both normal vessel operations and accidents.
Knowing about the obligation to report in case of damage on the vessel or observing oil in the water.
     0,75 SP
MO15O402

Advanced Fire Fighting for officers



As specified in STCW-Code: Table A-II/1.
The student
• has knowledge of fire prevention
• is able to organise firefighting drills.
• has knowledge of different types of fires and fire-related chemistry.
• has knowledge of firefighting systems.
• gains knowledge of the measures to be taken in case of a fire, including fire affecting the oil system
     1 SP
MO15O403

Safety for Officers (incl. CCM)



To fulfil the requirements set in the STCW Convention with reference to the training in maritime and ship safety for the Operational Level. STCW A-II/1
     2 SP
MO15O404

Medical Care 2



The student
• has the knowledge and skills to give immediate first aid onboard the vessel,
• knows the first aid to be given in accidents in connection with transportation of dangerous goods.
• knows how to examine an injured/ill person and can evaluate the need for help.
• is able to apply the medical care manual to practice,
• has the skills to take appropriate action on the basis of advice received on the radio/through telephone with reference to accidents or illnesses which are likely to happen onboard a vessel.
     1,5 SP
MO15O405

MRM



The student
has skills to manage human and technical resources in an operative vessel environment
is able to create conditions for a change in the attitudes towards a safer working culture and environment.
     1 SP
MO15O406

SSO (Ship Security Officer)



As specified in STCW-Code: A-VI/5
The student:
has the skills and knowledge required of a Ship Security Officer.
has theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to manage the systems and complex of problems in connection with this special area.
     0,75 SP
MO15O407

ISM + Conventions



The student has an understanding of the ISM Code and has knowledge to manage human and technical resources in operational ship environment.
     0,5 SP
MO15O408

Occupational Safety



The student:
is familiar with the accident and health risks onboard, the occupational safety organization and legislation.
has knowledge and skills to manage and organize work onboard taking occupational safety into account.
     1 SP
MO15O409

Law and Legislation



Basic knowledge of adequate conventions produced by IMO regarding safety and environmental protection of the marine environment. The basics of national maritime law.
Have an idea of the social system, the courts function and so on. Understand the meaning of the conclusion of the employment contract, understand carbon-bargaining agreement. Be aware of employers' and workers’ rights and duties of board, be aware on forced and compulsory regulations.
Recognize the existence of international safety conventions regarding marine and vessel safety (IMO, SOLAS, MARPOL).
     1 SP
MO15M1      SP
MO15M101

Mechanics 1



The student understands and is able to apply the principles for the rigid body mechanics to equilibrium problems.
     3 SP
MO15M102

Mechanics 2



The course provides the student with advanced knowledge about rigid body mechanics and skills to apply the principles to dynamic processes.
     3 SP
MO15M103

Mechanics of Materials 1



The student knows the aspects related to the strength of materials in the construction process as well as understands the principles of the strength of materials as part of the process and in addition to other planning.
     3 SP
MO15M104

Mechanics of Materials 2



The student is provided with advanced knowledge about aspects related to the strength of materials in the construction process as well as advanced knowledge about the principles of the strength of materials as part of the process and in addition to other planning.
     3 SP
MO15M105

Machine Elements



The student is familiar with and has knowledge about the most important machine elements, their areas of use, stress, strain and dimensioning.
     3 SP
MO15M106

Pumps and Pipes



After having finished the course, the student should be able to calculate friction loss, use pumps- and system curves as well as select an appropriate pump for a process, understand different regulations for pumps as well as dimension and regulate ventilators. The student is familiar with the construction and properties of different types of pumps and ventilators as well as operational problems such as pipe standards – schedules and – armatures.
     1,5 SP
MO15M107

Refrigeration



After having completed the course, the student has a general knowledge about different refrigeration applications and refrigeration units with incorporated components as well as safety and environmental aspects. The course focuses on operational assignments, such as condition monitoring, troubleshooting and maintenance.
     1,5 SP
MO15M108

Technical Thermodynamics



The student understands the main principals of thermodynamics for different thermodynamic cycles and the energy and mass balances related to these processes. Furthermore, the student understands the fundamentals of dimensioning in different processes and knows the impact of the losses on the ideal processes.
     3,5 SP
MO15M109

Steam- and Gasturbines 2



The student gains an advanced knowledge of turbines and systems and gains an understanding of the basis of calculation in relation to the dimensioning.
     1,5 SP
MO15M110

Marine Diesel Engines 2



The student gains advanced knowledge of the thermodynamics and mechanics of a diesel engine. Ability to independently perform calculations and dimensioning related to marine diesel engines.
     3 SP
MO15M111

Marine Engines 2



The student is provided with advanced knowledge about the constructions and functions of the ship’s machinery as a whole, as well as alternative solutions and their qualities.
The student is provided with advanced knowledge about operating costs, maintenance aspects as well as classification and other regulations.
     5 SP
MO15M112

Energy Engineering Exercises 2.



The course provides the student with practical training in operation, troubleshooting and maintenance of the vessel’s different subsystems.
     1,5 SP
MO15M2      SP
MO15M201

Measurement and Control Engineering 2



The student gains understanding in, as well as is able to describe and analyse automatic control systems for different types of processes, as well as is able to choose and adjust regulators in different controller configurations.
     1,5 SP
MO15M202

Electronics



The aim of the course is to provide the student with knowledge about the basics of electronics in order for the student to know the theoretical working methods involving the basic components and -circuits used to build electronic devices in regulating, measuring and steering of marine engines and generators. The student also knows how to perform control measurements and basic troubleshooting on electronic devices as well as their interconnections via busses and network.
     3 SP
MO15M203

Electrotechnological Laboratory Work



After having completed the course, the student is able to:
Carry out measurements in electrotechnological devices.
Study the properties of electrical machines.
Detect errors in electrical- and electronic devices and restore the device to normal operation. Basics of steering techniques using a PLC system.
     1,5 SP
MO15M3      SP
MO15M301

Engine Room Simulator 3



Full Mission Training
     1,5 SP
MO15M4      SP
MO15M401

Trim, stability and stress



The student understands the fundamentals of ship stability and is able to apply them in practice.
The student knows the national and international requirements with reference to ship stability. The student knows static and dynamic stability, stability criteria for different vessel types and is able to perform an inclining test. The student knows how to perform stability calculations in order to determine whether the vessel fulfils the national and international requirements concerning ship stability. The student is able to read hydrostatic tables and curves, dead weight scale. The student knows how to perform trim calculations.
     3 SP
MO15M402

International legislative requirements and Environmental Management Systems



Monitor and control compliance with international legislative requirements and measures to ensure the protection of the marine environment
     1 SP
MO15M403

Safety Management



The student is able to maintain safety and security of the ship’s crew and passengers and the operational condition of life-saving, fire-fighting and other safety systems.
The student is provided with skills to develop emergency and damage control plans and handle emergency situations.
The requirements set in the STCW Convention with reference to the training in maritime and ship safety for the Management Level, STCW A-II/2, as applicable, are fulfilled. The student is provided with knowledge and skills required to handle the management of safety-related tasks onboard both in normal operations and in crisis situations.
     1,5 SP
MO15M404

Maritime Economics



The student is provided with knowledge of the world trade, economics and how goods generally move globally. He/she gains knowledge of the functioning mechanisms and operating principles of freight markets. The student is familiar with the cost construction in connection with shipping company operations and vessel operations and financing.
     2 SP
ELEC

Elective Studies

SP
ONBOARD

Onboard Training

SP
MO15SOT     18 SP
MO15OOT     90 SP
THESIS

Thesis

SP
     15 SP


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