Program description
Content
Core Qualification
Module M0608: Basics of Electrical Engineering 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Thorsten Kern 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge  Basics of mathematics 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
Students can to draw and explain circuit diagrams for electric and electronic circuits with a small number of components. They can describe the basic function of electric and electronic componentes and can present the corresponding equations. They can demonstrate the use of the standard methods for calculations. 
Skills 
Students are able to analyse electric and electronic circuits with few components and to calculate selected quantities in the circuits. They apply the ususal methods of the electrical engineering for this. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence  none 
Autonomy 
Students are able independently to analyse electric and electronic circuits and to calculate selected quantities in the circuits. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 110, Study Time in Lecture 70 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  135 minutes 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Energy and Environmental Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Production Management and Processes: Elective Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Traffic Planning and Systems: Elective Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Process Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Production Management and Processes: Elective Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Traffic Planning and Systems: Elective Compulsory 
Course L0290: Basics of Electrical Engineering 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  3 
CP  4 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 78, Study Time in Lecture 42 
Lecturer  Prof. Thorsten Kern 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
DC networks: Current, voltage, power, Kirchhoff's laws, equivalent sources, network analysis AC: Characteristics, RMS, complexe representation, phasor diagrams, power 
Literature 
Alexander von Weiss, Manfred Krause: "Allgemeine Elektrotechnik"; ViwegVerlag, Signatur der Bibliothek der TUHH: ETB 309 Ralf Kories, Heinz Schmitt  Walter: "Taschenbuch der Elektrotechnik"; Verlag Harri Deutsch; Signatur der Bibliothek der TUHH: ETB 122 "Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik"  andere Autoren 
Course L0292: Basics of Electrical Engineering 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Thorsten Kern, Weitere Mitarbeiter 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Excercises to the analysis of circuits and the calculation of electrical quantities th the topics: DC networks: Current, voltage, power, Kirchhoff's laws, equivalent sources, AC: Characteristics, RMS, complexe representation, phasor diagrams, power 
Literature 
Alexander von Weiss, Manfred Krause: "Allgemeine Elektrotechnik"; ViwegVerlag, Signatur der Bibliothek der TUHH: ETB 309 
Module M0850: Mathematics I 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Anusch Taraz 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
School mathematics 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 

Skills 

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 

Autonomy 

Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 128, Study Time in Lecture 112 
Credit points  8 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  60 min (Analysis I) + 60 min (Linear Algebra I) 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Core Qualification: Compulsory Computational Science and Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Process Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L1010: Analysis I 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Foundations of differential and integrational calculus of one variable

Literature 

Course L1012: Analysis I 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1013: Analysis I 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH, Dr. Simon Campese 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L0912: Linear Algebra I 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Anusch Taraz, Dr. Dennis Clemens, Prof. Marko Lindner 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0913: Linear Algebra I 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Anusch Taraz, Dr. Dennis Clemens, Prof. Marko Lindner 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0914: Linear Algebra I 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dr. Christian Seifert, Dr. Dennis Clemens 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0889: Mechanics I (Statics) 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Solid school knowledge in mathematics and physics. 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
The students can

Skills 
The students can

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
The students can work in groups and support each other to overcome difficulties. 
Autonomy 
Students are capable of determining their own strengths and weaknesses and to organize their time and learning based on those. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 110, Study Time in Lecture 70 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  90 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Data Science: Specialisation Mechanics: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Core Qualification: Compulsory Computational Science and Engineering: Specialisation II. Mathematics & Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Process Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L1001: Mechanics I (Statics) 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 
K. Magnus, H.H. MüllerSlany: Grundlagen der Technischen Mechanik. 7. Auflage, Teubner (2009). D. Gross, W. Hauger, J. Schröder, W. Wall: Technische Mechanik 1. 11. Auflage, Springer (2011). 
Course L1002: Mechanics I (Statics) 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Forces and equilibrium Constraints and reactions Frames Center of mass Friction Internal forces and moments for beams 
Literature 
K. Magnus, H.H. MüllerSlany: Grundlagen der Technischen Mechanik. 7. Auflage, Teubner (2009). D. Gross, W. Hauger, J. Schröder, W. Wall: Technische Mechanik 1. 11. Auflage, Springer (2011). 
Course L1003: Mechanics I (Statics) 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Forces and equilibrium Constraints and reactions Frames Center of mass Friction Internal forces and moments for beams 
Literature 
K. Magnus, H.H. MüllerSlany: Grundlagen der Technischen Mechanik. 7. Auflage, Teubner (2009). D. Gross, W. Hauger, J. Schröder, W. Wall: Technische Mechanik 1. 11. Auflage, Springer (2011). 
Module M0933: Fundamentals of Materials Science 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Jörg Weißmüller 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Highschoollevel physics, chemistry und mathematics 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
The students have acquired a fundamental knowledge on metals, ceramics and polymers and can describe this knowledge comprehensively. Fundamental knowledge here means specifically the issues of atomic structure, microstructure, phase diagrams, phase transformations, corrosion and mechanical properties. The students know about the key aspects of characterization methods for materials and can identify relevant approaches for characterizing specific properties. They are able to trace materials phenomena back to the underlying physical and chemical laws of nature. 
Skills 
The students are able to trace materials phenomena back to the underlying physical and chemical laws of nature. Materials phenomena here refers to mechanical properties such as strength, ductility, and stiffness, chemical properties such as corrosion resistance, and to phase transformations such as solidification, precipitation, or melting. The students can explain the relation between processing conditions and the materials microstructure, and they can account for the impact of microstructure on the material’s behavior. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence   
Autonomy   
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 96, Study Time in Lecture 84 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  180 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Biomedical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Data Science: Specialisation Materials Science: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Energy and Environmental Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Specialisation Energy Technology: Elective Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Production Management and Processes: Elective Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Specialisation III. Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Production Management and Processes: Elective Compulsory 
Course L1085: Fundamentals of Materials Science I 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Jörg Weißmüller 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  
Literature 
Vorlesungsskript W.D. Callister: Materials Science and Engineering  An Introduction. 5th ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 2000, ISBN 0471320137 P. Haasen: Physikalische Metallkunde. Springer 1994 
Course L0506: Fundamentals of Materials Science II (Advanced Ceramic Materials, Polymers and Composites) 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Bodo Fiedler, Prof. Gerold Schneider 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  Chemische Bindungen und Aufbau von Festkörpern; Kristallaufbau; Werkstoffprüfung; Schweißbarkeit; Herstellung von Keramiken; Aufbau und Eigenschaften der Keramik; Herstellung, Aufbau und Eigenschaften von Gläsern; Polymerwerkstoffe, Makromolekularer Aufbau; Struktur und Eigenschaften der Polymere; Polymerverarbeitung; Verbundwerkstoffe 
Literature 
Vorlesungsskript W.D. Callister: Materials Science and Engineering An Introduction5th ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 2000, ISBN 0471320137 
Course L1095: Physical and Chemical Basics of Materials Science 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Gregor VonbunFeldbauer, Prof. Stefan Fritz Müller 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 
Für den Elektromagnetismus:
Für die Atomphysik:
Für die Materialphysik und Elastizität:

Module M1692: Computer Science for Engineers  Introduction and Overview 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Görschwin Fey  
Admission Requirements  None  
Recommended Previous Knowledge  
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results  
Professional Competence  
Knowledge  
Skills  
Personal Competence  
Social Competence  
Autonomy  
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 110, Study Time in Lecture 70  
Credit points  6  
Course achievement 


Examination  Written exam  
Examination duration and scale  90 min  
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L2685: Computer Science for Engineers  Introduction and Overview 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  3 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 48, Study Time in Lecture 42 
Lecturer  Prof. Görschwin Fey 
Language  DE/EN 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  
Literature 

Course L2686: Computer Science for Engineers  Introduction and Overview 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Görschwin Fey 
Language  DE/EN 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0577: Nontechnical Courses for Bachelors 
Module Responsible  Dagmar Richter 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge  None 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
The Nontechnical
Academic Programms (NTA) imparts skills that, in view of the TUHH’s training profile, professional engineering studies require but are not able to cover fully. Selfreliance, selfmanagement, collaboration and professional and personnel management competences. The department implements these training objectives in its teaching architecture, in its teaching and learning arrangements, in teaching areas and by means of teaching offerings in which students can qualify by opting for specific competences and a competence level at the Bachelor’s or Master’s level. The teaching offerings are pooled in two different catalogues for nontechnical complementary courses. The Learning Architecture consists of a crossdisciplinarily study offering. The centrally designed teaching offering ensures that courses in the nontechnical academic programms follow the specific profiling of TUHH degree courses. The learning architecture demands and trains independent educational planning as regards the individual development of competences. It also provides orientation knowledge in the form of “profiles” The subjects that can be studied in parallel throughout the student’s entire study program  if need be, it can be studied in one to two semesters. In view of the adaptation problems that individuals commonly face in their first semesters after making the transition from school to university and in order to encourage individually planned semesters abroad, there is no obligation to study these subjects in one or two specific semesters during the course of studies. Teaching and Learning Arrangements provide for students, separated into B.Sc. and M.Sc., to learn with and from each other across semesters. The challenge of dealing with interdisciplinarity and a variety of stages of learning in courses are part of the learning architecture and are deliberately encouraged in specific courses. Fields of Teaching are based on research findings from the academic disciplines cultural studies, social studies, arts, historical studies, migration studies, communication studies and sustainability research, and from engineering didactics. In addition, from the winter semester 2014/15 students on all Bachelor’s courses will have the opportunity to learn about business management and startups in a goaloriented way. The fields of teaching are augmented by soft skills offers and a foreign language offer. Here, the focus is on encouraging goaloriented communication skills, e.g. the skills required by outgoing engineers in international and intercultural situations. The Competence Level of the courses offered in this area is different as regards the basic training objective in the Bachelor’s and Master’s fields. These differences are reflected in the practical examples used, in content topics that refer to different professional application contexts, and in the higher scientific and theoretical level of abstraction in the B.Sc. This is also reflected in the different quality of soft skills, which relate to the different team positions and different group leadership functions of Bachelor’s and Master’s graduates in their future working life. Specialized Competence (Knowledge) Students can

Skills 
Professional Competence (Skills) In selected subareas students can

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
Personal Competences (Social Skills) Students will be able

Autonomy 
Personal Competences (Selfreliance) Students are able in selected areas

Workload in Hours  Depends on choice of courses 
Credit points  6 
Courses 
Information regarding lectures and courses can be found in the corresponding module handbook published separately. 
Module M0671: Technical Thermodynamics I 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Arne Speerforck 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge  Elementary knowledge in Mathematics and Mechanics 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
Students are familiar with the laws of Thermodynamics. They know the relation of the kinds of energy according to 1^{st} law of Thermodynamics and are aware about the limits of energy conversions according to 2^{nd} law of Thermodynamics. They are able to distinguish between state variables and process variables and know the meaning of different state variables like temperature, enthalpy, entropy and also the meaning of exergy and anergy. They are able to draw the Carnot cycle in a Thermodynamics related diagram. They know the physical difference between an ideal and a real gas and are able to use the related equations of state. They know the meaning of a fundamental state of equation and know the basics of two phase Thermodynamics. 
Skills 
Students are able to calculate the internal energy, the enthalpy, the kinetic and the potential energy as well as work and heat for simple change of states and to use this calculations for the Carnot cycle. They are able to calculate state variables for an ideal and for a real gas from measured thermal state variables. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence  The students are able to discuss in small groups and develop an approach. 
Autonomy 
Students are able to define independently tasks, to get new knowledge from existing knowledge as well as to find ways to use the knowledge in practice. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 124, Study Time in Lecture 56 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  90 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Traffic Planning and Systems: Elective Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Specialisation III. Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory Process Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Traffic Planning and Systems: Elective Compulsory 
Course L0437: Technical Thermodynamics I 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  4 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 92, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Arne Speerforck 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0439: Technical Thermodynamics I 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Arne Speerforck 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L0441: Technical Thermodynamics I 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Arne Speerforck 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0696: Mechanics II: Mechanics of Materials 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Christian Cyron 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge  Mechanics I 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge  Having accomplished this module, the students know and understand the basic concepts of continuum mechanics and elastostatics, in particular stress, strain, constitutive laws, stretching, bending, torsion, failure analysis, energy methods and stability of structures. 
Skills 
Having accomplished this module, the students are able to 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence   
Autonomy   
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 96, Study Time in Lecture 84 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  90 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Data Science: Specialisation Mechanics: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Specialisation III. Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory Process Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L0493: Mechanics II 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Christian Cyron 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
stresses and strains 
Literature 

Course L0494: Mechanics II 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Christian Cyron 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1691: Mechanics II 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Christian Cyron, Dr. Konrad Schneider 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0851: Mathematics II 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Anusch Taraz 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge  Mathematics I 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 

Skills 

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 

Autonomy 

Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 128, Study Time in Lecture 112 
Credit points  8 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  60 min (Analysis II) + 60 min (Linear Algebra II) 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Core Qualification: Compulsory Computational Science and Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Process Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L1025: Analysis II 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L1026: Analysis II 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH, Dr. Sebastian Götschel 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1027: Analysis II 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L0915: Linear Algebra II 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Anusch Taraz, Dr. Dennis Clemens, Prof. Marko Lindner 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0916: Linear Algebra II 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Anusch Taraz, Dr. Dennis Clemens, Prof. Marko Lindner 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0917: Linear Algebra II 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Anusch Taraz, Dr. Christian Seifert, Dr. Dennis Clemens, Prof. Marko Lindner 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0594: Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Design 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Dieter Krause 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 

Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
After passing the module, students are able to:

Skills 
After passing the module, students are able to:

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 

Autonomy 

Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 124, Study Time in Lecture 56 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  120 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Specialisation Energy Technology: Elective Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Specialisation III. Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory 
Course L0258: Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Design 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Dieter Krause, Prof. Josef Schlattmann, Prof. Otto von Estorff, Prof. Sören Ehlers 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
Lecture
Exercise

Literature 

Course L0259: Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Design 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Dieter Krause, Prof. Josef Schlattmann, Prof. Otto von Estorff, Prof. Sören Ehlers 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0597: Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Dieter Krause 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 

Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
After passing the module, students are able to:

Skills 
After passing the module, students are able to:

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 

Autonomy 

Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 68, Study Time in Lecture 112 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  120 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering: Compulsory Energy and Environmental Engineering: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Energy Systems: Technical Complementary Course Core Studies: Elective Compulsory Engineering Science: Specialisation Mechanical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (English program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L0264: Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design II 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Dieter Krause, Prof. Dr. Nikola Bursac 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design I & II Lecture
Exercise

Literature 

Course L0265: Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design II 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 2, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Dieter Krause, Prof. Dr. Nikola Bursac 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L0262: Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design I 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Dieter Krause, Prof. Otto von Estorff 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design I & II Lecture
Exercise

Literature 

Course L0263: Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design I 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 2, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Dieter Krause, Prof. Otto von Estorff 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M1118: Hydrostatics and Body Plan 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Good knowledge in Mathemathics IIII and Mechanics IIII. It is recommended that the students are familiar with typical design relevant drawings, e.g. Body Plan, GA Plan, Tank Plan etc. 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
The lecture enables the student to carry out all necessary theoretical calculations for ship design on a scientific level. The lecture is basic requirement for all following lectures in the subjects shipo design and safety of ships. 
Skills 
The student is able to carry out hydrostatic calculations to ensure that the ship has sufficient stability. He is able to design hull forms that are safe against capsizing or sinking. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
The student gets access to hydrostatical problems. 
Autonomy  
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 96, Study Time in Lecture 84 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  180 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L1260: Hydrostatics 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
1. Numerical Integration, Diffrentation, Interpolation  Trapezoidal Rule, Simpson, Tschebyscheff, graphical Integration Methods  Determination of Areas, 1st and 2nd order Moments  Numerical Diffrentation, Spline Interpolation 2. Buyoancy  Principle of Archimedes  Equlibrium Floating Condition  Equlibrium Computations  Hydrostatic Tables and Sounding Tables  Trim Tables 3. Stability at large heeling angles  Stability Equation  Cross Curves of Stability and Righting Levers  Numerical and Graphical Determination of Cross Curves  Heeling Moments of Free Surfaces, Water on Deck, Water Ingress  Heeling Moments of Different Type  Balance of Heeling and Righting Moments acc. to BV 1030  Intact Stability Code (General Critaria) 4. Linearization of Stability Problems  Linearization of Restoring Forces and Moments  Correlation between Metacentric Height and Righting Lever at small heeling angles  Computation of Path of Metacentric Height for Modern Hull Forms  Correlation between Righting Lever and Path of Metacentric Height  Hydrostatic Stiffness Matrix  Definition of MCT  Computation of Equilibrum Floating Conditions from Hydrostatic Tables  Effect of Free Surfaces on Initial GM  Roll Motions at Small Roll Angles 6. Stability in Waves  Roll Motions at Large Amplitudes  Pure Loss of Stability on the Wave Crest  Principle of Parametric Excitation  Principle of Direct Wave Moments  Grim´s Equivalent Wave Concept 6 Longitudinal Strength  Longitudinal Mass Distribution, Shear Forces, Bending Moments  Longitudinal Strength in Stability Booklet 7. Deadweight Survey and Inclining Experiment  Deplacement Computations from Draft mark Readings  Weights to go on /come from board  Inclining Experiment with Heeling Moments from Weights and Heeling Tanks  Residual Sounding Volumes  Determination of COG from Metacentric height and from Cross Curves  Roll Decay Test 8. Launching and Docking  Launching Plan, Arrangement of Launching Blocks  Rigid Body Launching: Tilting, Dumping, Equation of Techel  Computation of Launching Event  Bottom Pressure and Longitudinal Strength  Linear Elastic Effects  Transversal Stability on Slipway and in Dock 9. Grounding  Loss of Buoynacy when Grounded  Pointwise Grounding  Ship Grounds on Keel 10. Introduction into Damage Stability Problems  Added Mass Method  Loss of Buoyant Volume Method  Simple Equilibrium Computations  Intermediate Stages of Flooding (Addes Mass Method), Cross and Downflooding  Water Ingress Through Openings 11. Special Problems (optional and agreed upon)  e.g. Heavy Lift Operations  e.g. Jacking of Jackup Vessels  e.g. Sinking After Water Ingress 
Literature 
1. Herner/Rusch: Die Theorie des Schiffes 3. Das Skript zur Vorlesung, Anwendungsbeispiele und Klausuren sind auf unserer Homepage abrufbar.

Course L1261: Hydrostatics 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 2, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1452: Body Plan 
Typ  Project Seminar 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
As preparation for the lecture “Hydrostatics”, the students must develop a body plan of a modern twin screw vessel (cruise liner, RoPAx feryy, RoRo ) and perform elementary volumetric computations. The body plan is to be developed from a given GA or can be designed freely. All computations shall be based on graphical integration methods. The body plan consists of :  Grid  approx. 20 sections, 5 Waterlines, 5 Buttocks  Computation Volume and centre of buoyancy for several drafts  Computation of Righting Lever curve for a given displacement based on and graphical integration for several heeling angles. 
Literature 
1. Herner/Rusch: Die Theorie des Schiffes 3. Das Skript zur Vorlesung, Anwendungsbeispiele und Klausuren sind auf unserer Homepage abrufbar. 
Module M1804: Engineering Mechanics III (Dynamics) 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Mathematics I, II, Engineering Mechanics I (Statics). Parallel to Engineering Mechanik III the module Mathematics III should be attended. 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
The students can

Skills 
The students can

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
The students can work in groups and support each other to overcome difficulties. 
Autonomy 
Students are capable of determining their own strengths and weaknesses and to organize their time and learning based on those. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 96, Study Time in Lecture 84 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  120 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Data Science: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Specialisation Energy Technology: Elective Compulsory Integrated Building Technology: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Specialisation III. Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory 
Course L1134: Engineering Mechanics III (Dynamics) 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  3 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 48, Study Time in Lecture 42 
Lecturer  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Kinematics 2 Kinetics 2.3 Kinetics of rigid bodies 3 Vibrations 4 Kinetics of gyroscopes 
Literature 
K. Magnus, H.H. MüllerSlany: Grundlagen der Technischen Mechanik. 7. Auflage, Teubner (2009). D. Gross, W. Hauger, J. Schröder, W. Wall: Technische Mechanik 3 und 4. 11. Auflage, Springer (2011). 
Course L1136: Engineering Mechanics III (Dynamics) 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1135: Engineering Mechanics III (Dynamics) 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0598: Mechanical Engineering: Design 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Dieter Krause  
Admission Requirements  None  
Recommended Previous Knowledge 


Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results  
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
After passing the module, students are able to:


Skills 
After passing the module, students are able to:


Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
After passing the module, students are able to:


Autonomy 
Students are able


Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 40, Study Time in Lecture 140  
Credit points  6  
Course achievement 


Examination  Written exam  
Examination duration and scale  180  
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Biomedical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Biomedical Engineering: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering Science: Specialisation Mechatronics: Compulsory Engineering Science: Specialisation Mechanical Engineering: Compulsory Engineering Science: Specialisation Biomedical Engineering: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Specialisation Energy Technology: Elective Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L0268: Embodiment Design and 3DCAD Introduction and Practical Training 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 2, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Dieter Krause 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0695: Mechanical Design Project I 
Typ  Project/problembased Learning 
Hrs/wk  3 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 18, Study Time in Lecture 42 
Lecturer  Prof. Thorsten Schüppstuhl 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0592: Mechanical Design Project II 
Typ  Project/problembased Learning 
Hrs/wk  3 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 18, Study Time in Lecture 42 
Lecturer  Prof. Wolfgang Hintze 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 

Literature 
Dubbel, Taschenbuch für Maschinenbau, Beitz, W., Küttner, K.H, SpringerVerlag. Maschinenelemente, Band I  III, Niemann, G., SpringerVerlag. Maschinen und Konstruktionselemente, Steinhilper, W., Röper, R., SpringerVerlag. Einführung in die DINNormen, Klein, M., TeubnerVerlag. Konstruktionslehre, Pahl, G., Beitz, W., SpringerVerlag. 
Course L0267: Team Project Design Methodology 
Typ  Project/problembased Learning 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 2, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Dieter Krause 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 

Literature 

Module M0829: Foundations of Management 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Christoph Ihl 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge  Basic Knowledge of Mathematics and Business 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
After taking this module, students know the important basics of many different areas in Business and Management, from Planning and Organisation to Marketing and Innovation, and also to Investment and Controlling. In particular they are able to

Skills 
Students are able to analyse business units with respect to different criteria (organization, objectives, strategies etc.) and to carry out an Entrepreneurship project in a team. In particular, they are able to

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
Students are able to

Autonomy 
Students are able to

Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 110, Study Time in Lecture 70 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Subject theoretical and practical work 
Examination duration and scale  several written exams during the semester 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Specialisation Civil Engineering: Elective Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Specialisation Water and Environment: Elective Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Specialisation Traffic and Mobility: Elective Compulsory Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Computer Science: Core Qualification: Compulsory Data Science: Core Qualification: Compulsory Data Science: Core Qualification: Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Computer Science in Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Integrated Building Technology: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Process Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L0882: Management Tutorial 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Christoph Ihl, Katharina Roedelius 
Language  DE 
Cycle 
WiSe/ 
Content 
In the management tutorial, the contents of the lecture will be deepened by practical examples and the application of the discussed tools. If there is adequate demand, a problemoriented tutorial will be offered in parallel, which students can choose alternatively. Here, students work in groups on selfselected projects that focus on the elaboration of an innovative business idea from the point of view of an established company or a startup. Again, the business knowledge from the lecture should come to practical use. The group projects are guided by a mentor. 
Literature  Relevante Literatur aus der korrespondierenden Vorlesung. 
Course L0880: Introduction to Management 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  3 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 48, Study Time in Lecture 42 
Lecturer  Prof. Christoph Ihl, Prof. Christian Lüthje, Prof. Christian Ringle, Prof. Cornelius Herstatt, Prof. Kathrin Fischer, Prof. Matthias Meyer, Prof. Thomas Wrona, Prof. Thorsten Blecker, Prof. Wolfgang Kersten 
Language  DE 
Cycle 
WiSe/ 
Content 

Literature 
Bamberg, G., Coenenberg, A.: Betriebswirtschaftliche Entscheidungslehre, 14. Aufl., München 2008 Eisenführ, F., Weber, M.: Rationales Entscheiden, 4. Aufl., Berlin et al. 2003 Heinhold, M.: Buchführung in Fallbeispielen, 10. Aufl., Stuttgart 2006. Kruschwitz, L.: Finanzmathematik. 3. Auflage, München 2001. Pellens, B., Fülbier, R. U., Gassen, J., Sellhorn, T.: Internationale Rechnungslegung, 7. Aufl., Stuttgart 2008. Schweitzer, M.: Planung und Steuerung, in: Bea/Friedl/Schweitzer: Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Bd. 2: Führung, 9. Aufl., Stuttgart 2005. Weber, J., Schäffer, U. : Einführung in das Controlling, 12. Auflage, Stuttgart 2008. Weber, J./Weißenberger, B.: Einführung in das Rechnungswesen, 7. Auflage, Stuttgart 2006. 
Module M0853: Mathematics III 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Anusch Taraz 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge  Mathematics I + II 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 

Skills 

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 

Autonomy 

Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 128, Study Time in Lecture 112 
Credit points  8 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  60 min (Analysis III) + 60 min (Differential Equations 1) 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Core Qualification: Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Core Qualification: Compulsory Computer Science in Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Integrated Building Technology: Core Qualification: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Traffic Planning and Systems: Elective Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Production Management and Processes: Elective Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Information Technology: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Process Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Traffic Planning and Systems: Elective Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Production Management and Processes: Elective Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Specialisation Information Technology: Compulsory 
Course L1028: Analysis III 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Main features of differential and integrational calculus of several variables

Literature 

Course L1029: Analysis III 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1030: Analysis III 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1031: Differential Equations 1 (Ordinary Differential Equations) 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Main features of the theory and numerical treatment of ordinary differential equations

Literature 

Course L1032: Differential Equations 1 (Ordinary Differential Equations) 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1033: Differential Equations 1 (Ordinary Differential Equations) 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M1805: Computational Mechanics 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Mathematics IIII and Engineering Mechanics IIII 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
The students can

Skills 
The students can

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
The students can work in groups and support each other to overcome difficulties. 
Autonomy 
Students are capable of determining their own strengths and weaknesses and to organize their time and learning based on those. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 96, Study Time in Lecture 84 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  120 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Biomedical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Energy Systems: Technical Complementary Course Core Studies: Elective Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Specialisation III. Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory Theoretical Mechanical Engineering: Technical Complementary Course Core Studies: Elective Compulsory 
Course L1138: Computational Mechanics (Exercises) 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Robert Seifried, Prof. Christian Cyron 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  
Literature 
K. Magnus, H.H. MüllerSlany: Grundlagen der Technischen Mechanik. 7. Auflage, Teubner (2009). D. Gross, W. Hauger, J. Schröder, W. Wall: Technische Mechanik 14. 11. Auflage, Springer (2011). 
Course L1137: Computational Multibody Dynamics 
Typ  Integrated Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Robert Seifried 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 

Literature 
K. Magnus, H.H. MüllerSlany: Grundlagen der Technischen Mechanik. 7. Auflage, Teubner (2009). W. Schiehlen, P. Eberhard: Technische Dynamik, Springer (2012). 
Course L2475: Computational Stuctural Mechanics 
Typ  Integrated Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Christian Cyron 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
The lecture Computational Structural Mechanics extends the content of the lecture Engineering Mechanic II. It bridges the gap between the manual calculation of mechanical stress and deformation in systems with a particularly simple geometry and the efficent computerbased computation of general mechanical systems:

Literature  Gross, Hauger, Wriggers, "Technische Mechanik 4", Springer 
Module M0854: Mathematics IV 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Anusch Taraz 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge  Mathematics I  III 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 

Skills 

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 

Autonomy 

Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 68, Study Time in Lecture 112 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  60 min (Complex Functions) + 60 min (Differential Equations 2) 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Electrical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering, Focus Mechatronics: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering, Focus Theoretical Mechanical Engineering: Elective Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory General Engineering Science (English program, 7 semester): Specialisation Electrical Engineering: Compulsory Computer Science in Engineering: Specialisation II. Mathematics & Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Specialisation Mechatronics: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Specialisation Theoretical Mechanical Engineering: Elective Compulsory Mechatronics: Core Qualification: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Theoretical Mechanical Engineering: Technical Complementary Course Core Studies: Elective Compulsory 
Course L1043: Differential Equations 2 (Partial Differential Equations) 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 2, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
Main features of the theory and numerical treatment of partial differential equations

Literature 

Course L1044: Differential Equations 2 (Partial Differential Equations) 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1045: Differential Equations 2 (Partial Differential Equations) 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1038: Complex Functions 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 2, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
Main features of complex analysis

Literature 

Course L1041: Complex Functions 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L1042: Complex Functions 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dozenten des Fachbereiches Mathematik der UHH 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0680: Fluid Dynamics 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Thomas Rung 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Students should have sound knowledge of engineering mathematics, engineering mechanics and thermodynamics. 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
Students will have the required sound knowledge to explain the general principles of fluid engineering and physics of fluids. They are familiar with the similarities and differences between fluid mechanics and neighbouring subjects (thermodynamics, structural mechanics). Students can scientifically outline the rationale of flow physics using mathematical models. They are familiar with most performance analysis methods in particular their realms and limitations and the prediction of fluid engineering devices. 
Skills 
Students are able to apply fluidengineering principles and flowphysics models for the analysis of technical systems. They are able to explain physical relationships used to design fluid engineering devices. The lecture enables the student to carry out all necessary theoretical calculations for the fluid dynamic design of engineering devices on a scientific level. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
The students are able to discuss problems, present the results of their own analysis, and jointly develop solution strategies that address given technical goals. 
Autonomy 
The students are able to develop solution strategies for complex problems selfconsistent. They are able to critically analyse own results as well as external data with regards to the plausibility and reliability. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 110, Study Time in Lecture 70 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  180 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Biomedical Engineering: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Core Qualification: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Specialisation III. Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory 
Course L0454: Fluid Mechanics 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  3 
CP  4 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 78, Study Time in Lecture 42 
Lecturer  Prof. Thomas Rung 
Language  DE/EN 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0455: Fluid Mechanics 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Thomas Rung 
Language  DE/EN 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0640: Stochastics and Ship Dynamics 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Moustafa AbdelMaksoud 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 

Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
 The students are able to give an overview over various manoeuvres. They can name application goals and they can describe the procedure of the manoeuvres.  The students are able to give an overview over varius rudder types. They can name criteria in the rudder design.  The students can name computation methods which are used to determine forces and motions in waves. 
Skills 
 The students can come up with the equations of motions which are used to discribe manoeuvres. The can use and linearise them.  The students are able to determine hydrodynamic coefficients and they can explain their physical meaning.  The students can explain how a rudder works and they can explain the physical effects which can occur.  The students can mathematically describe waves.  The students can explain the mathematically description of harmoncial motions in waves and they can determine them. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
 The students can arrive at work results in groups and document them.  The students can discuss in groups and explain their point of view. 
Autonomy   The students can assess their own strengthes and weaknesses and the define further work steps on this basis. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 140, Study Time in Lecture 70 
Credit points  7 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  180 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L0352: Ship Dynamics 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Moustafa AbdelMaksoud 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
Maneuverability of ships

Literature 

Course L1620: Ship Dynamics 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Moustafa AbdelMaksoud 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L0364: Statistics and Stochastic Processes in Naval Architecure and Ocean Engineering 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dr.Ing. Ulf Göttsche 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 
V. Müller, Statistik und Stochastik in der Schiffs und Meerestechnik, Vorlesungsskript, Institut für Fluiddynamik und Schiffstheorie, Technische Universität HamburgHarburg, 2014 W. Blendermann „Grundlagen der Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung“, Vorlesungsskript, Arbeitsbereich Fluiddynamik und Schiffstheorie, Technische Universität HamburgHarburg, 2001 H. W. Coleman, W. G. Steele, Experimentation and Uncertainty Analysis for Engineers, 3^{rd }Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY, 2009 ITTC Recommended Procedures and Guidelines, In: Quality Systems Manual, International Towing Tank Conference (ITTC), 2011 F.M. Dekking, C. Kraaikamp, H.P. Lopuhaä, L.E. Meester, A Modern Introduction To Probability and Statistics, Springer, 2005 Springer Handbook of Engineering Statistics, H. Pham (Hrsg.), Springer, 2006 A. Klenke, Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie, Springer, 2013 
Module M0664: Structural Design and Construction of Ships 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Sören Ehlers 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Mechanics I  III 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
Students can reproduce design and sizing as well as fabrication of the different areas of ship structures and of different ship types (incl. detail design); they can describe calculation models for complex structures. 
Skills 
Students are capable to specify the requirements for different ship types and areas of the hull, to define design criteria for the components, to select suitable calculation models and to assess the chosen structure 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
Students are capable to present their structural design and discuss their decisions constructively in a group. 
Autonomy 
Students are capable to design independently different structural areas of the ship hull and different ship types and to define appropriate fabrication methods. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 172, Study Time in Lecture 98 
Credit points  9 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  3 hours 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L0412: Ship Structural Design 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dr. Rüdiger Ulrich Franz von Bock und Polach 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
Chapters: 1. Bulkheads and tanks 
Literature 
Vorlesungsskript mit weiteren Literaturangaben wird über das Internet verfügbar gemacht 
Course L0415: Ship Structural Design 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dr. Rüdiger Ulrich Franz von Bock und Polach 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content 
Chapters: 1. Bulkheads and tanks 
Literature 
Vorlesungsskript mit weiteren Literaturangaben wird über das Internet verfügbar gemacht 
Course L1123: Welding Technology 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  3 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 48, Study Time in Lecture 42 
Lecturer  Prof. Claus Emmelmann, Prof. KarlUlrich Kainer 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
 phase transitions, phase diagrams and thermal activated processes  fundamentals of steels, heat treatment applications for steels and time temperature transformation diagrams  properties of weldable carbon and fine grained steels  properties of weldable low and highalloy steels, corrosion resistant steels and highstrength steels  structure and properties of nonferrite metals (aluminum, titanium)  NDT/DT Methods for materials and welds  gas fusion welding, fundamentals of electric arc welding technologies  structure and influence parameters for the welded joint  submerged arc welding/tungsten inert gas welding/inert gas metal arc welding (MIG)/active gas metal arc welding (MAG)/Plasma Welding  resistance welding/ polymer welding/ hybridwelding  deposition welding  electron beam welding/ laser beam welding  weld joint designs and declarations  computation methods for weld joint dimensioning 
Literature 
Schulze, G.: Die Metallurgie des Schweißens, 4. Aufl., Berlin 2010 Strassburg, F.W. und Wehner H.: Schweißen nichtrostender Stähle, 4. Aufl. Düsseldorf, 2009 Dilthey, U.: Schweißtechnische Fertigungsverfahren, Bd. 1: Schweiß und Schneidtechnologien, 3. Aufl., Berlin 2006. Dilthey, U.: Schweißtechnische Fertigungsverfahren, Bd. 2: Verhalten der Werkstoffe beim Schweißen, 3. Aufl., Berlin 2005. Dilthey, U.: Schweißtechnische Fertigungsverfahren, Bd. 3: Gestaltung und Festigkeit von Schweißkonstruktionen, 2. Aufl., Berlin 2002. 
Module M0655: Computational Fluid Dynamics I 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Thomas Rung 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Students should have sound knowledge of engineering mathematics (series expansions, internal & vector calculus), and be familiar with the foundations of partial/ordinary differential equations. They should also be familiar with engineering fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
Students will have the required combined knowledge of thermo/fluid dynamics and numerical analysis to translate general principles of thermo/fluid engineering into discrete algorithms on the basis of local (finite differences/volumes) and global (potential theory) ansatz functions. They are familiar with the similarities and differences between different discretisation and approximation concepts for investigating coupled systems of nonlinear, convective partial differential equations (PDE), and explain the motivation for applying them. Students have the required background knowledge to develop, code, explain and apply numerical algorithms dedicated to the solution of thermofluid dynamic PDEs. They are familiar with most numerical methods used to predict thermofluid dynamic fields, in particular their realms and limitations. 
Skills 
The students are able choose and apply appropriate numerical procedures that integrate the governing thermofluid dynamic PDEs in space and time. They can apply/optimise numerical analysis concepts to/for fluid dynamic applications. They can code computational algorithms in a structured way, apply these codes for parameter investigations and supplement interfaces to extract simulation data for an engineering analysis. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
The students are able to discuss problems, present the results of their own analysis, and jointly develop, implement and report on solution strategies that address given technical reference problems. 
Autonomy 
The students can independently analyse numerical methods to solving fluid engineering problems. They are able to critically analyse own results as well as external data with regards to the plausibility and reliability. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 124, Study Time in Lecture 56 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  2h 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering, Focus Aircraft Systems Engineering: Elective Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Mechanical Engineering, Focus Energy Systems: Elective Compulsory Energy Systems: Technical Complementary Course Core Studies: Elective Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Specialisation Energy Technology: Elective Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Specialisation Maritime Technologies: Elective Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Specialisation Energy Systems: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory Technomathematics: Specialisation III. Engineering Science: Elective Compulsory 
Course L0235: Computational Fluid Dynamics I 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Thomas Rung 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Fundamentals of computational modelling of thermofluid dynamic problems. Development of numerical algorithms.

Literature 
Ferziger and Peric: Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics, Springer 
Course L0419: Computational Fluid Dynamics I 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Thomas Rung 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M0659: Fundamentals of Ship Structural Design and Analysis 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Sören Ehlers 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Mechanics I  III 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
Students can reproduce the basic contents of the structural behaviour of ship structures; they can explain the theory and methods for the calculation of deformations and stresses in beamlike structures. Furthermore, they can reproduce the basis contents of codes (rules), materials, semifinished products, joining and principles of structural design of components in the ship structure. 
Skills 
Students are capable of applying the methods and tools for the calculation of linear deformations and stresses in the above mentioned structures; they can choose calculation models of typical ship structures. Furthermore, they are capable to apply the methods of drawing and sizing the ship structure; they can select suitable materials, semifinished products and joints. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
The students are able to communicate and cooperate in a professional environment in the shipbuilding and component supply industry. 
Autonomy 
The students are capable to independently idealize real ship structures and to select suitable methods for analysis of beamlike structures; they are capable to assess the results of structural analyses. Furthermore, they are capable to assess drawings of complex ship structures and to design ship structures for various requirements and boundary conditions. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 156, Study Time in Lecture 84 
Credit points  8 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  3 hours 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Specialisation Maritime Technologies: Elective Compulsory Mechatronics: Specialisation Naval Engineering: Compulsory Orientation Studies: Core Qualification: Elective Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L0411: Fundamentals of Ship Structural Design 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Dr. Rüdiger Ulrich Franz von Bock und Polach 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Chapters: 
Literature 
Vorlesungsskript mit weiteren Literaturangaben wird über das Internet verfügbar gemacht 
Course L0413: Fundamentals of Ship Structural Design 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 46, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Dr. Rüdiger Ulrich Franz von Bock und Polach 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Chapters: 
Literature 
Vorlesungsskript mit weiteren Literaturangaben wird über das Internet verfügbar gemacht 
Course L0410: Fundamentals of Ship Structural Analysis 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 32, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Sören Ehlers 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Contents: 
Literature 
Vorlesungsskript mit weiteren Literaturangaben; div. Bücher über die Methode der finiten Elemente 
Course L0414: Fundamentals of Ship Structural Analysis 
Typ  Recitation Section (small) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  2 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 46, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Sören Ehlers 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 
Contents: 
Literature 
Vorlesungsskript mit weiteren Literaturangaben; div. Bücher über die Methode der finiten Elemente 
Module M1023: Marine Propulsion 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Christopher Friedrich Wirz 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 
Thermodynamics, Mechanics, Machine Elements, Basics in Naval Architecture 
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
As a result of the part module „Fundamentals of Reciprocating Machinery”, the students are able to reflect fundamentals regarding power and working machinery and describe the qualitative and quantitative correlations of operating methods and efficiencies of multiple types of engines, compressors and pumps. They are able to utilize technical terms and parameters as well as aspects regarding the development of power density and efficiency, furthermore to give an overview of charging systems, fuels and emissions. The students are able to select specific types of machinery and assess design related and operational problems. As a result of the part module “Fundamentals of Marine Engineering”, the students are able to describe the stateoftheart regarding the wide range of propulsion components on ships and apply their knowledge. They further know how to analyze and optimize the interaction of the components of the propulsion system and how to describe complex correlations with the specific technical terms in German and English. 
Skills 
The students are skilled to employ basic and detail knowledge regarding reciprocating machinery, their selection and operation on board ships. They are further able to assess, analyse and solve technical and operational problems with propulsion and auxiliary plants and to design propulsion systems. The students have the skills to describe complex correlations and bring them into context with related disciplines. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence 
The students are able to communicate and cooperate in a professional environment in the shipbuilding and component supply industry. 
Autonomy 
The widespread scope of gained knowledge enables the students to handle situations in their future profession independently and confidently. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 110, Study Time in Lecture 70 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  150 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
Mechatronics: Specialisation Naval Engineering: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L0633: Fundamentals of Reciprocating Engines and Turbomachinery  Part Reciprocating Engines 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Christopher Friedrich Wirz 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0634: Fundamentals of Reciprocating Engines and Turbomachinery  Part Reciprocating Engines 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Christopher Friedrich Wirz 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Course L0635: Fundamentals of Marine Engineering 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Christopher Friedrich Wirz 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content 

Literature 

Course L0636: Fundamentals of Marine Engineering 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  1 
CP  1 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 16, Study Time in Lecture 14 
Lecturer  Prof. Christopher Friedrich Wirz 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M1109: Resistance and Propulsion 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 

Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
The hydrodynamic basics that are relevant for resistance and propulsion of ships are discussed. The different resistance phenomena and their practical applications to hullform design as well as numerical and empirical prediction methods are subject of the course. Furthermore, environmental additional resistances are dealt with. The course includes model test techniques and their application to full scale ships. This hold also for propulsion and hullefficiency elements, mainly thrust deduction and wake. Main Focus is how hull forms can be optimized for minimum and sustainable fuel consumption. The following topics are dealt with:  Stillwater/added resistance, Wave resistance, Minimization of wave resistance, numerical prediction methods, friction laws, laminar/turbulent flow separation, Hull form design for redcude flow separation, Appendage Design and resistance, Froude´s resistance law,form factor method, thrust deduction, wake, model scaling laws, resistance tests, free running propeller tests and propeller basics, propulsion tests, full scale speed power predictions, additional resistances (wind, steering, current, sea state), EEDI, speed trials, contractual matters concerning speed/power, bunker claims 
Skills 
The student shall learn to design competitve hull forms with respect to fuel consumption by applying numreical techniques and to evaluate these hulls by several progosis methods. Furtermore, the course will enable the student to clearl determine and minimize the required power including environmental influences. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence  The student learns to prepare technical matters in such a way that he can compte with his building suvervision team. 
Autonomy 
The student learns to prepare technical matters in such a way that he can compte with his building suvervision team. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 124, Study Time in Lecture 56 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  180 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L1265: Resistance and Propulsion 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  
Literature 
Course L1266: Resistance and Propulsion 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Language  DE 
Cycle  WiSe 
Content  See interlocking course 
Literature  See interlocking course 
Module M1110: Ship Design 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Admission Requirements  None 
Recommended Previous Knowledge 

Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 
The lecture starts with an overview about the importance and requirements of the aerly design phase. Competitive Elements of Ship Designs are thoroughly discussed. Typical bulding contracts and the related technical risk are introduced. The most important main parameters of a ship are introduced and their influence on the competitiveness of a design. The lecture focusses on the influence of alternated main parameters on the total performance of a ship design and the consecutive process elements. In this lecture, the design changes are dealt with by simple models or formulae. The student shall further learn to model complex systems properly so that the relavent technical conclusions can be drawn. The lecture continues with an introduction into the different phases of design project, from the initial design phase to a building contract. Further, methods are introduced to generate bulding specfication relevant information at different levens of granularity during the different design stages. In detail, the following topics are adressed: 
Skills 
The student is made familiar with the basic design principles of seagoing mearchant ships. The goal of the lecture is that the student shall be able to carry out a concept design based on a vessel of comparison fulfilling typical contract requirements within the Marine Environment. The lecture deals with the basic design methods to determine the fundamantal technical characteristics of a ship design with respect to fulfillment procedures of the contract values. Based on the lecture "Principles of Ship Design" the relevant methods to determine and judge uopn the performance of a ship design are treated. 
Personal Competence  
Social Competence  The students learns to prepare technical matters in such a way the he can persuade his potantial customer against his competitors. 
Autonomy 
The students learns to prepare technical matters in such a way the he can persuade his potantial customer against his competitors. 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 124, Study Time in Lecture 56 
Credit points  6 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Written exam 
Examination duration and scale  180 min 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Specialisation Naval Architecture: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Core Qualification: Compulsory 
Course L1262: Ship Design 
Typ  Lecture 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  
Literature 
Course L1264: Ship Design 
Typ  Recitation Section (large) 
Hrs/wk  2 
CP  3 
Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 62, Study Time in Lecture 28 
Lecturer  Prof. Stefan Krüger 
Language  DE 
Cycle  SoSe 
Content  
Literature 
Thesis
Module M001: Bachelor Thesis 

Courses  

Module Responsible  Professoren der TUHH 
Admission Requirements 

Recommended Previous Knowledge  
Educational Objectives  After taking part successfully, students have reached the following learning results 
Professional Competence  
Knowledge 

Skills 

Personal Competence  
Social Competence 

Autonomy 

Workload in Hours  Independent Study Time 360, Study Time in Lecture 0 
Credit points  12 
Course achievement  None 
Examination  Thesis 
Examination duration and scale  According to General Regulations 
Assignment for the Following Curricula 
General Engineering Science (German program): Thesis: Compulsory General Engineering Science (German program, 7 semester): Thesis: Compulsory Civil and Environmental Engineering: Thesis: Compulsory Bioprocess Engineering: Thesis: Compulsory Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering: Thesis: Compulsory Computer Science: Thesis: Compulsory Data Science: Thesis: Compulsory Digital Mechanical Engineering: Thesis: Compulsory Electrical Engineering: Thesis: Compulsory Engineering Science: Thesis: Compulsory General Engineering Science (English program): Thesis: Compulsory General Engineering Science (English program, 7 semester): Thesis: Compulsory Green Technologies: Energy, Water, Climate: Thesis: Compulsory Computer Science in Engineering: Thesis: Compulsory Integrated Building Technology: Thesis: Compulsory Logistics and Mobility: Thesis: Compulsory Mechanical Engineering: Thesis: Compulsory Mechatronics: Thesis: Compulsory Naval Architecture: Thesis: Compulsory Technomathematics: Thesis: Compulsory Teilstudiengang Lehramt Metalltechnik: Thesis: Compulsory Process Engineering: Thesis: Compulsory Engineering and Management  Major in Logistics and Mobility: Thesis: Compulsory 