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SHIP SEAKEEPING AND STEERING CONTROL

This course reviews the basic principles of fluid mechanism, the ship tolerance of sea, and the ship manipulating characteristics applied in ship engineering.

Course Goal
A. Cultivate students to possess the ability of basic engineering systematic integration application and professional knowledge.
B. Cultivate students to possess the ability of boats or electro mechanics design and application.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Environmental and social care
  • Possessing the ability of global view
  • [Competence]
  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science & engineering.
  • Necessary Technology, skill & modern tool usage for naval or mechatronic engineering.
  • Design systems, components or processes for naval or mechatronic engineering.
  • Identify, formulate & solve engineering problems using reasoning of naval or mechatronic engineering.
  • Interested in global current issues, understand the impact of engineering techniques in societal, environmental and global contexts, and develop habit of life-long learning.
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    0108/1 F140601 [SYS4317]SHIP SEAKEEPING AND STEERING CONTROL 3.0 N Fang, Ming-Chung
    0107/1 F140601 [SYS4317]SHIP SEAKEEPING AND STEERING CONTROL 3.0 N Fang, Ming-Chung
    0106/1 F140601 [SYS4317]SHIP SEAKEEPING AND STEERING CONTROL 3.0 N Fang, Ming-Chung
    0105/1 F140601 [SYS4317]SHIP SEAKEEPING AND STEERING CONTROL 3.0 N Fang, Ming-Chung
    0104/1 F140601 [SYS4317]SHIP SEAKEEPING AND STEERING CONTROL 3.0 N Fang, Ming-Chung
    0103/1 F140601 [SYS4317]SHIP SEAKEEPING AND STEERING CONTROL 3.0 N Fang, Ming-Chung

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