• School of Naval Architecture,Ocean & Civil Engineering
  • The school of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering (NAOCE) consists of five departments: Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Architecture, and International Shipping. At present, the school offers five Bachelor degree programs, five Master degree programs, and five Engineer Master degree programs. Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Mechanics and Civil Engineering offer PhD programs of primary disciplines and furnish Postdoctoral Research Stations. NAOCE houses State Key Laboratory of Ocean Engineering, Key Laboratory of Hydrodynamics of the Ministry of Education, National Experimental Teac...

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  • Courses
    • International Maritime Policy ...
    • TR409
    • This course is one the compulsory courses designed forunder-graduate students in the Department of International Shipping andLogistics. The course mainly focuses on historical background of internationalmaritime policies and regulations, their applications and their trends. Byfollowing this course, the students will get familiar with the law of nations,the private international...

    • Shi Xiaoning
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 930
    • Applied Fluid Dynamics
    • EM402
    • Applied Fluid Mechanics is an introductory course in fluid mechanics. The objective of the course is to demonstrate some principles of fluid mechanics and methods of analysis to students, and expect them to be able to use these principles and relatively simple mathematical tools to cope with the most basic flow problems, including those they have not encountered before. The phy...

    • Sun Ren
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 813
    • Introduction of Foreign Desig...
    • CV406
    • This is a selective course for undergraduate students in civil engineering, the objective is to educate students how to distinguish Level I and Level II from current foreign design codes and, based on structural reliability theory, how to exchange relative parameters from different Levels. It will benefit students to take part in foreign design and construction projects in futu...

    • Liu Xila
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 1
    • 1411
    • Ship Structure and Drawing
    • NA232
    • Graphic language is one of the worldwide communication tools that can be understood except language, which is similar to the numbers and music. Ship drawings are used to describe ship structures with certain rules in order to make the ship owner, engineers and surveyors simply and directly understand a steel ship. There is a lecture note instead of specified text book based on ...

    • YU Long
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 4125
    • Ship Purchase Sale and Operati...
    • TR332
    • Ship Purchase Sale and Operation is a core course, which combines both theories and practices. In terms of giving lectures, case studies and teamwork, the students are then getting familiar with ship and ship products markets, ship trading principles, and template contracts of sales and purchase of ship. Besides, it also covers pricing principles of ship products, and trends of...

    • Yin Jingbo
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 1666
    • Geography of Transport Systems
    • TR300
    • Geography of Transport Systems, concerned with movements of freight, people and information, tries to link spatial constraints and attributes with the origin, the destination, the extent, the nature and the purpose of movements. Mobility is fundamental to economic and social activities, including commuting, manufacturing or supplying energy. Transport systems composed of infras...

    • Jin Jiangang
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 960
    • Logistics Theory and Technique...
    • X010618
    • This course introduces the basic theory and techniques used for analyzing, managing and designing modern logistics systems. Main topics covered by this course include routing problems, network flow problems, facility location problems, and network design problems. Other topics of interest might be introduced if time allows. The focus of this course is on the mathematical modeli...

    • Xie, Chi
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 1114
    • Intelligent Transportation Sys...
    • TR407
    • This course introduces the basic elements and functionalities of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and how they are designed, deployed and operated for various traffic and transportation management purposes. Main topics covered by this course include transportation systems management and analysis, historical development, functional areas and institutional issues of ITS, ...

    • Xie, Chi
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 1333
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    • Liu Jinyang
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    • With the development of digital computer technique, the computer aided formulation of complicated mechanical system becomes significant in modeling of multibody system. “Computer aided dynamics of mechanical systems” is a main course of the department of engineering mechanics. For the purpose of solving engineering problems, the object of this course is to present general computer-aided formulation technique and numerical method for multibody system, such that the students are able to design programs for kinematic and dynamic analysis of complicated mechanical system. Firstly, kinematic and driving constrained equations of planar mechanical system are derived, and then Newton-Raphson method and Gauss elimination method are introduced for solving kinematic equations. Secondly, dynamic equations of planar mechanical system are derived and Adams-Bashforth-Moulton method is employed for solving dynamic equations.
    • Yu Long
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    • Xie, Chi
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    • chi.xie@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • Dr. Chi Xie is currently a Professor in the Department of Transportation, Shipping and Logistics, the School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering. He holds a B.Eng., M.Eng., M.S., and Ph.D., all in Civil Engineering, from Tsinghua University, National University of Singapore, University of Massachusetts, and Cornell University, respectively.

      Dr. Xie's research interests span various topics in the general transportation and logistics field, including transportation network analysis and control, transportation emergency and risk management, travel demand analysis and forecasting, and intelligent transportation systems. His research has been sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Doctoral Fund of the Ministry of Education of China, and the China Recruitment Program of Global Experts. His research results appeared in over 30 peer-reviewed publications on top-notch transportation and logistics journals.
    • Sun Ren
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    • Liu Xila
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    • Jin Jiangang
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    • My name is Jiangang Jin (金建钢). Currently I am an Assistant Professor at School of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Civil Engineering in Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), Shanghai, China.

      My research interests include:
      --Seaport Operations
      --Urban Public / Freight Transportation
      --Maritime Shipping / Railway / Airline Network Design
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