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Goals and Learning Outcomes for Master Studies For Each of 20 Modules Aerospace engineering semester ID title goal learning outcome 1 MSc-0275 obligatory Applied Aerodynamics 1 MSc-0629 obligatory Structural
Goals and Learning Outcomes for Master Studies For Each of 20 Modules Aerospace engineering semester ID title goal learning outcome 1 MSc-0275 obligatory Applied Aerodynamics 1 MSc-0629 obligatory Structural Analysis The objective for course is to develop an understanding of low-speed aerodynamics and an introduction to compressible flows. The course covers concepts in incompressible airfoil theory, including symmetric and cambered airfoils using analytical and numerical approaches. The course also covers incompressible wing theory, including down wash, lifting-line theory, elliptic wings, general twisted wings, application of fundamentals to the design of a wing to meet given performance criteria. 1. introduction to problems and modern calculation methods in stress analysis of aircraft structures, as well as their application to solving real problems 2. introduction to experimental stress analysis of aircraft structures 3.introduction to thin walled structures and composite materials 4. introduction to modern computational methods for stress analysis related to airframe structures 2 MSc-0186 obligatory Flight Dynamics Introduce students to the dynamics of flight, ie. movement of aircraft in atmospheric flight. In this course students will studying the stability and maneuverability of aircraft, ie. After passing the subject the students are expected to understand and explain various aspects of the link between the body shape and its aerodynamic characteristics. In addition, it is expected that students recognize the use of opportunities acquired knowledge in aerodynamics, to other areas of techniques. 1. mastering basic structural analysis theories. 2. Application of thery to solve practical problems. 3. Understanding basis of aircraft design process. 4. Understanding modern methods in structural analysis for stress analysis of aircraft structures. Completed the planned curriculum students obtain a sufficient theoretical knowledge that is able to be creatively independent state to define static and dynamic stability and maneuverability 2 MSc-0639 obligatory Composite Structures 2 MSc-0577 obligatory Computational Aerodynamics 3 MSc-0120 obligatory Aircraft propulsion movement of aircraft around the center of gravity. Under the terms of reference that encompasses and integrates the entire field contents taught, students will be capable of using modern software packages, such as: Matlab, Mathcad, etc.. fully master the calculation of stability and controllability of aircraft in the airspace. 1. introduction to modern approach in stress analysis of composite material structures on aircraft, it's application to practical problems solutions as well as experimental methods applied to structural verifification of composite structures. 2.Introduction to specifics of thin walled structures and application of composite materials for these structures. 3.Introduction to computer simualtion and stress analysis of composite structures on aircrafts. The goal of the course is to train students in modeling of flow problems. After attending the course, finishing all exercises and giving the final presentation, students should be able to recognize the type of the problem, formulate necessary boundary and initial conditions, choose an appropriate discretization scheme and write a program for calculating flow inside or around simpler geometric shapes, such as a nozzle or an airfoil. Course objective is to introduce students to the types and principles of functioning of basic aircraft power elements, as well as their characteristics and domains of use. Furthermore, the relation between the type of of modern aircraft and all restrictions of flight options that resulting from it. In this course students will receive full sublimation and verification of previously acquired knowledge and skills that they get into the aviation module from aerodynamic case. 1. mastering basic theoretical knowledge of structural analysis. 2. Application of theoretical principles to solution of practical problems 3. Understanding basic aircraft design principles 4. Understanding modern approach and methodology in design and stress-strain analysis of aircraft structures By successfully adopting the program of the course, a student: -acquires theoretical knowledge sufficient to recognize the type of the problem as well as the type and number of additional conditions necessary to completely and uniquely define the problem that is being simulated; -recognizes basic approximation schemes of the typical problems; -masters the principles and foundations of programming related to simulations of continuum; -observes the structure of the simulation software that consists of pre-processing, simulation and visualization. By mastering this course, a student acquires abilities to perform analysis and synthesis of the whole system that consists of the aircraft and its power elements. A student gains knowledge on structures of the various types of aircraft the aircraft and propulsion system is pointed out, so that each mission can be realized in an optimal way according to the desired goals and constraints. 3 MSc-0136 obligatory Aircraft Design Purpose of the subject is to introduce students to submit concept of the aircraft. Process include analysis of existing similar airplanes and assessment of their good and weak points. To select optimum concept. To define basic geometric parameters of an aircraft. To select configuration, propulsion system, specific load and specific thrust/power. To calculate loads, performances and stability of the airplane. 3 MSc-0109 obligatory Aircraft control and systems 4 MSc-0612 obligatory Skill Praxis M - VAZ Subject task is to introduce students with integrated flight control computer systems, their functions, structures and principles. This have to enable students to enter into more detailed integration of aircraft systems and its components in aircraft control. Practical experience and stay in environment in which the student will realize his professional career. Identifying the basic functions of the business system in the field of design, development and production, as well as the roles and tasks of an mechanical engineer in such a business system. engines and components they are made of. Based on the acquired knowledge on the engine performances, a student is able to form an opinion on the quality of usually used engines and will acquire knowledge necessary for further self-improvement. After attending all lectures and recitations and after completion of projects students will be able to analyze, to specify and to develop aircraft concept according to required purpose and performances. Completion of project assumes passage through whole process of conceptual aircraft design. For selected segment of aircraft student should complete preliminary design, and for certain parts detail design of these parts should be included in the student project. By the subject student gets knowledges and understandings about existing aircraft integrated control computer systems. These knowledges enables understending of aircraft control systems if they are oriented to other aeronautical fields, or to further specialization in this aeria. Student gets practical experience on the organization and functioning of the environment in which they will apply their knowledge in their future professional career. Student identifies models of communication with colleagues and business information flows. The student recognizes the basic processes in the design, manufacture, maintenance, within the context of his future professional competence. Establish the personal contacts that will be able to use in further education, or entering into future employment. 1 MSc-0311 elective Avionics Objectives of the course are to introduce students to aviation electronic equipment and systems, their functions, structures and basic principles. The subject should provide students a detailed a detailed view of the latest trends in avionics technology and development. 1 MSc-0348 elective Aircraft Performance 2 MSc-0309 elective High Speed Aerodynamics Introduce students to the complex movement of aircraft in atmospheric flight. Students will learning the performance of aircraft, ie the movement of aircraft center of gravity in space under the action of forces. Under the terms of reference that encompasses and integrates the entire field contents taught, students will be able to work independently and with the use of modern software packages, such as: Matlab, Mathcad, Excel, etc.. fully master the budget performance aircraft in the airspace. The aim of this course is to introduce students to basic concepts in the field of high speed aerodynamics. Emphasis is given to transonic and supersonic flow problems. External flows (supersonic airfoils, wings and aircraft in general) and internal flows (supersonic inlets, nozzles and diffusers). 2 MSc-0545 elective Windturbines 2 In the course of Wind turbines 2, the student will be acquainted with analysis and design principles of wind turbines and its parts. Beside the detailed study of different wind turbine designs, issues regarding regulation and dynamic balancing, the student will be in opportunity to gain knowledge about Successful completion of course students acquire the ability to understand the existing solutions aviation electronic equipment and systems.the student acquires knowledge about the structures of various types of avionics equipment and systems. The knowledge that allow students to opt for other aviation issues to understand the electronic aviation equipment and systems,and for those who want to specialize in these issues are fundamental to the acquired knowledge for further work. Completed the planned curriculum students obtain sufficient theoretical knowledge that is able to be creatively self-performance capabilities to define the modern aircraft and all restrictions of flight options that resulting from it. In this course students will receive full sublimation and verification of previously acquired knowledge and skills that they get into the aviation module from aerodynamic case. Upon completion and passing the course the student expected to understand the basic concepts and problems addressed in the field of aerodynamics at transonic and supersonic speeds. It is expected that the student knows how to apply the acquired knowledge in this field to solve practical engineering problems. The student will gain following subject-specific skills by mastering the curriculum: - thorough knowledge and understanding of different wind turbine concepts and design methods; - skills needed for wind turbine and its parts selection according to given operating conditions using scientific methods and procedures; - integration numerical simulations and flow, structural and modal analysis of wind turbine components, as well as basic principles of optimization of rotors for various operating conditions. 2 MSc-0326 elective Helicopters 1. Introduction to rotary lifting surface vehicles. 2. Introduction to rotor aerodynamic theory. 3. Design of helicopters. 4. Performance of helicopters. 3 MSc-0645 elective Aeroelasticity 1. introduction to modern aeroelasticity problems and their analysis and practical methods to solving aeroelasticity problems in real aircraft structures 2. introduction to experimental dynamic analysis of aircraft structures 3. introduction to dynamics of thin walled structures 3 MSc-0344 elective Aircraft armement systems 3 MSc-0154 elective Aircraft Maintenance The study of this course is to ensure adoption of procedures and methods for problem solving related to aircraft armament calculations. Students will be capable of independently study aircraft rocket, bomber and firearms armament elements in order to obtain maximum effectiveness for the given conditions of application for each of these types of aircraft weapons. Particular attention will be faced towards development trends of modern aircraft armament. In the course of aircraft maintenance students will get basic knowledge of contemporary theory and practice of maintenance and overhaul of civil and military aircraft. Also, one part of the course will be devoted to the study of maintainability, reliability, combat of fundamental knowledge in mathematics, programming, mechanics and fluid mechanics and application to design and calculations of wind turbines; 1. Understanding of aerodynamic VTOL schemes. 2. Aerodynamic scheme of helicopters. 3. Mastering theoretical foundations of rotary wing aerodynamics. 4. Ability to estimate of aerodynamic and performance characteristics. 1. mastering basic theoretical knowledge related to aeroleasticty 2. application of theoretical knowledge to solve aeroelasticity problems on real aircraft structures By mastering of the course curriculum student obtains following subject-specific skills: - thorough knowledge and understanding of different types of aircraft weapons and their application - calculation of air weapons characteristics and possibility of their integration into the aircraft with the use of scientific methods and procedures - linking basic knowledge in mathematics, programming, mechanics and fluid mechanics and their application in design and calculation of aviation weapons and its integration; Completed the planned curriculum introduces students to the procedures of creative thinking and decision making in the field of maintenance of aircraft and acquire sufficient theoretical and practical knowledge that is able to participate in the team that designed the aircraft or maintain 3 MSc-0142 elective Project Management & Air Regulation survivability analysis, as the basic structural characteristics of the system, which are defined in the early stages of design and development of modern aircraft. Course objective Understanding the importance of project management in aviation. The creation, introduction and use of aviation projects. Determining the functionality of your own projects. Preparation, analysis and project management. Understanding and preparing the necessary documents for the implementation of projects. 1 MSc-0004 obligatory Mechanics M The aim of this course is that students learn the elements of the dynamics of the oscillatory motion of a particle, the dynamics of variable mass particle, advanced problems in kinematics of a particle, kinematics of a complex motion of a rigid body and mechanical system of rigid bodies as well as the dynamics of spherical and general rigid body motion, the approximate theory of gyroscope and the impact theory. 1 MSc-0685 obligatory Fluid mechanics M The goal of the course is to teach the student the basics and applications in science of fluid flow. The essence in that sense is good understanding of fundamental equations of fluid mechanics. That good understanding of the equations makes the process of finding the solution in particular engineering problems which are dealing with fluid flow much easier. 1 MSc-0201 obligatory Mechatronics Quantum of knowledge acquired for a competent analysis of the mechatronical composition, design of applied mechanism, or revitalize, sublimating sizes such as reliability, maintainability, fighting tenacity and tolerance to damage aircraft in the event of forced landing. The acquired knowledge enables the student to: Prepare, create and show their own skills, Determine the functionality of the aviation project, Prepare, perform and manage the development of the aviation project, Determine technology of designing an aviation project, Recognize the requirements of the local aviation industry in projects, Make the necessary documentation of aviation project, Implement and collect aviation project. By gaining knowledge in this course, students will be able to efficiently solve complex problems in kinematics and dynamics of particle and material system. This knowledge can allow students to attend classes in specialized courses that analyze the kinematic and dynamic problems. Learning the topics from the course student will get the knowledge about basic principles in fluid mechanics and capabilities of analytical thinking, then how to apply the knowledge in practical work, and also to make the connection between various subjects from mechanical engineering. Achievment of the engineering experise in a true analysis of mechanisms, sensors, actuators and PLCs as a main componenets of a 1 MSc-0202 obligatory Thermodynamics М Biomedical engineering selection of appropriate control unit and creation of flow-chart diagram. Engineering skill development to synthesize an optimal mechatronical solution to fulfil specified technical requirements. Student should gain knowledge in thermodynamics and thermal devices and plants that are present in process engineering, thermal engineering and power engineering. Through practical and theoretical education should understand from thermodynamic aspect the transformation of thermal energy into mechanical work and gain physical fundamentals on phenomena that go on in steam turbine, gas turbine and refrigeration devices as well as in plants for drying various materials and air conditioning of corresponding spaces. mechatronical system. Based on a well studied reverse engineering (analysis), a skillful approach to the direct design (synthesis) of an original mechatronical concept. After completing the course, including quizzes and tests and successfully passed exam, students shall be ready to independently perform thermodynamic calculations of simpler thermal plants and particular devices. The result of this course is also acquiring fundamental knowledge that serves as the basis for active participation in other theoretical and applicative courses. semester ID title goal learning outcome 1 MSc-0287 obligatory Biomedical instrumentation and equipment 1 MSc-0272 obligatory Fractal mechanics Introducing to standard measuring and diagnostically medical methods and implementation of electron devices in medicine. The focus is on the principles and operation methods of the biomedical equipment with brief description of device construction. The subject educates engineers to improve still existing and develop new biomedical equipment. The goal of this subject is to teach a student to apply multi-fractal system theory in a field of biomedical engineering; to learn to use mathematical apparatus of fractal theory and modeling of embryological process, formation By attending the course, students will be educated to understand and analyze problems concerned with operation and usage of biomedical instrumentation and equipment. This course educate students to connect basic principals of electronics, physics and medicine and to practically implement them into modern medical equipment. Student gains the ability for fractal processing of images and charts, and defining the parameters of tissues and biological systems that determine the functional state of organs and organism, as a basis for design of 2 MSc-0640 obligatory Biomaterials in Medicine and Dentistry 2 MSc-0559 obligatory Biomechanics of tissue and organs and functioning of tissues, organs, organ subsystems and entire organism; to master knowledge about classical, quantum approach to analyse tissues; to maser fractal image processing and fractal chart pattern analysis; to learn to define diagnostic parameters, algorithms and instruments for determining functional conditions of organs and organism (normal conditions and pathological conditions)on the basis of fractal analysis of para/diamagnetic data. Introducing students to the application of different biomaterials, previously discussed during Foundations of Biomaterials course, in order to understand and study functional behaviour of biomaterials in the human body. Analysis of the connections between the biomaterial and the body system, in order to ensure reliable implant operation. The potential co-operation with experts in the field of
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