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Study programmes 2013-2014Last update : 25/04/2014

Faculty of Applied Sciences
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Master in Mechanical Engineering, in-depth approach
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Credits

First Year

Compulsory courses

Mechanical design and production

MECA0444-1

Mechanical design - Jean-François Debongnie
Q1
30
30
-
5

APRI0005-3

Integrated mechanical project - Maarten Arnst, Eric Béchet, Jean-Luc Bozet, Olivier Bruls, Jean-François Debongnie, Pierre Duysinx, Tristan Gilet, Jean Stuto - [5d FW]
TA
50
130
[+]
15

MECA0474-1

Mechanical Computer-Aided-Design (english language) - Eric Béchet
Q1
30
30
-
5

MECA0462-2

Materials selection (english language) - Jacqueline Lecomte-Beckers, Davide Ruffoni - [1d FW]
Q1
30
30
[+]
5

Management

GEST3005-2

Accountancy and Finance - Jacques Berwart

24
24
-
5

Optional courses

Mecatronic

Choose at least 10 ECTS from the following courses :

MECA0504-1

Industrial automation - Olivier Bruls, Pierre Duysinx
Q2
30
30
-
5

ELEN0074-1

Sensors, microsensors and instrumentation - Philippe Vanderbemden
Q2
30
30
-
5

MECA0009-1

Introduction to microtechnology (english language) - Tristan Gilet
Q2
30
30
-
5

SYST0003-1

Linear control systems (english language) - Eric Bullinger
Q1
30
30
-
5

Computational mechanics

Choose at least 10 ECTS from the following courses :

MECA0029-1

Theory of vibration - Jean-Claude Golinval
Q1
30
30
-
5

MECA0023-1

Inelastic behavior of solids - Jean-Philippe Ponthot

30
30
-
5

MECA0010-1

Stochastic modelling (english language) - Maarten Arnst
Q2
30
30
-
5

MECA0031-2

Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms - Olivier Bruls
Q2
30
30
-
5

Optional courses
[...]One course to be chosen from the optional classes in the 2nd Masters or other Masters programmes in the Faculty of Applied Sciences; this choice must be approved by the President of the Jury for that cycle.5

Students studying for the Bachelors in Civil Engineering who have not chosen the appropriate option :
  • must take all the so-called "prerequisite" courses hereafter, if they were not taken during the 1st cycle. These courses must be taken during the 1st year of the masters and some 1st-year compulsory courses must be rolled over to the 2nd year.
  • must subsequently reduce the number of courses they choose to take in the 2nd year of the masters. If all the "prerequisite" courses must be taken, it will be impossible for them to choose which courses they take.
  • cannot choose the professional "management" focus.

The program adapted by these students has to receive the preliminary agreement of the Jury.

Compulsory prerequisites

MECA0036-1

Finite Element Method (english language) - Jean-Philippe Ponthot

30
30
-
5

MECA0155-1

Dynamics of Mechanical Systems - Jean-Claude Golinval
Q1
30
30
-
5

MECA0012-5

Solid mechanics - Laurent Duchene
Q2
30
30
-
5

MECA0018-1

Industrial Forming Processes - Jean-François Debongnie
Q2
30
30
-
5

MECA0002-1

Applied Thermodynamics and Introduction to Heat Engines - Olivier Léonard

30
30
-
5

MECA0445-1

Heat transfer - Pierre Dewallef, Vincent Terrapon
Q2
30
30
-
5

Second Year

Compulsory courses

ATFE0013-1

Final work (including an internship or a placement in a research centre under the supervision of the teacher responsible for the final work and including an introduction to research methodology) - Collégialité

-
-
-
25

Optional courses

Choose one of the following courses :
[...]the courses of the University5
[...]the courses below.5

LANG1957-1

Dutch Engineering (dutch language) - Claudine Colin
TA
60
-
-
5

LANG1958-1

German Engineering (german language) - Françoise Carl
TA
60
-
-
5

In any case, this course must have the approval of the cycle's Jury President.

Optional courses

Students choose courses totalling 30 ECTS from the optional courses list. With the approval of the Jury's President, students can choose 5 ECTS in the courses list of other masters of the Faculty of Applied Sciences.

Mechanical engineering

MECA0067-1

Special Technology Issues - Jean-François Debongnie
Q1
30
30
-
5

MECA0069-1

Series Production Methods - Jean-François Debongnie
Q2
30
30
-
5

MECA0473-1

Metallic materials Engineering - Jacqueline Lecomte-Beckers

30
30
-
5

MECA0138-1

Welding and non-destructive tests - Nathalie Gerlach, Adnen ben Mahmoud Kechaou

30
30
-
5

MECA0139-2

Rapid Prototyping - Thierry Dormal

10
10
-
2,5

MECA0035-1

Lubrification and tribology - Jean-Luc Bozet

30
30
-
5

MECA0467-1

Turbomachines - Olivier Léonard

30
30
-
5

MECA0509-1

Sustainable engineering processes (english language) - Mustapha Belhabib
Q1
15
30
-
5

MECA0051-2

Total Quality Management - Jean-Michel Compère, Jean-Marie Rigo

30
30
-
5

MECA0006-1

Production systems of cold and heat - Vincent Lemort
Q1
30
30
-
5

CHIM0699-1

Life cycle analysis - ecodesign - Sandra Belboom, Angélique Léonard
Q1
10
20
-
2,5

Mecatronic

ELEC0055-1

Electronic control systems (english language) - Paul Bleus, Christophe Geuzaine
Q2
30
30
-
5

INFO0064-1

Embedded systems (english language) - Bernard Boigelot
Q1
30
30
-
5

GBIO0012-2

Biomechanics (english language) - Liesbet Geris - [1d FW]
Q1
30
30
[+]
5

GBIO0022-1

Biomimetism (english language) - Liesbet Geris, Tristan Gilet, Eric Parmentier
TA
30
30
-
5

MECA0008-1

Microfluidics (english language) - Tristan Gilet
Q1
30
30
-
5

PROT0430-2

Biomedical robotics and active prostheses - Olivier Bruls
Q1
30
30
-
5

MECA0460-1

Introduction to safety and health at work on machines-tools. Risk analysis - Jean-Marie Rigo

15
15
-
3

Computational mechanics

MECA0464-1

Large deformation of solids (english language) - Jean-Philippe Ponthot

30
30
-
5

MECA0058-1

Fracture mechanics, damage and fatigue (english language) - Ludovic Noels
Q1
30
30
-
5

MATH0462-1

Discrete optimization (english language) - Quentin Louveaux - Suppl : Bertrand Cornélusse
Q1
30
30
-
5

MECA0062-1

Vibration testing and experimental modal analysis (english language) - Jean-Claude Golinval
Q1
30
30
-
5

MECA0470-1

Alternative methods of modeling in continuum mechanics - Maarten Arnst, Eric Béchet, Ludovic Noels
Q2
20
40
-
5

INFO2046-1

Computational Geometry - Eric Béchet
TA
30
30
-
5

MECA0027-1

Structural and multidisciplinary optimization - Pierre Duysinx, Patricia Tossings
Q1
30
30
-
5

Vehicles and transport

MECA0041-1

Internal Combustion Engines - Philippe Ngendakumana - [1,5d FW]
Q2
30
30
[+]
5

GCIV2166-1

Fundamentals of transportation : sustainable tranport (english language) - Mario Cools
Q1
20
15
-
2,5

CNAV0020-1

Introduction to naval construction - André Hage, Philippe Rigo
Q1
40
30
-
5

MECA0004-3

Vehicle performance and behaviour - Pierre Duysinx
Q1
15
15
-
2,5

MECA0478-3

Electric, hybrid and non-conventional propulsion systems - Pierre Duysinx
Q1
15
15
-
2,5
PrerequisiteMECA0004-3Performances et comportement des véhicules

MECA0063-1

Vehicle Architecture - Pierre Duysinx
Q2
30
30
-
5
[...]Choose one course from the programme of the Faculty of Applied Sciences ; this choice must receive the approval of the cycle's Jury President.5

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