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1 Highertraining inAutomotiveEngineering EuropeanMastersDegree inAutomotiveEngineering

2 Highlights Unique in Europe International cooperation of three renowned universities Double degree from two countries Supported by French Embassy in Czech republic

3 Description Two years Master programme. 3 semesters courses, 1 semester final thesis Taught in English (and French), providing high level of professional know-how in automotive engineering combining both technical and management skills.

4 Academic partners Czech Technical University in Prague Ecole National Supérieure des Ingénieurs des Etudes et Technique dArmement (Brest, France) Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (Arnhem, The Netherlands)

5 Student profile Technical bachelors or equivalent Admission procedure The admission board composed of members from all partners universities decides based on application file of the candidate. Identical procedure for all candidates

6 Job profile Applied science Engineering, development and design Production Management Sales engineering, customer service

7 Tuition fee Czech and Slovak students: 3000 Euro (possible scholarships) To be paid the second year to the chosen university All other students: 7500 Euro

8 Curriculum MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING First year (2 semesters) taught in English by CTU in Prague – Czech republic (intensive course of French language on Institute Francais de Prague included in the CTU Programme) MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING Entrance level: Bachelor or equivalent ENSIETA, Brest, France taught in French HAN, Arnhem, The Netherlands taught in English 4 th semester devoted to final thesis in an industrial or academic environment 3 rd semester MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING Master degree from 2 countries with respect to chosen specialisation in 3 rd semester

9 Curriculum MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING First year (2 semesters), CTU in Prague – Czech republic basic knowledge in automotive design, technology of production of automotive parts, electronics, quality, management, languages MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING Entrance level: Bachelor or equivalent ENSIETA, Brest, France Design of vehicles FEM modelling and simulation HAN, Arnhem, The Netherlands Vehicle dynamics and advanced transport systems 4 th semester devoted to final thesis in an industrial or academic environment 3 rd semester MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING Master degree from 2 countries with respect to chosen specialisation in 3 rd semester

10 1 st year – CTU – Prague Czech republic

11 1 st year – CTU State University Foundation since 1705 (1803) 23,000 students, 3000 staff Bachelor / Master / PhD. levels 6 Faculties

12 1 st year – CTU Laboratory equipment

13 1 st year – CTU Examples of Automotive diploma thesis Planetary torque test unit for energy loop testbed for testing small size vehicle gear-boxes Simulation of pedestrian impactor on different types on engine hood. Testing stand in development process. Automated vehicle guidance investigated by use of scaled models. Cooperation with HAN (Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen, The Netherlands) – SMALL project

14 1 st year – CTU Examples of ICE diploma thesis Simulation of engine thermo/aerodynamics and chemistry. Simulation and experiments at engines with alternative/renewable fuels. Aerodynamic simulations and experiments (PIV, endoscopy,…). FEM simulation concerning large displacement, plastic deformation, contact, fatigue and thermal stress. Contours of gas pressure, vectors of gas velocity

15 Accomodation Approximate price for subsidized accomodation: 2000 CZK/monthly Meals 1 item = 18 CZK; Monthly approx CZK Prague transportation Monthly pass for students 230,- CZK 1st year – CTU Practical information 1 Euro = 30 CZK

16 CTU sport possibilities 60 CZK / 2 hours 60 CZK / entrance

17 CTU sport possibilities 60 CZK / 2 hours 60 CZK / 20 min.

18 CTU Accomodation Strahov 28 CZK / bed / night in 2 beds room

19 CTU Accomodation Podolí 27 CZK / bed / night in 2 beds room

20 JULISKA CTU Buildings

21 Prague

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23 Czech republic sightseeing

24 Czech republic Nature

25 Master in Automotive Engineering – 1st year Programme

26 1 st semester TOPICS Contact hours Personal work (estimation) ECTS Credits INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES MECHANICAL AND HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSIONS MICROELECTRONICS IN VEHICLES MULTIBODY MODELLING FOR VEHICLE SYSTEMS MANUFACTURING PROCESSES DESIGN MARKETING, ECONOMY AND COMPANY FINANCES QUALITY FRENCH TOTAL

27 Internal Combustion Engines To provide information concerning fundamentals of internal combustion engines (ICE): principles of combustion, formation of pollutants, gas exchange, super- and turbocharging; description of tools for fuel injection, mixture formation, valve gears, combustion realization, exhaust aftertreatment, lubrication and cooling. Target:

28 Mechanic and hydraulic transmission Educate the basics of calculation and design of mechanical and hydraulic transmissions. Target: Multibody Modelling for Vehicle Systems Educate the basics of modeling of vehicle systems as multibody systems Target:

29 Microelectronics in vehicles The subject is focused on the basics of microelectronics, its use in intelligent devices (sensors and actuators) and their applications in cars. The other topics like real-time software control, communication and EMC and are included as well. Target:

30 Manufacturing processes design To teach Manufacturing Methods for the Production of Parts in Mechanical Engineering Industry. Target: Quality Quality control in Production processes focused on Automotive Industry Target:

31 Marketing, Economy and Company Finances To develop managerial skills for consumer and business markets to stipulate marketing goals and marketing strategies. Students will understand the factors that shape the decision making of successful marketing managers. Furthermore the lectures will provide the students the knowledge from the economical and financial control of the company necessary to perform of leading functions in the company Target:

32 2 nd semester TOPICS Contact hours Personal work (estimation) ECTS Credits PROJECT + 3D CAO VEHICLE DYNAMICS COMPUTATION OF FLUID DYNAMICS VIBRATION OF VEHICLES TECHNOLOGY OF AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTION DESIGN OF TOOLS AND PLASTIC PARTS VEHICLE CONCEPT, STRUCTURE, AGGREGATES AND SAFETY FRENCH 70 2 TOTAL

33 Project + 3D CAD Target: Educate necessary basics for usage of 3D CAD software and its application. Students choice: ProEngineer or CATIA Computational Fluid Dynamics Target: Provide fundamentals of fluid dynamics and numerical solution of its equations

34 Vehicle Dynamics The course provides basic understanding about vehicle horizontal and vertical performance. It offers a good balance between fundamentals and practical aspects of vehicle horizontal and vertical performance in relationship to its suspension components including tyres. The students will learn how to set up equations of motion and derive fundamental mathematical models to understand and experiment. Target:

35 Vibrations of vehicles Target: Educate the basics of mechanical vibrations of vehicles Technology in Automotive production Target: Teach Applications of Manufacturing Methods in Automotive Production

36 Design of tools and Plastic Parts The topic gives overview of technological procedure of manufacturing of plastic parts, and basics of designing manufacturing tools followed with guidelines for plastic parts design. Target: Vehicle Structure, Aggregates and Safety To complete the knowledge of vehicle design and technology Target:

37 2nd year – HAN – Arnhem The Netherlands

38 2 nd year – HAN State University Foundation since 1953 University of Professional Education 18,000 students, 1,600 staff budget of (Euro) 75 Million/year located in Arnhem and Nijmegen 5 Faculties

39 2 nd year – HAN Laboratory equipment

40 2 nd year – HAN Examples of diploma thesis Spyker Cars: Homologation Research Program Cost Down Research Program DAF Trucks: The Right Transport Solution Feasibility of an open loop EGR/VTG controlstrategy MHI Equipment: Comparison of various concepts of turbocharging Bosch Engineering GmbH: Untersuchung der Ursachen und Auswirkungen des Kraftstoffeintrages in das Motoröl bei der Regeneration von Dieselpartikelfiltersystemen

41 2 nd year – HAN Practical information Accomodation HAN will support search for flat at 200,-/month Meals Daily hotmeals in several canteens at average of 3,- Arnhem transportation Train station nearby, Trolly busses

42 Master in Automotive Engineering 2nd year Programme - HAN

43 3 rd semester - HAN TOPICS Contact hours Personal work (estimation) ECTS Credits ADVANCED VEHICLE DYNAMICS ADVANCE VEHICLE CONTROL VEHICLE ELECTRONICS SYSTEM CONTROL ENGINEERING AUTOMOTIVE MANAGEMENT INTELLIGENT VEHICLE HIGHWAY SYSTEMS CLEAN VEHICLES TOTAL

44 Advanced Vehicle Control The core area here encompasses dynamic system behaviour and control technology, with a prominent role for discoveries in the field of Mechatronics and the driver-vehicle interface. For this reason, attention is also given to the driver-vehicle system and modern vehicle control, with the fundamental vehicle dynamics aspects as a firm basis. Target:

45 Advanced Vehicle Dynamics The course Advanced Vehicle Dynamics is a follow-up course of Vehicle Dynamics offering a more in depth treatment of vehicle dynamics topics Target: Systems Control Engineering This course has been designed to offer the tools to understand the problems of intelligent vehicle and traffic performance from a system point of view. Target:

46 Vehicle electronics Objective is to establish the know-how and understanding on the functionality of motor management systems and the (chassis) electronic subsystems, components, sensors etc. and to gain a comprehensive understanding of micro-controllers and electronic devices and corresponding terminology related to these subjects. In addition, attention is given to the monitoring of electronic devices, analysis and cancelling of failures. Target:

47 Automotive magament Topics like co-design and co- manufacturing, virtual prototyping, just-in- time, supply chain management, total quality management etc describe well- established and recognised values within the automotive society, and every engineer working in this field has to be aware of these developments and trends. Target:

48 Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems This course aims to treat vehicle design within the framework of an intelligent traffic system. The focus is still on the vehicle, i.e. the course will not deal with traffic management, but the surrounding traffic partners, the infrastructure, the driver (as controller, but also as a navigator) will play a crucial role in this course. Target:

49 Clean vehicles As a result, much effort is put in the development of cleaner vehicles, with focus on synthetic fuels, biofuels (ethanol, DME,…), natural gas, hybrid vehicles, hydrogen, etc. Hence, there is a large variety of activities going on, and this course will discuss these development from an in-depth technological but also socio- economic point of view Target:

50 2nd year – ENSIETA – Brest France

51 2nd year - ENSIETA State University Foundation since 1819 (1971) Master and PhD. levels 500 students, 65 staff part-time or visiting lecturers from industry or universities 6 Specialisations

52 2nd year – ENSIETA Laboratory equipment

53 2nd year – ENSIETA Examples of diploma thesis Realisation of vehicle for Shell Eco Marathon Modelisation and calculation of brakes for Bosch Optimisation of Formula Renault Simulation and tests of suspension parts

54 2 nd year – ENSIETA Practical informations Accomodation Student accomodation: 236 Euro/month possible help from French government up to 100 Euro/month Meals 1 item in student canteen = 2,70 Euro (approx.) Brest transportation Downtown at 10mn by bus

55 Master in Automotive Engineering 2 nd year Programme -ENSIETA

56 3 rd semester – ENSIETA MATIERES DU TRONC COMMUN Volume horaire Travail personnel Crédits ECTS ARCHITECTURE DES VEHICULES MATERIAUX DE HAUTE TECHNOLOGIE 1500 RAPPELS SUR LA METHODE DES ELEMENTS FINIS METHODE DES ELEMENTS FINIS EN LINEAIRE ET NON LINEAIRE GEOMETRIQUE FRANÇAIS LANGUE ETRANGERE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCES « FONCTIONS DE LENTREPRISE » 7,500 TOTAL

57 Architecture des véhicules Le but est de fournir des bases solides sur la conception dun véhicule automobile civil ou militaire. Ce module débute par lanalyse du dossier technique dun véhicule commercial. A partir de cet exemple, les différentes fonctions composant le véhicule sont présentées dans chaque cours. Target:

58 Matériaux des hautes technologies Approfondissement de certains domaines spécifiques des matériaux et de leurs comportements. Méthodologie de choix des matériaux. Présentation détudes sur matériaux ou de développements nouveaux pour applications particulières Target:

59 Rappel sur la méthode des éléments finis Utilisation de la nouvelle interface CAE. Utilisation de CATIA V5 comme outils de pré - dimensionnement Target: Conférences Fonctions de lentreprise Donner une information générale sur quelques fonctions de lentreprise Target:

60 Méthode des Eléments finis Lobjectif de ce cours est détudier les hypothèses, les approximations et les techniques numériques utilisées dans les codes de calculs Eléments Finis pour la résolution des problèmes linéaires et non- linéaires. Le but est daborder le choix des paramètres dune modélisation Eléments Finis, ainsi que lanalyse et linterprétation des résultats numériques Target:

61 Management Les enseignements de management préparent les élèves à leur insertion professionnelle et à leurs futures responsabilités de cadre, sur les thèmes de la connaissance des organisations (complément de la deuxième année), lencadrement des équipes, limage de soi dans le recrutement, la prise de fonction, la responsabilité, etc. Target:

62 Option Architecture des véhicules MATIERES OPTION ARCHITECTURE DES VEHICULES Volume horaire Travail personnel Crédits ECTS COUPLAGE SUSPENSION-TENUE DE ROUTE SYSTEMES DECHAPPEMENT 2652 ENVIRONNEMENT HUMAIN 3051 SYSTEMES DE FREINAGE DESIGN INDUSTRIEL ARCHITECTURE DES SYSTEMES ELECTRIQUES TRAVAUX PRATIQUES MOTEURS ET VEHICULES 2432 AVANT PROJET VEHICULE 67,5154 TOTAL267,57518

63 Couplage suspension – tenue de route Lobjectif de ces cours est de donner une connaissance précise sur le comportement du pneu et dapprofondir le comportement dynamique du véhicule. Target:

64 Système déchappement Lobjectif de ces cours est de donner une connaissance précise sur les systèmes d échappement et de découvrir les propriétés des différents fluides dun véhicule. Target:

65 Environnement humain Présentation de la normalisation pour véhicules routiers. Notions de base sur lergonomie et laccidentologie. Target:

66 Système de freinage Lobjectif de ces cours est de donner une connaissance précise sur les systèmes de freinages dont lABS et lESP. Target: Design industriel L'objectif de ce cours est de sensibiliser les étudiants au maquettage numérique des véhicules automobiles et à la problématique des stylistes. Target:

67 Architecture des systèmes éléctriques Le véhicule électrique (principe et fonctionnement) Place de lélectrique et de lélectronique dans un véhicule automobile Target: TP moteurs et véhicules Visualisation des composants dun moteur Mesures sur moteur Target:

68 Avant projet - véhicule Les avants projets darchitecture véhicule ont pour but de fédérer lensemble des notions mécaniques véhicules, comportement dynamique et/ou modélisation enseigné à lENSIETA. Target:

69 Option Modélisation MATIERES OPTION CALCULS ET MODELISATION Volume horaire Travail personnel Crédits ECTS ANALYSES LIMITES, DIMENSIONNEMENT DES STRUCTURES A LA FATIGUE ET A LA RUPTURE CHOIX DES ELEMENTS, CONTACT ET TECHNIQUES PARTICULIERES 37,5102 LOI DE COMPORTEMENT CALCULS DYNAMIQUES EXPLICITES 27,5102 VOLUMES FINIS 2682 FATIGUE DES MATERIAUX 2782 APPLICATION SYSTEME TOTAL

70 Analyse limites On présente les premières bases de l'analyse limite. Cet enseignement permettra aux futurs ingénieurs de prendre connaissance des notions de liaison plastique et de mécanisme conduisant à la ruine. Il leur permettra enfin dencadrer la charge ultime des structures considérées comme rigides parfaitement plastiques à laide dinégalités variationnelles. Target:

71 Choix des éléments Présentation de la prise en compte de la notion de contact dans les codes éléments finis. Approfondissement des techniques de choix des éléments dans un calcul éléments finis. Target:

72 Calculs dynamiques explicits Le calcul des structures non élastiques sous chargements dynamiques transitoires est réalisé actuellement grâce à des codes éléments finis comportant une intégration temporelle explicite. Ces méthodes de résolution sont exposées dans ce cours de manière générale Target:

73 Volumes finis Comprendre les aspects physiques et la modélisation des phénomènes liés à la combustion des gaz et des solides. Acquérir des notions sur la chimie et thermochimie de ces phénomènes. Target:

74 Fatigue des Matériaux L'objectif de ce cours est de présenter les différents endommagements que peuvent subir les matériaux métalliques soumis à des contraintes variées ou à des environnements agressifs et pouvant conduire à la rupture. Les principes de la mécanique linéaire de la rupture sont abordés ainsi que les modèles permettant destimer la durée de vie de ces matériaux sous chargement cyclique (fatigue). Target:

75 Application système Application à un système réel des enseignements du module calculs et modélisations. Target:

76 European Masters Degree in Automotive Engineering Contacts, links: Gabriela Achtenová Michel Rondy Hans Vooren


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