This programme within product development is focusing on being able to predict and optimize engineering components. The program introduces you to product realization and both product and production development. You learn about materials science, manufacturing technology, surface technology och numerical analysis. The second-year offers two tracks, one within component optimization and the other is given entirely online within foundry technology. Within component technology, you get more experienced with computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis. You will also study polymers and simulation of process influence on microstructure. In the foundry technology track, you get acquainted by the various casting alloys and casting processes. You learn about melting, molding materials, and environmental impact assessment as well as solidification, analysis of defects, and modeling of the casting process.
Many courses contain real industrial cases from companies in collaboration with the department of materials and manufacturing. An optional course, industrial placement course, contains 4 weeks of practical work in industry, where the part of practical work of the course also could be managed during the summer.
You will be a helpful resource in the work of product development and would fit in a R&D team You could also continue with PhD studies within materials science, manufacturing technology or optimization. Your developed skills allows you to optimize engineering components with respect to performance, environmental impact and cost.
Facts and requirements
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Total tuition fee: 300000 SEK
Tuition fees do NOT apply for EU/EEA citizens or exchange students
NB Preliminary list of courses.
Materials and Manufacturing Technology, 7.5 credits
Chemical Thermodynamics, 7.5 credits
Polymer and Composite Technology, 7.5 credits
Numerical Analysis, 7.5 credits
Surface Technology, 7.5 credits
Continuum Mechanics, 7.5 credits
Microstructural Engineering, 7.5 credits
Conditionally elective courses
Students who haven’t studied multivariable calculus is forced to choose Multivariable calculus.
Component Realization track
FEA and Optimization Driven Design, 7.5 credits
Manufacturing Process Simulations, 7.5 credits
Elective courses within the track Component Realization
Integrated Product and Production Development, 7.5 credits
Advanced CAD, 7.5 credits
Industrial Placement Course, 7.5 credits
Foundry Technology track (online)
Component Casting, 6 credits
Solidification Processing, 3 credits
Liquid Metal Processing – Ferrous Alloys, 3 credits
Analysis of Casting Defects, 3 credits
Liquid Metal Processing – Aluminum Alloys, 3 credits
Environmental Impact Assessment of Castings, 3 credits
Modelling and Simulation of Casting, 6 credits
Moulding Materials in Foundry Technology, 3 credits
Common course for both tracks
Final Project Work in Product Development, 30 credits