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The joint Master’s programme in Turbomachinery Aeromechanical University Training offers three tracks related to three mobility options. Students begin their first year at KTH and study the second year at one of the three programme tracks connected to three different universities. The track at ULg and AUTH results in a joint degree, and the track at Duke result in a double degree from KTH and Duke. Note that participation cost vary between tracks.
Year 1 at KTH
Year 2 - Selection of one of the following tracks
Semester 2: The course in this semester treat more advanced phenomena in turbomachinery. Both the structural as well as the aerodynamic field are treated in depth. Experimental and numerical techniques and methods are studied. The courses include thermal turbomachinery, unsteady aerodynamics, advanced mechanics and finite element methods, advanced aeroelasticity among other elective courses as combustion theory and combustion instabilities and vibrations. In semesters 1 and 2 there are also project courses, in which the student will study in teams to solve a specific industrial project. During the semester 2, close to the Easter break all students will follow a scientific study and seminar session (so‐called Easter course) organized by one of the partner universities also involving industry representatives. Between the second and third semesters, a compulsory Summer Internship is to be performed at the involved industry partners where students combine their learning experiences to basic aeromechanical problems in industry.
Year 2 at ULg
The Aeromechanical & Material Design track: This track aims to give the student a strong ground related to aeromechanics and material design in turbomachinery. Courses as mechanical design of turbomachinery, fracture mechanics, damage and fatigue, materials selection and large deformation of solids are included in this option. Elective courses as fluid structure interaction and aeroelasticity, mechanics of composite, vibrations testing and experimental modal analysis, mechanical computer‐aided design are also part of this option. The courses are mainly given in semester 3 and final thesis project in semester 4.
Year 2 at AUTH
The Structural Vibration and Fatigue track: This track aims to give the student a strong ground related to vibration and fatigue in turbomachinery. Courses as advanced dynamics and vibrations, random vibration and reliability, fracture mechanics and structural fatigue, and turbomachinery aeromechanics applications are included in this option. Elective courses as experimental methods in vibration, health monitoring in THRUST Master Programme 3 2014‐12‐03 turbomachinery and advanced control in structural dynamics are also part of this option. The courses are mainly given in semester 3 and final thesis project in semester 4.
Year 2 at Duke University
The Unsteady Aerodynamics track: This track aims to give the student a strong ground related to unsteady aerodynamics. Advanced courses as advanced aeroelasticity, unsteady aerodynamics and intermediate dynamics are included here. Elective courses as advanced fluid mechanics, compressible fluid flow, engineering acoustics, intermediate fluid mechanics, and intermediate material science are also part of this option. Beside technical courses this option includes courses on business fundamentals for engineers and engineering management. The courses are distributed among semesters 3 and 4.
All Duke courses can be found in the Duke University Course Catalog under the category ME - Mechanical Engr/Materials Sci.