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Number of hours
Lectures : 25.0
Tutorials : 25.0
Laboratory works : -
Projects : -
Internship : -
ECTS : 3.0
Officials :Samuel SIEDEL
Basic notions in newtonian mechanics, electromagnetism et thermodynamics
1- Mechanics : mechanics of points and solid bodies based on Newton's 2nd law
2- Electromagnetism : Maxwell equations, physical symmetries, calculation tools and methods applied to magnetic devices in electrical engineering
3- Thermodynamique : Basic concepts of thermodynamics applied to engineering. This course is an introduction to following courses on machine thermodynamics.
1-Mecanics of solid bodies 1.1- Point mechanics Basic assumpions in mechanics Angular momentum, energy, force, conservation laws 1.2- Solid bodies vector derivation, velocity field of a solid body, Newto's 2nd law for a solid body Inertia tensor, dervation of kinetic energy, linear and angular momentum 1.3- Introduction the the mechanics of systems of solid bodies Linkage Friction and dissipation Power, work, theorem of kinetic energy
2- Electromagnetism : 2.1- Maxwell equations and physical symmetries (4H) 2.2- Electrostatics (2H) 2.3- Tools for the study of electromagnetic devices (8H) 2.4- Diffusion of magnetic quantities (4H)
3- Thermodynamics : Basic definitions such as system, state, equilibrium, state function, etc. 1st and 2nd principle of thermodynamics
Basics of mathematics : linear algebra (matrices), differential equations, Taylor series, vector analysis
Laws of electromagnetism in vacuum
The module is assessed through continuous assesment (2/3rd of the grade) and with a final exam (1/3rd of the grade).
In case of a second session, its grade replace the 1st session's final exam.
CC 2/3 + CT 1/3
The course exists in the following branches:
Curriculum - Master's Degree in Engineering GEE - Semester 5