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  • UNIVERSITY OF DEBRECEN,

    CENTRE OF ARTS, HUMANITIES, AND SCIENCES,

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

    Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering

    (BSc degree program)

    2013.

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    H-4010 Debrecen, P.O. Box 95,

    Hungary

    Phone: +36-52-518-655

    Fax. +36-52-512-910

    Email:

    englishstudies@detek.unideb.hu

    Internet:

    http://englishstudies.sci.unideb.hu

    H-4028 Debrecen, Ótemető u. 2-4., Hungary

    Phone: +36-52-415-155/77775

    Fax. +36-52-415-155/77777

    Email:

    tiba@eng.unideb.hu

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    Objectives and Perspectives

    The aim of the Mechanical Engineering BSc program is to train professionals who possess

    - a well-grounded and broad knowledge that graduates of this Faculty can apply immediately in their

    work and also use as the basis for further studies on master level

    - an ethical philosophy of engineering and a respect for the human element respectively

    Our students acquire practical knowledge in technology, in system engineering, in designing software i.e.

    CAD, CAE, CAM and FEM.

    Through the learning of basic law, economics, quality management and maintenance strategies, students

    are capable to carry out projects concerning production and inspection.

    Requirements Duration of studies: 7 semesters

    Number of teaching (contact) hours: 2,590

    Number of required ECTS credits: 210

    Subjects Credits

    Basics of Natural Sciences

    Mathematics

    Technical Mechanics

    Engineering Physics

    Operation and Theory of

    Machines

    Thermodynamics and Fluid

    Mechanics

    Technical Chemistry

    13

    13

    2

    3

    10

    3

    Economics and humanities

    Economics for Engineers

    Microeconomics

    Basics of Quality Management

    Management for Engineers

    State Administration and Law

    Engineering Ethics

    4

    4

    4

    4

    2

    2

    Thesis 15

    Optional subjects 10

    Automotive Constructions

    Engineering Calculations with

    Matlab

    Engineering Experimentation

    Advanced Robot Applications

    Subjects Credits

    Specific Compulsory Subjects

    Informatics for Engineers

    Descriptive Geometry

    Technical Drawing

    Machine Elements

    CAD and CAE I.

    Material Science

    Technology of Structural

    Materials

    3D computer Aided Design

    Electrotechnics and Electronics I.

    Measuring and Automatics

    Thermal and Fluid Machines

    Manufacturing Processes

    Logistics I.

    Environmental Protection

    Industrial Safety

    Steel Constructions

    Hydraulic and Pneumatic

    Machines

    Fracture Mechanics

    Manufacturing Planning

    Diagnostics

    Finite Element Method

    Programmable Logic Controllers

    Material Handling and Robotics

    Drive Train Optimization

    Machine Repairing

    Maintenance Engineering

    6

    3

    3

    10

    3

    8

    2

    3

    5

    7

    6

    11

    2

    2

    2

    3

    4

    3

    4

    3

    4

    4

    6

    4

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    Background

    The Mechanical Engineering Program at the Faculty of Engineering began in 1965. The Faculty has a

    continuous and progressive 45-year history and from the 2010/11 academic year offers a 3.5-year

    Mechanical Engineering B.Sc. program in English.

    The Faculty of Engineering has about 40 staff member, a third of them are professors and associate

    professors with fluent English. The Faculty is well equipped with laboratories and workshops and has a

    technical library enjoying the technical support and database of the National University Library of

    Debrecen.

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    The aim of the teaching is to train mechanical engineers who are able to operate and

    maintain machines and mechanical devices, introduce engineering technologies and

    apply them, organize and control work phases, mechanical development, can solve the

    general problems of research and planning as expected by the labour market and they

    have in-depth theoretical knowledge to continue their studies in the second cycle.

    Students completing the undergraduate program will have developed competence or

    acquired knowledge in the following areas:

    - introducing and applying modern technologies and computational

    engineering methods and systems (manufacturing technologies, CAE)

    - operating and developing mechatronical systems (electrotechnics

    and electronics, measuring and automatics, hydraulics and pneumatics),

    - operating and maintaining machines and mechanical devices

    (mechanical system engineering, heat and fluid machines),

    - organizing and controlling operational

    processes, mechanical development,

    - planning the construction and designing the machine parts, devices and

    apparatus (machine element, CAD, finite element method),

    - solving the general problems of research and planning as expected by the labor

    market (studies of administration and law, basics of quality assurance,

    management for engineers, safety engineering),

    - carrying out diagnostic testing, assessing reliability of machines and devices

    (fracture mechanics, non-destructive testing and diagnostics),

    The syllabus contains the following subject groups:

    - Basic science subjects: 48 credits

    Mathematics, Technical Mechanics, Engineering Physics, Introduction to Mechanical

    Engineering, Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, Technical Chemistry

    - Economics and human subjects: 20 credits

    Economics, Quality Management, State Administration and Law, Introduction to Ethics

    - Professional subjects: 117 credits

    Informatics, Descriptive Geometry, Technical Drawing, Machine Elements, CAD, CAE, 3D

    Computer Aided Design, Material Science and Testing, Technology of Structural Materials,

    Electrotechnics and Electronics, Measuring and Automatics, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics,

    Manufacturing Processes, Logistics, Safety Engineering, Fracture Mechanics, FEM, Mechanical

    System Engineering, Loading Analysis and Damage Theory, Non-Destructive Testing and

    Diagnostic, Heat and Fluid Machines, Inspection and Maintenance

    - Optional subjects: 10 credits

    - Thesis: 15 credits

    Duration of studies: 7 semesters, contact hours: 2,352

    ECTS credits: 210, internship: 6 weeks

    Final Exam: Inspection and Maintenance, and one subject chosen by the

    student: Heat and Fluid Machines or Mechanical System Engineering

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    Description of the Mechanical Engineering, BSc Program

    The aim of the teaching is to train mechanical engineers who are able to operate and maintain

    machines and mechanical devices, introduce engineering technologies and apply them, organize

    and controll workphases, mechanical development, can solve the general problems of research

    and planning as expected by the labour market and they have in-depth theoretical knowledge to

    continue their studies in the second cycle.

    Having a BSc degree mechanical engineers are able to do:

    - the constructional planning and design of machine parts, devices and apparatus - plan and control the production and mounting technologies of machine, metal and/or

    polymer devices and their components

    - diagnostical examination, maintenance, reliability and work out the repair techonology of machines and devices

    - the control of engineering and technological processes, the organisation of mechanical devices service

    - operate and develop mechatronical systems - operate and develop logistics and material moving systems - do technological control of environmental protection tasks - apply environmental-friendly technologies, design industrial environment, plan and

    produce environmental protection technical tools

    - apply, operate and control - plan, prepare execution, organise and control of building engineering devices - plan, execute, supervise and control of heating and flow technology and chemical industry

    processes

    - plan and produce and maintain vehicles and mobile machines

    The goals of the Faculty's graduate BSc program

    The aim for the teaching is to train mechanical engineers who are able to

    - model machines and time-dependent processes based on solid and fluid mechanics,

    electronics and machinery (mathematics, technical mechanics, thermodynamics, fluid

    mechanics),

    - introduce and apply modern technologies and computational engineering methods and

    systems (manufacturing technologies, CAE)

    - operate and develop mechatronical systems (electrotechnics and electronics, measuring

    and automatics, hydraulics and pneumatics),

    - operate and maintain machines and mechanical devices (mechanical system engineering,

    heat and fluid machines),

    - organize and control operational processes,