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titleMechanics - Major EMSYS
Mechanics - Major EMSYS

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titleFluid Mechanics : 7KEMAJ11 - 2.5 credits - 40h

The aim of these lectures is to provide the fundamental concepts of fluid mechanics for a better understanding of the flow motions and heat and mass transfers. The knowledge assimilated will allow to deal with the main issues related to several industrial processes such as production, transformation or storage of energ

     
    
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titleFrom Microstructure to Properties of Materials : 7KEMAJ22 - 2.5 credits - 20h
In this course microstructural architecture and mechanical properties relationships will be taught. The link between microstructure and using properties for each material class (metallic alloys, polymers, ceramics) will be established in the case of mechanical, thermal or chemical solicitations.
    
     
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titleThermodynamics of Machines and Energy Systems : 8KEMAJ21 - 2 credits - 20h
The fundamental laws of thermodynamics are applied to the study of thermodynamic systems and processes used to produce energy. The objectives are to give the main tools allowing to determine energy systems efficiency. Many examples are presented among them cyclic processes, heat engines, steam and gas turbines, heat pump, fuel cells…
  
     
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titleNonlinear Mechanics of Materials : 8KEMAJ12 - 2.5 credits - 20h
This course is dedicated to the analysis and control of nonlinear systems. It introduces the main nonlinear phenomena and provides appropriate analysis and synthesis methods. Regarding the analysis, the methods developed are: the describing function, method, the phase portrait method and Lyapunov method. The design of stabilizing control laws is presented through efficient control methods: sliding mode and flatness.
  
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titleFatigue and failure of materials - 9KEMN82 - 2.5 credits - 20h
This lecture follows on from the second-year lecture of non-linear mechanics. Damage, fatigue and failure of mechanisms under a given thermo-mechanical loading will be presented and studied. A micro-structural approach, coupled with modeling aspects, will lead to the formulation of ad hoc constitutive laws required as input in computational mechanics tools.
      
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titleMetrology of Fluid Flows and Heat Transfers - 9KEM6N21 - 2.5 credits - 30h
This course aims to introduce and gain expert knowledge of the measurement tools used in heat transfer and fluid mechanics: temperature and heat flux measurements with and without contact (infrared camera) - Measurements of velocity, temperature and species concentration in flowing fluids: laser velocimetry and granulometry, fluorescence spectroscopy, particle image velocimetry. The objective is to acquire knowledge of their physical principles, of their experimental implementation and of their accuracy and limitations
      
 
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titleEngineering or research project : 9KUFGN06 - 60h - 5 credits
Solo or teamwork spread over a semester. The subject is proposed by a research tutor who monitors the student up to the draft of a report and oral presentation leading to their industrial internship. The aim is to learn how to carry out a research or industrial project over a period of six months, finding references from scientific documents relating to the project and performing scientific monitoring.
    
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titleElectrical Engineering - Major GENESE
Electrical Engineering - Major GENESE

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titleAdvanced Power Electronics : 7KEMAJ31 - 3 credits - 40h
This module focuses on static converters, in particular multi-level converters and PWM type controls, rectifier circuits with high pulsation indicators and isolated DCDC power supplies.
         
 

 

   
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titleModeling and control of switching power supplies : 8KEMAJ62 - 20h - 2 credits
The aim of this course is to establish dynamic models to simulate and control of asynchronous machines powered by voltage inverters. To study different vectorial control strategies based on the orientation of rotor flow or  stator flow or direct torque control. To extend these strategies to the control of double-fed asynchronous machines. Students should be able to apply vectorial control on asynchronous machines oprating in motor or generator mode.
  
     
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titleTransient and unbalanced Phases of electric machines : 8KEMAJ51 - 40h - 3 credits
This module complements the special operations of synchronous and asynchronous electric machines. It particularly tackles saturation by the Potier model and the imbalance and transient state of synchronous and induction machines. The course also introduces the single phase induction motor as well as other special machines (switched reluctance motor, hybrid step motor).
  
     
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titleNumerical Modeling of Magnetic Devices : 8KEMAJ61 - 40h - 3 credits
This course is an introduction to electromagnetic field calculation using numerical methods (finite element method). It focuses on the magnetic devices used in electrical engineering  to identify external parameters (inductance, capacity and resistance equivalent) as well as an energy conversion assessment (energy flow, induction heating, etc
  
       
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titleDynamic modeling of power conversion systems and energy management in electrical grids-microgrids : 8KEMIN31 - 40h - 2.5 credits
The aim of this module is to provide students with the major 'Systems, Information and Energy', the foundations in terms of electric power systems (production sources, conversion channels, network management and stability) in order to understand the lesson proposed in the Smart Grid module in S9. Illustrations will be given on the 'Vehicle of the Future' platform of ENSEM.

Block Energy conversion principles - 5 credits - 80h :

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titleModeling and Control of Electrical Actuators : 9KEGEN11 - 20h
The aim of this course is to establish dynamic models to simulate and control of asynchronous machines powered by voltage inverters. To study different vectorial control strategies based on the orientation of rotor flow or  stator flow or direct torque control. To extend these strategies to the control of double-fed asynchronous machines. Students should be able to apply vectorial control on asynchronous machines oprating in motor or generator mode.
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titleSwitching Power Supplies: Design, Modeling and Control : 9KEGEN12 - 30h
The objective of this course is to give students some knowledge on the main DC DC isolated power structures used in electrical energy conversion devices. Students will model, dimension and control switched-mode power supplies via the study and the implementation of an experimental set-up enabling to take into account all implementation constraints.
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titleElectromagnetic compatibility : 9KEGEN13 - 30h
This module aims to encompass the issues of perturbations and interference provoked by apparatus or systems which are the point of commutation due to the use of powerful switches. It provides the analysis methodology in order to find the appropriate remedies to improve the immunities and degraded sensibilities.
 

 

 

    

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Block Electrical machines and transformers - 5.5 credits - 60h :

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titleModeling and Design of Synchronous Actuators : 9KEGEN21 - 30h - 3 credits
This course provides the basic elements necessary to the design of electrical machines as well as their modeling using numerical methods in electromagnetics. The modeling of windings and the calculation of external parameters are also studied. A methodology of the analytical design of synchronous machines (permanent magnet or wound rotor)  is tackled. In this course the students are expected to carry out an individual project to design an electric machine fulfilling given specifications
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titleOptimal Design of Magnetic Devices : 9KEGEN32 - 30h - 2.5 credits
This course gives the basics allowing  to properly and correctly formulate an inverse design problem in an electromagnetic or electromechanical device into a global optimization problem, and then to solve it. Specific studies are applied to electrical devices such astransformers, magnetic storage systems or electrical actuators in general.

(info) Other courses  from bank 1 are taught in French energy sources and storages lectures and lab work: 5 credits)

      
  

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Block Electrical networks - 5 credits - 60h :

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titleStability of Electrical Grids : 9KEGEN51 - 30h - 2.5 credits
Different definitions of the concept of stability of microgrids with Distributed Generation (DG) are described. Stability analysis tools for microgrids like spectroscopy of impedance, circle criterion and Lyapunov theorems are detailed. Then, active and passive stabilization techniques are studied, with a particular focus on actual and virtual impedances. These techniques are generalized to centralized and decentralized stabilization strategies. Finally, stabilizer design for microgrids is presented as an optimization problem minimizing cost, size and weight and maximizing energy efficiency. A case study, coming from industry, is given to show how to solve this problem using known solvers.
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titleEnergy Management in μ-grid : 9KEGEN52 - 30h - 2.5 credits
At the end of this course  students will have in-depth knowledge on the different power architecture and  their modeling. They will study different control structures for power exchange in micro-grids and the dimensioning of the different elements involved
    
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Block Converters and actuators - 5 credits - 60h :

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titleAdvanced Power Electronics and Control Strategies : 9KEGEN61 - 40h
The aim is to study the main convertors used in energy conversion devices.   Students will model, dimension and control power electronics structures dedicated to energy quality and  management in electric networks.
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titleMultiphase Electric Systems : 9KEGEN62 - 20h
The objective is to model multiphase  and multistar machines and take into account the constraints coming from magnetique couplings  in the design and control of the convertors that power them.  Students will operate them in normal or degraded mode as simply as possible to get a high yield.

 

 

  

 

   

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Block Control and Diagnostics - 5 credits - 60h :

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titleNumerical Control and Digital Electronics : 9KEGEN71 - 30h
At the end of this course students will have in-depth skills on the analysis, the dimensionning and the implementation of digital control laws for the control of electrical engineering devices as well as on the implementation of DSP or FPGA digital electronics components.
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titleDiagnostics / fault detection in electrical systems : 9KEGEN72 - 30h
The objective is to study models of  faulty power electronics machines and convertors. To make students aware of the different fault signature in alternative electric machines.  To implement analytical redundancy in case of mechanical sensor failure
    

 

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titleEngineering or research project : 9KUFGN06 - 60h - 5 credits
Solo or teamwork spread over a semester. The subject is proposed by a research tutor who monitors the student up to the draft of a report and oral presentation leading to their industrial internship. The aim is to learn how to carry out a research or industrial project over a period of six months, finding references from scientific documents relating to the project and performing scientific monitoring.
    
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titleInformation Science - Major SINERGIE
Information Science - Major SINERGIE

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titleReal time and embedded systems : 7KEMAJ51 - 30h - 2.5 credits
This module enables students to acquire basic knowledge, concepts and principles of a real time system for the development of real-time applications. The development and design of these systems require mastery of the concepts of synchronization and communication between tasks and a good knowledge of various algorithms and scheduling techniques to respect their time constraints.
       
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titleStability and control of non linear systems : 7KEMAJ62 - 30h - 2.5 credits
This course is dedicated to the analysis and control of nonlinear systems. It introduces the main nonlinear phenomena and provides appropriate analysis and synthesis methods. Regarding the analysis, the methods developed are: the describing function, method, the phase portrait method and Lyapunov method. The design of stabilizing control laws is presented through efficient control methods: sliding mode and flatness.
 

 

     
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titleDistributed systems and algorithms : 9KESIN31 - 30h - 2.5 credits

This module enables students to understand the problems linked to distributed systems and get to grips with the techniques and algorithms used in the conception and realization of these systems. The problems broached are linked to the distribution of algorithmic data between the different components of an industrial installation so as to guarantee access to shared resources. The resolution methods rely mainly upon election principles, mutual exclusion, detection and the basis of clock synchronization. These principles are found mainly in distributed systems via internet. Core operations will also be studied. (TCP/IP, routing, etc.)

       
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titleMonitoring and diagnosis : 9KESIN21 - 30h - 2.5 credits
This module introduces notions of monitoring and diagnostics, giving the basic skills to enable the understanding of associated problems. Surveillance based on models and the notions of redundancy (material redundancy, analytical redundancy, voting methods) are developed. The parity space approach is presented in the static case and linear dynamic. The extension to a few non-linear systems (polynomial models, affine control models) is foreseen. The module also consists of a portion dedicated to the use of observation panels and elementary residue-analysis statistic techniques.
       
  
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titleData analysis : 9KESIN33 -16h -1.5 credit
This module introduces elementary data analysis notions: namely multidimensional statistical methods. They are used to process a great amount of data and to identify the most important aspects of their structure. The objective is to help highlight the relations that might exist between the different data and to draw some statistic information that allows to describe more succinctly the main information contained in these data.
 

 

    

 

   
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titleControl and aerospace : 9KEISN11 - 30h - 2.5 credits
This module introduces a field of application of control in which the use of the latest techniques in automatic control is required for issues such as robustness or trajectory tracking. The objective is to introduce aircraft or aerospace applications (launchers, civil aircraft, flexible aircraft, missiles) in which control functions are of primary importance. Special emphasis will be placed on the specificities of these issues compared to academic issues. This module is organized in long practical work sessions where students work in groups. Each group has to deal with a specific issue. They use Matlab Toolbox, Aerospace Toolbox and Virtual Reality.
    

 

   

Block Stability and efficiency of energy systems - 5 credits - 80h :

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titleSmart Grid : 9KESIN41
The aim is to heighten the awareness of future engineers to the problems that occur with complex energy-system networks (multi-source energy production, intermittent production, interconnected systems, sensor array etc). The notions put forward by Sinergie concerning the analysis and interconnected energy network control aspects, and multi-agents as well as the relative aspects of sensor array.
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titleGreen IT : 9KESIN42
The objective of this module is to present the problems, stakes and different aspects of energy concerns linked to the use of IT and communication devices (computers, tablets, games consoles, televisions, telephones, data centers etc). Indeed, the reductions in energy consumption and the carbon footprint due to these technologies has become a major issue.
    
 
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titleEngineering or research project : 9KUFGN06 - 60h - 5 credits
Solo or teamwork spread over a semester. The subject is proposed by a research tutor who monitors the student up to the draft of a report and oral presentation leading to their industrial internship. The aim is to learn how to carry out a research or industrial project over a period of six months, finding references from scientific documents relating to the project and performing scientific monitoring.
    
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titleGeneral Training
General Training

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Block Professional skills and languages - 5 credits - 70h :

  • English : 9KEFGEN61 - 30h
  • Interacting professionally
  • English for engineering
  • French  25h
  • Vocational and Professional Development : 9KEFGEN64 - 15h 
     
    

 

Block Professional skills and languages - 5 credits - 70h :

  • English  Dynamic presentations
  • French
  • communication
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