Electives TEL - Transportation Engineering
These elective courses are provided by the MSc programme Mechanical Engineering, track Transport Engineering and Logistics.
Reliable systems for moving people and goods are cornerstones of modern society. Electives in Transport Engineering and Logistics focus on the development, design, construction and operation of transport systems and equipment, as well as technological, organisational, environmental and logistical issues. The challenge is to optimise the operational performance of transport systems, taking into account human limitations in the management of complex systems.
By combining organisational aspects with information and logistics within the (human) business environment, the electives in Transport Engineering and Logistics offer a unique opportunity to study the complete industrial value chain comprised of production and transportation processes. Modelling is used as an aid in the analysis and resolution of operational problems.
The following elective courses are available:
Dynamics of Material and Equipment Interaction
Structural Design with FEM
Integration Project Large-scale Equipment
Discrete Element Method (DEM) Simulation
Reliability and Maintenance of Transport Equipment
Intelligent Control for Transport Technology
|Drive and Energy Systems
Coordination for Real-time Logistics
Systems Analysis and Simulation
Advanced Operations and Production Management
Students must choose at least one course from this elective course category. They cannot choose courses as elective that are already part of their chosen specialisation.