Content, progress and pedagogy of the
- Have gained an in-depth knowledge of theoretical models and
methods used for system or system element modelling within the
field of mechanical engineering.
- Have gained an in-depth knowledge of experimental techniques
used within the field of mechanical engineering.
- Have attained an knowledge the assumptions and limitations of
the modelling, simulation and experimental tools used in a
- Have attained an understanding of how to select and use
suitable mathematical models within their field of
- Be able to determine the performance of a system or system
element using theoretical, numerical and or experimental
- Be able to account for the implementation and practical use of
the analytical, numerical, and experimental methods applied in the
- Be able to use information technology tools to analyse and
design mechanical systems or system elements.
- Be able to use correct terminology.
- Be able to compare theoretical and experimental results.
- Be able to critically evaluate applied methods and their
- Be able to analyze a system or system element within their
field of specialization.
- Be able to compare theoretical and experimental results
carefully, and critically evaluate the methods applied and the
- Be able to propose possible improvements on the system or
system element from insight obtained from the analysis and
- Have the ability to design and evaluate a technical
Type of instruction
The teaching is organized in accordance with the general form of
teaching. Please see the programme cirruculum §17.
Extent and expected workload
Since it is a 15 ECTS project module the expected workload
is 450 hours for the student.
|Name of exam||System Analysis and Modelling|
|Type of exam|
Oral exam based on a project
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination
Policies and Procedures|