MASTER Physique appliquée et ingénierie physique
Parcours : Mécanique numérique en ingénierie (MNI) - Computational engineering

  • Langue du parcours :Anglais
  • ECTS :120
  • Volume horaire TPTDCICM
  • Formation initiale
    Formation continue
  • Apprentissage
    Contrat de professionnalisation
  • Stage : durée (en semaines):20

Objectifs du programme

Numerical modelling for industrial applications is a rapidly growing discipline, which brings together the power of computers and the biological, chemical and physical sciences. Computer based simulations and their related visualisations play a key role in industrial applications, environmental or biomechanical investigations.

This training aims to train graduates in engineering and science able to master the scientific approaches for numerical computations in industrial engineering, environmental tales and biomechanics. This program also wants to demonstrate how computational engineering is used effectively in solving real-world problems.

Compétences à acquérir

In this program the student will lean:
  • the knowledge of the basics of fluids mechanics and solid mechanical laws, mathematics and numerical modelling;
  • to use discretisation methods for the equations governing physical processes (programming language and numerical techniques);
  • to use simulation tools (commercial solvers, research codes or free software) in industry (Computational fluid dynamics, computational solid mechanics, computational biomechanics, computational chemical engineering, civil engineering);
  • to visualise data and generate meshes around complex geometries;
  • to develop numerical tools to understand physical phenomena and propose optimised solutions;
  • to solve numerically any problems in the fields of fluids mechanics, solid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, biomechanics or civil engineering.

Aspect formation et recherche

  • The training is performed by professors strongly related to research in Strasbourg's laboratories and many student ends-up in PhD program.

Contact(s)

Yannick Hoarau

Modalités d'inscription

Retrouvez l'ensemble des informations relatives à votre admission et inscription (conditions, délais, tarifs), sur le site de l'université de Strasbourg.

Pré-requis recommandés

  • Mention(s) de licence(s) conseillée(s) pour accéder au M1 :
  • Autres pré-requis (disciplines, matières, enseignements, recommandés) :
    • Mécanique des fluides ;
    • Mécanique des structures ;
    • Langage de programmation ;
    • Anglais.

Programme des enseignements

Mécanique numérique en ingénierie (MNI) - Computational engineering