ECAM Engineering Program
Combined Bachelor's / Master's Degree
TEACHING UNIT ECTS TEACHING UNIT COMPONENT Content TEACHING HOURS
Engineering Sciences 2 7 Mechanical design 2

-writing dimension and tolerance
Functional surfaces Operating conditions clearance conditions tightening conditions play conditions
The I.S.O. fit system Recommended fits Writing the fits on a drawing Fundamental deviations of the shafts
Functional conditions, Functional dimensions, Chain of dimensions method

-Global comprehension of different mechanism examples.
Movement end kinematics diagram analyze
Proposing the optimal solutions to create a specific joints using elementary components.
Draw and sketch the assembly with new modified or created joints.
Indicate the Functional conditions, Functional dimensions and calculate their values.

Lectures : 17h00
Tutorials : 32h00
General Mechanics 2

Work and Energy: Work of a force. Kinetic energy. Work and energy Theorem. Conservative and non conservative forces. Potential energy. Gravitational and elastic potential energy. Mechanical energy. Conservation of energy. Power.
System of particles: Impulse. Linear momentum. Conservation of the linear momentum. Center of mass. Elastic collisions. Inelastic collisions. Energy in a system of particles. Introduction to Rocket propulsion. Work and Energy Theorem in a system of particles. Angular momentum. Conservation of angular momentum.

Lectures : 20h00
Tutorials : 15h00
Processes 1

INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING:
Manufacturing processes, materials in manufacturing, mechanical properties of materials,

Fundamentals of metal forming : metal Forming, material behavior in metal forming, train rate sensitivity, friction and lubrication in metal forming

Bulk deformation processes in metal working: rolling, forging, extrusion, wire and bar drawing

Theory of metal machining: machining technology, theory of chip formation in metal machining, force relationships and the merchant equation, power and energy relationships in machining

Machining operations and machine tools : machining and part geometry, turning and related operations, drilling and related operation, milling
Cutting-tool technology: tool life, tool materials, tool geometry
? Surface texture: Two dimensional

METROLOGY
o Geometrical and surface profile Roughness parameters
o Measuring length
o Filters and cut off
o Amplitude parameter
o The different types of profiles ( ISO3247)
o Analyze experimental data of roughness and waviness using the surface state measurement

TP:
Turning and Related Operations

Milling and Related Operations

Measurement of Surface state

Coordinate measuring machine (CMM)

Computer-aided manufacturing control ( for turning )

Computer-aided manufacturing control ( for milling )

Lectures : 4h00
Lab Work : 12h00
Humanities 2 5 Communication in English 2

Module 1 Written communication in English:
Students will be able to:
? Write a short report or report summary with minimal grammar or syntax errors
? Build technical vocabulary in order to read, understand and discuss short scientific or technical documents
? Develop awareness of different writing styles
? Understand and write a professional email using correct expressions
Module 2 Oral communication in English:
Students will be able to:
? Become aware of voice and gestures when speaking in public
? Improve listening skills & use active listening
? Plan, structure and deliver a formal presentation without reading
? Create visuals which are both attractive and professional
? Discuss professional topics using appropriate language to express opinions
Module 3 Professionalisation
Students will be able to:
? Gain an insight into how a company and its different departments function
? Write a CV in French and English which is professional and succinct
? Write a professional cover letter or covering email in English
? Introduce themselves to a future employer and answer basic job interview questions
? Identify what a manager would expect from an intern in terms of professional behaviour.

Tutorials : 26h00
Foreign Language 2-2



- A1/2 : daily life / society / culture
- B1/2 : analysing cultural events / scientific awareness / discovering the world of work
- C1/2 : geopolitics / scientific culture / getting deeper into the world of work

Tutorials : 18h00
FLE Advanced 2

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 30h00
FLE Beginner 2

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 90h00
FLE intermediate 2

The language-culture is taught from different materials (original and built up documents) : audio, video and abstracts from handbooks (mostly communicative methods), media (internet and printed press). Specific learning income in grammar is offered based on student requirements alternating inductive/deductive methods.
Group work, role-playing are also offered and stimulate an active participation

Tutorials : 60h00
Humanitarian Project-Geopolitics

Tutorials : 10h00
Introductory Internship

Introductory internship - 1 month

Physical Education 2

Volleyball:
- Offense and defense at the same time without blocking the ball
- Adequate movement in relation with the ball (anticipation/chance)
- Crossing vertical obstacles (the net) to aim for a horizontal and moving target
- Limited contact with the ball (see rules)

Bodybuilding:
- Risk awareness: Safe standards and practices
- Associating objectives with methods
- Associating activities with muscle-use
- Associating load, intensity, form, series, repetitions, and recovery time

Tutorials : 30h00
Mathematics and Computer Science 2 7 Computer Programming 2

1- Classical algorithms, computer complexity recursion.
2- Group project.

Tutorials : 18h00
Mathematics 2

1- Differenciation
2- Integration
3- Asymptotic analysis, series expansion
4- Planar curves, parametric curves
5- Functions of several variables
6- Infinite series
7- Introduction to matrices and system solving
8- Vector calculus

Lectures : 50h00
Tutorials : 42h00
Physics & Chemistry 2 4 Electricity 2

Linear Time Invariant system. Focus on first and second order systems. Introduction to time domain analysis for LTI. Transient and permanent regime study for arbitrary deterministic source via ODE's. introduction to harmonic analysis via transfert functions to obtain a frequency response, response time. Basics of linear filtering, Bode plots. Fourier Series, Laplace Transforms.

Lectures : 8h00
Tutorials : 12h00
Lab Work : 3h00
Electromagnetism

Concept of electrical charge distributions, Coulomb force, electrostatic field and potential, Gauss theorem, capacitors.
Current and magnetic field, Biot and Savart law. Magnetostatic law. Magnetic forces on charged particules, Lorentz and Laplace forces. Induction.
Introduction to Maxwell Equations.

Lectures : 10h00
Tutorials : 12h00
Lab Work : 3h00
Thermodynamics 1

Fundamentals of thermodynamics: First law of thermodynamics: definition of energy. The second law of thermodynamics: definition of entropy. Heat and Temperature. Transformations and cycles. Energy balances applied to closed systems.
Equations of state of gases: The ideal gas and its limitations. Real gas.
Open systems: Enthalpy and energy balances of open systems. Application to compressions and expansions of gases.
Thermochemistry of open and closed systems. Elementary stoichiometric balances of combustion processes. From heat of reaction to heating values of fuels. Air/Fuel ratios and real combustion reactions
Application to internal combustion engines: Consequences of the 2nd law on heat engines: the Carnot cycle. Reciprocating engines: the Otto and Diesel cycles. Rotating and jet engines: the Brayton cycle.

Lectures : 12h00
Tutorials : 24h00
Transversal Projects 2 7 Robotic initiation project

This introductory course in robotics is aimed to program a robot "Mbot". This kind of robots are thought to be programmed using Arduino language but, given the fact the students know MatLab, all codes are written using that language and transformed into Arduino code.

Tutorials : 30h00
Sustainable Development 2

Conceptual frameworks
• What is a sustainable and responsible society?
• The approaches and methods of sustainable development and CSR
• Ethical issues, social solidarity
• Understanding of a value chain

Specific topics
• nature capital and ecological footprint, triple bottom line
• life cycle of products, waste management, recycling
• circular economy , cradle to cradle
• specific approach on energy, production and consumption, water, air, land, cities
• climate problematic and carbon projects
• tools and road maps for sustainable development

Industry, company, business
• environmental actions: waste, pollution, resource and energy management
• CSR
• economic activities: consumption and production, purchasing and logistics, real estate
• Education and sensitization for SD
• Green washing

In addition to the theoretical lesson all students are working on a group-project, which aims to solve an existing problem linked to the discussed subjetcs.

Tutorials : 12h00
Systemic Design 2

HISTORY OF DESIGN:
This course teaches students the history of contemporary design and visual communication paying particular attention to the relationships between manufactured products/artefacts and industrial development. It provides multiple visions of the historical events .
The class is interdisciplinary and integrates the contributions from the history of industry, technology, design, architecture, communication and advertising.

PRODUCT DESIGN:
Within this class the student addresses the question of "how to do?" in developing a project, starting from a well-defined product category and a specific function. At the end of the course, the student will be able to deal with the design experience starting from a specific brief that expresses a detailed request, paying particular attention to the choice of materials and technologies to be used.
In the Product Design class, the students learn to control and manage the complexity of the design question of "How to do?” . The class is carried out in groups (maximum 3-4 per group), working to elaborate new products rich in cultural and expressive contents, and sustainable from a technical and productive point of view.

Lectures : 45h00
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