Wheeled and caterpillar vehicles

8.133.01 Wheeled and caterpillar vehicles
Qualification awarded:
Entry year: 2017
Mode of study: full
Program duration: 1,5 years
Institute: Institute of Mechanical Engineering and Transport
Number of credits: 90 credits ECTS
Level of qualification according to the National Qualification Framework and the European Qualifications Framework: Second (Master) level, 7-th level of NQF, EHEA second Cycle
Field(s) of study: Mechanical engineering
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Gained competence: – ability to research; – design; – technical; – technological; – supervisory; – management knowledgies.
– to research workflows and vehicle’s systems and units; – to design new and modify existing models, systems and units of vehicles; – to provide technological support of production and its development; – to provide technical and organizational support of vehicles production.
– develop research and technical projects and technical documentation of vehicle’s systems and units; – plan and carry out experimental tests of wheeled vehicles in laboratory and road conditions; – identify problems and discrepancy of specifications of systems and units; – substantialize and develop design requirements; – apply mathematical methods of processing for results of experimental investigations; – plan production and maintenance processes of motor vehicles; – apply engineering calculations.
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