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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BSC DEGREE

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering


BSc Degree
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BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS

Curriculum of BSc Subjects


Process Engineering Specialization
Subject lectures/practical lectures/laboratory

Name Code Credits 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Requisities


1st semester, Fall
Compulsory English I. BMEGT63A301 2 0/4/0 p
Descriptive Geometry BMETE90AX06 3 1/2/0 e
Introduction to Mechanical
BMEGEVGAG01 4 2/1/1 e
Engineering
Information Systems BMEGERIA31I 4 2/0/2 p
Macro- and Microeconomics BMEGT30A001 4 4/0/0 e
Mathematics A1a - Calculus BMETE90AX00 6 4/2/0 e
Technical Chemistry BMEVEKTAGE1 3 2/0/1 p
Statics BMEGEMMAGM1 3 1/1/0 p
Total credits: 29
2nd Semester, Spring
Compulsory English II. BMEGT63A302 2 0/4/0 p
Materials Science and Testing BMEGEMTAGK1 6 4/0/1 e
Fundamentals of CAD BMEGEGEA3CD 4 1/0/2 p
Physics A2 BMETE15AX02 2 2/0/0 e
Fundamentals of Machine
BMEGEGEAGM1 4 2/2/0 p
Design
Mathematics A2a - Vector
BMETE90AX02 6 4/2/0 e
Functions
Software Engineering BMEGERIA32P 2 0/2/0 p
Strength of Materials BMEGEMMAGM2 5 2/2/0 e
Total credits: 31
3rd Semester, Fall
Dynamics BMEGEMMAGM3 5 2/2/0 e
Materials Engineering BMEGEMTAGK2 4 3/0/1 e
Physics A3 BMETE15AX03 2 2/0/0 e
Machine Elements 1. BMEGEGEAGG1 5 2/1/1 e
Environmental Management
BMEGT42A003 3 3/0/0 p
Systems
Mathematics A3
BMETE90AX10 4 2/2/0 p
for Mechanical Engineers
Mathematics Global Exam BMETE90AX23 ge
Analysis of Technical and
BMEGEVGAG14 3 2/1/0 p
Economical Data
Measurement Technology BMEGEMIAMG1 3 2/0/1 p
Total credits: 29
4th Semester, Spring
Basics of Electrical Engineering BMEVIAUA007 3 2/0/1 p
Machine Elements 2. BMEGEGEAGG2 6 3/1/1 e
Manufacturing BMEGEGTAG01 5 2/0/3 e
Control Engineering BMEGEMIAGE1 4 2/2/0 e
Engineering Thermodynamics BMEGEENAETD 3 2/1/0 p
Polymer Materials Science and
BMEGEPTAG0P 6 3/0/2 e
Engineering
Vibrations BMEGEMMAGM4 3 2/1/0 p
Mechanics Global Exam BMEGEMMAGM0 ge
Total credits: 30
5th Semester, Fall
Electromechanics BMEVIAUA008 4 2/1/1 e
Fluid Mechanics BMEGETAG11 5 2/2/1 p
Heat Transfer BMEGEENAEHK 4 2/2/0 e
Diffusion Processes BMEGEVAG02 2 1/1/0 e

e - exam, p - practical mark, ge - global exam

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Subject lectures/practical lectures/laboratory

Name Code Credits 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Requisities


Measurement at Energy
BMEGEENAG51 3 0/1/2 p
and Environment Protection
Measurement Technique
BMEGEVGAG03 2 1/0/1 p
of Processes
Fundamentals of FEM BMEGEMMAGM5 3 1/1/1 p
Management and Business
BMEGT20A001 4 4/0/0 p
Economics
Business Law BMEGT55A001 2 2/0/0 p
Optional subject: 2
Marketing (2 credits) OR BMEGT20A002 2/0/0 p
Communication Skills
BMEGT63A061 0/2/0 p
- English (2 credits)
Total credits: 31
6th Semester, Spring
Technical Acoustics and Noise
BMEGETAG15 3 2/0/1 e
Control
Fluid Machinery BMEGEVGAG02 4 2/1/1 e
Heat Engines BMEGEENAEGK 4 2/1/1 e
Numerical Simulation of Fluid
BMEGETAG06 2 1/0/1 p
Flows
Processes and Equipments of
BMEGEVAG03 5 3/2/0 e
Chemical Industry
Air Pollution, Wastewater and
BMEGETAG04 3 3/0/0 p
Solid Waste Man.
Independent Study 1 BMEGEVGAG06 4 0/0/4 p
Optional subject: 4
Heating (4 credits) OR BMEGEPAG61 3/1/0 e
Manager Communication
BMEGT63A081 0/2/0 p
(2 credits) AND
Crosscultural Communication
BMEGT63A091 0/2/0 p
(2 credits)
Total credits: 29
7th Semester, Fall
Fluid Flow Systems BMEGEVGAG07 3 2/1/0 p
Energy Processes and Equipm. BMEGEENAG71 5 3/0/2 p
Volumetric Pumps and
BMEGEVGAG04 2 1/1/0 p
Compressors
Measurement for Chemical
BMEGEVAG04 3 0/1/2 p
and Environment Proc.
Final Project BMEGEXXA4SD 15 0/10/0 p
Optional subject: 4
Air-Conditioning (4 credits) BMEGEPAG62 2/2/0 e
Total credits: 32
The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering offers additional and optional courses (30 credits - upgrade to 240) on BSc level to its students - who
completed 210 credits - to take.
Optional subjects
Modeling of Processes and
BMEGEEAG01 3 1/1/0 p
Equipment
Laboratory BMEGEEAG00 5 0/0/4 p
Independent Study 2 BMEGEVGAIP2 8 0/0/8 p
Heating BMEGEPAG61 4 3/1/0 e
Manager Communication BMEGT63A081 2 0/2/0 p
Crosscultural Communication BMEGT63A091 2 0/2/0 p
English for Engineers BMEGT63A051 2 0/4/0 p
Analytical Mechanics BMEGEMMMW01 4 3/0/0 e
Advanced Fluid Mechanics BMEGETMW01 4 3/0/0 e
Advanced Thermodynamics BMEGEENMWAT 4 2/1/0 e
Power Electronics BMEVIAUA017 4 2/1/1 p
Motion Control BMEVIAUA016 3 2/0/1 p
XX in the Final Project code varies from department to department e - exam, p - practical mark, ge - global exam
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Curriculum of BSc Subjects


Engineering Design and Technology Specialization
Subject lectures/practical lectures/laboratory

Name Code Credits 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Requisities


1st semester, Fall
Compulsory English I. BMEGT63A301 2 0/4/0 p
Descriptive Geometry BMETE90AX06 3 1/2/0 e
Introduction to Mechanical
BMEGEVGAG01 4 2/1/1 e
Engineering
Information Systems BMEGERIA31I 4 2/0/2 p
Macro- and Microeconomics BMEGT30A001 4 4/0/0 e
Mathematics A1a - Calculus BMETE90AX00 6 4/2/0 e
Technical Chemistry BMEVEKTAGE1 3 2/0/1 p
Statics BMEGEMMAGM1 3 1/1/0 p
Total credits: 29
2nd Semester, Spring
Compulsory English II. BMEGT63A302 2 0/4/0 p
Materials Science and Testing BMEGEMTAGK1 6 4/0/1 e
Fundamentals of CAD BMEGEGEA3CD 4 1/0/2 p
Physics A2 BMETE15AX02 2 2/0/0 e
Fundamentals of Machine
BMEGEGEAGM1 4 2/2/0 p
Design
Mathematics A2a - Vector
BMETE90AX02 6 4/2/0 e
Functions
Software Engineering BMEGERIA32P 2 0/2/0 p
Strength of Materials BMEGEMMAGM2 5 2/2/0 e
Total credits: 31
3rd Semester, Fall
Dynamics BMEGEMMAGM3 5 2/2/0 e
Materials Engineering BMEGEMTAGK2 4 3/0/1 e
Physics A3 BMETE15AX03 2 2/0/0 e
Machine Elements 1. BMEGEGEAGG1 5 2/1/1 e
Environmental Management
BMEGT42A003 3 3/0/0 p
Systems
Mathematics A3
BMETE90AX10 4 2/2/0 p
for Mechanical Engineers
Mathematics Global Exam BMETE90AX23 ge
Analysis of Technical and
BMEGEVGAG14 3 2/1/0 p
Economical Data
Measurement Technology BMEGEMIAMG1 3 2/0/1 p
Total credits: 29
4th Semester, Spring
Basics of Electrical Engineering BMEVIAUA007 3 2/0/1 p
Machine Elements 2. BMEGEGEAGG2 6 3/1/1 e
Manufacturing BMEGEGTAG01 5 2/0/3 e
Control Engineering BMEGEMIAGE1 4 2/2/0 e
Engineering Thermodynamics BMEGEENAETD 3 2/1/0 p
Polymer Materials Science and
BMEGEPTAG0P 6 3/0/2 e
Engineering
Vibrations BMEGEMMAGM4 3 2/1/0 p
Mechanics Global Exam BMEGEMMAGM0 ge
Total credits: 30
5th Semester, Fall
Electromechanics BMEVIAUA008 4 2/1/1 e
Fluid Mechanics BMEGETAG11 5 2/2/1 p
Heat Transfer BMEGEENAEHK 4 2/2/0 e
Injection Molding BMEGEPTAGE2 3 1/0/1 p

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Subject lectures/practical lectures/laboratory

Name Code Credits 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Requisities


Fundamentals of FEM BMEGEMMAGM5 3 1/1/1 p
Manufacturing Processes BMEGEGTAG91 4 2/0/1 e
Metal Forming BMEGEMTAGE1 4 2/0/1
Business Law BMEGT55A001 2 2/0/0 p
Optional subject: 2
Marketing (2 credits) OR BMEGT20A002 2/0/0 p
Communication Skills 2
BMEGT63A061 0/2/0 p
- English (2 credits)
Total credits: 31
6th Semester, Spring
Novel Engineering Materials BMEGEMTAGE3 3 2/0/0 p
Fluid Machinery BMEGEVGAG02 4 2/1/1 e
Heat Engines BMEGEENAEGK 4 2/1/1 e
Machine Design BMEGEGEAGMD 4 2/1/0 e
Machine Tools and
BMEGEGTAG92 3 2/0/0 p
Manufacturing Systems
Composites Technology BMEGEPTAGE1 4 2/0/1 e
Project Work BMEGEGEAGPW 3 0/1/2 p
Optional subject: 4
Heating (4 credits) OR BMEGEPAG61 3/1/0 e
Manager Communication
BMEGT63A081 0/2/0 p
(2 credits) AND
Crosscultural Communication
BMEGT63A091 0/2/0 p
(2 credits)
Total credits: 29
7th Semester, Fall
CAD Systems BMEGEGEAGCS 3 1/0/2 p
Non-Destructive Testing
BMEGEMTAGE2 3 2/0/0 e
of Materials
CAD/CAM Applications BMEGEGTAG93 3 1/0/2 p
Polymer Processing BMEGEPTAGE3 3 1/0/1 p
Final Project BMEGEXXA4SD 15 0/10/0 p
Optional subject: 4
Air-Conditioning (4 credits) BMEGEPAG62 2/2/0 e
Total credits: 31

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering offers additional and optional courses (30 credits - upgrade to 240) on BSc level to its students - who
completed 210 credits - to take.

Optional subjects
Modeling of Processes and
BMEGEEAG01 3 1/1/0 p
Equipment
Laboratory BMEGEEAG00 5 0/0/4 p
Independent Study 2 BMEGEVGAIP2 8 0/0/8 p
Heating BMEGEPAG61 4 3/1/0 e
Manager Communication BMEGT63A081 2 0/2/0 p
Crosscultural Communication BMEGT63A091 2 0/2/0 p
English for Engineers BMEGT63A051 2 0/4/0 p
Analytical Mechanics BMEGEMMMW01 4 3/0/0 e
Advanced Fluid Mechanics BMEGETMW01 4 3/0/0 e
Advanced Thermodynamics BMEGEENMWAT 4 2/1/0 e
Power Electronics BMEVIAUA017 4 2/1/1 p
Motion Control BMEVIAUA016 3 2/0/1 p

XX in the Final Project code varies from department to department e - exam, p - practical mark, ge - global exam

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Description of B.Sc. Subjects Mathematics A1a - Calculus


BMETE90AX00
Compulsory English I and II. Algebra of vectors in plane and in space. Arithmetic of
BMEGT63A301, BMEGT63A302 complex numbers. Infinite sequences. Limit of a function,
some important limits. Continuity. Differentiation: rules,
The courses are designed to enable students to communi- derivatives of elementary functions. Mean value theorems,
cate fluently and effectively in study environment. Recep- lHospitals rule, Taylor theorem. Curve sketchig for a func-
tive, productive and interactive activities and strategies are tion, local and absolute extrema. Integration: properties of
included in the curricula. By the end of the 2nd semester the Riemann integral, Newton-Leibniz theorem, antideriva-
the overall language ability of the students is on level B2 (by tives, integration by parts, integration by substitution. Inte-
the Common European Framework of Reference). 4 hours/2 gration in special classes of functions. Improper integrals.
credits. Applications of the integral. 6 hours/6 credits.

Descriptive Geometry Technical Chemistry


BMETE90AX06 BMEVEKTAGE1
Mutual positions of spatial elements. Orthogonal projec- Thermodynamics of chemical reactions. Reaction kinet-
tions in Monges representation, auxiliary projections. Inter- ics and catalysis. Chemical equlibriums. Electrochemistry,
section of polygons and polyhedra. True measurements of galvanic cells, eletrochemical corrosion. Principles of com-
segments and angles. Perpandicular lines and planes. Pro- bustion. Coal types and coal combustion. Petroleum and
jection of the circle. Representation of rotational surfaces petroleum refining. Petroleum products. Automotive fuels.
and their intersections with a plane. Axonometric view. Lubrication and lubricants. Water for industrial use. Envi-
Construction of the helix. 3 hours/3 credits. ronmental protection in chemical engineering. Laboratory
practices. 3 hours/3 credits.
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
BMEGEVGAG01 Statics
Some definitions for machines. Basic and derived quanti- BMEGEMMAGM1
ties. Transmission of mechanical work. Losses and effi- Force, moment, force-couple. Fixed vector systems. Reduc-
ciency. Uniformly accelerated motion of machines. Motion tion of a force system. Equilibrium equations. Rigid body.
graphs. Absolute and gauge pressure. Bernoullis equation. Centroid. Plane constraints. Trusses. Method of joints and
Venturi meter. Linear and rotational analogues. Thermal method of section. Combined plane structures. Principle
energy. The specific heat capacity and latent heat. Introduc- of superposition. Stress resultants. Stress resultant diagrams
tion into error estimation. Balance machines. Orifice and and functions. Coulomb-friction. Belt friction. Rolling resis-
volume meter tank. Measuring pressure and moment of in- tance. 2 hours/3 credits.
ertia. 4 hours/4 credits.
Materials Science and Testing
Information Systems
BMEGEMTAGK1
BMEGERIA31I
Atomic structure and inter-atomic bonding. The structure of
Introduction to informatics. Computer structures. Operat- crystalline solids. Crystallography. Imperfections in solids.
ing systems. Computer networks - Internet. Theoretical and Mechanical properties of metals. Diffusion. Phase diagrams.
practical data structures. Algorithms. Computer programs, Phase transformation in metals. Recrystallization, precipita-
program design, programming methods, program structures. tion hardening, strain hardening, solid solution hardening.
Programming languages: basics, data types, variables, pro- Failure mechanism, fatigue, creep fracture. Basics of frac-
gramming structures. Programming languages: subroutines ture mechanics. Failure case studies. 5 hours/6 credits.
and modules. Data bases: Relational data bases, normal-
ized database design. Data bases: the SQL language. Basics Fundamentals of CAD
and algorithms of computer graphics. 4 hours/4 credits.
BMEGEGEA3CD
Macro- and Microeconomics Definitons of CAD, CAM and CAE. Sequential engieneering.
BMEGT30A001 Concurrent Engineering. Integration of CAD, CAM and CAE
through database. The concurrent engineering process. The
Introduction to macroeconomics. Output and aggregata product model formed from aspect models. Product data
demand. Fiscal policy and foreign trade. Money and bank- management (PDM) systems. Component of CAD/CAM/
ing. Interest rates and monetary transmission. Monetary and CAE systems. Hardware configurations for CAD/CAM/CAE
fiscal policy. Aggregate supply, prices and adjustment to systems. Computer graphics. Typical graphics operations.
shocks. Inflation, expectations, and credibility. Unemploy- Geometric modeling. Feature based modeling. Parametric
ment. Exchange rates and the balance of payments. Eco- modeling. CAD/CAM databases. 3 hours/4 credits.
nomic growth. Economics and the economy. Tools of eco-
nomic analysis. Demand, supply and the market. Elasticities Physics A2
of demand and supply. Consumer choice and demand deci-
BMETE15AX02
sions. Introducing supply decisions. Costs and supply. Per-
fect competition and pure monopoly. Market structure and Properties of electric charges. Insulators and conductors.
imperfect competition. The labor market. Factor markets Coulombs law. The electric field. Superposition. Electric
and income distribution. 4 hours/4 credits. field lines of forces. The electric flux. Gausss law. Ex-
amples: the electric field of some specific charge distribu-
tions. The elec- tric field inside and outside of conducting
materials. Work and the electric potential. Capacitance
and dielectrics. The electric current in various media. Mi-

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croscopic interpretation of current density and resistivity. Strength of Materials
Classical and differential Ohms law. Resistance and energy
BMEGEMMAGM2
dissipation. Resistance and temperature. Low temperature
behavior of conductors. Footprints of quantum mechanics: Stress state and strain state in linear elastic bodies. Simple
residual resistivity, superconductors, semiconductors. Bat- tension and compression. Simple Hookes law. Area mo-
teries, electromotive force, internal resistance. Magnetic ments of inertia. Bending. Torsion. Combine loads: tension
fields. The Lorentz law. Sources of magnetic fields. The and bending, shear and bending. Bending of curved plane
non-existence of magnetic monopoles. The Biot-Savart law. beams. Principal stresses and strains. Mohrs circles. Eigen-
Amperes law. Examples: the magnetic field of some spe- values and eigenvectors of the stress tensor. Dimensioning
cific current distributions. Forces acting on current carrying for combined loads. Mohr- and von Mises-type equivalent
conductors. Torque, magnetic moment, spin. Electric motor. stresses. Calculation of deflection and slope of beams. Work
The microscopic structure of ferromagnets. Faradays law theorems of elasticity (Betti, Castigliano). Eulers theory of
of induction. Generators, transformers. Inductance, self- slender beams. Statically indeterminate structures and
inductance. Energy stored in magnetic fields. Displacement frames. Thin pressure vessels, - theory of membranes. 4
current, generalized Amperes law. Maxwells equations of hours/5 credits.
the electromagnetic field. Electromagnetic waves. Proper-
ties of radio, infrared, visible, ultraviolet, X-ray and gamma Dynamics
radiation. 2 hours/2 credits. BMEGEMMAGM3
Kinematics and kinetics of a particle. Constrained motion.
Fundamentals of Machine Design Dynamics of a set of particles. Plane kinematics of rigid
BMEGEGEAGM1 bodies. Motion of a wheel of a vehicle. Relative kinemat-
Projections. The orthographic drawing and sketching. Ar- ics. Plane kinetics of rigid bodies. Mass moments of inertia.
rangement of views. Auxiliary and sectional views. Dimen- Work and power theorems. Kinetic energy. General plane
sions, notes, limits and accuracy. Representations of thread- motion. Rotation about a fixed axis. Static and dynamic bal-
ed parts and threaded fasteners, gears, splines, and keys. ancing. Gyroscopic motion. 4 hours/5 credits.
Drawing for engineering design and construction (detail,
assembly and other drawings). Detail drawings of simple Materials Engineering
machine elements (stuffing box cover; clevis pin). Assem- BMEGEMTAGK2
bly drawing and partial assembly of the elements mounted
Production technologies of materials. Connection between
on shafts (belt pulley assembly; shaft with bearings; stuffing
the structure and properties of materials. Iron and steel mak-
box assembly). Set of working drawings of a valve (mak-
ing technologies. Basics of plastic deformation and tech-
ing sketches by freehand; pencilling of detail and assembly
nologies. Hot working, semi-hot working. Effects of alloying
drawings). 4 hours/4 credits.
elements on steels. Classification of steels. Welding pro-
cesses. Casting and moulding processes for ferrous alloys.
Mathematics A2a -Vector Functions Ceramics and metal matrix composites. Materials selection.
BMETE90AX02 4 hours/4 credits.
Solving systems of linear equations: elementary row opera-
tions, Gauss- Jordan- and Gaussian elimination. Homoge- Physics A3
neous systems of linear equations. Arithmetic and rank of BMETE15AX03
matrices. Determinant: geometric interpretation, expansion
Statistical thermodynamics. The kinetic theory of gases.
of determinants. Cramers rule, interpolation, Vandermonde
Pressure, temperature, etc. Statistical physics. Probabilities.
determinant. Linear space, subspace, generating system,
Statistical description of many-body systems. Specification
basis, orthogonal and orthonormal basis. Linear maps,
of the states of a system. Ideal gases. Maxwell velocity distri-
linear transformations and their matrices. Kernel, image,
bution. Boltzmann distribution. Statistical temperature. En-
dimension theorem. Linear transformations and systems
tropy. The stretched string in classical mechanics. Boundary
of linear equations. Eigenvalues, eigenvectors, similarity,
conditions: traveling and standing waves. Atomic physics.
diagonalizability. Infinite series: convergence, divergence,
Blackbody radiation. Photoelectric effect. Compton Scat-
absolute convergence. Sequences and series of functions,
tering. Spectral lines of atoms. Franck-Hertz experiment.
convergence criteria, power series, Taylor series. Fourier
Bohrs model of hydrogen. Schrdinger equation. Paulis
series: expansion, odd and even functions. Functions in
exclusion principle. Exact solutions for the harmonic oscil-
several variables: continuity, differential and integral calcu-
lator and the hydrogen atom. Few applications to molecular
lus, partial derivatives, Youngs theorem. Local and global
and solid-state physics. 2 hours/2 credits.
maxima/ minima. Vector-vector functions, their derivatives,
Jacobi matrix. Integrals: area and volume integral. 6 hours/6
Machine Elements 1
credits.
BMEGEGEAGG1
Software Engineering Design principles, loading cases, critical conditions, safety
BMEGERIA32P factor. Joints. Classification. Bolted joints. Threaded fasten-
ers. Applications. Thread profiles. Bolt selections. Torque
Modern programming methods. Object-oriented program-
calculation. Bolt tightening. Power screws. Riveted joint.
ming. Usage of components. Working with rapid applica-
Elastic cushion (spring) model. Welded joint. Types, loading.
tion development environments. Structure of Windows
Stress calculation. Shaft and hub joints. Torque transmission
applications. Components of Windows programs, elements
joints (key, flat key, spline). Interference fit. Transmittable
of supporting program languages, data types, conversions,
torque. Cylindrical and taper joints. Elements of pipe net-
structures, parameter passing. Event-based multitasking
works. Pipe fittings. Pressure vessels. Standard and optimal
strategies. Computer graphics. File management. Databas-
design. Gaskets and Seals. High pressure, temperature and
es. 2 hours/2 credits.
speed applications. Springs. Steel and rubber springs. Func-
tional and stress design. Shafts and rotors. Stress analysis
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of shafts and rotors for static combined loads. Fatigue and Machine Elements 2
life of members. Dimensioning on strength at harmonically
BMEGEGEAGG2
varying loads. 4 hours/5 credits.
Fundamentals of tribology. Friction, wear and lubrication.
Environmental Management Systems Bearings. Sliding (plain) bearings. Designing hydrodynamic
and hydrostatic bearings. Rolling bearings, dimensioning
BMEGT42A003
for life and static loading. Couplings and clutches. Indirect
The course covers the topics relevant to the protection of drives. Friction and belt drives. Chain drives. Gear drives,
environmental compartments, environmental pressures and geometry and strength. Drives for big gearing ratio: worm
pollution in a global context. Introduces the concepts, in- gea-, planetary gear-, harmonic gear- and cycloid gear
dicators and tools of environmental protection (air, water, drives. 5 hours/6 credits.
noise and soil protection and waste management. Envi-
ronmental management systems (EMS) at enterprises and Manufacturing
other organizations. EMS topics include the assessment of
BMEGEGTAG01
environmental aspects and impacts, environmental audit,
reporting, environmental performance evaluation, life cycle The basic model of the machining system (WFMTC system),
assessment and related international standards. 3 hours/3 introduction to the part modeling, to the fixturing the parts,
credits. to the machine tools and robotics, to the cutting tools and
to the controlling of the machine tools. Mechanics of cut-
Mathematics A3 for Mechanical Engineers ting, geometry of the cutting edge, chip breaking, stability
of cutting. Tool wear and tool life. Tool materials and cutting
BMETE90AX10
fluids. Fundamentals of the measuring techiques and qual-
Classification of differential equations. Separable ordinary ity control. The main measuring devices. Fundamentals of
differential equations, linear equations with constant and metal cutting machine tools kinematics. Manually operat-
variable coefficients, systems of linear differential equations ed, cam controlled and computer controlled machine tools.
with constant coefficients. Some applications of ODEs. Sca- Basic types of machine tools. Flexible manufacturing cells
lar and vector fields. Line and surface integrals. Divergence and systems. Manufacturing process planning. Computer-
and curl, theorems of Gauss and Stokes, Green formulae. Aided Manufacturing. 5 hours/5 credits.
Conservative vector fields, potentials. Some applications
of vector analysis. Software applications for solving some Fluid Mechanics
elementary problems. 4 hours/4 credits.
BMEGETAG11
Analysis of Technical and Economical Data Theory and practical applications in the following top-
ics: Newtons law of viscosity. Gas, steam, liquid. Cavita-
BMEGEVGAG14
tion, cavitation erosion. Comparison of gases and liquids.
Introduction. Data acquisition by sampling. Quality and Lagrangian and Eulerian description of fluid motion. Path-
reliability. Obtaining data from experiments, basic con- line, streakline, streamline, stream surface, stream tube.
cepts of measurement methods. Measurement errors. Point Steady, unsteady, quasi-steady flow. Continuity. Free vor-
estimation and statistical intervals. Statistical measurement tex. Dynamics. Euler equation. Bernoulli equation. Static,
theory. Correlation and regression analysis, regression mod- dynamic, total pressure and their measurement. Pitot probe,
els. Testing statistical hypotheses. Introduction to the tech- Prandtl probe. Volume flow rate measurements using con-
niques of variance analysis. Applications and examples. 3 traction elements and deduced from velocity measurement.
hours/3 credits. Comparison. Unsteady Bernoulli equation. Radial fan, Euler
equation for turbomachines. Linear momentum equation,
Measurement Technology applications. Viscous fluids. Non-Newtonian fluids, rheol-
BMEGEMIAMG1 ogy. Navier-Stokes equation. Similarity of flows. Hydrau-
lics. Bernoulli equation extended to hydraulic losses. Pipe
The measurement of geometric quantities of mechanical
friction loss. BC, outlet, diffuser, bend, elbow, valve, inlet.
engineering. Statistical analysis and data acquisition of
Description of turbulent flows. Boundary layers and their
the measured values. Systematization of errors, according
effects. Fluid mechanical forces acting on bodies. Gas dy-
to their origin, character and form. Measurement meth-
namics. Energy equation. Bernoulli equation for compress-
ods. Electronic measurement of typical time- depending
ible fluids. Sound speed for gases and solids. Discharge of
non-electric quantities of mechanical engineering and of
an air reservoir through a simple circular orifice, at various
mechatronics. Structure of the measurement chain, sensor
pressure ratios. Flow in a Laval nozzle. 5 hours/5 credits.
and transducer types, the role of intermediate quantities.
Dynamical errors, frequency transfer characteristics. Classi-
fication and Fourier analysis of signals. Digital measurement
Engineering Thermodynamics
systems for length and angle. Basics of digital measurement BMEGEENAETD
of signals, digitization methods and sampling theorem. 3 Basic concepts. Work, heat, entropy, specific heats. Zeroth
hours/3 credits. Law of Thermodynamics. Temperature scales. Properties
of pure substances. First Law of Thermodynamics, inter-
Basics of Electrical Engineering nal energy and enthalpy, closed and open systems. Simple
BMEVIAUA007 processes with ideal gas. Gas power cycles: heat engines,
refrigerators, heat pumps. Second Law of Thermodynam-
Basics of stationary and time-varying electric and magnetic
ics, exergy, losses due to irreversibility. Liquids and vapors.
fields and their engineering applications. DC and single-
Equations of state. Two-phase systems. Basic cycles of pow-
phase AC circuit with lumped parameters. Complex quan-
er generation. Mixtures of gases, atmospheric (moisten) air.
tities, and phasor diagram. Active, reactive and apparent
3 hours/3 credits.
powers. Modeling electromechanical systems. Basic electri-
cal instruments and measurements. 3 hours/3 credits.

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Polymer Materials Science and Engineering Diffusion Processes
BMEGEPTAG0P BMEGEVAG02
The main goal of the Materials Science and Engineering is Introduction to mass transfer. Phenomenological theory of
to introduce the students to the polymers as structural mate- molecular diffusion. Turbulent diffusion, mass transfer in
rials with emphasis on their differences from traditional en- turbulent flow. Analogies between mass, heat and momen-
gineering materials. The role of polymers in the engineering tum transfer. Two-film (Lewis-Whitman) theory. Principles
materials. Classification of polymers, thermoplastics and of mass transfer in packed and tray columns. Industrial ap-
thermosets, Crystal structure and morphology. Mechanical, plications of diffusion. Methods, calculation and equipment
dynamic mechanical and thermo-mechanical behaviour of of distillation. 2 hours/2 credits.
polymers. Melt-rheology of thermoplastics. Polymer melts
as non-Newtonian viscous liquids. Flow of polymer melts Measurement at Energy and Environmental
in tubes and rectangular ducts. Extrusion of thermoplastics. Protection
Manufacturing of polymer sheets on calanders. Polymer
processing technologies of complex 3D parts and products. BMEGEENAG51
Main parts and function of reciprocating screw-injection The role of measurements in maintaining and controlling
moulding machines. Thermoforming. Processing technolo- the energy conversion processes. Hardware and software
gies of thermosets. Rubber technology. Processing tech- tools of the control and measurement systems. Laboratory
nologies of high strength, reinforced polymer composites. tests of different engines and equipments. Simultaneous de-
5 hours/6 credits. termination of system variables (flow rates, pressures, tem-
peratures, etc.). Methods of determination of performance,
Vibrations efficiency, exhaust gas composition. 3 hours/3 credits.
BMEGEMMAGM4
Measurement Technique of Processes
Impact. Single degree-of-freedom vibrating systems. Free,
undamped vibrations. Pendula. Damped vibrations (dry BMEGEVGAG03
friction, viscous damping). Forced vibrations, isolation of Physical quantities of processes and their measurements,
vibrations. Several degrees-of-freedom systems. Langrange- indirect measurements and errors. Noise as stochastic
equation of the second kind. Natural frequencies and vi- process variable. Density and distribution function, cross-
bration modes. Energy and numerical methods (Rayleigh- correlation and autocorrelation. Fourier-transformation in
Stodola, Dunkerley). 3 hours/3 credits. data processing, spectrum, detection periodic signals and
noise. Measurement of time-dependent quantities, digital
Electromechanics sampling. Data acquisition and data processing. Measure-
BMEVIAUA008 ments of characheristics of machines. Statistical hypothesis
tests. 2 hours/2 credits.
Multiphase circuits. Single and three-phase transformers.
Rotating magnetic field. Induction machines and drives. Fundamentals of FEM
Synchronous machines, drives and electric energy produc-
tion. DC machines and drives. Transients in DC and AC BMEGEMMAGM5
circuits. Electric utility network. Electric safety. 4 hours/4 Short history of the finite element method. The principle of
credits. the total potential energy minimum. Ritzs method for slen-
der beams, matrix formulation. Basic algebraic operations
Control Engineering in Maple. The basics of the finite element discretization,
BMEGEMIAGEI element types. Detailed description of the TRUSS2D and
BEAM2D elements. Local-global coordinate transforma-
Methods of system analysis. Modeling and analysis of lin- tions. Lagrangian and Hermitian interpolation functions.
ear systems. Non-linear systems, linearization methods, Derivation of element and structural stiffness matrices, load
soft computing approaches. Stability analysis. Synthesis of vectors. Modeling examples: beams and frames, symmetric
systems. Simulation as the tool for operating mathematical structures. Solution of the finite element equations. Longi-
models. Simulation methods and software for engineering tudinal, torsional and bending vibration of slender beams.
applications. Control and its classification (open-loop and Finite element analysis of vibration problems, frequency
feedback control). Linear feedback control systems. Com- and mode shape analysis. Eigenvalue problems in Maple.
pensation methods: serial compensation, compensation Critical angular velocities of rotating shafts with disks. Plane
with feedback, multi-loop control systems. Optimal control. elasticity, linear triangle element, stiffness matrix, load vec-
4 hours/4 crecits. tor, modeling example. Solution of FE problems in Maple.
Laboratory practices using ANSYS and COSMOS/M. 3
Heat Transfer hours/3 credits.
BMEGEENAEHK
Basic forms of heat transfer. Fundamental equations. Gen- Management and Business Economics
eral differential equation of heat conduction. Steady state BMEGT20A001
and transient conduction. Thermal resistance. Extended This course introduces the essentials of management as they
surfaces, fin performance. Continuously operating heat apply within the contemporary work environment and gives
sources. Numerical methods. Convection; concepts and a conceptual understanding of the role of management in
basic relations, boundary layers, similarity concept. Free the decision making process. Particular attention is paid
convection, forced convection, boiling and condensation. to management theories, corporate finance, leadership,
Empirical formulas. Dimensioning of heat exchangers, ef- teamwork, quality management, management of technol-
ficiency. Radiation heat transfer. 4 hours/4 credits. ogy, economics calculation and operations management.
For problem formulation both the managerial interpretation
and the mathematical techniques are applied. 4 hours/4
credits.
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BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS
Business Law Fluid Machinery
BMEGT55A001 BMEGEVGAG02
The problems of the area will be treated in two major parts. Euler equation, specific work, head, performance character-
Part One introduces students to the general topics, for ex- istics of axial and centrifugal machines. Losses, efficiencies.
ample the concept of law, the functions of the law in the Non-dimensional parameters, scaling laws, specific speed.
socioeconomic life. Some basic legal problems, like the Cavitation, NPSH. Operation (parallel, serial) and control of
conception, characteristics and functions of the modern turbomachines. Thrust loads (axial, radial). Axial fan, axial
state and, in a comparative view, the characteristics of the compressor stage. 4 hours/4 credits.
Anglo-Saxon and continental systems of business law and
the development of the Hungarian business law will be also Heat Engines
discussed. The emphasis of Part Two is on the questions BMEGEENAEGK
of company law and competition law presented in a Euro-
pean context. The lec- tures of this part outline not only the Fuels, fuel technology. Different type of boiler construc-
regulations of the Hungarian Company Act and Company tions. Circulation in boilers. Steam and gasturbine cycles.
Registry Act but they cover EU directives and regulations on Theoretical and real cycles. Impulse and reaction stages.
companies and competition as well. 2 hours/2 credits. Radial and axial turbines. IC engines. Otto/Diesel engines,
crank mechanism, valve arrangement and constructions.
Marketing Fuel systems of IC engines. Refrigerators and heat pumps.
Mechanical construction, dimensioning. Control and op-
BMEGT201A002 eration. Environmental aspects. 4 hours/4 credits.
Basic Marketing Expressions. Strategic Marketing Planning.
Marketing Information System and Marketing Research. Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flows
Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning. Consumer BMEGETAG06
Behavior. Business-to-business Marketing. Product Strategy.
Pricing Strategy. Distribution Strategy. Marketing Communi- Overview of numerical methods used in fluid mechanics.
cation. 2 hours/2 credits. Conservation form of transport equations. Fundamental
concept of finite volume method. Numerical approximation
Communication Skills - English of fluxes, upwinding methods. Solution of pressure-velocity
coupling in the case of incompressible flows. Solution meth-
BMEGT63A061 ods for Poisson equation. Turbulent models: Reynolds aver-
It is designed to meet the language needs of students in aca- aged approximation, zero-, one- and two-equation models.
demic and professional fields. Special emphasis is on the Boundary layers, boundary conditions of turbulent models.
language of meetings and discussions, oral presentation and Direct solution of Navie-Stokes equation and Large Eddy
summary writing. 2 hours/2 credits. Simulation. Compressible flow models. One-dimensional,
time dependent flow pipe systems. Errors and uncertainties
Technical Acoustics and Noise Control in numerical models. 2 hours/2 credits.
BMEGETAG15
Processes and Equipment of Chemical Industry
Concept of acoustics, classification of the subject. The con-
cept of sound, two-fold nature of sound. Linear acoustic BMEGEVAG03
model, and speed of sound. Homogeneous wave equation, Theory of liquid mixing. Mixers for low- or medium-viscos-
general solution, solutions in bounded space. Harmonic ity liquids. Separation of gas-solid and liquid-solid systems.
waves, trigonometric and complex representation. Model Settling in gravity and centrifugal field. Theory of filtration,
testing and similitude, Helmholtz-number. Standing wave filters. Theory and practice of heat transfer. Heat exchangers
and beat. Helmholtz-resonator. Harmonic analysis, sound and evaporators. Heat and mass transfer in drying process-
spectra, octave band. Energetical relations of acoustic es. Drying rate and time. Belt, kiln and spray driers. Theory
waves. Kinetic and potential energy density, sound inten- of absorption, method of transfer unit. Packed and tray col-
sity, sound power, RMS value and levels. Calculation with umns. 5 hours/5 credits.
levels. Transmission loss, insertion loss, noise reduction.
Impedances. Spherical waves, sound sources, monopole, Air Pollution, Wastewater and Solid Wastes
dipole and quadrupole radiators. Far field approximation Management
of point and line sources in free field, sound propagation
in the atmosphere. Attenuation of sound waves. Normal BMEGETAG04
transmission from one medium to another, and transmis- Gaseous and particulate air pollutants. Source control of
sion of obliquely incident sound waves. Transmission loss emissions. Waste gas treatment techniques for volatile or-
of one-layer wall. Sound propagation in duct and higher ganic compounds and inorganic compounds, for gaseous
order modes. The energetical model of closed sound space. pollutants in combustion exhaust gases and for particulate
Direct and reverberant sound fields. Room constant. The matter. Wastewater characteristics, pre-treatment. Primary
subject of noise control. Physiological effects of noise. Sub- separation or clarification wastewater treatment techniques.
jective measurement units, phon, dB(A), equivalent sound Physicalchemical water treatment techniques. Biological
pressure level. The general methodology of noise control. treatment techniques for biodegradable waste water. Waste-
Sound waves generated by mechanical, fluid mechanical water sludge treatment techniques, sludge disposal. Types,
and thermal processes and their reduction. Noise control sources, properties, quantities, and qualities of solid wastes.
in free and in bounded space. Personal noise protection. On-site handling, storage and processing of solid wastes.
Acoustic measurements, microphones, analysers, calibra- Collection, transfer and transport of solid wastes. Solid
tors, anechoic and reverberating chambers. 3 hours/3 cred- wastes processing techniques. Biological, chemical and
its. energetic resource recovery processes. Ultimate disposal.
3 hours/3 credits.

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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BSC DEGREE
Independent Study 1 Measurement for Chemical and Environmen-
BMEGEVGAG06 tal Processes
One-semester long individual project work. 4 hours/4 credits. BMEGEVAG04
Introduction to instrumentation and measurement systems.
Heating Process instrumentation, measurement methods, instru-
BMEGEPAG61 ments and techniques of various physical quantities. On-
Practical heat transfer calculations for buildings. Heat load line measurement with modular multi-parameter measuring
calculations. Energy performance of buildings. Calculation system. Laboratory exercises for monitoring of waste water
of energy consumption. Human thermal comfort, energy and air pollutants. Receive practical hands on experience
balance. Elements and structure of typical heating systems. in the laboratory using dryer, filter and heater equipment.
Basic system design. Hydraulic sizing and balancing of pipe 3 hours/3 credits.
systems. Low temperature heating systems. Condensing
boilers. Application of renewable energy. 4 hours/4 credits. Final Project
BMEGEXXA4SD
Manager Communication One-semester long individual project work. 10 hours/15 cred-
BMEGT63A081 its. * XX in the code varies from department to department.
It is designed to establish and update basic language skills,
and competences required by acting in management fields. Air-Conditioning
2 hours/2credits BMEGEPAG62
Basis for ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality.
Crosscultural Communication Heating and cooling load calculations. Calculation of sup-
BMEGT63A091 ply airflow rate for ventilated rooms, pollution and energy
It is designed to make students aware of cultural differences, balance. Layout of air conditioning systems. Air movement
develop their intercultural competencies. Special emphasis in rooms, air distribution systems. Elements and processes
is on verbal and non-verbal communication, language di- of air handling systems. Filtration of air, filters. Treatments
versity, and socio-cultural factors. 2 hours/2 credits. of air, equipment of heating, cooling, heat recovery and
humidification. Hydraulic sizing of airduct system. Psy-
Fluid Flow Systems chrometric charts. Process and flow diagrams of several air-
conditioning systems. 4 hours/4 credits
BMEGEVGAG07 Additional and optional courses on BSc level Pre-requisites:
Operation of pumps and fans in systems. Selection of the BSc final exam (diploma)
proper turbomachine considering safety, cavitation free
operation and efficiency of controlling the turbomachine. Optional Subjects (upgrade to ECTS 240)
Stability of operation of fans and compressors in systems
containing large air volumes - an investigation based on a Modeling of Processes and Equipment
simple linear theory of stability. Computation of the flow
rate and pressure distribution in looped pipe networks. BMEGEEAG01
Flow in open channels. Optimisation of the operation of Generalized two- and three-phase stage model. Types of
water distribution systems containing pumps and reservoirs equations describing the operation of equipment. Number
for minimum electricity cost. Basics of hydraulic transients. of degrees of freedom. Design and modeling algorithms.Va-
3 hours/3 credits. porliquid and liquid-liquid equilibrium calculations. Simu-
lation of countercurrent separation processes (distillation,
Energy Processes and Equipments absorption, stripping, extraction, extractive distillation) with
BMEGEENAG71 a professional flow sheet simulator. 2 hours/3 credits.

Energy demands and sources. Basic processes of energy con- Laboratory


version: fossil, renewable, and nuclear sources. Steamand
gasturbine, IC engines, fuel-cells, solar collectors, heat BMEGEEAG00
exchangers, storage tanks. power stations: gas, steam and Heat and material balance in spray drier. Overall heat trans-
nuclear. Combined heat and power generation. Decentral- fer coefficient in tubular heat exchangers. Adsorption of
ized power generation. Complex energy utilization systems. gases (Breakthrough curve). Absorption in packed columns
Energysave consumer equipments. 5 hours/5 credits. (Mass transfer coefficient, number of transfer units). Air vol-
ume flow rate measurement in an air technology system.
Volumetric Pumps and Compressors The measurement of pressure relations of a ventilator on a
BMEGEVGAG04 Bernoulli bench. Thermal comfort related laboratory mea-
surements. Measurement of combustion parameters and ef-
Positive displacement pumps. Pump characteristic and ficiency of gas boilers. 4 hours/5 credits.
performance. Reciprocating and rotary types. Gear pumps.
Performance of a gear pump. Characheristics. Pressure Independent Study 2
balancing. Bearing forces. Screw pumps. Screw pumps for
delivery of higher viscosities fluid. Roots blower. Delivery, BMEGEVGAIP2
isentropic and adiabatic power. Reciprocating compres- One-semester long individual project work. 8 hours/8 credits
sors. Compression efficiency. Valves. Regulation. Pressure-
volume diagrams for different methods of regulating and
governing compressors. Sliding vanes pump. Characteristic
performance. Capacity and efficiency. Effect of viscosity. 2
hours/2 credits.

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BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS
Heating Advanced Thermodynamics
BMEGEPAG61 BMEGEENMWAT
Practical heat transfer calculations for buildings. Heat load General model structure of thermodynamics. Equation of
calculations. Energy performance of buildings. Calculation state (gases, liquids and solids). Laws of thermodynamics.
of energy consumption. Human thermal comfort, energy System of body and environment, heat, work, reservoirs,
balance. Elements and structure of typical heating systems. extended systems. Irreversible processes, availability, ex-
Basic system design. Hydraulic sizing and balancing of pipe ergy analysis, entropy generation minimization. Multi-
systems. Low temperature heating systems. Condensing componentphase equilibrium. Reaction equilibrium. Basics
boilers. Application of renewable energy. 4 hours/4 credits. of non- equilibrium thermodynamics. Second law. Linear
laws. Onsager reciprocity. Local equilibrium. Heat conduc-
Manager Communication tion, diffusion, cross effects. Rheology. Poynting-Thomson
BMEGT63A081 body. 3 hours/4 credits.
It is designed to establish and update basic language skills, Motion Control
and competences required by acting in management fields.
2 hours/2credits BMEVIAUA016
Classification of electrical machines according to their
Crosscultural Communication operating principles, advantages, disadvantages of each
BMEGT63A091 type, typical areas of application. Requirement of electric
servo drives. Modelling of electric machines, basics of uni-
It is designed to make students aware of cultural differences, fied electric machine theory. The basic equations of the
develop their intercultural competencies. Special emphasis two-phase universal motor. Cylindrical and salience pole
is on verbal and non-verbal communication, language di- machines. Torque production, cylindrical and reluctance
versity, and socio-cultural factors. 2 hours/2 credits. torque. Transformations. Phase and commutator transfor-
mation. The concept of three-phase space vector. Positive,
English for Engineers negative and zero sequence components. Derivation of the
BMEGT63A051 commutator DC motor equations. Control block diagrams.
It is designed to meet the language needs of students in Per-unit model. Dynamic behaviour of the DC machine.
academic and professional fields. Special emphasis is on Issues of basic speed and position control. P, PI, PD, PID
understanding complex technical texts, as well as produc- controllers. The effects of the saturation blocks. The usage
ing clear paragraphs and essays on certain technical topics. of anti-windup structures. Design of the cascade control-
2 hours/2 credits. ler. The current control loop. The disturbing effect of the
induced voltage and its compensation. Setting of the speed
Analytical Mechanics controller, symmetrical optimum method. Position control
loop. Discrete time controller design in DC servo drives.
BMEGEMMMW01
Power supplies of electric drives. Switched-mode convert-
Classification of mechanical systems of assemble of parti- ers. Circuits of one, two and four-quadrant drives. Circuits
cles and rigid bodies. Classifications of constraints, geomet- of braking and regeneration. Converters for three-phase ma-
ric and kinematic constraints. Virtual velocity, virtual power chines. Pulsed-Width-Modulation (PWM) techniques. Bipo-
and general force. Lagrangian equations of the second kind. lar, unipolar modulation. Space vector modulation of three-
Examples. Approximations of the natural frequencies of phase converters. Space vector model of AC machines, the
continua. Longitudinal, torsional and bending vibrations induction machine, permanent magnet synchronous ma-
of beams, standing wave and travelling wave solutions. chines. Field-oriented control of AC machines. Hysteresis
Strings. Vibrations of rotors, critical speed of shafts, Camp- controllers. Current controllers. Direct Torque Control.
bell diagram. 3 hours/4 credits.
Power Electronics
Advanced Fluid Mechanics BMEVIAUA017
BMEGEATMW01
Semiconductor devices, the basic power electronics (PE) cir-
Main objective of the subject is to understand the physical cuits and their application to such an extent that makes the
phenomena occurring in various flow categories of techni- students capable of understanding the principle of operation
cal relevance and to gain practical knowledge in analyz- of PE equipment, carry out their laboratory tests,diagnosing
ing flow phenomena. Detailed thematic description of the faults and solving the task of selection as well as operation.
subject: Overview of the fundaments of fluid mechanics. Topics: 1. Introduction, Definition of PE; 2. Applications of
Vorticity transport equation. Potential flows, solution meth- Power Electronics; 3. DC/DC Converters; 4. Characteristics
ods based on analytical solutions. Percolation, Darcy flow. of Semiconductor Switching Devices; 5. Diodes, Thyristors,
Wells. Boundary layers. Similarity solutions for laminar Application of Thyristors, 6. Controllable Semiconductor
and turbulent boundary layers. Overview of computational Switches: BJT, MOSFET, IGBT, GTO, Emerging Devices;
fluid dynamics (CFD). Turbulence models. Fundaments of 7. Converters: Classification, Configurations, Properties;
gas dynamics. Wave phenomena. Izentropic flow, Prandtl- 8. Output Voltage Regulation Methods, Overview of PWM;
Meyer expansion, moving expansion waves. Normal shock 9. AC Voltage Controllers: On-Off Control, Phase Control,
waves, oblique shock waves, wave reflection. Jets. Open Applications; 10. DC motor types, DC motor drives, Fields
surface flows, channel flows. Pipe networks. Transient flow of Application; 11. Characteristics of the DC motors, Power
in pipelines. Atmospheric flows. 3 hours/4 credits. Supplies for the DC Motor Drives, Transferfunctions, Dynam-
ic analysis; 12. Introduction to Space Vector Theory; 13. AC
Motor Types, Characteristics, AC Motor Drives, Fields of Ap-
plication; 14. Inverters for AC Motor Drives, Voltage Source
Inverters, Current Source Inverters; 15. Control of AC Motor
Drives, Control methods: Field Oriented Control, DTC, V/f

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Engineering Design and Technology by magnetic methods. Magnetooptical phenomenas and
their applications. Special electromagnetic testing meth-
Specialization ods. Barkhausen-noise measurements, method of nonlinear
The below courses make exclusive part of the Engineering harmonics. Eddy current methods. Special eddy-current
Design and Technology Specialization. methods (low frequency, remote field). Acoustic emission
tests. Reliability of nondestructive testing methods. Statisti-
Metal Forming cal evaluation methods. Transmission electron microscope,
electron diffraction. Electron-material interactions, scan-
BMEGEMTAGE1
ning electron microscope. Electron beam microanalysis.
To present different processes in the field of cold, hot and Special microscopic techniques, environmental scanning
sheet metal forming using the base-knowledge about mate- electron microscope (ESEM), electron back scattering dif-
rial structure, mechanics and tribology taking into account fraction (EBSD), electron beam induced current (EBIC).
the deformability of the material and other process param- Confocal laser scanning microscope. Possibilities of digital
eters. Process design is based on the modeling of plastic image processing.
deformation. Tools and equipments for the forming also are Laboratories: liquid penetration crack investigation. Ultra-
presented. sonic testing. Acoustic emission. Magnetic field detectors,
Lecture: Metal-forming process as a system. Dislocation magnetization curve measurement. Magnetooptical effects,
theory of plastic fow. Mechanism of plastic deformation. domain structure investigation. Measurement of magnetic
Cold and hot deformation, recrystallization. Fundamen- Barkhausen-noise, evaluation of spectra. measurement of
tals of technical plasticity: Strain and stresses. Plastic flow nonlinear harmonics. Scanning electron microscopy, ener-
conditions. Hardening materials. Constitutive equations of gy-dispersive spectroscopy. Electron back scattering diffrac-
deformed body. Elements of Tribology. Deformability of tion. (3 credits)
metals at different state parameters (temperature, strain rate,
stress state). Plastic instability and ductile fracture. Measure- Novel Engineering Materials
ments of process parameters.
BMEGEMTAGE3
Base technologies and raw materials of cold forming pro-
cesses: upsetting, heading, forward, backward and radial The structure, properties of novel structural and functional
extrusion. Workability of materials. Die and process design materials used in mechanical and electrical engineering
of technology. applications and their testing methods are discussed. The
Open die forging. Forging operation: edging, piercing, technological processes and their practical aspects are dis-
punching, fullering, swaging. Design of technological cussed. Fundamental concepts of material structures and
processes for the formation of cavities. Closed die forg- the principles of material properties and their relations.
ing operations: billet, heating, preshaping, rough forging, Special attention is paid to materials used in the electron-
finishing, trimming, final product, heat treatment. Forging ics industries including their production and technological
with and without flash. Die materials, required properties. usability.
Effect of forging on microstructure. Fibrous microstructure Basics of crystallography, crystal defects, dimensional ef-
Equipment for forging: Hammers, screw presses, presses fects, nano-, micro-, and macrostructures, multi-component
controlled by stroke, hydraulic presses systems. Thermal behavior, diffusion mechanisms. Phase
Hot and cold extrusion. Die design and die materials. Cross transformations, heat treatments, recrystallization. Mechan-
sections to be extruded. Drawing process. Rode and tube ical properties and their measurements.
drawing operations. Characteristic features of a typical die Types and properties of novel structural and stainless steels.
design for drawing. Die materials and lubrications. Fundamental new concepts in steel development. High en-
Sheet metal forming processes and materials. Anisotropic tropy alloys.
properties of sheet metal.The basic shearing processes. Alloys used in biomedical engineering applications.
Forming by bending. Spring back. Deep drawing. Design Materials deterioration processes such as corrosion, frac-
of technology. ture, fatigue (mechanical, thermal, etc.), creep, migration.
Laboratory: Flow curve and friction factor determination, Microscopy, electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction.
testing of cold forming processes, design of die and forming Conduction properties, conductive, superconductive, re-
technology, modelling of plastic forming. (4 credits) sistive, and insulator materials. Semiconductor materials.
Effects of material properties on semiconductor materials
Non-Destructive Testing of Materials used in microelectronics and in integrated optoelectronics.
Insulator, dielectric and ferro-electric materials. Production
BMEGEMTAGE2
of semiconductor single crystals and the related measure-
The subject gives an experience-oriented overview to the ment techniques (Hall, CV). Non-metallic materials in elec-
up-to-date non-destructive testing and evaluation (NDT trotechnics.
and NDE) methods and technologies applied in mechani- Magnetic properties and the types of magnetic materials
cal-, electrical- and electronic industries. The subject deals used in industrial applications.
with the basic and special nondestructive material testing Intelligent materials. Shape memory and superelastic alloys.
methods, equipments and techniques of material defect (3 credits)
analysis.
Lectures: Classification of NDT and NDE methods. Visual- Machine Design
ization, liquid penetration investigation of cracks. Ultrason-
BMEGEGEAGMD
ic testing and monitoring methods. Properties of materials
in X-ray radiation. X-ray methods (transmission and diffrac- Mechanical engineering design, development, behavior
tion). Image forming systems, tomograpy. Magnetic proper- analysis (stress and stiffness analysis, reliability and service
ties of materials. Ordered magnetic structures, ordering of life estimates), knowledge of the behavior of mechanical
magnetic moments. Magnetic anisotrophy, magnetostric- structures, modeling opportunities, various aspects of the
tion, and their effects. Domain structure formation, effect design. Learning the modeling of different characteristics,
on macroscopic magnetic properties. Basic types of magne- and of the finite element model creation process and the
tizing curves. Magnetic field detectors. Crack investigations evaluation of the stress state practicing on simple structural

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BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS
elements. Introduction to CAE systems, and case studies. Manufacturing Processes
The structure analysis process. Finite element modeling.
BMEGEGTAG91
Basic element types. Modeling issues. Thermal tasks. In-
tegrated CAD / FEM systems. Optimal design of machine The aim of the subject is to present the generally applied
structures. Optimization objectives and criteria. Economic machining processes of part manufacturing. The focus of
issues. Dynamic simulation. The load-bearing structural the subject is introduction to the metal cutting theory and
features of the machine. Structure Types and Applications. applications. The up to date advanced machining processes
The modeling process. Actual and approximate models, are also discussed. Students may study the practice of the
the accuracy of approximation. Design principles. Material metal cutting in the laboratory lessons.
Laws. Material types. Limit states and serviceability limit Introduction. Collaboration of the product and production
state characteristics. General design principles and meth- planning. Manufacturability of parts. Principles of cutting
ods. Models and standard features. Safety factors, stress processes. Energetics of cutting processes, tool wear, tool
categories for allowable stresses. Stress Concentration. De- life, surface roughness. Cutting tools. Tool materials. Ge-
sign of welded joints. Technologies. Structural design. Load ometries of single point tools. Cutting with single point
Bearing seams. Examples welded structures and designs. tools. Turning, milling, drilling, reaming, sawing processes.
Design of steel structures. Applications and structural de- Cutting with abrasive tools. Grinding tools, kinematics of
sign. Design methods and standards. Bar structure and node grinding, grinding parameters, tool selection. Nonconven-
design. Tanks, piping, sheet metal and design of shell struc- tional technologies. Laser machining, waterjet machining,
tures. Areas of application and operating conditions. Type electrical discharge machining, electro chemical machin-
of structure. Design principles and methods. Application ing, electron beam machining, ion beam machining, coat-
examples. Case studies. (4 credits) ing technologies. Gear manufacturing. Manufacturing of
cylindrical gears by cutting processes. Profiling, Maag,
CAD Systems Fellows, Pfauter gear manufacturing technologies. Assem-
bly. Dimension chains, Tolerancing, design for assembly.
BMEGEGEAGCS
Measurement technologies in industry. Principles, measur-
The course prepares the students to resolve complex task in ing methods, measurement systems, process measurement.
the mechanical engineering with the tools of the computer Economics of manufacturing. Production time and costs.
aided design. Manufacturing Process Planning. Levels of planning, plan-
Lecture topics: Introduction, using of the intelliFiles. Theory ning methods. Computations in manufacturing. Calcula-
of the TOP-DOWN design. Integrated CAD systems. Vir- tions related to the cutting processes. Production time and
tual product development. Parametric design. Design of the cost calculation, production optimization. (4 credits)
mechanisms. Topics of the labs: Introduction, overview on
the 3D part modelling. TOP-DOWN design in static con- Machine Tools and Manufacturing Systems
structions. Issuing homework No.1. Overview on 3D as-
BMEGEGTAG92
sembly modelling. Design of the cast parts. 3D model based
technical drafting. SW test (45 min). (3 credits) The subject introduces structural elements, structural lay-
out, and various types of the metal-cutting machine tools,
Project Work their technological and operation characteristics, the basic
concepts and layouts of manufacturing systems, and the
BMEGEGEAGPW
most important material supply equipment needed to build
The course is to introduce the behaviour analysis of machine up manufacturing systems.
construction and the optimal design using the tools of geo- The lectures include the following topics. Fundamentals of
metrical modelling and analysis. During the semester a ma- the kinematics of machine tools and the NC technology.
chine design project should be worked out in small groups Classification of metal-cutting machine tools. Selection cri-
according to the following schedule. The task involves the teria of machine tools. Structural building blocks: friction,
conceptual and detailed designing of a machine structure, rolling and hydrostatic guideways; ball screws; linear mo-
building a 3D-geometrical model in a CAD-System and, tors; rack and pinion mechanisms; hydrostatic screws; in-
furthermore, the solving of several analysis problems. dexing and NC rotary tables; rotary actuators: gears, warm
The main steps and milestones of the project: wheel, torque motor. Spindles: belt drive, gear drive, direct
Fixing the aim of the project. Project scheduling. Collecting drive, integrated spindle; rolling, hydrostatic, aerostatic
information. Requirements. Developing and evaluating of bearings; tool holders and tool clamping; lathe and milling
design concepts. Simplified modeling and analytical cal- spindles. Lathes and turning centres. Milling machines and
culation of the construction. Building the structural model machining centres. Automatic tool and workpiece chang-
(simplified geometry, load cases, boundary conditions ing peripheries. Multi-functional machine tools. Parallel
and material properties). Presentation 1 (in team, max. 10 and hybrid kinematics machine tools. Methods and tools
points). Working out the 3D-solid model of the evaluated for design and simulation of machine tools. Types and
design concept. Numerical modelling of the problem (static, various layouts of manufacturing systems. Material supply
dynamic, thermal, kinematic analysis). Evaluating and critic principles. Material supply equipment: conveyors, forklifts,
of the first model. Presentation 2 (in team or individually, AGVs, robots. Flexible manufacturing systems. Methods
min. 10, max. 20 points). Finalizing the construction. Pre- and tools for planning, design and simulation of manufac-
paring the project documentation and the assembly draw- turing systems. (3 credits)
ing. Presentation 3 (in team and individually, 20 minutes,
max. 20 points). Submitting the project documentation and
drawings (individually max. 50 points). (3 credits)

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CAD/CAM Applications Composites Technology
BMEGEGTAG93 BMEGEPTAGE1
The aim of the subject is to introduce students into com- Getting familiar with the matrices and reinforcing materi-
puter aided design and manufacturing systems via industry als of polymer composites. Gaining knowledge about the
proven tasks, application examples. Out through laboratory manufacturing technologies of thermoplastic and thermoset
works they can learn the main principles of computer aided matrix composites. Learning the basics of composite me-
manufacturing programming techniques, the characteris- chanics and composite specific design guidelines.
tics, advantages and limits of recent CAD and CAM systems Lecture/seminar topics: Thermoset and thermoplastic com-
and up to date developments. The focus of the subject is to posite matrix materials, properties and applications. Typical
teach manufacturing oriented computer modelling (prepro- reinforcing materials of polymer composites. Reinforcing
cessing), applications and programming (post-processing). structures, properties and applications. Manufacturing tech-
Detailed thematic description of the subject: Product and nologies of thermoset matrix polymer composites: over-
production life cycle: Product, product workflow (lifecycle), view, typical products, tooling materials. Wet manufactur-
production and manufacture, product design and produc- ing technologies of thermoset matrix polymer composites:
tion planning, modeling (models). Computer aided automa- hand layup, spraying, RTM, pressing, pultrusion, filament
tion of process planning (engineering): manufacturing pro- winding, braiding, centrifugal casting. Dry manufacturing
cess planning and engineering models (CAD/CAM models); technologies of thermoset matrix polymer composites: au-
object and process oriented, integrated planning methods toclave curing of prepregs, out of autoclave prepreg cur-
(CIM); manufacturing and manufacturability planning. CAD ing, BMC pressing, SMC pressing, sandwich manufacturing.
or/and CAM systems: principles of CAD and CAM system Manufacturing technologies of thermoplastic matrix poly-
application, design for manufacture and assembly, feature mer composites: extrusion, injection moulding, pressing,
based design and manufacturing process planning, manu- vacuum forming, GMT. Damage and failure of polymer
facturing process oriented (generated) surface models and composites: testing and approving methodologies. Basics of
modeling, technology and quality controlled design and composite mechanics: types of material behaviour, rules of
planning. CAM items and basic workflows: modeling of mixtures, laminate properties for different stacking sequenc-
parts, assembly, environment (machine, device, tool, con- es, composite plates under tension, composite plates under
trol, etc.) and technological process; CAD/CAM systems bending, failure criteria for composites. Example problem
and elements (modules); CAM work- and data flows (in- solving.
terfaces, documents); manufacturing dimension; material, Laboratory practice topics: Tensile and flexural testing of the
tool and technological databases; manufacturing strategies specimens. Test data evaluation. Calculating the expected
(roughing and finishing, path generation and combination, mechanical properties of the specimen types, comparison
etc.); manufacturing levels and boundaries; 2.5-3D tasks, with the test data, summarising the results for the required
cycles, options. >3D manufacturing via CAM systems: man- technical report. (4 credits)
ufacturing planning on lathes, mills and wire EDMs, spatial
motion strategies, manufacturing sculptured and composed Injection Molding
(combined) surfaces, applications of combined strategies, BMEGEPTAGE2
high speed machining (HSM) and special techniques. CAM-
CNC interfaces, postprocessors: adaptation and transporta- Theoretical and practical understanding of the injection
tion interface drivers (engine, processor), surfaces (HW/SW) molding technology. Knowledge of production engineer-
and languages (formats), intermediate surfaces, languages, ing and design aspects of modern plastic products. Un-
ISO CLDATA, ISO standard and advanced NC program derstanding of the most advanced design and simulation
languages, post processing (postprocessors and postproces- procedures.
sor generator), DME connections (DMIS) and NC auxiliary Detailed description of the injection molding technology.
functions (in process measure, adaptive feed and/or path Analysis of the process cycle diagram. Construction and
optimization, etc.) .Surveying knowledge: Lectures and operation of injection molding machines. Design for in-
supplementary labors test jection molding. Materials for injection molding, and fiber
reinforced materials. Methods for the identification and
Thematic of laboratories: Subject requirements and the- elimination of molding defects. Injection mold design and
matic, 2.5D multiple hollow part modeling, NASA CAD injection molding simulation. (3 credits)
test laboratory, Test1 (CAD labor work), surface and solid
modeling of complex surfaces and combined, assembled Polymer Processing
block, NASA CAM test milling, 2.5D milling of hollow part BMEGEPTAGE3
in EdgeCAM, 3D-s CAM modeling and manufacturing pro- The aims of this subject is familiarizing the students with
gramming, Test2 (CAM labor work), Homework consulting, polymer processing technologies in details: preliminary
check and submission. (3 credits) techniques, extrusion, blow molding, thermoforming, ro-
tational molding, polymeric foams and elastomers tech-
nology. Introduction. Classification of polymer process-
ing technologies. Basic rheological aspects of polymers.
Preliminary techniques of polymer processing (material
conveying, drying, mixing, dosing etc.). Calendering. Extru-
sion. Extruder constructions, single and twin screw extrud-
ers. Compounding wit extruder. Extrusion dies (film blow-
ing, flat film-, pipe, sheet, profile extrusion; extrusion blow
molding; extrusion coating). Thermoforming: vacuum and
pressure forming. Rotational molding. Foams technology:
thermoplastic and thermoset foams. Elastomer technolo-
gies. Finishing and decoration. Joining technologies: weld-
ing and adhesive bonding. (3 credits)

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