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Course module: 191211080
Systems Engineering
Course info
Course module191211080
Credits (ECTS)5
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact J.F. Broenink
Contactperson for the course J.F. Broenink
Examiner J.F. Broenink
Academic year2022
Starting block
RemarksOnly for students who need to re-take the exam from last year.
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Registration using OSIRISYes
This course is offered one last time in the academic year 22-23 for those who need to re-take the exam.

All others: please refer to the new course 202200100 Systems Engineering.

Systems engineering encompasses activities involved in the design, development, production and application of machines and instruments. The course intends to develop a design attitude, and teaches how to use basic rules (methods and techniques) for the analysis and synthesis of solutions for the problem of realising a given design. A Systems Engineering approach is used, which implies that the optimal functioning of the whole system during its entire lifecycle is concerned. This means that besides design and manufacturing, also use and disposal are considered. The material is treated form a practical point of view: emphasis is on the global insight in the design processes and methods and techniques for analysis and evaluation. Furthermore, practical use of these instruments is relevant. Therefore, during the second half of the term, students work on the case study, which is shaped as a kind of role play: the student teams form design subteams. So, students must once present a part of the case, discuss presentations of all other students, and once report on these discussions, which serves as a design evaluation meeting.

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Required materials
Blanchard, B.S., Fabrycky W.J., (2011) Systems Engineering and Analysis, 5th ed, Prentice Hall, ISBN 978-0-13-714843-1
Recommended materials
Instructional modes
Self study without assistance
Presence dutyYes

Oral exam/exercises&case stud reports

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