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Course Name:Engineering Seminar
English Description
Case Study, Seminar.
Course Name:Thesis
English Description
A Student must write a thesis to fulfill the partial requirements for the Master degree.
Course Name:Control Theory
English Description
Linear space Analysis, State equation and Response, Controllability and Observability, Stability Analysis, State Feedback and Estimation, Controller Design and Applications, Observer Design and Applications, Nonlinear systems, Time varying Systems, Applications of Control theory
Course Name:System Identification
English Description
Least Square Method, Maximum Likelihood Method, Auto Regressive Model, Estimation of Markov Parameter, State-Space Realization, System Identification based on Time Domain Test Data, System Identification based on Frequency Domain Test Data.
Course Name:Advanced Mechanical Vibration
English Description
Topics include Free and Forced vibrations of single degree and multidegree of freedom systems, Determination of natural frequencies and mode shapes, Vibration of continuous systems, Vibration control, Numerical methods in vibration analysis, Nonlinear vibration and Random vibration.
Course Name:Advanced Numerical Analysis
English Description
Introduction of using numerical methods to solve practical engineering problems. Topics include Solving nonlinear equations, Solving sets of equations, interpolation and curve fitting, numerical differentiation and integration, numerical solution of ODE and PDE.
Course Name:Advanced Vehicles Manufacture
English Description
Recycling, Material Applications, Manufacturing Process
Course Name:Vehicles Production & Marketing
English Description
Production Preparation, Mass Production Control, Marketing System, Used Car Marketing
Course Name:Vehicle Acoustics
English Description
Fundamentals of Acoustics, Experimental Methods of Acoustic Analysis, Automotive Noise Legislation and Standards, Basic Noise Control Procedure, Basics of Vehicle Noise and Noise Control, Engine Noise and Its Control, Vehicle Noise Sources, Vehicle Noise and Its Refinement, Psychoacoustic Analysis and Optimizations.
Course Name:Combustion
English Description
Fluid Dynamics and Chemical Kinetics, Rankine-Hugoniot relations, Diffusion flames and Droplet Burning, Laminar Flames, Turbulent Flames, Ignition, Quenching and Flammability Limits, Spray Combustion.
Course Name:Engineering Analysis
English Description
Calculus of Variations and Application, Integral Equations, Green Function, Advance Complex Variables, Asymptotic Expansion of Integrals, Purturbation Methods
Course Name:Future Vehicles Trend
English Description
Planning, Design Engineering
Course Name:Power Train
English Description
Fundamentals of power train, The relationship between engine and power train, Power train mechanism design, The integrated power train
Course Name:Finite Element Analysis
English Description
Introduction to the finite element method and its application to engineering problems. Topics include Variational Formulation and Finite Element Formulations, 1-D, 2-D and 3-D Element Shapes, Numerical Integration, Applications to dynamic problem and Introduction to Commercial Finite Element Programs.
Course Name:Structural Dynamic Testing
English Description
Topics include Theory of modal analysis, Experimental modal test, Transducers and instruments, Signal processing, Machine condition monitoring and diagnosis.
Course Name:Micro-Computer Control
English Description
Z-Transform, Sampled-Data Systems, System Stability due to the Effect of Sampling Time, Conversion between Discrete Systems and Continuous Systems, Design of Digital Controller, Design of Digital Observer, Usage of Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog Converters, Case Study of Micro-Computer Control.
Course Name:Automotive Engine Control
English Description
Introduction of Engine and Main Control System, Mathematical Model of Engine Dynamic System (Including Inlet System, Oil-Loop System, Ignition System, Exhaust System), Closed-Loop Air-Fuel Ratio Control, Detonation Control, Engine Idle Speed Control, Engine Cruising Speed Control, Engine Acceleration/Deceleration Regulation.
Course Name:Special Topics on Internal Combustion Engines
English Description
Gas Dynamics in Intake and Exhaust Manifold, Emissions and Related Combustion Phenomena, Cycle-Simulation and Analysis, Engine Performance Tuning and Control, Engine Noise Source and Its Control.
Course Name:Special Topics on Accident Reconstruction
English Description
Vehicle control modes, Vehicle crush simulation, Crush stiffness coefficients, Pedestrian problems study, Heavy truck problems study, Motorcycle problems study, Accident investigation.
Course Name:Advanced Dynamics
English Description
Three-Dimensional Dynamics of Rigid Bodies, Generalized Coordinate, Research of Constraints, Calculus of Variations, Hamilton's Principle, Lagrange's Equations, Multi-Body Dynamics, Stability
Course Name:Advanced Vehicle Dynamics
English Description
To provide an overview of ground vehicle handling and ride performance through the development, analysis and interpretation of vehicle models. The course is divided into three major parts: Tire modeling, Handling, and Ride. For each part, case study examples will be used to illustrate the important design considerations.
Course Name:Electromagnetics
English Description
This is an introductory course of electromagnetics base on its Engineering applications. The course is divided into five parts :1.Static electric field 2.Steady electric current 3.Static magnetic field 4.Stationary electromagnetic field 5.Maxwell equations and their applications. 6.Besides, the course also introduces some of the optical technology.
Course Name:Systematic Design of Mechanisms
English Description
Mobility Analysis, Kinematic Representations of Mechanisms, Type Synthesis, Number Synthesis, Dimensional Synthesis, Types of Systematic Design of Mechanisms, Graph Theory, Detection of Isomorphism, Generalization, Specialization, Applications
Course Name:Intelligent Vehicle Dynamics and Control
English Description
To provide an overview of Vehicle Dynamics and Control Systems of intelligent vehicles in ITS. Students will learn introduction to vehicle dynamics, driver modeling, driving simulation, engine/power-train control, cruise control, traction control/ABS, four-wheel steering, steer-by-wire, active/semi-active suspension, intelligent traffic systems, active safety technologies, and advanced power-train technologies. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to follow the literature on these subjects and perform independent design, research and development work in this field.
Course Name:Signal Processing
English Description
Signal acquisition, signal amplification and filtering, discrete Fourier Transformation and Fast Fourier Transformation, Z-transform in signal processing, filter design, application.
Course Name:Intelligent Control
English Description
Fuzzy control and grey system are introduced in this course. Then students can apply these theories to control systems and vehicle control. Contents are fuzzy sets, inference, design of fuzzy controller, application, gray system, gray prediction, gray modeling, and gray control.
Course Name:Electrical and Mechanical Systems of Railway Transit Systems
English Description
This course helps students to learn about the operating strategies and energy converting technologies in railway transit systems. Here, the following topics are contented in this course. 1.Power Supply System. 2.Control Mechanism of Power System. 3.Main Circuits of Traction System. 4.Speed Control System. 5.Braking Control and Energy Conversion. 6.Train Operation Theorem. 7.Vehicle Driving Control/Technology 8.Other concerning topics as energy conversion strategies etc. will also be introduced in this courses.
Course Name:Power System Planning
English Description
The purpose of this course is to focus attention on 1. the overall process called power system planning and 2. the mathematical detail of various analytical tools. The nature of this course makes it a graduate-level lecture and it is opened for those who already have a basic understanding on power system. 1. Introduction, 2.Load Forecasting, 3.Generation System Reliability Analysis, 4.Generation System Cost Analysis, 5.Power Flow computation and Analysis, 6.Transmission System Reliability Analysis, 7.Automated Transmission System Expansion Planning, 8.Faulty Analysis of Power System.
Course Name:Automatic Manufacturing Methods and Controls
English Description
Introduce the Automatic manufacturing methods and related automation and control technology, including: process control, numerical control, geometric data processing, driving systems, NC machine position measurement system, automatic manufacturing monitoring and diagnostics, computer integrated manufacturing.
Course Name:Electronic Commerce
English Description
This course includes following topics: network commerce environment and future development, network marketing, network PR, network store management, on-line advertisement and business, and network business safety.
Course Name:Stochastic Processes
English Description
Probability,random variable its properties, the convergence of random sequence and law of large number, Gaussian random variables and random vectors, stationary random process and spectrum, some useful random procwssws and filters.
Course Name:Engineering Optimization Methods and Applications
English Description
Engineering optimization concepts,Linear progrsmming methods, Nonlinear programming Methods, Multi-objective optimization, Introduction to Modern mathematical programming techniques,Optimum design of precision machine components and systems.
Course Name:Advanced numerical Heat Transfer
English Description
Including ten problems 1.Simple pure condition problem 2.Cylinderical condition for steady non uniform flow 3.Fully develop duct 4.Fin conduction convectionfor full develop 5.Ideal flow 6.Sudden expansion compressible 7. Free convective flow for fully develop 8. Axial symmetry flow 9. Infinitely combustion reaction 10.Turbulent flow.