Bachelor level courses

The Divison of Solid Mechanics offers a wide range of mandatory or optional courses on the Bachelor level, as listed below.

Course code Course name Credits Notes
TMHL07 Solid Mechanics, basic course
6 for DPU
TMHL22 Solid Mechanics 6 for M, I, Ii, EMM
TMHL24 HSolid Mechanics – Design Criteria 6 for M
TMHL63 Introduction to Computational Mechanics 6 for M, DPU, I, Ii, MEC, AER
TMME04 Engineering Mechanics part 2 6 for Y
TMME07 Engineering Mechanics – Statics  6 for DPU
TMME12 Engineering Mechanics Y part 1 4 for Y
TMME13 Mechanics – dynamics 6 for DPU
TMME27 Engineering Mechanics parts 1 and 2 10 for I, Ii
TMME28 Engineering Mechanics – Dynamics 6 for M, EMM
TMME32 Mechanics, second course 4 for Yi
TMME62 Engineering Mechanics 6 for EMM
TMME63 Engineering Mechanics – Statics 6 for M
TMMI03 Engineering Mechanics 8 for MI
TMMI09 Vibrations and Fatigue in Mechanical Structures
6 for MI
TMMI16 Machine Elements 6 for MI
TMMI17 Solid Mechanics, basic course 6 for MI
TMMI37 The Finite Element Method, FEM 6 for MI
TMMI71 Engineering Mechanics, Advanced Course 6 for MI
TMMT31 Bachelor Thesis - Mechanical Engineering 18 for M

 

Acronyms: DPU = Design and Product Development, M = Mechanical Engineering, I = Industrial Engineering and Management, EMM = Energy, Environment, Management, Y = Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering, MI = Mechanical Engineering, B.Sc., MEC = Mechanical Engineering, M.Sc., AER = Aeronautical Engineering, M.Sc.

 

Detailed course information is found in the study information pages under the Additional documents tab.

 

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