Materials and Manufacturing

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Products are tending to become more complex with greater demands on performance, energy consumption, environmental impact and costs. Casting is the most used method to manufacture components, which provides enormous freedom when it comes to developing innovative, knowledge-intensive and sustainable solutions for increased industrial competitiveness.

Master of Science (60 credits) with a major in Product Development, specialisation in Materials and Manufacturing.

 

  • Unique online master programme with a few campus meetings.
  • Study full-time or half-time.

 

Application on the Swedish web (in Swedish only) 15 March - 18 April, 2017.

 

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The performance of the products and all components are a function of, among other things design and the proper and careful selection of materials and manufacturing processes. This online Master’s programme is interdisciplinary and includes aspects such as:
- solidification of cast metals, cast metals processes, heat treatment, defect and failure analysis
- the relationship between mould filling, solidification of metals, defect formation and performance of castings
- predictive tools to simulate the complex relationship between the cast metal and the processes that make it possible for the engineer to further optimize cast components without compromising performance.

The programme

The courses are mostly web based, for example through video lectures, discussion forums and e-meetings. Meetings in Jönköping for laboratory work can occur once or twice per course.

You can study full-time or half-time, which means that you can choose to combine your work with studies. You will, as a student from a bachelor program, get a specialised profile with strong links to the business community.

International perspective

All courses are in English, as the programme recruits both Swedish and international students. Lecturers and experts from our international partners are also an important element.

Collaboration with the industry

The Master’s programme is developed in a collaboration between the School of Engineering, Swedish Foundry Association, Swerea SWECAST and the foundry industry. The industry is involved in lecturers, with expertise, study visits, and through a collaboration on relevant projects.

Through the courses it is possible to collaborate with partner companies, which facilitates the connection between theory and current professional practice. The courses offer the students opportunities to work with problems/challenges from professional practice related to current topics on the courses. The mixture of professionals and students from the bachelor level enables both networking and a connection between theory and practice throughout the programme.

After graduation

The programme qualifies you for services in product development, the purchasing and quality departments at the foundries and end users of cast components, and it allows for a research career at institutions and/or universities.

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Tomas Liljenfors, Managing Director, Bryne

- Two of our five employees take the courses, and we are very pleased. For us, a small company that develops products, this really is our future. You will acquire excellent theoretical knowledge, many new colleagues and important contacts for the future. And what is most important is that you gain access ...


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Tomas Medin, Foundry Manager, Volvo Powertrain

- It is s a great way to get ahead in your professional life to study this Master’s programme. Being able to develop yourself, but also to be given new tasks. We have one of our employees who has taken this Master’s, and he shares his knowledge. It lifts the whole organization. ...


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Facts

Conducted at School of Engineering

Credits: 60 credits
Level: Master
Rate of study: Full-time or Half-time
Place of study: Web-based
Language: English
Start date: Autumn 2017
Application code: HJ-MS144 (Full-time), HJ-MS145 (Half-time)
Requirements:
The applicant must hold the minimum of a bachelor’s degree (i.e the equivalent of 180 ECTS credits at an accredited university) with at least 90 ECTS credits in materials and manufacturing, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, engineering physics, or equivalent.

Applicants with a degree in chemical engineering and engineering physics must have studied relevant courses within materials engineering, manufacturing technology, thermodynamics and solid mechanics. Applicants with a degree in chemical engineering must also have studied relevant courses in physics.

The bachelor’s degree should comprise a minimum of 21 credits in mathematics. Proof of English proficiency is required.
Degree:
Degree of Master of Science (60 credits) with a major in Product Development, specialisation in Materials and Manufacturing.

Courses within the Programme

Full-time studies, 60 credits during 1 year

Semester 1

Component Casting 6 credits
Microstructural Engineering 6 credits
Melting and Casting of Ferrous Alloys 3 credits
Analysis of Casting Defects 3 credits
Moulding Materials in Foundry Technology 3 credits
Environmental Impact Assessment of Castings 3 credits
Modelling and Simulation of Casting 6 credits

Semester 2

Material Testing and Characterisation 6 credits
Failure Analysis 6 credits
Cast Design and Calculation 3 credits
Final Project Work in Product Development 15 credits

Half-time studies, 60 credits during 2 years

Semester 1

Component Casting 6 credits
Melting and Casting of Ferrous Alloys 3 credits
Moulding Materials in Foundry Technology 3 credits
Environmental Impact Assessment of Castings 3 credits

Semester 2

Material Testing and Characterisation 6 credits
Failure Analysis 6 credits

Cast Design and Calculation
3 credits

Semester 3

Microstructural Engineering 6 credits
Analysis of Casting Defects 3 credits
Moulding Materials in Foundry Technology 3 credits

Semester 4

Final Project Work in Product Development 15 credits

Induvidual courses/Single subjects

There is also an opportunity to also study the courses within the programme as individual courses/single subjects, if there are vacant places available after the ordinary admission to the programme.

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