Wind EngineeringFachhochschule Flensburg
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Diploma or Bachelor Degree in electrical, mechanical or civil engineering Or some years work experience in the wind energy area. Good working knowledge in English as necessary to follow the course.
The wind industry needs technical generalists as System Engineers. With its concept, the Master degree course in Wind Engineering paves the way – as demanded by the relevant industry – off from the pure specialist towards the interdisciplinary system-oriented generalist with an individual specialisation. The graduate achieves the qualification to survey both early and new models of wind turbines and wind power systems as a whole. This includes particularly the planning, construction and operation of such installations and its components.
Wind Engineering covers subjects of study in the fields of Mechanics, Electro Technics, Economics and Environment. All lectures are complemented with extensive hands-on training on commercial up-to-date software systems.
Graduates of this course will find a wide range of opportunities and openings in wind turbine and component manufactures, engineering and consulting offices, bank and insurance companies, public authorities, wind farm industry and research institutions.
Course Structure and Curriculum
All lectures, laboratory training, project works and examinations are held in English. The course is taught on a modular basis. The studies are held on two Campuses, Flensburg and Kiel (University of Applied Sciences). The summer lectures are held in Flensburg, the winter lectures take place in Kiel. It is possible to start the study either at the Flensburg Campus in summer or at the Kiel Campus (University of Applied Sciences) in winter. The first two semesters are interchangeable.
Summer Semester at the Flensburg Campus:
- Noise & Vibration
- Structural Strength & Materials
- Aerodynamics and Aeroelastics
- Sustainable Energy Systems
- Shaping Sustainable Energy Systems
- Optional courses:
- Power Train Components
- Environmental Science, Advanced
- External Costs of Energy
- Trading Energy
Winter Semester at the Kiel Campus (University of Applied Sciences):
- Grid Integration and High Voltage
- Generator and Power Electronics
- Control Systems and Automation
- Environmental Science, Basics
- Optional courses:
- Advanced Windturbine Systems
- Advanced Engineering Mathematics
- Masurement and Certification
- Business Economics
Master Thesis at University (of Applied Sciences) or in industry (preferred).
Dauer: 3 Semester
Beginn: Winter- und Sommersemester
Beginn des Sommersemesters 2010 1. März 2010
Bewerbungsfrist: Wintersemester 15 Juli und Sommersemester 15 Januar