The teaching program comprises a series of lectures (October to mid April) plus a comprehensive design project (mid April to begining of July) which will be presented in October.
The lecture program consists of 12 courses, all of them compulsory. Each course lasts for two weeks.
- Pipe components (I)
- Pipe components (II)
- CAD drafting 2D
- P&ID interpretation
- Plot plan and piping arrangement
- Isometric and material take off
- Mechanical, internal stress and flexibility analysis
- Pipe routing rules
- CAD systems 3D
In addition to the lecture program, the candidate carries out a design project for 12 weeks in teams of three students. Each team has a tutor who guides the students throughout the development of the project. Finally, this thesis is examined individually and orally in October in the presence of an external examiner.
The final Master assessment is weighted equally between the assessed lecture courses and the design project.