The University of Belgrade. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.

Mechanical Engineering

Title Master of Science (M.Sc. from the Latin Magister Scientiæ) will be stated in Diploma certificate of Master studies (ECTS 120). A Diploma Supplement will contain a list of courses the student has attended and passed exams in, as well as the name of the obligatory specialization module from a certain department he/she has taken and completed. Abbreviations: M.Sc.ME or MSc ME.

Goals

Applying the acquired knowledge and methods in order to solve the given tasks within the chosen field. The task refers to studying the problem, its structure and complexity, and coming up with adequate solutions. The student acquires knowledge on the manner, structure and form of writing a projectreport which refers to the activities undertaken within the given topic of the Final course. The student acquires the adequate level of knowledge, skills and competences referring to the problem field, implemented methods and obtained results. The student also acquires the ability to publicly present the results of independent work, organised in an appropriate form.
2nd level of studies

M.Sc. (graduate) Academic Studies

Mechanical Engineering, ECTS 120

The study programme of Master (Graduate) academic studies is performed through 21 elective modules (specializations) within the same curriculum framework schematically presented below.

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White boxes – obligatory courses, colored boxes – elective courses; numeric code below the course title in this table consists of three digits: the first digit is the number of the semester, the second is the position of the course, and the third one is the number of weekly hours; the duration of each course is one semester with 5 hours per week, and each equals ECTS 6 (ECTS – European Credit Transfer System).
Exceptions: Skill praxis М – 90 hours, executed through student’s independent work, equals ECTS 4; Non-compulsory course in a Foreign language for specific purposes – 30 hours, equals ECTS 2; M.Sc. thesis equals ECTS 26
For accreditation requirements: M.Sc. electiveness 35% = 7 courses (colored boxes).

Learning outcomes of the Master study programme in
Mechanical Engineering

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering University of Belgrade (UB-FME) systematically and effectively plans, carries out, supervises, evaluates and upgrades the quality of its study programme in mechanical engineering at Master of Science (MSc) level.
The MSc (graduate) study programme in mechanical engineering lasts two years of study with 120 ECTS and fully complies with the basic tasks and objectives in mechanical engineering. Admission requirement is a BSc degree in engineering. Minimum demonstration of knowledge in applied sciences (i.e. mathematics, physics) and in basic subjects fundamental to Mechanical Engineering (i.e. mechanics, design, thermodynamics) has to be fulfilled if required by the Committee for enrollment.
Following the EUR-ACE framework standards of engineering programmes , the qualifications which students get when they complete UB-FME MSc studies are: -->
1. Advanced and in-depth knowledge and understanding

Advanced and in-depth knowledge and understanding of the scientific and mathematical principles of mechanical engineering, which supplements the knowledge acquired at the Bachelor academic studies, and provides development of critical thinking and expertise in a certain branch of mechanical engineering (study module). Masters will have the ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of engineering sciences, such as:

    • Advanced mathematics, ordinary differential equations, advanced numerical methods, programming, computational tools and software engineering;
    • Advanced mechanics, solid and fluid, as well as thermodynamics and heat transfer;
    • Mechatronics and automatic control engineering, electronics and measurements;
    • Advanced machine elements with design procedures of components and systems;
    • Computer aided design and manufacturing, project management;
    • Details of operation and design of (elective): Devices in biomedical engineering; Ship structures, resistance, propulsion, equipment; Aerospace machines, with deepening in aerodynamics, elasticity of structures, aircraft design, propulsion and control systems; Product aesthetics, ergo- and eco-designs, decision-making methods; Railway locomotives and cars; Welding structures, structural integrity; Biotechnical (agricultural) systems, tractors, equipment; Industrial (management) methods and organization; IT technologies with optimization techniques; Motor vehicles, gears, brakes and friction systems, equipment; Internal combustion engines, testing,  auxiliary systems and equipment; Food industry machines, condition monitoring, manipulating, packaging; Production machines and systems, manufacturing automation, quality management, intelligent systems; Process engineering machines, environment protection, chemical and biochemical reactors, air pollution control and waste treatment; Devices for automatic control, with knowledge of digital and nonlinear systems, object and process dynamics; Weapon systems, missiles, artillery; Steam and gas turbines, boilers and steam generators, thermal power plants; Material handling machines, constructions,  conveying machinery, cranes; Refrigerating, heating and air conditioning systems, heat pumps; Hydraulic machinery, pumps, fans, hydraulic turbines, hydraulic torque converters, fluid energy systems, etc;

and the ability to fulfill requirements for the professional title of Chartered Engineer (as defined by the Engineering Chamber of Serbia), as well as the ability to continue studies further, to a more advanced degree – scientific level of PhD.

2. Ability of advanced engineering analysis

Ability of advanced engineering analysis by application of their knowledge and understanding to identify, analyse, formulate and solve engineering problems using relevant analytic (mass, energy and thermodynamic balances, efficiency of systems, etc.), empirical and experimental methods.

3. Ability to carry out engineering design

Ability to carry out engineering design of machine components and full systems to meet defined and specified requirements using knowledge and understanding of design methodologies and computer-aided design tools. Masters should be able to propose, design, analyze, and build a mechanical or electromechanical device.

4. Ability to do investigations

Ability to do investigations, as to conduct searches of literature, to use on line libraries and repositories and other sources of information, to design and conduct appropriate experiments to gather data and test theories by being trained in workshop and laboratory skills, to collect and interpret the data and draw conclusions.

5. Experience in engineering practice

Experience in engineering practice, with the ability to select and use appropriate mechanical equipment, tools and methods; to combine theory and practice to solve engineering problems; to understand of applicability and limitations of certain  techniques and methods and to have awareness of the nontechnical implications of engineering practice.

6. Possession of transferable skills

Possession of transferable skills in order to function as an individual and as a member of a team, to communicate effectively with the engineering community in the same-discipline and cross-disciplinary groups with written, oral, and visual means, to have awareness of wider multidisciplinary context of engineering (responsibility, environment, health, safety, social, ethical and legal issues), to demonstrate awareness of project management and business practices, be prepared for a lifetime of continuing education.

All explanations given for B.Sc. studies also apply here. The main differences are:

Lists of modules with obligatory courses

"M.Sc. thesis" is to be taken with supervisor from the pool of professors of either obligatory courses of the elective module or elective courses the student has passed, where the menu of such courses is defined by departments leading the module. M.Sc. thesis must contain at least two of the following fields: material on the topic studied and analyzed, self-performed numerical calculation, self-done laboratory work, and/or self-performed mechanical design. Thesis defense cannot be done unless all the exams are passed.
Enrollment procedure is regulated by the Book of Regulations on Teaching at Master studies.
Within special agreements, the study program in English may be adapted to meet the group of students’s needs and requirements, where some obligatory courses in the modules may be also elective.
3 OECD (2011), “A Tuning-AHELO Conceptual Framework of Expected Desired/Learning Outcomes in Engineering”, OECD Education Working Papers, No. 60, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/5kghtchn8mbn-en, pp.35 and 48-54.
1. 2. 3. 4.
1.1.5 2.1.5 3.1.5 4.1
1.2.5 2.2.5 3.2.5 4.3
1.3.5 2.3.5 3.3.5
1.4.5 2.4.5 3.4.5
1.5.5 2.5.5 3.5.5

2nd level of studies

Master Academic Studies​ programmes (120 ECTS​)

Aerospace Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Control Engineering

Design in Mechanical Engineering

Engineering of Biotechnical Systems

Food Industry Engineering

Hydropower Engineering

Industrial
Engineering

Internal Combustion Engines

Material Handling, Constructions And Logistics

Mechanical Engineering & Information Technology

Mechanics

Motor Vehicles

Process Engineering And Environment Protection

Production Engineering

Railway Mechanical Engineering

Thermal Power Engineering

Thermal Science Engineering

Weapon Systems

Welding and welded structured

Lists of elective courses

At the beginning of a school year, a student has to choose elective courses (subjects) that he/she wants to attend and pass exams in. For each semester, as well as for each position of a course in a certain semester, a separate list (menu) of courses exists. However, the following conditions must be borne in mind:
1. 2. 3. 4.
       
       
1.3.5    
1.4.5 2.4.5 3.4.5
1.5.5 2.5.5 3.5.5
List of elective courses at the position 1.3 – 2 courses, 5 teaching hours per week each (6 ECTS)

Mechanics M; Fluid mechanics M.

List of elective courses at the position 1.4 – 2 courses, 5 teaching hours per week each (6 ECTS)

Thermodynamics М; Mechatronics.

List of elective courses at the position 1.5 – 16 courses, 5 teaching hours per week each (6 ECTS)

Nuclear reactors; Central heating systems; Pipeline fluid flow; Management information systems; Sheet-metal processing tools; Coordinate measuring machines; Internal combustion engines – M; Combustion for propulsion systems; Numerical simulation of IC engines processes – Basic approach; Computer networks; Buoyancy and stability of ship 1M; Ship structures 1M; Maintenance of machinery and equipment; Helicopters; Basics of the phenomenon of transmission and drying techniques; Rocket motors.

List of elective courses at the position 2.4 – 16 courses, 5 teaching hours per week each (6 ECTS)

protection in thermal power engineering; Risk management in terotechnology; Mechanical engineering measurements and sensors; Distributed systems in mechanical engineering; Combustion and sustainable development M; Sensors and computer based measurements; Ship equipment M (2 hours – 2 ECTS) + Ship systems M (3 hours – 4 ECTS); Combustion M; Mechatronics systems; Computational fluid mechanics; Additive manufacturing technologies; Conformity, compliance and product warranty.

List of elective courses at the position 2.5 – 17 courses, 5 teaching hours per week each (6 ECTS)

Gas dynamics; Two-phase flows with phase transition; New generation of machine tools and robots; Design of logistic and warehouse systems; Ship strength 2; Tribotechnique; Computer simulation in manufacturing Automation; Industrial automation; Biofuels in combustion processes ; Vehicles and environment; Basics of composite materials mechanics ; Design of construction and mining machines subsystems; Model based development of automotive software; Avionics; Aircraft performance; Fixture design; Embedded systems and IoT in mechanical engineering.

List of elective courses at the position 3.4 – 18 courses, 5 teaching hours per week each (6 ECTS)

Technical regulations and standards; Project management & air regulation; Aircraft maintenance; Ship manoeuvring (2 hours – 2 ECTS) + Software application in ship design (3 hours – 4 ECTS); Tribology; Machine tools M; Urban and special rail vehicles; Fundamentals of mining and construction machines dynamics; Ecology of combustion; Intelligent vehicle systems; Building energy certification; Renewable energy resources – small hydropower plants; Hybrid technical systems; Selected topics in IC engines 1;  Assembly systems; Techno-economic analysis and project management; Steam turbines 3; Computer graphics and virtual reality.

List of elective courses at the position 3.5 – 18 courses, 5 teaching hours per week each (6 ECTS)

Computer simulations of thermalhydraulic processes and CFD; Turbocompressors; Aircraft armement systems; Man – machine system design (3 hours – 4 ECTS) + Quality improvement in production processes – Lean six sigma (2 hours – 2 ECTS); Forensic engineering; International maritime regulations; Tribological systems;

 

Information technology projects evaluation; Micro manufacturing and characterization; Intelligent buildings; Aeroelasticity; Combustion appliаnces; Microfluidics and nanofluidics; Selected topics in IC engines 2; Intelligent control systems; Computer control and monitoring in manufacturing automation; Multiphase flow; Missile navigation, guidance and control algorithms.

List of elective courses (English only) - 56 courses, 5 teaching hours per week each (6 ECTS)

Manufacturing technologies; Numerical methods; Computer aided design; Structure analysis; Gas dynamics and CFD; Propulsion systems; Solid propellant motor design; Airframe structure analysis; Project management; Dynamics of structures; Wind tunnel testing; Quality assurance and tests; Fatigue of thin walled structures; Actuating systems; Control and testing; Discrete event simulation; Nozzle flow analysis and thrust vector control systems; Skill praxis M; Principles of warhead mechanisms; Introduction to optical system design; Aberration theory and image analysis; Digital image processing; Advanced optical system design; Applied optimization theory in optical system design; Solid – state lasers; Infrared detectors; Fiber optical data transfer; Missile system integration (SIN); Assembly automation; Production planning and control; Analytic methods for engineering design; Automatic control; Introduction to CFD; Advanced missile guidance and control; Combustion physics; Fundamentals of guided missiles navigation systems; Introduction to neural networks and fuzzy systems; Matlab and simulink for engineering applications; Numerical methods in heat and mass transfer; Seekers; Advanced interior ballistics; Maintenance management M; Production and operations management 1 – M; Design and analysis of composite structures; Numerical analysis in warhead design; Pyrotechnic security; Warhead design and terminal ballistics; Мodern quality approache; Advanced aerospace propulsion systems; Design of logistic and warehouse systems; Electric aircraft propulsion; Industrial logistic; Multidisciplinary optimization in aerospace engineering; Weapon mechanics; Advanced nuclear reactors; Infrared detectors; Nuclear power plants safety

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Publishing Ethics & Policy

The journal FME Transactions follows ethics norms accepted by international scientific community. It makes all efforts to prevent any infringements of the norms. This publication ethics statement, based on guidelines and standards developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), includes respective responsibilities of authors, reviewers, and editors. The FME Transactions does not charge any manuscript processing and/or publishing fees.

Digital copies of the journal are archived in the Digital Repository of the National Library of Serbia.

The journal FME Transactions follows ethics norms accepted by international scientific community. It makes all efforts to prevent any infringements of the norms. This publication ethics statement, based on guidelines and standards developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), includes respective responsibilities of authors, reviewers, and editors. The FME Transactions does not charge any manuscript processing and/or publishing fees.

Digital copies of the journal are archived in the Digital Repository of the National Library of Serbia.

Editorial Responsibilities

The Editor is responsible for deciding which articles submitted to the FME Transactions will be published. The Editor is guided by the policies of the journal’s Editorial Board and constrained by legal requirements in force regarding libel, copyright infringement and plagiarism.

The Editor must hold no conflict of interest with regard to the articles he considers for publication. The Editor has a responsibility to protect the anonymity of reviewers as per the highest academic standards. The Editor will evaluate manuscripts for their intellectual content free from any racial, gender, sexual, religious, ethnic, or political bias.

Unpublished materials disclosed in a submitted manuscript must not be used in an editor’s own research without the express written consent of the author.

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It is posible that the selected papers from conferences organized by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Belgrade or the scientific institutions that cooperate with it on the joint European projects (such as Tempus, Adria-Hub, Horizon 2020, etc.) can be published in the FME Transactions journal after a complete reviewing process. The name of the conference and the name of the conference organizer should be clearly indicated in the Acknowledgment of the published paper. At the same time, the conference paper should be removed from the conference site if it is exposed in its entirety.

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When an author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in his/her own published work, it is the author’s obligation to promptly notify the journal Editor or publisher and cooperate with the Editor to retract or correct the paper.

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Any paper which shows obvious signs of plagiarism will be automatically rejected.

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Aims and Scope

The journal FME Transactions publishes original papers (reviewing and contributed papers, and short communications) from all fields of Mechanical Engineering, which is, as a branch of Engineering, considered in the journal in its broadest possible sense. Thus, the articles are welcome from: Applied Mechanics, Fluids Engineering, Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Robotics, Material Science, Tribology, Combustion, Mechanical Design and Machine Dynamics, Productional, Industrial, Agricultural, Aerospace, Processing, Railway, Biomedical and Control Engineering, Mechanization, Hydro- and Thermo-power Systems, Internal Combustion Engines and Vehicle Dynamics, Energy Resources Technology, Military Technology, Naval Architecture, and Applied and Industrial Mathematics.

Theoretical, experimental and computational analyses of various problems of Mechanical Engineering are equally welcome and acceptable for publication. In addition, there will be published book reviews, announcements of symposia, and in special issues, proceedings of selected papers from symposia organized by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade.

Reviewing papers will be published by invitation only. One volume consists of four numbers.

  • Paper category: M21 15 ECTS

    Explanation: Paper published in leading international journal

  • Paper category: M22 14 ECTS

    Explanation: Paper published in distinguished international journal

  • Paper category: M23 13 ECTS

    Explanation: Paper published in international journal

  • Paper category: M24 10 ECTS

    Explanation: Paper published in international journal verified by a special decision

  • Paper category: M51 10 ECTS

    Explanation: Paper published in leading national journal

  • Paper category: M52 8 ECTS

    Explanation: Paper published in national journal

  • Paper category: M33 6 ECTS

    Explanation: Presented paper published as a whole in proceedings of an international conference

  • Paper category: M34 4 ECTS

    Explanation: Presented paper published as an extract in proceedings of an international conference

The list of international journals can be accessed by using Kobson database at this link

If the paper has more than one author, the number of credit points is divided by n-1, where n is the number of authors. The total number of credit points gained for this activity cannot exceed, in sum, 40 points in all four reports, irrespective of the number of papers. The report must contain the title of the paper with all references and the number of credit points assigned.

Hydropower Engineering
1.1.5 Theory of turbomachinery
1.2.5 Pumps
2.1.5 Hydraulic turbines
2.2.5 Machine design of pumps, fans and turbocompressors
2.3.5 Fans and turbocompressors
3.1.5 Hydropower plants and equipment
3.2.5 Hydraulic power transmitters
3.3.5 Hydropower measurements
4.1 Skill praxis M - HEN
4.3 M.Sc. thesis

Hydropower plants, machines and equipment, have various applications in many industrial areas such as: electro power industry, turbo machines production industry, hydro power plants, water supply factories, oil industry, chemical industry, turbo machines management and many others where applied fluid mechanics is important.

This points out that the necessities for hydropower engineers are evident and that is why there is a strong interest of students to study the specialization in Hydropower Engineering. In addition to the thorough learning of the matter, students acquire knowledge from other mechanical engineering disciplines, so that they can involve in other domains of mechanical engineering, if necessary.

The study specialization in hydropower engineering is the only one in the country with contemporary teaching programmes at all three levels of studies – BSc, MSc, PhD. Research potential is based on modern laboratories and equipment. Students are very actively involved in all research projects with industry, other faculties and institutes, wherefrom a significant number of results is published in literature and applied in industry.

The Department prepares students to become practicing proffessional engineers who participate fully in activities of design, operation, production, maintenance, safety, marketing, sales and administration. Particular strength of the Department includes complex and warranty measurements in pumps, compressors, fans and water turbines, as an independent national laboratory.

Obligatory courses for MSc:

Thermal Science Engineering
1.1.5 Steam boilers elements and equipments
1.2.5 Refrigeration equipment
2.1.5 Steam boiler processing
2.2.5 Refrigeration systems
2.3.5 Air-conditioning fundamentals
3.1.5 Thermal power plants and heat plants
3.2.5 Heat pumps
3.3.5 Air conditioning systems
4.1 Skill praxis M - TTA
4.3 M.Sc. thesis
Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics
1.1.5 Facility layout and industrial logistics
1.2.5 Computer aided design in material handling practice
2.1.5 Structural and stress analysis
2.2.5 Transport and logistic systems design
2.3.5 Conveying and material handling machines
3.1.5 Mining and construction machines
3.2.5 Cranes design
3.3.5 Eco design
4.1 Skill praxis M - TKL
4.3 M.Sc. thesis
Thermal Power Engineering
1.1.5 Steam turbines 1
1.2.5 Power steam boiler 1
2.1.5 Steam turbines 2
2.2.5 Thermal power plants 1
2.3.5 Gas turbines
3.1.5 Energy planning
3.2.5 Themal power plants 2
3.3.5 Steam generators
4.1 Skill praxis M - TEN
4.3 M.Sc. thesis
Weapon Systems
1.1.5 Physics of explosive processes
1.2.5 Flight dynamics and aerodynamic of projectiles
2.1.3 Missile propulsion
2.1.2 Fire control systems
2.2.3 Interior ballistics
2.2.2 Automatic weapons
2.3.2 Missile guidance and control
2.3.3 Projectile design