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Aeronautic and Space  
Major: TURBULENCE  
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The complete program covers four semesters of studies, starting in the fall. The Master Program will begin in September of Year 1 and end in June or September of Year 2 (depending of the duration of master thesis). The overall goal of the coursework is to prepare students to step into almost any industrial or research environment with sufficient knowledge (computational and experimental) to be able to be almost immediately productive.

Coursework:

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3
TURBULENCE FONDAMENTALS

Theory 1 (20h)
Practices (30h)
ADVANCED TURBULENCE

Theory 2 (20h)
Lagrangian Turb. (30h)
TURBULENCE MODELLING

RANS/u-RANS/hybrib (40h)
Turbulent Heat Transfer (20h)
Compressible Turbulence (20h)
Aero-acoustics (20h)
EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES

Methods (20h)
Pratices (36h)
NUMERICAL SIMULATION

CFD practices (20h)
DNS & LES (30h)
ADVANCED SIGNAL PROCESSING

Signal Processing 1 (25h)
Signal Processing 2 (25h)
Stability & Chaos (20h)
NUMERICAL METHODS

Programming language (20h)
Numerical analysis (30h)
APPLICATIONS

Turbomachinary (20h)
Aerodynamics (20h)
FRENCH CULTURE (20h)
FLUID DYNAMICS

Mathematics (30h)
Viscous flows (25h)
Compressible flows
PROJECT (250h) PROJECT (100h)
FRENCH

language (30h)
Culture (20h)
Semester 4
Master’s Thesis