School of Mechanical Engineering

National Technical University of Athens


1. Course ECTS
    1st Year
    2nd Year
    3rd Year
    4th Year
        Energy Engineering
        Mechanical Design
        Industrial Engineering
        AGTVO
    5th Year

2. Course Guide


4th Year

Energy Engineering Option


7th Semester
 

Core courses Hours/ Week (ECTS)
Computational Fluid Dynamics 3+1
Applied Thermodynamics of Mixtures 3+1
Group A (selection of at least, one course)
Transport Phenomena 3+1
Fluid Mechanics II 3+1
Group B (selection of at least, one course)
Physical Principles of Nuclear Power Reactor Plants 3+1
New and Renewable Energy Sources 3+1
Sum total 12+4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
Elective courses
Thermal Radiation and Applications
Thermodynamics Software
Interactions of Ionizing Radiation with Matter, Radiation Protection - Dosimetry
Dynamics of Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines
Experimental Fluid Mechanics
Energy Management
Aerodynamics
Optimization Methods in Aerodynamics
Dynamics of Rotating Machines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two Elective courses must be selected.
The students could choose one course per semester form any option from the same semester, main or optional. Find the analytical description of the courses here.

 

8th Semester

Core courses Hours/ Week (ECTS)
Combustion Theory, Combustion Systems 3+1
Sum total 3+1

 

 

 

Elective courses
Basic Principles of Refrigeration
Nuclear Power Reactor Set-up and Operation
Hydroelectric Power
Wind Energy
Decentralized Thermal Systems
Computational Methods for Transport Phenomena
Design of Thermal Turbomachines
Gas Exchange & Supercharging of Internal Combustion Engines
Biomedical Engineering - Medical Imaging & Radiotherapy
Nuclear Measurement Systems
Industrial Applications of Nuclear Engineering
Environment and Development
Computational Project
Practical Training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Five Elective courses must be selected.
The students could choose one course per semester form any option from the same semester, main or optional. Find the analytical description of the courses here.