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Aerospace Education Catalogue

LP Conception et Industrialisation Aéronautique

  • Organisation: IUT Le Creusot
    (Université de Bourgogne)
  • Type of Course: Initial education - Life-long learning - Sandwich/Apprenticeship training
  • Language(s): French
  • Place: IUT Le Creusot (French Regions: Bourgogne-Franche-Comté)
  • Prepared diploma/grade/title: Vocational bachelor, three-year university vocational degree
  • Level of entry: French Baccalaureat + 2
  • This training is included in RNCPRS

Course Details

Objectives: To propose to holders of a DUT or BTS in Mechanics/production or of L2 Sciences and Technology a complementary training including general knowledge in aeronautics and space fields, as well as full control concerning most specically used tools in this field: computer-aided design, digital control of machine tools, advanced composite materials, laser's use ( bonding, , trimming, surface treatment).
The training also includes much of management, communication and firm education methods.

Intended for: DUt or BTS mechanics/production or L2 Sciences and technology holders students.

Degree Level (EU) : 6 - (EQC level or equivalent)

Prerequisites: Technological knowledges, mechanical and industrial product conceiving.

Admission requirements: On view of files:
- DUT GMP, GIM, SGM
- BTS Mechanics speciality
- L2 Sciences and technology

Duration and terms: 1 year, 450h of courses and 37 weeks in a company or internship of 12 weeks minimum from the end of March.

Notes: The aeronautical Licence allows young mechanics students a specialization which makes them become quickly efficient.
As they have got a global vision of aircrafts structure and of aeronef specificities, they are ready to be integrated into big european groups in aeronautics and space area, or into equipment and engine manufacturers, or at general or sportive aircraft builders.

Details of topics covered:
Mechanical and aerospace structure:
- Classification of aircraft.
- The various components of large aircraft and small planes.
- The aircraft structure. (Wings, brakes, landing gear, aircraft instruments)
- Composite materials.
- Technology of helicopters.
- The balance of the aircraft in different configurations.
- Stability issues around different axes.
- The load factor.

Design and materials:
- The materials used in aeronautics.
- The properties of composite materials and polymers.
- Using a finite element software (basic).

Implementation of materials:
- Casting, forging, welding, machining and laser.

CFAO:
- Using a CAD (volume, surface, sheet metal, kinematics, parameterized, reverse engineering).
- Quote GPS.

English:
- The basic vocabulary in aeronautics.

Dedicated web site: http://iutlecreusot.u-bourgogne.fr/formations/6-licences-pro/licence-pro-aeronautique.html

Disciplines

  • Engineering Sciences
  • System Engineering, Programme Management, Production

Topics

  • 3 - Mechanical Engineering (structures, structural dynamics…), Materials (composites, metallurgy, forming…), Processes, Chemistry, Mechatronics
  • 17 - Project Management, Production, Industrialization, Factory of the Future, Integration, Supply Chain, Maintenance, Recycling