KFT07090 – Urban Traffic Facilities Design Project

Module
Urban Traffic Facilities Design Project
Urban Traffic Facilities Design Project
Module number
KFT07090
Version: 2
Faculty
Kraftfahrzeugtechnik
Level
Master/Diplom
Duration
1 Semester
Semester
Summer semester
Module supervisor

Prof. Dr. Andreas Schuster
Andreas.Schuster(at)fh-zwickau.de

Lecturer(s)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Schuster
Andreas.Schuster(at)fh-zwickau.de

Course language(s)

English - 80.00%
in "Urban Traffic Facilities Design Project"

ECTS credits

6.00 credits

Workload

180 hours

Courses

4.00 SCH (4.00 SCH Internship)

Self-study time

120.00 hours
30.00 hours Self-study - Urban Traffic Facilities Design Project
90.00 hours Beleg(e) - Urban Traffic Facilities Design Project

Pre-examination(s)
None
Examination(s)

alternative Prüfungsleistung - Beleg und Präsentation
Module examination | Weighting: 100%
in "Urban Traffic Facilities Design Project"

Media type
No information
Instruction content/structure
  • Working on a real urban problem;
  • designing urban traffic facilities in a team;
  • getting feedback from planners of urban authorities.
Qualification objectives

The student is able to do a design project in a team. He/she can recognize planning problems, deduce necessary strategies and find suitable design solutions. The student is experienced in teamwork, is able to manage teamwork conflicts and can give a succint description and presentation of the teamwork results. He/she can use the experience even in new situation, with which he/she is not familiar. This enables him/her, to manage projects autonomous and to work in research groups. He/she can communicate with experts and researchers but also with non-academics by team working on problem solutions.

Social and personal skills
No information
Special admission requirements

-

Recommended prerequisites

Kowledge of geometric design and design of urban traffic facilities. Knowledge of CAD and presentation techniques. Basic experience in communication and teamwork techniques.

Continuation options
No information
Literature

Forschungsgesellschaft für Straßen- und Verkehrswesen (FGSV) (Hrsg.): Directives for the Design of Urban Roads (RASt). Köln, 2012

Notes
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