# AAT A3

## Description

Propose functional and requirement specifications after analysing a well-defined request or need.

## Progression

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## AAv List (29)

01_XDEDM-AAv2 (15H): Situation: At the end of the course, from a given mechanical system (2D overall drawing or 3D CAD model) the student must be able to produce a kinematic diagram of the system while respecting the standards for representing elementary mechanical connections.

01_XDEDM-AAv3 (15H): At the end of the course, from a given mechanical system (2D overall drawing or 3D CAD model), the student will be able to define the dimensional and geometric specifications necessary to guarantee a given mechanical functionality, while respecting the associated standards:

02_XDAUT-AAv5 (10H): From a given set of specifications, the student will be able to write a hierarchical grafcet structure*, either on free paper or on dedicated software (editsab), from a programmed control point of view, with the subsequent aim of programming a PLC.

02_XDEDM-AAv2 (30H): Based on a user need, the group must be able to follow an imposed mechanical design methodology and propose a solution to the expressed need and a functional prototype

02_XDIPI-AAv1 (20H): An S2 student, at the end of IPI, is capable of implementing the major stages of a development cycle of around thirty hours, of interactive software (for example a game) structured by a simulation loop and abstract types of data in the paradigm of procedural programming, with the help from a supervisor who validates or proposes the broad outlines of each of the stages of this cycle.

04_XCELE-AAv4 (30H): At the end of the 4th semester of electronics, the student will be able to propose a circuit respecting specifications. The specifications will be specified in the form either of several parameters characteristic of a cell of order 2 (type, amplification coefficient, natural frequency, damping coefficient) or by a frequency template. The student will be able to check the conformity of his proposal with the specifications using simulation software (Python/Numpy/Scipy and LTspice).

04_XDEDM-AAv2 (24H): Based on a user need, the group must be able to follow a mechanical design methodology and propose solutions to the expressed need, in particular:

04_XDSUP-AAv5 (9H): From an operational part controlled by a PLC with an existing program, the student group must be able to propose ergonomics allowing the interface with users.

05_XASHI-AAv2 (20H): At the end of the human sciences course in semester 5, the student must be able to fully design a feasible action that responds to a societal or environmental need previously identified and to define the conditions for its success.

05_XCOBJ-AAv5 (4H): At the end of the OBJ course, a fifth semester student will be able to describe software functions using a use case diagram, within the framework of guided exercises .

05_XDASA-AAv5 (15H): At the end of the semester, students will be able to synthesize using a frequency method (Black Nichols) an analog corrector of type P, PI, PID, to control a SLIT system in respecting the constraints of a specification. Students will be able to validate the performance of their corrector with simulation software.

05AOCEDM-AAv2 (11H): Situation: At the end of the course, from a given mechanical system (2D overall drawing or 3D CAD model) the student must be capable of producing a kinematic diagram of the system while respecting the standards for representing elementary mechanical connections.

05AOCEDM-AAv3 (7H): At the end of the course, from a given mechanical system (2D overall drawing or 3D CAD model), the student will be able to define the dimensional and geometric specifications necessary to guarantee a given mechanical functionality, while respecting the associated standards:

05AODOBJ-AAv5 (4H): At the end of the UML course, a fifth semester student will be able to describe software functions using a use case diagram, as part of exercises guided.

05AOGASA-AAv5 (15H): At the end of the semester, students will be able to synthesize using a frequency method (Black Nichols) an analog corrector of type P, PI, PID, to control a SLIT system while respecting the constraints of specifications. Students will be able to validate the performance of their corrector with simulation software.

06POASHI-AAv2 (10H): At the end of the humanities course, students must be able to design in full or present a feasible action that meets a previously identified societal or environmental need and define the conditions for its success.

07_O-CAI-AAv2 (32H): At the end of the “Interactive Application Design” module, students are able to APPLY the iterative approach, the different stages and an example of an associated method, from the design user-centered

07_O-CMV-AAv3 (14H): At the end of teaching, in a given multidisciplinary context, with an imperfect, partially documented and possibly non-functional existing system , and with given disciplinary specifications, the student group must be able to implement a complete design approach: analysis of needs, justified choice of solutions, design and sizing, production, validation and documentation.

08_SHES-AAV_QQE_optionnel_3_Outils_Qualité (12H): The student will recall the different tools used in the industry, throughout the life cycle of a product to evaluate and improve product quality.

08_X-ST8-AAV1 (100H): At the end of the assistant engineer internship, the student will be able to analyze the needs of a sponsor with regard to existing solutions and to propose, while being guided by the supervisor, a translation of the needs expressed into specifications that are sufficiently precise and consistent with a standard solution. He will have previously consulted and assimilated the scientific resources provided to enable him to fully understand the technical context. This knowledge will be presented in the written report at the end of the internship.

09_X-PER-AAv5 (10H): Correctly write the customer's needs (evolving specifications) or correctly write a functional specification based on the needs expressed by a customer

07_O-CAI-AAv2 (32H): At the end of the “Interactive Application Design” module, students are able to APPLY the iterative approach, the different stages and an example of an associated method, from the design user-centered

07_O-CMV-AAv3 (14H): At the end of teaching, in a given multidisciplinary context, with an imperfect, partially documented and possibly non-functional existing system , and with given disciplinary specifications, the student group must be able to implement a complete design approach: analysis of needs, justified choice of solutions, design and sizing, production, validation and documentation.

09_O-MRA-AAv1 (12.5H): At the end of the semester, MRA students will be able to understand and characterize the different spaces in which the robot evolves and describe the models and their associated characteristics, making the connections between them.

09_O-MRA-AAv2 (12.5H): At the end of the semester, MRA students will be able to obtain the direct geometric model of a serial robot, with rotoid and prismatic connections, using either a kinematic diagram, or from the analysis of the axes of a real robot.

09_O-MRA-AAv3 (12.5H): At the end of the semester, MRA students will be able to obtain the direct and inverse kinematic model of a serial robot, with rotoid and prismatic connections, using either a kinematic diagram or by analyzing a real robot.

09_O-MRA-AAv4 (12.5H): At the end of the semester, MRA students will be able to obtain the direct and inverse static model of a serial robot, with rotoid and prismatic connections, using either the geometric model and/or the kinematic diagram of the robot.

09_O-MRA-AAv5 (12.5H): At the end of the semester, MRA students will be able to obtain the dynamic model of a serial robot, with rotoid and prismatic connections, in the form of a system of nonlinear differential equations, using the kinetostatic model and the double recursive Newton-Euler method.

10_X-S10-AAv1 (100H): At the end of the engineering internship, the student is able to analyze the needs of a sponsor with regard to existing solutions and to propose a rapid and efficient translation needs expressed in specifications that are sufficiently precise and consistent with a standard solution. He will have previously researched, consulted and assimilated scientific resources allowing a good understanding of the technical context. This knowledge will be presented in the written report at the end of the internship.