Mechanical Engineering
The Graduate in Mechanical Engineering will have acquired the professional attributions of the Technical Engineer Industrial, specialty in Mechanics, which are collected in Law 12/86. According to this law, the Mechanical speciality includes the professional attributions of the following fields:
-Manufacture and testing of machines.
-The execution of industrial structures and constructions, their assemblies, installations and utilization.
-Metallurgical processes and their use.
-The control of the quality of the productive industrial processes.
-The environmental management in the productive systems.
Title Coordinator: Prof. Dr. D. José Carlos Palomares Salas
E-mail: josecarlos.palomares@uca.es
FIRST YEAR
10618001 – Algebra and Geometry(M1)6
Course description:
MATRICES, DETERMINANTS AND SYSTEMS
Matrices and Determinants. Definition of matrix. Linear operations with matrices. Product of matrices. Transposed matrix. Properties.
Types of matrices. Inverse matrix. Uniqueness and properties. Elementary operations. Elementary matrices. Equivalent matrices. Hermite canonical form. Gauss-Jordan method for calculating the inverse of a matrix.
Range of a matrix. Calculation of the range through elementary operations. Definition and properties of the determinant of a square matrix. Application of determinants.
LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR EQUATIONS SYSTEMS
Terminology and notations. Equivalent systems. Gauss removing method. Rouché–Capelli theorem. Homogeneous Systems: Nullspace of a matrix. Systems solving: methods and iterative.
VECTOR SPACE AND EUCLIDEAN SPACE
-Rn Vector Space. Definition and properties. Linear dependence and independence. Properties. Basis and dimension of Rn vector space. Vector’s coordinates. Change of basis in Rn. Vector subspaces. Characterisation. Equations of a subspace. Basis and dimension of a subspace.
-Rn Euclidean Vector Space.Scalar product. Module of a vector and angle between vectors. Orthogonal and orthonormal basis. Method for orthonormalisation of Gram–Schmidt.
DIAGONALIZATION OF MATRICES
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a square matrix. Properties. Diagonalizable matrix. Diagonalization.
Diagonalization of symmetric matrices by orthogonal similarity. Powers of a diagonalizable matrix. Jordan canonical form for matrices of order two and three.
CONICS AND QUADRICS
-Conics
Definition of conic. Matricial equation. Reduced equation of a conic. Classification and main elements of conics. Study of ordinary conics.
-Quadrics
Definition of quadric. Matricial equation. Reduced equation of a quadric. Classification of quadrics. Study of ordinary quadrics.
CURVES AND SURFACES
– Flat curves.
Concept of flat curve. Expressions of a curve: parametric, explicit and implicit.
Tangent and normal in a point of a curve. Singular points and Ordinary points. Flat curves in polar coordinates.
– Warped Curves
Definition of a curve in the space. Equations of a curve. Ordinary point and Singular point.
Arc length of a curve. Three-dimension space and Frenet Formula. Tangent, normal and binormal straight line. Curvature and twisting. Normal, rectifying and osculating planes.
– Surfaces
Concept of surface. Tangent plane and normal straight line to a surface. Surfaces of revolution and translation. Conical and cylindrical surfaces.
Course description:
MATRICES, DETERMINANTS AND SYSTEMS LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR EQUATIONS SYSTEMS VECTOR SPACE AND EUCLIDEAN SPACE -Rn Euclidean Vector Space.Scalar product. Module of a vector and angle between vectors. Orthogonal and orthonormal basis. Method for orthonormalisation of Gram–Schmidt. DIAGONALIZATION OF MATRICES CONICS AND QUADRICS -Quadrics CURVES AND SURFACES – Warped Curves – Surfaces |
10618002 – Calculus(M1)6
Course description:
FUNCTIONS OF A VARIABLE
Differential calculus of single variable functions. Real numbers and Complex numbers. Definition of function. Concept of continuity and limit. Calculation of limits. Concept of derivative. Interpreting the derivative. Calculation of derivatives. Mean value theorem. L’Hôpital’s rule Implicit derivative.
Integral calculus of single variable functions. Primitive function. Calculation of primitive functions. Problem of the area of a flat region. Riemann’s integral. Rieman’s integral properties. Mean value theorem. Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Barrow’s rule. Applications of integrals. Improper integral.SEQUENCES AND SERIES
Real sequences. Limits of a sequence. Concepts of convergence and divergence. Real series: of positive terms, alternating and of whichever terms. Concepts of convergence and divergence. Geometric series and simple harmonic series. Convergence criteria. Power series. Taylor’s theorem. Taylor and McLaurin Series.
NUMERICAL METHODS
Numerical equation solving. Polynomial interpolation. Function approximation. Numerical differentiation and integration.
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES FUNCTIONS
Introduction to several variables functions. Surfaces in the space. Continuity and limits. Partial derivatives. Differentiability. Chain rule. Directional derivatives. Implicit derivative. Optimisation of several variables functions. Lagrange multipliers.
INTEGRAL CALCULUS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES FUNCTIONS
Iterated integrals. Double and Triple integrals. Applications. Variables changes: Polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates.
Course description:
FUNCTIONS OF A VARIABLE NUMERICAL METHODS DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES FUNCTIONS INTEGRAL CALCULUS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES FUNCTIONS |
10618010 – Graphic Expression and Aided Design (M1)6
Course description:
BASIC GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTIONS.
Elementary geometry flat transformations. Geometric traces. Scales.
Translation, rotation, symmetry and homothesis affinity and homology diedric system
FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS OF DISTANCES
Auxiliary views.
Rotations. Changes of plances projections of a flat figure angles.
Introduction to the study and representation of regular polyhedral surfaces.
Prism and pyramide cylinder and cone sphere.
DIMENSIONED DRAWING SYSTEM
Fundamentals and applications of distances.
Auxiliary views. Rotations. Angles.
Flat figures representations. Dimensioned representation of bodies and surfaces building roofs
Topographical surfaces.
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD AIDED DESIGN BASIC CONCEPTS
Autocad environment.
Drawing and edition basic commands.
Course description:
BASIC GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTIONS. FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS OF DISTANCES DIMENSIONED DRAWING SYSTEM INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD AIDED DESIGN BASIC CONCEPTS |
10618005 – Physics I (M1)6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS
KINEMATICS; GENERAL CONCEPTS; STUDY OF MOVEMENTS PARTICLE DYNAMICS; NEWTON PRINCIPLES; WORK AND ENERGY SYSTEM OF PARTICLES DYNAMICS
RIGID BODY DYNAMICS
THERMODYNAMICS; HEAT AND TEMPERATURE; THERMODYNAMIC TRANSFORMATIONS
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS KINEMATICS; GENERAL CONCEPTS; STUDY OF MOVEMENTS PARTICLE DYNAMICS; NEWTON PRINCIPLES; WORK AND ENERGY SYSTEM OF PARTICLES DYNAMICS RIGID BODY DYNAMICS THERMODYNAMICS; HEAT AND TEMPERATURE; THERMODYNAMIC TRANSFORMATIONS |
10618008 – Computer Science Fundamentals (M1)6
Course description:
THEORY
Introduction to computer science (4 hours) Definitions.
Computer basic functions.
Software: operative systems, programming languages and applications. Databases.
Course description:
THEORY |
PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS (26 hours)
Introduction to the software life cycle.
Algorithm: concept, elements and representation. Structured programming.
Modular/top-down design.
WORK PLACEMENTS
Developing programmes under a programming language. Java (26 hours) Types of primitive data.
Variables, constants and operators. Selection and iteration statements. Text files.
Tables (vectors and matrices). Modular/top-down design
Use of computing applications in engineering (4 hours) Databases management system.
10618013 – Materials Science and Engineering (M2)6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering.
STRUCTURE, LAYOUT AND MOVEMENT OF ATOMS.
Crystalline structures Crystalline defaults Diffusion in solids
PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
Mechanical properties, break and tests. Other physical properties
Chemical properties
CONTROL OF PROPERTIES AND MICROSTRUCTURE
Plastic deformation in metals Phase diagrams
Phase transformations
Handling and controlling thermal, electrical, magnetic and optical properties.
ENGINEERING MATERIALS: PROPERTIES, APPLICATIONS AND PROCESSING.
Metallic alloys
Ceramic materials Polymeric materials Composite materials Functional materials.
SELECTION OF MATERIALS IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
Criteria for selecting materials
PRACTICAL UNIT
Thermal treatments: Normalised, hardened, tempered on F114 steel Charpy tests: impact toughness on F114 steel.
Resin deep-drawing of samples for metallographic preparation.
Tension tests on F114 steel: determination of the elastic module, elastic limit, tension resistance, shear stress, ductility, elastic energy and plastic energy.
Vickers, Rockwell and Brinell hardness tests.
Metallographic preparation and microscope observation of deep-drawn samples with different thermal treatment.INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering.
STRUCTURE, LAYOUT AND MOVEMENT OF ATOMS.
Crystalline structures Crystalline defaults Diffusion in solids
PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
Mechanical properties, break and tests. Other physical properties
Chemical properties
CONTROL OF PROPERTIES AND MICROSTRUCTURE
Plastic deformation in metals Phase diagrams
Phase transformations
Handling and controlling thermal, electrical, magnetic and optical properties.
ENGINEERING MATERIALS: PROPERTIES, APPLICATIONS AND PROCESSING.
Metallic alloys
Ceramic materials Polymeric materials Composite materials Functional materials.
SELECTION OF MATERIALS IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
Criteria for selecting materials
PRACTICAL UNIT
Thermal treatments: Normalised, hardened, tempered on F114 steel Charpy tests: impact toughness on F114 steel.
Resin deep-drawing of samples for metallographic preparation.
Tension tests on F114 steel: determination of the elastic module, elastic limit, tension resistance, shear stress, ductility, elastic energy and plastic energy.
Vickers, Rockwell and Brinell hardness tests.
Metallographic preparation and microscope observation of deep-drawn samples with different thermal treatment.
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING STRUCTURE, LAYOUT AND MOVEMENT OF ATOMS. PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS CONTROL OF PROPERTIES AND MICROSTRUCTURE ENGINEERING MATERIALS: PROPERTIES, APPLICATIONS AND PROCESSING. SELECTION OF MATERIALS IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN PRACTICAL UNIT STRUCTURE, LAYOUT AND MOVEMENT OF ATOMS. PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS CONTROL OF PROPERTIES AND MICROSTRUCTURE ENGINEERING MATERIALS: PROPERTIES, APPLICATIONS AND PROCESSING. SELECTION OF MATERIALS IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN PRACTICAL UNIT |
10618003 – Statistics (M1)6
Course description:
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
REGRESSION AND CORRELATION
THEORY OF PROBABILITY.CALCULATION OF PROBABILITIES
ONE-DIMENSIONAL AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL RANDOM VARIABLES.
DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS DISTRIBUTIONS
STATISTICAL INFERENCE
POINT AND INTERVAL ESTIMATION
HYPOTHESIS TESTING. PARAMETERS HYPOTHESIS TESTING
INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMISATION
Course description:
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS REGRESSION AND CORRELATION THEORY OF PROBABILITY.CALCULATION OF PROBABILITIES ONE-DIMENSIONAL AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL RANDOM VARIABLES. DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS DISTRIBUTIONS STATISTICAL INFERENCE POINT AND INTERVAL ESTIMATION HYPOTHESIS TESTING. PARAMETERS HYPOTHESIS TESTING INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMISATION |
10618006 – Physics II (M1)6
Course description:
OSCILLATIONS
WAVES: CHARACTERISATION; PROPAGATION
FIELDS OF CENTRAL FORCES; ELECTROSTATIC FIELD; GRAVITATIONAL FIELD ELECTRIC CURRENT
MAGNETOSTATIC FIELD ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
Course description:
OSCILLATIONS WAVES: CHARACTERISATION; PROPAGATION FIELDS OF CENTRAL FORCES; ELECTROSTATIC FIELD; GRAVITATIONAL FIELD ELECTRIC CURRENT MAGNETOSTATIC FIELD ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION |
10618009 – Business management and organisation6
Course description:
THE COMPANY AND THE ECONOMIC SYSTEM
Concept of economy
The transformation curve
Fundamental economic problems The economic systems
The economic agents
Introduction to the markets functioning
THE COMPANY AS AN ECONOMIC REALITY
Concept of company. Functions of companies
The constituting elements of a company. Classification of companies
The companies according to their legal form. Concept of businessman
The businessman within the current company reality. The entrepreneurs
THE COMPANY AS A SYSTEM
Managing roles
Concept and properties of the systems
Typology of the systems
Conceptual elements of the company as a system
The subsystems within the company
The business environment
THE FINANCIAL FUNCTION
Investment and funding
Fundamental preliminary concepts
The planned investment
Funding sources or instruments in the company
The own resources
The third party’s resources
Profit and profitability
MARKETING IN THE COMPANY
The commercial subsystem. Definition of marketing
The market: concept, segmentation and strategies. The marketing-mix
The product. The price
The place. The promotion
THE PRODUCTION SUBSYSTEM
The production activity: concept and types
Concept and elements of the production subsystem. Types of production processes
Goals and decisions when administering production
THE EFFICIENCY IN THE COMPANY
Efficiency measures. The productivity
Graphical analysis of the productivity functions. Elements affecting productivity
Concept and classification of costs
DIMENSION OF INSTALLATIONS
Concept and criteria for dimension measures
Dimension and scale economies
Dimension and structure of costs
Dimension, occupation rate and hysteresis of costs
Methodology for determining the production capacity
DECISIONS ON INSTALLATIONS LOCATIONS
Decisions on company location and its installations Strategies for multisite location
Procedures and elements for the decision-making process Quantitative methods for location
PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION OF INSTALLATIONS
Concept, objectives and elements for on-site distribution
Types of on-site distribution
Methods for installations distribution
DESIGNING AND MEASURING WORK
Design of work
Study of work methods Study of times
PROJECT PLANNING, PROGRAMMING AND CONTROL
Concept and stages in project management Concept and types of control
Scope of control
Project planning and control techniques
Course description:
THE COMPANY AND THE ECONOMIC SYSTEM THE COMPANY AS AN ECONOMIC REALITY THE COMPANY AS A SYSTEM THE FINANCIAL FUNCTION MARKETING IN THE COMPANY THE PRODUCTION SUBSYSTEM THE EFFICIENCY IN THE COMPANY DIMENSION OF INSTALLATIONS DECISIONS ON INSTALLATIONS LOCATIONS PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION OF INSTALLATIONS DESIGNING AND MEASURING WORK PROJECT PLANNING, PROGRAMMING AND CONTROL |
10618007 – Chemistry (M1)6
Course description:
STRUCTURE OF MATTER
QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF CHEMISTRY
MATTER AGGREGATION STATES
LIQUID STATE AND DISSOLUTIONS
CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS
CHEMICAL KINETICS
CHEMICAL BALANCE
ACID-BASE REACTIONS
OXIDATION REDUCTION REACTION
CHEMICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF CORROSION ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Course description:
STRUCTURE OF MATTER QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF CHEMISTRY MATTER AGGREGATION STATES LIQUID STATE AND DISSOLUTIONS CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS CHEMICAL KINETICS CHEMICAL BALANCE ACID-BASE REACTIONS OXIDATION REDUCTION REACTION CHEMICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF CORROSION ORGANIC CHEMISTRY |
SECOND YEAR
10618004 – Further Mathematics (M1)6
Course description:
VECTOR ANALYSIS
Vector fields. Line integrals. Conservative vector field and independence of path. Green’s theorem. Surface integrals. Divergence. Divergence theorem. Rotational. Stokes’ theorem.
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (ODE)
Origin, definition and classification of the ODE. Main concepts. Solutions. Type of solutions.
FIRST ORDER ODE:
Existence and uniqueness of solution theorem. Geometric interpretation of the equation. y’=F(x,y)(placements).
Differential equations (DE) with separable to reducible variables. Reducible to homogeneous DE. Exact DE. Reducible to exact: Integrating factor. First order linear DE. Definitions. Resolution. Bernouilli equation. Orthogonal and isogonal trajectories.
INTRODUCTION TO THE PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
LINEAR DE OF SECOND ORDER OR HIGHER
Definitions. Existence and uniqueness theorem. Vector treatment of solutions. Linear Homogeneous Constant-Coefficient ODE: cases for resolution. Full linear ODE: undetermined coefficients method and method of variations of parameters. Variable changes. Euler equation. Converting a linear equations system into a higher order equation
POWER SERIES SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
Application of the power series to the solution of equations.
LAPLACE TRANSFORM
Introduction. Definition. Calculation of transforms of elementary functions. Properties. Convolution product. Inverse transform. Properties. Application for the solution of differential equations and integrals and linear equations systems.
Course description:
VECTOR ANALYSIS ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (ODE) FIRST ORDER ODE: INTRODUCTION TO THE PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS LINEAR DE OF SECOND ORDER OR HIGHER POWER SERIES SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS LAPLACE TRANSFORM |
10618018 – Elasticity and Resistance of Materials I (M2)6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION AND PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS
Object and purpose. Model of solid. Mechanical prism.
Balance conditions and stresses.
STRESSES
Stress vector. Stress matrix. Main stresses and directions Intrinsic component. Mohr circles.
DEFORMATIONS
Deformation vector. Deformation matrix. Main deformations and directions Intrinsic components Mohr circles.
GENERAL SETTINGS OF THE ELASTIC PROBLEM
Tension test. Hooke law. Transverse deformations. Poisson’s coefficient. Principle of superposition.
Generalised Hooke’s law. Lame’s equation.
THEORIES OF ANELASTIC ACTION
Introduction. Mohr criteria of limit states. Other criteria
THEORY OF FORCES. STATIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SECTION
Forces. Moments. Centre of gravity. Static moment. Moment of inertia.
AXIALS
Introduction. Axial diagrams Stresses. Deformations.
SHEAR AND BENDING
Introduction. Shear and bending diagrams.
BENDING STRESSES
Pure bending, Navier-Stokes law. Simple bending. Relation shear and bending.
BENDING DEFORMATIONS
Introduction. The elastics.
Mohr’s Theorems.
BUCKLING
Introduction. Critical load. Effective length.
Buckling according to Eurocodes.
Course description:
INTRODUCTION AND PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS DEFORMATIONS GENERAL SETTINGS OF THE ELASTIC PROBLEM THEORIES OF ANELASTIC ACTION THEORY OF FORCES. STATIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SECTION AXIALS SHEAR AND BENDING BENDING STRESSES BENDING DEFORMATIONS BUCKLING |
10618022 – Environmental technology (M3)6
Course description:
AIR AND ACOUSTIC POLLUTION
The atmosphere and its main pollutants.
General principles on gas emissions treatment. Operations and processes for gas emissions treatment. Acoustic pollution.
WASTE POLLUTION
Introduction to waste regulations. Urban wastes.
Hazardous wastes. Radioactive wastes.
Soil pollution and repair.
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Environmental impact assessment. Environmental management systems.
Life cycle analysis. Green labelling.
WATER POLLUTION
The natural water environment and the waste waters Physical operations for waste waters treatment. Chemical processes for waste waters treatment. Biological processes for waste waters treatment. Treatment and management of sludge.
Examples of waste waters treatment plants.
Course description:
AIR AND ACOUSTIC POLLUTION WASTE POLLUTION ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT WATER POLLUTION |
10618017 – Theory of Mechanisms and Machines (M2)6
Course description:
STATICS OF THE RIGID SOLID
KINEMATICS AND DYNAMIC OF THE RIGID SOLID
Kinematics of machines and mechanisms
Dynamics of machines and mechanisms
GENERAL CONCEPTS ON MACHINES AND MECHANICMS
LEVIES AND GEARS
Course description:
STATICS OF THE RIGID SOLID KINEMATICS AND DYNAMIC OF THE RIGID SOLID GENERAL CONCEPTS ON MACHINES AND MECHANICMS LEVIES AND GEARS |
10618011 – Thermotechnics (M2)6
Course description:
PROPERTIES AND STATES OF PURE SUBSTANCES
APPLICATIONS OF THE THERMODYNAMICS PRINCIPLES
MECHANISMS FOR HEAT TRANSFER
Conduction, convection and radiation
Combined applications of the heat transfer mechanisms heat exchangers
Course description:
PROPERTIES AND STATES OF PURE SUBSTANCES MECHANISMS FOR HEAT TRANSFER |
10618016 – Automatics (M2)6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATICS REGULATION
Introduction to Automatics regulation. Description of Control Systems. Revision of mathematical basis and modelling of dynamic systems
Time response Analysis. Structures of industrial regulators.
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATION
Definitions and structures.
Introduction to logic systems
Combinational and Sequential Systems and Applications.
INTRODUCTION TO MODELLING OF AUTOMATION SYSTEMS AND PROGRAMMABLE AUTOMATES
Introduction to modelling of Automation Systems. Petri networks. The programmable automates. Structure, programming
Industrial applications.
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATICS REGULATION INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATION INTRODUCTION TO MODELLING OF AUTOMATION SYSTEMS AND PROGRAMMABLE AUTOMATES |
10618015 – Electronics (M2)6
Course description:
THE P-N JUNCTION AS A DIODE
Qualitative theory of the P-N junction Characteristics and functioning of the diode. Approaches.
Circuits with diodes. Rectification.
The Zener diode. The Zener regulator.
THE BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTOR (BJT)
Morphology.
Functioning regions. Characteristic curves.
The BJT as an amplifier. The BJT as a switch.
Pulse Wide Modulation (PWM). JOINT FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR (JFET)
Morphology.
Functioning regions. Characteristic curves.
The MOSFET as an amplifier. The MOSFET as a switch.
THE OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER (OA)
Amplification and features. The feedback.
OA ideal model. Basic settings.
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
Analogue vs digital. Binary system.
Digital encoding of information. A/D and D/A converters. The clock.
Series/parallel communications. Logic gates.
Design and optimisation of logic circuits. Logic families.
Course description:
THE P-N JUNCTION AS A DIODE THE BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTOR (BJT) THE OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER (OA) DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS |
10618014 – Electrotechnics (M2)6
Course description:
METHODS FOR CIRCUITS ANALYSIS
Introduction
RESISTIVE CIRCUITS COILS AND CONDENSERS
Methods for circuits analysis
SINGLE PHASE AND THREE-PHASES CIRCUITS ANALYSIS SINUSOIDAL SIGNALS
Analysis in the sinusoidal steady state Power in the sinusoidal steady state Three-phases balanced systems.
ELECTROMETRICS
Fundamentals of electrical measurements Analogue and digital instruments Conditioning of signal Measurement methods.
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES
Basic elements of electrical machines Balance of energy in electrical machines Classification of electrical machines.
Course description:
METHODS FOR CIRCUITS ANALYSIS RESISTIVE CIRCUITS COILS AND CONDENSERS SINGLE PHASE AND THREE-PHASES CIRCUITS ANALYSIS SINUSOIDAL SIGNALS ELECTROMETRICS BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES |
10618019 – Manufacturing Engineering (M2)6
Course description:
LABORATORY PLACEMENTS
Workshop security Metrology Sand moulding
Conventional machining and CNC Welding
PROBLEMS
Metrology
Forming technologies and processes with material preservation Forming technologies and processes with material removing Joining technologies
THEORY
Manufacturing systems
Manufacturing engineering and processes
CAx Systems and Manufacturing management systems. CIM Production systems. Plant engineering Emerging manufacturing systems
METROLOGY
Fundamentals of metrology Dimensional metrology Metrology of lengths and angles
Metrology of surface finish Metrology of forms
Adjustment and tolerances
FORMING TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES
Forming technologies and processes with material preservation
Introduction to forming with material preservation
Consolidation processes
Deformation processes. Advanced processes
FORMING TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES WITH MATERIAL REMOVING
Introduction to forming processes with material removing Conventional machining processes
Cutting tools Machining fundamentals
JOINING TECHNOLOGIES
Introduction to forming with provision of material Welding joining processes
Symbolic representation of welding Advanced processes with provision of material
Course description:
LABORATORY PLACEMENTS PROBLEMS THEORY METROLOGY FORMING TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES FORMING TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES WITH MATERIAL REMOVING JOINING TECHNOLOGIES |
10618012 – Fluid Mechanics (M2)6
Course description:
CALCULATION OF PIPELINES, CHANNELS AND FLUID SYSTEMS
ONE DIMENSIONAL LAMINAR FLOW IN LIQUIDS IDEAL FLUIDS
BASIC PRINCIPLES IN FLUID MECHANICS
Statics of fluids Kinematics
Integrals applied to finite volumes.
CONSERVATION OF MASS EQUATION
Continuity equation
Equation of conservation of quantity of momentum. Integral form.
Differential form Equation of conservation of energy. Integral form. Differential form.
PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS AND DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
Introduction.
Forces acting on a fluid Thermodynamics. Transport phenomena Dimensional analysis.
Course description:
CALCULATION OF PIPELINES, CHANNELS AND FLUID SYSTEMS ONE DIMENSIONAL LAMINAR FLOW IN LIQUIDS IDEAL FLUIDS BASIC PRINCIPLES IN FLUID MECHANICS CONSERVATION OF MASS EQUATION PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS AND DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS |
THIRD YEAR – Mechanical specific technology
10618021 – Industrial Design (M3)6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL DESIGN. INDUSTRIAL FORMS AND THEIR STANDARDISED REPRESENTATIONS
The industrial technical design instrumentation and its practices standardised representations.
Conventionalisms in industrial design.
Cuts, sections, breaks and other conventionalisms auxiliary views
Sketching.
DIMENSIONING
General on dimensioning.
Dimensioning according to manufacturing process.
SIGNS FOR SURFACE FINISHES
Surfaces finishing symbols of surface status.
TOLERANCES
Dimensional tolerances. Geometric tolerances.
CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS: NON DETACHABLE JOINTS
Riveting and welding.
CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS: dETACHABLE JOINTS
Flange and threads.
Screws, nuts and washers.
Supplementary security systems. Keys and keyseats. Hinge pins.
ORGANS OF MACHINES
Trees. Couplings. Spring bases. Pulleys
Toothed wheels.
ENSEMBLE AND EXPLODED DIAGRAM
General considerations.
USEFUL CONSIDERATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ALIGNMENT. SYMBOLS AND STANDARDISATION
basic concepts for isometric alignment of pipes in processes plants. symbols
and standardisation
basic concepts for alignment of electrical schemes. symbols and standardisation basic concepts for alignment of printed circuits. symbols and standardisation
AIDED DESIGN
Design aids and edition dimensioning
Blocks and attributes
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL DESIGN. INDUSTRIAL FORMS AND THEIR STANDARDISED REPRESENTATIONS DIMENSIONING SIGNS FOR SURFACE FINISHES TOLERANCES CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS: NON DETACHABLE JOINTS CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS: dETACHABLE JOINTS ORGANS OF MACHINES ENSEMBLE AND EXPLODED DIAGRAM USEFUL CONSIDERATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ALIGNMENT. SYMBOLS AND STANDARDISATION basic concepts for isometric alignment of pipes in processes plants. symbols AIDED DESIGN |
10618043 – Elasticity and Resistance of Materials II(M4)6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF ELASTICITY
STRESS CONDITIONS IN ELASTIC SOLIDS
DEFORMATIONS IN A CONTINUOUS MEDIUM
DEVIATED BENDING AND COMPOUND BENDING
COMBINED STRESSES
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF ELASTICITY STRESS CONDITIONS IN ELASTIC SOLIDS DEFORMATIONS IN A CONTINUOUS MEDIUM DEVIATED BENDING AND COMPOUND BENDING COMBINED STRESSES |
10618045 – Fluid Mechanic Engineering(M4)6
Course description:
GENERAL
Introduction to Fluid Mechanic Engineering Properties of fluids.
Integral form of equations Fluid flow fundamentals.
TURBO-MACHINES
Fundamental principles of turbo-machines Similarity
Hydraulic turbines Fan pumps
HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC INSTALLATIONS
Resistant characteristic of the network Regulation
Holes, tubes, nozzles and weirs. Measurement instruments of free and level flows. Installations design and calculation.
DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS
Installation of a pipe with a tank Two-tanks systems
Pipes servicing throughout the route Series and parallel pipes systems
Systems of pipelines
OPEN CHANNELS
General
Course description:
GENERAL TURBO-MACHINES HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC INSTALLATIONS DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS OPEN CHANNELS |
10618042 – Thermal Engineering(M4)6
Course description:
EQUIPMENT
Boilers
Generation of cold engines: power plants
ENGINES
Alternative internal combustion engines
Course description:
EQUIPMENT ENGINES |
10618046 – Materials Science and Technology(M4)6
Course description:
CHARACTERISATION OF MATERIALS
MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS
MATERIALS SERVICING BEHAVIOUR; TRIBOLOGY
SELECTION OF MATERIALS IN THE INDUSTRY
MATERIALS OF SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL INTEREST
MATERIALS PROCESSING
Course description:
CHARACTERISATION OF MATERIALS MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS MATERIALS SERVICING BEHAVIOUR; TRIBOLOGY SELECTION OF MATERIALS IN THE INDUSTRY MATERIALS OF SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL INTEREST MATERIALS PROCESSING |
10618023 – Production Management (M3)3
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO PLANNING AND CONTROL OF PRODUCTION INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
AGGREGATE PLANNING MASTER PROGRAMMING COMPONENTS PROGRAMMING
VERY SHORT TERM PLANNING AND CONTROL
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO PLANNING AND CONTROL OF PRODUCTION INVENTORY MANAGEMENT AGGREGATE PLANNING MASTER PROGRAMMING COMPONENTS PROGRAMMING VERY SHORT TERM PLANNING AND CONTROL |
10618024 – Industrial Risk Prevention (M3)3
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO LABOUR RISK PREVENTION
ORGANISATION OF THE PREVENTION IN-COMPANY
RESPONSIBILITIES AND PENALTIES CONCERNING PREVENTION. PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT.
MINIMUM PROVISIONS ON SAFETY AND HEALTH SIGNALLING. SAFETY AND PREVENTION IN ELECTRICAL AND OXY ACETYLENE WELDING HANDLING, MOVING AND TRANSPORTING LOADS.
MACHINES SECURITY AGAINST MECHANICAL RISKS SECURITY PROVISIONS AT WORK PLACES PREVENTION AND PROTECTION AGAINST FIRES. ELECTRICAL RISKS
ASSESSMENT OF POLLUTANTS. CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS. RADIATIONS SECURITY AND HEALTH STUDIES IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO LABOUR RISK PREVENTION ORGANISATION OF THE PREVENTION IN-COMPANY RESPONSIBILITIES AND PENALTIES CONCERNING PREVENTION. PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT. MINIMUM PROVISIONS ON SAFETY AND HEALTH SIGNALLING. SAFETY AND PREVENTION IN ELECTRICAL AND OXY ACETYLENE WELDING HANDLING, MOVING AND TRANSPORTING LOADS. MACHINES SECURITY AGAINST MECHANICAL RISKS SECURITY PROVISIONS AT WORK PLACES PREVENTION AND PROTECTION AGAINST FIRES. ELECTRICAL RISKS ASSESSMENT OF POLLUTANTS. CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS. RADIATIONS SECURITY AND HEALTH STUDIES IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS |
10618044 – Structures Modelling and Design(M4)6
Course description:
BASIC CONCEPTS ON ARTICULATED SYSTEMS
CALCULATIONS OF ISOSTATIC TRUSS
CALCULATION OF HYPERSTATIC TRUSS
INFLUENCE LINE
STRUCTURES AND INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION DESIGN
MATRIX ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES
Elementary matrices.
Coordinates systems. Change of basis rigidity method.
Flexibility method. Non concordant conditions.
Course description:
BASIC CONCEPTS ON ARTICULATED SYSTEMS CALCULATIONS OF ISOSTATIC TRUSS CALCULATION OF HYPERSTATIC TRUSS INFLUENCE LINE STRUCTURES AND INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION DESIGN MATRIX ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES |
10618041 – Machines Design, Construction and Testing(M4)6
Course description:
DESIGN OF MECHANICAL ELEMENTS
ANALYSIS TOOLS
MACHINE TESTING
PREVENTION OF FAULTS
Course description:
DESIGN OF MECHANICAL ELEMENTS ANALYSIS TOOLS MACHINE TESTING PREVENTION OF FAULTS |
10618040 – Graphics Engineering (M4)6
Course description:
ALIGNMENT OF METAL FABRICATION. JUNCTIONS OF SURFACES AND DEVELOPMENTS
AUXILIARY VIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL FORMS AND THEIR STANDARDISED REPRESENTATIONS.
FURTHER ENSEMBLE AND EXPLODED DIAGRAM
INDUSTRIAL PERSPECTIVES
Dimensioning and cuts
Further pipelines alignment.
Symbols, planes and isometric alignment. Reading industrial planes.
AIDED DESIGN
Course description:
ALIGNMENT OF METAL FABRICATION. JUNCTIONS OF SURFACES AND DEVELOPMENTS AUXILIARY VIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL FORMS AND THEIR STANDARDISED REPRESENTATIONS. INDUSTRIAL PERSPECTIVES AIDED DESIGN |
10618047 – Manufacturing Engineering(M4)6
Course description:
LABORATORY PLACEMENTS
Workshop security Metrology Sand moulding
Conventional machining and CNC Welding
PROBLEMS
Metrology
Forming technologies and processes with material preservation Forming technologies and processes with material removing Joining technologies
THEORY
Manufacturing systems
Manufacturing engineering and processes
CAx Systems and Manufacturing management systems. CIM Production systems.
Plant engineering Emerging manufacturing systems
METROLOGY
Fundamentals of metrology
Dimensional metrology
Metrology of lengths and angles
Metrology of surface finish
Metrology of forms
Adjustment and tolerances
FORMING TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES WITH MATERIAL PRESERVATION
Introduction to forming with material preservation
Consolidation processes
Deformation processes
Advanced processes
FORMING TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES WITH MATERIAL REMOVING
Introduction to forming processes with material removing
Conventional machining processes
Cutting tools Machining fundamentals
JOINING TECHNOLOGIES
Introduction to forming with provision of material
Welding joining processes
Symbolic representation of welding
Advanced processes with provision of material
Course description:
LABORATORY PLACEMENTS PROBLEMS THEORY METROLOGY FORMING TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES WITH MATERIAL PRESERVATION FORMING TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES WITH MATERIAL REMOVING JOINING TECHNOLOGIES |
FOURTH YEAR
10618020 – Engineering Projects (M2)6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING PROJECT
The engineering work: the industrial expert.
The technical department and its organisation. Applications of computer science in the technical department. Assessments, valuations, technical reports and certificates.
The industrial project: definition, object, stages, formal presentation and structure, processing.
DOCUMENTS OF THE PROJECT
Documents of the project: table of contents report and annexes. Documents of the project: planes.
Documents of the project: tender specifications. Documents of the project: status of measurements. Documents of the project: budget.
Documents of the project: reliable studies construction works management.
REGULATIONS AND LEGISLATION
The rules
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING PROJECT DOCUMENTS OF THE PROJECT REGULATIONS AND LEGISLATION |
10618049 – Chemical Processes Engineering6
Course description:
The chemical engineering
The industrial chemical processes Flowcharts
UNIT OPERATIONS IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY.
Unit operation. Classification. Operations of matter transfer. Operations of heat transfer.
Operations of transport of quantity of movement. Supplementary operations.
Chemical unit operation.
MACROSCOPIC BALANCES OF MATTER AND ENERGY Matter balances
Energy balances
Course description:
The chemical engineering UNIT OPERATIONS IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY. MACROSCOPIC BALANCES OF MATTER AND ENERGY Matter balances |
10618053 – Electrical Technology6
Course description:
GENERAL ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES
STATIC ELECTRICAL MACHINES
Transformers (single phase, three-phases and special)
ROTATIONAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES
Engines (CCE, ACE and SE)
ACTIVATION AND CONTROL OF ROTATIONAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES
ELEMENTS IN LV ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
Design, selection and calculation of elements and circuits of the LV electrical installations (including electrical energy receivers)
Course description:
GENERAL ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES STATIC ELECTRICAL MACHINES ROTATIONAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES ACTIVATION AND CONTROL OF ROTATIONAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES ELEMENTS IN LV ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS |
10618054 – Electronic Instruments of Measurement6
Course description:
CHAPTER 1. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS
1. Range, resolution, sensibility.
2. Sampling frequency. Frequency response.
3. Overshot, settling time.
4. Uncertainty.
CHAPTER 2. EVALUATION OF MEASUREMENT DATA. GUIDE TO THE EXPRESSION OF UNCERTAINTY IN MEASUREMENT
1. General metrological terms.
2. Type A and type B standar uncertainty.
3. Combined uncertainty, Expanded uncertainty, Reporting uncertainty.
4. The true value and tha corrected value.
5. Graphical representation.
CHAPTER 3. RANDOM DATA, MEASUREMENTS AND EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSIS
1. Sources or errors in electronic measurement equipment.
2. Statistical estimators in measurement:biased and unbiased.
3. Autocorrelation and spectra.
CHAPTER 4. DATA ACQUISITION: THEORY AND PRACTICE
1. Electronic equipment functional blocks.
2. Analog to digital converters.
3. Sampling theorem. Aliasing and leakage effects.
4. Discrete spectra.
CHAPTER 5. INTERFERENCES AND NOISE
1. Types of interferences.
2. Coupling mechanisms.
3. Modeling interferences.
4. Noise in electronic circuits.
5. Short term stability.
CHAPTER 6. SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS
1. Classification of sensors and transducers.
2. Electronic conditioning.
3. Displacement.
4. Temperature.
5. Accelerometers. Vibration characterization.
6. Force and torque.
7. Flow.
8. Other magnitudes.
9. Smart sensors.
CHAPTER 7. NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT)
1. Acoustic Emission (AE): testing and
monitoring.
2. Piezoelectric acoustic emission sensors.
3. Electromagnetic method.
4. Digital imaging
5. Ultrasonics.
6. Leak testing method.
7. Radiology (X and Gamma) method.
8. Radiology (neutron) method.
CHAPTER 8. NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL THROUGH
ELECTRONICS
1. Electronics as the key to vibration
control.
2. Structure of a control electronic system.
3. Electronic mesurement and diagnostics.
4. Vibration transducers: more.
5. Equipment.
LAB EXPERIENCE 1. OSCILLOSCOPES
Elements of the oscilloscope. Calibration of probes.
Measurement of different magnitudes:voltages, time and frequency.
Rise time.Spectral analysis. Function generator synchronization issues.
LAB EXPERIENCE 2. FREQUENCYMETERS AND PULSE COUNTERS
Frequency measurement. Period measurement.
Time-interval counters. Totalizers: event counters.
LAB EXPERIENCE 3. A/D AND D/A CONVERTERS
Design and Simulation of A/D and D/A converters via PSPICE.
LAB EXPERIENCE 4. DATA ACQUISITION
Data acquisition and random data in measurement equipment. Data acquisition boards and MATLAB to
handle data.
LAB EXPERIENCE 5. SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS
Temperature, position, vibration, ultrasonics transducers, torque sensors, load cells.
Course description:
CHAPTER 1. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS CHAPTER 2. EVALUATION OF MEASUREMENT DATA. GUIDE TO THE EXPRESSION OF UNCERTAINTY IN MEASUREMENT CHAPTER 3. RANDOM DATA, MEASUREMENTS AND EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSIS CHAPTER 4. DATA ACQUISITION: THEORY AND PRACTICE CHAPTER 5. INTERFERENCES AND NOISE CHAPTER 6. SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS CHAPTER 7. NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT) CHAPTER 8. NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL THROUGH LAB EXPERIENCE 1. OSCILLOSCOPES LAB EXPERIENCE 2. FREQUENCYMETERS AND PULSE COUNTERS LAB EXPERIENCE 3. A/D AND D/A CONVERTERS LAB EXPERIENCE 4. DATA ACQUISITION LAB EXPERIENCE 5. SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS |
10618055 – Control Engineering6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO CONTROL SYSTEMS
COMPONENTS AND STRUCTURES
MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF SYSTEMS
QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE TIME RESPONSE.
CONTROLLERS DESIGN
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN THE SPACE OF STATUS
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO CONTROL SYSTEMS COMPONENTS AND STRUCTURES MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF SYSTEMS QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE TIME RESPONSE. CONTROLLERS DESIGN INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN THE SPACE OF STATUS |
10618076 – End of Grade project (M7)18
Course description:
Course description: |
Advance Training Optional Courses (M5)
10618064 – Metallic Structures Design6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO THE REGULATORY SCHEME, CALCULATION AND PROJECTS OF METALLIC STRUCTURES.
ACTIONS WHEN BUILDING.
THE STRUCTURE. THE ELEMENT. THE JOINTS.
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO THE REGULATORY SCHEME, CALCULATION AND PROJECTS OF METALLIC STRUCTURES. ACTIONS WHEN BUILDING. THE STRUCTURE. THE ELEMENT. THE JOINTS. |
10618065 – Concrete Structures Design6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT BASIS
General principles Actions and materials
FEATURES OF MATERIALS’ PROJECT
Concrete frameworks
DURABILITY
ULTIMATE LIMIT STATES (ULS)
FATIGUE LIMIT STATE FOR STANDARD STRESS
Fatigue ULS for standard stress. General study of break-related methods.
Sizing and check of the sections. Deviated section.
Instability ULS. Fatigue ULS for shear. Fatigue ULS tensile stresses.
SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATES (SLS)
SLS cracking
SLS deformation
STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS
T-sections and similar Frameworks layout Foundation elements
CONCRETE STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION
Introduction to pre-stressed Material for pre-stressing
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT BASIS FEATURES OF MATERIALS’ PROJECT DURABILITY ULTIMATE LIMIT STATES (ULS) FATIGUE LIMIT STATE FOR STANDARD STRESS SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATES (SLS) STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS CONCRETE STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION |
10618066 – Quality Control in Manufacturing Processes6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY
Definitions.
Approaches and meanings of quality. Historic evolution of quality.
Quality management and control.
PLANNING FOR QUALITY
The planning for quality in the business context. Key points in planning.
Market and product analysis. Quality planning and system.
QUALITY STANDARDS
Standardisation and standardisation entities. General concepts concerning standardisation. UNE Quality Standards.
Elements of an internal quality management system. Elements of an internal quality assurance system. Quality User Guide.
QUALITY WHEN PROVIDING SERVICES
Concept and definition of service.
Service issue on product quality. Different types of services portfolio.
Main characteristics of services. Considerations on the design of services.
Elements of the quality system for services.
CONTROL TECHNIQUES – BASIC FOR IMPROVED QUALITY (7 h)
Purposes of the improvement techniques.
The seven tools for quality (7 H). Data collection sheet. Inspection cause-effect diagram.
Histogram. Stratification. Pareto Diagram. Scatter Diagram. Control Graphics.
OTHER BASIC TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVED QUALITY (7 h)
Other improvement techniques. Brainstorming.
Flowchart Tree chart Matricial chart, etc.
PLACEMENTS
Introduction. Management Techniques A. Introduction. Management Techniques B.
Control techniques. Data collection and inspection. Control techniques. Metrology
Other Control techniques.
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY PLANNING FOR QUALITY QUALITY STANDARDS QUALITY WHEN PROVIDING SERVICES CONTROL TECHNIQUES – BASIC FOR IMPROVED QUALITY (7 h) OTHER BASIC TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVED QUALITY (7 h) PLACEMENTS |
10618067 – Welding Technology6
Course description:
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS ON WELDING TECHNOLOGY
THE WELDING PROCEDURES WELDABILITY
INSPECTION AND CONTROL OF WELDING TYPES OF DEFECTS AND CERTIFICATION
Course description:
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS ON WELDING TECHNOLOGY THE WELDING PROCEDURES WELDABILITY INSPECTION AND CONTROL OF WELDING TYPES OF DEFECTS AND CERTIFICATION |
10618068 – Further Mechanisms and Robots Mechanics6
Course description:
SYNTHESIS OF CONCATENATION
ROBOTS MECHANICS: MORPHOLOGY, CHARACTERISTICS AND COMPONENTS
KINEMATICS OF HANDLERS
NON-CONVENTIONAL MECHANISMS
MECHANISMS OF PNEUMATIC FORCE OR COMMAND PNEUMATIC MECHANICAL CIRCUITS
Course description:
SYNTHESIS OF CONCATENATION ROBOTS MECHANICS: MORPHOLOGY, CHARACTERISTICS AND COMPONENTS KINEMATICS OF HANDLERS NON-CONVENTIONAL MECHANISMS MECHANISMS OF PNEUMATIC FORCE OR COMMAND PNEUMATIC MECHANICAL CIRCUITS |
10618069 – Machinery Project and Control6
Course description:
VIBRATIONS IN MACHINES
MODELLING AND DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF MACHINERY
PRELIMINARY PROJECT ON MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION
INTRODUCTION TO A DIAGNOSIS TECHNIQUE IN MACHINES
Course description:
VIBRATIONS IN MACHINES MODELLING AND DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF MACHINERY PRELIMINARY PROJECT ON MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION INTRODUCTION TO A DIAGNOSIS TECHNIQUE IN MACHINES |
10618070 – Thermal Energy Generation6
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO GENERATION AND USE OF THERMAL ENERGY FUELS
COMBUSTION
Characteristics, properties and specifications
Theory, calculations and performance. Control and applicable regulations.
BURNERS
Fireplaces. Draft. Control and regulations.
BOILERS
Types. Applications. Balance and performance.
FURNANCES
Types. Applications. Balance and performance.
CO-GENERATION AND THERMAL FLUIDS NETWORK
Calculations and assessment
ENERGY AUDITS
Methodology, measuring, assessment, identification of potential improvements and profitability assessment.
Course description:
INTRODUCTION TO GENERATION AND USE OF THERMAL ENERGY FUELS COMBUSTION BURNERS BOILERS FURNANCES CO-GENERATION AND THERMAL FLUIDS NETWORK ENERGY AUDITS |
10618071 – Thermal Installations in Buildings6
Course description:
METHODOLOGY FOR CALCULATING THERMAL CHARGES
SELECTION OF AUTONOMOUS EQUIPMENT
TYPES OF THERMAL INSTALLATIONS IN BUILDINGS
TRANSPORT AND DISTRIBUTION OF AIR AND WATER
Course description:
METHODOLOGY FOR CALCULATING THERMAL CHARGES SELECTION OF AUTONOMOUS EQUIPMENT TYPES OF THERMAL INSTALLATIONS IN BUILDINGS TRANSPORT AND DISTRIBUTION OF AIR AND WATER |