## Syllabus 2015-16 - 14613002 - Vehicle Engineering (Ingeniería de vehículos)

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 DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería mecánica FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES ACADEMIC YEAR: 2015-16 COURSE: Vehicle Engineering
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
 NAME: Vehicle Engineering CODE: 14613002 ACADEMIC YEAR: 2015-16 LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1 ECTS CREDITS: 6.0 YEAR: 4 SEMESTER: PC
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
 NAME: FELIPE SESE, LUIS ANTONIO DEPARTMENT: U121 - INGENIERÍA MECÁNICA Y MINERA FIELD OF STUDY: 545 - INGENIERÍA MECÁNICA OFFICE NO.: D - 047 E-MAIL: lfelipe@ujaen.es P: - WEBSITE: - ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7119-512X LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

Item 1. General Concepts 1.1 . General. 1.2. History and evolution of the automobile. 1.3. Vehicle classification. Types. Models. 1.4. Power and weight.

Item 2. longitudinal dynamics: Performance. 21. Resistances to movement. 2.2. Longitudinal fundamental equation of motion. 2. 3. Traction effort. 2.4. Engine characteristics and traction. 2.5. Predicting performance: Maximum speed and acceleration. 2.6. Adherence. Maximum inclination to start and reach depending on the grip and the traction type: Front, rear and total.

Item 3. longitudinal dynamics: Braking 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Forces and moments acting on the braking process. 3.3. Conditions imposed by adhesion. Optimum distribution of braking forces. Adhesion curves. 3. 4. Industrial braking systems solutions. Mechanical calculation of braking. 3.5. Anti-block braking system (ABS). 3.6. Legislation.

Item 4. Lateral dynamics: Address 4.4. Introduction. 4. 5. Steering characteristics. 4.6. Kinematic study of management. Ackerman trapeze. 4.7. Circulation curve. Limiting speed skidding and overturning. 4.8. Industrial systems management solutions. 4.9. Considerations when designing the kinematics of the direction of a vehicle with rigid front axle (trucks). 4.10. Process for calculating the steering geometry of a car. Angles and dimensions of the steering wheels: Salida, fall and advancement. Convergence.

Item 5. Vertical Dynamics: Suspension. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. The suspension system: spring-damper. 5.3. Pitch and swing movement. 5.4. Suspension settings. Types. 5.5. Industry Solutions suspension: Ballestas, coil springs, torsion bars, hydraulic shock absorbers, etc. 5.6. Mechanical calculation of suspension elements. 5.7. The electronic suspension systems: self-leveling suspension and intelligent.

Item 6. Propulsion system: The powerplant. 6.1. Internal combustion engines. 6.1.1. Otto cycle 6.1.2. Diesel cycle. 6.1.3. Rotary and turbine engines. 6.2. Characteristic curves. 6.2.1. Power curves, torque and consumption. 6.2.2. Utilization curves. 6.3. Basic engine components. 6.3.1. Cooling system. 6.3.2. Distribution system. 6.3.3. Supply and exhaust system. 6.4. Calculation of the required power output installed in a vehicle. 6.5. Calculating engine components. 6.6. Future energy alternatives.

Item 7. Transmission system. 7.1. The clutch. 7.1.1. Types and characteristics. 7.1.2. Calculating a clutch elements. Limits on the draft clutch. 7.2.1. The need for the gearbox and reducer group. 7.2.2. Defining relations of the box. Speed ââ‚¬â€¹ââ‚¬â€¹diagrams. 7.2.3. Automatic gearboxes. 7.2.4. Wheel drive. 7.2.5. Constructive details. Technical solutions. 7.3. Shaft. 7.3.1. Calculation of longitudinal transmission shaft. 7.3.2. Critical speeds. 7.4. Differential gear and axles. 7.4.1. The differential mechanism. Technical solutions. 7.4.2. Axles: Front and rear. Technical solutions.

Item 8. Electrical System. 8.1. The electrical system 12/14 V. 8.1.1. The generator. 8.1.2. Battery. 8.1.3. Ignition types. 8.1.4. Lighting and controls. 8.1.5. The electronics in the motor vehicle. 8.1.6. Future solutions. You Install 42 V?

Item 9.-Body-frame structure. 9.1. Frame or chassis. 9.2. Body. 9.2.1. Integral. 9.2.2. Freestanding. 9.3. Calculation of the frame. 9.4. Considerations in special vehicles. 9.5. Aerodynamics and stability. 9.6. Interiors. Ergonomics.

Item 10. Major reforms in road vehicles. 10.1. Legislation. Real Decreto 866/2010. 10.2. Transformations of the basic vehicle and typified in the RD 866/2010  Examples 10.2.1. Vehicles Tipper / rocker. 10.2.2. Vehicle cranes. 10.2.3. Other configurations.

Item 11. Reliability. The vehicle safety. 11.1.1. Reliability and design. 11.1.2. Reliability and manufacturing. 11.1.3. Reliability and security. 11.2. Reliability mathematical basis. 11.2.1. Statistics and probability. 11.2.2. Fault density curve. 11.2.3. Failure rate. 11.2.4. The bathtub curve. Types of faults. 11.2.5. Average life and MTBF. 11.2.6. Reliability of a system. 11.3. Reliability tests 11.3.1. Types of tests. 11.3.2. Test plan. 11.4. Practical applications. The Weibull plot. 11.5. The motor vehicle safety. 11.5.1. Active safety. 11.5.1.1. Information system and transmission. 11.5.1.2. Operating vehicle performance. 11.5.1.3. Braking. 11.5.1.4. Overtaking vehicle. 11.5.1.5. Weight and dimensions. 11.5.1.6. Speed ââ‚¬â€¹ââ‚¬â€¹and acceleration. Steering and suspension. Tires. 11.5.2. Passive safety. 11.5.2.1. Set of devices with security functions. 11.5.2.2. Frontal crash. Lateral shock. 11.6. Vehicle Inspection.

Item 12. Environmental impact. Recycling. 12.1. Environment. 12.2. Environmental pollution. 12.2.1. Emissions. 12.2.2. Acoustic emission. 12.3. Environmentally friendly vehicles. 12.3.1. The fuel cell. 12.3.2. The battery-powered electric vehicle. 12.4. 12.4.1 recyclability. Draft European Directive. 12.4.2. Treatment of Life Vehicles. 12.4.2.1. Reduction or prevention. 12.4.2.2. Reuse. 12.4.2.3. Recycled. 12.4.2.4. Recovery. 12.4.3. Current situation and future scheme. 12.4.3.1. Sources of life vehicles. 12.4.3.2. Breakers. 12.4.3.3. Fragmenting. 12.4.3.4. Recyclers. 12.4.3.5. Economic considerations. 12.4.3.6. Conclusions

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Classes will be taught with theoretical content (M1 - Lectures, M2 - Exhibition of theory and examples general and M3 - introductory and troubleshooting activities) With a total of 45 contact hours and self-employment is estimated by students of 67.5 hours .In these classes the skills CC7, CEM2, CEM4 be developed CEM8

Practice (- Resolution of exercises and M6 - M11 practice activities) Classes will be held. Here students must complete individual and / or group and exponiendolos.En these classes CT1, CT4, CT6 skills will be developed and the performance of works presented also be developed CT1 and CT6.

Lectures. The basic concepts of the subject will be presented through multimedia presentations, theoretical presentations, and implementation examples.

Practices. Some content will be explored through activities involving the practical application of knowledge through exercises, tools and company visits.

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

The rating system will be governed by the provisions of RD 1125/2003 of 5 September by the European credit system and the grading system in the university degrees of official status is established.

The final examination evaluates skills: CEM2, CEM4, CC7, CB5, CB4.

The evaluation through practical, exhibitions and deliverables exercises assesses skills: CT4, CT1, CT6, CB2 , CB3 , CB4, CB5, CC7.

Attendance is compulsory practical classes of the course to pass the course.

In order to pass the course must pass the theory exam .

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
• Theory of ground vehicles. Edition: 4th. ed.. Author: Wong, J. Y. (Jo Yung). Publisher: New York : John Wiley and Sons, cop. 2008  (Library)