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Syllabus 2019-20 - 13512015 - Low voltage electrical facilities (Instalaciones eléctricas de baja tensión)

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DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería eléctrica (13512015)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería mecánica (13612028)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13712021)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Low voltage electrical facilities
CODE: 13512015 (*) ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
ECTS CREDITS: 6.0 YEAR: 3 SEMESTER: PC
 
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: VERDEJO ESPINOSA, MARÍA ÁNGELES
DEPARTMENT: U120 - INGENIERÍA ELÉCTRICA
FIELD OF STUDY: 535 - INGENIERÍA ELÉCTRICA
OFFICE NO.: A3 - 234 E-MAIL: mverdejo@ujaen.es P: 953212462
WEBSITE: http://www10.ujaen.es/conocenos/departamentos/ingele/4692
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
 
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

THEORETICAL CONTENTS:
ITEM 1. INTRODUCTION AND GENERALITIES OF LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS.
1.1. Subject of the subject
1.2. Assignment program
1.3. Methodology of theory and practices
1.4. Evaluation
1.5. Safety and quality of facilities
1.6. Normative
1.7. Authorized installers in BT
1.8. Documentation of the facilities.
1.9. Execution and processing of facilities
1.10. Verifications and inspections
1.11. Context of the Subject in the International Panorama of Intelligent Electrical Networks for the Energy Transition.
ITEM 2. DISTRIBUTION IN LOW VOLTAGE. THE ELECTRIC DRIVER
2.1. Description of an electric power system
2.2. Distribution networks in B.T.
2.3. Influence of the nature of the current on the section and weight of the drivers
2.4. Influence of tension on the choice of line section
2.5. The electric conductor
2.6. The electric box
2.7. The short
2.8. Calculation of the short-circuit current in the REBT.
2.9. The distribution systems in the REBT
2.10. The insulation levels of the conductors in the REBT
2.11. problems
ITEM 3. ELECTRICAL CALCULATION OF THE DRIVERS OF THE LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL LINES
3.1. Calculation of the section of a driver
3.2. Calculation of the section of the conductor in a line of alternating current and direct current, with a single charge
3.3. Open lines with distributed loads
3.4. Open lines with uniformly distributed loads
3.5. Open lines with irregularly distributed loads and others evenly distributed
3.6. Open lines with derivations
3.7. Closed line fed by both ends to the same voltage
3.8. Ring lines
3.9. Voltage drop in a closed line of non-uniform section
3.10. Imperfectly closed lines
3.11. Open lines
3.12. problems
ITEM 4. AERIAL AND UNDERGROUND DISTRIBUTION LINES IN B.T. ELECTRICAL CALCULATION
4.1. Distribution networks in BT
4.2. Aerial distribution networks in B.T. with naked drivers.
4.3. Aerial distribution networks in B.T. with unipolar insulated conductors.
4.4. Aerial distribution networks in B.T. with insulated stranded conductors
4.5. Underground distribution networks in B.T.
4.6. Aerial networks for distribution in the REBT. Generalities
4.7 underground networks for distribution in the REBT.
4.8. Summary of the electrical calculation of a distribution line. Load forecast
4.9. problems
ITEM 5. LINK INSTALLATION
5.1. Forecast of loads in buildings
5.2. The link installation: definition, parts
5.3. General protection box
5.4. Calculation of the short-circuit current at the beginning of the installation
5.5 General food line
5.6. Centralization of meters
5.7. Individual derivation
5.8. General control and protection devices
5.9. Summary
5.10. problems
UNIT 6. INTERIOR FACILITIES
6.1. General prescriptions in indoor or receiving facilities. ITC-BT.19
6.2. Installation systems in indoor or receiving installations. ITC-BT-20
6.3. Pipes and protective channels in interior or receiving installations. ITC-BT-21
6.4. Protection against overcurrents in indoor or receiving installations. ITC-BT-22
6.5. Indoor installations in homes. ITC-BT-25, 26 and 27
6.6. Other facilities in a residential building
6.7. Installations in singular and industrial buildings
6.8. Premises of public concurrence. ITC-BT-28
6.9. Premises with risk of fire or explosion. ITC-BT-29
6.10. Premises with special characteristics. ITC-BT-30
6.11. Special-purpose facilities
6.12. Calculation of the section of the conductors in the Interior installations
6.13. problems
ITEM 7. LOW VOLTAGE ASSEMBLY
7.1. Electric switchgear. Definition and classification
7.2. Electrical characteristics of the switching and protection devices.
7.3. Maneuvering devices
7.4. Protection devices
7.5. Protection against overloads and short circuits of lines: calculation of the device.
7.6. Selectivity
7.7. Overcurrent protection in the REBT.
7.8. The differential protection in the REBT.
7.9. The protection against overvoltages in the REBT.
7.10. problems
ITEM 8. INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR LIGHTING
8.1. Lighting technology The light. The color.
8.2. Properties of light: reflection, refraction, transmission, absorption
8.3. Magnitudes and light units.
8.4. Fundamental laws of lighting technology
8.5. Lamps and lights
8.6. Lighting diagrams
8.7. Interior lighting. Calculation by the method of the Lumens
8.8. Outdoor lighting
8.9. Lighting with projectors
8.10. problems
ITEM 9. EARTHING
9.1. Introduction and purpose
9.2. The land
9.3. The electrodes
9.4. Study of the resistance of the earthing
9.5. Contact voltage and step voltage
9.6. The earth resistance depending on the sensitivity of the differential switch
9.7. The grounding installation in the REBT

9.8. Measurement of grounding
9.9. problems
UNIT 10. MECHANICAL CALCULATION OF THE AIRLINE DISTRIBUTION LINES IN B.T.
10.1. Airlines. Mechanical calculation
10.2. Supports Types of supports
10.3. Aerial distribution networks in BT. with insulated stranded conductors. Features.
10.4. Aerial networks for distribution in the REBT. Mechanical calculation of the conductors
10.5. Aerial networks for distribution in the REBT. Mechanical calculation of the supports
10.6. problems
UNIT 11. TRANSFORMATION CENTERS
11.1. Definition and functions of a transformation center
11.2. Classification of transformation centers
11.3. Constitution of a CT.
11.4. Neutral regime in the CT.
11.5. Switchgear and protection in MT. in the CT.
11.6. Maneuvers in the CT.
11.7. Grounding in the CT.
11.8. Ventilation of a CT.
11.9. Calculation of a CT.
11.10. problems
UNIT 12. ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN B.T.
12.1. Definitions on safety and health at work
12.2. Electric risk
12.3. Effects of current on the human body
12.4. Factors on which the physiological effects depend on the human body due to the passing of the current
12.5. Types of accidents by electrical contact
12.6. Protections in electrical installations
12.7. Electrical work in BT.
12.8. First aid in an electrical accident
12.9. problems
ITEM 13. DOCUMENTATION, EXECUTION, PROCESSING AND COMMISSIONING OF THE FACILITIES
13.1. Documentation, execution, processing and commissioning of facilities
13.2. Technical specification of design
13.3. Technical project
ITEM 14. APPLICATION PROJECT
14.1. Definition of the project
14.2. Calculations
PRACTICAL CONTENTS
P1 Projects of Electrical Installations of B.T.
P2 Technical visits to Electrical Installations of B.T.
P3. Inspection and verification of low voltage installations
P4: Compensation of reactive energy.
P5: Overcurrent protection
P6: Protection of persons I-II

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Theoretical classes:

The theoretical classes will offer a tour of the course subject, can be taught in the classroom, laboratories or seminars.

There will be theoretical explanations and realization of practical problems, exercises, works and participatory debates.

The slate, slide show, videos, images, and all those means that are useful for the better understanding of the contents studied will be used.

It will be possible to use computer and simulation tools, programs of calculation of facilities, etc., for the realization of practical exercises, projects, etc.

Lab practices:

In these practical classes, students are expected to consolidate the knowledge acquired in the theoretical classes, especially those referring to aspects of equipment use and design / assembly of electrical installations.

Seminars

The seminars will be used to complement the contents of the subject. It is possible to work on a specific theme or content, and the students and teachers can discuss about it, carry out projects and work on it, analyze the conclusions obtained and investigate issues related to the topic to be debated.

It is a question of the students exposing their opinions, research and work and be able to analyze the results with a critical thinking and also discuss different opinions of other colleagues to find the solution most appropriate to the problem.

Tutoring, as an individualized method of learning follow-up and development of the aforementioned capacities. The tutorials will try to solve the doubts raised by the students about the theoretical / practical classes or about the relations of problems that the students must carry out

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

THEORETICAL-PRACTICAL EXAM WRITING:

Official Examination of the Subject. It will be done at the end of the theoretical and practical contents of it.

In order to take this exam, it is necessary that the students have passed the Laboratory Practices, in attendance and delivery of reports.

This exam contains 2 parts, a Theoretical, which is valued with 30% of the grade and another Practice or problem solving and exercises, which is valued with 70% of the grade.

This test must be passed with at least a score of 4 points out of 10, so that all other laboratory practice scores, jobs, etc. can be added.

The teacher reserves the option to take a partial exam, depending on the evaluation of the course.

Summary of Assessment and Evaluation according to the Evaluation System (weights):

S1: 10% of the final grade

(This score will be obtained if the students perform the exercises and problems proposed, both in face-to-face classes and in virtual teaching, within the established deadline and with the appropriate format)

S2: 65%

(This score will be the maximum to be obtained in the completion of the written exam, in which the theory and problems will be evaluated, as explained above)

S3: 25%

(This score is divided into two parts)

    - S3-A: 15%. It will be the evaluation of the attendance and presentation of memories of the Laboratory Practices

    - S3-B: 10%. It corresponds to the evaluation and presentation of the directed academic activity, work, project, etc.

Through the first aspect of the evaluation system (S1) the student's progress in the competences CEL2, CT2, CB2R, CB4R CB4R, CB5R and the learning result 1 will be assessed.

The second aspect of the assessment system (S2) will evaluate the student's progress in the competences CEL2, CT2, CB2R, CB4R CB4R, CB5R and the learning result 1.
By means of the third aspect of the evaluation system (S3) the student's progress in the competences CEL2, CT2, CB2R, CB4R CB4R, CB5R and the learning result 1 will be assessed.

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
  • Product Details Electrical Wiring Residential . Edition: Delmar Learning; 17 edition (February 1, 2013). Author: Simmons and Mullin
  • Product Details Electrical Wiring Residential . Edition: Delmar Learning; 17 edition (February 1, 2013). Author: Simmons and Mullin
  • A handbook on the requirements for electrical installations: the IEE wiring regulations 16th edition. Edition: 2nd. ed. Author: Electrical Contractors' Association Scotland. Publisher: Oxford [etc]: Blackwell science, 1998  (Library)
  • Handbook of electrical installation practice. Edition: 3rd ed. Author: -. Publisher: Oxford [etc.]: lackwell Science, cop. 1996  (Library)
  • Electrical installation and workshop technology. Edition: -. Author: Thompson, T. G.. Publisher: Harlow: Longman Scientific & Technical, 1992  (Library)
  • Electrical Installation Designs . Edition: -. Author: Atkinson, Bill, Lovegrove, Roger, Gundry, Gary and Allen, Martyn. Publisher: Wiley; 4 edition (November 26, 2012)
  • Electrical Installation Designs . Edition: -. Author: Atkinson, Bill, Lovegrove, Roger, Gundry, Gary and Allen, Martyn. Publisher: Wiley; 4 edition (November 26, 2012)
  • Product Details Electrical Wiring Residential . Edition: Delmar Learning; 17 edition (February 1, 2013). Author: Simmons and Mullin
  • Instalaciones de distribución. Edition: -. Author: Sanz Serrano, José Luis. Publisher: Madrid : Paraninfo, [2010]  (Library)
  • Instalaciones eléctricas de baja tensión. Edition: -. Author: Rodríguez Fernández, Julián. Publisher: Madrid : Paraninfo, 2012  (Library)
  • Instalaciones eléctricas en baja tensión : diseño, cálculo, dirección, seguridad y montaje. Edition: 2ª ed. Author: Colmenar Santos, Antonio. Publisher: Madrid : Ra-Ma, 2012  (Library)