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Syllabus 201920  14712019  Machine Mechanics (Mecánica de máquinas)
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FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES
DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería química industrial (14912024)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES
DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería química industrial (14412018)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES
DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería mecánica (14612017)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES
DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería de recursos energéticos e Ing. química industrial (15112024)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES
DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería mecánica (14812025)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF LINARES
ACADEMIC YEAR: 201920
NAME: Machine Mechanics


CODE: 14712019 (*)  ACADEMIC YEAR: 201920  
LANGUAGE: English  LEVEL: 1  
ECTS CREDITS: 6.0  YEAR: 2  SEMESTER: PC 
NAME: FELIPE SESE, LUIS ANTONIO  
DEPARTMENT: U121  INGENIERÍA MECÁNICA Y MINERA  
FIELD OF STUDY: 545  INGENIERÍA MECÁNICA  
OFFICE NO.: D  047  EMAIL: lfelipe@ujaen.es  P:  
WEBSITE:   
LANGUAGE:   LEVEL: 1  
BLOCK 1. INTRODUCTION AND STATIC OF PARTICLE.
ITEM 1. Introduction to vector mechanics.
1.1. Introduction.
1.2. The mechanics in mechanical engineering.
1.3. Basic trigonometric.
ITEM 2. Static of particles.
2.1. Addition and decomposition of forces.
2.2. Balance and Newton's first law.
BLOCK 2. STATICS IN SOLIDS, STRUCTURES AND MACHINES.
ITEM 3. Mechanical effect of forces on a solid. System forces.
3.1. Mechanical effect of a force on a solid.
3.2. Torque.
3.3. Solving systems of forces.
ITEM 4. Statics of rigid bodies.
4.1. Equilibrium of rigid bodies in three dimensions.
4.2. Flat balance problems.
4.3. Calculating the resultant of the internal forces in a section of the solid.
ITEM 5. Static mechanical systems. Structures and machines.
5.1. Equilibrium systems formed by different solid link.
5.2. Fundamentals of structural analysis.
5.3. Analysis of forces in machines and structures.
BLOCK 3. MOMENTS FIRST AND SECOND ORDER.
ITEM 6. Centre of gravity, mass and centroid.
6.1. Centroid of a solid.
6.2. Moments of the first order. Calculating centroids.
6.3. Applications of the moments of first and second order.
ITEM 7. Moments of inertia of flat surfaces.
7.1. Secondorder moments or inertia.
7.2. Introduction to applications of the moments of inertia strength calculation.
7.3. Products of inertia. Principal axes of inertia.
7.4. Applications Mohr Circle.
ITEM 8. Moments of inertia.
8.1. Secondorder moments mass. Moments of inertia about axis.
8.2. Introduction to the main and inertia ellipsoid axes.
BLOCK 4. APPLICATIONS OF FRICTION AND ENERGY ISSUES.
ITEM 9. Friction. Applications.
9.1. Dry or Coulomb friction.
9.2. Rolling resistance.
9.3. Wheel static analysis.
ITEM 10. Energy and balance.
10.1. Virtual work.
10.2. Mechanical performance.
10.3. Potential and energy balance.
BLOCK 5. FUNDAMENTALS OF SOLID DYNAMICS.
ITEM 11. Dynamics of the particle.
11.1. Basics Kinematics.
11.2. Basics Kinetics.
11.3. Energy.
ITEM 12. Mechanics of particle systems.
12.1. Impulsive movement and collisions between particles.
12.2. Mechanics of particle systems.
12.3. Application of the theorem of conservation of angular momentum variable mass systems.
ITEM 13. Kinematics of rigid body.
13.1. Fundamental concepts of kinematics solid.
13.2. Basic movements of a solid.
13.3. Plane motion of a solid.
13.4. Plane motion of a mechanical system.
13.5. Introduction to the general movement of the rigid solid.
In
the lectures will alternate the exposition of the theory and
methods of general approach to the resolution of examples of
exercises ((M1  Lectures, M2  Exhibition of theory and general
examples, M3  introductory and troubleshooting activities
M5

Lectures in large group: Other) .With a total of 45 hours and
autonomous work by the student estimated 67.5 hours.En these
classes the CC7, CT2, CT4 skills will be developed.
For
practical classes in groups of solving the practical problems and
laboratory happen.
(M11
 Solving exercises, M6  practical activities, M7  Classes in
small group: Seminars, M8  Classes in small group: Debates) In
these classes the CT4, CB3, CB4, CC7, CT2, CT4, CT6 skills will be
developed
.
Collective
tutorials will deal with collateral aspects necessary for the
correct numerical resolution of problems in order to minimize
errors and achieve an appropriate level of accuracy.
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
A
written final exam will be conducted (to assess CB3, CB4, CC7, CT2,
CT6, CB2 skills) as general assessment procedure.
This
exam will consist mainly of exercises and practical problems, in
which both the method of approach and resolution used, as accuracy
and expression of the results will be assessed.
The
review may include brief questions of a theoretical nature.
For
all calls of course other evaluation criteria such as attendance
and participation in class, reports of laboratory practice and
delivery of activities proposed by the teacher are taken into
consideration (to assess CT4, CC7, CT2, CT6, skills CB2
);
that
will influence the final grade as indicated in the table above.
Regarding
the written exam, students need to obtain a minimum score of five
points over ten to pass the course and take into account the
practice calification.
Attendance
at practices and present the proposed exercises in the stipulated
time is mandatory to pass the course in each call.
The
course is approved or suspended in each edition in its
entirety.