Identifying Data 2020/21
Subject (*) Electrical engineering Code 730G05014
Study programme
Grao en Enxeñaría Naval e Oceánica
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Graduate 1st four-month period
Second Obligatory 6
Teaching method Hybrid
Department Enxeñaría Industrial
Gomollon Garcia, Jesus angel
Gomollon Garcia, Jesus angel
Menacho Garcia, Carlos Miguel
Vazquez Rodriguez, Santiago
General description Nesta materia se estuda o análise de circuitos eléctricos e una breve introducción ao funcionamiento das máquinas eléctricas.
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4. Modificacións na avaliación

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Study programme competencies
Code Study programme competences
A9 Knowledge of the theory of circuits and of the characteristics of you hatch them electrical and ability to carry out calculations of systems that these elements take part in.
B2 That the students know how to apply its knowledge to its work or vocation in a professional way and possess the competences that tend to prove itself by the elaboration and defense of arguments and the resolution of problems in its area of study
B3 That the students have the ability to bring together and to interpret relevant data (normally in its area of study) to emit judgments that include a reflection on relevant subjects of social, scientific or ethical kind
B4 That the students can transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to a public as much specialized as not specialized
B5 That the students developed those skills of learning necessary to start subsequent studies with a high degree of autonomy
B6 Be able to carrying out a critical analysis, evaluation and synthesis of new and complex ideas.
C1 Using the basic tools of the technologies of the information and the communications (TIC) necessary for the exercise of its profession and for the learning throughout its life.
C2 Coming across for the exercise of a, cultivated open citizenship, awkward, democratic and supportive criticism, capable of analyzing the reality, diagnosing problems, formulating and implanting solutions based on the knowledge and orientated to the common good.
C3 Understanding the importance of the enterprising culture and knowing the means within reach of the enterprising people.
C4 Recognizing critically the knowledge, the technology and the available information to solve the problems that they must face.
C5 Assuming the importance of the learning as professional and as citizen throughout the life.

Learning aims
Learning outcomes Study programme competences
Apply Ohm's law and Kirchhoff's laws. Use correct general methods of analysis of DC circuits. Analyze any direct current circuit using the most appropriate method. A9
Interpret and differentiate between different types of AC power. Use correctly general methods of analysis of alternating current circuits. Analyzing any AC circuit using the most appropriate method. A9
To analyze the operation of the three-phase balanced and unbalanced circuits. Interpret, differentiate and measure various types of power present in three-phase circuits. A9

Topic Sub-topic
Analysis of DC circuits Basics
Circuit elements
Association of elements
Mesh analysis
Nodal analysis
Circuit Theorems
Analysis of AC circuits Basics
Analysis of circuits in sinusoidal steady state
Power and energy steady state sinusoidal
Theorems steady state sinusoidal
Analysis three-phase circuits Overview
Balanced and unbalanced three-phase circuits
Power in three-phase circuits
Measurement of power in three-phase circuits
Circuit analysis transient Basics
First order circuits
Second order circuits
Laplace Transform
Introduction to the operation of electric machines Magnetic circuits and energy conversion
General principles of electrical machines

Methodologies / tests Competencies Ordinary class hours Student’s personal work hours Total hours
Introductory activities A9 C5 1.5 2.5 4
Guest lecture / keynote speech A9 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 30 30 60
Problem solving A9 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 30 30 60
Laboratory practice A9 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 10 10 20
Mixed objective/subjective test A9 B2 2.5 2.5 5
Personalized attention 1 0 1
(*)The information in the planning table is for guidance only and does not take into account the heterogeneity of the students.

Methodologies Description
Introductory activities Presentation of the subject, in large group (GG).
Guest lecture / keynote speech Oral presentation complemented the use of media and the introduction of questions aimed at motivating students, in order to impart knowledge and facilitate learning.

Corresponds to the kind of theory, large group (GG).
Problem solving Technique by to be solved a particular problem situation, from the knowledge and procedures that have been studied and worked.

Corresponds to the class of problems, medium group (GM).
Laboratory practice Methodology that allows students to apply the knowledge acquired through the completion of practical activities.

It is for the workshop exercises, small group (GP).
Mixed objective/subjective test Esta proba consiste na resolución de problemas e/ou ítems.

Personalized attention
Mixed objective/subjective test
Tutorials review.

In the case of part-time students, they will have exam sessions before each continuous assessment exam. In addition, they will be given a collection of objective tests and problems to solve throughout the course.

Methodologies Competencies Description Qualification
Mixed objective/subjective test A9 B2 This test consists of solving problems and / or items, and will be valued between 10 points. 80
Laboratory practice A9 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 In the January call, the grade will be the sum of the mark corresponding to the attendance and evaluation of the workshop practices, which will be valued between 0 and 5 points, and the mark of a final exam (multiple-choice test), which it will also be valued between 0 and 5 points.

In the July exam, the grade will coincide with the corresponding final exam grade (multiple choice test), which will be valued between 0 and 10 points.
Assessment comments

To pass the course it is necessary to pass the theory and problems part and the laboratory practices part. The course will also be approved if, by reaching a grade greater than or equal to 3.5 points in the laboratory practice grade, it will compensate with the theory and problems part. The final grade is the sum of the (theory and problems grade) * 0.80 and the (laboratory practice grade) * 0.20. In the presentation of the subject (first day of class), additional activities may be indicated, the assessment of which will be added to the objective test mark of the theory and problems part. In any case, the grade for this part may not exceed 10 points.

In the case of part-time students, there will be a periodic and continuous evaluation, with objective tests and problems, after teaching each subject of the subject. In the second opportunity, all the subjects will enter the exam. Attendance to theory and problem classes is not compulsory (100% waiver), although you will be offered full flexibility to attend the group of your choice; however, attendance at the workshop practice class is necessarily mandatory (0% waiver), although you will also be offered full assistance flexibility.

Sources of information
Basic Fraile Mora, J. (2012). Circuitos eléctricos. Madrid: Pearson
Paul, C.R. (2001). Fundamentals of electric circuits analysis. USA: John Willey and Sons
Alexander, C.K. y Sadiku, M.N.O. (2013). Fundamentos de circuitos eléctricos. Méjico: McGraw-Hill
Fraile Mora, J. (2008). Máquinas eléctricas. Madrid: McGraw-Hill
Eguiluz Morán, L.I. y Sánchez Barrios, P. (1989). Pruebas de examen de teoría de circuitos. Santander: Universidad de Cantabria
Eguiluz Morán, L.I. et al. (2001). Pruebas objetivas de circuitos eléctricos. Barañáin (Navarra): EUNSA
Eguiluz Morán, L.I. (1986). Pruebas objetivas de ingeniería eléctrica. Madrid: Alhambra
Sánchez Barrios, P. et al. (2007). Teoría de circuitos: problemas y pruebas objetivas orientadas al aprendizaje.. Madrid: Pearson/Prentice Hall
Humet, L., Alabern, X. y García, A. (1997). Tests de Electrotecnia. Fundamentos de circuitos. Barcelona: Marcombo
Parra, V. et al. (1976). Unidades didácticas de teoría de circuitos (2 vols.). Madrid: UNED


Subjects that it is recommended to have taken before
Calculus /730G03001
Linear Algebra/730G03006
Physics II/730G03009

Subjects that are recommended to be taken simultaneously

Subjects that continue the syllabus
Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits/730G03016
Installations for Industrial Plants/730G03031

Other comments

"To help achieve a sustained immediate environment and meet the goal of action number 5: "Healthy and sustainable environmental and social teaching and research" of the "Green Campus Ferrol Action Plan":

             The delivery of the documentary works that are made in this matter:

               • Will be requested in virtual format and / or computer support

               • It will be done through Moodle, in digital format without the need to print them

               • If it is necessary to make them on paper:

                   - Plastics will not be used

                   - Double-sided prints will be made.

                   - Recycled paper will be used.

                   - Printing of drafts will be avoided.

• There must be a sustainable use of resources and the prevention of negative impacts on the natural environment


(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.