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EDUCATIONAL GUIDE
16006 - BASIC PHYSICS OF STRUCTURES (2016-17)

Code16006
Crdts. ECTS.6


Departments and Areas
DepartmentsAreaDept. Respons.Report Respos.
PHYSICS, ENGINEERING SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL THEORYAPPLIED PHYSICS


Study Programme sin which they are taught
DEGREE IN TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE


Subject context (2016-17)

Basic Physics of Structures is a basic subject in the degree in Technical Architecture. This course aims firstly to revisit areas of mechanics which may have been covered in pre-university Physics, and to build on this common base the principles of mechanics of solids on which many subsequent modules depend. This includes basic equilibrium, work and energy and the analysis of statically determinate frameworks, leading into a major section on the analysis of stress and strain in two and three dimensions, which includes material failure criteria. The architecture graduate should be able to use the relevant laws of kinematics and dynamics to solve problems of equilibrium of rigid bodies, trusses, and beams. What we do is show problematic situations (open problems relevant to the technical architecture student, both theoretical and practical situations) where we have to think about possible solutions doing research, and not necessarily requiring a numerical answer. This methodology facilitates the autonomy and responsability of the students, the interactivity teacher-student and student-student, and shows the connection between physics and other areas of knowledge.



Lecturer in charge
RODES ROCA , JOSE JOAQUIN


Lecturers (2016-17)
Group Lecturer
TEORÍA DE 160061BELÉNDEZ VÁZQUEZ, TARSICIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 2RODES ROCA, JOSE JOAQUIN
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
PRÁCTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 160061VERA GUARINOS, JENARO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 2VERA GUARINOS, JENARO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 3BELÉNDEZ VÁZQUEZ, TARSICIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 4BELÉNDEZ VÁZQUEZ, TARSICIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 5RODES ROCA, JOSE JOAQUIN
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
PRÁCTICAS DE PROBLEMAS DE 160061BELÉNDEZ VÁZQUEZ, TARSICIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 2BELÉNDEZ VÁZQUEZ, TARSICIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 3RODES ROCA, JOSE JOAQUIN
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD


Students registered (2016-17)
Group (*)Number
1: TEORIA DE 16006 39
2 ING: TEORIA DE 16006 12
TOTAL 51


Registration groups (2016-17)
Group (*)SemesterSessionLanguageDistribution
1  (TEORIA DE 16006) 2do. D CAS from NIF - to NIF -
1  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 16006) 2do. M CAS from NIF - to NIF -
1  (PRACTICAS DE PROBLEMAS DE 16006) 2do. T CAS from NIF - to NIF -
2  (TEORIA DE 16006) 2do. M ANG from NIF - to NIF -
2  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 16006) 2do. M CAS from NIF - to NIF -
2  (PRACTICAS DE PROBLEMAS DE 16006) 2do. T CAS from NIF - to NIF -
3  (PRACTICAS DE PROBLEMAS DE 16006) 2do. M ANG from NIF - to NIF -
3  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 16006) 2do. T CAS from NIF - to NIF -
4  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 16006) 2do. T CAS from NIF - to NIF -
5  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 16006) 2do. M ANG from NIF - to NIF -
(*) 1:1 - CAS
(*) 1:1 - CAS
(*) 1:1 - CAS
(*) 2:2 - CAS
(*) 2:2 - CAS
(*) 2:2 ING - ANG
(*) 3:3 - CAS
(*) 3:3 ING - ANG
(*) 4:4 - CAS
(*) 5:5 ING - ANG


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Timetable (2016-17)
ModeGroup (*)Starting dayEnding dayDayStarting hourEnding hourLecture room 
THEORY CLASS 1 30/01/2017 24/05/2017 X 13:30 14:30 EP/0-23G 
  1 30/01/2017 24/05/2017 J 15:30 16:30 EP/0-22M 
  2 30/01/2017 24/05/2017 X 09:30 10:30 EP/S-11P 
  2 30/01/2017 24/05/2017 J 11:30 12:30 EP/0-22M 
LAB PRACTICALS 1 20/02/2017 20/02/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 27/02/2017 27/02/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 06/03/2017 06/03/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 13/03/2017 13/03/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 20/03/2017 20/03/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 27/03/2017 27/03/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 03/04/2017 03/04/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 10/04/2017 10/04/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 08/05/2017 08/05/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  1 15/05/2017 15/05/2017 L 10:00 11:30 0016PB001 
  2 20/02/2017 20/02/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 27/02/2017 27/02/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 06/03/2017 06/03/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 13/03/2017 13/03/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 20/03/2017 20/03/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 27/03/2017 27/03/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 03/04/2017 03/04/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 10/04/2017 10/04/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 08/05/2017 08/05/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  2 15/05/2017 15/05/2017 L 11:30 13:00 0016PB001 
  3 23/02/2017 23/02/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 02/03/2017 02/03/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 09/03/2017 09/03/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 16/03/2017 16/03/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 23/03/2017 23/03/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 30/03/2017 30/03/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 06/04/2017 06/04/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 04/05/2017 04/05/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 11/05/2017 11/05/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  3 18/05/2017 18/05/2017 J 19:30 21:00 0016PB001 
  4 22/02/2017 22/02/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 01/03/2017 01/03/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 08/03/2017 08/03/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 15/03/2017 15/03/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 22/03/2017 22/03/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 29/03/2017 29/03/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 05/04/2017 05/04/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 12/04/2017 12/04/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 03/05/2017 03/05/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  4 10/05/2017 10/05/2017 X 17:30 19:00 0016PB001 
  5 20/02/2017 20/02/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 27/02/2017 27/02/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 06/03/2017 06/03/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 13/03/2017 13/03/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 20/03/2017 20/03/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 27/03/2017 27/03/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 03/04/2017 03/04/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 10/04/2017 10/04/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 08/05/2017 08/05/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
  5 15/05/2017 15/05/2017 L 13:00 14:30 0016PB001 
PROBLEM PRACTICALS / WORKSHOP 1 30/01/2017 24/05/2017 J 16:30 17:30 EP/0-22M 
  2 30/01/2017 24/05/2017 J 17:30 18:30 EP/0-22M 
  3 30/01/2017 24/05/2017 X 10:30 11:30 EP/S-11P 
(*) CLASE TEÓRICA
 1: 1 - CAS
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE PROBLEMAS / TALLER
 1: 1 - CAS
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE LABORATORIO
 1: 1 - CAS
(*) CLASE TEÓRICA
 2: 2 ING - ANG
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE PROBLEMAS / TALLER
 2: 2 - CAS
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE LABORATORIO
 2: 2 - CAS
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE PROBLEMAS / TALLER
 3: 3 ING - ANG
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE LABORATORIO
 3: 3 - CAS
 4: 4 - CAS
 5: 5 ING - ANG


Subject competences

DEGREE IN TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE

General Competences (CG)
  • G2: Applied knowledge of the principles of general mechanics, the statics of structural systems, geometry of masses, the principles and methods of analysing the elastic behaviour of solids.

General Transversal Competences
  • G11: Skills in a foreign language.
  • G12: Computer and information skills.
  • G13: Oral and written communication skills.


Objectives


Subject objectives/competences (2016-17)

Scientific-technical capacities necessary for professional practice in technical architecture as well as a number of other fields, such as calculation techniques, measurements, appraisals and studies of economic viability, inspection and defects analysis, reports and technical documents, design plan on plots and buildings.

SUBJECT OBJECTIVES

To acquire and apply physics and mathematical knowledge to solve technical architecture situations.

To achieve the basic knowledge of the Physic laws which are needed to understand other subjects study during the degree.

To give a simple description and as complete as possible for statics, and apply it to solve simple structures; establishing the basic relationships that exist between this subject and other subjects in the curriculum.

To calculate centre of mass and moment of inertia of plane surfaces.

To increase the capacity of planning and conducting experiments, as well as analysis and interpretation of experimental data.

To develop autonomy in the learning processes forming capacities and attitudes to facilitate life-long learning and capacities to communicate making use of the scientific language.

To acquire skills in information technologies.



Content


Theoretical and practical contents (2016-17)

The fundamental concepts and principles of Mechanics and force systems. Centroids, centre of gravity, and second moments of area and moments of inertia. Equilibrium of rigid bodies. Elastic behaviour of solids. Internal forces in structural menbers: trusses and beams.


THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL CONTENTS


Chapter I: THE FUNDAMENTALS CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS. I.1. Introduction to physical magnitudes. I.2. Definition of force. Dynamics: Newton's laws. I.3. Scalar and vectorial magnitudes I.4. Basic vectorial algebra and analytical geometry. I.5. Dot product and cross product. Double cross product.


Students must to know this chapter for applying in the subject contents. It will facilitate documents of theory and exercises to practice. Doubts will be answer during tutorial hours.


Chapter II: SLIDING VECTORS. II.1. Definition. II.2. Moment of a sliding vector. II.3. Systems of sliding vectors. II.4. Invariants of a given system of sliding vectors. II.5. Equation of the central axis. II.6. Classification of systems of sliding vectors. II.7. Varignon's theorem.


Chapter III: CENTRE OF GRAVITY OF PLANE SURFACES. III.1. Centre of gravity of plane surfaces. III.2. Systematic calculation of centres of gravity. III.3. Theorems of Pappus and Guldinus. III.4. Static moments and centre of gravity of a surface.


Chapter IV: MOMENTS OF INERTIA OF AREAS. IV.1. Moments of inertia of plane surfaces. IV.2. Radius of gyration of an area. IV.3. Change of the reference system. Steiner's theorem. IV.4. Product of inertia. IV.5. Geometric and mass moments of inertia.


Chapter V: PRINCIPALS MOMENTS AND DIRECTIONS OF INERTIA OF PLANE SURFACES. V.1. Principal moments of inertia of a section. V.2. Principal axes and principal directions of inertia. V.3. Properties of the principal axis of inertia. V.4. Calculation of de principal directions of inertia.


Chapter VI: EQUILIBRIUM OF RIGID BODIES. VI.1. Basic principles of static equilibrium. VI.2. Support and connection types. VI.3. Friction. VI.4. Free-body diagrams.


Chapter VII: ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES TO SOLVE COPLANAR FORCE SYSTEMS. VII.1. Graphical solution for coplanar force systems. VII.2. General case. VII.3. Concurrent force systems. VII.4. Parallel force systems. VII.5. Distributed forces. VII.6. Stability and overturn.


Chapter VIII: GRAPHICAL TECHNIQUES TO SOLVE COPLANAR FORCE SYSTEMS. VIII.1. Analytical solution for coplanar force systems. VIII.2. Polygon of forces. VIII.3. Funicular polygon. VIII.4. Graphics conditions of equilibrium. VIII.5. Properties of the funicular polygon. VIII.6. Applications of graphical techniques.


Chapter IX: MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS. IX.1. Elastic behaviour of solids. IX.2. Method of sections. IX.3. Normal stress and shear stress. IX.4. Axial deformation: Young's modulus.


Chapter X: INTERNAL FORCES IN STRUCTURAL MEMBERS: PLANE TRUSSES. X.1. Plane trusses. Introduction. X.2. Assumptions made in truss analysis. X.3. Isostatic and hyperstatic systems. X.4. Method of joints. X.5. Method of Maxwell-Cremona. X.6. Method of Ritter or method of sections.


Chapter XI: INTERNAL FORCES IN STRUCTURAL MEMBERS: ISOSTATIC PLANE BEAMS. XI.1. Isostatic beams. Introduction. XI.2. Reactions at supports. XI.3. Types of loads on beams. XI.4. Internal forces in beams. Sign convention. XI.5. Loads, shear and axial forces. XI.6. Bending moments. XI.7. Graphical analysis of a beam. XI.8. Elastic curve of a beam.



Types of activities (2016-17)
Teaching activityMethodologyIn-class teaching hoursDistance-based hours
THEORY CLASS
  • It will explain the fundamental concepts of each theme using short conceptual questions, presentations and other audiovisual sources (blogs, web pages, OpenCourseWare, and so on).
  • It will solve examples of application of the theoretical concepts.
  • Students will develop the subject competences of each chapter in accordance with the provided references.
3045
PROBLEM PRACTICALS / WORKSHOP

- In the face-to-face sessions, it will solve exercises belonging to each theme and then students will solve both individually and in group other exercises.
- It will introduce to the students the concept of open problems.
- Students will solve other problems of each chapter in accordance with the exercise proposals.

1522,5
LAB PRACTICALS

In the face-to-face sessions, it will work in group of two or three students, do the measures, and apply the theoretical concepts related to each experiment. Every student must have a notebook in which s/he will write the activity developed in the laboratory.
Students must realize a laboratory report in group.

1522,5
TOTAL6090


Weekly development of the activities (2016-17)
WeekUnitIn-class work descriptionIn-class teaching hoursDistance-based work descriptionDistance-based hours
01 1

Study of the fundamental concepts and principles of mechanics. Discussing and solving exercises of mechanics. Introduction to the experimental measurements and its uncertainties: measuring lengths, areas and volumes. Application to the determination of the area and volume of a room.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “The fundamental concepts and principles of mechanics” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the exercises related to the methods of laboratory.

6,75
021, 2

Sliding vectors (from II.1 to II.4). Discussing and solving exercises of sliding vectors. Introduction to the experimental measurements and its uncertainties: measuring lengths, areas and volumes. Application to the determination of the area and volume of a room.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Sliding vectors” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the exercises related to the methods of laboratory.

6,75
03 2

Sliding vectors (from II.5 to II.7). Discussing and solving exercises of sliding vectors. Experimental measurements and its uncertainties: method of least squares. Application to the determination of the elastic constant of a spring by the static method.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Sliding vectors” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the exercises related to the methods of laboratory.

6,75
04 3

Centre of gravity of plane surfaces. Experimental measurements and its uncertainties: method of least squares. Application to the determination of the elastic constant of a spring by the dynamic method.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Centre of gravity of plane surfaces” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the report of the work in the laboratory.

6,75
05 4

Moments of inertia of areas. Discussing and solving exercises of moments of inertia. Practical session: Determination of the centre of gravity of a homogeneous solid.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Moments of inertia of areas” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the report of the work in the laboratory.

6,75
06 5

Principals moments and directions of inertia of plane surfaces (V.1 and V.2). Discussing and solving exercises of principals moments of inertia. Practical session: Moments of inertia. Steiner's theorem.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Principals moments and directions of inertia of plane surfaces” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the report of the work in the laboratory.

6,75
07 5

Principals moments and directions of inertia of plane surfaces (V.3 and V.4). Discussing and solving exercises of principals moments and directions of inertia. Practical session: Moments of inertia. Steiner's theorem.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Principals moments and directions of inertia of plane surfaces” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the report of the work in the laboratory.

6,75
086

First-semester examination both theory test and problems to solve from the themes I, II, III, IV, and V.

Equilibrium of rigid bodies. Discussing and solving exercises of equilibrium and free-body diagrams. Practical session: Determining the reactions at supports in a beam.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Equilibrium of rigid bodies” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the report of the work in the laboratory.

6,75
09 7

Analytical techniques to solve coplanar force systems. Discussing and solving exercises of equilibrium of rigid bodies. Practical session: Deformation of a beam. Determining the Young's modulus.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Analytical techniques to solve coplanar force systems” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the report of the work in the laboratory.

6,75
10 8

Graphical techniques to solve coplanar force systems. Discussing and solving exercises of equilibrium of rigid bodies, graphical techniques to solve centre of gravity and vertical reaction supports in beams. Practical session: Deformation of a beam. Determining the Young's modulus.

4,5

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Graphical techniques to solve coplanar force systems” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

Do the report of the work in the laboratory.

6,75
119

Mechanical properties of solids. Discussing and solving exercises of axial deformation.

3

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Mechanical properties of solids” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

4,5
12 10

Internal forces in structural members: plane trusses (from X.1 to X.4). Discussing and solving exercises of plane trusses.

3

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Internal forces in structural members: plane trusses” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

4,5
13 10

Internal forces in structural members: plane trusses (X.5 and X.6). Discussing and solving exercises of plane trusses. Practical session: Deflection of a beam with a single load.

3

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Internal forces in structural members: plane trusses” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

4,5
14 11

Internal forces in structural members: isostatic plane beams (XI.1 and XI.4). Discussing and solving exercises of isostatic plane beams.

3

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Internal forces in structural members: isostatic plane beams” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

4,5
1511

Second-semester examination both theory test and problems to solve from the themes V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, and XI.

Internal forces in structural members: isostatic plane beams (from XI.5 to XI.7). Discussing and solving exercises of isostatic plane beams.

3

Study and realization of problems of the contents of the topic “Internal forces in structural members: isostatic plane beams” exposed in the classroom hours, expanding the theoretical and practical concepts with the bibliography and links that will appear in the materials of the topic.

4,5
TOTAL60 90


Evaluation


Evaluation Tools and Criteria (2016-17)

All work (assignments and exams) that you submit must be strictly your own work. Obtaining solutions from any external source or another student's homework or sharing your homework with another student is absolutely not allowed and will imply a mark of ''0'' in the work. Both the head of the department and the Polytechnic School will be informed of this action. Giving and receiving help on concepts is allowed and encouraged. Punishments will be according to the Reglamento de disciplina académica de los Centros oficiales de Enseñanza Superior y de Enseñanza Técnica dependientes del Ministerio de Educación Nacional BOE 12/10/1954.

General evaluation system:

  • Written tests (controls, solving problem reports or exercises, and so on) which will be done individually or in group, throughout the semester for the continuous evaluation of the technical competences of the subject. Students must do at least the 80% of the evaluation activities and earn at least 5 points to 10 to pass this part.
  • It could be evaluated the attendance of classes.
  • Laboratory reports.
  • It could be assessed, if it proceeds, the skills and attitudes showed by the student in the individual or group activities.
  • Final examination, if it proceeds, comprising the whole subject and which contribution to the final mark will not be greater than 50% of the final total mark. Students must earn at least 4 points to 10 to receive an overall grade point average in this course.
TypeCriteriaDescriptionWeighting
ACTIVITIES OF EVALUATION DURING THE SEMESTER

The long term evaluation for June, July and/or December, there will be as follows:

LONG TERM EVALUATION = 20% theory + 15% problems + 15% laboratory

Criteria for problem sessions:

There will be two controls with problems covering the themes I, II, III, IV, and V (week 8), and VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, and XI (week 15).

Professor in the classroom hours could request the delivery of exercises at the end of the session.

The weight in the final evaluation will be 15%.

Criteria for theoretical sessions:

There will be two tests with multiple items covering the themes I, II,  III, IV, and V (week 8) and themes VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, and XI (week 14 or 15).

Professor in the classroom hours could request the delivery of conceptual questions at the end of the session.

The weight in the final evaluation will be 20%.

Criteria for laboratory:

It will be assess: the attitude and participation in the laboratory sessions, and the laboratory reports.

The weight in the final evaluation will be 15%.

Long term evaluation50
FINAL TEST

The final mark for this subject will be contributed by:

FINAL MARK = 50% long term evaluation + 50% final exam

The final exam will consist of resolution of exercises corresponding to the different themes of the course. Students must earn at least 4 points to 10 to receive an overall grade point average in this course. You will have three options to pass the long term evaluation in July and/or December:

  1. Earn at least a 70% in the final exam. FINAL MARK = maximum (5.0; 50% long term evaluation + 50% final exam)
  2. Do a group of activities to demonstrate that they have learned all the contents evaluated during the long term evaluation, if the student has talked to the professor before the end of the semester classes to plan and organize the assessments properly.
  3. If a student has a justified reason for missing long term evaluation, then the student will be given the opportunity to do an specific final exam with a 100% of the final mark which will have three parts mandatory: theory, problems and do a laboratory experience. Professors of the subject, or the coordinator, will analyse if the submitted reasons are justified or not.
Final examination50
TOTAL100


Official examination dates (2016-17)
AnnouncementGroup (*)dateStarting hourEnding hourAssigned lecture room(s)Observ:
Periodo ordinario para asignaturas de segundo cuatrimestre/semestre y anuales 31/05/2017 15:00 18:00 EP/S-09G 
Pruebas extraordinarias de julio 27/06/2017  
** The time zone associated with the examination only refers to the reservation of the room and not the duration of the examination itself **
(*) 1:1 - CAS
(*) 1:1 - CAS
(*) 1:1 - CAS
(*) 2:2 - CAS
(*) 2:2 - CAS
(*) 2:2 ING - ANG
(*) 3:3 - CAS
(*) 3:3 ING - ANG
(*) 4:4 - CAS
(*) 5:5 ING - ANG


Links related
http://baldufa.upc.edu 
http://blogs.ua.es/gitefideua 
http://blogs.ua.es/jjrr2011/ 
http://rua.ua.es/dspace/handle/10045/25037 
http://www.dfists.ua.es/experiencias_de_fisica/ 
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoGFizEtm_6hVhzdWBZVW4O7TcPemL0c1 


Bibliography
Show: All Basic bibliography

Engineering Mechanics: Statics
Author(s):HIBBELER, Russell C.
Editi�n:Dades no disponibles.
Notes:You can also use this book as a basic for the subject.
ISBN:978-0133918922
Category:Básico (*3)
Recommended by:RODES ROCA, JOSÉ JOAQUÍN (*1)

Estática : mecánica para ingeniería
Author(s):BEDFORD, Anthony; FOWLER, Wallace
Editi�n:México : Addison-Wesley Longman de México, 2000.
ISBN:968-444-398-6
Category:Básico (*3)
Recommended by:RODES ROCA, JOSÉ JOAQUÍN (*1)
 [ Access to the university library catalogue ]  [ Access to previous editions

Exercicis i problemes dels fonaments físics d`arquitectura I: vectors lliscants i geometria de masses
Author(s):RODES ROCA, José Joaquín
Editi�n:Alicante : Editorial Club Universitario, 2010.
ISBN:978-84-8454-905-5
Category:Complementario (*3)
Recommended by:RODES ROCA, JOSÉ JOAQUÍN (*1)
 [ Access to the university library catalogue

Fonaments físics de les construccions arquitectòniques
Author(s):RODES ROCA, José Joaquín; DURÁ DOMÉNECH, Antonio; VERA GUARINOS, Jenaro
Editi�n:Dades no disponibles.
ISBN:978-84-9717-178-6
Category:Básico (*3)
Recommended by:RODES ROCA, JOSÉ JOAQUÍN (*1)
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Fundamentos físicos de las construcciones arquitectónicas. V. 1 : Vectores deslizantes, geometría de masas y estática
Author(s):DURÁ DOMENECH, Antonio ; VERA GUARINOS, Jenaro
Editi�n:San Vicente del Raspeig : Universidad de Alicante, 2002.
ISBN:84-7908-716-1
Category:Básico (*3)
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Mecánica para ingenieros : estática
Author(s):VAZQUEZ FERNÁNDEZ, Manuel ; LÓPEZ, Eloísa
Editi�n:Madrid : Los autores, 1988.
ISBN:84-400-3459-8
Category:Complementario (*3)
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Mecánica para ingenieros: Estática
Author(s): SHAMES, H, Irving
Editi�n:Madrid : Prentice Hall, 1999.
ISBN:84-8322-044-X
Category:Complementario (*3)
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Physics for Architects
Author(s):SALU, Yehuda
Editi�n:Dades no disponibles.
Notes:Editat pel propi autor
ISBN:978-0741419293
Category:Básico (*3)
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Problemes resolts dels fonaments físics d`arquitectura. Volumen II. Estàtica aplicada a les estructures [En línea]
Author(s):RODES ROCA, José Joaquín ; DURÁ DOMÉNECH, Antonio
Editi�n:Alacant : Universitat d`Alacant, 2013.
Notes:Selecció de problemes d`exàmens per als fonaments físics de les estructures.
ISBN:978-84-9717-309-4
Category:Básico (*3)
Recommended by:RODES ROCA, JOSÉ JOAQUÍN (*1)
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