• Ensayos de Compatibilidad Electromagnética



  • Programa


      The students must certify that they have passed basic skills and competences in power electronics. This can be either accomplished at his/her incoming student profile and CV or, if not covered there, by passing the related subjects of the first semester.



      Basic Competences
      CB8 Integration of knowledge, facing the complexity of issuing judgments and sentences parting from some information that includes ethic and social liability constraints.
      CB9 Ability of communicating justified decisions and conclusions, to specialized and unspecialized listeners.
      CB10 Ability of autonomous learning.

      Generic Competences
      CG3 Knowledge of the principal mathematic tools used in the analysis, modelling and simulation of power systems.
      CG4 Use of computers and digital processors in the analysis, design, simulation, monitoring, control and supervision of power systems.
      CG9 Skills related to teamwork, recognizing different roles within a group and different ways of organizing research teams.
      CG10 Ability to manage information: search, analysis and synthesis of the specific technical information.
      CG11 Ability to assimilate and communicate information in English concerning technical issues.
      CG12 Ability to plan and organize work
      CG13 Skills for critical reasoning, making decisions and making judgments based on information that include reflecting on social and ethical responsibilities of professional activity
      CG14 Concern for quality and achievement motivation.

      Specific Competences
      CE1 Understanding of the importance and the area of utilization of electrical power systems for generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy
      CE5 Characterization, operation and design of electronic topologies and control methods for electric energy conversion
      CE8 Acquire the basic knowledge of power electronics to analyse and design electrical power systems
      CE17 Technical-economical-environmental regulations and directives in different scopes (local, regional, national, European, etc.), which are applied to power systems
      CE19 Knowledge and analysis of the energetic structures and technologies necessary, considering multiple aspects as the requirements, expected technical evolution, efficiency, security, sustainable development concerns, environmental and service guaranteeing issues

      Learning Outcomes
      RA63 Understanding and ability to apply the main particularities and specific techniques of electronic circuits used in power generation systems renewable energy.
      RA66 To know where are the margins for the optimization of power generation system, looking for increased performance (efficiency, reduce losses, versatile control, etc.).
      RA7 To know and select the communication and telemetry system best suited for a particular energy-generating structure.



      1.-EMC Standards
      3.-Coupling (capacitive and inductive)
      5.-PCB design



      The learning methodologies used are lectures, explanatory videos, self-assessment tests, resolution of exercises and problems.