Electrotechnology and agricultural machinery

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Higher Technical School

Electrotechnology and agricultural machinery

Qualification:

Degree in Agri-food Engineering and Biological Systems

Higher Technical School of Agricultural Engineering

UPCT

Electrotechnology and agricultural machinery

food Engineering and Biological Systems

Course

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Subject information

Name Electrotechnology And Agricultural Machinery Matter* Electrotechnology And Agricultural Machinery Module* Common to the Agricultural branch

Code 518102001 (GIASB)

Degree Degree in Agri-food Engineering and Biological Systems study plan 2014 Plan (GIASB)

Centre Higher Technical School of Agricultural Engineering (ETSIA) Type Compulsory

Teaching period Annual Four-month

period

1st and

2nd Course 2nd

Language Spanish

ECTS 10,5 Hours / ECTS 30 Total workload (hours) 315

* All terms marked with an asterisk are defined in References for teaching at the UPCT

and Glossary of terms:

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Teacher Information

Lecturer in charge José Miguel Molina Martínez

Department Food Engineering and Agricultural Equipment Knowledge area Agroforestry Engineering

Location of the office Office 2.4. Second floor of ETSIA building

Phone 968 32 5929 Fax 968 32 70 31

E-mail josem.molina@upct.es

URL / WEB http://www.upct.es/iaea/profesores/molina_martinez/ Timetable available /

Tutorials See Virtual Classroom of the subject Location during the tutorials Office 2.4. Second floor ETSIA

Teaching and research profile

Doctor by UPCT. Agronomist

Titular Professor of university (Two six-year periods) Teaching experience Since 2000 (2 quinquenniums)

Research Lines

I+D+I group "Agromotic and Sea Engineering"

Main lines: Automation and control for managing water and energy resources

Professional experience

Energetic audit, projects, reports, surveys, supervision of works, technological developments in mining, SCADA systems, etc.

Other topics of interest

Coordinator of master and courses. Member of Scientific Committees. Chairman of the Spanish Horticultural

Engineering Society for Horticultural Science. Coordinator of the teaching group "Creating new teaching materials".

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Professor Bernardo Martin Gorriz

Department Food Engineering and Agricultural Equipment Knowledge area Agroforestry Engineering

Location of the office Office 2.1 Second floor of ETSIA building

Phone 968 32 5904 Fax 968 32 70 31

E-mail b.martin@upct.es

URL / WEB http://www.upct.es/iaea/profesores/molina_martinez/ Timetable available /

Tutorials Open schedule morning and afternoon Location during the tutorials Office 2.1 Second floor ofETSIA

Teaching and research profile

Dr. Agricultural Engineer by the Technical University of Valencia (Spain).Associate Professor.

Teaching experience 3 acclaimed five-year periods, last 2013.

Research Lines

I+D+I group "DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT IN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE".

Research areas: Optimization of spraying, thinning, pruning and mechanical harvesting of fruits (apricot, peach and citrus). Sensing climate, soil and plant for the optimization of water use in agriculture. Interrelationship between water-energy-GHG (Greenhouse Gases) in agriculture. Safety devices on machines: tractor rollover systems.

Professional experience

Bernardo Martin Gorriz: Technical Director of Agricultural Mechanization Centre of Ciudad Real. Has directed or co-directed a 15 final degree projects, 6 final master works and one doctoral thesis. He has tutored three students in business.

Other topics of interest

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Contents

3.1Contents according to the study plan of the subject

Thematic Block (TB). E.I. ELECTROTECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS. Concepts of Basics electricity. DC circuits. Analysis of DC circuits. Magnetism and electromagnetism. Capacitance and inductance. Behaviour in D.C.

TB E.II. SINGLE AND THREE PHASE ALTERNATING CURRENT: Alternating current: General. Behaviour of passive elements: Circuits R-L, R-C and R-L-C. Resolution serial, parallel and mixed circuits. AC power. Three-phase systems I, three-phase systems II. Power factor correction in electrical installations. Applying Boucherot theorem

TB E.III. ELECTRIC MOTORS AND MACHINES: The transformer. Phase asynchronous motor. DC motors.

TB. M.I. ENDOTHERMIC ENGINES: Basics in alternative combustion engines. Thermodynamic cycles and motor characteristic curves. Operating motor circuits: renewal of cargo, fuel supply, cooling and lubrication

TB M.II. TRACTOR: Tractor components. Drive components of the movement: clutch, gearbox, differential and final reduction wheel. Coupling types of implements and hydraulic lift. Conditions of stability of the tractor-implement. Coefficients associated with wheel-soil system: adhesion, running, traction and slip. Balance of powers of the tractor-implement. Safe handling of agricultural machinery: common risk areas in the machines.

TB M.III. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. Transfer of mechanical energy. Oil hydraulic energy transmission. Pneumatic power transmission. Application of agricultural products. Traction work: foundation of ballast and conditions of use.

3.2 English program theory

(Teaching units and topics)

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

DU I. ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS

T 1. Thebasicprinciples of electricity T 2. DC Electrical circuits

T 3. DC Circuit Analysis

T 4. Magnetism and electromagnetism T 5. Capacitance and inductance.

DU II. PHASE AND THREE PHASE AC POWER CIRCUITS

T 6. Alternatingcurrent (AC). fundamentals T 7. Passiveelements. Circuit R-L, R-C and R-L-C T 8. Series, parallel and mixedcircuits

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T 9.Power in AC Circuits

T 10.Three-phasepowersystems I T 11. Three-phasepowersystemsII

T 12. PowerFactor correction in electrical installations. Boucherottheorem

DU III. ELECTRIC MOTOR AND MACHINE

T 13. Theelectricaltransformer

T 14. Threephaseasynchronous engine T 15. DC motors

ENGINES AND AGRICULTURAL MACHINES

DU I. ENGINE POWER FOR AGRICULTURAL MACHINES

T 1. Internal combustion engines T 2. Thermodynamic cycles T 3. Operating the engine circuit

DU II. TRACTOR

T4. Elements of the tractor T 5. Tractor transmission

T 6. Implement control and hydraulics

T7. Stability conditions of tractor and implements T 8. Tractiontires

T 9. Power requirements of tractors and implements T10. Tractor safety

DU III. POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

T 11. Mechanical transmission of power T 12. Hydraulic transmission of power T13. Pneumatic transmission of power T 14. Distribution of agricultural products T 15. Weight transfers and soil compaction

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Bibliography and resources

4.1 Basic Bibliography*

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

Molina J.M., Cánovas F.J. 2011. Principios Básicos de Electrotecnia. Colección Marcombo Universitaria. Barcelona. (UD I)

• Molina J.M., Cánovas F.J., Ruz F. 2011. Corriente Alterna Monofásica y Trifásica. Colección Marcombo Universitaria. Barcelona. (UD II)

• Molina J.M., Cánovas F.J., Ruz F. 2012. Motores y Máquinas Eléctricas. Colección Marcombo Universitaria. Barcelona. (UD III)

AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY

• Payri F., Desantes J.M. 2011. Motores de combustión interna alternartivos. Ed. Reverte. Madrid. (UD I)

• Arnal P., Laguna A. 2000. Tractores y motores agrícolas. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid. (UD I y II)

• Boto J.A. 2006. La mecanización agraria. Universidad de León. León. (UD III) • Ortiz-Cañavate J., Hernanz J.L. 1989. Técnica de la mecanización agraria.

Mundi-Prensa. Madrid. (UD I, II Y III)

• Ortiz-Cañavate J. 2005. Tractores. Técnica y seguridad. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid. (UD II)

4.2Complementary bibliography*

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

• Alcalde S. Miguel, P. 2011. Electrotecnia. Paraninfo. Madrid. (UD I, II, III) • Castejón, A. y Santamaría, G. 1994. Tecnología eléctrica. Editorial McGrawHill.

(UD I, II, III)

• Fraile, J. 2005. Electromagnetismo y Circuitos Eléctricos. Editorial McGrawHill. Madrid. (UD III)

• Fraile, J. 2008. Máquinas eléctricas. Editorial McGrawHill. Madrid. (UD III) • Fraile, J. 2005. Problemas de máquinas eléctricas. Editorial McGrawHill. Madrid.

(UD III)

AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY

• CIGR. 1999. Handbook of agricultural engineering. Tomo III. Plant production engineering. ASAE. St. Joseph (Michigan). USA.

• Ortiz-Cañavate J. 2003. Las máquinas agrícolas y su aplicación. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

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4.3 Network resources and other resources

ETSIAPage website (www.etsia.upct.es) of the Department (http://www.upct.es/iaea) Virtual Classroom (http://moodle.upct.es) And well as those that were recommended to I students.

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