After the student has passed this subject, he/she will be able to:
1. Have a knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of electrical engineering. To evaluate this AR, exercises are carried out in systematic analysis of circuits of direct and alternating current and balanced triphasic systems, evaluation tests and laboratory practices (partial exams, final exam, 3 laboratory practices).
2. Be aware of the multidisciplinary context of electrical engineering. By evaluating this AR with partial and final exams and laboratory practicals, the links of electrical engineering with other disciplines of industrial engineering such as electronic, thermal, mechanical engineering and environmental aspects are revealed.
3. Have the ability to apply their knowledge and understanding to identify, formulate and solve electrical engineering problems using established methods. To evaluate this RA, evaluation tests and specific exercises are carried out in relation to the basic electrical quantities (voltage, current and power).
4. Have the ability to design and carry out experiments, interpret data and draw conclusions. In order to evaluate this RA, three practices are carried out in the Electrical Circuits Laboratory on the contents of direct, alternating and triphasic current and later, and this knowledge is evaluated in the final exams.
5. Have technical and laboratory skills. To evaluate this RA, students must deliver the laboratory protocols in which their practical skills in the use of electrical instrumentation (oscilloscopes, multimeters) are evaluated.
6. Have the ability to combine theory and practice to solve electrical engineering problems. To evaluate this AR, a series of scripts and laboratory practices are carried out in which real circuits are solved and the techniques of systematic circuit resolution taught in the subject are applied.