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Course description
  FINAL PROJECT

Competencies and objectives

 

Course context for academic year 2019-20

El Trabajo Fin de Grado (TFG) consiste en la realización de un proyecto de naturaleza profesional en el ámbito de la Ingeniería Química, en el que  se sintetiza e integran las competencias adquiridas durante los estudios de grado. El trabajo se realiza individualmente, y será presentado y defendido ante un tribunal universitario.  

Sólo se podrá matricular de la asignatura TFG, el alumnado que haya superado un mínimo de 168 créditos, según Normativa de permanencia y continuación de estudios para el alumnado matriculado en títulos de grado de la Universidad de Alicante. 

Los requisitos para la defensa y evaluación del TFG serán los siguientes:

  • Para la evaluación del TFG es necesario acreditar como mínimo el nivel B1 de idioma.
  • Para la defensa de la memoria del TFG ante el tribunal, el estudiante deberá tener como máximo dos asignaturas pendientes y el Trabajo Fin de Grado (BOUA de 30 de junio de 2014).

Toda la información relacionada con la asignatura Trabajo fin de Grado puede consultarse en el siguiente enlace: INFORMACIÓN SOBRE TFGs.

 

 

Course content (verified by ANECA in official undergraduate and Master’s degrees)

Specific Competences (CE)

  • CE1 : Capacity for solving any mathematical problems that may arise in engineering. Ability to apply knowledge of: linear algebra, geometry, differential geometry, differential and integral calculus, differential equations and partial derivates, numerical methods, numerical algorithms, statistics and optimisation.
  • CE10 : Understand and use the principles of circuit theory and electric machines.
  • CE11 : Understand the fundamentals of electronics.
  • CE12 : Understand the fundamentals of automatic mechanisms and control methods.
  • CE13 : Understand the principles of the theory of machines and mechanisms.
  • CE14 : Understand and use the principles of the resistance of materials.
  • CE15 : Basic understanding of production and manufacturing systems.
  • CE16 : Basic understanding and application of environmental technologies and sustainability.
  • CE17 : Applied knowledge of business organisation.
  • CE18 : Knowledge and ability to organise and manage projects. Understand the organisational structure and functions of a project office.
  • CE19 : Knowledge of material and energy balances, biotechnology, matter transfer, separation operations, chemical reaction engineering, reactor design, valorisation and transformation of raw materials and energy resources.
  • CE2 : Understand and master the basic concepts of the general laws of mechanics, thermodynamics, electromagnetic fields and waves, and their application to solve engineering problems.
  • CE20 : Capacity to analyse, design, simulate and optimise processes and products.
  • CE21 : Capacity to design and manage applied experimental procedures, especially for determining thermodynamic and transport properties, and modelling of phenomena and systems in the field of chemical engineering, systems with fluid flows, heat transmission, matter transfer operations, kinetics of chemical reactions and reactors.
  • CE22 : Capacity to design, manage and operate simulation, control and instrumentation procedures for chemical processes.
  • CE3 : Basic understanding of computer use and programming, operating systems, databases and computer programs applicable to engineering.
  • CE4 : Capacity to understand and apply the basic principles of general chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry and their applications in engineering.
  • CE5 : Capacity for spatial vision and understanding of graphic representation techniques, both using traditional metric and descriptive geometry methods and computer-aided design applications.
  • CE6 : Suitable understanding of the concept of a company, the legal and institutional framework of companies. Company organisation and management.
  • CE7 : Understand applied thermodynamics and the transmission of heat. Basic principles and their application to solving engineering problems.
  • CE8 : Understand the basic principles of fluid mechanics and their application to solving problems in the field of engineering. Calculation of piping, channels and fluid systems.
  • CE9 : Understand basic materials science, technology and chemistry. Understand the relationship between microstructure, synthesis or processing and the properties of materials.

 

UA Basic Transversal Competences

  • CT1 : Foreign language skills.
  • CT2 : Computer and information skills.
  • CT3 : Oral and written communication skills.

 

General Competences:>>Instrumental

  • CG1 : Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
  • CG2 : General basic understanding of the profession.
  • CG3 : Knowledge of computers in the field of study.
  • CG4 : Problem solving.
  • CG5 : Decision making.

 

General Competences:>>Interpersonal

  • CG10 : Capacity to communicate with experts in other fields.
  • CG11 : Critical reasoning.
  • CG12 : Apply the ethical requirements and deontological code of the profession in all situations.
  • CG6 : Plan, organise and supervise teamwork.
  • CG7 : Work in multidisciplinary teams.
  • CG8 : Work in an international context.
  • CG9 : Interpersonal relationship skills.

 

General Competences:>>Systematic

  • CG13 : Capacity to put knowledge into practice.
  • CG14 : Capacity for self-learning.
  • CG15 : Capacity to adapt to new situations.
  • CG16 : Ability to work independently.
  • CG17 : Creativity in all areas of the profession.
  • CG18 : Capacity to make decisions and exercise leadership functions.
  • CG19 : Possess initiative and an entrepreneurial spirit.
  • CG20 : Motivation for quality.
  • CG21 : Awareness of environmental topics.

 

Regulated Professional Competences

  • CPR1 : Capacity to draft, sign and develop industrial engineering projects in the speciality of Chemical Engineering, aimed at the construction, refurbishment, repair, conservation, demolition, manufacture, installation, assembly and exploitation of: structures, mechanical equipment, energy facilities, electrical and electronic installations, industrial installations and plants and manufacturing and automation processes.
  • CPR10 : Knowledge, understanding and capacity to apply the necessary legislation when acting as an Industrial Engineer in a professional capacity.
  • CPR11 : Capacity to apply quality principles and methods.
  • CPR2 : Capacity for managing activities involved in the engineering problems described in the previous heading.
  • CPR3 : Understand basic subjects and technologies to allow one to learn new methods and theories, making one versatile in adapting to new situations.
  • CPR4 : Capacity to solve problems with initiative, decision-making skills, creativity, critical reasoning and ability to communicate and transmit knowledge, skills and abilities in the field of industrial engineering.
  • CPR5 : Understand how to carry out measurements, calculations, assessments, valuations, surveys, studies, reports, work sheets and other similar tasks.
  • CPR6 : Capacity to deal with mandatory specifications, regulations and standards.
  • CPR7 : Capacity to analyse and assess the social and environmental impact of technical solutions.
  • CPR8 : Capacity for organisation and planning in companies and other institutions and organisations.
  • CPR9 : Capacity to work in a multilingual, interdisciplinary environment.

 

 

 

Learning outcomes (Training objectives)

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Specific objectives stated by the academic staff for academic year 2019-20

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General

Code: 34546
Lecturer responsible:
FULLANA FONT, ANDRES
Credits ECTS: 12,00
Theoretical credits: 0,00
Practical credits: 1,20
Distance-base hours: 10,80

Departments involved

  • Dept: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    Area: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    Area: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    Area: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTING
    Area: COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: PHYSICS, ENGINEERING SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL THEORY
    Area: APPLIED PHYSICS
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,09
  • Dept: PHYSICS, ENGINEERING SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL THEORY
    Area: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND AUTOMATICS
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,1
  • Dept: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    Area: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,7
    This Dept. is responsible for the course.
    This Dept. is responsible for the final mark record.
  • Dept: APPLIED MATHEMATICS
    Area: APPLIED MATHEMATICS
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, NUTRITION AND FOOD SCIENCE
    Area: ANALYTIC CHEMISTRY
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: CIVIL ENGINEERING
    Area: CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,08
  • Dept: CIVIL ENGINEERING
    Area: CONTINUUM MECHANICS AND STRUCTURE THEORY
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,08
  • Dept: GRAPHIC EXPRESSION, COMPOSITION AND PROJECTS
    Area: GRAPHIC EXPRESSION IN ENGINEERING
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,09

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