SPECIFIC COMPETENCES OF THE DEGREE IN THE INDUSTRIAL FIELDOn the other hand, Section 5 of the Ministerial Order also establishes structural requirements for any degree in the field of Industrial Engineering. These requirements are detailed in the form of modules, within which specific competences of the Degree in Mechanical Engineering are described. These competences belong to the following training blocks:
- Basic Training
- Common to the Industrial Branch
- Specific Technology Block
Specific Competences of Basic TrainingMinisterial Order CIN/351/2009 establishes the following as specific competences of the Basic Training Block:
|Competences to be acquired|
Ability to solve mathematical problems that may arise in engineering. Ability to apply knowledge about: linear algebra, geometry, differential geometry, differential and integral calculus, differential equations and partial differential equations, numerical methods, numerical algorithms, statistics and optimization.
Understanding and mastering the basics of the general laws of mechanics, thermodynamics, waves and electromagnetic fields, as well as their application for solving engineering problems.
Basic knowledge on the use and programming of computers, operating systems, databases and software applications in engineering.
Ability to understand and apply the basic knowledge of general chemistry, organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry, and their applications in engineering.
Capacity for spatial vision and knowledge of the techniques of graphic representation, using traditional methods of metric geometry and descriptive geometry, and through the application of computer-aided design.
|Adequate knowledge of the concept of enterprise and institutional and legal framework of enterprises. Organization and Business Management.|
Specific Competences common to the Industrial BranchThe Ministerial Order CIN/351/2009 establishes the following as specific competences of the Common Block for the Industrial Branch:
Competences to be acquired
|Knowledge of applied thermodynamics and heat transfer. Basic principles and their application to solving engineering problems.|
|Knowledge of the basic principles of fluid mechanics and their application to solving problems in the field of engineering. Calculation of pipes, channels and fluid systems.|
|Knowledge of the fundamentals of the science, technology and chemistry of materials. Understand the relationship between microstructure, the synthesis, processing and properties of materials.|
|Knowledge and use of the principles of circuit theory and electrical machines.|
|Knowledge of the fundamentals of electronics.|
|Knowledge of the fundamentals of automation and control methods.|
|Knowledge of the principles of the theory of machines and mechanisms.|
|Knowledge and use of the principles of strength of materials.|
|Basic knowledge of production systems and manufacturing.|
|Basic knowledge and application of environmental technologies and sustainability.|
|Applied knowledge of business organization.|
|Knowledge and skills to organize and manage projects. To know the organizational structure and functions of a project office.|
Specific Competences of the Specific Mechanical Technology BlockMinisterial Order CIN/351/2009 establishes the following as specific competencies of the Specific Mechanics Technology Block:
|Specific Mechanical Technology|
Specific Mechanical Technology
|Knowledge and skills to apply the techniques of engineering graphics.|
|Knowledge and abilities to calculate, design and test machines.|
|Knowledge applied to thermal engineering.|
|Knowledge and skills to apply the fundamentals of elasticity and strength of materials to the actual behaviour of solids.|
|Knowledge and ability to calculate and design of structures and industrial buildings.|
|Applied knowledge of the basics of fluidmechanics systems and machines.|
|Knowledge and skills for engineering materials.|
|Applied knowledge of systems and manufacturing processes, metrology and quality control.|
Specific competences acquired by the Navy Officer of the Naval Branch (CUD), in his itinerary within the Naval Technology intensification
Competences to be acquired
To acquire the ability to understand the mechanisms of propagation of electromagnetic waves and the corresponding organization of the radio-electric space
To know the mechanism of operation of antennas and their different types.
To acquire the ability to select equipment, media and transmission systems
To understand the principles that govern the operation of communications systems and naval sensors.
To acquire the ability to understand the concepts of network architecture, protocols and communication interfaces.
To acquire the ability to differentiate the concepts of access and transport networks, circuit switching and packet switching networks, as well as knowledge of methods of interconnecting networks and routing
To know and use correctly the information systems.
To promote, through speaking and writing in Spanish and English, communication skills to ease the transmission and understanding of orders, ideas and concepts.
|Applied knowledge of energy systems and naval propulsion|
Knowledge of naval equipment and naval auxiliary systems
Applied knowledge of naval electrical systems.
To know the nomenclature, the basic principles of the procedures of construction and operation of ships, the basics of buoyancy and stability, the materials for its construction and structure.
To acquire the ability to perform calculations of buoyancy and stability
To apply the principles of control breakdowns in order to reduce the risk of personal and material, and for decision-making in case of on board emergencies.
Specific competences acquired by the Navy Officer of the Marine Corps (CUD), in his itinerary within the intensification of Naval Technology
Competences to be acquired
Develop knowledge of vehicle dynamics
The level of topographic skills to trace and follow trails over unknown terrain.
Acquire knowledge of topography and its application to the representation of the land and works