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KNOWLEDGE GUIDE INFORMATION FOR THE STUDENT

MODULE DESCRIPTION

COURSE 2010-2011

MODULE:

AMPLIACIÓN DE MATEMÁTICAS

ENGLISH NAME:

ADVANCED MATHEMATICS

Code UPM:

565000222

SUBJECT:

MATHEMATICS

ECTS CREDITS:

6

LEVEL:

BASIC

DEGREE:

BACHELOR IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

TYPE:

MANDATORY

COURSE:

FIRST

SEMESTER:

SECOND

ACADEMIC COURSE

TAUGHT TIME

LANGUAGE

2010-2011

September- January

February - June

Only Spanish

Only English

Both

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DEPARTMENT

APPLIED MATHEMATICS (EUITI)

COORDINATOR

TEACHERS

NAME AND SURNAMES

Isabel Álvaro Hernando

Gabriel Asensio Madrid

Lucía Cerrada Canales

Pedro M. González Manchón

Fco. Javier López de Elorriaga

José Manuel Poncela Pardo

Jesús San Martín Moreno

Dolores Sotelo Herrera

Isaías Uña Juárez

Agustín de la Villa Cuenca

Isabel Álvaro Hernando

ROOM

A-229

C-103

B-349

C-104

A-223

B-250

A-222

B-348

B-249

B-436

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E-mail

isabel.alvaro@upm.es

gabriel.asensio@upm.es

lucia.cerrada@upm.es

pedro.gmanchon@upm.es

Franciscojavier.lopezdeelorriaga@

upm.es

josemanuel.poncela@upm.es

jesus.sanmartin@upm.es

dolores.sotelo@upm.es

isaias.una@upm.es

agustin.delavilla@upm.es

REQUIRED PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE TO FOLLOW THE MODULE

Infinitesimus Calculus

PASSED

MODULES

OTHERS

Basic science vocabulary

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RESULTS OF THE PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE

COURSE 2010-2011

Intuitive aspects of mathematics and how to use the resources of the previous modules studied.

Computer resources achieved until now.

Development of Basic geometric resources.

Update combinatorics and inductive processes. Development of the representation of one-variable functions.

Understanding the implicit and parametric writting of some frequent curves and surfaces (circles, propellers, cylinders cones, spherical, paraboloid) Using in easy way the derivation and integration of one variable.

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KNOWLEDGE GUIDE INFORMATION FOR THE STUDENT

KNOWLEDGE OBJECTIVES

COURSE 2010-2011

REQUIREMENTS AND LEVEL ASSIGNED TO THE MODULE

Code

CE1

Code

RA-01

RA-02

RA-03

ABILITY

Capacity to identify and solve some engineering problems.

LEVEL

Application

KNOWLEDGE RESULTS OF THE MODULE

Capacity to know, understand and use the integral calculus.

Capacity to know, understand and use the ordinay differentials equations.

Capacity to know, understand and use the Laplace Transformation.

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COURSE 2010-2011

KNOWLEDGE CONTENTS AND ACTIVITIES

CONTENIDOS ESPECÍFICOS (TEMARIO)

Chapter

Chapter 1:

Scalar and

Vectorial

Fields.

Chapter 2:

Line Integral.

Points

1.1. Scalar Fields. Curves and level

surfaces. Gradient.

1.2.

Vectorial Fields. Field lines. Divergency and rotacional.

2.1.

Conservative fields and its potencial

function.

2.2. Line integral concept.

Code achievements

LO-01

LO-02

2.3. Existency condition of the potencial

function. Calculus of potencial function.

Chapter 3:

Double

Integral.

Triple

Integral.

3.1. Building of double integral.

3.2 Calculus of double integrals. Variable changes.

3.3. Green Theorem.

3.4. Building of the triple integral.

LO-02

LO-03

LO-04

LO-05

3.5. Calculus of triple integrals. Change of

variables.

Chapter 4:

4.1. Area element of a surface.

Surface

Integral.

4.2. Surface integrals.

4.3. Stokes Theorem.

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LO-06

LO-07

LO-08

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4.4.

Divergency Theorem of Gauss.

5.1.

Concept of ordinary differential

Chapter 5:

Ordinary

differential

equations:

separate, homogeneous and linear of first order.

Chapter 6:

Integral curves

and integral

factors.

Chapter 7:

Linear

differential

equations of

higher order.

Chapter 8:

Laplace Transform. Properties of the simpler functions. Applications.

equation.

5.2. Separate variables differential

equations.

5.3.

5.4.

Homogeneous equations.

Linear equations of first order.

6.1.

Integral curves.

6.2.

equations.

Exact and no exact differential

6.3.

Integrant Factor.

6.4.

Ortoghonal path.

7.1.

Vectorial space of the solutions of the

homogeneous equation.

7.2. Structure of the general integral of

the complete equation.

7.3.

Constant changing Method.

8.1.

Definitions: Property and linearity.

8.2.

Transform of the derivate and the

simpler functions.

LO-09

LO-11

LO-10

LO-11

LO-11

LO-11

LO-12

8.3. Derivation of the transform respect to the parameter.

8.4. Product of Transforms.

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8.5. Translation Theorems.

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8.6. Transforms of periodic functions and

some non continuous functions.

8.7. Application of the solution of the linear

differential equations.

Chapter 9:

Linear

differential

equation

Systems.

9.1. Solving of linear differential equations

Systems through D operator.

9.2.

Solving of linear differential equations

LO-11

Systems through Laplace Transform.

LO-13

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SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANIZATIVE RESOURCES AND TEACHING METHODS USED

Oral exposition of the teacher with participation of the student.

THEORY LECTURES

2 weekly hours.

Solving of the exercises by the part of the students and checking for the teacher. The teacher will solve the model exercises. Presentation of the problems for the students and possibly submission.

EXERCISES LECTURES

LABORATORY

WORK

2 weekly hours.

It is possible to order to the student any coursework in order to complete the knowledge.

INDIVIDUAL

WORK

GROUP WORK

QUESTIONS

HOURS

Solving of the doubts of the students related to the contents of the module.

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RECURSOS DIDÁCTICOS

COURSE 2010-2011

Ampliación de Matemáticas. Teoría. F.J. López de Elorriaga (2004)

Cálculus I y II. Apostol. Ed. Reverté. (1996)

Cálculo II. Carcía/López/Rodríguez/Romero/de la Villa. Ed. Clag S.A (1996) Calculus. Volumen II. Salas/Hille/Etgen. Ed. Reverté

(2002)

REFERENCES

WEB RESOURCES

EQUIPMENT

Other

Cálculo de varias variables. Bradley /Smith. Ed. Prentice Hall. (1998) Cálculo. Vol.2. Larson/Hostetler/Edwards. Ed. McGraw-hill (1999)

Cálculo Vectorial. Marsden/Tromba. Ed. Addison- Wesley. (1991) Ecuaciones diferenciales ordinarias. Teoría y problemas. Villa Cuenca, Agustín de la; García López, Alfonsa. Ed. Clag S.A (2002) Matemáticas avanzadas para ingeniería. Kreyszig, E. Ed. Linusa. (2004) Métodos Matemáticos. San Martín/Tomeo/Uña. Ed. Thomson (2005) Problemas resueltos de Ampliación de Matemáticas. F.J. López de Elorriaga (2005) Problemas resueltos de Cálculo en varias variables. Uña/San Martín/Tomeo. Ed. Thomson (2007)

https://moodle.upm.es/ Titulaciones propias.

http://OCW.upm.es

y seguir el enlace

Exercises notebook.

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CRONOGRAMA DE TRABAJO DE LA ASIGNATURA

MONTH

Febr.

Mar.

Apr.

May.

FORTNIGHT

ROOM

ACTIVITIES

Chapter 1 (4 hours) Chapter 2 (4 hours)

Chapter 2 (2 hours) Chapter 3 (6 hours)

Chapter 3 (6 hours) Chapter 4 (2 hours)

Chapter 4 (8 hours)

Chapter 5 (4 hours) Chapter 6 (4 hours)

Chapter 6 (2 hours) Chapter 7 (6 hours)

LAB

SINGLE

WORK

GROUP WORK

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ASSIGMENT MODE

Exam

Monthly test

Exam

Monthly test

Exam

Monthly test

OTHERS

MONTH

Jun.

FORTNIGHT

1ª

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ROOM

ACTIVITES

LAB

Chapter 8 (8 hours)

Chapter 8 (2 hours) Chapter 9 (2 hours)

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SINGLE WORK

GROUP WORK

ASSIGMENT MODE

Monthly test

OTHERS

The schedule showed is designed for presence teaching lessons during 15 weeks in the semester. If the circumstances of the academic does

not allow to satisfy, the proposed schedule will be adjusted by the Branch Academic Planning Center, redistributing the present programme

maintaining the learning objectives presented in this Learning Guide.

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ASSIGMENT MODE OF THE MODULE

Ref

EVALUACIÓN

OBJECTIVE ACHIEVED

COURSE 2010-2011

Relacionado

con RA:

The student is able to use the scalar and vector fields. Moreover, he/she can calculate the curves and level surfaces and field lines.

LO-01

LO-02

LO-03

LO-04

LO-05

LO-06

LO-07

LO-08

LO-09

LO-10

LO-11

The student understands the line integral concept. The student is able to recognise the conservative fields, the existence conditions of the potential function and how to obtain it.

The student is able to solve the double and triple integrals.

The student is able to apply the parameters change in order to calculate double or triple integrals.

The student is able to relate the line Integrals with the double integrals using the Green Theorem.

The student is able to solve surface integrals.

The student is able to relate the surface integral with the line integral through the Stokes Theorem.

The student is able to relate the surface integral with the triple integral through the Gauss Theorem.

The student is able to recognize and to solve some first order differential equations.

The student is able to apply the resolution of differential equations to the calculus of orthogonal paths.

The student is able to recognise the ordinary differential equations when they appear in engineering applications.

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01

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01

01

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01

02

02

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LO-12

The student is able to apply the Laplace Transform in order to solve linear differential equations with initial conditions.

03

LO-13

The student is able to solve linear differential equations Systems using the D operator and the Laplace transform.

03

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SUMMATIVE ASSIGMENT

SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTIVITES

COURSE 2010-2011

WEIGHT

 

WHEN

WHERE

Homework

 

Anytime

Room

5%

Exam 1 (half an hour)

 

Final 1ª

Room

5%

F.

Febr.

Exam 2

Final 1ª

Room

5%

 

F.

Mar.

Exam 3

Final 1ª

Room

5%

 

F.

Abr.

Monthly test 1 (1 hour )

Fin Febr.

Room

20%

Monthly test 2

Fin Mar.

Room

20%

Monthly test 3

Fin Abr.

Room

20%

Monthly test 4

Fin May.

Room

20%

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ASSIGMENT CRITERION

The constant evaluation is composed by:

- Homework (5%)

COURSE 2010-2011

-Three exams of half an hour with date and content showed in the Schedule. (15%)

-Four monthly test with the contents showed in the Schedule.

(80%)

To pass the module the mark should be equal or more than 5 (above 10).

The student who obtains less of 5 in the constant evaluation will be attend the exam of the whole module, this exam will take place in the date given by the Department. In this case, the grade will be the maximum of the exam mark (NEF) and (2NEF+3NEC)/4 being

NEF= mark of the final exam

NEC= mark of the constant evaluation

In the extraordinary exam (in September) the final grade will be the same than the exam mark.

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