The subject consists of 80% classroom classes (theory and problems) and 20% laboratory practices.
Students must complete the laboratory practices and submit the corresponding script of practices resolved to obtain up to 1 point of the final grade. The other point of the practices will be obtained in the final exam with the questions that will be asked about these practices. The remaining 8 points are obtained in the final exam with the resolution of the issues and problems to be developed.
Students who, for different reasons, cannot attend laboratory practices, must take a practical exam to obtain up to 2 points.
A single partial examination will be carried out with the contents of block I: Basic concepts and block II: Mechanics up to topic 4 (System dynamics). This partial will be only eliminatory for the final exam of the ordinary call if they obtain a grade equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10.
In the extraordinary calls, the complete exam on 10 points must be carried out, with 8 points in the resolution of theoretical issues and problems to be developed; 2 points of questions about laboratory practices.