|2||Master||Architecture and Urbanism||6 ects|
|Learning Period:||Language of Instruction:||Total Hours:|
|Learning Outcomes of the Curricular Unit:|
|This course proposes, to the students of Architecture and Civil Engineering, the conception of a project in a context similar to the reality, allowing them to percept existing interdisciplinary and complementary aspects. Project coordination will be emphasized, allowing the understanding of the big picture, i.e., more than just the sum of the various involved projects, such as: architecture; structures; water, natural gas and electricity networks; water drain networks; telecommunications; anti-fire security; ventilation; thermal and acoustic conditioning.|
|1. The role of specialties on the global project|
1.1 Project types
1.2 Legal requirements applicable
2. Project team Coordination
2.1 Main link aspects between the several projects, to take into account
2.2 Architecture detailing as an aid to the development of the several engineering specialties
3 Necessary elements to project execution
3.1 Topographic mapping and urban planning
3.2 Geotechnical studies
3.3 Technical characterization of public infrastructures
3.4 Meteorological characterization
3.5 Noise maps
4 Composition and Analysis of the several specialty projects, such as:
4.2 Water supplying network
4.3 Water Drain network
4.4 Pluvial water drain network
4.5 Natural Gas
4.6 Thermal behaviour
4.7 Natural ventilation
4.8 Acoustic behaviour
4.9 Anti-fire security
|Demonstration of the Syllabus Coherence with the Curricular Unit's Objectives:|
|The syllabus presented cover the essential areas of knowledge and consistent to achieve the objectives, as the topics included in the program as the role of specialties in the context of the Global Project - this includes the study visit and the report, the various types of projects, coordination of the design team and the main aspects of coordination between the various projects and the composition and analysis of specialty projects, covering the main aspects of the study will allow students to develop their activity as a designer.|
|Teaching Methodologies (Including Evaluation):|
|CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE. Execution of architectural and engineering specialties projects (90% of the final classification). One evaluation test will be carried out (10% of the final classification).|
|Demonstration of the Coherence between the Teaching Methodologies and the Learning Outcomes:|
|The proposed methodologies are consistent with the objectives set for the course because of the study support the development-oriented, seeking to establish a parallelism between the theory and practice applied to real problems that enable the student to develop its activity as a designer.|
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Legislação em vigor relativa às várias especialidades de engenharia.