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17713 
ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
(objectives)
The course aims to provide a solid knowledge of business administration

Derived from
13437 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in ECONOMIA AZIENDALE (sedi di Viterbo e Civitavecchia) L18 0 SFORZA Vincenzo
( syllabus)
The lectures will address the following topics:  Needs, goods and value.  Meaning, evolution and interpretation of the concept of business.  The conditions of the existence, the characters of the firm, and its classification.  The function of the firm, its aims and the concept of business management.  The subjects within the firm.  Strategies  Business activities and organization  The notion of corporate assets, liabilities and equity.  Qualitative and quantitative analysis of the corporate net assets.  The accrualbasis and the cash basis of accounting.  The different measures of the capital in nonfinancial entities under the hypotheses of going concern and liquidation.  The financial aspects of the business management.  The analysis of the profitability and of the liquidity of the firm using the ratios.  The costs and the breakeven analysis.  The bookkeeping of the fundamental firms’ operations with the doubleentry system.
( reference books)
1) G. Catturi, Principi di economia aziendale. L'azienda universale. L'idea forza, la morfologia e la fisiologia, Cedam, Padova, 2019 (Section A: lessons 1, 2, 5; Section B: lessons 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 18; Section C: lessons 20, 21, 22, 26, 29).
2) E. Cavalieri  R. Franceschi Ferraris, Economia Aziendale, Vol. I, Attività aziendale e processi produttivi, Giappichelli, Torino, 2010, 4th Edition (Section II, Chapter 3 and 5).
3) Teaching materials available on the course web site (slides and the lecture notes about the bookkeeping with the doubleentry system, ratios, and cost accounting)

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16187 
MARKETING
(objectives)
The aim of the course is to provide a general framework of marketing activities carried out by companies, with a focus on their integration with corporate strategies. The course, after having framed the activity of marketing management in the context of strategic planning, first analyses the characteristics of the demand (behaviours, segmentation and research on consumers) and then the strategies related to components of the marketing mix (product, price, distribution, promotion) that the company have to consider to best meet the demand. The theoretical concepts are translated into operational terms through exercises and practical examples that guide the student to the creation of a marketing plan. In this marketing plan, the proposal for the launch of a new product is set in the context of corporate strategies, analysed in terms of strategic assessment (segmentation, targeting, positioning) and developed with an appropriate marketing mix.

Derived from
18294 MARKETING in SCIENZE POLITICHE E DELLE RELAZIONI INTERNAZIONALI L36 0 PICCAROZZI Michela
( syllabus)
PART ONE  Marketing analysis (consumer behavior; market segmentations; competition; marketing research) SECOND PART  The strategy (corporate and marketing strategy) PART THREE  The Marketing mix (decisions relating to the product, price, services, distribution channels, communication and sales network). PART FOUR  The programming (the marketing plan, CRM, digital marketing, brand and brand equity).
( reference books)
BOOK: "Marketing" J. Paul Peter,James H. jr. Donnelly, Carlo Alberto Pratesi  McGrawHill Education  VII Edizione SLIDES of the lessons  Available on the student portal divided according to the structure of the reference text

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16219 
GESTIONE DELLA PRODUZIONE E DELLA QUALITA'

MOSCONI Enrico maria
( syllabus)
Process management principles, classic and new strategic parameters of production. production systems: environmental, economic and technological aspects – managing and project concept for optimization in manufacturing and service processes the manufacturing productprocess matrix, Strategic elements into the process management: Design and product development, market implications, productive capacity planning, logistic management  Technology innovation strategy: the make or buy choice – the IP value and evaluation The Technology transfer  Technology evaluation principles, models and techniques The strategic plan  the aggregate operations plan  Master schedule  Materials management: major objectives  Principles and Tools  Material requirement planning  approach to the Master schedule control operation tools  Introduction to Project Management, principles, techniques and tools Principles of quality management: models and applications: the customer relationship: customer needs analysis and techniques for the customer satisfaction  quality management and business management integration: quality control and management control  The Quality Management System and the certification process: the application of ISO 9001; the quality system implementation; guidance for the quality audit; the technical audit process
( reference books)
 Tecnologia e produzione E. Chiacchierini Ed. CEDAM  Materiale fornito in piattaforma

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18167 
CONTROLLI AUTOMATICI
(objectives)
Part 1: The course aims at introducing the students to a general knowledge of dynamic systems, their modeling and their properties, focusing on their stability properties, observability properties and controllability properties. Moreover, the course aims at providing a good enough knowledge to design control ystems for dynamic processes.
Part 2: The course aims at introducing the students to a general knowledge of static (transformers) and rotating (motors and generators) electrical machines, their operating principles, their mathematical model and their electrical and electromechanical characteristics (only for rotating machines).

MINUCCI Simone
( syllabus)
Part 1: Control Engineering (6CFU) I. INTRODUCTION • Dynamic Systems. Control of dynamic systems: formulation and first examples. Architectures of control systems (openloop, closedloop).
II. DYNAMCAL SYSTEMS • Models of fundamental systems. Dynamic linear systems in time domain. • Laplace Transformation. Transfer Function: definition, properties and use. Poles, Zeros and Gain. • Equivalence transformation and duality transformation. • Stability analisys of dynamic linear systems. Stability criteria. • Block diagrams. • Free response and signal response. Canonical response of first and second order systems. • Frequency Response: definition, and relationship with transfer function. Graphical representation of frequency response: Bode diagram, Nyquist Diagram, Nichols diagram. I order and II order filters. TimeFrequency relationships.
III. STATE FEEDBACK CONTROL • Controllability of dynamic linear systems. • State feedback of dynamic linear systems. Design of a state feedback regulator. • Observability of dynamic linear systems. • State feedback of dynamic linear systems by state estimation. Design of an asymptotic observer.
IV. FEEDBACK CONTROL • Formalization of a simple control problem. Classification of control systems. • Feedback control systems: features and properties. • Stability: Nyquist and Bode criteria. • Static Performances: steady state error. Dynamical Performances: response speed, bandwidth, stability order. • Stability Margin. Relationship between feedback and feedforward control systems. • Design of a controller: requirements. Static and dynamic design. Compensations. PID regulators.
Part 2: Electrical Machines (6 CFU) V. INTRODUCTION • General considerations, operation principles and classification of electrical machines. • Electrical machines heating.
VI. TRANSFORMERS • Singlephase transformers: general considerations, operation principles, mathematical model, phasor diagrams and test. • Threephase transformers: manufacturing aspects, operation principles, electrical connection of the windings. • Special transformers: autotransformers, current transformers and voltage transformers. • Parallel connection between singlephase and threephase transformers. • Grid connection transients and short circuit transients for transformers
VII. INDUCTION MACHINES • Electromechanical conversion; operation principles, classification and manufacturing characteristics of electrical machines. Galileo Ferraris law. • Threephase induction machines: general considerations, manufacturing aspects, mathematical model, phasor diagrams and operation principles. Electromagnetic torque of an induction machine. Start and steady state rotation of a threephase induction machine. Squirrelcage induction motors. Threephase induction generators. Efficiency and test of a threephase induction motor. • Singlephase induction machine: general considerations, classification, operation principles, start and steady state rotation.
VIII. SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES • Synchronous machines: classification, general considerations, manufacturing aspects, operation principles, mathematical model, phasor diagrams, opencircuit characteristic, armature reaction, short circuit characteristic, magnetic saturation, selfexcitation of synchronous geneators. • Anisotropic synchronous machines: manufacturing aspects, operation principles, mathematical model, phasor diagrams. Power angle of a synchronous generator. Electromagnetic torque at the rotor of a synchronous generator. • Parallel connection of synchronous generators: requirements for the connection and ancillary services (Pf reglation and EV regulation). • Synchronous motors: operating principles, mathematical model, equivalent circuits, current diagrams. • Synchronous machines dynamics and short circuit transient at alternators’ connections.
IX. DC ELECTRICAL MACHINES • Manufacturing aspects, operation principles, general considerations and classificationod DC electrical machines. • DC Generators: types of excitation, mathematical model, equivalent curcuits and operating principles. • Separately excited DC motors: mathematical model, equivalent circuit, operating principles and speed regulation.
X. BRUSHLESS MOTORS • DC Brushless motors: manufacturing aspects, operation principles, mathematical model. Trapezoidal control technique. Torque characteristics. • AC Brushless motors: manufacturing aspects, operation principles, mathematical model. Sinusoidal control technique. Torque characteristics. • DC and AC brushless comparison. Traditional and brushless motor drives comparison.
XI. STEPPER MOTORS • Stepper motors: classification, manufacturing aspects, operation principles, mathematical model. Electromagnetic torque. • Permanent magnets stepper motors: manufacturing aspects, operation principles, driving and control. • Variable reluctance stepper motors: manufacturing aspects, operation principles, driving and control. • Hybrid stepper motors: manufacturing aspects, operation principles, driving and control.
( reference books)
1. F. White, Principles of Control Engineering, Elsevier
2. L. Keviczky, R. Bars, J. Hetthéssy, C. Bányász, Control Engineering, Springer
3. L. Keviczky, R. Bars, J. Hetthéssy, C. Bányász, Control Engineering: MATLAB Exercises, Springer
4. T. Wildi, Electrical Machines, Drives and Power Systems, Pearson College Div
5. S. N. Vukosavic, Electrical Machines, Springer
6. T. Gonen, Electrical Machines with MATLAB®, CRC Press

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18391 
INGEGNERIA DELL'INDUSTRIA AGROALIMENTARE E BIOTECNOLOGICA

FIDALEO Marcello
( syllabus)
Rheology of food and biotechnogical products. Transport of liquids. Thermal death and thermal damage kinetics. Macroscopic mass balances under stationary and nonstationary conditions. Energy balance. Application of the macroscopic energy and mass balance to food and biotechnological systems. Mass transfer. Heat transfer under nonstationary conditions (heat penetration curve). Heat exchangers. Thermal treatments and relative devices. Main unit operations in the food and biotechnology industry: evaporation, freezing, drying under air flow, distillation, solidliquid extraction, membrane separation operations, filtration, centrifugation.
( reference books)
P. Masi. Ingegneria alimentare. Modelli predittivi della tecnologia alimentare. Doppiavoce. P. Masi. Esercitazioni di ingegneria alimentare. Guida alla risoluzione dei problemi. Doppiavoce.

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15683 
TECNOLOGIE MECCANICHE
(objectives)
The student will have to acquire precise knowledge of the most commonly used technologies and processing systems in the industrial sector. In particular he will have to develop the ability to analyze machining technologies, choose the most suitable technologies, choose machining tools, define machining parameters and define a machining cycle.

RUBINO Gianluca
( syllabus)
References to the main properties of the materials with a technological interest. The mechanical and technological tests according to the workability of metallic materials. Surface technology: dimensional and surficial metrology, tribology. Manufacturing processes by merger. Ingot: life, defects, typical structure. Continuous casting. Transient form casting. Solidification and final structure of the metallic alloys. The thermal size reduction. Directional solidification. Sizing of power systems. Range action of sprues. Coolers. Recovery and residual thermal stresses. Process tolerances. Allowances. Fillet radii. Technoeconomic aspects of foundry processes. Machining by chip removal. Chip forming. Classification of chip removal machining. Turning: the structure of the machines, types of work, equipment, cutting crosssection, forces and powers cutting, roughness. Drilling: the structure of the machines, types of tools, real rake angles. Processing by plastic deformation. Plastic behavior of metals. Criteria of plasticity. Permanent deformations. Deformation work. Forging and stamping: general notes, forces, work, machines. Lamination: general notes, computing elements on the lamination, length of rolling, conditions of entrance, rolling speed, section neutral, rolling forces, torque and power, lamination pressure, enlargement of flatrolled, rolling of sections, the machines structure. Extrusion: general, extrusion dies, extrusion forces. Wire drawing: general; drawing forces, work, dies. Welds. Autogenous and heterogeneous, oxyacetylene flame welding, arc welding, controlled atmosphere welding, resistance welding. Unconventional welding techniques. Defects and fracture of welded joints. Mechanical properties of welded joints.

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15692 
FONDAMENTI DI COSTRUZIONE DI MACCHINE
(objectives)
The course will introduce students to the principles of mechanical design. The course aims to consolidate and broaden the basic knowledge of continuous mechanics, providing the tools for application in mechanical engineering. The course introduces students to the design of simple, monodimensional mechanical elements of common engineering interest and gears.
EXPECTED LEARNING RESULTS  Knowledge and Understanding Capabilities: Have developed the knowledge of the principles of mechanical design and technical drawing. Knowledge of the principles of: continuous mechanics, static design and fatigue.  Applying Knowledge and Understanding: Know how to apply the principles of static design and effort to monodimensional mechanical elements, gears and speed variators elements dimensioning.  Making Judgment: To be able to interpret sizing results and to prepare the structural optimization of it.  Communication Skills: Being able to describe scientific issues related to mechanical design in written and oral form.  Learning Skills: To be able to describe scientific issues related to mechanical design and technical drawing in written and oral form. This skill will be developed through the active involvement of students through oral class discussions, exercises written and the elaboration of a group project on specific topics related to the course.

FANELLI Pierluigi
( syllabus)
The problem of De Saint Venant. Setting and solution. Simple stresses : normal stress, bending, biaxial bending, compression bending, torsion, shear. The criteria of resistance to brittle and ductile materials: the elastic limit. Design methods. Predesign of structural components. Static checks, deformability checks, fatigue checks. Stress: Calculation in onedimensional elements. Tensile, bending and torsion stresses in onedimensional elements. Coefficient of stress concentration Kt. Materials: Mechanical characterization of materials. Fatigue: Fatigue resistance in absence of defects, trigger mechanisms and propagation. Transmissions: Classification of gear transmissions. Features of involute profiles. Modular proportioning. Calculation of thickness of the tooth. The interference and methods for its elimination. Function of a mechanical power transmission. Principle relations: transmission ratio, power, torque, efficiency, etc. General information on the design of the gears. Involute teeth correction. Loads on shaft from Cylindrical spur gears and helical gears. Strength calculation of gears: bending of the teeth. General information about the strength calculation of gears and load distribution on teeth pairs.
( reference books)
 Juvinall, Marshek  Fondamenti di costruzione di macchine  Editore: CittàStudi  Giovannozzi, Costruzione di macchine, Patron

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15774 
MISURE MECCANICHE E TERMICHE
(objectives)
Educational aims: The main objectives of the Mechanical and Thermal Measurements course is to give the student the knowledge of both the right metrological terms that have to be used and the working principle of the main measurement devices, investigating which is their design and the pros and cons of each sensor.
Expected learning outcomes: Knowledge and understanding: understanding of the definitions of static and dynamic metrological characteristics; knowledge of the definitions of measurement units; knowledge of the probability distributions in order to be able to define the uncertainty; understanding of the working principle of mechanical, thermal and electric instruments. Applying knowledge and understanding: understanding of the right scientific and methodological approach to the measurements; learning to independently perform a calibration procedure evaluating the calibration uncertainty; understanding the consistent of results applying a statistic approach; learning to perform a dynamic characterization of measurement instruments. Making judgements: the student will be able to understand the experimental results gathered from calibration and measurement procedures; knowing how to choose the best instruments that has to be used as a function of the required measurements. Communication skills: the student will be able to report on the performed experiments and to read and write both calibration reports and datasheets. Learning skills: the ability to use the learned methodological accuracy in different measurement fields than those studied in the Mechanical and Thermal Measurements course.

ROSSI Stefano
( syllabus)
Detailed Program: The course is subdivided into eight didactical units and experimental trials that are reported in the following: 1. Metrology (12 hours): Measurement procedures, Measurement unit systems, Sensors, Static and Dynamic characteristics of measurement systems, Influence quantities, design of experimental setup; Experience on first order instruments, Experience on second order instruments. 2. Calibration and statistics (12 hours): Gauss probability distribution, standard deviation, statistical inference tests, confidence, guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement, type A and type B uncertainty, propagation of uncertainties and distributions; Experience on potentiometer calibration. 3. Operational amplifiers and Filters (10 hours): inverting amplifier, noninverting amplifier, ideal and real amplifier, instrumentation amplifier, lowpass filter, highpass filter, bandwidth filter, Notch filter; Experience on operational amplifiers. 4. Electrical measurements (6 hours); Galvanometer, amperometer, clamp meter, voltmeter, Wheatstone Bridge, resistance measurements. 5. Thermal measurements (10 hours): Thermal measurement units, Platinum thermometer, thermistor, thermocouple, chemical thermometer, ultrasound thermometer, calibration; Experience on thermal measurements. 6. Strain, Force and Pressure measurements (10 hours); Strain gauge, load cell design, tension, bending and shear load cell, multicomponent load cell, torquemeter, load cell calibration, manometer, vacuometer, pressure sensor calibration; Experience on load cells. 7. Dimensional, displacement, and velocity measurements (6 hours): ruler, caliper, micrometer, bore gauge, gauge block, CMM, potentiometer, LVDT, Encoder, laser scanner, speedometer. 8. Viscosity and flow measurements: viscometers, flow meters, Venturi meter, Pitottube, hotwire anemometers.
( reference books)
E. O. DOEBELIN Measurement Systems: Application and Design , Mac Graw Hill

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