Francisco Javier Sánchez Velasco

  • Teaching area: Máquinas y Motores Térmicos
  • Experimental methods in fluid flow, heat and mass transfer / Nuclear physics / Turbulent flows

Francisco Javier Sánchez Velasco




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  • Teaching area: Máquinas y Motores Térmicos
  • Experimental methods in fluid flow, heat and mass transfer / Nuclear physics / Turbulent flows
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About

Francisco Javier Sánchez Velasco

PhD in PhD in Engineering from Polytechnical University of Valencia (SPAIN) - 2008
Engineer in Industrial/Mechanical Engineering from Polytechnic University of Cartagena (SPAIN) - 2003
Assessment of teaching: number of five-year periods assessed positively: 2
Assessment of research: number of six-year periods assessed positively: 2

Francisco Javier Sánchez Velasco is Industrial Engineer from Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (Spain) and received the Postgraduate Diploma Course in Fluid Dynamics from von Karman Institute (Belgium) in 2004 and the PhD degree with Honors in Industrial Technologies from Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain) in 2008. He worked as researcher at the Laboratory of Analysis of Safety Systems at the Nuclear Safety Research Unit of CIEMAT (Madrid) from 2005 until 2008 and as Assistant Professor at Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena in Thermal Engineering from 2009 to 2011. From 2011 to 2018 he was Associate Professor at University Centre of Defence at the Spanish Air Force Academy and Head of the Department of Engineering and Applied Technologies from 2014 to 2018. He joined back the faculty of Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena in 2018. He is currently Associate Professor from the Department of Thermal and Fluids Engineering at Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena. His main research interests are fluid mechanics, refrigeration, aerosol technology, aerodynamics related issues in nuclear safety.

Office Hours

Location
Day
Schedule
ELDI, Floor -1, Laboratory Lab de Frio&Calor
Las tutorías serán en el Laboratorio de Frío y Calor del Sótano del ELDI
Monday
09:40 — 12:40
ELDI, Floor 1, Laboratory Lab FrioyCalor
Despacho ubicado en el sotano (-1) del Eldi
Tuesday
09:40 — 12:40
Tutorials will by carried out by request of the student sending a mail to fjavier.sanchez@upct.es

Teaching

Course
Degree
Type
Duration
ECTS
THERMAL SOLAR ENERGY
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Type
O
Duration
2Q
ECTS
6
BIOMASS AND BIOFUELS IN THERMAL SYSTEMS
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Type
O
Duration
2Q
ECTS
3
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
Master's degree in Industrial Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
6
HEAT TRANSFER
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
4.5
THERMAL ENGINEERING
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering
Type
B
Duration
1Q
ECTS
6
NAVAL MACHINES II
Bachelor's degree of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
4.5
SOLAR ENERGY
Old Plan Bachelor's degree in Energy and Mineral Resource Engineering (4th year)
Type
O
Duration
2Q
ECTS
3
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering
Type
B
Duration
1Q
ECTS
4.5
HEAT TRANSFER
Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering
Type
B
Duration
2Q
ECTS
4.5
SOLAR ENERGY
Bachelor's degree in Energy and Mineral Resource Engineering
Type
O
Duration
2Q
ECTS
3

Abbreviation list

  • BS: Basic course
  • B: Required course
  • O: Elective course
  • A: Year-long
  • 1Q: 1st half
  • 2Q: 2st half

Teaching evaluation

Year
Course
Degree
Class
Survey respondent
Average (*)
2023-24
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
521102006
Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
10
Average
3.7
2022-23
HEAT TRANSFER
507102010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
10
Average
3.5
SOLAR ENERGY
517109003
Old Plan Bachelor's degree in Energy and Mineral Resource Engineering (4th year)
Class
1
Survey respondent
6
Average
5
SOLAR ENERGY English
517109003
Old Plan Bachelor's degree in Energy and Mineral Resource Engineering (4th year)
Class
1
Survey respondent
6
Average
4.83
THERMAL SOLAR ENERGY
211401003
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Class
1
Survey respondent
6
Average
3.83
BIOMASS AND BIOFUELS IN THERMAL SYSTEMS
211401013
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Class
1
Survey respondent
7
Average
4.57
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
223101011
Master's degree in Industrial Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
7
Average
4.14
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
223101011
Master's degree in Industrial Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
5
Average
4.6
2021-22
HEAT TRANSFER
507102010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
7
Average
4.14
HEAT TRANSFER
507102010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
8
Average
4.5
ENERGY III. ENERGY AUDIT
506109064
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
6
Average
4.83
SOLAR ENERGY
517109003
Old Plan Bachelor's degree in Energy and Mineral Resource Engineering (4th year)
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
5
SOLAR ENERGY English
517109003
Old Plan Bachelor's degree in Energy and Mineral Resource Engineering (4th year)
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
5
THERMAL SOLAR ENERGY
211401003
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Class
1
Survey respondent
11
Average
3.91
BIOMASS AND BIOFUELS IN THERMAL SYSTEMS
211401013
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Class
1
Survey respondent
4
Average
4
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
223101011
Master's degree in Industrial Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
11
Average
4.45
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
223101011
Master's degree in Industrial Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
7
Average
4.71
2020-21
HEAT TRANSFER
507102010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
3.33
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
506102002
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
9
Average
2.56
THERMAL SOLAR ENERGY
211401003
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Class
1
Survey respondent
10
Average
4.1
2019-20
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
507102004
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
9
Average
2.67
HEAT TRANSFER
507102010
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
9
Average
3.33
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
507102004
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering
Class
2
Survey respondent
10
Average
4
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
506102002
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
8
Average
3.13
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
509102004
Bachelor's degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering
Class
1
Survey respondent
22
Average
2.95
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS AND TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
517102009
517108003
Old Plan Bachelor's degree in Energy and Mineral Resource Engineering (4th year)
Class
1
Survey respondent
6
Average
4
SOLAR ENERGY
517109003
Old Plan Bachelor's degree in Energy and Mineral Resource Engineering (4th year)
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
4.67
THERMAL SOLAR ENERGY
211401003
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Class
1
Survey respondent
4
Average
3.75
BIOMASS AND BIOFUELS IN THERMAL SYSTEMS
211401013
Master's degree in Renewable Energies
Class
1
Survey respondent
3
Average
5
(*) Average over a maximum of 5