Subject: Electrical Engineering, Environment and Protection (06 - Z107)


Basic Information

CategoryScientific-professional
Scientific or art field:Electrical and Computer Engineering
InterdisciplinaryNo
ECTS6
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2005..

The course objective is to study basic concepts about time constant and time variable electrical currents, about electricity and electrical properties of materials. Besides, the objective is to present the way of operation of electrical energy system and electric machines (ways of operation, principles, types etc.), as well as the possibility of their application in the modern electric motor drives, that is, in the systems of environmental protection (removal of smoke and harmful gasses, removal of waste waters, transport of hazardous materials etc.). The objective is to present phenomena which have an impact on the electric environment and the living environment due to PES operation and electric consumers, as well as the modern standards and methods of protection.
Students will be able to understand basic concepts about time constant and time varying electric currents. They will master the concepts about electricity and electric properties of materials. They will be able to understand the way of operation of power electric systems and their main consumers (electric machine etc.). They will be able to apply modern electric machines and electric motor drives in the environmental protection systems (removal of smoke and harmful gasses, removal of waste water, transport of hazardous material etc.). They will understand the phenomena which have an impact on the electric environment and the living environment and will be able to apply modern standards and methods of protection.
Basic concepts about electric energy. Direct current. Alternating current. Principles of solving electric networks. Organization of the modern power electric system – Production, transmission and consumption of electrical energy. Electric environment, electric machines. Principles of electromechanical energy conversion- Types of electric machines, basic elements and characteristics. Transformators. Rotational electric machines. Alternating machines. Asynchronous machines – squirrel cage and wound rotor motors. Direct machines. Synchronous machines. Negative impact of electric energy – radiation and conducted disturbances. Electric environment – Impact on other devices, impact on living beings. Electromagnetic field of transmission line, transformators and switchyards – standards and recommendations. Methods of protection.
The course will be lectured through presentation of theoretical principles during lectures, by solving adequate problems during auditory practice and by practical work in the laboratory and in the plants (demonstrations and practice).
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
Miroslav PršaOsnovi elektrotehnike za studente neelektrotehničkih fakulteta1995StylosSerbian language
Levi, E., Vučković, V., Strezoski, VOsnovi Elektroenergetike1997Stylos - FTNSerbian language
Miroslav Prša, Laslo JuhasOsnovi elektrotehnike - zbirka zadataka za studente neelektrotehničkih fakulteta2001FTN IzdavatštvoSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
TestYesYes10.00
TestYesYes10.00
Final exam - part oneNoYes20.00
Final exam - part twoNoYes20.00
Laboratory exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
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Juhas Anamarija
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Vekić Marko
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Kasaš-Lažetić Karolina
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Herceg Dejana
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Milutinov Miodrag
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Lukić Jovan

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Gecić Marko

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Todorović Ivan
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Adžić Evgenije

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