Subject: Design and Planning in Environmental Engineering (17 - Z401B)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Environment Protection Engineering
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2005..

Enabling students to participate and make designs in the field of environmental protection. The course objective is to introduce students to the characteristics of the environmental protection necessary for understanding and creating designs of this sort. By application of previously acquired knowledge and interpretation of law regulations and knowledge from this course, students should be able to participate in designing ecological projects.
Acquired knowledge should enable students to understand the character of ecological projects and to be able to participate in making designs in the field of environmental engineering. By mastering the course, students should understand the character of projects in full: Impact assessment on the living environment, Risk assessment of chemical accidents on the living environment, Environment due diligence. Cadastre of pollutants and using additional knowledge students will be able to participate in designing such projects.
Theoretical knowledge: Cadastre of pollutants, Local ecological and action plan, Characterization and history of ecological projects, ISO 14000, Impact assessment on the living environment, Strategic impact assessment on the living environment, Environment due diligence, Risk assessment of chemical accidents, Risk assessment for human health. Practical lectures: During Practice adequate examples from the theoretical lectures are elaborated. Students participate in making projects on numerous examples. During computer practice, students are trained to work on software tools for different types of calculations and simulations necessary for designing projects.
Lectures, Auditory Practice, Computer Practice and Consultations. Written part of the examination can be taken in the form of two colloquiums: Colloquium I – Cadastre of pollutants and its impact on designing all other ecological project, Local ecological action plan, and its application, Impact assessment on the living environment in the EU framework and in accordance with positive Serbian regulations in this field, Strategic impact assessment; Colloquium II - Environment due diligence, Risk assessment of chemical accidents, Risk assessment of human health. Students who don`t pass one of the colloquiums have to take the entire written examination. Examination – both colloquiums are written. Final part of the examination is oral. During examination passed colloquiums or the entire written examination are eliminatory. The course grade is formed based on the success at the colloquiums, term paper (paper and defense) that is, written and oral part.
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Peter WathernEnvironmental Impact Assessments, Theory and practice2004Taylor & FrancisEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes60.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Oral part of the examNoYes10.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Vujić Goran
Full Professor

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Batinić Bojan
Associate Professor

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Vujović Svjetlana
Assistant with PhD

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Antić Katarina
Ministry of Science Scollar on PhD Studies

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Tošić Nikolina
Research Associate

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Bajić Senka
Assistant Professor

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