Subject: Graphic Materials (06 - F106)

Basic Information

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Chair of Graphic Engineering and Design
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2004..

Training students to think abstractly and acquire basic and practical knowledge in the field.
Acquired knowledge is used in the profession, in the individual work, and in further education.
Materials in graphic environment – classification, basic terms, crystal and micro structure, physical and chemical properties. Paper. Production of paper, cardboard, paperboard: obtaining raw materials, preparing paper mass, producing paper, classifying paper and cardboard, researching methods. Supplementary materials for the production of paper, cardboard and paperboard – fillings, sizing agents, and colorants. Paper improvements – impregnation, coating and varnishing. Dyeing paper, cardboard and paperboard. The most important properties of paper, cardboard, paperboard and research. Surface properties – smoothness, dust, hardness (plucking resistance). Optical properties of paper – whiteness, transparency, opacity, shininess and colour. Chemical properties – pH and determining the filling content. Printing inks: types, content, role of components and printing properties. Relation colour – substrate and classification of printing inks according to purpose. Production and investigation methods of general properties significant for the application in the printing industry. Glues in printing industry and methods of investigating their properties. Polymeric materials in graphic engineering: application, modelling and researching the basic properties. Packaging materials. Textile: characteristics, physical and chemical properties, dyeing. Bookbinder`s board. Leather as a graphic material – leather covering. Ceramics as a graphic material: application, modelling, dyeing and investigating the basic properties. Rubber as a graphic material: application, modelling and investigating the basic properties.
Teaching is held interactively as lectures and laboratory practice. During lectures, the theoretical part of the teaching content is presented and supplemented by characteristic examples for better understanding. During laboratory practice, the obtained knowledge is practically applied on the available laboratory equipment. Apart from lectures and practice, consultations are held regularly.
Gerić, KGrafički materijali, skripta (u pripremi za štampu)2011FTN Grafičko inženjerstvo i dizajnSerbian language
Kipphan, H.Handbook of Print Media2001SpringerEnglish
Novak, G.Grafični materiali2004Naravoslovnotehniška fakulteta, Oddelek za tekstilstvo, LjubljanaEnglish
Novaković, D.Uvod u grafičke tehnologije2006FTN, Grafičko inženjerstvo i dizajnSerbian language
Gerić, K., Prica, M., Milošević, R.Grafički materijali, Praktikum za vežbe (u pripremi za štampu)2012FTNSerbian language
Krgović, M. Perviz, O.Grafički materijali2005Tehnološko-metalurški fakultet, BeogradSerbian language
Krgović, M., Ošap, D., Konstatinović, V., Perviz, O., Uskoković, P.Ispitivanje grafičkih materijala2006Tehnološko-metalurški fakultet, BeogradSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Laboratory exercise defenceYesYes20.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes40.00
Laboratory exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Prica Miljana
Full Professor

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Đurđević Stefan
Asistent sa doktoratom

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Adamović Savka
Assistant Professor

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Kecić Vesna
Asistent sa doktoratom

Laboratory classes