Subject: Physical and chemical parameters of the working environment (17 - ZR222)


Basic Information

CategoryScientific-professional
Scientific or art field:Environment Protection Engineering
InterdisciplinaryNo
ECTS4
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Course specification

Course is active from 06.11.2018..

Acquiring knowledge in the field of identification of chemical and physical parameters of the working environment. Introducing students with methodologies for sampling and measuring of working environment parameters. Introduction to the methods of preparation and analysis of the parameters of the working environment.
After completing the course and pass the exam, students will be able to: - Identify significant physical and chemical parameters of specific working environments; - independently select methodologies for sampling and recording of working environment parameters; - recognize the appropriate method of preparation and analysis of the parameters of the working environment.
Physical and chemical parameters of the working environment (temperature, humidity, pressure, noise, vibrations, lighting, number of sub-divided particles in the workplace, chemical damage). Sources of physical harm in the working environment. Sources of chemical pollution in the working environment. Diagnostics of the state of the working environment. Ambient conditions: microclimate parameters (pressure, temperature, humidity). Methods of sampling and recording of physical and chemical parameters of the working environment. Instrumental methods for analyzing the physical and chemical parameters of the working environment.
Lectures and laboratory exercises. Consultations. In order to collect pre-examination points during the semester, students are obliged to attend lectures and laboratory exercises and to pass two tests. After successfully completing the pre- examination obligations, students are entitled to take the exam. The exam consists of the written and mandatory oral part. During the semester students can pass the written part of the exam through two colloquiums. Colloquiums, as one of the forms of knowledge test, consist of theoretical and computational work and are written. If the student does not pass the written part of the exam through the form of a colloquium, the student enters the written part of the exam which covers the materials of the entire semester. The overall assessment of the exam is formed by summing up the number of points obtained from pre-examination obligations, colloquia, ie the written part of the exam and the number of points scored in the oral part of the exam.
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
M.F. FulekarIndustrial hygiene and chemical safety2006I.K. International Publishing HouseEnglish
Mohammad Farhat Ali, Bassam M. El Ali, James G. SpeightHandbook of Industrial Chemistry: Organic Chemicals2005McGraw-Hill EducationEnglish
Phillip Carson, Clive MumfordHazardous Chemicals Handbook2002CRC PressEnglish
Cvetković, D., Praščević, M.Buka i vibracije2005Izdavačka jedinica Univerziteta, NišSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
TestYesYes10.00
TestYesYes10.00
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes40.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
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Mihajlović Ivana
Associate Professor

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Petrović Maja
Assistant Professor

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Živančev Nevena
Assistant with PhD

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Marinković Tijana
Research Associate

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Novaković Mladenka
Assistant with PhD

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