Faculty of Textile Technology
 
Course: Eenergetics

Teachers in charge Ph. D. Alka Mihelić-Bogdanić, Prof.
Study, Module Textile Technology and Engineering - graduate, Module Engineering Design and Management of Textiles
Course summary 4 (2+0+2)
ECTS 5
Knowledge verification preliminary exam, writing exam, oral exam
Lecture type lectures
Exercise type seminars
Subject content Energy sources classification; energy models:demands,production,supply,considering energy sources,users;energy resources: classification, application,environmental impact, economy;energy conversion:direct,gradually,thermodynamics,engineering,economics,environmental fundamentals, conventional fuels,combustion,energy conversion equipment’s;energy management:energy accounting ,auditing, projected,operation costs, comparison, efficiency, plant use factor,energy activities, energy conservation in available plants;optimization:technologies and equipment’s for energy utilization,causes,sorts of losses,waste heats quantity,optimum energy structure,sustainable development, increasing efficiency:cogeneration;energy conservation in textile processes.
Aim of course The proposed program includes knowledge of primary sources, transformation of energy and energy conservation, i.e. of rational consumption in industry processes. The obtained knowledge shall enable an easier continuation of the study and the application of the acquired knowledge in engineering practice.
Literature necessary for course H. Požar: Osnove energetike 1,2,3, Školska knjiga, Zagreb 1992.
C.J. Cleveland, Editor, Encyclopedia of Energy, Vol.1-6, Elsevier, San Diego 2004.
Selected articles from journals like: Tekstil, Energy, Energy Conversion and Management etc.
Supplement literature G. Boyle, Edition, Renewable Energy, Power for Sustainable Future, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1966.
V.M. Brodyanska et al., The Efficiency of Industrial Processes, Elsvier, London, 1994.
F.K: Kreith, R.E.West, Energy Efficiency, CRT Press, New York, 1997.
Y.M.El-Sayed, The Thermoeconomics of Energy Conversions, Elsevier, San Diego, 2003.