Faculty of Textile Technology
 
Course: Industrial Energetics

Teachers in charge Ph. D. Alka Mihelić-Bogdanić, Prof.
Study Textile Science and Technology - postgraduate
Course summary 30
ECTS 4
Knowledge verification oral exam, seminar
Lecture type lectures, seminars
Subject content Growth progress trends of energetic; interaction between technology and management; Energy demand:avilability, economical, environmental impact; Energy consumption in various textile processes: kind, quality, parameters relevant foe process, projected and operating values; Energy management: process flow scheme, kind and places of energy consumption, losses, energy conservation; Energy technologies: evaluation of existing, new technologies development; Heat recovery in regard to energy, economy and ecology; Possibilities for optimization: alternative resources, renewable and nonrenewable, availability and economy; cogeneration in textile industry; Thermal and chemical environmental loading; Integral systems and plants analysis, energy supply, heat recovery network; Process exampless:Energy structure optimization results, i.e. energy efficiency and energy savings in various textile processes.
Aim of course Industrial energetic is focusing on the science and technology,on energy efficiency and savings towards environment protection.In the textile industry,energy in form of heat and electricity is lost without any attempt to save.The aim of this course is to study the complete list of various possibilities of improvement.Industrial energetic provides a basic engineering foundation for understanding the interaction between textile technology and management.The possibility for new technologies application,alternative renewable sources should be find.
Literature necessary for course J. De Beer, Potential for In dustrial Energy-Efficiency Improvement in the Long term, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2000.
Encyclopedia of Energy, Vol.1-6, C.J. Cleveland, Editor, Elsevier, San Diego 2004.
F. Freith, R.E. West, Energy Efficiency, CRC Press, New York, 1997.
B. Udovičić, Energetika i okoliš u globalizaciji, Kika-graf, Zagreb, 2002.
R.Budin, A. Mihelić-Bogdanić. Izvori i gospodarenje energijom u industriji, drugo izdanje,Element, Zagreb, 2014.