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Course syllabus B-ENVI - Environmentalistic (FEEIT - WS 2019/2020)

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Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Course unit code:
Course unit title: Environmentalistic
Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods:
2 hours weekly (on-site method)
seminar1 hour weekly (on-site method)

Credits allocated:
Recommended semester/trimester: Applied Informatics - bachelor (semi-compulsory), 1. semester
Automotive Mechatronics - bachelor (semi-compulsory), 1. semester
Electrical Engineering - bachelor (semi-compulsory), 1. semester
Nuclear and Physical Engineering - bachelor (semi-compulsory), 1. semester
Level of study:
Prerequisites for registration:
Assesment methods:
• Credit eligibility = exam admission: 100% participation at the seminars and completion of all seminar projects. The projects will be evaluated by <0-20> points.
• Reaching at least 60% at the exam test (i.e. at least 48 points out of 80)
Evaluation scale: A – <92-100> points
B – <83-92) points
C – <74-83) points
D – <65-74) points
E – <56-65) points
FX – <0-56> points

Logical "AND" shall be applied between criteria for the credit and the exam.
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
Understanding of environmental aspects of technology and review of fundamental environmental concepts. Reading of expert literature with understanding. Application of basic physics in environmental sciences. Acquiring knowledge and overview about basic components of environment (e.g. water, air, energy), monitoring methods and pollution management.
Course contents:
1. Basic concepts and definitions used in environmental sciences.
2. Mass and energy, transport processes.
3. Basic components of environment: water I 
4. Basic components of environment: water II.
5. Basic components of environment: air I.
6. Basic components of environment: air II.
7. Emissons and emission management.
8. Greenhouse effect.
9. Ozone.
10. Monitoring methods in environmental engineering.
11. Physical factors in environmet I.
12. Physical factors in environment II.
Recommended or required reading:
BRINKMAN, A. Physics of the Environment. London : Imperial College Press, 2008. 213 p. ISBN 978-1-84816-179-5.
BOEKER, E. -- GRONDELLE, R. Environmental Science: Physical Principles and Applications. Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, 2001. 362 p. ISBN 0-471-49577-8.
MASTERS, G M. Introduction to environmental engineering and science. Englewood Cliffs : Prentice Hall, 1991. 460 p. ISBN 0-13-481714-1.

BRINKMAN, A. Physics of Environment. London: Imperial College Press, 2008. 213 p.
BOEKER, E. -- GRONDELLE, R. Environmental physics. Chichester : John Wiley, 1995. 448 p. ISBN 0-471-95110-2.
BOEKER, E. -- GRONDELLE, R. Environmental Physics. Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, 1999. 442 p. ISBN 0-471-99780-3.
BOEKER, E. -- GRONDELLE, R. Environmental Physics: Sustainable Energy and Climate Change. West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, 2011. 440 p. ISBN 978-0-470-66675-3.

Language of instruction:
slovak or english
Courses evaluation:
Assessed students in total: 131

31,3 %13,0 %
21,4 %
7,6 %19,1 %7,6 %
Name of lecturer(s):
Ing. Jarmila Degmová, PhD. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, tutor) - slovak, english
prof. Ing. Márius Pavlovič, PhD. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, person responsible for course, tutor) - slovak, english
Last modification:
6. 5. 2019
prof. Ing. Márius Pavlovič, PhD. and programme supervisor

Last modification made by RNDr. Marian Puškár on 05/06/2019.

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