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DetailsTeachersCourseMode L+(A+L+S+C) (H)EctsCode
+P:1. Marija Krstinić
P:2. Zoran Vulelija
A: Marija Krstinić
A: Zoran Vulelija
15+30 (30+0+0+0) (15)2.0155632
Code WEB/ISVU24565/155632ECTS2.0Academic year2019/2020
Name
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in electrical engineering (Redovni elektrotehnika) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
15+30 (30+0+0+0)
15
TeachersLectures:1. Marija Krstinić
Lectures:2. Zoran Vulelija
Auditory exercises: Marija Krstinić
Auditory exercises: Zoran Vulelija
Course objectivesstudents will acquire elementary competence in communication and knowledge of basic professional terminology necessary for translating easy texts in professional literature; systematize and broaden the knowledge of the English language structures with emphasis on professional language; develop the skill of writing messages and notes
Learning outcomes:1.ability to communicate at the standard basic level. Level:6,7
2.ability to write short personal letters, notes and messages using auxiliary literature (dictionaries and handbooks). Level:6,7
3.ability to integrate familiar language structures into a new context. Level:6,7
4.ability to identify and translate basic professional terminology. Level:6
5.ability to distinguish between established stereotypes and intercultural characteristics. Level:6
6.ability to integrate professional terminology into short written reports. Level:6,7
7.ability to establish similarities and differences between the language structures of Croatian and English. Level:6
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Questions and answers
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
Homework presentation
Interactive lectures, i.e. continuous participation of students, using drills and exercises from text books, or by means of an over-head projector.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesLaboratory exercises on laboratory equipment
Laboratory exercises, computer simulations
Group problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Grammar and vocabulary drills and exercises in class and in the computer laboratory(on-line learning).
Course content lectures1.Present Tenses, Word Order, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Past Tenses, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
3.Sequence of tenses, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
4.Articles, Commands, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3
5.Zero and 1st conditional, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4
6.The Engineering Profession, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4,6,7
7.The Bologna Process in the Department of Electrical Engineering, ECST, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
8.The Structure of Matter, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,6
9.The Electric Current, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,6,7
10.Electric Circuits, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6
11.The Effects of an Electric Current, 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7
12.Conductors, Insulators, Semiconductors, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6
13.Batteries and Capacitors, 2h, Learning outcomes:3,4,5
14.Your Career as an Electrical Engineer, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
15.What is Energy?, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6
Course content auditory1.Present Tenses, Word Order, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
2.Past Tenses, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
3.Sequence of tenses, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
4.Articles, Commands, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
5.Zero and 1st conditional, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
6.The Engineering Profession, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
7.The Bologna Process in the Department of Electrical Engineering, ECTS, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
8.The Structure of Matter, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
9.The Electric Current, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
10.Electric Circuits, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
11.The Effects of an Electric Current, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
12.Conductors, Insulators, Semiconductors, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
13.Batteries and Capacitors, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
14.Your Career as an Electrical Engineer, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7
15.What is Energy?, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. Marija Krznarić : Electricity and Electronics, TVZ 2012.

Additional literature:
1. Vladimir Muljević: Englesko-hrvatski elektrotehnički rječnik
2. Štambuk, Pervan, Pilković, Roje: Rječnik elektronike (hrvatsko-engleski i englesko-hrvatski)
3. Marija Slunjski: Englesko-hrvatski rječnik elektroenergetskog nazivlja
Students obligationsnone
Knowledge evaluation during semesterRedovitost pohaa#10#0#100$Mini-test#2#5#60$Seminarski rad#1#30#100$Domazada5#5#100$Pisana provjera znanja#2#40#55$Usmena provjera znanja#1#20#60$
Knowledge evaluation after semesterwritten and oral exam
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Written exam)1
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22153;46826;85612;
Proposal made bysenior lecturer, Marija Krznarić, prof. (20.06.2013.)
+P:1.prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat
P:2. Alemka Knapp
A: Valentino Jadriško
A: Alemka Knapp
A: Borna Radatović
A: Diana Šaponja-Milutinović dipl.ing.fizike, pred.
Physics45+30 (30+0+0+0) (105)6.0184793
Code WEB/ISVU25060/184793ECTS6.0Academic year2019/2020
NamePhysics
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in electrical engineering (Redovni elektrotehnika) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+30 (30+0+0+0)
105
TeachersLectures:1. prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat
Lectures:2. Alemka Knapp
Auditory exercises: Valentino Jadriško
Auditory exercises: Alemka Knapp
Auditory exercises: Borna Radatović
Auditory exercises: Diana Šaponja-Milutinović dipl.ing.fizike, pred.
Course objectivesStudents will understand physical phenomena and quantities used in the study of electrical engineering described within a broader context of the basic laws of physics. (The topics studied in details in the other compulsory core modules are not included.)
Learning outcomes:1.ability to calculate simple rectilinear and circular motions and projectile motion . Level:6
2.ability to analyze kinematic quantities in curvilinear motion motion. Level:6
3.ability to calculate translational acceleration of a body acted upon by forces and simpler examples of angular acceleration. Level:6
4.ability to correlate work of forces with changes in kinetic and potential energy of a body. Level:6,7
5.ability to analyze simple motions in gravitational field (satellites). Level:6
6.ability to distinguish between classical mechanical description and special relativity . Level:6
7.ability to analyze simple harmonic oscillations without damping. Level:6
8.ability to relate Bohr's model of atom with qualitative description of electronic shells and bands. Level:6,7
9.ability to calculate simpler examples of emission/absorption of photons and photoelectric effect . Level:6
10.ability to relate the knowledge of the nucleus structure to radioactive decay. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Demonstration
Discussion
Questions and answers
Other
Oral presentation, including communication with students; their active participation is stimulated during formulation and analysis of physical laws. Physical phenomena and laws are illustrated by familiar examples or improvised demonstrations, and by simple experiments where possible. Equations and their derivations are fully outlined on the blackboard, illustrated by sketches and diagrams as appropriate.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Interactive problem solving
Other
Solving simpler problems in the topics covered by the lectures, in order to increase understanding of physical quantities and their interrelations. Calculations include numerical values which appear in technical applications. Teacher explains and illustrates the procedure, students solve the problems on the blackboard and in their notebooks.
Course content lectures1.Physical quantities and units., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
Polynomial derivative., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
2.Polynomial integration, definite integral., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
Rectilinear motion, free fall., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Motion along curve and circle., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2
4.Newton axioms, momentum., 3h, Learning outcomes:3
5.Work, power and energy., 3h, Learning outcomes:4
6.Rigid body rotation., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3
7.Motion in gravitational field., 3h, Learning outcomes:5
8.Relativity of motion, inertial forces., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
The absolute and greatest speed c., 1h, Learning outcomes:6
9.Einstein special theory of relativity., 3h, Learning outcomes:6
10.Harmonic oscillations., 3h, Learning outcomes:7
11. Wave optics, photoelectric effect., 3h, Learning outcomes:8,9
12.Atomic structure, wave properties of particles., 3h, Learning outcomes:8,9
13.Electron shells., 1h, Learning outcomes:8
Semiconductors., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
14.Elementary particles, nuclear structure., 2h, Learning outcomes:10
Unstable nuclei., 1h, Learning outcomes:10
15.Radioactive decay, nuclear energy., 3h, Learning outcomes:10
Course content auditory1.Rectilinear motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Rectilinear motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Projectile motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
4.Circular motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
5.Newton axioms., 2h, Learning outcomes:3
6.Newton axioms., 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Work and power, energy., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
8.Collisions., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
9.1. partial exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4
10.Rigid body rotation., 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3
11.Motion in gravitational field., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
12.Special theory of relativity., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
13.Bohr model of atom., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
14.Photoelectric effect., 1h, Learning outcomes:9
Radioactivity., 1h, Learning outcomes:10
15.2. partial exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6,7,8,9,10
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. Levanat, I., Fizika za TVZ: Kinematika i dinamika, TVZ, Zagreb, 2010;
2. Knapp, A., Zbirka riješenih zadataka iz fizike, TVZ, Zagreb, 2013
Additional literature:
1. Young and Freedman, University Physics, Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 2007;
2. Kulišić, P., Mehanika i toplina, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2005
Students obligationsnone
Knowledge evaluation during semesterTwo partial exams, each with numerical problems and theoretical questions.
Minimum to pass each partial exam: theory 40%, problems 50%.
For attending lectures up to 10% of theory maximum added.
Knowledge evaluation after semesterFull exam, with numerical problems and theoretical questions.
Minimum to pass: 40% problems and 40% theory.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)3
(Oral exam)3
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22239;
Proposal made byIvica Levanat, prof.v.šk, 14. 01. 2014
+A:1. Boris Metikoš ,prof.Kinesiology Education I0+30 (30+0+0+0) (0)1.0143308
Code WEB/ISVU24462/143308ECTS1.0Academic year2019/2020
NameKinesiology Education I
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in electrical engineering (Redovni elektrotehnika) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
0+30 (30+0+0+0)
0
TeachersAuditory exercises:1. Boris Metikoš ,prof.
Course objectivesstudents will raise awareness of the importance of physical education
Learning outcomes:1.Demonstrate the proper execution of the technical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity. Level:6
2.Demonstrate the proper execution of the technical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity. Level:6
3.Explain the basic terms of a specific kinesiologic activity. Level:6
4.Explain the importance of warming-up in a specific kinesiologic activity. Level:6
5.Explain the importance of stretching in a particular kinesiologic activity. Level:6
6.Express the basic rules of a specific kinesiologic activity. Level:6
7.Identify auxiliary and elementary games in the learning process of a specific kinesiologic activity. Level:6
8.Describe the technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity. Level:6
9.Give an example of how to organize a competition. Level:6
10.Identify and understand the necessity of regular exercise for health. Level:6
11.ability to describe organization of students' sport competitions. Level:6
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesWorkshop
Course content auditory1.Repeating technical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Repeating technical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Adopting new elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
4.Adopting new elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Improving the elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
6.Improving the elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Adopting a set of warm-up exercises for a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
8.Adopting a set of stretching exercises for a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
9.Repeating the basic rules of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
10.Using auxiliary and elementary games in the learning process of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
11.Adoption of basic technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:8
12.Adoption of basic technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:8
13.Competition and Games, 2h, Learning outcomes:9
14.Competition and Games, 2h, Learning outcomes:9
15.Training and automation of injury prevention exercises, 2h, Learning outcomes:10
Required materialsMethodological: Realized according to the elective programmes for which the students decide at the beginning of each semester: football, basketball, swimming, walking, general physical condition. Programmes are adapted to the level of technical and tactical knowledge of a certain group in the individual programme. In addition to the contents included in elective programmes, the students are obliged to climb Sljeme once in every semester and to test the knowledge of swimming in order to get an insight into the number of non swimmers. A course for non swimmers is organized. The competitions and technical-tactical preparations for competitions (football, basketball, water polo, archery and athletics).
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. I. Belan, Aerobik, Ivo Balen, Koprivnica, 1988.
2. I. Horvat, Pravila nogometne igre, Novinsko-izdavačko propagandno poduzeće, Zagreb, 1994.
3. I. Tocigl, Taktika igre u obrani, Novinsko-izdavačko propagandno poduzeće, Zagreb, 1989.
Additional literature:
1. D. Milanović, Dopunski sadržaji sportske pripreme, Sportska tribina i Kineziološki fakultet Zagreb, Zagreb, 2002.
Students obligationsStudents are required to actively participate in exercises during 30 hours per semester, during four semesters. First semester students must go through the swimming test (non-swimmers have to attend the swimming school during the second semester). Second semester students must be present at both lectures and exercises. Students who are not required to attend because of active participation in sports are however required to attend all lectures, assist in the organization and implementation of lectures, and attend a specially devised program if permitted to do so by the sports doctor.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterRegular attendance
Knowledge evaluation after semesterThe exam is not graded but the knowledge is checked at the beginning, in the preamble, the following semester.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22259;83784;
Proposal made byBoris Metikoš, profesor of kineziology
+P:1.mr.sc. Bojan Kovačić , viši predavač
P:2. Luka Marohnić
P:3.dr. sc. Anđa Valent viši predavač
P:4. Ivica Vuković
A:mr.sc. Bojan Kovačić , viši predavač
A: Luka Marohnić
A:dr. sc. Anđa Valent viši predavač
A: Ivica Vuković
45+45 (45+0+0+0) (120)7.0155992
Code WEB/ISVU24635/155992ECTS7.0Academic year2019/2020
Name
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in electrical engineering (Redovni elektrotehnika) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+45 (45+0+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. mr.sc. Bojan Kovačić , viši predavač
Lectures:2. Luka Marohnić
Lectures:3. dr. sc. Anđa Valent viši predavač
Lectures:4. Ivica Vuković
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Bojan Kovačić , viši predavač
Auditory exercises: Luka Marohnić
Auditory exercises:dr. sc. Anđa Valent viši predavač
Auditory exercises: Ivica Vuković
Course objectivesStudents will understand the teaching material and develop the skill required for solving the relevant problems.
Learning outcomes:1.ability to analyze the real function of a real variable. Level:6
2.ability to calculate sum, difference, product and quotient of complex numbers written in some of three standard forms. Level:6
3.ability to calculate dot, cross and scalar triple products of three vectors and give an interpretation of theobtained results. Level:6
4.calculate the limit of a sequence of real numbers and the limit of a real function of a real variable. Level:6
5.ability to calculate derivations of the real function of a real variable . Level:6
6.ability to plot the graph of the real function of a real variable. Level:6
7.calculate sum, difference and product of two real matrices, and inverse of regular real matrix. Level:6
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Modelling
Discussion
Questions and answers
Other
The course material is being presented in the classroom with detailed explanations and comments.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesComputer simulations
Other
The problems are being solved on the blackboard with detailed explanations.
Course content lectures1.Introduction to the module. Basic principles of mathematic logics. Mathematical induction, 3h
2.Complex numbers. Euler formula., 3h, Learning outcomes:2
3.Basic concept of matrix algebra., 2h, Learning outcomes:7
Determinants of order at most 3., 1h, Learning outcomes:7
4.Basic concept of vector algebra, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
Dot, outer and triple cross of vectors and their applications., 1h, Learning outcomes:3
5.Concept of real functions with one real variable. Function natural domain. Bijective function and its inverse., 3h, Learning outcomes:1
6.Polynomials. Polynomial roots. Basic theorem of algebra., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,6
7.Polynomial long division. Rational functions. Zeros and poles of rational function. Partial fraction decomposition of rational function., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,6
8.A sequence of real numbers. Limit of a sequence of real numbers. Number e. Limit of a real function of a real variable. Some basic limits., 3h, Learning outcomes:5
9.Continuous function. Local and global components of continuous function., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,5
10.Derivation of a real function of a real variable. Derivation rules. Getting some elementary derivations of real functions., 3h, Learning outcomes:4
11.Some derivation techniques., 3h, Learning outcomes:4
12. Basic theorems of differential calculus (Fermat, Rolle, Lagrange and Cauchy theorem)., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,4
13.Local and global extrema of a real function. LHospital-Bernoulli rule. Asymptotes., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,4,5
14.Derivative of order 2. Intervals of concavity and convexity. Inflection points. Examining a real function of a real variable., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6
15.Higher order derivatives. Concept of differentials., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,4
Course content auditory1.Basic principles of mathematical logics., 3h
2.Forms of complex numbers. De Moivre formulas. Euler formula., 3h, Learning outcomes:2
3.The basic concepts of matrix algebra., 3h, Learning outcomes:3
4.The basic concepts of vector algebra., 3h, Learning outcomes:3,7
5.Real functions of a real variable - general notion and domain. Algebraic operations with functions. Inverse of a bijective function., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,7
6.Polynomials. Rational functions. Decomposition of rational function into partial fractions., 2h, Learning outcomes:7
7.Harmonic function. Superposition of two harmonic functions., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,7
8.1. preliminary exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,7
Hyperbolic functions., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,7
9.Limit of a sequence of real numbers. Limit of a real variable function., 3h, Learning outcomes:5
10.Derivation of real function with one real variable. Derivation rules., 3h, Learning outcomes:4
11.The chain rule. Derivation of implicite defined function. Derivation of parametric defined function., 3h, Learning outcomes:4
12.Tangent and normal of plain curve. LHospital-Bernoulli rule., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,4
13.Intervals of monotonicity of real function. Finding the extrema of a real function. Mathematical modelling of simple optimization tasks., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6
14.Intervals of concavity and convexity. Inflection points. Examining a real function., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6
15.Examining a real function., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,4,5,6
2. preliminary exam., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4,5,6
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literatureObavezna:
1. I. Vuković: Matematika 1: udžbenik za stručni studij elektrotehnike, Redak, 2015.
2. Autorizirani radni materijal za predavanja i vježbe.
3. B. Kovačić, L. Marohnić, T. Strmečki: Repetitorij matematike za studente elektrotehnike, priručnik, Tehničko veleučilište u Zagrebu, 2016.
4. A. Aglić Aljinović et.al.: Matematika

1, Element, Zagreb, 2014.
5. S. Suljagić: Matematika 1, interna skripta, Tehničko veleučilište u Zagrebu, Zagreb, 2003.

Dodatna:

1. B. Apsen: Repetitorij elementarne matematike, Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 1994.
2. B. Apsen: Repetitorij više matematike 1, Golden-marketing - Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 2003.
3. T. Bradić et.al.: Matematika za tehnološke fakultete, Element Zagreb, 2006.
4. I. Brnetić: Matematička analiza 1, zadaci s pismenih ispita, Element, Zagreb, 2005.
5. B.P. Demidovič, Zadaci i riješeni primjeri iz više matematike, Danjar, Zagreb, 1995.
6. V.P. Minorski: Zbirka zadataka iz više matematike, Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 1972.
Students obligations70% of class attendance of the total class number.
In case of less class attendance, valid excuse and submitted obligatory assignments are required.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterTotal 2 preliminary exams (numerical tasks).

1. preliminary exam: eliminatory, pass: 50% of total points at the exam;
2. preliminary exam: eliminatory, pass: 50% of total points at the exam.

Final mark:

50% - 62% of total points at both preliminary exams = sufficient(2)
63% - 74% of total points at both preliminary exams = good(3)
75% - 87% of total points at both preliminary exams = very good(4)
88% - 100% of total points at both preliminary exams = excellent (5); no obligation of oral exam.
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam:

4 examining terms;
pass: 50% od total points;

Written exam mark:

see final mark formed as the result of both preliminary exams;

Oral exam:

obligatory condition: passed written exam;
pass: correct answers at 50% of questions;

Oral exam mark:

maximum 1 mark better than mark of written exam.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)4
(Oral exam)3
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22240;
Proposal made byBojan Kovačić, M.Sc., senior lecturer, Luka Marohnić, B.Sc., senior lecturer (14.6.2019.)
+P:2. Davor Šterc
P:2.mr.sc. Veselko Tomljenović viši predavač
P: Vladimir Šimović
A: Mato Brizar
A: Robert Herčeki
A:mr.sc. Zoran Kovačević predavač
A: Vladimir Šimović
A: Davor Šterc
A:mr.sc. Veselko Tomljenović viši predavač
L: Mato Brizar
L: Tomislav Đuran , dipl. ing.
L: Aleksandar Kiričenko
L:mr.sc. Zoran Kovačević predavač
L: Siniša Lacković struč.spec.ing.el.
L:pred. Ivan Lujo , dipl.ing.
L:mr.sc. Darko Lukša dipl.ing
L:mr.sc. Krunoslav Martinčić
L: Vladimir Šimović
L: Petar Tomljanović
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering45+60 (45+15+0+0) (165)9.0184795
Code WEB/ISVU25062/184795ECTS9.0Academic year2019/2020
NameFundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in electrical engineering (Redovni elektrotehnika) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+60 (45+15+0+0)
165
TeachersLectures:2. Davor Šterc
Lectures:2. mr.sc. Veselko Tomljenović viši predavač
Lectures: Vladimir Šimović
Auditory exercises: Mato Brizar
Auditory exercises: Robert Herčeki
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Zoran Kovačević predavač
Auditory exercises: Vladimir Šimović
Auditory exercises: Davor Šterc
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Veselko Tomljenović viši predavač
Laboratory exercises: Mato Brizar
Laboratory exercises: Tomislav Đuran , dipl. ing.
Laboratory exercises: Aleksandar Kiričenko
Laboratory exercises:mr.sc. Zoran Kovačević predavač
Laboratory exercises: Siniša Lacković struč.spec.ing.el.
Laboratory exercises:pred. Ivan Lujo , dipl.ing.
Laboratory exercises:mr.sc. Darko Lukša dipl.ing
Laboratory exercises:mr.sc. Krunoslav Martinčić
Laboratory exercises: Vladimir Šimović
Laboratory exercises: Petar Tomljanović
Course objectivesTo enable understanding of fundamental laws, principles and phenomena in the area of DC and AC circuits. Prepare students, with theory and practice, for knowledge transfer and skill acquisition from professional and specialist courses.
Learning outcomes:1.the basic concepts (branch voltage and current, equations for primitive elements: resistance, ideal voltage and current source, simple and complex electric circuit, measuring instruments) and laws relating to the composition of electric DC circuits. Level:6,7
2.methods and theorems in solving AC and DC circuit problems. Level:6,7
3.the theorems and methods of solving linear DC circuits with the occurrence of the capacitor as a circuit element and commutation laws (initial conditions, forced and free response, transient and stationary state) and transition phenomena (charging and discharging of capacitors and coils over resistor). Level:6,7
4.the relationship between voltage and current of sinusoidal waveforms on a resistor, coil and capacitor using the terms relating to the time domain and current domains (waveforms and current divisions, mean and effective values, ratio factors) and the sinusoidal presentation method (phasors and phasor transformation, phasor arithmetic). Level:6
5.terms related to impedance and admittance, type and conversion of the types of circuits (serial, parallel, mixed, triangle, star), electric power (current, average, active, reactive, apparent, power triangle, expression and proof of the maximum power theorem) and with the frequency characteristic of the circuit (resonance, quality factor, damping ratio). Level:6,7
6.concepts related to multiphase systems (general principle, classifications, advantages), their most common form; three-phase system (basic types, phase and line voltage and current definitions), and with the calculation of non-sinusoidal periodic waveforms and transformer (self-inductance, mutual inductance, coupling coefficient, equivalent circuit, ideal transformer). Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Guest lecturer
Case studies
Demonstration
Simulations
Discussion
Questions and answers
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Interactive problem solving
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesLaboratory exercises on laboratory equipment
Group problem solving
Essay writing
Discussion, brainstorming
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Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Special purpose laboratory
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Portable overhead projector
Video equipment
Maquette
Tools
Operating supplies
Exam literaturePreporučena:
1.V. Pinter, Osnove elektrotehnike, Tehnička knjiga. Zagreb 1994.
2.E. Šehović, M. Tkalić, I. Felja, Osnove elektrotehnike - zbirka primjera, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1989.
3.B. Kuzmanović, Osnove Elektrotehnike II, Element, Zagreb, 2011
4.J. Edminster, Electric circuits, Schaum, 2003.

Alternativna/dopunska:
1.G. Lukić, Zbirka zadataka iz osnova elektrotehnike, vlastita naklada, Zagreb, 2012.
2.A. Pavić, I. Felja, Osnove elektrotehnike primjeri i zadaci za vježbu, FER, Zagreb, 2016.
3.I Felja, D. Koračin, Zbirka zadataka i riješenih primjera iz Osnova elektrotehnike, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1992.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)2
(Written exam)4
(Oral exam)3
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22249;
Proposal made byKatedra za Osnove elektrotehnike
+P:1. Trpimir Alajbeg
P:dr. sc. Mladen Sokele predavač
L: Trpimir Alajbeg
L: Frane Brkić
L:dr.sc. Krešimir Osman , dipl.ing.
Personal computers in electrical engineering15+30 (0+30+0+0) (75)4.0184797
Code WEB/ISVU25064/184797ECTS4.0Academic year2019/2020
NamePersonal computers in electrical engineering
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in electrical engineering (Redovni elektrotehnika) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
15+30 (0+30+0+0)
75
TeachersLectures:1. Trpimir Alajbeg
Lectures:dr. sc. Mladen Sokele predavač
Laboratory exercises: Trpimir Alajbeg
Laboratory exercises: Frane Brkić
Laboratory exercises:dr.sc. Krešimir Osman , dipl.ing.
Course objectivesObtaining comprehension of basic architecture and structure of personal computers. Obtaining comprehension of data input/output, information coding as well as data file formats. Develop the ability of a task/problem solving via flowchart. Understand the working environment of EDA software tool. Carry out the circuit analysis in EDA environment
Learning outcomes:1.classify the fundamental computer architecture; identify hardware and software computer components. Level:6,7
2.evaluate the basics concepts and information coding procedures, data formats as well as data presentation. Level:7
3.identify the data input and output. Level:6
4.Create a task solving algorithm and draw a flowchart diagram. Level:6,7
5.develop ability of use od EDA software: user interface; become familiar with workspace, menus, component libraries. Clarifying the role of GND common point. Draw the circuit diagram. Start the simulation process to obtain results and use the measuring instruments. Level:6,7
6.Carry out the circuit analysis in EDA environment: DC operating point analysis, AC analysis at single frequency, time domain analysis and transient analysis, frequency domain analysis. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Demonstration
Simulations
Discussion
Questions and answers
Other
Lectures and literature are available to students, also in the LMS. Midterm exams will be held during laboratory exercises as separate computer tests via LMS.
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesLaboratory exercises, computer simulations
Group problem solving
Data mining and knowledge discovery on the Web
Computer simulations
Other
Each student works individually on computer, practice the work on a computer with software using written instructions relating to the specific exercise and with the help of the teacher. Students should be prepared for exercises. Midterm exams for each exercise will be held via LMS
Course content lectures1.Introductory lecture: course plan; content and literature; way of teaching, assessment and examination. LMS introduction, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
2.Types of computers and its classification. Personal computers in electrical engineering. Software in Electrical Engineering, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Fundamental computer architecture, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
4.Data and information and its representing. Analog to digital conversion. Fundamentals of encoding and data compression, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Information encoding: text, sound, images and movies. Data formats, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Input and output devices. Data entry, data output, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Algorithms, pseudocode and flowcharts, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
8.Electronic design automation (EDA) software, 1h, Learning outcomes:5,6
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3.Introduction: exercise plan, organization, assessment and examination. LMS introduction. Work with text processing software, 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3
4.Quiz-practical work in text processing software. Work with spreadsheet software generating and data processing, 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3
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7.Quiz-practical work in spreadsheet software. Pseudocode algorithms and flowcharts, 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4
8.1st midterm exam. Algorithms and flowcharts , 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4
9.Quiz-practical work in creating algorithm and drawing flowchart. EDA interface, components library, 3h, Learning outcomes:4,5
10.2nd midterm exam. Measuring instruments in EDA, 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,5
11.EDA1 quiz-practical work in EDA. EDA- DC circuits in EDA, Circuit DC operating point analysis, 3h, Learning outcomes:5,6
12.AC circuits in EDA. Circuit AC analysis at single frequency , 3h, Learning outcomes:6
13.EDA2 quiz-practical work in EDA. Circuit-Time domain and Transient analysis , 3h, Learning outcomes:5,6
14.EDA- Circuit-Frequency domain analysis. EDA3 quiz-practical work in EDA, 3h, Learning outcomes:5,6
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Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Overhead projector
Exam literatureOsnovna / Fundamental:
1. Alajbeg, T., Sokele, M. 2018. Primjena osobnih računala u elektrotehnici. TVZ. Zagreb.
2. Alajbeg, T . 2019. Bilješke s predavanja, dostupne u LMS

Dodatna / Additional:
1. Baez-Lopez, D.; Guerrero-Castro, F.; CIRCUIT ANALYSIS WITH MULTISIM, Morgan Claypool Publishers, 2011, San Rafael, California, USA.
2. Sayood, K. Introduction to Data Compression, third edition; Morgan Kaufmann Publishers an imprint of Elsevier, 2006, San Francisco, California, USA
Students obligations-attendance on all laboratory exercises (two absences are allowed)
-achieving at least 50% of total points from laboratory exercises quizzes
Knowledge evaluation during semester2 x midterm exam, 50% total points for passing grade.
6 x quizzes - practical work/skill in software, each 3 points, achieving at least 50% of total points from laboratory exercises quizzes is student obligation.
Knowledge evaluation after semester-Written part of the exam test via LMS.
-Verbal part of the exam: conversation with the teacher
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Practical work)2
(Oral exam)1
(Constantly tested knowledge)1
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22242;
Proposal made byTrpimir Alajbeg, Master of Electrical Engineering, 15.06.2019.