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DetailsTeachersCourseMode L+(A+L+S+C) (H)EctsCode
+P:1. Sanja Lađarević dipl.ing.arh.
P:2.dr.sc. Dražen Arbutina dipl.ing.arh.
P:3. Iva Ževrnja
P: Zoran Veršić
A: Goran Babić
A: Bernarda Cesar
A: Iva Ževrnja
K: Goran Babić
K: Bernarda Cesar
K: Iva Ževrnja
Building elements I45+45 (9+0+0+36) (120)7.0155931
Code WEB/ISVU24603/155931ECTS7.0Academic year2019/2020
NameBuilding elements I
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in civil engineering (Redovni graditeljstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+45 (9+0+0+36)
120
TeachersLectures:1. Sanja Lađarević dipl.ing.arh.
Lectures:2. dr.sc. Dražen Arbutina dipl.ing.arh.
Lectures:3. Iva Ževrnja
Lectures: Zoran Veršić
Auditory exercises: Goran Babić
Auditory exercises: Bernarda Cesar
Auditory exercises: Iva Ževrnja
Construction exercises: Goran Babić
Construction exercises: Bernarda Cesar
Construction exercises: Iva Ževrnja
Course objectivesAcquirement of basic knowledge on various building elements including materials, structures, and construction methods. Building physics.
Learning outcomes:1.differentiate between foundation types and insulation methods for protection against ground water and moisture. Level:6
2.make sketch drawings of load bearing, partition, and multilayer walls made of various materials. Level:6
3.draw brick joints: angle joint, butt joint, and wall intersection joint. Level:6
4.differentiate between modern and traditional form types, with their specific features. Level:6
5.connect wall openings and their realization in different wall types. Level:6,7
6.differentiate between chimney and ventilation opening types, according to material, shape, way of construction, and evacuation of combustion products. Level:6
7.draw layout plan and conceptual drawing. Level:6
8.analyze external and internal actions on building from the standpoint of energy savings, thermal protection, and noise protection. Level:6
9.define layers of engineering structures from the standpoint of energy savings, thermal protection, and noise protection. Level:6,7
10.calculate numerical values of engineering-physical properties of an external multilayer wall. Level:6
Methods of carrying out lecturesBuilding elements, materials, structures and construction methods are explained through the drawing process and by using finished drawings of individual elements and details. To facilitate comprehensions of course material and enhance a sense of graphical expression, students are required to produce drawings relating to lectures. Building physics: Specialized professionals will give lectures (15+15) at the end of the first semester.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
How construction exercises are heldOther
Elaboration of graphical (numerical) assignments with the assistance of lecturer when needed.
Course content lectures1.Introduction, notion of a building, structural elements of buildings , 3h, Learning outcomes:6
2.Foundations, 3h, Learning outcomes:6
3.Waterproofing as protection against ground water and moisture, 3h, Learning outcomes:6
4.Vertical structural elements presented by materials , 3h, Learning outcomes:6
5.Walls made of brick, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
Walls made of stone, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
6.Walls made of wood,, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Walls made of concrete blocks, lightweight concrete, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
7.Traditional and modern types of formwork , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Walls made of monolithic concrete, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Multilayered walls , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
8.Partitions walls , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Openings in walls, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
9.Ventilation ducts , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Chimneys, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
10.Chimneys, 3h, Learning outcomes:7
11.Heat transfer., 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Thermal conductivity, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Values of heat transfer coefficients , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
12.Water vapour condensation. , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Thermal bridges, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Water vapour diffusion., 1h, Learning outcomes:7
13.Temperature variations and temperature stresses , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Properties of sound, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
14.Noise, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Sound waves, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Sound absorption, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
15.Transfer of airborne sound and impact sound. , 2h, Learning outcomes:7
Insulation, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
Course content auditory1.Design report preparation phases; content and presentation of each phase, 3h, Learning outcomes:7
2.Instructions for preparation of drawings, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
3..
4.Instructions for preparation of drawings, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
5..
6.Instructions for preparation of drawings, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
7..
8..
9..
10..
11.Guidelines for solving numerical problems , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
12.Guidelines for solving numerical problems , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
13.Guidelines for solving numerical problems , 1h, Learning outcomes:7
14..
15..
Course content constructures1..
2.Individual elaboration of all design phases for a residential building, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
3.Preliminary design, detailed design , 3h, Learning outcomes:7
4.Preliminary design, detailed design , 2h, Learning outcomes:7
5.Preliminary design, detailed design , 3h, Learning outcomes:7
6.Preliminary design, detailed design , 2h, Learning outcomes:7
7.Working design (plan) of the ground floor , 3h, Learning outcomes:7
8.Working design (plan) of the ground floor , 3h, Learning outcomes:7
9.Working design (plan) of the ground floor , 3h, Learning outcomes:7
10.Working design (plan) of the ground floor , 3h, Learning outcomes:7
11.Each student is to prepare a numerical example for calculation of building physics properties of a multilayered external wall , 2h, Learning outcomes:7
12.Each student is to prepare a numerical example for calculation of building physics properties of a multilayered external wall , 2h, Learning outcomes:7
13.Each student is to prepare a numerical example for calculation of building physics properties of a multilayered external wall , 2h, Learning outcomes:7
14.Each student is to prepare a numerical example for calculation of building physics properties of a multilayered external wall , 3h, Learning outcomes:7
15.Each student is to prepare a numerical example for calculation of building physics properties of a multilayered external wall , 3h, Learning outcomes:7
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Video equipment
Elaboration of graphical (numerical) assignments with the assistance of lecturer when needed.
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1.Sanja Lađarević: Elementi zgrada I
2. Peulić: Konstruktivni elementi zgrada I i II, Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 1980.
3. Z. Vrkljan, I. Kordiš: Opreme građevinskih nacrta, Fakultet građevinskih znanosti Zagreb, 1982.
4.V. Šimetin: Građevinska fizika, skripta, Građevinski institut, Zagreb, 1983.
Additional literature:
1. Heinrich Schmitt: Hochbaukonstruktion
2. Martin Mittag: Građevinske konstrukcije
Students obligationsmaximum of 3 absences from exercises
Knowledge evaluation during semesterRedovitost pohaa,
Kolokvij: teorijska pitanja, grafi zadaci, raski zadaci
Programski zadatak
Knowledge evaluation after semesterAssignments (5 drawings + solution to a building physics numerical problem) - requirements for lecturer's signature
Preliminary examinations: 1) Building Physics (obligatory); 2) 1 in the first semester + 2 in the second semester (not obligatory; however those who pass them are not required to take the written portion of the final examination)
Final examination - written and oral (to be taken at the end of the academic year). Written part of the examination: presentation of knowledge through drawing; oral part of the examination: verifying comprehension of the subject-matter taught during the course.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Activity in class)1
(Project)2
(Written exam)2
(Constantly tested knowledge)2
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22340;
+P:1.mr.sc. Donka Wurth v. predavač
P:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
A:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
A:mr.sc. Donka Wurth v. predavač
L:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
L:mr.sc. Donka Wurth v. predavač
Construction Materials30+30 (18+12+0+0) (90)5.0184642
Code WEB/ISVU25016/184642ECTS5.0Academic year2019/2020
NameConstruction Materials
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in civil engineering (Redovni graditeljstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (18+12+0+0)
90
TeachersLectures:1. mr.sc. Donka Wurth v. predavač
Lectures:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Donka Wurth v. predavač
Laboratory exercises:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
Laboratory exercises:mr.sc. Donka Wurth v. predavač
Course objectivesIntroducing students to the types and properties of materials and to their use in civil engineering
Learning outcomes:1.calculate composition of concrete of a given strength, durability and workability for a particular structural element. Level:6
2.draw grain size distribution curve for an aggregate. Level:6
3.test individual properties of aggregate, cement, fresh and hardened concrete. Level:6
4.analyse concrete testing results. Level:6
5.differentiate types of aggregate, cement, concrete admixtures, special types of concrete, brick products, glass and plastics. Level:6
6.differentiate good and bad properties of wood as a construction material (mechanical, physical, physicochemical properties, permanent strength and constant elasticity). Level:6
7.calculate displacements due to change in moisture and temperature on wood and steel elements. Level:6
8.plan testing of individual properties of steel, wood and brick products. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
The lecturer presents basic information about materials, from the structure and interaction of individual components, to the mechanical, thermal, acoustical and other properties relevant to the use of these materials in civil engineering.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Other
Students solve problems related to topics covered during the lectures. Students are prepared for laboratory sessions and for the preparation of programs.
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesLaboratory exercises on laboratory equipment
Group problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Using the obligatory literature, Students perform tests in accordance with applicable Croatian standards and prepare obligatory assignments related to the following topics: physical parameters, cement, aggregate, fresh concrete, strength and deformation of concrete, and non-destructive testing. The data acquired during laboratory sessions are partly used by students during preparation of programs.
Course content lectures1.Information about materials. Statistical processing. Structure and correlation of substances., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Aggregate., 2h, Learning outcomes:2,6
3.Binders. Cement. Additions, admixtures. Water., 2h, Learning outcomes:3,6
4.Fresh concrete. Composition of concrete of specified workability and strength. , 2h, Learning outcomes:6
5.Strength of concrete. Deformation of concrete., 2h, Learning outcomes:7
6.Production of concrete., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
7.Wood (chemical, physical, mechanical properties), 2h, Learning outcomes:8
8.Wood (durability, faire resistance, mildew and insects) , 2h, Learning outcomes:8
9.Construction steels. Methods of production. The properties of the steel. Types of construction steel, 2h, Learning outcomes:8
10.Stone, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
11.Special types of concrete and special concrete technologies, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
12.Quality control, quality assurance and quality management. Subsequent examination of the quality of concrete in construction, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
13.Mortars. Floors., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
14.Brick production, types of bricks and clay blocks., 1h, Learning outcomes:5
Testing of bricks and clay blocks, 1h, Learning outcomes:5
15.Tile, production and testing, 1h, Learning outcomes:5
Glass, plastic., 1h, Learning outcomes:5
Course content auditory1.No classes, 2h
2.Statistical processing. Physical parameters. Mechanical properties and permeability., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Aggregate (aggregate grading, calculation of cumulative grading, influence of moisture and absorption of aggregate, determination of aggregate shape), 2h, Learning outcomes:2
4.Laboratory exercises, 2h
5.Laboratory exercises, 2h
6.Cement (significance, cement grade, calculation of mineralogical composition of cement, calculation of hydration heat, calculation of cement paste temperature, cement grade determination)., 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Fresh concrete (designing concrete mixes of specified workability and concrete grade, influence of temperature of individual components on the temperature of the fresh concrete mix)., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
8.Laboratory exercises, 2h
9.Laboratory exercises, 2h
10.Strength and deformation of concrete. Special tests (sclerometer, ultrasound, pull-off, concrete moisture, penetrability, reinforcing steel), 2h, Learning outcomes:5
11.Laboratory exercises, 2h
12.Laboratory exercises, 2h
13.Concrete composition design., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
14.Laboratory exercises, 2h
15.Laboratory exercises, 2h
Course content laboratory1.No classes, 2h
2.Auditory exercises, 2h
3.Auditory exercises, 2h
4.Determination of physical properties of materials (density, bulk density, absorption, surface moisture, moisture, water absorption, porosity)., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
5.Properties of aggregates (quartering, grading, aggregate grain shape testing, determination of silty and clayey particles in aggregate, grain shape determination)., 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Auditory exercises, 2h
7.Auditory exercises, 2h
8.Determination of basic properties of cement (standard consistence and density). , 2h, Learning outcomes:3
9.Concrete composition design, preparation of concrete mixes, testing properties of fresh concrete: consistence, pores, density, sampling., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
10.Auditory exercises, 2h
11.Determining strength and strain of concrete (compressive and tensile strength, modulus of elasticity). Non-destructive testing: sclerometer and ultrasound., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
12.Preliminary exam wood, steel and stone., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
13.Auditory exercises, 2h
14.Preliminary exam concrete., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
15.Preliminary exam bricks, tile, glass., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Special purpose laboratory
Overhead projector
Video equipment
Using the obligatory literature, Students perform tests in accordance with applicable Croatian standards and prepare obligatory assignments related to the following topics: physical parameters, cement, aggregate, fresh concrete, strength and deformation of concrete, and non-destructive testing. The data acquired during laboratory sessions are partly used by students during preparation of programs.
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. Ukrainczyk, V.: Poznavanje gradiva, Institut građevinarstva Hrvatske, Alcor, Zagreb, Udžbenik Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2001.
2. Ukrainczyk, V.: Beton: struktura, svojstva, tehnologija, Građevinski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 1994.
3. Bjegović, D. i dr.: Auditorne vježbe, Praktikum, Aktivna nastava, Građevinski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 1994.
4. Teorija i tehnologija betona Nina Štirmer, Dubravka Bjegović, Građevinski fakultet Zagreb
5. Ashby Michael F., Joneas David R:H.: Engineering Materials 1, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford-Boston-Johannesburg-Melbourne-NewDelhi-Singapore, 1996
6. Illston J.M., Construction Materials, their nature and behaviour, EFN SPON Chapman Hall, London-Glasgow-New mYork-Tokyo-Melburne-Madras, 1994


Students obligationsmaximum of 3 absences from exercises
Knowledge evaluation during semesterKolokvij, numeri zadaci#2#30#50$Kolokvij, teorijska pitanja#3#60#50$Programski zadatak#1#10#0$
Knowledge evaluation after semesterThe examination consists of the written and oral portions.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Practical work)1
(Activity in class)1
(Written exam)1
(Report)1
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22324;
+A:1. Natalija Špehar viši predavačKinesiology Education I0+30 (30+0+0+0) (0)1.0143316
Code WEB/ISVU24466/143316ECTS1.0Academic year2019/2020
NameKinesiology Education I
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in civil engineering (Redovni graditeljstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
0+30 (30+0+0+0)
0
TeachersAuditory exercises:1. Natalija Špehar viši predavač
Course objectivesStudents will acquire knowledge about the basic bio-psycho-social human need for dynamic expression and movement, benefits of regular physical exercise during the entire lifetime, influence on anthropological characteristics (functional, motoric and cognitive capabilities, conative properties, and morphologic features), and about improvement and preservation of health and working capacity.
Learning outcomes:1.demonstrate proper realization of technical elements in a sports activity. Level:6,7
2.explain basic terms relating to a particular sports activity. Level:
3.formulate basic rules relating to a particular sports activity. Level:
4.recognise exercises for individual muscle groups. Level:
5.explain significance of warming up and stretching in the course of a sports activity. Level:
6.describe organisation and conduct of student sporting events. Level:
7.consider significance of a lifelong regular physical activity. Level:
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesWorkshop
Physical Education Exercises
Course content auditory1.Repeating technical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 4h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Repeating technical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
3.Adopting new elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
4.Adopting new elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Using auxiliary and elementary games in the learning process of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
6.Improving the elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
7.Improving the elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
8.Adopting a set of warm-up exercises for a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
9.Adopting a set of stretching exercises for a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
10.Repeating the basic rules of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
11.Adoption of basic technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
12.Adoption of basic technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
13.Competition and Games, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
14.Competition and Games, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
15.Training and automation of injury prevention exercises, 2h, Learning outcomes:7
Required materialsSpecial equipment
Gym / pool and equipment needed for each sport activity (balls, rackets, markers...)
Exam literatureBasic literature:
Nema obvezne literature budući da se ispit iz tjelesne i zdravstvene kulture ne polaže. Studente se upućuje na literaturu vezanu uz tjelesnu i zdravstvenu kulturu, poboljšanje i očuvanje zdravlja, pravilnu prehranu, prevenciju nastanka ozljeda, povijest sporta, pravila sporta, načine i ciljeve treninga, važnost redovitog vježbanja tjekom cijelog života, novosti u svijetu sporta, rekreacije i kineziterapije.
Additional literature:
1.Mišigoj-Duraković, M. i sur. (1999). Tjelesno vježbanje i zdravlje. Zagreb: FFK
2.Anderson, B., E. Burke, B. Pearl (1997.). Fitness za sve, Zagreb: Gopal.
3.Anderson, B. (2001.). Stretching. Zagreb: Gopal.
4.Clark, N. (2000). Sportska prehrana. Zagreb: Gopal.
5.Delavier, F. (2001). Streinght training anatomy. Paris. Human Kinetics.
6.Dick, F. W. (1997). Sports Training Principles. London. A C Black.
7.Ellis J., J. Henderson (1997.).Trčanje bez ozljeda, Zagreb: Gopal.
8.Jukić, I., Marković. G. (2005.). Kondicijske vježbe s utezima. Zagreb. Kineziološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
9.Klinika za dječje bolesti Zagreb, Služba za reproduktivno zdravlje (2000). Spolno prenosive bolesti, Reproduktivno zdravlje, Metode i sredstva za zaštitu od trudnoće, Zagreb.
10.Klinika za dječje bolesti Zagreb, Služba za reproduktivno zdravlje (2001). Kontracepcija - vodič kroz metode i sredstva za spriječavanje trudnoće, Zagreb.
11.Kulier, I (2003). Strategija mršavljenja, Zagreb: Impress.
12.Kulier, I. (2001). Što jedemo, Zagreb: Impress.
13.Medved, R. i suradnici (1987). Sportska medicina. Zagreb: Jumena.
14.Milanović, D. i suradnici (1997). Priručnik za sportske trenere. Zagreb: FFK
15.Mišigoj-Duraković, M., i suradnici (1995). Morfološka antropologija u športu. Zagreb. FFK
16.Pearl, B. (1994.). Getting stronger, Kalifornija, Bolinas: Shelter Publications. Inc.
17. Špehar, N. (2014). Tjelesna aktivnost u funkciji zdravlja - nastavni materijal iz Tjelesne i zdravstvene kulture,dostupno online na web stranicama TVZ-a
Obavijesti i informacije na internet adresi http://nastava.tvz.hr/tzk-GRO
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 semesterRedovitost pohaa#18#100#0$Prakti rad#10#0#0$
Knowledge evaluation after semesterStudents are required to actively participate in exercises during 30 hours per semester, during four semester. First semester students must go through the swimming test (non-swimmers have to attend the swimming school during the second semester). Students not required to attend because of active participation in sports are however required to attend all lectures, assist in organization and implementation of lectures and attend a specially devised program if permitted to do so by the sports doctor.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:38171;85288;
Proposal made byNatalija Špehar, Senior Lecturer
+P:1. Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
P:mr. sc. Reni Banov dipl. ing. mat.
P:dr.sc. Mandi Orlić Bachler v.pred
A:mr. sc. Reni Banov dipl. ing. mat.
A: Martina Benković
A: Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
A:dr.sc. Mandi Orlić Bachler v.pred
Mathematics I45+45 (45+0+0+0) (120)7.022319
Code WEB/ISVU24086/22319ECTS7.0Academic year2019/2020
NameMathematics I
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in civil engineering (Redovni graditeljstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+45 (45+0+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
Lectures:mr. sc. Reni Banov dipl. ing. mat.
Lectures:dr.sc. Mandi Orlić Bachler v.pred
Auditory exercises:mr. sc. Reni Banov dipl. ing. mat.
Auditory exercises: Martina Benković
Auditory exercises: Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
Auditory exercises:dr.sc. Mandi Orlić Bachler v.pred
Course objectivesacquiring basic knowledge in vector algebra and differential calculus of real functions of a single real variable
Learning outcomes:1.distinguish between sets of natural, whole, rational and real numbers. Level:6
2.calculate sum, product and quotient of complex numbers. Level:6
3.find determinants of real matrices. Level:6
4.solve systems of linear algebraic equations. Level:6
5.distinguish between scalar and vector quantities. Level:6
6.find areas of polygons and volumes of polyhedrons by means of vector algebra. Level:6
7.determine equations of straight lines in plane. Level:6,7
8.determine equations of straight lines and planes in space. Level:6,7
9.determine inverse functions. Level:6
10.evaluate limits of functions. Level:6
11.find derivatives of functions. Level:6
12.determine tangents and normals on graphs of functions. Level:6,7
13.determine local extrema and inflection points of functions. Level:6
14.sketch graphs of functions. Level:6
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Course content lectures1.Real numbers, 3h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Complex numbers, 3h, Learning outcomes:2
3.Matrices and determinants, 3h, Learning outcomes:3
4.Systems of linear equations, 3h, Learning outcomes:4
5.Vectors, 3h, Learning outcomes:5
6.Scalar, vector and mixed product of vectors, 3h, Learning outcomes:6
7.Straight lines and planes, 3h, Learning outcomes:7,8
8.Midterm exam, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
9.Functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:9
10.Limits, 3h, Learning outcomes:10
11.Derivatives, 3h, Learning outcomes:11
12.Applications of derivatives, 3h, Learning outcomes:12
13.Local extrema and inflection points, 3h, Learning outcomes:13
14.Graph sketching, 3h, Learning outcomes:14
15.Final exam, 3h, Learning outcomes:9,10,11,12,13,14
Course content auditory1.Real numbers, 3h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Complex numbers, 3h, Learning outcomes:2
3.Matrices and determinants, 3h, Learning outcomes:3
4.Systems of linear equations, 3h, Learning outcomes:4
5.Vectors, 3h, Learning outcomes:5
6.Scalar, vector and mixed product of vectors, 3h, Learning outcomes:6
7.Straight lines and planes, 3h, Learning outcomes:7,8
8.Midterm exam, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
9.Functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:9
10.Limits, 3h, Learning outcomes:10
11.Derivatives, 3h, Learning outcomes:11
12.Applications of derivatives, 3h, Learning outcomes:12
13.Local extrema and inflection points, 3h, Learning outcomes:13
14.Graph sketching, 3h, Learning outcomes:14
15.Final exam, 3h, Learning outcomes:9,10,11,12,13,14
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Exam literature1. S. Suljagić: Matematika I, skripta, 2005. http://nastava.tvz.hr/ssuljagic/
2. M. Orlić, T. Perkov: Repetitorij matematike za studente graditeljstva, TVZ, Zagreb, 2014.
3. I. Vuković: MATEMATIKA 1; Nakladnik: REDAK (2015.), ISBN: 978-953-336-241-0
Additional literature:
1. B. P. Demidovič i dr.: Zadaci i riješeni primjeri iz matematičke analize za tehničke fakultete, 7. ispravljeno izdanje, Golden marketing - Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 2003.
2. N. Elezović: Linearna algebra, Element, Zagreb, 1995.
3. N. Elezović, A. Aglić: Zbirka zadataka iz linearne algebre, Element, Zagreb, 1995.
4. L. Krnić, Z. Šikić: Račun diferencijalni i integralni, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1992.
5. S. Kurepa: Matematička analiza I, Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 1970.
6. Ž. Pauše: Zbirka teorijskih pitanja iz matematike za studente tehnike, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1995.
7. K. Singh: Engineering mathematics through applications, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
Students obligationsIt is required to achieve at least 30 points during the semester.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterDuring the semester it is possible to achieve a maximum of 60 points, as follows:
- course completed: 30 points,
- tests: 30 points.
By achieving at least 45 points, a student is qualified for the oral exam, which is obligatory
Knowledge evaluation after semesterAt the exam it is possible to achieve a maximum of 40 points. The exam consists of written (for students with less then 45 points achieved during the semester) and oral part.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)1
(Constantly tested knowledge)2
(Written exam)2
(Oral exam)2
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made by Ivana Božić Dragun, Reni Banov
+P:1.dr.sc. Mirela Katić Žlepalo prof.mat.
P:2. Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
A: Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
A:dr.sc. Mirela Katić Žlepalo prof.mat.
K: Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
K:dr.sc. Mirela Katić Žlepalo prof.mat.
Descriptive Geometry in Civil Engineering I15+15 (7+0+0+8) (60)3.0155949
Code WEB/ISVU24610/155949ECTS3.0Academic year2019/2020
NameDescriptive Geometry in Civil Engineering I
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in civil engineering (Redovni graditeljstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
15+15 (7+0+0+8)
60
TeachersLectures:1. dr.sc. Mirela Katić-Žlepalo prof.mat.
Lectures:2. Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
Auditory exercises: Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
Auditory exercises:dr.sc. Mirela Katić-Žlepalo prof.mat.
Construction exercises: Ivana Božić Dragun dipl.prof.mat.
Construction exercises:dr.sc. Mirela Katić-Žlepalo prof.mat.
Course objectivesDevelopment of students spatial perception, creative thinking, and spatial problem solving using structural method
Learning outcomes:1.develop spatial perception. Level:6,7
2.solve spatial problem by a structural method. Level:6
3.draw a three-dimensional object on a two-dimensional drawing. Level:6
4.draw orthogonal projection of geometric objects using the Monges method. Level:6
5.analyse stereometric relations in orthogonal projection of geometric bodies. Level:6
6.make a three-dimensional sketch based on orthogonal projections given on a two-dimensional drawing. Level:6
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Other
PowerPoint step-by-step presentations.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesOther
Problems are solved at the blackboard or on computer.
How construction exercises are heldOther
Each student designes his drawing on paper. Lecturers corrections are obliged.
Course content lectures1.Introduction to Monges method. Projections of a point and a line-segment., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
2.Projections of line. Points of intersection of line. Inclined angles of line. Two lines. Projections of plane figures., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
3.Projections of plane. Point and line in plane., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
4.Costructing plane traces. Two planes. Intersection of line and plane. Perpendicularity., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
5.Side view., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
6.Projections of plane shapes. Shapes in projecting plane., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
7.Shape in oblique plane. Rotation of plane. Perspectival affinity., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
8.First preliminary exam., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
9.Projections of circle. Circle in projecting and in oblique plane. Construction of ellipse., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
10.Projections of geometrical solids. Regular polyhedra., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
11.Projections of geometrical solids with base in projecting plane., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
12.Projections of geometrical solids with base in oblique plane., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
13.About surfaces of 2nd order. Surface sections., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
14.Cone sections., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
15.Second preliminary exam., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
Course content auditory1.Points, lines, planes. Designing regular polygons., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
2.Monges method. Orthogonal projections of point, line-segment, line., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
3.Two lines. Plane. Point, line and shape in plane., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
4.Constructing plane traces. Two planes. Intersection point of line and plane., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
5.-
6.Perpendicularity. Side view., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
7.-
8.Projections of shapes. Shapes in projecting plane., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
9.Projections of shapes in oblique plane. Affinity., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
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12.-
13.-
14.-
15.-
Course content constructures1.-
2.-
3.-
4.-
5.Dealing with spatial relations., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
6.-
7.Dealing with metrical method., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
8.-
9.-
10.Design of projections of geometric shapes., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,3,4
11.Design of projections of geometric solids., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
12.Design of projections of geometric solids with base in oblique plane., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
13.Students individual work - projections of geometric solids., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
14.Students individual work - projections of geometric solids., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
15.Students individual work - projections of geometric solids., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Overhead projector
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. K. Horvatić-Baltasar, I. Babić: Nacrtna geometrija, SAND d.o.o., Zagreb, 1997.
Additional literature:
2. I. Babić, S. Gorjanc, A. Sliepčević, V. Szirovicza: Nacrtna geometrija-zadaci, HDGG, Zagreb, 2011.
3. M. Katić Žlepalo, I. Božić: Nacrtna geometrija u graditeljstvu 1 - skripta za vježbe
4. V. Szirovicza, E. Jurkin Deskriptivna geometrija CD, Zagreb, 2005.
5. Linkovi na materijale na web: http://moj.tvz.hr/index.php?pred=18103
Students obligationsRegular attendance.
Student's task (design of geometrical solid).
Homework.
Two preliminary exams. Both pre-exams should be completed with minimum 40% score to be allowed to take a final exam.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterTwo preliminary exams. Both pre-exams should be completed with minimum 70% in order to be exempt from the final exam.
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam.
Oral exam.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)3
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:38169;39048;
+P:1.dr.sc. Igor Gukov , dipl.ing.građ.
P:dr.sc. Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.
P:dr.sc. Mandi Orlić Bachler v.pred
P:v.predavač Boris Uremović dipl.ing.građ.
L:dr.sc. Igor Gukov , dipl.ing.građ.
L: Ivan Volarić struč.spec.ing.aedif.
Computer Use in Civil Engineering15+15 (0+15+0+0) (30)2.0147425
Code WEB/ISVU24528/147425ECTS2.0Academic year2019/2020
NameComputer Use in Civil Engineering
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in civil engineering (Redovni graditeljstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
15+15 (0+15+0+0)
30
TeachersLectures:1. dr.sc. Igor Gukov , dipl.ing.građ.
Lectures:dr.sc. Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.
Lectures:dr.sc. Mandi Orlić Bachler v.pred
Lectures:v.predavač Boris Uremović dipl.ing.građ.
Laboratory exercises:dr.sc. Igor Gukov , dipl.ing.građ.
Laboratory exercises: Ivan Volarić struč.spec.ing.aedif.
Course objectivesAcquiring of theoretical and practical knowledge and skills on the application of computers and application software in civil engineering and architecture.
Learning outcomes:1.To determine the possibility of application programming languages to solve various problems in civil engineering, architecture and mathematics. Level:7
2.Develop skills technical and information communication and use of technical information and documentation. Level:6,7
3.Make technical drawings using CAD software. Level:6
4.Calculate the value of simple mathematical expressions. Level:6
5.Solve systems of equations. Level:6
6.Solve the matrix calculus. Level:6
7.Draw a graph of real functions of one variable defined on the segment. Level:6
8.Calculate derivatives and integrate real functions of a real variable. Level:6
9.Solve equations with one unknown, ordinary differential equations and certain integrals corresponding numerical methods. Level:6
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Demonstration
Simulations
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesLaboratory exercises on laboratory equipment
Laboratory exercises, computer simulations
Group problem solving
Traditional literature analysis
Data mining and knowledge discovery on the Web
Computer simulations
Course content lectures1.Introduction to computers, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
2.Basics of operating systems. Ubuntu and OpenOffice, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
3.Application of computers in civil engineering and architecture, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
4.CAD programs. BIM and REVIT, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
5.GIS in civil engineering, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
6.Programming and programming languages. Web programming, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
7.Introduction to Python, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
8.Database and SQL, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
9.Fundamentals of computer graphics: 3D computer graphics, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
10.Fundamentals of computer graphics: Modeling and animation , 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
11.Raster and vector graphics. Vectorization of raster files, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
12.Artificial intelligence , 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
13.Application of computers in mathematics, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
14.Specialized educational computer programs, 1h, Learning outcomes:1
15.Introduction to Maxima, 1h, Learning outcomes:1
Course content laboratory1.AutoCad: Drawing Tools and Editing, 1h, Learning outcomes:3
2.AutoCad: Dimensioning and hatching, 1h, Learning outcomes:3
3.AutoCad: Working with blocks and attributes, 1h, Learning outcomes:3
4.AutoCad: Working with layers. Print drawing, 1h, Learning outcomes:3
5.AutoCad: Drawing in plane, 1h, Learning outcomes:3
6.AutoCad: Drawing in space, 1h, Learning outcomes:3
7.AutoCAD: Creating views, section, volume, 1h, Learning outcomes:3
8.The first colloquium (AutoCad), 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
9.Maxima: Special characters, lists, arithmetic operations, functions, 1h, Learning outcomes:4
10.Maxima and Excel: Equations with one unknown, systems of equations, 1h, Learning outcomes:5
11.Maxima and Excel: Matrix calculation, 1h, Learning outcomes:6
12.Maxima and Excel: Graphic functions, 1h, Learning outcomes:7
13.Maxima: Differential and integral calculus, 1h, Learning outcomes:8
14.Maxima and Excel:: Numerical methods - Numerical integration, Euler method, Newton method, 1h, Learning outcomes:9
15.The second colloquium (Maxima and Excel), 1h, Learning outcomes:4,5,6,7,8,9
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Exam literatureObavezna:
1. G. Omura: Uvod u AutoCAD 2010 i AutoCAD LT 2010, Zagreb, 2009.
Additional literature:
1. B. Burchard, D. Pitzer AutoCAD 2002: napredne tehnike, Zagreb, 2003.
2. E. Finkelstein: AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012 Bible, 2012.
3. D. Abbott: AutoCAD, Zagreb, 2007.
4. Maxima: http://maxima.sourceforge.net/
5. B. Kovačić: Matematički alati u elektrotehnici, udžbenik, Tehničko veleučilište u Zagrebu, Zagreb, 2013.
6. S. Suljagić: Matematika II, skripta, 2006. http://nastava.tvz.hr/ssuljagic/
7. J. Liberty: Programiranje Visual Basic 2005, Zagreb, 2006.
8. Y. Fain: Programiranje Java, Zagreb, 2011.
9. I. Griffiths, M. Adams, J. Liberty: Programiranje C 4.0, Zagreb, 2011.


Students obligationsIt is required to achieve at least 30 points during the semester.
Knowledge evaluation during semester During the semester it is possible to achieve a maximum of 60 points, as follows:
- two tests (each is valid 15 points): 30 points,
- course completed: 30 points.
By achieving at least 16 points (8 points from each test), a student is qualified for the oral exam, which is obligatory.

Knowledge evaluation after semesterAt the exam it is possible to achieve a maximum of 40 points. On examination it is possible to achieve a maximum of 40 points. The exam consists of written (for students with less than 53% of points achieved through tests) and an oral part.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Constantly tested knowledge)2
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made byMandi Orlić Bachler, Igor Gukov, 14.6.2017.
+P:1.mr.sc. Željko Lebo v. pred.
P:2.dr.sc. Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.
A:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
A:dr.sc. Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.
A:mr.sc. Željko Lebo v. pred.
K:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
K:dr.sc. Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.
K:mr.sc. Željko Lebo v. pred.
Engineering Mechanics45+30 (24+0+0+6) (105)6.0184644
Code WEB/ISVU25018/184644ECTS6.0Academic year2019/2020
NameEngineering Mechanics
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in civil engineering (Redovni graditeljstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+30 (24+0+0+6)
105
TeachersLectures:1. mr.sc. Željko Lebo v. pred.
Lectures:2. dr.sc. Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
Auditory exercises:dr.sc. Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.
Auditory exercises:mr.sc. Željko Lebo v. pred.
Construction exercises:mr.sc. Jure Galić predavač
Construction exercises:dr.sc. Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.
Construction exercises:mr.sc. Željko Lebo v. pred.
Course objectivesAcquiring basic knowledge in structural mechanics, with an emphasis on its use in civil engineering as a basis for proper understanding of professional courses
Learning outcomes:1.check balance of a material point and body. Level:6
2.calculate required balancing forces and moments for a material point and body subjected to load. Level:6
3.compare state of balance of material points and bodies. Level:6,7
4.calculate internal forces in a straight member. Level:6
5.draw diagrams of internal forces of a straight member. Level:6
6.calculate cross-sectional geometrical properties of a member. Level:6
7.analyse stress field, namely the biaxial homogeneous stress field of a straight member. Level:6
8.calculate extreme stress values for given forces within the members cross-section. Level:6
9.analyse state of stress needed to ensure mechanical safety and stability of a straight member. Level:6
10.evaluate strain field of a straight member. Level:6
11.Predict friction force. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Modelling
Discussion
Questions and answers
Basic elements of technical mechanics are explained based on numerical and graphical procedures. The state of equilibrium is studied on design models and, instead of tests, similar examples from natural environment and civil engineering practice are presented.Students are also provided with up to date lecture notes containing additional information.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
problem solving with active participation of students
How construction exercises are heldGroup problem solving
Course content lectures1.Introduction to Technical mechanics. Basic laws and methods. International System of Units., 3h, Learning outcomes:1
2.The concept of force and moments. Force and moment definition and representation., 3h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Equilibrium forces, the material points and body, 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3
4.Equilibrium point and bodies . Equilibrium of bodies in plane., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3
5.First Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
6.Equilibrium of bar element. The concept of internal forces., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4
7.Linear bar element. Internal forces in linear bar element., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,5
8.Analyze and drawing of internal forces diagrams., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,5
9.Differential relation between internal forces and external forces. Concept of concentrated forces and moments., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,5
10.Mechanics of the solid body. Concept of stress, displacements and deformation. , 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,5
11.Second Colloquium, 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7
12.Deformation fields. Relation between stress and deformations. Hooke low. Biaxial stress fields. Principal stress. Maximal shear deformations., 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8,9,10
13.Basic assumptions of bar element mechanics. Relation between internal forces and deformations on the linear bar element. Concept limit stress. , 3h, Learning outcomes:7,8,9,10
14.Friction., 3h, Learning outcomes:11
15.Third Colloquium, 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8,9,10,11
Course content auditory1.Equilibrium of point in plane., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Equilibrium of bodies in plane., 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3
3.Equilibrium of bodies in plane. Ritter and Culmann method., 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3
4.No classes., 2h
5.Internal forces., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
6.Internal forces., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
7.Internal forces., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
8.Internal forces., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
9.No classes., 2h
10.Center of gravity and moment of inertia., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
11.Moment of inertia, static moment, Steiner, 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8,9,10
12.Mohr circles, 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8,9,10
13.Friction, 2h, Learning outcomes:11
14.No classes., 2h
15.Preparations for the final exam., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11
Course content constructures1.No classes., 2h
2.No classes., 2h
3.No classes., 2h
4.Constructive exercises for the first colloquium., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
5.No classes., 2h
6.No classes., 2h
7.No classes., 2h
8.No classes., 2h
9.Constructive exercises for the second colloquium., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
10.No classes., 2h
11.No classes., 2h
12.No classes., 2h
13.No classes., 2h
14.Constructive exercises for the third colloquium., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8,9,10
15.No classes., 2h
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Overhead projector
Problem solving with active participation of students
Exam literatureObavezna:
1. Ž. Lebo: Separati predavanja na web-u
2. H. Werner: Tehnička mehanika, skripta, Zagreb, 1986.
2. Z. Despot: Separati predavanja.
3. V. Šimić: Otpornost materijala I., Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1992.
4. H. Werner: Mehanika I., HSGI, 2007.

Additional literature:
1. V. Šimić :Otpornost materijala II., Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1995.
2. Lj. Kopričanec-Matijevac, Zbirka zadataka iz Tehničke mehanike skripta, na mrežnim stranicama predmeta i u kopiraonici
3. H. Werner: Tehnička mehanika - separati za vježbe- u kopiraonici
4. Riješeni primjeri kolokvija i ispitnih zadataka na mrežnim stranicama predmeta
Students obligationsClass attendance. Minimum of 75 points in three exams.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterClass attendance. Exams: numerical examples, theoretical questions. Minimum 180 points from possible 300 in three colloquiums.
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten and werbal exam
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Classes attendance)2
(Constantly tested knowledge)2
(Written exam)1
(Oral exam)1
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22323;
Proposal made bymr.sc. Željko Lebo v. pred., dr.sc., Dalibor Gelo mag.ing.aedif.