+  P:1.izv. prof. dr. sc. Edouard Ivanjko P:dr. sc. Toni Bjažić prof. v. š. P:dr.sc. Milivoj Mandić dip. ing. el. A:dr.sc. Milivoj Mandić dip. ing. el. L: Mato Brizar L: Dino Čakija L: Josip Ćurković mag. ing. el. techn. inf. L: Luka Lažeta L: Domagoj Malez  Electrical Engineering  30+45 (30+15+0+0) (105)  6  215681 
Code WEB/ISVU  26494/215681  ECTS  6  Academic year  2020/2021  Name  Electrical Engineering  Status  1st semester  Undergraduate professional study in mechatronics (Redovni mehatronika)  obligatory course  Department   Teaching mode  Lectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction) work at home  30+45 (30+15+0+0) 105  Teachers  Lectures:1. izv. prof. dr. sc. Edouard Ivanjko Lectures:dr. sc. Toni Bjažić prof. v. š. Lectures:dr.sc. Milivoj Mandić dip. ing. el. Auditory exercises:dr.sc. Milivoj Mandić dip. ing. el. Laboratory exercises: Mato Brizar Laboratory exercises: Dino Čakija Laboratory exercises: Josip Ćurković mag. ing. el. techn. inf. Laboratory exercises: Luka Lažeta Laboratory exercises: Domagoj Malez  Course objectives  Acquiring basic knowledge in electrical engineering.  Learning outcomes:  1.ability to solve simple problems related to electromagnetism. Level:6 2.ability to solve simple problems related to electrical engineering. Level:6 3.ability to calculate parameters of electrical networks. Level:6 4.ability to test experimentally the basic laws of physics relevant for electrical engineering. Level:6 5.ability to analyse specific problems, calculate values and estimate the physical relevance of the values calculated . Level:6,7 6.Analyze voltages and currents in RLC circuits with AC source. Level:6 7.analizy transition state for circuits with R,C, L elements and with a DC source. Level:6 8.Calculate effective and average voltage and current values. Level:6 9.DC circuit analysis using basic law's and methods.. Level:6 10.Measure electrical parameters in DC circuits. Level:7 11.identify basic parameters in electrostatics. Level:6 12.Analyse circuits with capacitors. Level:6 13.analyse simple magnetic circuits. Level:6
 Methods of carrying out lectures  Ex cathedra teaching Discussion Questions and answers Emphasis on physical explanations and graphical illustrations/characteristics of electrical circuits, components and machines. Mathematical formalism is used to a minimal extent. Giving a series of examples of the use of electrical devices and machines.  Methods of carrying out auditory exercises  Group problem solving Discussion, brainstorming Numerical examples of solving/calculating simple electrical and magnetic circuits. Simple numerical examples related to the characteristics of electrical machines. Initiating discussions with students and stressing the examples from practical use.  Methods of carrying out laboratory exercises  Laboratory exercises on laboratory equipment Group problem solving Independent exercises in groups on specially prepared experimental setups for fundamentals of electrical engineering. Demonstration exercises in the field of electrical machines with intensive participation/questioning of students. The students make reports from the exercises  Course content lectures  1.Elektrostatics, basic electrical properties, 2h, Learning outcomes:3,4 2.Electrical field, electrical induction, electrical potential, 2h, Learning outcomes:3,4 3.Capacitor, energy, basic connections, 2h, Learning outcomes:11 4.Magnetism: magnetic field, 2h, Learning outcomes:13 5.Magnetic parameters, magnetic field, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,13 6.forces between two conductor lines, electromagnetic induction, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,13 7.induction, magnetic field energy, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,13 8.Energy transformation between electrical and magnetic field, 2h, Learning outcomes:1 9.Direct current, resistance, 2h, Learning outcomes:10,11,12 10.Electrical sources, 2h, Learning outcomes:10,12 11.Electrical circuit, Kirchhoff, 2h, Learning outcomes:10,11,12 12.Connecting electrical sources, kcomplex electrical circuits, measuring instruments, 2h, Learning outcomes:9,10 13.Alternating current circuits, frequency, phase, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6 14.Reprezentations and calculations with alternating current, R,L,C circuits under alternating current condition, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6 15.Solving AC circuits, power and power factor, , 2h, Learning outcomes:3,5
 Course content auditory  1.Elektrostatics, basic electrical properties, 2h, Learning outcomes:11 2.Electrical field, electrical induction, electrical potential, 2h, Learning outcomes:11 3.Capacitor, energy, basic connections, 2h, Learning outcomes:12 4.Magnetism: Fundamental laws, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,13 5.Magnetic parameters, magnetic field, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,13 6.forces between two conducting lines, electromagnetic induction, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,13 7.induction, magnetic field energy, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,12 8.Energy transformation between electrical and magnetic field, 2h, Learning outcomes:1 9.Direct current, resistance, 2h, Learning outcomes:10,11,12 10.Electrical sources, 2h, Learning outcomes:10,12 11.Electrical circuits, Kirchhoff, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,10,11,12 12.Connecting electrical sources, kcomplex electrical circuits, measuring instruments, 2h, Learning outcomes:9,10 13.Alternating current circuits, frequency, phase, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6,9,10 14.Reprezentations and calculations with alternating current, R,L,C circuits under alternating current condition, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6 15.Solving AC circuits, power and power factor, , 2h, Learning outcomes:3,5
 Course content laboratory  1.Electrical charges and electrical influence, 3h, Learning outcomes:4 2.Magnetism, magnetic field, magnetic induction, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,4 3.Ohm, 3h, Learning outcomes:4,10,11,13 4.Transitions in circuits containing R, C, L elements under DC conditions, 3h, Learning outcomes:4,7,13 5.The analysis of circuits that contain R,C, L elements under AC conditions, 3h, Learning outcomes:4,6 6.no lecture, 2h 7.no lecture, 2h 8.no lecture, 2h 9.no lecture, 2h 10.no lecture, 2h 11.no lecture, 2h 12.no lecture, 2h 13.no lecture, 2h 14.no lecture, 2h 15.no lecture, 2h
 Required materials  Basic: classroom, blackboard, chalk... Special purpose laboratory Overhead projector
 Exam literature  Osnovna: 1. V. Pinter, "Osnove elektrotehnike I i II", Tehnička knjiga , Zagreb 1994. 2. E. Stanić, "Osnove elektrotehnike", Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2006. 3. M. Essert, Z. Valter, "Osnove elektrotehnike", Liber, Zagreb, 1990. Dodatna: 1. B.Kuzmanović: Osnove elektrotehnike I, II, Element, Zagreb 2011  Students obligations  maximum of 3 absences from classes  Knowledge evaluation during semester  Kolokvij, numeri zadaci#3#33#40$Kolokvij, teorijska pitanja#3#33#50$  Knowledge evaluation after semester  Taking the exam by two preliminary exams.  Student activities:  Aktivnost  ECTS  (Classes attendance)  3  (Constantly tested knowledge)  3 
 Remark  This course can be used for final thesis theme  ISVU equivalents:  83372;  Proposal made by  professor Žarko Nožica, PhD 

+  P:1. Diana ŠaponjaMilutinović dipl.ing.fiz., pred. P:2.prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat P:3. Alemka Knapp A: Alemka Knapp A:prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat A: Ivana Retkovac Šešelja A: Diana ŠaponjaMilutinović dipl.ing.fiz., pred. L:prof.dr. Dubravko Horvat L: Alemka Knapp L:prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat L: Diana ŠaponjaMilutinović dipl.ing.fiz., pred.  Physics  30+45 (30+15+0+0) (105)  6  155770 
Code WEB/ISVU  25992/155770  ECTS  6  Academic year  2020/2021  Name  Physics  Status  1st semester  Undergraduate professional study in mechatronics (Redovni mehatronika)  obligatory course  Department   Teaching mode  Lectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction) work at home  30+45 (30+15+0+0) 105  Teachers  Lectures:1. Diana ŠaponjaMilutinović dipl.ing.fiz., pred. Lectures:2. prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat Lectures:3. Alemka Knapp Auditory exercises: Alemka Knapp Auditory exercises:prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat Auditory exercises: Ivana Retkovac Šešelja Auditory exercises: Diana ŠaponjaMilutinović dipl.ing.fiz., pred. Laboratory exercises:prof.dr. Dubravko Horvat Laboratory exercises: Alemka Knapp Laboratory exercises:prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat Laboratory exercises: Diana ŠaponjaMilutinović dipl.ing.fiz., pred.  Course objectives  To introduce students to the physical phenomena occurring in the Mechatronics study where they are described in a wider context of basic laws of Physics. (The areas which are dealt with in other courses are not included in this course).  Learning outcomes:  1. ability to calculate the basic rectilinear and circular motions together with projectile motion . Level:6 2. ability to analyse kinematic quantities in curvilinear motion. Level:6 3. ability to calculate the translational acceleration of a body acted upon by a force, as well as to provide basic examples of angular acceleration. Level:6 4. ability to relate the work of forces with the changes in both kinetic and potential energy of a body. Level:6,7 5. ability to distinguish between a classical mechanical description of a motion and special relativity. Level:6 6. ability to analyse heat and temperature in ideal gas. Level:6 7.ability to formulate the laws of thermodynamics. Level:6,7 8. ability to sketch the Carnot cycle process. Level:6 9.ability to calculate the basic mechanisms of heat transfer. Level:6
 Methods of carrying out lectures  Ex 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 exercises  Group problem solving Discussion, brainstorming Interactive problem solving Other Solving simple 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.  Methods of carrying out laboratory exercises  Laboratory exercises on laboratory equipment Group problem solving Other Measurements of physical quantities illustrating physical laws explained in the lectures; the focus is on understanding energy and heat. Measurement results evaluation.  Course content lectures  1.Physical quantities and units., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2 2.Introduction to calculus., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2 3.Rectilinear motion, free fall., 2h, Learning outcomes:1 4.Curcilinear and cirular motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2 5.Newton aksioms, momentum., 2h, Learning outcomes:3 6.Work and power., 2h, Learning outcomes:4 7.Energy., 2h, Learning outcomes:4 8.Rigid body rotation., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,3 9.Motion in gravitational field., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4 10.Einstein relativity., 2h, Learning outcomes:5 11.Harmonic oscilations., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4,6 12.Heat and temperature, ideal gas., 2h, Learning outcomes:6 13.Laws of thermodynamics., 2h, Learning outcomes:7 14.Carnot cycle., 1h, Learning outcomes:8 Heat transfer mechanisms (conduction)., 1h, Learning outcomes:9 15.Heat transfer mechanisms (convection, radiation)., 2h, Learning outcomes:9
 Course content auditory  1.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.Work and power, energy., 2h, Learning outcomes:4 7.Collisions., 2h, Learning outcomes:4 8.1st partial exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4 9.Rigid body rotation., 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3 10.Motion in gravitational field., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2 11.Thermal expansion. Ideal gas laws., 2h, Learning outcomes:6 12.Laws of thermodynamics. Carnot cycle., 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8 13.Heat transfer mechanisms (conduction)., 2h, Learning outcomes:9 14.Heat transfer mechanisms (convection, radiation)., 2h, Learning outcomes:9 15.2nd partial exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6,7,8,9
 Course content laboratory  1.No classes 2.No classes 3.No classes 4.No classes 5.No classes 6.Measurement and processing of the measurement results, 2h 7.Measurement by vernier caliper and micrometer caliper, 2h 8.Determination of acceleration of gravity by mathematical pendulum, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2 9.Determining the constant of torsion by torsion pendulum, 2h, Learning outcomes:3 10.Density of the solid and liquid, 2h, Learning outcomes:6 11.Measurements of temperature and heat capacity, 2h, Learning outcomes:7 12.Determination of the latent heat of vaporization, 2h, Learning outcomes:7 13.Final practicum exam, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,6,7 14.No classes 15.No classes
 Required materials  Basic: classroom, blackboard, chalk... Special purpose laboratory Whiteboard with markers Overhead projector
 Exam literature  Obavezna: 1. Levanat, I., Fizika za TVZ: Kinematika i dinamika, TVZ, Zagreb, 2010 2. Kulišić, P., Mehanika i toplina, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2005 Dodatna: 1. Young Freedman, University Physics, Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 2004.  Students obligations  Final practicum exam  Knowledge evaluation during semester  Two 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 semester  Full exam, with numerical problems and theoretical questions. Minimum to pass: 40% problems and 40% theory.  Student activities:  Aktivnost  ECTS  (Written exam)  3  (Oral exam)  3 
 Remark  This course can not be used for final thesis theme  ISVU equivalents:  83166;  Proposal made by  Ivica Levanat, prof.v.šk, 24.06.2014. 

+  A:1.pred. Valter Perinović mag. kineziologije  Physical Education  0+30 (30+0+0+0) (0)  1  172322 
Code WEB/ISVU  26233/172322  ECTS  1  Academic year  2020/2021  Name  Physical Education  Status  1st semester  Undergraduate professional study in mechatronics (Redovni mehatronika)  obligatory course  Department   Teaching mode  Lectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction) work at home  0+30 (30+0+0+0) 0  Teachers  Auditory exercises:1. pred. Valter Perinović mag. kineziologije  Course objectives  To develop in students the habit of practising sports and improving their psychophysical condition and conduct  Learning outcomes:  1.ability to demonstrate how to perform properly technical elements of certain sports. Level: 2.ability to explain the basic terms related to certain sports. Level: 3.ability to explain the basic rules of certain sports. Level: 4.ability to recognize the muscle building exercises. Level: 5.ability to explain the importance of warming up and stretching. Level: 6.ability to describe the organisation of sport competitions. Level: 7.ability to understand the importance of daily workout throughout one's life. Level:
 Involvement of learning outcomes of the course in study programme:  2.1.OSOBNE Znanje o suvremenim pitanjima struke i društva.: 5h in 30h 2.2.OSOBNE Odgovornost, dosljednost, točnost, ažurnost.: 10h in 30h 2.3.OSOBNE Etički i moralni pristup radu.: 10h in 30h 2.4.OSOBNE Kritička evaluacija argumenata, pretpostavki i podataka u cilju stvaranja mišljenja i pridonošenja rješenju problema.: 5h in 30h 2.5.OSOBNE Spremnost za rad na terenu i u nestandardnim uvjetima.: 5h in 30h 2.9.OSOBNE Profesionalna i ljudska osobnost.: 20h in 30h 2.11.OSOBNE Otvorenost za nova znanja, iskustva i kulturne okolnosti.: 10h in 30h  Methods of carrying out auditory exercises  Other
 Course content auditory  1.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:2 6.Improving the elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2 7.Adopting a set of warmup exercises for a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:3 8.Adopting a set of stretching exercises for a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:3 9.Repeating the basic rules of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:5 10.Using auxiliary and elementary games in the learning process of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:5 11.Adoption of basic technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:6 12.Adoption of basic technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:6 13.Competition and Games, 2h, Learning outcomes:4 14.Competition and Games, 2h, Learning outcomes:5 15.Training and automation of injury prevention exercises, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
 Required materials  Special equipment
 Exam literature  Basic literature: 1. M. Dodik, Tjelesna i zdravstvena kultura, Sveučilište u Rijeci, Rijeka, 1992. 2. I. Belan, Aerobik, Ivo Balen, Koprivnica, 1988. 3. I. Horvat, Pravila nogometne igre, Novinskoizdavačko propagandno poduzeće, Zagreb, 1994. 4. I. Tocigl, Taktika igre u obrani, Novinskoizdavačko propagandno poduzeće, Zagreb, 1989. Additional literature: 1. D. Milanović, Dopunski sadržaji sportske pripreme, Sportska tribina i Kineziološki fakultet Zagreb, Zagreb, 2002.
 Students obligations  Students are required to actively participate in exercises during 30 hours per semester, during four semesters. First semester students must go through the swimming test (nonswimmers 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 semester  Practical test  Knowledge evaluation after semester  The exam is not graded but the knowledge is checked at the beginning of the new semester.  Student activities:  Aktivnost  ECTS  (Classes attendance)  1 
 Remark  This course can not be used for final thesis theme  ISVU equivalents:  83369;134337;143312;171217;  Proposal made by  Marko Milanović, prof. 

+  P:1.dr.sc. Vlatko Mićković prof. A:dr.sc. Vlatko Mićković prof.  Mathematics  45+45 (45+0+0+0) (90)  6  215652 
Code WEB/ISVU  26491/215652  ECTS  6  Academic year  2020/2021  Name  Mathematics  Status  1st semester  Undergraduate professional study in mechatronics (Redovni mehatronika)  obligatory course  Department   Teaching mode  Lectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction) work at home  45+45 (45+0+0+0) 90  Teachers  Lectures:1. dr.sc. Vlatko Mićković prof. Auditory exercises:dr.sc. Vlatko Mićković prof.  Course objectives  To enable students to solve mathematical problems related to engineering practice.  Learning outcomes:  1.ability to calculate the value of units containing basic arithmetic operations consisting of complex numbers. Level:6 2.ability to draw the position of a complex number in gaussian plane. Level:6 3.ability to calculate the determinants and simple matrix units. Level:6 4.ability to calculate vector units. Level:6 5.ability to solve linear equations. Level:6 6.ability to understand the definition and composition of a function; to understand inverse functions. Level:6,7 7.ability to classify functions: even functions/odd functions, injections/surjections/bijections. Level:6,7 8.ability to classify basic types of elementary function: exponential functions, polynomials, logarithm functions. Level:6,7 9.ability to sketch graphs of polynomials, trigonometric functions and rational functions without using derivatives. Level:6 10.ability to calculate the limit of a function. Level:6 11.ability to calculate the derivative of a function. Level:6 12.ability to sketch function graphs by means of derivatives and critical points. Level:6
 Methods of carrying out lectures  Ex cathedra teaching Case studies Discussion Questions and answers Other The chalkboard lectures include theory and many examples clearly analyzed step by step, in cooperation with students. In the context of a possible special situation, the material is presented via the LMS system or Microsoft Teams.  Methods of carrying out auditory exercises  Group problem solving Discussion, brainstorming Other The chalkboard lectures include theory and many examples clearly analyzed step by step, in cooperation with students. In the context of a possible special situation, the material is presented via the LMS system or Microsoft Teams.  Course content lectures  1.Complex numbers, algebraic and trigonometric form, basic arithmetic operations with complex numbers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to an integer power, and taking roots (fractional power)), Gauss plane, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2 2.Determinant (2nd order  by formula, 3rd order  by rule of Sarrus and Laplaces expansion, 4th order  by Laplaces expansion and using elementary transformations), 3h, Learning outcomes:3,5 3.System of linear equations, solving by Cramers rule and by GaussJordan elimination method , 3h, Learning outcomes:5 4.Vectors, 3h, Learning outcomes:4,5 5.Functions, definition, domain, range, codomain, injection, surjection, bijection, graph, increasing and decreasing functions, monotonicity, composition, inverse, even and odd functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7 6.Elementary functions: power functions, polynomials, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 7.Dividing a polynomial by the remainder. Rational functions. Zero points and poles of a rational function. Decomposition of a rational function into partial fractions., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 8.Limit, sequence, 3h, Learning outcomes:10 9.Sketching graphs of some functions (polynomials, trigonometric functions), 3h, Learning outcomes:9 10.Problem of finding a tangent, derivative of function, rules for derivative of a sum, product and quotient of two functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:9,12 11.Differential, implicit differentiation, parametric differentiation, 3h, Learning outcomes:10,11 12.Derivative of a composite function, derivative of function f(x)=x^x, 3h, Learning outcomes:5,11 13.Basic theorems of differential calculus (Fermat, Rolle, Lagrange and Cauchy)., 3h, Learning outcomes:11 14.Local and global extremes of a real function of one real variable. LHospitalBernoulli rule. Asymptote., 3h, Learning outcomes:11 15.Derivation of order 2. Convexity and concavity of a function. Inflection points (inflections). Function flow testing., 3h, Learning outcomes:9,10,11,12
 Course content auditory  1.Complex numbers, algebraic and trigonometric form, basic arithmetic operations with complex numbers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to an integer power, and taking roots (fractional power)), Gauss plane, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2 2.Determinant (2nd order  by formula, 3rd order  by rule of Sarrus and Laplaces expansion, 4th order  by Laplaces expansion and using elementary transformations), 3h, Learning outcomes:3,5 3.System of linear equations, solving by Cramers rule and by GaussJordan elimination method , 3h, Learning outcomes:6 4.Vectors, 3h, Learning outcomes:4,5 5.Functions, definition, domain, range, codomain, injection, surjection, bijection, graph, increasing and decreasing functions, monotonicity, composition, inverse, even and odd functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7 6.Elementary functions: power functions, polynomials, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 7.Dividing a polynomial by the remainder. Rational functions. Zero points and poles of a rational function. Decomposition of a rational function into partial fractions., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 8.Limit, sequence, 3h, Learning outcomes:10 9.Sketching graphs of some functions (polynomials, trigonometric functions), 3h, Learning outcomes:9 10.Problem of finding a tangent, derivative of function, rules for derivative of a sum, product and quotient of two functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:9,12 11.Differential, implicit differentiation, parametric differentiation, 3h, Learning outcomes:10,11 12.Derivative of a composite function, derivative of function f(x)=x^x, 3h, Learning outcomes:11 13.Basic theorems of differential calculus (Fermat, Rolle, Lagrange and Cauchy)., 3h, Learning outcomes:11 14.Local and global extremes of a real function of one real variable. LHospitalBernoulli rule. Asymptote., 3h, Learning outcomes:11 15.Derivation of order 2. Convexity and concavity of a function. Inflection points (inflections). Function flow testing., 3h, Learning outcomes:9,10,11,12
 Required materials  Basic: classroom, blackboard, chalk... Whiteboard with markers Special equipment The chalkboard lectures include theory and many examples clearly analyzed step by step, in cooperation with students. In the context of a possible special situation, the material is presented via the LMS system or Microsoft Teams.  Exam literature  Basic literature: 1. I. Vuković: Matematika 1: udžbenik za stručni studij elektrotehnike, Redak, 2015. 2. S. Suljagić: Matematika I, skripta, Zagreb, 2005 3. B. P. Demidovič: Zadaci i rješeni primjeri iz više matematike, Danjar, Zagreb, 1995.
 Students obligations  No special requirements  Knowledge evaluation during semester  Two exams during semester
Ratings by the outcome: maximum 100 points 5062 sufficient (2) 6375 good (3) 7688 very good (4) 89100 excellent (5)  Knowledge evaluation after semester  Written exam 60% of mark
Ratings of written part of the exam: maximum 100 points 5062 sufficient (2) 6375 good (3) 7688 very good (4) 89100 excellent (5)
Oral exam 40% of mark  Student activities:  Aktivnost  ECTS  (Written exam)  4  (Oral exam)  2 
 Remark  This course can be used for final thesis theme  ISVU equivalents:  83165;  Proposal made by  dr.sc. Vlatko MIćković, 14.7.2020. 

+  P:1.prof. dr. sc. Darko Landek P:2.Doc. dr. sc. Ana Pilipović P: Željko Alar P: Vesna AlićKostešić dipl.ing.stroj. L: Željko Alar L: Ivica Garašić L:prof. dr. sc. Darko Landek L:Doc. dr. sc. Ana Pilipović L: Tomislav Staroveški L: Ivan Stojanović  Materials and Manufacturing Processes  30+30 (0+30+0+0) (90)  5  83167 
Code WEB/ISVU  25826/83167  ECTS  5  Academic year  2020/2021  Name  Materials and Manufacturing Processes  Status  1st semester  Undergraduate professional study in mechatronics (Redovni mehatronika)  obligatory course  Department   Teaching mode  Lectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction) work at home  30+30 (0+30+0+0) 90  Teachers  Lectures:1. prof. dr. sc. Darko Landek Lectures:2. Doc. dr. sc. Ana Pilipović Lectures: Željko Alar Lectures: Vesna AlićKostešić dipl.ing.stroj. Laboratory exercises: Željko Alar Laboratory exercises: Ivica Garašić Laboratory exercises:prof. dr. sc. Darko Landek Laboratory exercises:Doc. dr. sc. Ana Pilipović Laboratory exercises: Tomislav Staroveški Laboratory exercises: Ivan Stojanović  Course objectives  To introduce students to the composition and structure of materials, phase diagrams, basics in hardening and basics in materials properties, procedures of heat treatment of metal. To teach students how to apply the proper materials. To introduce students to the basics of production procedures in metal and nonmetal artefacts manufacturing.  Learning outcomes:  1.ability to understand the basic groups and subgroups of materials and manufacturing processes suitable for certain materials as well as the features of materials essential for a machine element or a structure. Level:6 2.ability to understand the chemical composition, microstructure and characteristics of materials . Level:6,7 3. ability to identify the basic mechanical, tribological, corrosion and technological characteristics of materials. Level:6 4.ability to present the results of the analyses of characteristics, the suitability of a material for machine elements or structures and the suitability for the technological processing procedures. Level:6,7 5.ability to put a request for mechanical properties and heat treatment on a drawing. Level:6,7 6.identify identify machining procedures, metal forming procedures, foundry processes, procedures of polymer processing and additive procedures. Level:6 7.clasiffy manufacturing procedures of metal and polymer products according to various criteria. Level:6,7 8.suggest the type of material, technological processing procedure and the most important propreties of a specific construction. Level:6,7 9.compare the additive manufacturing procedures regarding the materials used and the final product properties with the procedures of processing polymers. Level:6,7
 Involvement of learning outcomes of the course in study programme:  1.5.OPĆI Identificirati, modelirati i rješavati inženjerske probleme.: 5h in 150h 2.2.OSOBNE Odgovornost, dosljednost, točnost, ažurnost.: 5h in 150h 2.10.OSOBNE Prilagodljivost novim tehnologijama i tehnikama kao dio procesa cjeloživotnog učenja.: 20h in 150h 2.11.OSOBNE Otvorenost za nova znanja, iskustva i kulturne okolnosti.: 10h in 150h 3.2.MEH Predložiti vrste materijala i tehnološki postupak izrade: 110h in 150h  Methods of carrying out lectures  Ex cathedra teaching Case studies Discussion The lectures are given by designing the necessary diagrams and drawings on the blackboard and with foil projections by an overhead projector. A part of lectures is carried out by presentations using Power Point.  Methods of carrying out laboratory exercises  Laboratory exercises on laboratory equipment Group problem solving Laboratory exercises are carried out in the Laboratories of the Department for Materials using the equipment for heat treatment (different chamber and pit heaters; salt baths, vacuum oven, industrial generator) where the trials of tempering, glowing, yielding, carbonizing, nitriting, boroning are carried out. The evaluation of the abilities achieved is carried out on soliditymeters, coding meters, Charpy  Course content lectures  1.Mechanical properties of materials and their testing. Stressstrain testing. Hardness. Toughness and impact fracture energy for , 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3 2.Fatique and creep of materials. Other material properties., 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3 3.Procedures of heat treatment of metals annealing, hardening, tempering. Procedures for surface modifications, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5 4.Systematization of materials. Abilities and use of iron castings and general construction steel. Abilities and use of steel of increased hardness, steel for tempering, steel for carburizing, steel for springs, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4 5.Abilities and use of corrosively and chemically stable steel and steel for high and low temperatures. Abilities and use of tool steel. Abilities and use of copper, aluminium, nickel, cobalt, titan and magnesium alloys, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4 6.Abilities and use of construction ceramics and hard metals. Abilities and use of polymer and composite materials, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5 7.First preliminary exam., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5 8.Production of artefacts and polymer properties. Continuous and cyclic polymer processing procedures., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 9.Additive manufacturing of prototypes, products, tools and moulds., 2h, Learning outcomes:9 10.Fundamentals of casting technology. Quality and casting defects., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 11.Physical fundamentals of metal forming. Forming procedures., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 12.The principle of achieving weld. Clasiffication of welding procedures., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 13.Processing procedures carried out by means of defined geometry tools, undefined geometry tools and nonconventional procedures. , 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 14.Basic principles of protection against corrosion. Protective coating. Metal and nonmetal coatings. Electrical methods of protection against corrosion, 2h, Learning outcomes:8 15.Second preliminary exam., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8,9
 Course content laboratory  1.No classes., 2h 2.Crystallography, 2h, Learning outcomes:2 3.FeC phase diagram and metallography of FeC alloys , 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2 4.Stressstrain testing, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3 5.Hardness testing and impact fracture testing, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3 6.Tribology testing and analysis of wear, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4 7.Testing of steel hardenability, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,5 8.No classes. 9.Injection moulding. Fused deposition modeling  additive production., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8,9 10.Manufacturing of moulds and cores. Casting and moulding procedures., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 11.Full profile matrices. Free forging. Deep dragging of axial symmetry vessel., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 12.REL and MIG/MAG welding: the machines and devices used and techniques applied. Computer aided welding by means of a laser., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 13.Main and auxiliary motions on machine tools. Drilling, turning, milling and grinding procedures. Parameters of surface roughness in HSC and HM procedures on CNC milling machines. , 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 14.Samples of different constructions and parts of a plant damaged by corrosion. Coatings used against corrosion., 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8 15.Nema nastave.
 Required materials  Basic: classroom, blackboard, chalk... Special purpose laboratory Whiteboard with markers Overhead projector Operating supplies Special equipment Laboratory exercises are carried out in the Laboratories of the Department for Materials using the equipment for heat treatment (different chamber and pit heaters; salt baths, vacuum oven, industrial generator) where the trials of tempering, glowing, yielding, carbonizing, nitriting, boroning are carried out. The evaluation of the abilities achieved is carried out on soliditymeters, coding meters, Charpy  Exam literature  Obavezna: Landek, D., Šercer, M.: Materijali i proizvodni postupci (autorizirana predavanja, FSB, Zagreb, 2013. Dodatna: Kovačiček, F., Španiček, Đ.: Materijali  Osnove znanosti o materijalima, FSB, Zagreb, 2000. Ivušić, V.: Dijagrami stanja metala i legura, FSB, 2003. Stupnišek, M., Cajner, F.: Osnove toplinske obradbe metala, FSB, 2001. Franz, M.: Mehanička svojstva materijala, FSB, Zagreb, 1998. Filetin, T. Kovačiček, F., Indof, J.: Svojstva i primjena materijala, FSB, Zagreb, 2002.
 Students obligations  obligatory attendance of laboratory exercises  Knowledge evaluation during semester  Two preliminary exams, theoretical questions.  Knowledge evaluation after semester  Written exam  Student activities:  Aktivnost  ECTS  (Classes attendance)  1  (Constantly tested knowledge)  3  (Written exam)  1 
 Remark  This course can be used for final thesis theme  Proposal made by  Darko Landek and Mladen Šercer 

+  P:1. Doc. dr. sc. Lidija Tepeš Golubić prof. v. š. P:2. Vesna AlićKostešić dipl.ing.stroj. L: Miroslav Radaković L: Sara Slamić Tarade struč. spec. rel. publ.  Methodology of professional and scientific research  15+30 (0+30+0+0) (15)  2  172304 
Code WEB/ISVU  26229/172304  ECTS  2  Academic year  2020/2021  Name  Methodology of professional and scientific research  Status  1st semester  Undergraduate professional study in mechatronics (Redovni mehatronika)  obligatory course  Department   Teaching mode  Lectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction) work at home  15+30 (0+30+0+0) 15  Teachers  Lectures:1. Doc. dr. sc. Lidija Tepeš Golubić prof. v. š. Lectures:2. Vesna AlićKostešić dipl.ing.stroj. Laboratory exercises: Miroslav Radaković Laboratory exercises: Sara Slamić Tarade struč. spec. rel. publ.  Course objectives  To enable students to design and implement quality professional work  Learning outcomes:  1.formulate research hypotheses framework solution to the problem and the subject of research. Level:6,7 2.generate professional solution of the problem through research. Level:6,7 3.identify the rules and procedures of the methodology of professional work. Level:6 4.allocate option procedures for the transformation of good ideas for quality professional work. Level:6 5.predict method for the preparation of professional work. Level:6,7 6.formulate research results. Level:6,7 7.present the results of the target audience. Level:6,7 8.create a text document by using an advanced text formatting commands (generating content, a list of tables, files, collaboration, indexing). Level:6 9.create a spreadsheet using advanced commands (conditional formatting, production scenarios, pivot tables, filtering). Level:6,7
 Involvement of learning outcomes of the course in study programme:  1.1.OPĆI Služiti se stranim jezikom u literaturi i svakodnevnoj stručnoj komunikaciji. : 5h in 60h 1.2.OPĆI Primijeniti znanje matematike i fizike na inženjerske probleme.: 4h in 60h 1.3.OPĆI Koristiti tehnike, vještine i suvremene alate neophodne za inženjersku praksu.: 4h in 60h 1.4.OPĆI Povezati inženjerske aktivnosti konstruiranja, proizvodnje i marketinga s potrebama korisnika proizvoda i usluge.: 4h in 60h 1.5.OPĆI Identificirati, modelirati i rješavati inženjerske probleme.: 4h in 60h 2.1.OSOBNE Znanje o suvremenim pitanjima struke i društva.: 4h in 60h 2.2.OSOBNE Odgovornost, dosljednost, točnost, ažurnost.: 4h in 60h 2.3.OSOBNE Etički i moralni pristup radu.: 4h in 60h 2.4.OSOBNE Kritička evaluacija argumenata, pretpostavki i podataka u cilju stvaranja mišljenja i pridonošenja rješenju problema.: 4h in 60h 2.5.OSOBNE Spremnost za rad na terenu i u nestandardnim uvjetima.: 1h in 60h 2.7.OSOBNE Predstavljanje informacija, ideja, problema i rješenja stručnoj i općoj publici.: 4h in 60h 2.8.OSOBNE Komunikacijske vještine u okviru struke te s klijentima, na hrvatskom i engleskom jeziku.: 3h in 60h 2.9.OSOBNE Profesionalna i ljudska osobnost.: 3h in 60h 2.10.OSOBNE Prilagodljivost novim tehnologijama i tehnikama kao dio procesa cjeloživotnog učenja.: 4h in 60h 2.11.OSOBNE Otvorenost za nova znanja, iskustva i kulturne okolnosti.: 4h in 60h 2.12.OSOBNE Fleksibilnost i prilagodljivost u iznalaženju tehničkih rješenja uz neupitno poštivanje temeljnih etičkih načela, pravnih normi i pravila struke.: 4h in 60h  Methods of carrying out lectures  Ex cathedra teaching Case studies Discussion Seminar, students presentation and discussion
 Methods of carrying out laboratory exercises  Laboratory exercises on laboratory equipment
 Course content lectures  1.Introduction to professional work. Education and research activities .. The concept and types of professional works, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2 2.Introduction to professional work. Education and research activities .. The concept and types of professional works, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2 3.Introduction to professional work. Education and research activities .. The concept and types of professional works, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2 4.The methodology of professional work. Concept and classification of professional methods, 1h, Learning outcomes:5,7 5.The methodology of professional work. Concept and classification of professional methods, 1h, Learning outcomes:5,7 6.The methodology of professional work. Concept and classification of professional methods, 1h, Learning outcomes:5,7 7.Technology of professional work. Choice of research topics. The planning and organization of research work, 1h, Learning outcomes:3 8.Technology of professional work. Choice of research topics. The planning and organization of research work, 1h, Learning outcomes:3 9.Technology of professional work. Choice of research topics. The planning and organization of research work, 1h, Learning outcomes:3 10.Research and development. Writing and technical processing of professional work. Using literature and citation; Parts of work and research documentation, 1h, Learning outcomes:6 11.Research and development. Writing and technical processing of professional work. Using literature and citation; Parts of work and research documentation, 1h, Learning outcomes:6 12.Research and development. Writing and technical processing of professional work. Using literature and citation; Parts of work and research documentation, 1h, Learning outcomes:6 13.Plagiarism. Professional and scientific journals and publications. Database search, 1h, Learning outcomes:1 14.Plagiarism. Professional and scientific journals and publications. Database search, 1h, Learning outcomes:1 15.Plagiarism. Professional and scientific journals and publications. Database search, 1h, Learning outcomes:1
 Course content laboratory  1.introduction and familiarization with the available e services for students, 2h 2.Advanced text processing, 2h, Learning outcomes:8 3.Advanced text processing, 2h, Learning outcomes:8 4.Advanced text processing, 2h, Learning outcomes:8 5.Advanced text processing, 2h, Learning outcomes:8 6.colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:8 7.Advanced use of spreadsheet, 2h, Learning outcomes:9 8.Advanced use of spreadsheet, 2h, Learning outcomes:9 9.Advanced use of spreadsheet, 2h, Learning outcomes:9 10.Advanced use of spreadsheet, 2h, Learning outcomes:9 11.colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:9 12.Making presentations, 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7 13.Making presentations, 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7 14.Correction of Collapse, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8 15.exame, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7
 Required materials  Basic: classroom, blackboard, chalk... General purpose computer laboratory Whiteboard with markers Overhead projector
 Exam literature  1. M.Žugaj, K.Dumičić, V.Dušak: Temelji znanstvenoistraživačkog rada Metodologija i metodika, FOI, Varaždin, 2006.g. 2. R. Zelenika: Metodologija i tehnologija izrade znanstvenog i stručnog djela. Ekonomski fakultet, Rijeka, 2000.g. 3. Lj. Baban, K. Ivić, S. Jelinić, M. LamzaMaronić, A. Šundalić: Primjena metodologije stručnog i znanstvenog istraživanja.Ekonomski fakultet, Osijek, 2000. H.Birola, odabrane teme iz Informatike, POU, Zagreb portal Nikola Tesla, LMS tečaj
 Students obligations  Regular attending 20%
 Knowledge evaluation during semester  check preparedness exercise 25% of the grade Colloquium processing  min 75%, 25% of the grade outcome 8 Colloquium budget tablice min 75%, 25% of the grade outcome 9 Seminar work  outcomes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7; 25% rating of the grade  Knowledge evaluation after semester  Written exam
 Student activities:  Aktivnost  ECTS  (Seminar Work)  2 
 Remark  This course can not be used for final thesis theme  ISVU equivalents:  83367;83368;128187;  Proposal made by  Vesna AlićKostešić mag.ing.mech., 2.6.2016 

+  P:1. Hrvoje Galijan dipl.ing.stroj. P:2. Vesna AlićKostešić dipl.ing.stroj. K: Antonio Antunović dipl. ing. brodogradnje K: Hrvoje Galijan dipl.ing.stroj.  Technical Documentation  15+30 (0+0+0+30) (75)  4  215653 
Code WEB/ISVU  26492/215653  ECTS  4  Academic year  2020/2021  Name  Technical Documentation  Status  1st semester  Undergraduate professional study in mechatronics (Redovni mehatronika)  obligatory course  Department   Teaching mode  Lectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction) work at home  15+30 (0+0+0+30) 75  Teachers  Lectures:1. Hrvoje Galijan dipl.ing.stroj. Lectures:2. Vesna AlićKostešić dipl.ing.stroj. Construction exercises: Antonio Antunović dipl. ing. brodogradnje Construction exercises: Hrvoje Galijan dipl.ing.stroj.  Course objectives  To transfer to students the knowledge necessary for designing, writing, reading and understanding technical documentation. To teach students how to communicate by means of an engineering drawing. To introduce to students the idea of 2D and 3D presentation possibilities and teach them to adopt conventions and standards used in technical documentation.  Learning outcomes:  1.ability to create a technical drawing respecting standards, such as the choice of features, technical script, paper size, scale. Level:6 2.ability to design a mechanical element together with a necessary number of projections using the knowledge related to descriptive geometry. Level:6,7 3. ability to design the necessary crosssections of mechanical elements. Level:6 4.ability to standardise the tolerance and conjunction related to specific mechanical elements. Level:6,7 5.ability to sketch a mechanical element in both orthogonal and isometric projection. Level:6 6.ability to design the necessary positions and an assembly drawing in both orthogonal and isometric projection. Level:6 7.ability to design a mechanical element and an assembly AD drawing using AutoCAD . Level:6,7 8.planning and preparing for the forthcoming workshops. Level:6,7 9.differentiating the coordinative systems and the methods of their application in AutoCAD. Level:6 10.create the prototype drawing in AutoCAD. Level:6,7 11.make a drawing with all kinds of coordinates. Level:6 12.combine the basic commands for drawing and modifying of the drawing Draw, Modify. Level:6,7 13.edit the methods of listing for different scales on the same document. Level:6,7 14.draw the machine part in section with the entry of symbols for surface roughness and the chart of the tolerance. Level:6 15.edit the section by hatching and marking the section. Level:6,7 16.draw the gear wheel in section with conical hub, and properly mark conus. Level:6 17.edit of dimension and tolerance. Level:6,7 18.connect the spatial isometric 3D projection with orthogonal 2D projection. Level:6,7 19.connect orthogonal 2D and spatial isometric 3D projection. Level:6,7 20.draw the shaft. Level:6 21.drawing of the consecutive sections and details of the shafts. Level:6 22.draw all the elements of the workshop drawings. Level:6 23.draw the assembly drawing of the hook with the pulley. Level:6 24.draw the position of the pulley and the hook. Level:6 25. . Level:6
 Involvement of learning outcomes of the course in study programme:  1.1.OPĆI Služiti se stranim jezikom u literaturi i svakodnevnoj stručnoj komunikaciji. : 10h in 120h 1.2.OPĆI Primijeniti znanje matematike i fizike na inženjerske probleme.: 10h in 120h 1.3.OPĆI Koristiti tehnike, vještine i suvremene alate neophodne za inženjersku praksu.: 10h in 120h 1.4.OPĆI Povezati inženjerske aktivnosti konstruiranja, proizvodnje i marketinga s potrebama korisnika proizvoda i usluge.: 10h in 120h 2.10.OSOBNE Prilagodljivost novim tehnologijama i tehnikama kao dio procesa cjeloživotnog učenja.: 10h in 120h 3.1.MEH Konstruirati strojne elemente i sklopove sa stanovišta čvrstoće i deformacija, kinematike i dinamike: 80h in 120h  Methods of carrying out lectures  Ex cathedra teaching Case studies Demonstration Simulations Lectures are given frontally by oral presentations, method of demonstration with explanations of the rules of drawing technical drawings using contemporary teaching aids: models, computers, overhead projectors.  How construction exercises are held  Exercises are carried out in groups, by the method of conversation also sketching, analysing and synthesizing projections according to a methodological exercisebook and by individual work with students during sketching machine parts on their own in orthogonal and isometric projection while making a workshop and assembly drawing by a 2D computer.  Course content lectures  1. , 2h, Learning outcomes:1 2. , 2h, Learning outcomes:2,5 3. , 2h, Learning outcomes:3 4. , 2h, Learning outcomes:3 5. , 2h, Learning outcomes:1 6. , 2h, Learning outcomes:5 7. , 2h, Learning outcomes:4 8. , 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5 9. , 2h, Learning outcomes:4 10. , 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4 11. , 2h, Learning outcomes:4 12. , 2h, Learning outcomes:4 13. , 2h, Learning outcomes:25 14. , 2h, Learning outcomes:25 15. , 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4,25
 Course content constructures  1.No classes, 2h 2.getting familiar with the content of the construction exercises and their realization, 2h, Learning outcomes:8 coordinate system that si being used in AutoCAD, 2h, Learning outcomes:9 3.defining the settings of the protoype drawing, 2h, Learning outcomes:10 drawing of the examples with rectangular and polar, and absolute and relative coordinates, 2h, Learning outcomes:11 4.drawing the projections using the basic drawing commands (line, rectangle, circle) and modification of the drawing (erase, copy, offset, move, rotate, trim), 2h, Learning outcomes:12 5.making of the orthogonal projection of the symmetric machine part with the help of mirror and stretch command, 2h, Learning outcomes:12 6.making the object projection with the help of polar array command, dimensioning and preparing the draft for printing in M1:1 scale, and objects of small dimensions in M20:1 scale, 2h, Learning outcomes:12,13 7.making of the section of the machine part in the full section. Marking surface roughness and the chart of tolerance., 2h, Learning outcomes:14,15 8.the representation of the gear wheel leaving the representation rules in the descriptive geometry the simplification., 2h, Learning outcomes:16,17 9.making of the orthogonal projections based on the complex isometric drawing., 2h, Learning outcomes:18 10.making of the isometric drawing based on 2 or 3 orthogonal projections., 2h, Learning outcomes:19 11.making of the shaft the basic model with the groove for key , 2h, Learning outcomes:20 12.entry of the consecutive sections and details, 2h, Learning outcomes:21 13.dimensioning and entry of the symbols for the linear surveying, shapes, positioning and the spinning, and roughness of the technical surfaces, 2h, Learning outcomes:22 14.making of the assembly drawing of pullies with the hook on the paper of A3 format with marked positions and properly filled parts lists., 2h, Learning outcomes:23 15.making of the workshop drawings of the pullies and the hook based on the assembly drawing., 2h, Learning outcomes:24
 Required materials  Basic: classroom, blackboard, chalk... General purpose computer laboratory Whiteboard with markers Overhead projector Exercises are carried out in groups, by the method of conversation also sketching, analysing and synthesizing projections according to a methodological exercisebook and by individual work with students during sketching machine parts on their own in orthogonal and isometric projection while making a workshop and assembly drawing by a 2D computer.  Exam literature  Osnovna: Z. Herold: Inženjerska grafika, Inženjerski priručnik, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1994. Z. Herold, D. Žeželj: Inženjerska grafika  Metodička vježbenica, FSB, Zagreb, 2006. D. Rohde, N. Bojčetić, D. Deković, Z. Herold, D. Marjanović, D. Žeželj: Računalna i inženjerska grafika, Podloge za vježbe iz Auto CAD, FSB, Zagreb, 2005. M. Opalić, M. Kljajin, S. Sebastijanović: Tehničko crtanje, Zrinski d.d., Čakovec, 2003. Dodatna: Koludrović: Tehničko crtanje u slici s kompjuterskim aplikacijama, Autorska naknada Koludrović Ć. I. R., Rijeka, 1997.
 Students obligations  class attendance, submitted programme  Knowledge evaluation during semester  Regular class attendance, preliminary exam, programme problems  Knowledge evaluation after semester  Continuous knowledge checking: homeworks, programme problems and two preliminary exams: 1.PRELIMINARY EXAM: Orthogonal projections; isometry (1h). 2.PRELIMINARY EXAM: Dimensioning; space perception (1h).
 Student activities:  Aktivnost  ECTS  (Practical work)  2  (Written exam)  2 
 Remark  This course can not be used for final thesis theme  ISVU equivalents:  83366;128188;  Proposal made by  Čedomir Jurčec, Hrvoje Galijan 
