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1 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Nadprzewodnictwo stosowane Name in English Applied Superconductivity Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building Specialization Refrigeration and Cryogenics Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject optional-specialization code MSN0035 Group of courses No Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) Form of crediting Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points 1 practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes 0,5 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES Knowledge of issues concerning thermodynamics basis of cryogenics and low temperature physics SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1 providing information about superconductivity phenomenon and its application in industry, energetics, medicine and science. C to familiarize students with some chosen superconductors and with their physical properties.. C3 providing information about superconductors manufacture methods. C4 providing information about methods of cryo-stabilization of low- and high-temperature superconducting composities. 1

2 SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 - possesses a knowledge in superconductivity and its application in industry, energetics, medicine and science. PEK_W0 - names and characterizes some chosen low- and high-temperature superconductors. PEK_W03 - has knowledge on the superconductors production technologies. PEK_W04 - has knowledge on the cryostabilization of high-and low-temeperature superconductors. PROGRAMME CONTENT Form of classes - lecture Lec1 Introduction to superconductivity Lec Basic properties and classification of superconductors Lec3 Production technologies of superconductors. Number of hours Lec4 Lec5 Cryo-stabilization of low-temperature and high-temperature superconductors. 4 Lec6 Lec7 Applications of low-temperature and high-temperature superconductors. 4 Lec8 Test 1 Total hours 15 N1. Information lecture N. Multimedia presentation N3. Consultations TEACHING TOOLS USED EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- lecture Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) C PEK_W01-PEK_W04 Test.

3 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE PRIMARY LITERATURE : [1] W. Buckel, R. Kleiner, Superconductivity: Fundamentals and Applications, Wiley-VCH, 004 [] P. J. Lee, Engineering Superconductivity, Wiley-IEEE Press; 1 edition, 001 SECONDARY LITERATURE: [1] C.P. Poole., H.A. Farach, R.J. Creswick, R. Prozorov, Superconductivity, Academic Press, 007 [] V.L. Ginzburg, E.A. Andryushin, Superconductivity, World Scientific Publishing Company, 004 SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, ADDRESS) Dr hab. Marian Ciszek, MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT APPLIED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND MACHINE BUILDING. AND SPECIALIZATION REFRIGERATION AND CRYOGENICS educational effect Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study/ specialization objectives Programme content PEK_W01 C1 Lec1-Lec7 PEK_W0 C Lec S1NN_W10 PEK_W03 C3 Lec3 PEK_W04 C4 Lec4-Lec5 Teaching tool number N1, N.N3 3

4 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Chłodnictwo absorpcyjne Name in English Absorption Refrigeration Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building* Specialization Refrigeration and Cryogenics Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject optional-specialization code MSN011 Group of courses No Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) Form of crediting Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar exam crediting with grade crediting with grade crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points 1 1 crediting with grade practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes ,75 0,75 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES Competence in thermodynamic cycles and knowledge of issues related to the exchange of heat and mass. SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1.Provide basic knowledge, including aspects of absorption refrigeration application C. Provide knowledge on the calculation of heat exchangers C3 To form quality skills of understanding, interpretation and quantitative analysis - based on the equations describing absorption refrigeration cycles C4 To develop skills of the students ability to design absorption refrigeration plants. SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 familiar with the basic implementation of the absorption refrigeration cycle PEK_W0 have knowledge of the construction of absorption refrigeration systems PEK_W03 know the mathematical model describing the heat exchangers and selection rules of refrigeration automatics relating to skills: PEK_U01 able to determine the basic parameters of the absorption refrigeration cycle PEK_U0 able to apply mathematical models to calculate heat exchangers PEK_U03 able to design the absorption refrigeration plant 4

5 PROGRAMME CONTENT Form of classes - lecture Lec1 History and perspectives of absorption refrigeration. Basic concepts and definitions Lec Three-dimensional graph LGP - h - and its transfer to the graph h - Lec3 Determining the primary circuit temperature absorption using NH3 - HO and its representation on the graph h - Lec4 The energy balance of industrial absorption chiller and the interpretation of the graph h -. Analytical - graphical method for the interpretation of the processes taking place in the absorption chiller.. 5 Number of hours Lec5 Condensers in absorption refrigeration systems - mathematical model, construction Lec6 Evaporators in absorption refrigeration systems - mathematical model, construction Lec7 The role of recuperators in absorption refrigeration systems: structure, thermal and hydraulic calculations Lec8 Absorbers in absorption refrigeration systems - mathematical model, construction Lec9 Desorbers in absorption refrigeration systems - mathematical model, construction Lec10 Dephlegmators in absorption refrigeration systems - mathematical model, construction Lec11 Gas absorption refrigeration machines - operating principle Lec1 Gas absorption refrigeration machines - hydrogen flow in the gas absorption refrigeration machines designing rules exchangers in the circuit of hydrogen. Lec13 Gas absorption refrigeration machines - ammonia flow in the gas absorption refrigeration machines designing rules exchangers in the circuit of hydrogen. Lec14 Absorption device working with HO-LiBr - operating principle Lec15 Absorption device working with HO-LiBr - mathematical model of the cycle and thermal calculations Total hours 30 Form of classes - Class Numbe r Cl1 Identification of the points of the graphs LGP - h - and h - Identification of phase transitions and to identify changes in the graphs LGP - h - and h - Cl Determining the main absorption NH3 - HO cycle temperatures and its representation on the graph h - Cl 3 The energy balance of industrial absorption chiller and the interpretation of the graph h -. Analytical - graphical method for the interpretation of the processes taking place in the refrigerator. Cl 4 The mass and the energy balance of unit processes occurring in the liquid-cooled condensers and cooling liquids in evaporators Cl 5 The mass and the energy balance of unit processes taking place in the absorbers and desorbers of industrial absorption chiller using NH3 - HO Cl 6 The mass balance and the energy of unit processes taking place in the internal heat exchangers and dephlegmatros of industrial absorption chiller using NH3 - HO Cl 7 The mass and the energy balance of industrial absorption chiller using LiBr-HO Cl 8 test 1 Total hours 15 Proj1 Proj Proj3 Form of classes - project Organizational matters. Literature and materials design. The content of the project discussion. Handing over the individual topics of the projects. The schedule of project phases completion. Determining the main absorption NH3 - HO cycle temperatures and its representation on the graph h - for individual tasks The energy balance of industrial absorption chiller and the interpretation of the graph h -. Analytical - graphical method for the interpretation of the processes taking Number of hours

6 place in the absorption chiller for individual tasks Proj4 Designing of heat exchangers for individual design tasks Proj5 Designing of heat exchangers for individual design tasks Proj6 Designing of heat exchangers for individual design tasks Proj7 Designing of heat exchangers for individual design tasks Proj8 Provide the completed project 1 Total hours 15 TEACHING TOOLS USED N1. Lecture with multimedia. N. Tutorials Discussion of tasks solutions N3. The project - consultation, discussion and presentation of the project N4. Office hours N.5 Individual work. EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- lecture Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) C PEK_W01 PEK_W03 written exam EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- class Evaluation (F forming (during semester), C concluding (at semester end) Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement F1 PEK_U01 PEK_U0 Replies oral discussions, written tests F PEK_U01 PEK_U0 final colloquium C=(F+F1)/ EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- project Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) C PEK_U03 defence of the project, oral answers PRIMARY LITERATURE : PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE Keith E.Herold, Reinhard Rademacher, Sanford A. Klein Absorption Chillers and Heat Pumps CRC Press LLC 1996 [] Risto Ciconkov Refrigeration - Solved examples, "St Kiril & Metodij" Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Po. Box Skopie Macedonia [3] Handbook: refrigeration, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning ASHRAE 006 [4] Wilbert F. Stoecker - Industrial refrigeration handbook McGraw-Hill 1998 [5] Georg Alefeld, Reinhard Rademacher: Heat Conversion Systems, CRC Press 1994 SECONDARY LITERATURE: [1] Web Site: 3D Absorption International Journal of Refrigeration 6

7 SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, ADDRESS) Stefan Reszewski MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT Absorption Refrigeration AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building educational effect Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study/ specialization objectives Programme content Teaching tool number PEK_W01 C1 Lec1 Lec 4 PEK_W03 SRAC_W09 Wy11 Wy15 N1, N4, N5 PEK_W0 C Lec 5, Lec 6, Lec 7 Lec 10 PEK_U01 SRAC_U08 C3 Cl1 Cl7 N, N4, N5 PEK_U0 PEK_U03 SRAC_U09 C4 Proj1 Proj7 N3, N4, N5 7

8 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Sprężarkowe systemy ziębnicze Name in English Compressor refrigeration systems Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building* Specialization Refrigeration and Cryogenics Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject optional-specialization code MSN0161 Group of courses No Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) Form of crediting Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar exam crediting with grade crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points crediting with grade crediting with grade practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes 0 1 1,5 1,5 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES Competence in thermodynamic cycles and knowledge of issues related to the exchange of heat and mass. SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1.Provide basic knowledge, including aspects of refrigeration compressor application C. Provide knowledge on the calculation of heat exchangers and the selection of fittings and refrigeration automatics. C3 To form quality skills of understanding, interpretation and quantitative analysis - based on the equations describing refrigeration circuits C4 To develop skills of the students ability to interpret processes in refrigeration plants. 8

9 SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 familiar with the basic implementation of the refrigeration circuit and the differences between the theoretical and real refrigeration. PEK_W0 have knowledge of the construction of compressors refrigeration systems PEK_W03 know the mathematical model describing the heat exchangers and selection rules of refrigeration automatics relating to skills: PEK_U01 able to determine the basic parameters of the refrigeration circuit and point out the differences between the theoretical and real refrigeration circuit. PEK_U0 able to apply mathematical models to calculate heat exchangers PEK_U03 able to select the necessary devices from catalogs PEK_U04 able to draw conclusions from measurements of parameters of refrigeration systems PROGRAMME CONTENT Form of classes - lecture 9 Number of hours Lec1 History of the refrigeration industry and the construction graph lgp-h. Lec Determination of the basic parameters characterizing refrigeration cirquit. The actual refrigeration circuit and its graphical interpretation on lg p-h. Lec3 Self-regulation of the refrigeration cirquit The real refrigeration cirquit on lgp-h. The ability to provide a higher COP. Lec4 The ability to provide a higher COP. Lec5 Division of refrigeration compressors, construction, working principle, mathematical model. Lec6 The oil function in the cooling systems. Oil selection for refrigeration plant. Calculation of piping in the refrigeration plant. Lec7 Construction of the discharge line in the cooling system Lec8 Construction of the liquid line in the cooling system Lec9 Construction of the condensers in the cooling system Lec10 Regulation of the condensation pressure Lec11 Construction of the compressors set for refrigeration systems Lec1 Construction of the suction line in the refrigeration systems. Connection of evaporators. Lec13 Expansion devices in the refrigeration systems Lec14 Construction of the evaporators in the cooling system Lec15 Heat recovery from refrigeration systems Total hours 30 Form of classes - Class Cl1 Identification of the points of the graph lgp-h Cl Identification of phase transitions and to identify changes in the graph lgp-h Cl 3 Construction of the theoretical refrigeration cycle in the graph lgp-h Cl 4 Construction of the real refrigeration cycle in the graph lgp-h Cl 5 Analysis of the refrigeration cycles equipped with subcooler and internal heat exchanger and their graphical interpretation on lgp-h diagram Cl 6 Analysis of the refrigeration cycles equipped with economizer and two stage cycles and their graphical interpretation on lgp-h diagram Cl 7 Calculations of the refrigeration compressor and selection by using catalogs and selection software Cl 8 Calculations of the discharge pipeline diameter, its construction and selection of the Number of hours

10 devices characteristic for the high pressure vapour side of the system. Cl 9 Calculations of the discharge pipeline diameter, its construction and selection of the devices characteristic for the high pressure vapour side of the system. Cl 10 Analysis of the condensing pressure control and selection of fittings and automation ensures that effect. Cl 11 Calculations compressor sets and selection of valves and automation Cl 1 Calculations of the suction pipeline diameter, its construction and selection of the devices characteristic for the high pressure vapour side of the system. Cl 13 Expansion devices in a refrigeration plant-selection on the basis of catalogs and selection programs Cl 14 Calculations evaporators and condensers in refrigeration and selection of catalogs and selection programs Cl 15 Analysis of heat recovery systems and their impact on COP Total hours 30 Form of classes - laboratory Lab1 Obtaining of cooling effect using eutectic mixtures 1 Lab Adiabatic cooling and the use of the graph X for moist air Lab3 Visualization of processes in refrigeration cirquit based on observations of the glass model of domestic refrigerators 4 Lab4 The basic measurements of domestic refrigerator refrigeration cirquit and calculation of the main parameters of the cycle based on results of measurments. Heat balance the cooling chamber. Lab5 Presentation of the basic service tools required for use in the refrigeration systems. Recognition of refrigerants based on measured values of pressure and temperature. Number of hours Lab6 The study of simple comercial cooling system equipped with unit cooler. Calculation of the main parameters of the cycle and representation on lgp-h. Lab7 Study the impact of disturbance in the air flow through the condenser on the parameters of the rerigeration cycle. Influence on the COP. Lab8 Study the impact of disturbance in the air flow through the evaporator on the parameters of the rerigeration cycle. Influence on the COP. 1 Lab9 Air cooler performance measurement based on measurements. Lab10 Condenser performance measurement based on the measurements. 4 Self-regulation of the cooling system on the high pressure side and ways to Lab11 prevent it. Regulation of the thermostatic expansion valve and its control. Effects on Lab1 efficiency of the system. Lab13 Filling and adjusting the cooling system. Effect of filling in the parameters of the system and the COP. Lab14 Removing the filling of the refrigeration system by various methods of recovery of refrigerants. Lab15 Final review and obtain assessments Total hours 30 TEACHING TOOLS USED N1. Lecture with multimedia. N. Tutorials Discussion of tasks solutions N3. Laboratory classes Discussion of the reports prepared by students N4. Office hours N.5 Individual work. 10

11 EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- lecture* Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) C PEK_W01 PEK_W03 written exam EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- class* Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) F1 PEK_U01 PEK_U03 Replies oral discussions, written tests F final colloquium C=(F+F1)/ EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- laboratory* Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) F1 F14 PEK_U04 written reports of laboratory classes. C = (ΣF1 F14)/14 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE PRIMARY LITERATURE : [1] Rex Miller, Mark R. Miller, Air conditioning and refrigeration McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing,006 [] Risto Ciconkov Refrigeration - Solved examples, "St Kiril & Metodij" Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Po. Box Skopie Macedonia [3] Handbook: refrigeration, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning ASHRAE 006 [4] Wilbert F. Stoecker - Industrial refrigeration handbook McGraw-Hill 1998 SECONDARY LITERATURE: [1] Kołodziejczyk L., Rubik M: Technika chłodnicza w klimatyzacji, Warszawa 1976 [] Gutkowski K.: Chłodnictwo. Wybrane zagadnienia obliczeniowe, WNT, Warszawa 197 [3] Maczek K., Mieczyński M.: Chłodnictwo, Wydawnictwo Politechniki Wrocławskiej, 1981 [4] Ullrich Hans-Jürgen: Technika chłodnicza. Poradnik, tom I i II, IPPU MASTA, 1998 SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, ADDRESS) Stefan Reszewski 11

12 MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT Compressor refrigeration systems AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building educational effect PEK_W01 PEK_W04 PEK_W0 PEK_W03 PEK_U01 PEK_U0 PEK_U03 Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study/ specialization SRAC_W0 SRAC_U0 objectives Programme content C1 Lec1 Lec 4 Lec 9 Lec 15 C Lec 5 Lec 8 C3 Cl1 Cl 7 Teaching tool number N1, N4, N5 N, N4, N5 PEK_U04 SRAC_U03 C4 Lab1 Lab 14 N3, N4, N5 1

13 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Ziębniki i chłodziwa Name in English Refrigerants and coolants Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building Specialization Refrigeration and Cryogenics Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject obligatory code MSN0183 Group of courses No Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) Form of crediting Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar Crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points 1 practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES Basic knowledge of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1 Familiarize students with general knowledge on refrigerants and coolants, including history of their discovery and development, classification, physical and chemical properties and application in different types of refrigeration systems. C Familiarize students with ecological aspects of refrigerants. C3 Familiarize students with properties and behavior of different types of refrigerants (natural, synthetic and mixtures), as well as with consequences of their application in various refrigeration cycles. C4 Familiarize students with safety requirements of refrigerants application, in particular their flammability and toxicity, as well as with different standards and norms. 13

14 SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 Student is able to define refrigerants, classify refrigerants and coolants and characterize their most important physical and chemical properties; PEK_W0 Student posses general knowledge of ecological aspects related to refrigerants usage, including their influence on the Ozone Layer and contribution to the Global Warming and also know the most important international regulations in this area. PEK_W03 Can define synthetic refrigerants, describe their most important properties and understand methodology of their numeration. PEK_W04 Is able to define and describe zeotropic and azeotropic mixtures of refrigerants. PEK_W05 Can list and describe the most important natural refrigerants. PEK_W06 Cen define safety categories of refrigerant application. PEK_W07 Is able to distinguish the most important standards and norms regarding refrigerant application. PROGRAMME CONTENT Number of hours Form of classes - lecture Lec1 The scope of the lecture, rules of crediting and grading, literature. Basic definitions and classifications. Lec Refrigerants in various types of cycles. Lec3 Ecological aspects of refrigerant application. Lec4 Synthetic refrigerants. Lec5 Zeotropic and azeotropic mixtures. Lec6 Natural refrigerants. Lec7 Safety of refrigerant usage. Standards and norms. Lec8 Test. 1 Total hours 15 TEACHING TOOLS USED N1. Lecture with presentation. N. Self-study reading of supplementary materials. N3. Self-study study and preparation for the final test. N4. Office hours. EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- lecture Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) C PEK_W01 PEK_W07. Assessment takes the form of a written test containing questions based on the entire range of the lecture.. 14

15 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE PRIMARY LITERATURE : [1] 009 ASHRAE Handbook - Fundamentals (SI Edition), 009 American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. [] Białko B., Zajączkowski B., Refrigeration machines, system applications: compressor refrigeration systems, heat pumps, air condition systems, absorption refrigeration, Skrypt Politechniki Wrocławskiej, Wrocław 011 [3] Cengel Y.A., Boles M.A., Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach 4-6th Ed., McGraw- Hill [4] Calm J.M., The next generation of refrigerants Historical review, considerations, and outlook., International Journal of Refrigeration, Volume 31, Issue 7, November 008, [5] Calm J.M., Hourahan G.C., Refrigerant Data Update., Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering, 79(1):50-64, January 007 [6] Riffat S.B., Afonso C.F., Oliveira A.C., Reay D.A., Natural refrigerants for refrigeration and air-conditioning systems., Applied Thermal Engineering, Volume 17, Issue 1, January 1997, Pages 33 4 [7] Lorenzen G., The use of natural refrigerants: a complete solution to the CFC/HCFC predicament., International Journal of Refrigeration, Volume 18, Issue 3, March 1995, Pages SECONDARY LITERATURE: [1] Bitzer, Refrigerant Report [] ISO Mechanical refrigerating systems used for cooling and heating [3] CEN EN 378-1: Refrigerating systems and heat pumps - Safety and environmental requirements - Part 1: Basic requirements, definitions, classification and selection criteria SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, ADDRESS) Bartosz Zajączkowski MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT Refrigerants and Coolants AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building AND SPECIALIZATION Refrigeration and Cryogenics educational effect Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study/ specialization objectives Programme content Teaching tool number PEK_W01 SRAC_W03 C1 Wy1, Wy N1, N, N3, N4 PEK_W0 SRAC_W03 C Wy3 N1, N, N3, N4 PEK_W03 SRAC_W03 C3 Wy4 N1, N, N3, N4 PEK_W04 SRAC_W03 C3 Wy5 N1, N, N3, N4 PEK_W05 SRAC_W03 C3 Wy6 N1, N, N3, N4 PEK_W06 SRAC_W03 C4 Wy7 N1, N, N3, N4 PEK_W07 SRAC_W03 C4 Wy7 N1, N, N3, N4 15

16 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Kriogenika Name in English Cryogenics Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building Specialization Refrigeration and Cryogenics Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject optional-specialization code MSN0341 Group of courses No Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) Form of crediting Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar Examination crediting with grade crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points 1 practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes 1 1 0,75 1,5 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES good knowledge of thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, background in physics, mechanical engineering and material engineering SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1 To familiarize the students with physical background of cryogenics. C To transfer knowledge concerning construction and operation of cryogenic devices C3 Practical training in safe handling of cryogenic liquids C4 Development of capabilities in low temperature measurements and data analysis C5 To train students in balancing of cryogenic devices C6 Training in calculation of cryogenic cycles 16

17 SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 knows definition, terminology and applications of cryogenics PEK_W0 knows the processes of obtaining low temperatures in fluids and solids PEK_W03 knows the flow diagrams of cryogenic refrigerators and liquefiers PEK_W04 knows basic methods of reaching the ultralow temperatures (below 1 K) PEK_W05 knows the methods of gas mixtures separation (including air) relating to skills: PEK_U01 is able to define problem of cooling or cryostating of given object PEK_U0 is able to calculate a energy balance of cryogenic refrigerators PEK_U03 is able to choose a proper cryogenic refrigerator or liquefier for a given task PEK_U04 is able to estimate temperature drop in cooling processes PEK_U05 is able to depict processes of cryogenic refrigerators and liquefiers PEK_U06 is able to handle the cryogenic liquids in a safe way PEK_U07 is able to perform low temperature measurements PROGRAMME CONTENT Form of classes - lecture Lec1 Introduction to cryogenics. Basic definitions. History of cryogenics. Applications of cryogenics and cryogenic technologies. Lec Properties of cryogens, Safe handling of cryogenic liquids. Introduction to safety engineering in cryogenics. Lec3 Gas temperature decrease processes. Isentropic expansion, isenthalpic throttling and free exhaustion. Comparison of the processes thermodynamics. Lec4 Cryogenic liquefiers and refrigerators with recuperative heat exchangers Joule- Thomson and Claude devices. Lec5 Liquefaction of cryogenic gases. Minimal work of liquefaction. Thermodynamic optimization of the liquefier stage number. Lec6 Gaseous cryogenic refrigerators with regenerative heat exchangers part I (Stirling, Gifford-McMahon, pulse tubes). Lec7 Gaseous cryogenic refrigerators with regenerative heat exchangers part II (Vuilleumier-Taconis). Categorization of cryogenic liquefiers and refrigerators.. Lec8 Temperature decrease in process of adiabatic demagnetization. Magnetic refrigerators. Lec9 Basic properties of superfluid helium HeII. Cryogenics of superfluid helium. Lec10 Methods of obtaining the temperatures below 1. Sorption refrigerators. Lec11 Dilution of 3He in 4He II and solidification of 3He. Dilution and Pomeranchuk refrigerators. Laser cooling. Lec1 Cryogenic methods of gas mixtures separation. Air separation. Lec13 LNG liquefaction, storage, transfer and regasification. Lec14 Liquid hydrogen. Liquefaction and storage. Liquid hydrogen cryogenic systems. Lec15 Modern trends in cryogenics development. Review of big scientific projects using cryogenics. Form of classes - class 17 Number of hours Total hours 30 Cl 1 Laws of thermodynamics in cryogenics 1 Cl Carnot cycle, basic cryogenic cycles, minimal work of gas liquefaction Cl3 Introduction to modeling with use of Aspen HYSYS code Cl4 Joule-Thomson refrigerator and liquefier first principles approach Number of hours

18 Cl5 Modeling of Joule-Thomson systems in Aspen HYSYS code Cl6 Claude refrigerator and liquefier first principles approach Cl7 Modeling of Claude systems in Aspen HYSYS code Cl8 Colloquium 1 Total hours 15 Form of classes - laboratory Lab1 Introduction to laboratory Lab Physical properties of cryogenic liquids Lab3 Risk analysis of using cryogens in confined space Lab4 Cryogenic thermal insulations measurements of heat leaks Lab5 Joule-Thomson process of gas liquefaction Number of hours Lab6 Measurements of working parameters of Joule-Thomson liquefier supplied with gas mixture Lab7 Measurements of working parameters of liquid nitrogen laboratory generator Lab8 Oxygen generation in PSA process Lab9 Measurements of cooling power of Gifford-McMahon cryocooler Lab10 Introduction to superconductivity Meissner effect Lab11 Measurements of superconducting tapes and fault current limiter Lab1 Cryogenic technologies in food industry Lab13 Cryogenics in medicine Lab14 Measurements of working parameters of a whole-body cryo-chamber Lab 15 Cryogenics in mechanical engineering Total hours 30 TEACHING TOOLS USED N1. Traditional lecture with multimedia presentations N. Traditional classes with whiteboard N3. Laboratory experiments aimed at proces identification and parameters measurements N4. Individual consultancies N5. Student individual work EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- lecture Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) C PEK_W01 PEK W05 Examination, written and oral EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- class Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement Evaluation (F forming (during semester), C concluding (at semester end) F1 PEK_U01 U05 Pop-quizzes C Average grade from the quizzes EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- laboratory Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) F1 PEK U06-U07 Written reports from performed laboratory tasks C Average grade from the reports 18

19 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE PRIMARY LITERATURE : [1] M. Chorowski, Cryogenics fundamentals and applications, MASTA 007 (translation) [] Lecure scripts from www page [3] Classes tutorials [4] A.Piotrowska-Hajnus, J.Fydrych, J.Poliński, Cryogenic Engineering Laboratory Handbook, Wroclaw University of Technology 010 SECONDARY LITERATURE: [1] S. Van Sciver, Helium Cryogenics, Plenum Press [] A. Arkharov, I. Marfenina, Ye. Mikulin, Cryogenic Systems. SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, ADDRESS) Maciej Chorowski, MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT Cryogenics AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building AND SPECIALIZATION Refrigeration and Cryogenics educational effect Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study/ specialization objectives Programme content Teaching tool number PEK_W01 PEK_W05 SRAC_W06 C1, C C5, C6 Lec01 Lec14 N1, N4, N5 PEK_U01 PEK_U05 SRAC_U05 C5, C6 Cl1 Cl14 N, N4, N5 PEK_U06 PEK_U07 SARC_U06 C3, C4 Lab1 Lab14 N3, N4, N5 19

20 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Materiały i czynniki kriogeniczne Name in English Cryogenic Materials and Fluids Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building Specialization Refrigeration and Cryogenics Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject optional-specialization code MSN 034 Group of courses No Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) 15 Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) 30 Form of crediting crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points 1 practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes 0,5 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES 1. Knowledge of the basics of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Knowledge of the basics of materials science SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1 - Providing information on the cryogens, cryogenic mixtures and their thermal and thermodynamic properties. C - Providing information on the materials used in cryogenic engineering and their thermo-mechanical properties C3 - Providing information on the chosen aspects of safety handling with liquefied gases and materials cooled down to cryogenic temperatures. 0

21 SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 lists and characterizes cryogens. PEK_W0 has knowledge on the thermodynamic properties of cryogenic fluids. PEK_W03 lists and characterizes materials applied in cryogenic engineering. PEK_W04 has knowledge on the thermal, mechanical, electrical, magnetic and surface properties of cryogenic materials. PEK_W05 has knowledge on the properties of cryogenic mixtures. PEK_W06 has knowledge on the main risks related to the liquefied gases and construction materials cooled down to cryogenic temperatures PROGRAMME CONTENT Form of classes - lecture Lec1 Introduction to the subject. Specification of cryogenic fluids. Thermophysical properties of cryogenic fluids description of their state properties Lec - (specific heat, compressibility, thermal expansion, etc.) and transport properties Lec 3 (thermal conductivity, viscosity, diffusion, etc.). 4 Number of hours Lec 4 Specification of materials applied in cryogenic engineering. Lec 5- Properties of cryogenic materials description of their thermal, mechanical, Lec 6 electrical, magnetic and surface properties. 4 Lec 7 Properties of cryogenic fluid mixtures. Safety in handling cryogenic fluids. Lec 8 Test 1 Total hours 15 N1. lecture, N. presentation, N3. consultation TEACHING TOOLS USED EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- lecture Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) P PEK_W01-W06 Kolokwium zaliczeniowe PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE PRIMARY LITERATURE : [] K.D. Williamson Jr, F.J. Edeskudy, Liquid Cryogens, Volume I: Theory and Equipment, CRC Press Inc., USA 1983 [3] J.G. Weisend II, Handbook of Cryogenic Engineering, Taylor&Francis, USA 1998 [4] F. Pobell, Matter and Methods at Low Temperature, Sprigner, Second Edition, USA1996 SECONDARY LITERATURE: [1] G. Ventura, L. Risegari, The Art of Cryogenics, Low-Temperature Experimental Techniques, Elsevier, 008 [] F.J. Edeskuty, W.F. Stewart, Safety in the handling of cryogenic fluids, Plenum Press, New York,

22 SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, ADDRESS) Jarosław FYDRYCH, MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT CRYOGENIC MATERIALS AND FLUIDS AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND MACHINE BUILDING. AND SPECIALIZATION REFRIGERATION AND CRYOGENICS educational effect Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study/ specialization objectives Programme content PEK_W01 C1 Wy1 PEK_W0 C1 Wy-Wy3 PEK_W03 C Wy4 SRAC_W07 PEK_W04 C Wy5-Wy6 PEK_W05 C1 Wy7 PEK_W06 C3 Wy7 Teaching tool number N1, N, N3

23 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Systemy kriogeniczne Name in English Cryogenic Systems Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building Specialization Refrigeration and Cryogenics Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject Optional-specialization code MSN0343 Group of courses No Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) Form of crediting Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar Crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points 1 practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes 0 0,5 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES Knowledge of basics of thermodynamics, basics of fluid mechanics and basics of cryogenics SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1 Make students acquainted with components, design and analysis of the cryogenic systems SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 knowledge the cryogenic systems definition and classification PEK_W0 knowledge of cryogenic system components, understanding of the particular component role in the system, knowledge of the components sizing procedure as well as selection of the component type PEK_W03 knowledge of types of instrumentation for measurement and control of process variables in the cryogenic systems PEK_W04 knowledge and understanding of design rules of basic and complex cryogenic systems with liquid, superfluid and supercritical helium 3

24 PROGRAMME CONTENT Form of classes - lecture Lec1 Definition and classification of cryogenic systems and system components Lec, Lec3 Cryogenic system components 4 Number of hours Lec4 Instrumentation for measurement and control of process variables in the cryogenic systems Lec5 Supercritical helium systems. ITER reactor cryogenic system analysis Lec6 Superfluid helium systems. LHC and XFEL accelerators cryogenic system analysis Lec7 Liquid helium production and cryogenic systems. FAIR facility cryogenic system analysis Lec8 Final test 1 Total hours 15 TEACHING TOOLS USED N1. Lecture the use of presentations and real examples N. Lecture the encourage to proposals and discussion of designated technical problems solutions N3. Self work self studies and preparation for the final test N4. Consultations with teacher EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- lecture Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) F1 PEK_W01 -PEK_W04 Discussions F PEK_W01 -PEK_W04 Final test C=(4. F+F1)/5 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE PRIMARY LITERATURE : [5] A.M. Arkharow, I.V. Marfenina, Ye.I. Mikulin, Cryogenic systems, Bauman Moscow State University Press, Moscow, 000 [6] Thomas M. Flynn, Cryogenic Engineering, Marcel Dekker, USA.005 [7] Chorowski M., Kriogenika, podstawy i zastosowania, IPPU MASTA, Gdańsk 007 [8] J.G. Weisend II, Handbook of Cryogenic Engineering, Taylor&Francis, USA, 1998 [9] A.R. Jha, Cryogenic Technology and Applications, Elsevier, USA, 008 SECONDARY LITERATURE: [1] R.C. Scurlock, Low-Loss Storage and Handling of Cryogenic Liquids: The Application of Cryogenic Fluid Dynamics, Kryos Publications, United Kingdom, 006 [] G. Ventura, L. Risegari, The Art of Cryogenics, Elsevier, USA, 008 [3] Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, Transactions of the Cryogenic Engineering Conferences SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, ADDRESS) Jarosław Poliński, 4

25 MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT CRYOGENIC SYSTEMS AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building AND SPECIALIZATION Refrigeration and Cryogenics educational effect Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study/ specialization objectives Programme content PEK_W01 C1 Lec1 PEK_W0 C1 Lec, Lec 3 SRAC_W1 PEK_W03 C1 Lec 4 PEK_W04 C1 Lec 5 Lec 7 Teaching tool number N1 N4 5

26 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Mechanika Analityczna Name in English Mechanics Analytical Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject obligatory code MSN0463 Group of courses No Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) Form of crediting Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes 0 1 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES Knowledge of physics, mechanics and mathematical analysis SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1 Presentation of knowledge about the classification of mechanical systems and analytical methods for their description. SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 has knowledge about classifying of the mechanical systems and distinguishing between types of constraints PEK_W0 knows equations describing the dynamics of mechanical systems PEK_W03 uses Hamilton's principle to analyze the trajectory of motion of mechanical systems PEK_W04 applies the method of canonical transformations PEK_W05 applies the criteria of stability and asymptotic stability of linear systems 6

27 Lec1 Lec Lec3 Lec4 Lec5 Lec6 Lec7 Lec8 Lec9 Lec10 Lec11 Lec1 Lec13 Lec14 Lec15 PROGRAMME CONTENT Form of classes - lecture Number of hours Free and constrained systems. Constraints and their classification. Possible and virtual displacement. Ideal constraints. The general equation of dynamics. Lagrange equations of the first kind. The principle of virtual displacements. d'alambert s principle. Holonomic systems. Generalized coordinates. Generalized forces. Lagrange equations of the second kind in generalized coordinates. Research Lagrange equations. Theorem of total energy change. Potential, gyroscopic and dissipative force. Appell equations for non-holonimic systems. Pseudocoordinates. Lagrange equations for the potential forces. Generalized potential. Non-natural systems. Hamilton's canonical equations. Routh equations. Cyclic coordinates. Poisson brackets. Hamilton's principle. The second form of Hamilton's principle. Fundamental integral invariant of Poincaré-Cartan mechanics. Hydromechanical interpretation of the fundamental invariant integral. Thomson and Hemholtz theorems about circulation and vorticity. Generalized conservative systems. Whittaker equations. Jacobi equations. The principle of Maupertuis-Lagrange least action. Chaotic motion. Association of geodesic lines at any of the conservative movement. Universal Poincare integral invariant. Lee Hwa-Chung theorem. Invariance of volume in phase space. Liouville's theorem. Canonical transformations. Free-canonical transformations. Hamilton-Jacobi equation. The method of separation of variables. The use of canonical transformations in perturbation theory. The structure of the arbitrary canonical transformation. Criterion of canonical transformation. Lagrange brackets. Jacobi matrix of the canonical transformation. Invariance of Poisson brackets with the canonical transformation. Lagrange's theorem on stability equilibrium position. Lapunov and Czatajew theorem. Asymptotic stability of the equilibrium position. Dissipative systems. Conditional stability. General formulation of the problem. The stability of any movement or process. Lapunov theorem. Stability of linear systems. Stability in linear approximation. Criteria for asymptotic stability of linear systems. Small oscillations of the conservative system. Normal coordinates. The impact of external periodic forces on the oscillations of the conservative systems. Rayleigh's theorem to change the frequency. Small oscillations of elastic systems. The reduced system. Routh potential. Secret movements. Hertz concept of kinetic origin of the potential energy. The stability of stationary motions. Total hours 30 TEACHING TOOLS USED N1. Traditional lectures using multimedia presentations N. Consultation 7

28 EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT- lecture Evaluation (F forming (during semester), Educational effect number Way of evaluating educational effect achievement C concluding (at semester end) C PEK_W01 PEK_W05 Kolokwium PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE PRIMARY LITERATURE : [5] D. Strauch, Classical Mechanics An Introduction, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 009 [6] L. D. Landau, I. M. Lifshitz, in Theoretical Physics vol. 1 Mechanics, Elsevier Science Ltd., 003 SECONDARY LITERATURE: [1] H. Goldstein, C. Poole, J. Safko, Classical Mechanics, 3rd edn., Addison-Wesley SanFrancisco, 00 SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, ADDRESS) Paweł Regucki, PhD, MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT Mechanics Analytical AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building educational effect PEK_W01 PEK_W0 PEK_W03 PEK_W04 PEK_W05 Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study/ specialization KMBM_W03 objectives C1 Programme content Lec1 Lec Lec4 Lec5 Lec9 Lec10 Lec11 Lec15 Teaching tool number N1, N 8

29 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING SUBJECT CARD Name in Polish Mechatronika i systemy sterowania Name in English Mechatronics and control systems Main field of study Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building Level and form of studies nd level, full-time Kind of subject obligatory code MSN 0531 Group of courses No Number of hours of organized classes in university (ZZU) Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS) Form of crediting Lecture Classes Laboratory Project Seminar Examination crediting with grade For group of courses mark (X) final course Number of ECTS points 3 practical (P) classes direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes 0 1,5 1,5 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES Competences related to mathematics and physics acknowledged by positive grades scored during 1st level studies. Additional competences related to electronics and control theory. SUBJECT OBJECTIVES C1..Introduction of fundamental knowledge (also in the practical aspect) related to to the following elements of mechatronic systems C1.1 Sensors of physical quantities C1. Mechatronic actuators C1.3 Control devices microcontrollers, PLC devices. C The formal training In the methodology of quantative understanding, interpretation and numerical analysis of mechatronic systems regarding: C.1 Mechatronic system design C. Selection of parameters of mechatronic components located in an abovementioned system C.3 Creation of control algorithm and control program for mechatronic system. 9

30 SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS relating to knowledge: PEK_W01 The student is able to define and apply the model of a mechatronic system PEK_W0 The student knows the physical background related to sensor and actuators PEK_W03 The student has the basic skills in microcontroller programming PEK_W04 The student has the basic skills in PLC programming PEK_W05 The student has the basic knowledge about the operation of a simple MCU-based system PEK_W06 The student has the basic knowledge about technical solutions used in mechatronic power drive systems PEK_W07 The student has the basic knowledge regarding complex control systems and SCADA software. relating to skills: PEK_U01 The student can point out, define and compute the basic parameters of mechatronic objects PEK_U0 The student is able to build a simple microcontroller-based control system PEK_U03 The student is able to select a proper type of sensor for a mechatronic system, according to the type of the object and desired mode of application PEK_U04 The student is able to create simple programs for a PLC controller supervising the defined production process PEK_U05 The student is able to design and build a simple logical control system based on PLC controller. PEK_U06 The student is able to interface electromechanical and electropneumatic actuators with a PLC controller. PEK_U07 The student is able to analyse the structure and mode of operation of an existing control system. PROGRAMME CONTENT Form of classes - lecture 30 Number of hours Lec1 Introduction, Basic definitions, relations between mechatronics and other science disciplines Lec Programmable control systems an introduction. Process algorithm, Turing machine, von Neumann architecture. Lec3 Microcontrollers an introduction, Basic definitions, internal architecture. Lec4 Microcontrollers programming methods. Lec5 Microcontrollers interfacing to input/output devices. Lec6 Examples of applications of microcontrollers, mobile robots Lec7 Sensors of fundamental physical quantities (pressure, temperature, displacement) Lec8 Encoder, position sensors, application examples. Lec9 Motion transmission components (transmissions, gearboxes, clutches, lead screws) Lec10 Examples of application of mechatronic components CNC machines Lec11 Mechatronics in biomedical applications the pneumatic blood pressure sensor Lec1 PLC controllers introduction, fundamental defintions. Lec13 PLC controllers different families and system architectures. Lec14 PLC controllers programming methods. Programming languages for programmable control systems Lec15 PLC controllers large control systems, SCADA software. Total Hours: 30 Form of classes - laboratory La1 Initial information, introduction to the laboratory exercises La Microcontrollers a development board with a microcontroller (initial training) Number of hours