Subject description - B0B13EKE

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B0B13EKE Ecology for Electrical
Roles:  Extent of teaching:2P+2L
Department:13113 Language of teaching:CS
Guarantors:Kudláček I. Completion:Z,ZK
Lecturers:Kudláček I. Credits:4
Tutors:Kudláček I. Semester:Z

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Influence of the industrial production on the environment. Sources of gaseous and solid exhalation, pollution of effluents waste, sources of outlet and raw materials. Industrial technology from the ecological point.Degradation influence of environment. Technology of waste processing. Ecological management.

Study targets:

Obtain an overview of the effects of industrial environments on the environment Get an overview of the operating environment influence the functionality of technical products

Course outlines:

1. Ecological approach on the environment.
2. Influence of the industrial production upon operational environment.
3. Industrial production as a source of gaseous exhalation.
4. Industrial production as a source of sewage waters.
5. Industrial production as a source of wastes.
6. Degradation influence of operational environment.
7. Degradation of corrosion.
8. Degradation of sunlight.
9. Degradation of dust exposure.
10. Degradation of humidity.
11. Ecology and quality.
12. Environmental management systems.
13. Eco-labelling.
14. Economical aspects of ecological productions.

Exercises outline:

1. Introduction into program of exercise.
2. Video-program.
3. Video-program.
4. Video-program.
5. Methods of measuring of pollution indoor environments.
6. Software of monitoring indoor environments.
7. Software for tally of waste.
8. Software for LCA.
9. Samples of recycling technologies.
10. Seminar training.
11. Seminar training.
12. Seminar training.
13. Seminar training.
14. Credit.


1. Castells F.,Rodrigo J.,Alonso J.C.: Electrical and Electronic Practical Ecodesign Guide. University Rovira i Virgili, Španělsko 2002.
2. Guinée J.,B. a kol.:Handbook on Life Cycle Assessment. Kluwer Academic Publishers, UK


The student is required to participate in exercises and to develope a project.


degradation, corrosion, waste, durability of products

Subject is included into these academic programs:

Program Branch Role Recommended semester

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