Mechanical Engineering Course code Course Name M001 M002 M003 M004 M005 M006 M007 M008 M009 M010 M011 M012 M013 M014 M015 M016 M017 M018 M019 M020 M021 M022 M023 M024 M025 M026 M027 M028 M029 M030 M031 M032 M033 M034 M035 M036 M037 M038 M039

Simulation In Machine Dynamics Environmental Biology Wastewater Treatment Basics of Ecology Bioprocess Engineering Engineering of Reactors Basics of Business Entities Economy Heat Transfer Fluid Mechanics Applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Hydrology and Hydraulics Informatics Meteorology and Climatology Pollution Diffusion in Atmosphere Spatial Planning and Urban Design Numerical Method in Mechanics Building Structures Mechanics Machine Design Machine Life Strength of Materials Welding Introduction to Mechatronics Membrane Processes Environment Protection Organization of Agricultural Production and Services Process Engineering Design: Cooling and Gas Scrubbing Removal Installation Processes and Technology of Production Fuels Combustion in Industry Process Computer Aided Design Fluid Mechanics Computational Fluid Mechanics Gas Dynamic Hydraulic and Hydrologic Hydraulic Machines Fundamentals of Chemical and Food Technology Multiphase Flows Process Flow Systems

ECTS credits 6 3 4 2 6 6 2 6 6 4 4 5 3 4 3 6 6 5 4 5 6 3 5 8 3 2 6 6 8 3 6 6 6 4 4 4 2 6 4

M040 M041 M042 M043 M044 M045 M046 M047 M048 M049 M050 M051 M055 M056 M054 M064b M064a M052a M053 M061 M057 M058 M059 M052b M066 M063 M061

Selected Process Techniques Environmental Engineering Food Engineering Selected Elements of Process Engineering Water Technology Programming in MATLAB Mathematical Statistics Methods and Techniques of the Quality Control Soil Science Communication Skills Environmental Metrology Heating Systems Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Energy Consumption of Industrial Processes Modern Non-invasive Measurement Techniques for Multiphase Flow Systems Heat and Mass Transfer Operations Mechanical Operations Environmental Management Environmental Protection and Monitoring Design Work – Installation for Solution Production Electrical Engineering and Electronics Computer Measurement Systems Mechanical Engineering Environmental Management Mechanics Elements and Machines Design Mechanics Elements and Machines Design Design Work – Individual Report

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Detailed information 1. Course title

Simulation In Machine Dynamics

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2. Course Code 3. Form of class M001 Lecture and laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester elective winter semester 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 advanced 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 3 45 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Dr inż. Józef Grzelak, tel. 048774006356, email: [email protected], Opole University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanics, Departament of Mechanics and Machine Design, ul. Mikolajczyka 5, 45-271 Opole, Poland. 12. Prerequisites Mathematical analysis, analytical mechanics, theory of vibrations foundamentals 13. Objectives of the course Mathematical modeling and computer simulation of linear and nonlinear mechanical systems with one and more degrees of freedom using Matlab-Simulink programme 14.     

Teaching program Introduction to Matlab-Simulink programme, numerical methods in Matlab, Differential equations modeling methods using Simulink programme, Simulation and modeling of linear mechanical systems using general and operational methods, Simulation and modeling of nonlinear mechanical systems using general method, Transfer function concept for linear mechanical systems with one and more degrees of freedom, frequency characteristics of the linear systems,  Application of FFT or DFT functions for frequency characteristics determination of the nonlinear mechanical systems,  Movement stability analysysis for linear and nonlinear mechanical systems. 15. Assessment methods reports written by students 16. a) b) c)

Recommended reading B.Skalmierski, Mechanics, Warszawa-Amsterdam, PWN-Elsevier 1992. J.L.Meriam, L.G.Kraige, Engineering Mechanics, vol.2 Dynamics, 3rd ed. – New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1993. R.Dautray, J.L.Lions, Mathematical Analysis and Numerical Methods for Science and Technology, vol.1, Physical Origins and Classical Methods, Berlin: Springer-Verlag 1990. d) Simulink, Dynamic System Simulation for MATLAB, Using Simulink, v.3, The MathWorks 1999.

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Environmental Biology 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M002 Lecture and laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 3 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 3 Basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1 (laboratory); 2 (lecture) 15 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Jolanta KRÓLCZYK, PhD Eng. , e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites None 13. Objectives of the course Biological processes occurs in environment; processes accompanying pollution neutralization and soil reclamation; water reclamation; landfill reclamation; biological threat assessment. 14.                   15.

16. a) b) c) d)

Teaching program Plant and trees recognition. Ways of recognition and finding species based on key to plant recognition. Rules and techniques of microscoping. Preparing and observation samples to microscoping. Plant cell structure. A role of plant and animals tissues in physiological processes. Osmose in cell. Plasmolysis. Characteristic of selected groups of microorganisms based on activated sludge Description of Procaryota and Eucaryota. Structure and function of cell components. The role of plant and animal tissues in physiological processes. Recognition of selected microorganisms: virus, bacteria, fungus, algae, Ways of nutrition: heterotrophism, autotrophism (chemosynthesis and photosynthesis) Metabolism – catabolism, anabolism ATP – phosphorylation Aerobic respiration, anaerobic respiration and fermentation. Photosynthesis as a basic anabolic process. Material cycles and life processes – the role of microorganisms The role of microorganism in objects destruction and devastation. Assessment methods Taken after each laboratory Recommended reading Ville Eldra Pearl, Berg Linda R., Martin Diana W., Villee Claude A., Biology, MULTICO, 2000, 2nd edition Bergey's Manuał of Determinative Bacteriology. Baltimowe: Williams and Wilkins Co., Ed. VII, 1974 Brock T.D., Madigan M.T. Biology of Micro-organisms. Prentice Hall. International London Lengerer J.W., Drews G., Schlegel H.G. (red). Biology of prokaryotes. Blackwell Science,Thieme, Stuttgart, New York, 1999

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Wastewater Treatment

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2. Course code 3. Form of class M003 lecture 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Joanna Boguniewicz-Zablocka, e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Basic knowledge of wastewater, basic chemistry of wastewater 13. Objectives of the course The course presents technologies, installations and equipment for physical, biological and chemical wastewater treatment. This course gives an insight into the different technologies of municipal wastewater treatment. 14. Teaching program Introduction to wastewater treatment. Current status. New directions. Wastewater treatment objectives, methods and design (Classification and application of wastewater treatment methods. Treatment processes flowsheets. Process design criteria). Technologies, installations and equipment for physical wastewater treatment (screening, flow equalization, sedimentation, flotation, granular-medium filtration). Role of microorganisms. Treatment process. Fundamentals on Microbiology (basic concepts). Aerobic suspended – growth treatment processes (activated sludge process, aerobic aerated lagoons). Aerobic attached – growth treatment processes (trickling filters, roughing filters, rotating biological contactors, packed – equipment for chemical wastewater treatment (precipitation, flocculation, gas transfer, adsorption, disinfection, mixing). Technologies, installations and equipment for treatment and disposal of sludge. 15. Assessment methods Written test, oral assessment 16. Recomended reading M.H.enze; P.Harremoes; J.la Cour Jansen;E.Arvin "Wastewater Treatment-biological and chemical process" 17. Additional information Lecture: powerpoint presentation and discussion 1. Course title

Basics of Ecology 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M004 Lecture 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 1 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 2 Basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Prof. Marek Tukiendorf, e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites None 13. Objectives of the course Basic terms and laws connected with environmental science and ecology, i.e. material cycles and life

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processes, flow of energy. Basic information about population dynamics. Effects of anthropopression and ways of nature protection. Teaching program Basic ecological terms – ecology, ecosystem, biotic community, ecological landscape, environmental science A brief history of conservation and environmentalism Modern environmentalism Environmental dilemmas, signs to hope, North/South: a divided world Environmental ethics and philosophy, worldviews and ethical perspectives Matter, energy and life: from atoms to cells, energy and matter, energy for life, from species to ecosystem, material cycles and life processes Matter, energy and life: population, biological environment, ecosystem, photosynthesis, respiration Material cycles and life processes – the carbon cycle, the nitro gen cycle Population dynamics Biological communities and species interaction Communities in transition Ecological succession Air, climate and wheatear – air pollution Water use and management, water pollution, 15. Soils pollution Assessment methods Exam (test) Recommended reading Cunningham Wiliam P., Woodworth Saido B., Environmental Science, McGraw-Hill, 4th edition Ville Eldra Pearl, Berg Linda R., Martin Diana W., Villee Claude A., Biology, MULTICO, 2000, 2nd edition

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Bioprocess Engineering 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M005 exercise, seminar, project 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory V and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester exercise (1h) exercise (15h) seminar (1h) seminar (15h) project (1h) project (15h) 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. Małgorzata Płaczek, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering email: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics, chemistry, biology 13. Objectives of the course The aim of this study is to provide information on biochemistry of cell, building and physiology of microorganisms, their proprieties, activity, and use in industrial processes. Moreover, the aim of this course is to introduction to basic problems of performance of typical biotechnology processes on a large scale, as well as introduction to construction and the utilization of different bioreactors types. The course is designed to be a study of all aspects of practical application of microorganisms. Some part of the course is dealing with production of different substances in a biotechnological way (alcohols, organic acid, fermented foods and feeds, enzymes and its immobilization, antibiotics, vitamins and plant hormones, plant, microbial pesticides, vaccines and biological fuels). Additionally ,some information about waste water treatment and bioremediation will be also provided. 14. Teaching program  Introduction to bioprocess engineering

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16. a) b) c)

Comparison of chemical and biochemical ways of production Bioreactors as main unit of bioprocess apparatus (construction of different bioreactors types) Principles of bioprocess conduct The choice of optimum configuration of bioreactors system to typical bioprocess Elements of genetics and genetic engineering Comparizon of biochemical transformations Kinetics of biomass growth Classification of models of biomass growth Culture and conditions of growth of industrial microorganisms Production technology of selected products Bioprocess engineering and environment protection Assessment methods exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations, seminar: active participation under the seminar, essay (10 pages) or oral presentation of set task, individual consultations project: study of biochemical reactor project Recommended reading Bioprocess Engineering: Basic Concepts (2nd Edition) (Hardcover) by Michael L. Shuler, Fikret Kargi (Prentice Hall) Biology of Industrial Microorganisms, Brock T.D., Madigan M.T. Prientince Hall, 2005 Biotechnology: An Introduction (with InfoTrac), Susan R. Barnum, Brooks Cole, 2000

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Engineering of Reactors 2. Course Code (kod przedmiotu) 3. Form of class M006 exercise, seminar, project 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory V and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester exercise (1h) exercise (15h) seminar (1h) seminar (15h) project (1h) project (15h) 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. Małgorzata Płaczek, email: [email protected] Department of Chemical and Process Engineering 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics, 13. Objectives of the course The aim of this course is to give information about kinetics of reaction in different type of chemical reactors as well as knowledge about design engineering of different type of reactors. This course will provide handson experience in upstream processing and will focus on the selection, preparation, and operation of chemical reactors and instrumentation. 14. Teaching program  Introduction to engineering of chemical reactors  Classification of chemical reaction  Basics of kinetics of chemical reaction  Basic types of chemical reactors  Mass balance for different types of chemical reactors  Energetic balance of ideal reactors  Stationary and nonstationary state of chemical reactor  Models of heterogeneous catalytic reactors  Chemical reactor design, optimization, and scaleup

15. Assessment methods ( exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations, seminar: active participation under the seminar, essay (10 pages) or oral presentation of set task, individual consultations project: study of chemical reactor project 16. Recommended reading a) Bioprocess Engineering: Basic Concepts (2nd Edition) (Hardcover) by Michael L. Shuler, Fikret Kargi (Prentice Hall) b) The Engineering of Chemical Reactions, Schmidt, Lanny D., New York, Oxford University Press, 1998 c) Chemical Reactor Design, Optimization, and Scaleup, Nauman, E. Bruce, 2002 McGraw-Hill d) Inżynieria reaktorów chemicznych, Burghart, Andrzej, T.1. Reaktory dla układów homogenicznych / Andrzej Burghart, Grażyna Bartelmus. - Warszawa : Wydaw. Naukowe PWN, 2001. - 367 s e) Inżynieria reaktorów chemicznych, Burghart, Andrzej T.2. Reaktory dla układów heterogenicznych / Andrzej Burghart, Grażyna Bartelmus. - Warszawa : Wydaw. Naukowe PWN, 2001. - 353 s. 1. Course title

Basics of Business Entities Economy 2. Course Code M007

3. Form of class Lecture

4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 1 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 2 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer dr Anna Kuczuk, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites None 13. Objectives of the course Introduction to basics and consolidation of fundamental notions and rights in scope of micro-and macroeconomics and fundamentals of investments’ economic account using chosen idustry examples. 14. Teaching program  Fundamentals of economics notions – rarity effect, problem of management, goods and services, resources;  Market, price, demand, supply – market structure, market mechanism, merket balance;  Conumer’s decisions – rules of consumer decisions, usability theory;  Producer’s decisions - production’s function, costs;  Market structures – perfect rivalship, full monopoly, non-perfect rivalship;  Chosen aspects of economic account – Investments’ efficiency, cash-flow, dicount, NPV, IRR;  Job market, capital market, ground market;  Macroeconomics introduction;  Circulation of product and income , ways of Groos National Income measurment;  Aggregated supply and demand, macroeconomics balance;  Unemployment, kinds of unemployment;  Inflation – kinds, reasons, measures;  Economy cycle, cycles of economic situation;  Fiscal policy;  Money in econymy. 15. Assessment methods Written test 16. Recommended reading a) Economics (a student's guide) - John Beardshaw, David. Brewster b) Economics - David Begg, Stanley Fisher

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Heat Transfer 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M008 lecture, exercise, laboratory, seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory V and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester lecture (2h),exercise (1h) lecture (30h),exercise (15h) laboratory,(1h) seminar (1h) laboratory,(15h), seminar (15h) 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. Małgorzata Płaczek; Department of Chemical and Process Engineering email: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics, 13. Objectives of the course This course examines the three heat transfer mechanisms - conduction, convection and electromagnetic radiation. Solutions are obtained for one dimensional steady heat conduction through composite, plain and tubular walls, including with internal heat generation. The Reynolds' analogy is introduced to link forced convective heat transfer with momentum transfer in laminar and turbulent boundary layers. Free convection, in which heat transfer itself induces its own buoyant flow is then considered. The radiative emission characteristics of black and grey bodies are examined and radiative heat transfer between such bodies is analysed. The objective of this course is to introduce, through a combination of theory, exercise and laboratory practice, the basic heat transfer processes. Acquire knowledge about basics of heat transfer including principles and calculations of heat transfer processes constituting background for analysis of heat exchangers, thermal equipment and systems. A theoretical discussion of selected processes of heat transfer will be followed by laboratory experiments. 14. Teaching program  Fundamentals of heat transfer processes  Introduction to conduction (one - and two - dimensional, steady state conduction, transient conduction)  Fluid dynamics and convection  Forced convection (external flow, internal flow)  Free convection  Radiation (processes and properties, exchange between surfaces)  Construction and work of heat exchangers  Examples of heat transfer processes studied in the laboratory include: convective heat transfer, heat transfer in pipes with ribs, heat transfer in boiled mixtures and heat transfer in pipes with metal foam  Heat transfer—general applications (fluidized beds, food processing, nuclear reactors, manufacturing and processing) 15. Assessment methods lecture: exam-test, individual consultations exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations laboratory: active participation under the laboratory, written laboratory report seminar: active participation under the seminar, essay (10 pages) or oral presentation of set task, individual consultations 16. Recommended reading a) Elements of heat transfer, Bayazitoğlu Y., Özişik M. N., McGraw-Hill, New York, 1988. b) Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, Frank P. Incropera [et all]. - 6th ed. - Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley & Sons, cop. 2007. - XXV, [1], 997 s. c) Interfacial Transport Phenomena, Slattery J. C., Springer-Verlag, New York Inc., 1990 d) Materials prepared by lecturer

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Fluid Mechanics 2. Course code 3. Form of class M009 Lecture/laboratory/practice ex. 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory 4 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 Intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 5 75 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Jacek Wydrych; [email protected]; +48-77-4006313; +48606240087 12. Prerequisites Linear Algebra and Differential Equations; Multivariable Calculus; Dynamics 13. Objectives of the course Main objective of the course is to give the students a strong background in fundamental laws of physics applicable in fluid mechanics, applications of fluid mechanics and current measurement techniques. 14. Teaching program Lectures/practice  Introduction  Fluid Statics  Conservation of mass and momentum  Bernoulli equation  Equations of motion in integral form  Equations of motion in differential form  Kinematics, vorticity, potential flow  Potential flow  Dimensional analysis  Viscous flows, exact solutions, pipe flow  Laminar boundary layers  Boundary layer solution methods  Turbulence  Turbulent internal and external flows Laboratory  Flow Measurements and Calibration of Flow Meters  Reynolds Experiment and Estimation of the Critical Reynolds Number  Unsteady Flow Through an Orifice  Potential Flow  Determination of Energy & Hydraulic Grade Lines  Flow Over Weirs  Pumps  Compressible Flow Through Pipe 15. Assessment methods Pass all laboratories and tests. 16. Recommended reading a) All readings will be scanned into the course. If students are unhappy with the quality of scans then they are advised to purchase the texts below. b) Daugherty R.L. “Fluid Mechanics with Engineering Applications”, McGrew-Hill, Inc., New York 1977 c) Gerhart P.M. „Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics”, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, New York 1992 d) Nakayama Y. “Introduction to Fluid Mechanics”, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford 1999

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Applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 2. Course code 3. Form of class M010 Lecture/laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory 6 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 Intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Jacek Wydrych; [email protected]; +48-77-4006313; +48606240087 12. Prerequisites There are no prerequisites but some background in computer science or geography is helpful. 13. Objectives of the course By the end of the course, students will be able to:  Identify, locate, and acquire spatial data pertinent to projects in their field of interest, as well as pinpoint significant gaps in or problems with existing information.  Evaluate the appropriateness of the existing data sources for use in a project.  Understand the data creation process and create simple data sets and/or add to existing data  Create spatial data from tabular information that includes a spatial reference  Perform basic spatial analyses (attribute and spatial queries, buffering, overlays) as well as linking these methods together in a more complex analytical model.  Create high-quality maps and associated graphics and text that clearly communicate spatial information and analyses 14. Teaching program  Introduction  GIS Data and Spatial Models  Topology and Spatial Operations  Projections, Scale and Coordinate Systems  Thematic Mapping  GIS Analysis  Cartography  Network Modeling & Surface Modeling  Remote Sensing and Raster Modeling  The Environmental Case for GIS  Data Storage Strategies  Enterprise GIS  GIS Application Development 15. Assessment methods There will be three homework assignments, a group project and two individual final projects. 16. Recommended reading All readings will be scanned into the course. If students are unhappy with the quality of scans then they are advised to purchase the text below. Longley P.A. „GIS teoria i praktyka”; eng. „Geographic Information Systems and Science”, PWN, Warszawa 2008

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Hydrology and Hydraulics 2. Course code M011 4. Type of course Compulsory

3. Form of class Lecture/laboratory/practice ex. 5. Semester 4

6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 Intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 3 45 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Jacek Wydrych; [email protected]; +48-77-4006313; +48606240087 12. Prerequisites Advanced knowledge of mathematics 13. Objectives of the course The primary objective is the demonstration and understanding of the fundamental concepts and processes associated with the hydraulic and water quality design, operation and performance aspects of agriculture and urban drainage systems. Modelling tools will be used to support the design of urban drainage systems (incl. pumping stations, overflows, and other flow regulating structures). The tools will also be used to develop understanding in current pollution problems, and to identify mitigation/rehabilitation measures. In this way, the students will gain a sound understanding of the modelling tools, which can be used to aid decision-making in pollution management, and will get experience in the use of modelling tools through applications within the Integrated Project case studies. 14. Teaching program Lectures/practice:  Introduction  Hydrologic cycle, water balance, precipitation  Evaporation, transpiration, and infiltration  Direct Surface Runoff Stream flow Measurement Hydrographs  Unit hydrographs and design Hydrographs  Flood Frequency Analysis  Flood Routing  Open Channel Flow Principles Uniform Flow and Design of channels  Critical flow and Gradually varied Flow  Roadway Drainage System – Culverts Computer model: CulvertMaster  Urban Hydrology and Urban Drainage Systems  Computation of Storm water  Storm Sewers Design, Detention Pond  Groundwater Flow  Pressure Flows: Pipe System  Pumps and Turbines  Storage and Control Structures Laboratory:  Closed-Conduit Flow: Pipe Systems; Frictional Resistance and Minor Losses; Pipe Networks; Pumps; Water Distribution Networks  Open Channel Flow: Steady Uniform Flow; Flow Through Transitions; Gradually Varied Flow; Rapidly Varied Flow; Discharge Measurements  Engineering Hydrology: Drainage Design; Rainfall-Runoff Predictions; Unit Hydrographs; Design Flood Frequency Estimation 15. Assessment methods 6 quantitative problem sets solved using Excel or similar program, literature review of relevant technical journals. 6 quantitative and qualitative lab reports that build toward the design project and follow recommended writing style and format 16. Recommended reading All readings will be scanned into the course. If students are unhappy with the quality of scans then they are advised to purchase the texts below. a) Philip B. Bedient, Wayne C. Huber: Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis, Prentice Hall, 2002. b) Mays L.W. „Hydraulic Design Handbook”, McGrew-Hill, Inc., New York 1999 c) Potter T.D. “Handbook of Weather, Climate and Water – Atmospheric Chemistry, Hydrology and Social Impacts”, Wiley-Interscience 2003

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Informatics 2. Course code 3. Form of class M012 Lecture/laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory 2 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 5 Intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 4 60 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Jacek Wydrych; [email protected]; +48-77-4006313; +48606240087 12. Prerequisites None 13. Objectives of the course Upon completing the course, the students will be able to deal with real-life programming problems. The course will introduce programming concepts with use MS Visual C++ 2008. This course uses many examples to explain the theoretical material, and includes many suggestions for practical use of the C++. 14. Teaching program  Introduction  Hardware  Operating systems  Windows applications  Algorithms applied to engineering  C++ language with use MS Visual C++ 2008  History, Characteristics of the language, A simple program, Stages of program development.  Variables  Units of memory, Representation of numbers in memory, Variable types in C++, Variables – Declaration and Usage, Assigning values to variables, I/O - printf(), scanf(), Type modifiers, Type conversion, Overflow.  Expressions and Operators  Expressions, Operators , Some standard library functions: getchar(), putchar(), Random numbers.  Flow Control – Conditions  if statement, Conditional operator, Nested if, switch statement, break – continue.  More Flow Control – Loops  Arrays and Strings  Arrays, Multidimensional arrays, Strings – arrays of characters, Library functions for manipulating strings.  Functions  Functions , Passing parameters , Scope and visibility, Lifetime of variables. 15. Assessment methods Assignments are of two types: labs and homework. Labs are to be completed in the lab section itself, with some write-up afterward. Homework is to be done following the lab section, where practice problems will be discussed. 16. Recommended reading All readings will be scanned into the course. If students are unhappy with the quality of scans then they are advised to purchase the texts below. a) S. Walton, 1997, Computer Fundamentals, b) D.S.Malik, 2002, C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program design c) Horton, Beginning Visual C++ 2008, Wiley Publishing, inc.

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Meteorology and Climatology 2. Course code 3. Form of class M013 Lecture/practice/seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory 3 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 3 Intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Jacek Wydrych; [email protected]; +48-77-4006313; +48606240087 12. Prerequisites Linear Algebra and Differential Equations; Multivariable Calculus; Dynamics 13. Objectives of the course This course aims at developing a sound understanding of the physical processes that influence weather and climate. Students will be able to acquire the basic skills used in meteorology and climatology. 14. Teaching program  Introduction; Meteorology and climatology as sciences  The Earth System; Atmosphere and its features  Basic meteorological elements and their climatological characteristics  Atmospheric Thermodynamics, Radiative Transfer; Atmospheric Chemistry  Cloud Microphysics, Atmospheric Dynamics; General atmospheric circulation  Weather Systems; Atmospheric Boundary Layer  Climate Dynamics; Basic climate-forming factors  Climate change; Impacts of climate change  Paleoclimate; Different sources of meteorological data and information  Weather forecast; Climate models; Climate scenarios 15. Assessment methods Formal assessment includes a Mid-Term Test and a Final Test. Both these tests are comprehensive and cover the entire course material up to that date, from lectures, exercises and readings. 16. Recommended reading All readings will be scanned into the course. If students are unhappy with the quality of scans then they are advised to purchase the texts below. Potter T.D. “Handbook of Weather, Climate and Water – Atmospheric Chemistry, Hydrology and Social Impacts”, Wiley-Interscience 2003 1. Course title

Pollution Diffusion in Atmosphere 2. Course code 3. Form of class M014 Lecture/laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory 4 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 Intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 3 45 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Jacek Wydrych; [email protected]; +48-77-4006313; +48606240087 12. Prerequisites Elementary knowledge on flow and diffusion in boundary layer of atmosphere.

13. Objectives of the course Basic knowledge on the main problems of air pollution, air pollution spreading in atmosphere, dry and wet deposition, chemical reactions and possibilities of air pollution modelling. 14. Teaching program  Sources of air-pollution, air-pollution spreading in the earth atmosphere,  Dry and wet deposition, types of anthropogeneous compounds,  Bases of their chemistry,  Space scaling of air-pollution transport,  Lagrangian and Eulerian models, plume models,  Puff models, dispersion modeling,  Practical application of Gaussian models,  Types of meteorological conditions for air-pollution spreading,  Effects of air-pollution on meteorological processes. 15. Assessment methods Formal assessment includes a Mid-Term Test and a Final Test. Both these tests are comprehensive and cover the entire course material up to that date, from lectures, exercises and readings. 16. Recommended reading All readings will be scanned into the course. If students are unhappy with the quality of scans then they are advised to purchase the texts below. a) Lyons T.J., Scott W.D.: Principles of Air Pollution Meteorology, Belhaven Press, London 1990 Heinsohn R.J., Kabel R.L.: Soures and Control of Air Pollution, Prentice Hall Upper Saddle River , New Jersey 1996. b) Potter T.D. “Handbook of Weather, Climate and Water – Atmospheric Chemistry, Hydrology and Social Impacts”, Wiley-Interscience 2003 c) Ramaswami A. „Integrated environmental modeling – Pollutant Transport, Fate and Risk in the Environment”, Wiley 2005 1. Course title

Spatial Planning and Urban Design 2. Course code 3. Form of class M015 Lecture 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory 4 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 3 Intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1 15 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Jacek Wydrych; [email protected]; +48-77-4006313; +48606240087 12. Prerequisites None 13. Objectives of the course The subject extends knowledge from fields of study of land-use planning and urbanismus and is optional in terms of academic specialization in regional economy and public administration. The purpose of the course is to develop a deeper understanding of the processes and actors which determine urban and regional development, and how these affect planning practice. After completing the course, the student shall be able to evaluate and critically analyse planning practice in Poland, Europe and elsewhere. 14. Teaching program  Spatial conjunctions of society development (space and time like essential entities and progress parameters of human society; historical development, current situation and evolutional tendency in global, national and regional criteria, especially in central Europe, spatial consequences of globalization)  Settlement of Poland (structure of residential system, mutual relations of seats; town-planning and building structure of seats, use of territory; international confrontation, especially with neighbouring states; settlement changes in conditions)

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16.

a) b) c)

Settlement system and towns theory (urbanization, suburbanization, des-urbanization, re-urbanization) Typology of town agglomerations and towns in Europe and in Poland (factor affecting settlement and town development; tools for purposeful interaction development of municipal system and towns; resident axis and centre seats,"network of towns"; relation between towns and its background) Function of towns, functional, town-planning and building structure of towns (town like grown organism; urban analysis of towns; zoning and draft "towns of short routes"; town-planning structure of contemporary big towns in Poland and parameters of their parts, morphology of towns) Characteristic of the main functional components of towns and their mutual connections (a town like place of residence and workplace, resting-place and recreation, centre of administration, culture and education and their operational and town-planning connections) 7) Characterization of "technical" components of towns" (technical infrastructure, traffic roads and arrangements, telecommunication) Rural space and rural seats and landscape (typology of rural space and rural seats and their functional, town-planning and building characteristics, structure of land and changes in its arrangements and use) Land-use planning like instrument of regulation development, arranging seats and land and relation to other territorial relevant kinds of planning (relation to territorial planning and developing programs on level of regions and municipalities; territorial connections developing plan corporations and institutions; land-use planning and landed modifications; land-use planning and branch planning - in sector of agriculture and wood economy, transport and technical infrastructure, living and civic equipments and services) Systematics spatially relevant planning in European union - divergences of spatial planning in Germany and France and land-use planning in Poland, territorial basic informations for cross-border cooperation; information system and land-use planning) Assessment methods Formal assessment includes a Mid-Term Test and a Final Test. Both these tests are comprehensive and cover the entire course material up to that date, from lectures and readings. Recommended reading All readings will be scanned into the course. If students are unhappy with the quality of scans then they are advised to purchase the texts below. Gindroz R. “The Urban Design Handbook: Techniques and Working Methods”, Norton & Company, New York 2003 Miller D. “Urban Environmental Planning: Policies, Instruments, and Methods in an International Perspective”, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2005 Adams N. “Regional Development and Spatial Planning in an Enlarged European Union”, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006

1. Course title

Numerical Method in Mechanics 2. Course Code M016 4. Type of course

3. Form of class Laboratory 5. Semester 4 and above 7. Level of class Prealiminary (basic and Intermediate) 9. Number of hours per semester 30

6. ECTS credits 6 8. Number of hours per week 2 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Cyprian T. Lachowicz, e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Mathematics, Mechanics, Strength of Materials 13. Objectives of the course Finite Element Method is part of Numerical Method in Mechanics. In range of the laboratory, students learn about software programme Femap NX Nastran or Patran/ Nastran while performing projects concerning the analysis of stress and deformation state in different structures and structural members.

14. Teaching program  Introductory meeting. Presentation of the software programme Femap NX/Nastran Stress and strain analysis with the application of Nastran programme  Linear static analysis of a simply supported truss.  Analysis of a Beam Model .  Analyzing Buckling for a Bracket  Creating and Meshing a Solid Model  Analyzing an Axisymmetric Model  Plastic Deformation of Rod -Nonlinear Material  Gap Contact - Cantilever Beam  Large Deformation – Cantilever Beam  Surface to Surface Contact - Advanced Nonlinear  Analysis of a Simple Assembly  Thermal Stress Analysis -Mounting Plate  Direct Transient and Modal Analysis – Hinge Model 15. Assessment methods Form of Assessment Laboratory: Continuous assessment of reports (LR) 16. Recomended reading English manuals for all exercises shall be provided 1. Course title

Building Structures 2. Course code 3. Form of class M017 Lecture+exercise+labolatory 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 4 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2+2+1 75 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda, [email protected] ; Karolina Walat, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Knowledge on mechanics, strength of materials 13. Objectives of the course information to be provided by the lecturer 14. Teaching program Some materials applied in building industry. General rules of building engineering. Elements of buildings, basic terms, kinds and aims: foundation trenches and foundations, walls and floors, roofs and draining of water, water, sewage and gas installations, stairs and communication systems. Loading of building structures. Connections of building structures. Constructional system and stiffness of the building. Building baffles and their requirements. Ventilation and combustion ducts. Constructions made of bricks, reinforced concrete, steel and wood. Technical specifications of building utilization 15. Assessment methods Test, presentations, labolatory 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer 1. Course title

Mechanics 2. Course code M018 4. Type of course compulsory

3. Form of class Lecture+exercise 5. Semester 2

6. ECTS credits 5 8. Number of hours per week 2+2 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites

7. Level of class basic 9. Number of hours per semester 60

13. Objectives of the course information to be provided by the lecturer 14. Teaching program Statics, kinematics and dynamics of the particle and particle system. Equilibrium of plane and spatial systems (determination of unknown support quantities). Static analysis of beams, pillars, frames and frameworks. Kinematics and foundations of rigid body dynamics. Resultant motion. Coriolis acceleration. 15. Assessment methods Test, calculations 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer 1. Course title

Machine Design 2. Course code 3. Form of class M019 Lecture, project 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 4 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 4 60 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Mechacs, strength of materials, graphisc 13. Objectives of the course information to be provided by the lecturer 14. Teaching program Theory of machines – some chosen problems. Fundamentals of structure theory. Fundamentals of fatigue strength and fatigue calculations. Elements of tribology. Joints. Pipelines and valves. Flexible elements. Shafts and axles. Couplings. Brakes. Mechanical transmissions. Operation and reliability of machine and devices. Algorithms of designing. Fundamentals of optimization. Simulation of mechanical systems in machine building – digital simulation. Engineering data bases. Advanced methods of computer-aided designing (CAD). 15. Assessment methods information to be provided by the lecturer 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer

1. Course title

Machine Life 2. Course code 3. Form of class M020 Lecture+labolatory 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 4 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 5 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2+2 60 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda, [email protected]; Karolina Walat, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Knowledge of mechanics, strength of materials 13. Objectives of the course information to be provided by the lecturer 14. Teaching program Determination of standard fatigue characteristics. Determination of the cyclic strain curve and its modelling with the Ramberg-Osgood equation. Investigations of notch influence on fatigue life of elements under simple loadings. Schematization of random histories of service loadings, damage accumulation and fatigue life calculations. Determination of fatigue life of welded joints under simple loadings. Simulation of service loadings with the computer generator of random signals. Determination of fatigue life under constantamplitude and random loadings with mean stresses. Fatigue life of materials under constant-amplitude bending and torsion with phase displacement. Investigations of notch influence on fatigue life under complex loadings. Investigations of influence of correlation between stress state components on fatigue life. Determination of fatigue life of welded joints taking into account the fictitious notch radius. Determination of the expected position of the fatigue fracture plane with the damage accumulation method. Determination of fatigue life with the spectral method. Fatigue tests under polyharmonic loadings. 15. Assessment methods information to be provided by the lecturer 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer 1. Course title

Strength of Materials 2. Course code M021 4. Type of course

9.

3. Form of class Lecture, exercise, labolatory 5. Semester 3 7. Level of class basic 9. Number of hours per semester 75

6. ECTS credits 6 8. Number of hours per week 2+2+1 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda, [email protected], Karolina Walat, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Knowledge of mechanics 13. Objectives of the course information to be provided by the lecturer 14. Teaching program State of stresses and shifts of beams and bars. Kinematics and foundations of rigid body dynamics.

Permissible stresses. Limiting load capacity and relations between the stress and strain states. Strength hypotheses. Analysis of strength of machine elements. Linear-elastic systems. Loss of stability of bar systems. Strength analysis of thin-walled plates and shells. 15. Assessment methods Test, calculations and experiment 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer 1. Course title

Welding

9.

2. Course code M022 4. Type of course compulsory 6. ECTS credits 3 8. Number of hours per week 2 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites

3. Form of class lecture 5. Semester 3 or 4 7. Level of class basic 9. Number of hours per semester 30

13. Objectives of the course information to be provided by the lecturer 14. Teaching program Characteristic of welding processes. Gas and electrical welding. Kinds of electrical welding. Preparation of joints for welding. Welding positions and production schedule. Naming conventions and classification of welding processes. Requirements and qualifications (procedures, welders, operations). Quality control. Thermal phenomena and strength of materials. Welding. Functional quality and control, welding machine and plant; Laboratory diagnostic. Welding joints as dual stress concentrators – geometrical and structural. Variation of the structure and residual stresses. 15. Assessment methods test

1. Course title

Introduction to Mechatronics 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M023 lecture, laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester elective 2 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 5 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instrucion English, Polish 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Roland Pawliczek, D.Sc , e-mail: [email protected]; Mikolajczyka 5, 45-271 Opole, Poland 12. Prerequisites Basic of: mechanics, mathematics, electrical and electronic engineering 13. Objectives of the course Integration of electrical and electronic engineering, computer technology and control engineering with

mechanical engineering in the design, manufacture and maintenance of a range of engineering products and processes. Electro-mechanical devices, computer interfacing, real-time operating systems and control systems. 14. Teaching program Lecture: Basic structure of mechatronics systems, Mechatronics concept of design process. Mechatronics systems simulation. Electromechanical, hydraulic and piezoelectric actuators; integrated drives. Sensors. Signals: characteristics, measurement and analysis. System response. Basic of digital control: P, PI, PID controllers. Stability of the system. Laboratory: Functional description of mechanics system and their modernization to the mechatronical one. Control system of the step motor. DC motor speed modeling. Measurement and analysis of the signals. Characteristics of the first and second order systems. Step and dynamic response of the system. Digital control systems: P, PI, PID controls. 15. Assessment methods Laboratory report, project, presentation. 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer 1. Course title

Membrane Processes 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M024 lecture, exercise, laboratory, seminar, design work 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 8 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester lecture (2h), lecture (30h), exercise (1h) exercise (15h) laboratory,(1h) laboratory,(15h) seminar (1h) seminar (15h) design work (1h) design work (15h) 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Małgorzata Płaczek PhD Eng., email: [email protected]; Department of Chemical and Process Engineering 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics 13. Objectives of the course The aim of this course is to give the students a deeper introduction to the theory of membrane processes, to acquire advanced separation processes knowledge. Student capture of skill of appointed the fundamental quantities described the separation processes. Recognition of construction and methods of design and building membrane modulus 14. Teaching program  Fundamentals of membrane processes: definition, separation mechanism  Classification and proprieties of membranes  Mechanism of mass transport  Disadvantageous phenomena in membrane processes (fouling, scaling, Donnan effect, concentration polarization)  Classification and characteristics of pressure-driven membrane processes: (micro-, ultra, nanofiltration and reversed osmosis)  Classification and characteristics of concentration driven membrane processes (dialysis, electrodialysis, permeation, pervaporation)  Membranes in bioreactors and hybrid processes  Characterization of membrane processes with the engineering and economic aspects of device performance, device and module design

15. Assessment methods lecture: individual consultations, exam- test exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations laboratory: active participation under the laboratory, written laboratory report seminar: active participation under the seminar, essay (10 pages) or oral presentation of set task, individual consultations design work: study of membrane modulus project 16. Recomended reading (zalecane lektury i materiały pomocnicze) a) Membrane process, Rautenbach R., WNT, Warsaw, 1996 b) Handbook of industrial membrane technology m. Porter , William Andrew publishing, 2008 c) Microfiltration and ultrafiltration: principles and applications. Zydney, Andrew L.; Zeman, Leos J., New York, 1996 d) Basic principles of membrane technology (2 ed.), Mulder, Marcel, Kluwer Academic, Springer, 1996 e) Membrane Science and Technology, Osada Y., Nakagawa T., New York, Marcel Dekker, Inc,1992 f) Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration Principles and Applications, Zeaman, Leos J., Zydney, Andrew L., New York, Marcel Dekker, Inc,1996 1. Course title

Environment Protection 2. Course Code M025

3. Form of class Lecture/other

4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 3 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1 hour of lecture/2 hours of other form of class 15 + 30 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Anna Kuczuk PhD, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites basic knowledge of ecology, connections between environment and human activity 13. Objectives of the course Assimilation and consolidation of chosen information in scope of environment menaces, and possibilities of environmental protection in many areas of human activity. Ability to find out and estimate some environment menaces. 14. Teaching program (program nauczania) Lecture  Law basis of environmental protection.  Strategy of sustainable development in global and local area.  Characteristic of environmental components.  Air protection – main reasons of air pollution (including noise) and ways of protection.  Soil proptection – main reasons of soil pollution and ways of protection.  Waste management – kinds of watses, and ways of use and neutralize.  Water protection – main reasons of water pollution and ways of protection.  Environment monitoring – aims and scope.  Methods of environmental-tests taking for analysis purposes.  Cost-benefit analysis, methods of environmental valorization;  Environment protection in agricultural area.  Nature 2000 areas. Other class  Trip to organic farm – ecological education in farm, environmental protection in farm;  Model of ecological activity – waste management company analysis.  Model of ecological activity –“Green-schools” activity analysis.  Model of ecological activity – sewage treatment plant.

 Model of ecological activity – delivery of eco-food.  Didactic films (x2) and discussion. 15. Assessment methods Test in writing (lecture), making correct exercise (other kinds of class). 16. Recomended reading a) Swanson T., Johnson S. Global environmental problems and international agreements. The economics institution building, Edward Elgar, 1999 b) New tools for environmental protection: education, information and voluntary measures (online free http://www.nap.edu/catalog); c) http://www.ecosystemvaluation.org/ 1. Course title

Organization of Agricultural Production and Services 2. Course Code M026

3. Form of class Lecture/other

4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 7 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 2 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1 hour of lecture/1 hour of another kind of class 15 + 15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Anna Kuczuk PhD, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites basic knowledge of economy, management, plant and animal production 13. Objectives of the course Assimilation and consolidation of fundamental notions and rights in scope of agricultural organization, economic accountand services connected with agriculture. The ability to count a financial results and planning of production processes in agriculture. 14. Teaching program Lecture  Fundamental notions used in organization and economics’ agriculture. Characterization of production factors and farming resources, rationality of management in agribusiness;  Production process In agriculture – basis categories of production, divisions and production’s branches, production’s activity in farm, specification ofagricultural production intensity, specialization of production, simplification of production, concentration of production;  Fundamental organization-economics notions of plant production – meaning and specifiti of crop production, structure of agricultural lands and sowing, harvest and yields, crop-rotation, fertilization ;  Fundamental organization-economics notions of animal production – livestock population, rotation of herd, preliminary and balance of manure, preliminary and balance of fodder, intensity of of animal production;  Economics and organization of work in agriculture – kinds of work, rules of rational work’s organization, rules of work statnarization, planning of live and non-live work, work gratification ain agriculture;  Mechanization in agriculture – level of work mechanization in agriculture, index of mechanization, rules of equipment of farms in agricultural machines;  Agribusiness – setting and interstructure, production and trade integration in agribusiness. Agricultural services – agricultural services organization, agricultural market ;  Analysis of production processes with special attention financial analysis - farm finalncial balance, account results, index analysiss of account balance, cash-flow. Other lass  Farm territory – calculation of factors of fields shape. Organization of agricultural land. Counting of agriculturaal lands structure and sstructure of total area, measure of soil quality;  Counting and analysis of sowing structure, share of plants making the soil more fertile, counting intesity of crop production;  Study of crop-rotation, qualification of fertilization level;

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Counting of example of livestock rotation, preliminary of fodder and manure balance; Countin of work resource in farm; Amortization; Farm economic account - counting of profits and direct surplus. Assessment methods Test in writing (lecture), making correct exercise (other kind of class). Recomended reading Agriculture and the economy(http://economics.about.com/od/americanagriculture/a/agriculture.htm) http://aphg.jhsph.edu/index.cfm; Karl A. Fox (1987), Agricultural Economics, The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, v. 1, pp. 55-62.

1. Course title

Process Engineering

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2. Course Code 3. Form of class M027 lecture, exercise, laboratory, seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester lecture (2h),exercise (1h) lecture (30h), exercise (15h) laboratory,(1h), seminar (1h) laboratory,(15h), seminar (15h) 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Małgorzata Płaczek PhD Eng., email: [email protected] Department of Chemical and Process Engineering 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics 13. Objectives of the course The aim of this course is to give the students a deeper introduction to the theory of Process Engineering, to acquire advanced process engineering knowledge and expose students to general laboratorial techniques related to mixture distillation process, drying of solids, mixing process and many other unit operations. 14. Teaching program  Process engineering equipment  Selected unit operations -filtration process -mixing process -fluidization process -drying process -separation processes -heat and mass transfer processes -adsorption and absorption  Projections view of fluid flow (flow patterns, pressure drop)  Materials treatment  Special processes of gas removal (dry and wet dust cleaning, absorption process in fluidization column, bubbles column, scrubbers with packed beds, elements of apparatuses construction) 15. Assessment methods lecture: exam-test, individual consultations, exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations, laboratory: active participation under the laboratory, written laboratory report seminar: active participation under the seminar, essay (10 pages) or oral presentation of set task, individual consultations 16. Recomended reading a) Elements of heat transfer, Bayazitoğlu Y., Özişik M. N., McGraw-Hill, New York, 1988. b) Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, Frank P., Incropera [iet all.]. - 6th ed. - Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley &

c) d) e) f) g)

Sons, cop. 2007. - XXV, [1], 997 s. Interfacial Transport Phenomena, Slattery J. C., Springer-Verlag, New York Inc., 1990 Unit Operations and Processes in Environmental Engineering, Reynolds and Richards, 1996, PWS Publishing, Second Edition. Handbook of Multiphase Systems / Schriftl. Gad Hetsroni. - New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1982. - XX, 1503 s. Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering / Warren Lee McCabe, Julian Cleveland Smith [et all.], International Student Edition. - 3 ed. – Tokyo, McGraw-Hill Kogakusha 1976. - VIII, [1], 1028 s Environmental Engineering L. Pawlowski, Taylor & Francis, 2008

1. Course title

Design: Cooling and gas scrubbing removal installation 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M028 project 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory V and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester project (1h) project (15h), 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Małgorzata Płaczek PhD Eng., email: [email protected] Department of Chemical and Process Engineering 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics and Process Engineering 13. Objectives of the course The goal of this course is to give the students insight into the methodology that is used in process plant design and the various phases the work goes through. The aim of this course is to expose students to general engineering design work of special kinds of industrial installation related to calculation of heat and mass transfer, fluid flows, the selection of different elements of apparatuses equipment (piping and instrumentation) and finally preparation of engineering drawing of designed installation 14. Teaching program  Determination of the medium proprieties (water, steam, condenser)  Calculation of heat exchanger (heat transfer area, heat exchangers type selection)  Calculation of scrubber (diameter and high of scrubber, check on holdup, maximum gas velocity)  Calculation and selection of pipes diameter as installation elements.  Selection of scrubber device (selection of type of liquid collector and redistributors, bed limiter, droplet separator)  Selection of equipment to the installation (flange to pipes, bottoms to scrubber and heat exchanger, support to installation elements)  Calculation of volume of liquid tank, selection of geometry and material  Calculation of total pressure drop, power and selection of pump  Realization of drawing of designed installation 15. Assessment methods project: individual consultations, active participation under the project, written report including process calculation, engineering drawing of designed installation 16. Recomended reading a) Materials and tables prepared by lecturer b) Elements of heat transfer, Bayazitoğlu Y., Özişik M. N., McGraw-Hill, New York, 1988. c) Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, Frank P. Incropera - 6th ed. - Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley & Sons, cop. 2007. - XXV, [1], 997 s. d) Interfacial Transport Phenomena, Slattery J. C., Springer-Verlag, New York Inc., 1990 e) Handbook of Multiphase Systems / Schriftl. Gad Hetsroni. - New York : McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1982. - XX, 1503 s.

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Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering, Warren Lee McCabe, Julian Cleveland Smith, International Student Edition. - 3 ed. – Tokyo, McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, 1976. - VIII, [1], 1028 s

1. Course title

Processes and Technology of Production 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M029 Laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 8 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1 15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Malgorzata Wzorek PhD Eng.; [email protected] Department of Chemical and Process Engineering 12. Prerequisites Unit operation, chemical and processes technology 13. Objectives of the course The aim of this course is to give the students a practical knowledge on Process Engineering, and expose students to general laboratorial techniques as drying of solids, mixing process and many other engineering processes. 14. Teaching program  Practical application of production technology  Material distribution for level replacement, relations demonstrate, formula of preparation to development, method and techniques in process operations. 15. Assessment methods Active perception under laboratory, written laboratory report 16. Recomended reading

1. Course title

Fuels Combustion in Industry Process 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M030 Laboratory and Exercises 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 3 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester laboratory – 1h; class – 1h laboratory – 15h; class – 15h 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Malgorzata Wzorek PhD Eng.,e-mail: [email protected] Department of Chemical and Process Engineering 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics and thermodynamics 13. Objectives of the course The aim of this course is to give the students a theoretical and practical knowledge of fuels combustion in industry processes, additional expose students to general laboratorial techniques of taking measurements of properties of fuels and emissions

14. Teaching program Exersies  Calculations of high heat value and low heat value of solid, liquid and gases fuels.  Calculations of dry and humidity combustion gas contents, emission levels.  Complete combustion and incomplete combustion  Energy balance of different boilers  Efficiency of combustion process Laboratory  Definitions of energetic properties of solid fuels: measurement of heat value, measurements of moisture, ash and voltaire matter contents  Combustion process and emissions measurements of different kind of solid fuels, 15. Assessment methods Exercises: Exam-test Laboratory: Active perception under laboratory, laboratory report 16. Recomended reading a) Warnatz, Jürgen, Combustion: Physical and Chemical Fundamentals- Berlin, Springer - Verlag, 1999. b) Niessen, Walter R: Combustion and Incineration processes: Applications in Environmental Engineering, New York; Basel; Hong Kong, 1995.

1. Course title

Computer Aided Design 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M031 laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester laboratory,(1h) laboratory,(15h) 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Małgorzata Płaczek PhD Eng., email: [email protected] Department of Chemical and Process Engineering 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics, 13. Objectives of the course The objective of the course is to make students familiar with professional program systems concerning designing, construction and operation of machines elements. 14. Teaching program  Introduction to Fast Track to Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0  Edition of constructional models  Creating direct attributes  Sketching the basic attributes of geometry  Creating assembly use constraints  Models management  Creating drawings  Multiplying the sights of constructional models  Analysis of constructional models 1. Assessment methods laboratory: have all the individual projects accepted 2. Recomended reading a) Inside Pro/Engineer Wildfire, Graham Gary, Steffen Dennis, Steffen Dennis, 2003 b) Mechanical Engineering Design with Pro/ENGINEER, Mark Archibald SDC, Release 2001 c) Materials prepared by lecturer

1. Course title

Fluid Mechanics 2. Course Code M032 4. Type of course

9.

3. Form of class Lecture/exercise/laboratory 5. Semester 4 7. Level of class

6. ECTS credits 6 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 5 75 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer dr inż. Grzegorz Borsuk , [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Mathematics, Measurement and Instrumentation 13. Objectives of the course Students have to be friendly with fundamentals of fluid mechanics. They have to be good at solving simple calculation tasks from the field of absolute and relative fluid statics and flows through ducts of circular cross section. 14. Teaching program Ideal and real fluids, pressure, viscosity, Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, pressure force, fluid statics, equation of fluid statics in the differential form, manometric equation, fluid equilibrium - without motion, with motion - relative equilibrium (constant linear acceleration, constant angular velocity), equation of flow continuity, Euler equation, energy dissipation, Navier-Stokes equation, flow similarity and dimensionless numbers of the similarity, cases of laminar flow in different channels and principles of turbulent flow. 15. Assessment methods Final mark consists of sum of components: tutorials, laboratory, theory for the task and solving exercises. 16. Recomended reading Selected topics from Fluid Mechanics - prepared at the library of Opole University of Technology.

1. Course title

Computational Fluid Mechanics 2. Course Code M033 4. Type of course

9.

3. Form of class Lecture/exercise/laboratory 5. Semester II – II sem. 7. Level of class intermediate 9. Number of hours per semester 45

6. ECTS credits 6 8. Number of hours per week 3 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Grzegorz Borsuk PhD Eng. ; [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Mathematics, Fluid Mechanic 13. Objectives of the course Describe flows in computational method, introduce the basic techniques used to dicretize linear partial differential equations and to analyse convergence and precision of finite difference schemes for initial value problems. 14. Teaching program  Introduction to numerical calculations. Introduction to computational fluid dynamics.

 Navier-Stokes equation. Finite-difference method. Finite-volume method. Finite-element method.  Application of CFD. 15. Assessment methods Final mark consists of sum of components: tutorials, laboratory, theory for the task and solving exercises. 16. Recomended reading Selected topics from Fluid Mechanics and CFD Programs - prepared at the library of Opole University of Technology. 1. Course title

Gas Dynamic 2. Course Code M034 4. Type of course

9.

3. Form of class Lecture/exercise/laboratory 5. Semester III - II sem. 7. Level of class advanced 10. Number of hours per semester 75

6. ECTS credits 4 8. Number of hours per week 5 11. Language of instrucion English 12. Name and contact information of the lecturer Grzegorz Borsuk PhD Eng. ; [email protected] 13. Prerequisites Mathematics, Measurement and Instrumentation 14. Objectives of the course Train students to acquire the knowledge and skill of analyzing different ideal and real gas in isentropic flow. Provide the students with the necessary knowledge and skill to design of compressors, turbine and fan. 15. Teaching program Basic concept thermodynamic and first low of thermodynamic. Second low of thermodynamic. Ideal gas mixtures, isentropic state equilibrium , special state and Maxwell equilibriums. Real gas mixtures , state equilibrium , compressibility, specific heats. Mass Action Low, dissociation, condensations. One dimensional gas dynamics, steady state flow dynamic equations. Steady state flow energy equations. Euler equation. Sonic velocity and mach number. Energy equations results. 16. Assessment methods Final mark consists of sum of components: tutorials, laboratory, theory for the task and solving exercises. 17. Recomended reading Selected topics from Gas Dynamic and Fluid Mechanics - prepared at the library of Opole University of Technology.

1. Course title

Hydraulic and Hydrologic 2. Course Code M035 4. Type of course

9.

3. Form of class Lecture/exercise/laboratory 5. Semester V 7. Level of class intermediate 10. Number of hours per semester 30

6. ECTS credits 4 8. Number of hours per week 2 11. Language of instrucion English 12. Name and contact information of the lecturer Grzegorz Borsuk PhD Eng. ; [email protected]

13. Prerequisites Mathematics, Measurement and Instrumentation 14. Objectives of the course The aim of the subject is to teach the student the basics of fluid mechanics and the fundamental analysis of fluid motion, including the calculus of pressure pipes and free nappe. The students will also be taught the basic concepts of quantitative hydrology. 15. Teaching program  Hydrostatics: Basic equations and calculus of equilibrium and thrust. Fundamental equation of movement of fluids in pipes. Theory of the boundary layer. Study of constant and non-constant movement in pipes. Study of movement in free-nappe. Constant motion in channels. Fast varied motion (transitions, outlet works, and spillways).  Hydrology: Precipitation, evaporation, transpiration and interception. Infiltration and soil humidity. Surface run-off. Hydrographs. Flood routing. Basic concepts of underground hydrology. Equations and methods 16. Assessment methods Final mark consists of sum of components: tutorials, laboratory, theory for the task and solving exercises 17. Recomended reading Selected topics from Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology - prepared at the library of Opole University of Technology.

1. Course title

Hydraulic Machines 2. Course Code M036 4. Type of course

9.

3. Form of class Lecture/exercise/laboratory 5. Semester III - II st. 7. Level of class intermediate 9. Number of hours per semester 75

6. ECTS credits 4 8. Number of hours per week 5 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Grzegorz Borsuk PhD Eng. ; [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Mathematics, Measurement and Instrumentation 13. Objectives of the course This course introduces the working principles of fluid machines such as pumps and turbines. It’s aimed at developing an understanding, from a fluid-mechanics and thermodynamics point of view, how these devices work, performs and can be regulated. 14. Teaching program Introduction to the hydraulic machines. Hydraulic machines types: Turbines and pumps. Fundamentals of turbomachine theory: momentum principle applied to flow through a rotor; thrust on the rotor; torque exerted on the rotor; Euler equation for turbomachines; velocity triangles. Axial reaction turbines. Centrifugal pumps: impeller vanes design; diffuser design. Dimensionless parameters and similarity laws applied to the design and selection of turbomachines. Volumetric pumps: selection and dynamic characteristics. 15. Assessment methods Final mark consists of sum of components: tutorials, laboratory, theory for the task and solving exercises 16. Recomended reading Selected topics from Hydraulic and Fluid Mechanic - prepared at the library of Opole University of Technology.

1. Course title

Fundamentals of Chemical and Food Technology 2. Course Code 3. Form of class: M037 lecture/seminar/exercises 4. Type of course: 5. Semester compulsory V 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 2 basic/ intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1 15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Barbara Dybek PhD Eng., email: [email protected], Department of Process Engineering, tel.: 774006328 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics and physics 13. Objectives of the course Introducing students to specification of large-scale chemical processes. Transferring, obtaining conditions allowing chemical reaction to occur from laboratory conditions/scale to industrial scale. 14. Teaching program  Processing of natural materials  The technological diagrams  The process engineering of nitrogen  The process engineering of sulfur  The artificial fertilizers  The chemical processing of stone coal  The chemical processing of oil  The dangerous of wastes materials 15. Assessment methods lectures: individual consultations, exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations seminar: essay (8 pages) or oral presentation of set task, individual consultations, 16. Recomended reading a) The Chemistry and Technology of Coal; James Speight; CRC Press; 1999 b) Environmental Technology Handbook; Sunggyu Lee; James Speight; CRC Press; 2000 c) J.R.Couper, W.R.Penney; Chemical Process equipment, Elsevier 2005 1. Course title

Multiphase Flows 2. Course Code 3. Form of class: M038 lecture/laboratory/seminar/exercises 4. Type of course: 5. Semester compulsory V 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 basic/ intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2/1/1 30/15/15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Barbara Dybek PhD Eng.; email: [email protected], Department of Process Engineering; tel.: +48 774006328 12. Prerequisites Unit operations 13. Objectives of the course

14.

15.

16. a) b)

Introducing students to basic multiphase flow mechanisms and acquiring skills for calculating flows Teaching program Two-/ Three - phase flow for gas-liquid and solid flow – map and flow patterns, pressure drop, volume fraction. Flow in microchannel. The thickness of the layer Assessment methods lectures: exam-test, individual consultations, exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations laboratory: active participation under the laboratory, written laboratory report seminar: active participation under the seminar, essay (8 pages) or oral presentation of set task, individual consultations, Recomended reading Multiphase Flow Handbook red. Clayton T. Crowe. - Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis : CRC Press, 2006 Multiphase Flow Dynamice Vol. 1, 2 Kolev, Nikolay, Berlin : Springer – Verlag, 2005

1. Course title Process Flow Systems 2. Course Code 3. Form of class: M039 lecture/seminar/exercises 4. Type of course: 5. Semester compulsory V 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 basic/ intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1/2/1 15/30/15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. B.Dybek; email: [email protected] Department of Process Engineering; tel.: +48774006328 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics and physics 13. Objectives of the course Mastering and consolidating information and knowledge related to pumping issues and practical skills for calculating pressure drop including selecting drop pumping installations 14. Teaching program  The systematic of liquids in rheology  The viscosity of newton and non-newton liquids  The theory of border layer  The pressure drop of flow liquids in pipelines  The selection of the pumps and ventilators  The characteristic of pump work 15. Assessment methods lectures: individual consultations, exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations seminar: essay (10 pages) or oral presentation of set task, individual consultations, 16. Recomended reading a) Fluid Mechanics, 2nd ed., White F. M., McGraw-Hill1986 b) Multiphase Flow Dynamice Vol. 1, 2 Kolev, Nikolay, Berlin : Springer – Verlag, 2005 1. Course title

Selected Process Techniques 2. Course Code M040 4. Type of course: compulsory

3. Form of class: laboratory/exercises 5. Semester V

6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 5 basic/ intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1/1 15/15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. B.Dybek, email: [email protected] Department of Process Engineering , tel.: 774006328 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics and physics 13. Objectives of the course Introducing students to basic/chosen isolated processes operations applied while industrial production and to elementary types of installations used to realize them. 14. Teaching program Fluid flow and heat transfer processes. Cooling and gas scrubbing removal – installation project. Phase equilibrium; liquid vapour graphical presentation, distillation of binary mixtures. Membrane separation. 15. Assessment methods exercise: active participation under the exercise, individual consultations laboratory: active participation under the laboratory, written laboratory report 16. Recomended reading a) Multiphase Flow Handbook red. Clayton T. Crowe. - Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis : CRC Press, 2006 b) Multiphase Flow Dynamic Vol. 1, 2 Kolev Nikolay, Berlin : Springer – Verlag, 2005 1. Course title

Environmental Engineering

9.

2. Course code 3. Form of class M041 seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Anna Król , e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Basic knowledge of waste, basic knowledge of cement industry 13. Objectives of the course The course presents technologies, installations and equipment for waste treatment. This course gives an insight into the different technologies of using waste in industry 14. Teaching program Introduction to waste treatment. Current status. New directions. Waste treatment objectives and methods. Using of waste in industry. Waste as mineral addition in cement industry. Waste as alternative fuels in industry. Sustainable development. Equipment used in waste treatment. Physical processes used in waste treatment. Chemical processes used in waste treatment. 15. Assessment methods powerpoint presentation and discussion 16. Recomended reading Internet resources, and books in English about waste treatment recommended by the lecturer

1. Course title Food Engineering 2. Couse Code 3. Form of class M042 lecture, laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory 5 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 Intermediate 8. Number of hours 9. Number of hours per semester lecture: 1h lecture: 15h laboratory: 1h laboratory: 15h 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name of lecturer PhD Eng Dominika Matuszek, e-mail: [email protected] Department of Agricultural and Forest Technology, room: E309a 12. Prerequisites Knowledge of the bases of chemistry and botany 13. Objective of the course Basic problems of the food technology. Defining and characteristics of raw materials of the plant and animal origin. Basic properties of food products 14. Teaching program Lecture:  Basic definitions of the food technology  Characteristics of raw materials of the plant origin  Characteristics of raw materials of the animal origin  The food technology as the unit of the activity and basic processes  The pollution and contamination of the food Laboratory:  Morphology of the air mycelium of chosen mould  Morphology of yeast  Comparative analysis the traditional and genetically modified products of the plant  Analysis of polluting plant products with computer analysis of the image 15. Assessment methods Lecture: the oral answer at the end of semester Laboratory: the grade from the reports after the exercises 16. Recomended reading a) R. Paul Singh, Dennis R. Heldman Introduction to Food Engineering b) S.E. Charm. The fundamentals of food engineering. 1964 c) J. E. Lozano, C. Arion, E. Parada-Arias, G. V. Barbosa-Canowas. Trends in Food Engineering 1. Course title

Selected Elements of Process Engineering 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M043 Lecture and seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester optional 4th or above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester Lecture – 2 Lecture – 30 Seminar – 1 Seminar – 15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. Gabriel Filipczak, prof. OUTech, [email protected]

12. Prerequisites Mechanical Engineering or Environmental and Process Engineering programme 13. Objectives of the course Profile of this lecture comes to know the some chosen elements of process engineering connected with multiphase fluids flow processes and equipments. 14. Teaching program  Two-phase flow (8 hours): nature and general application of multiphase flow (2), gas-liquid flow – flow patterns and pressure drop (2), liquid-liquid flow – flow patterns and pressure drop (1), liquid-liquid-gas flow – flow patterns and pressure drop (1), multiphase fluids flow – transport in pipes (2);  Two-phase flow processes (14 hours): pool and convective boiling – heat transfer mechanism (4), flow boiling and evaporation – water and others liquids (4), heat transfer coefficient – the basic method for calculation (4), project and design exercises (2);  Modelling of multiphase heat transfer processes (4 hours): basic equations of two-phase flow (2), the homogenous and separated models (2),  Practice and applications (4 hours): boilers (2), evaporators (2); 15. Assessment methods Written and oral assessment, individual elaborate 16. Recomended reading a) Hestroni G.: Handbook of multiphase systems, Hemisphere Publ. Corp. 1986 b) Brennen C. E.: Fundamentals of multiphase flows, Cambridge Univ. Press 2005 c) Carradini M. L.: Fundamentals of multiphase flows, University of Wisconsin 1997 d) Wolverine Engineering Data Book, Research and Development Team 2001 17. Additional information Seminar: power-point presentation, elaborate and discussion,

1. Course title

Water Technology

9.

2. Course code 3. Form of class M044 Lecture/labolatory 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory V 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 intermediate 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2/1 30/15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Kłosok-Bazan mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Course of chemistry 13. Objectives of the course The course presents technologies, installations and equipment for physical, biological and chemical water treatment. This course gives an insight into the different technologies of municipal and industrial water treatment. 14. Teaching program Water quality, water analyses, water treatment process: percolation, sedimentation, coagulation, filtration, ion exchange, aeration, iron and manganese removal, water technology application forms 15. Assessment methods Written test, oral assessment 16. Recomended reading Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff, Handbook of Water and Wastewater Treatment Technologies; The Nalco Water Handbook - accessible in electronic version in our library. 17. Additional information Lecture: powerpoint presentation and discussion ; laboratory: test of water making

1. Course title

Programming in MATLAB 2. Couse Code 3. Form of class M045 Laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester Compulsory I 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 basic 8. Number of hours 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name of lecturer Karolczuk Aleksander, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Basis of mathematics 13. Objective of the course Introduction to high level of programming, familiarize with professional tools in data analysis 14. Teaching program  Introduction to Matlab  Array and matrix operations  Variables, numbers  Basic plotting functions  Programming with MATLAB  More advance programming with MATLAB  Images, animation and applications 15. Assessment methods Report 16. Recomended reading a) Getting Started with MATLAB, version 6, The MathWorks b) Graeme Chandler, Introduction to Matlab, Mathematics Department, The University of Queensland, February 2000, http://www.eeng.nuim.ie/~semcloone/Teaching/Matlab/mlb.pdf) c) David F. Griffiths, An Introduction to Matlab, Department of Mathematics, The University Dundee, 2005, (http://www.maths.dundee.ac.uk/~ftp/na-reports/MatlabNotes.pdf) 1. Course title

Mathematical Statistics 2. Couse Code 3. Form of class M046 Lecture, project 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 intermediate 8. Number of hours 9. Number of hours per semester Lecture -1h Lecture – 15h Project – 1h Project – 15h 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name of lecturer Dominika Matuszek, e-mail: [email protected] Department of Agricultural and Forest Technology, room: E309a 12. Prerequisites Knowledge of mathematics 13. Objective of the course Acquainting the students with the basic problems of agricultural statistics for engineers, with methodology

of taking samples, studding the results, concluding and statistical modeling. 14. Teaching program Lecture:  Basic statistical concepts  Normal schedule  Probability  Taking samples  Testing hypotheses  Analysis of the variance  Linear and non-linear regression Project:  Normal distribution  Linear regression 15. Assessment methods (metody i formy oceny pracy studenta) Lecture: oral exam at the end of semester Project: grade on the basis of design work and written report. 16. Recomended reading (zalecane lektury i materiały pomocnicze)  Delwiche, Lora D. The Little SAS [Statistical Analisis System] Book : a Primer / Lora D. Delwiche, Susan J. Slaughter. - 4th print. - Cary : SAS Institute, 1998.  Aczel Amir D. Complete Bussines Statistics. 2005

1. Course title

Methods and Techniques of the Quality Control 2. Couse Code 3. Form of class M047 lecture, laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory V and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 intermediate 8. Number of hours 9. Number of hours per semester lecture: 1h, Lecture: 15h laboratory:1h laboratory: 15h 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name of lecturer Phd Eng Dominika Matuszek, e-mail: [email protected] Department of Agricultural and Forest Technology, room: E309a 12. Prerequisites 13. Objective of the course Acquainting the students with problems of managing the quality with agricultural and food products and methods of their control. 14. Teaching program Lecture:  Basic information about the quality of the food  Managing the quality  Improving the quality  Assuring the quality HACCP, ISO Laboratory:  Analysis of errors of the measurement  Sieve analysis ofgrinded materials grinded  Studying the physical properties of the cereal crops grain  Assessment of agricultural and food products qualities with the method of computer analysis of the image  Analysis of marking wrappings 15. Assessment methods Lecture: written test at the end of the semester

Laboratory: grade from the reports after the classes 16. Recomended reading a) Encyklopedia of Ford Science and Technology. Vol. 1- 4. A-D/ed. Y.H. Hui–New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1992 b) Food Technology and Quality Evaluation: R. Dris, A. Sharma (Eds.); Science Publishers, Inc., Enfield, NH, USA, 2003

1. Course title

Soil Science 2. Couse Code 3. Form of class M048 lecture, laboratory, seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 and above 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 intermediate 8. Number of hours 9. Number of hours per semester lecture: 1h Lecture: 15h laboratory: 1h laboratory: 15h seminar: 1h seminar: 15h 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name of lecturer PhD Eng Dominika Matuszek, e-mail: [email protected] Department of Agricultural and Forest Technology, room: E309a 12. Prerequisites Knowledge from the range of basic issue of ecology. 13. Objective of the course Acquainting the students with bases of pedology, the create soil processes, physical and chemical properties of soils, the agricultural usefulness of soils. Ability of defining the property of soils on the basis of analysis in field and laboratory conditions 14. Teaching program Lecture: basic information about the soil; rock-forming minerals; mechanical composition of soils; physical and chemical properties of soils; soil as the biological environment; protection of soils; Laboratory: mechanical analysis of soils; defining the basic properties of soils; the samples of soil Seminar: rehabilitation and protection of soils; fertilizing soils 15. Assessment methods Lecture: oral answer at the end of the semester Laboratory: grade from reports after the exercise Seminar: grade in preparing on a presentation the paper to given topics (the PowerPoint presentation and the paper version) 16. Recomended reading a) Rattan Lal ed. Encyklopedia of Soil Science. 2005 b) Kim H. Tan. Environmental Soil Science. 2000 c) Kim H. Tan. Soil Sampling, Preparation, and Analysis. 2005

1. Course title

Communication Skills 2. Course Code M049 4. Type of course optional 6. ECTS credits 3

3. Form of class seminar 5. Semester 1st and 2nd 7. Level of class Intermediate

8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 hours/week 30 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Małgorzata Głuszek, [email protected] 12. Prerequisites intermediate-level English proficiency 13. Objectives of the course improving oral communication skills through activities enhancing lateral thinking, argumentation vs. persuasion and debates. 14. Teaching program Introduction to the concepts of human verbal and non-verbal communication, communication apprehension and lateral thinking followed by conversation activities enhancing communication, such as debates in groups and discussions practicing argumentation and persuasion techniques. Furthermore, focus on the development of skills to engage in dialogue through questioning the reasons that underpin opinions; developing effective questioning strategies; identifying and clarifying meaning ; using appropriate language when presenting and challenging a point of view. 15. Assessment methods Participation in class activities, final comprehension test or an essay 16. Recomended reading a) http://www.jamescmccroskey.com/publications/65.htm - an introduction to the Communication Apprehension concept increasing awareness of the phenomenon b) Debra Westall Pixton, Luz Gil Salom “Academic and Professional Speaking” – a manual for effective oral communication in English http://books.google.pl/books?id=Pg32rJ-uUl0C&output=html

1. Course title

Environmental Metrology 2. Course code 3. Form of class M050 lecture/laboratory 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 3 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 3 45 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Daniel Zając, e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Physisc for engineers 13. Objectives of the course Provide students the principles of preparation and implementation of measurement, with particular emphasis on measurement techniques and instruments used in engineering and environmental protection. Discussion of specific cases of the measurements. 14. Teaching program Introduction to environmental metrology, pressure measurements, temperature measurements, air humidity measurements, fluid flow and velocity measurements, density measurements, viscosity measurements, noise measurements 15. Assessment methods Written test 16. Recomended reading Fraden J: Handbook of modern sensors: physics, designs and applications, Springer-Verlag 2004 Webster J.G.: Measurement Instrumentation and Sensors, CRC Press LCC 1999

Liptak B.G: Process measurement and analysis – Instrument engineers’ handbook, CRC 2003 17. Additional information Lecture: powerpoint presentation and discussion Experiments in laboratory

1. Course title

Heating Systems 2. Course code 3. Form of class M051 lecture/exercises 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 6 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 2 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 2 30 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Daniel Zając, e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Thermodynamic course 13. Objectives of the course Provide students the principles of basic heating systems, equipment and sensors used in heating systems. Also student will receive information about design of such systems. 14. Teaching program Lecture: Introduction: fuels, combustion. Energy balance in heating objects. Heating systems: boilers, heat exchangers, installations, heating nodes. Heating pipe network. Preparation of hot water. Water treatment for heating systems. Exercises: heat transfer, combustion, heat exchangers, Wet gases, Gas and steam flow 15. Assessment methods Written test 16. Recomended reading A. Day, M. Ratcliffe, K. Shepherd: Heating systems, plant and control , Willey-Blackwell 2003 2008 ASHRAE Handbook – Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning systems 17. Additional information Lecture: powerpoint presentation and discussion

1. Course title

Ventilation and Air-Conditioning 2. Course code M055 4. Type of course compulsory 6. ECTS credits 2 8. Number of hours per week 2 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Daniel Zając, e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Thermodynamic course

3. Form of class lecture/exercises 5. Semester 6 7. Level of class basic 9. Number of hours per semester 30

13. Objectives of the course Provide students the principles of basic HVAC systems, their design, standards and most popular technical solutions for such systems. 14. Teaching program Lecture: Energy conservation and air quality, construction and design of HVAC, ventilation and air conditioning for buildings – methods and requirements, thermal comfort, heat recovery systems, Air conditioning systems - principles of operation, the calculation Exercises: Basics of air flow in channels, Calculations of the ventilation and acoustic silencer selection, coolers and heating pumps, dimensioning of the HVAC systems 15. Assessment methods Written test 16. Recomended reading Wang, S. Handbook of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, McGraw-Hill 2001 17. Additional information Lecture: powerpoint presentation and discussion

1. Course title

Energy Consumption of Industrial Processes 2. Course code 3. Form of class M056 lecture/seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester compulsory 5 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 4 60 10. Language of instruction English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Daniel Zając, e-mail: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Thermodynamic course, heat transfer, Renewable energy sources, environmental protection 13. Objectives of the course To present principle of rational use of energy in various sectors of industry and the possibilities to improve the current state of energy consumption. 14. Teaching program Lecture: Energy production opportunities industrial purposes, Analysis of the energy management system of an industrial plant, energy consumption in heavy industry – selected sectors, Rationalization of steam and water boilers, and heat transport in pipelines, Rationalization of heat exchange systems and cooling, CHP units, Recovery of waste energy in industry, Environmental effects of changes in the energy consumption in industry Seminars: Analysis of energy consumption in various industry sectors, Low-energy technologies, Assessment of environmental impact of selected industry sectors 15. Assessment methods Written test, oral presentation 16. Recomended reading G. Salvendy: Handbook of Industrial Engineering – Technology and Operations Management, Willey and Sons 2001 17. Additional information Lecture/seminar: powerpoint presentation and discussion

1. Course title

Modern Non-invasive Measurement Techniques for Multiphase Flow Systems 2. Course code 3. Form of class M054 lecture/seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester optional 6 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 2 basic 8. Number of hours per week 18. Number of hours per semester 2 30 19. Language of instruction English 20. Name and contact information of the lecturer Daniel Zając, e-mail: [email protected] 21. Prerequisites Fluid mechanic, physics 22. Objectives of the course To present principle of rational use of energy in various sectors of industry and the possibilities to improve the current state of energy consumption. 23. Teaching program Lecture/Seminars: Multiphase flow systems, parameters to measure, invasive vs. noninvasive techniques, classic visualization techniques, major technical milestones of equipment, classification of techniques, selected noninvasive measurement methods: DPIV, PTV, LDA, PDA, tomography, gamma densimometry, correlation techniques. 24. Assessment methods Written test, oral presentation 25. Recomended reading Chaouki, Larachi, Dudukovid: Non-invasive monitoring of multiphase flows, Elsevier 1997 26. Additional information Lecture/seminar: powerpoint presentation and discussion

1. Course title

Heat and Mass Transfer Operations 2. Course Code M064b 4. Type of course compulsory

3. Form of class laboratory

5. Semester 6 and above 7. Level of class

6. ECTS credits intermediate 4 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1 15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. M.Płaczek ; PhD Eng. B.Dybek Department of Process Engineering tel.: 774006358, tel.: 774006328, email: [email protected]; [email protected]; 12. Prerequisites measurement and instrumentation 13. Objectives of the course The aim of this course is to give the students a deeper introduction to the theory of Process Engineering, to acquire basic process engineering knowledge and expose students to general laboratorial techniques related to heat and mass transfer operations 14. Teaching program

heat transfer coefficient mass transfer coefficient distillation process membrane separation radiant heat drying 15. Assessment methods laboratory: active participation under the laboratory, written laboratory report 16. Recomended reading Elements of heat transfer, Bayazitoğlu Y., Özişik M. N., McGraw-Hill, New York, 1988. Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, Frank P., Incropera [iet all.]. - 6th ed. - Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley & Sons, cop. 2007. - XXV, [1], 997 s. 1. Course title

Mechanical Operations 2. Course Code M064a 4. Type of course compulsory

3. Form of class laboratory

5. Semester 5 and above 7. Level of class

6. ECTS credits intermediate 4 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 1 15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. M.Płaczek ; PhD Eng. B.Dybek, Department of Process Engineering tel.: 774006358, tel.: 774006328, email: [email protected]; [email protected]; 12. Prerequisites measurement and instrumentation 13. Objectives of the course The aim of this course is to give the students a deeper introduction to the theory of Process Engineering, to acquire basic process engineering knowledge and expose students to general laboratorial techniques related to mechanical operations 14. Teaching program phisical properities of liqiud separation processes pressure drop fluidization process hydraulic of packed columns 15. Assessment methods laboratory: active participation under the laboratory, written laboratory report 16. Recomended reading h) Unit Operations and Processes in Environmental Engineering, Reynolds and Richards, 1996, PWS Publishing, Second Edition. i) Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering / Warren Lee McCabe, Julian Cleveland Smith [et all.], International Student Edition. - 3 ed. – Tokyo, McGraw-Hill Kogakusha 1976. - VIII, [1], 1028 1. Course title

Environmental Management 2. Course Code M052a 4. Type of course optional

6. ECTS credits 4

3. Form of class seminar

5. Semester 5 and above 7. Level of class intermediate

8. Number of hours per week

11. 10. 11.

12. 13.

14.

15. 16.

9. Number of hours per semester

15 1 Language of instrucion English Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. B.Dybek, Department of Process Engineering tel.: 774006328, email: [email protected] Prerequisites basic knowledge of ecology, connections between environment and human activity Objectives of the course Environmental management means the management, use and environmental renewal. Occurs in economic organizations and in the territorial arrangements (regions, districts, municipalities,). There is full integration of environmental management with the overall management system in the organization. Such integration can be obtained from the implementation of environmental management formal systems. Teaching program Quality standards specified for individual elements of the environment. environmental management system Emissions standards. Standards of product and process Technological standards. Safety regulations Assessment methods seminar: active participation under the seminar, essay (8 pages) or oral presentation of set task, Recomended reading Internet resources

1. Course title

Environmental Protection and Monitoring 2. Course Code M053 4. Type of course optional

6. ECTS credits 4 8. Number of hours per week 1

3. Form of class seminar

5. Semester 5 and above 7. Level of class intermediate 9. Number of hours per semester

15 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer PhD Eng. B.Dybek, Department of Process Engineering tel.: 774006328, email: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites basic knowledge of ecology, connections between environment and human activity 13. Objectives of the course Assimilation of chosen information in scope of environment threats, and possibilities of environmental protection in many areas of human activity. 14. Teaching program  environment monitoring – aims and scope  Technologies of industry without pollutions 15. Assessment methods seminar: active participation under the seminar, essay (8 pages) or oral presentation of set task, 16. Recomended reading Swanson T., Johnson S. Global environmental problems and international agreements. The economics institution building, Edward Elgar, 1999 New tools for environmental protection: education, information and voluntary measures (online free http://www.nap.edu/catalog);

1. Course title

Design Work – Installation for Solution Production 2. Course Code M061

9.

3. Form of class project 5. Semester V and above 7. Level of class intermediate 9. Number of hours per semester 30

4. Type of course Compulsory 6. ECTS credits 6 8. Number of hours per week 2 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecture Małgorzata Płaczek PhD Eng., email: [email protected] Department of Chemical and Process Engineering 12. Prerequisites Fundamentals of mathematics and Process Engineering 13. Objectives of the course The goal of this course is to give the students insight into the methodology that is used in process plant design and the various phases the work goes through. The aim of this course is to expose students to general engineering design work of special kinds of industrial installation related to calculation of fluid flows, the selection of different elements of apparatuses equipment (piping and instrumentation) and finally preparation of engineering drawing of designed installation 14. Teaching program  Determination of the medium proprieties (liquids, mixtures)  Calculation and selection of pipes diameter as installation elements,  Selection of mixer (selection of geometry and material, calculation of power demand for mixing)  Selection of equipment to the installation (flange to pipes, bottoms to the tank, support to installation elements)  Calculation of volume of liquid tanks,  Calculation of frictional, local, hydrostatic and finally total pressure drop, power and selection of pump  Realization of drawing of designed installation 15. Assessment methods project: individual consultations, active participation under the project, written report including process calculation, engineering drawing of designed installation 16. Recomended reading Materials and tables prepared by lecturer Handbook of Multiphase Systems / Schriftl. Gad Hetsroni. - New York : McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1982. - XX, 1503 s. Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering, Warren Lee McCabe, Julian Cleveland Smith, International Student Edition. - 3 ed. – Tokyo, McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, 1976. - VIII, [1], 1028 s

1. Course title

Electrical Engineering and Electronics 2. Course Code M057 4. Type of course (typ przedmiotu:

3. Form of class laboratory/seminar

5. Semester (semestr)

compulsory/elective/ optional)

9.

6. ECTS credits 5 8. Number of hours per week 2 10. Language of instrucion English, German

7. Level of class basic 9. Number of hours per semester 30

11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Mariusz Rząsa [email protected] +48-77-4006370; +48602345162 12. Prerequisites Elementary knowledge on electrical engineering and electronics 13. Objectives of the course Presentation of basic notions, elements and systems applied in electrical engineering and electronics, skill in recognition of typical connection systems, making simple electric systems.

14. Teaching program Measurements of basic electric quantities and determination of measurement uncertainty. Students learn principles of operation and service of basic devices for electric measurements. Determination of frequency characteristics of typical circuits for alternating currents including RC LC and RL, determination of resonance frequency of LC. Start of simple control systems including relays. Students learn how to read simple electric schemes and how to connect electric circuits. Investigations on rectifier systems – connection of typical rectifier systems and tests of their action and measurements in characteristic points of electronic circuits. 15. Assessment methods Active work of the students on the topics of the classes. Points for the students activity during the classes. Laboratory classes for small groups of people allow to obtain better results of teaching. 16. Recomended reading To be provided by the teacher 1. Course title

Computer Measurement Systems 2. Course Code M058 4. Type of course (typ przedmiotu:

3. Form of class laboratory/seminar

5. Semester (semestr)

compulsory/elective/ optional)

9.

6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 30 2 10. Language of instrucion English, German 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Mariusz Rząsa [email protected] +48-77-4006370; +48602345162 12. Prerequisites Elementary knowledge on measurements and use of computer devices 13. Objectives of the course Presentation of the basic notions and elements of the computer measuring systems. Typical DAQ and SCDA systems. Typical programming environments of computer measuring systems.

14. Teaching program Acquiring and acquisition of data using measuring cards DAQ. Simple handling of data, spectral analysis FFT, program calibration of sensors. Designing and programming of virtual measuring devices. Programming of simple-programmable devices PLC and configuration of cooperation of these devices with the system of visualization and measurement. Computer algorithms of data processing and their application in measuring systems. 15. Assessment methods Points for the students’ activity during classes. The laboratory classes for small groups of people should help the students in being experienced in proper application of the devices for electric measurements. Active work of the students during the classes. 16. Recomended reading To be provided by the teacher

1. Course title

Mechanical Engineering 2. Course Code M059 4. Type of course (typ przedmiotu:

3. Form of class laboratory

5. Semester (semestr)

compulsory/elective/ optional)

6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 4 basic 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 30 2 10. Language of instrucion English, German 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Mariusz Rząsa [email protected] +48-77-4006370; +48602345162 12. Prerequisites Elementary knowledge on measurements and engineering experiments 13. Objectives of the course Presentation of the basic subject of experimentation. Typical error analysis. Use the typical instrument and system design. 14. Teaching program Acquiring and acquisition of data using measuring cards DAQ. The nature of engineering experiments. Errors of measurement. Typical instrument and system design. Test data checking and rejection and Statistical data analysis. Graphical presentation of data results. 15. Assessment methods Points for the students’ activity during classes. The laboratory classes for small groups of people should help the students in being experienced in proper application of the devices for electric measurements. Active work of the students during the classes. 16. Recomended reading To be provided by the teacher 1. Course title

Environmental Management 2. Course Code M052b 4. Type of course Compulsory 6. ECTS credits 3 8. Number of hours per week 2

3. Form of class Lecture 5. Semester V 7. Level of class Basic 9. Number of hours per semester 30

10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Iwona Kłosok-Bazan, email: [email protected] 12. Prerequisites None 13. Objectives of the course Prepare students to plan, implement and control all facets of environmental management. Focus of the knowledge and skills student can be environmental manager in enterprise. 14. Teaching program Introduction to environmental management problems; environmental management system – general guidelines on principles, systems and support environmental management system elements; overview of environmental aspects; identifying i determining significant environmental aspects; environmental policy; implementation and operation of environmental management system

15. Assessment methods Written test, oral assessment 16. Recomended reading Norm ISO 14001, Norm ISO 14031 17. Additional information Lecture: powerpoint presentation and discussion

1. Course title

Mechanics Elements and Machines Design 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M066 seminar 4. Type of course 5. Semester optional 3/4 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class (poziom przedmiotu: basic/ intermediate/advanced) 5 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 3 45 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda [email protected] 12. Prerequisites information to be provided by the lecturer 13. Objectives of the course information to be provided by the lecturer 14. Teaching program Mechanics of elements. Theory of machines – some chosen problems. Machines’ design. Fundamentals of structure theory. Fundamentals of fatigue strength and fatigue calculations. Elements of tribology. Joints. Pipelines and valves. Flexible elements. Shafts and axles. Couplings. Brakes. Mechanical transmissions. Operation and reliability of machine and devices. Algorithms of designing. Fundamentals of optimization. Simulation of mechanical systems in machine building – digital simulation. Engineering data bases. Advanced methods of computer-aided designing (CAD). 15. Assessment methods project 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer 1. Course title

Mechanics Elements and Machines Design 2. Course Code M063 4. Type of course optional 6. ECTS credits 3

3. Form of class seminar 5. Semester 4/5 7. Level of class (poziom przedmiotu: basic/

8. Number of hours per week

9. Number of hours per semester

intermediate/advanced)

2 30 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Mechanics. Information to be provided by the lecturer

13. Objectives of the course information to be provided by the lecturer 14. Teaching program Mechanics of elements. Theory of machines Machines design. Cinematic of materials poin. Elements of tribology. Algorithms of designing. Fundamentals of optimization. Simulation of mechanical systems in machine building. 15. Assessment methods project 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer

1. Course title

Design Work – Individual Report 2. Course Code 3. Form of class M061 project 4. Type of course 5. Semester optional 5/6 6. ECTS credits 7. Level of class 6 advanced 8. Number of hours per week 9. Number of hours per semester 4 60 10. Language of instrucion English 11. Name and contact information of the lecturer Tadeusz Łagoda [email protected] 12. Prerequisites Strength of material, Basic of design/Building structure 13. Objectives of the course Project of same engineering constructions 14. Teaching program Project of same engineering constructions. It will be mechanical or building construction. 15. Assessment methods project 16. Recomended reading information to be provided by the lecturer

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